Our goal is to focus on the good in the world thru a podcast that inspires, rewires and educates. Join us for conversations with innovative change makers.
“Anchoring Humanity in Compassionate Conversation”- Keith and Rodney from More in Common Podcast
It’s been super tough for all of us. As always I will be 100 percent honest with you. It’s been a long time since I released a podcast because it’s been really hard for me to focus on the GOOD.
The political climate along with COVID has been like nothing we have ever experienced before. It has been a soul searching and soul stressing time.
I also have been dealing with a bunch of random other stuff that has been super challenging. I will share more with you about that in future podcasts.
Today I woke up and felt very sad about it all. The deep sadness pushed me to move back to one of the things that healed me before.
I turned on this podcast that I recorded with Keith and Rodney (from the More in Common Podcast) months ago. It brightened my day and brought me back to that place that inspired me to start podcasting about the GOOD.
This is such a prevalent and powerful discussion about how to discuss important but tough topics in a place of compassion and respect. It brightened my day and increased the tools in my tool box to be better prepared for those harder conversations while anchoring in compassion and humanity. I hope it brightens your day and better prepares you too!
So much love and gratitude to you for being here!
Sound Heals: Rafaele Joudry
I love Sound Therapy International and what their sound therapy tools it did to heal my ears and nervous system so much that I had to share the power of it with all of you!
Join me as I have a conversation with one of the founders of Sound Therapy International, Rafaele Joudry. We talk about what brought me to Sound therapy, the science behind it, healing stories and all the benefits it offers beyond ear health.
Ironically the sound quality on this one is not the best and I apologize for that! It’s such great info I had to release it anyway.
Welcome to the future of Medicine.
'Healing the Emotions'- Clair Hager
Join us in a Qigong Meditation as Clair Hager guides us thru the Healing the Emotions practice, as instructed by Ken Cohen and is printed in his book: The Way of Qigong.
Clair suggests you try to get in nine breath cycles for each part of the meditation. (Please do not be concerned if you can't do this.) I have noticed nine seems to be an important number in Qigong so now I often chant my mantra's in sets of three or nine.This meditation practice heals you and the generations before and after you. It creates ripples of goodness throughout your body that radiates to the rest of the planet. I hope it brings you to a place of peace.
I will release my conversation with Clair Hager next weekend. So stay tuned!
A Pill Free Solution for Chronic Pain: John Gribbin
I’m always trying to grow my knowledge about brain plasticity so, when someone told me about Curable I had to try it. I was blown away with the Curable app because it personalized my experience, creating a very user friendly way to help retrain my brain.
The app is so impressive I invited Curable Co Founder and CEO John Gribbin on the podcast so that he could share his story and the birth story of Curable, along with some of the cutting edge science that Curable was built upon.
If you or someone you know is dealing with chronic pain I hope this podcast helps jump start a journey of leaving pain behind and getting back to living life!
The Gift of Impermanence: Elaine Huang
You know what’s cool? When I listen to my own podcast and it completely lifts me out of a funk! Elaine Huang is the spiritual teacher and owner of Embodiment of Freedom. As a spiritual teacher, Elaine provides spiritually-based intuitive guidance to individuals and leads illuminating meditation intensives for groups. Elaine is so good at what she does peace radiates out of this interview right to the listener.
We talk about how Elaine found God's Peace in the wind. Elaine tells us about how meditation lifted her out of a sadness she had experienced for a long time. Then, we talk about intuition and the gift of impermanence.
After the podcast Elaine guides us on a powerful and relaxing meditation. If you're driving please pause the podcast at that point and finish the meditation at home.
Thank you Elaine for helping us welcome in this new year with such grace and peace.
'Bullied Not Broken': Nate Neustadt
Nate Neustadt wanted to do something different for his bar mitzvah project. He decided to write a book for kids like himself who are victims of bullying. Nate donates the proceeds to an organization devoted to supporting the mental and emotional wellness of young people.
Nate’s articulation and conviction to help other people rise above bullying will inspire and captivate you. This podcast is for the entire family so please have your kids listen too!
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Great variety and authenticity
The diversity of goodness in the world is inspiring and interesting! Thanks for focusing on all of the beauty around us.
I love this. There is just not enough good in the world, but you are fixing that one episode at a time. Sounds just like a morning radio show. Thank you for the inspiration and reminding us that there is "perfection in imperfection"!
Love all the good!
Started listening a few weeks back and love all the variety of good! Being a sign painter- I particularly enjoyed the message of the mural mice- sqeak up! I love public art. Keep up the good Theresa g!