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After spending over a decade in Tech Industry and going through my share of burn-out and feeling miserable, I am on a mission to spread Mindfulness and I'd love for you to join me in this movement. The mission of this show is to spread Mindfulness Awareness and my job on this show is to invite world-class experts to extract the practices, routines, and habits to live a fulfilled life.

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After spending over a decade in Tech Industry and going through my share of burn-out and feeling miserable, I am on a mission to spread Mindfulness and I'd love for you to join me in this movement. The mission of this show is to spread Mindfulness Awareness and my job on this show is to invite world-class experts to extract the practices, routines, and habits to live a fulfilled life.

    #166: Nina Paul — Calming Anxiety and Distress, Emotional Freedom Tapping(EFT) technique, Therapy and Healing Modalities, Emotional Resilience Work, and More

    #166: Nina Paul — Calming Anxiety and Distress, Emotional Freedom Tapping(EFT) technique, Therapy and Healing Modalities, Emotional Resilience Work, and More

    Nina Paul is a mindfulness instructor for adults and teens. She has taught workshops in Virginia, led courses for teens in the Fairfax County school system, and is a Lecturer of Mindfulness at the George Washington University in Washington, DC, working with college students, staff, and faculty to incorporate fundamentals of mindfulness into their everyday lives. Nina has received training in Mindfulness through UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center, Mindful Schools, the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction -Teens (MBSR-T) program, and the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine.

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    • 49 min
    #165: Bryan Robinson on Addiction and Workaholism, Internal Family Systems(IFS), Creating Micro-Chill Moments, Why Relationships Fail, Four Quadrants of Work Addiction, and More

    #165: Bryan Robinson on Addiction and Workaholism, Internal Family Systems(IFS), Creating Micro-Chill Moments, Why Relationships Fail, Four Quadrants of Work Addiction, and More

    Bryan E. Robinson is a licensed psychotherapist and author of two novels and 40 nonfiction books. He applies his experiences to crafting insightful nonfiction self-help books and psychological thrillers. His multi-award-winning murder mystery, Limestone Gumption, won the New Apple Book Medal for best psychological suspense. His most recent release is Daily Writing Resilience: 365 Meditations and Inspirations for Writers He has written for Psychology Today, Natural Health. He is a consulting editor for The Big Thrill, the online magazine for International Thriller Writers. His long-selling book, Chained to the Desk, is now in its 3rd Edition (His books have been translated into thirteen languages, and he has appeared on every major television network: Good Morning America, ABC’s World News Tonight, NBC Nightly News, NBC Universal, The CBS Early Show, He hosted the PBS documentary, Overdoing It: How to Slow Down and Take Care of Yourself.

    In this episode, He talks about Work Addiction, Workaholism, Internal Family Systems, Why Relationships Fail, Creating Microchill moments, Offset Job Stress, Four Quadrants of Work Addiction, Work-Life Balance, the sweetness of doing nothing

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    • 52 min
    #164: Deborah Rozman, CEO at HeartMath on Heart Intelligence, Inner Balance, Coherence, Transforming Stress, and More (Repost)

    #164: Deborah Rozman, CEO at HeartMath on Heart Intelligence, Inner Balance, Coherence, Transforming Stress, and More (Repost)

    Deborah Rozman, Ph.D. is a Psychologist; president and CEO of HeartMath Inc. and HeartMath parent company Quantum Intech Inc., which oversees strategic alliances and the expansion of HeartMath technologies internationally. Deborah Rozman is the founding executive director of HeartMath Institute and a key spokesperson for HeartMath and the HeartMath System around the world. Along with helping develop, oversee and conduct HeartMath training programs since its inception in 1991, she has 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur, business executive, educator and author.

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    • 53 min
    #163: Dr. Margaret Rutherford on Perfectly Hidden Depression, Perfectionism, Self-Acceptance, Mindfulness For Shame and Depression, and More (Repost)

    #163: Dr. Margaret Rutherford on Perfectly Hidden Depression, Perfectionism, Self-Acceptance, Mindfulness For Shame and Depression, and More (Repost)

    Dr. Margaret has been a psychologist in private practice for over twenty-five years. She began writing online in 2012 and was just narcissistic enough to believe that she might have something fresh or funny to say about she has learned. She has begun a podcast called The SelfWork Podcast with Dr. Margaret Rutherford.  Her new book, entitled Perfectly Hidden Depression: How to Break Free from the Perfectionism that Masks Your Depression, was launched in November of 2019. She has been researching and writing on this topic for five years, and she's passionate about the message that although depression can be heavily masked by perfectionism, its damage can still be devastating to someone who’s trying so hard to smile their way through growing loneliness and despair.  I’ve written for HuffPost, Psychology Today, The Mighty, Psych Central, The Gottman Blog, Psychologies, StigmaFighters, The Good Men Project.

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    • 1 hr
    #162(repost): Dr. Susan LaCombe — Coping with Trauma, Emotionally Available Therapist, Somatic Models, Connection of Trauma with Nervous System, and Much More

    #162(repost): Dr. Susan LaCombe — Coping with Trauma, Emotionally Available Therapist, Somatic Models, Connection of Trauma with Nervous System, and Much More

    Dr. Susan LaCombe is a closet-rebel psychologist working through her fears, trying to make an imprint on the world for something she believes is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT.  She was once very troubled—her trauma history had caught up to her early two clinical depressions before age 30.  She turned to therapy for an answer. Turned out to be the wrong solution—well for about 14 times Until . . . . . . around her 4th decade on this planet she found the right kind of therapy . . . or was it the right type of therapist? Tricky question. The type of therapy her therapist used was a whole paradigm shift away from the others. It was a trauma-based somatic model. It not only made sense of her life, it suddenly became clear that the mental health field was approaching anxiety and depression with outdated methods. After a thousand clinical hours as a psychotherapist/psychologist and responding to hundreds of questions from people in therapy (on myShrink.com) and seeing needless suffering, she wonders if we’re going about it all wrong.   She believes that if we harness our energies to helping the unborn and later infant child, we’ll have far fewer issues with emotional dysregulation and with that, far lower rates of mental illness, anxiety, depression, and related issues of abandonment, transference, authority issues and the like. She asks if we did that, could we change the trajectory of our trauma pattern as nations. In this episode Dr. Susan talks about 2 types of talk therapy, why do we even therapy, managing emotions and dealing with trauma and its connection with the nervous system, and much more.

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    • 54 min
    #161: Hunter Clarke-Fields on Grounding Relationships, Raising Good Humans, How to Talk about Parenting Responsibilities, Expansion and Contraction, How to Heal Childhood Wounds, and More

    #161: Hunter Clarke-Fields on Grounding Relationships, Raising Good Humans, How to Talk about Parenting Responsibilities, Expansion and Contraction, How to Heal Childhood Wounds, and More

    Hunter Clarke-Fields is a mindfulness mentor, host of the Mindful Mama podcast, creator of the Mindful Parenting course, and author of the book, Raising Good Humans. She helps parents bring more calm into their daily lives and cooperation in their families. Hunter has over twenty years of experience in meditation and yoga practices and has taught mindfulness to thousands worldwide. She is the mother of two active daughters, who challenge her every day to hone her craft! In this episode, Hunter discusses parenting, her own childhood, and upbringing, her relationship with her dad, how to show empathy with children, raising good humans, and much much more. She also mentions how she is inspired by Buddhist monks Thick Nhat Hanh and Dr. Wayne Dyer. Without further ado, please enjoy this wide-ranging conservation.

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    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

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17 Ratings

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Authentic and Impactful

Nishant brings authenticity to podcasting. His simple but impactful inquiry allows the listener to gain all insights intended.

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Great podcast

I love the amazing guests Nishant brings to the podcast. Nishant never ceases to amaze me with his commitment to improving our lives.

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Hidden Gem

This podcast so beautifully illustrates the ways the mindfulness intersects with so many other aspects of our lives. The guests are incredible but most importantly Nishant’s energy is so soothing and magnetic. Excited to keep listening! ☺️✨

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