8 episodes

This is a podcast series on the power and purpose of the mind and how it can be maximized. It explains the relationship between the human thoughts and the human life with emphasis on how we can redirect our life experiences using the power of our mind.

The rudder & the ship Chef Henitz

    • Health & Fitness

This is a podcast series on the power and purpose of the mind and how it can be maximized. It explains the relationship between the human thoughts and the human life with emphasis on how we can redirect our life experiences using the power of our mind.

    Righteosness consciousness an antidote to selfdoubt & insecurity

    Righteosness consciousness an antidote to selfdoubt & insecurity

    It takes seeing right to act right. You are who you are not what you do. You are not your mistake stop judging all you can be by your perceived inadequacy, you are enough, always.

    • 16 min
    Brokenbutstillcolor Ep1: Learning Rest

    Brokenbutstillcolor Ep1: Learning Rest

    Rest can be a form of vulnerability, in this episode I talked about rest as a tool in life and in God. I also shared some of my experiences and where I am now😊.

    • 22 min
    Brokenbutstillcolor: Intro...

    Brokenbutstillcolor: Intro...

    A vulnerability series: let's journey together to healing and wholeness.

    • 7 min
    Your originality

    Your originality

    This episode is about accepting and appreciating our differences, it’s the beauty of creation.

    • 11 min
    The fable called fear

    The fable called fear

    This episode is on the subject of fear, the source of fear and how to deconstruct your fears and live your best life😁.

    • 12 min
    I have a goal, what’s next?

    I have a goal, what’s next?

    The discussion in this episode centers around the need to constantly optimize our mind to the level of our new target/goal/desire . There is a need to tune the frequency of mind from where it used to be to the frequency of the new goal so as to accommodate the pecks of the new goal.

    • 20 min