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The tabloids and media platforms of our modern society have been inundated with words like “toxic masculinity” and “patriarchy,” almost always pointing out the detriments of the collective masculine without any sort of an inkling of a healthy solution. It goes without saying that we have all witnessed the bearings of a man who is lost unto himself - isolated, abusive, violent, withdrawn, and in a great deal of pain. It isn’t just men who experience this sense of overwhelming disconnect from themselves; it has become a very common ailment in our day and age. As it becomes more and more about what is “fast” and “easy” and less about what is true, difficult, and right, more human beings are feeling beset by their very own programming and conditioning. This is particularly true for men—young and old—who are operating out of the same programs their fathers and grandfathers passed down to them. But where does this behavior come from? Why do so many subscribe to such an archaic form of humanship? IS THERE ANOTHER WAY?
During this episode, I interview Dylan Hunter Olson, Authentic Brotherhood Founder, transformational coach, and musical artist known as Lover.
As a transformational men’s coach, he is passionate about empowering men with the tools and techniques to allow their fictitious selves to dissolve and their authentic selves to shine forth.
Listen in on this show if you’d like to find out:
What Authentic Brotherhood is about and how you can get involved Why Radical Authenticity and Radical Self-Honesty are important and how they will transform your life How to be an alchemist in your own life and transmute suffering into love Tools and techniques to override your conditioning and programming and become the hero in your life story
Rencontrez le groupe des chroniqueurs du Magazine Numérique du Yoga (aussi imprimé) - http://Satoshi.Yoga
Basé sur la série d'articles des 9 obstacles du yoga, écries par Véronique Pierre, notre podcast qui sera animée par cette dernière, sera autour du thème de "Samsaya", cette période de doute qu'on rencontre tous à un moment de notre cheminement. Joignez Joelle-Anne Pratt (France), Marie-Françoise Mariette (Citoyenne Internationale) Baudoin Legrand (Belgique), Marco Ricci (Italie) et Véronique Pierre
Sur YP, voici l'annonce
Pour l'horaire dans votre coin du monde: consultez ce calendrier
Cette émission est animée par Véronique Pierre et la ligne de tchat sera ouverte pour les auditeur-trice-s qui souhaitent demander une question ou émettre un commentaire.
Today Lori La Bey talks with Pam Ostrowski who is an Alzheimer’s family consultant, speaker, and Author of the book It’s Not That Simple – Helping Families Navigate the Alzheimer’s Journey. Listen in and get some guidance and tips from Pam.
Call in and join the conversation at: 323-870-4602
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Alzheimer's Speaks Radio - Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sounds news, not just sound bites since 2011.
We're talking about diabetes wellness with music from Jessye Norman.
Divabetic's Diabetes Late Nite podcast guests include Patricia Addie-Gentle RN, CDE, Mandy Reece PharmD CDCES, BC-ADM, BCACP, FADCES, Maximize Your Metabolism Authors Dr. Noel Maclaren and Sunita Singh Maclaren, and Know Diabetes By Heart Ambassador, Sarah.
Throughout the podcast we will be featuring music from Jessye Norman's Roots: My Life, My Song (Live at The Philharmonie Berlin) album courtesy of SONY Music.
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Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed bya 30 minute interview with her guest, Nina Manolson.
Nina Manolson M.A. NBC-HWC is a Body-Peace® coach. She helps women end the war with food and body and finally feel truly at home in their body. Really at home. The kind of at home where you can run around naked and not worry about what is "good enough" or what others will think. The kind of good that allows you to feel ultimate freedom and body-peace. Nina is also a Certified Psychology of Eating Teacher, Nationally Board Certified Holistic Health Coach and Certified Body-Trust Guide. She helps her clients move past the deprivation-diet paradigm and into a compassionate and powerful way of eating & living which creates deep, long-lasting change in and with their bodies.
Nina works with individuals, groups and writes body-poems – all in service of helping women create a respectful and nourishing relationship with their body. Learn more at: NinaManolson.com
Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be joined by Chiquita Harris. Born and raised in the Chi (Chicago), Chiquita developed a passion for fitness back in 2016 and hasn't looked back since. Chiquita is a former 3 sport athlete: Cross Country, Track & Field, and Basketball. During her high school years, Chiquita was a star athlete in track & field and was so good, that during her freshman year, her coach noticed how fast she was running during practice and decided to let her compete in the varsity relay race, in which her team placed first. She remained on varsity for the remainder of her high school years. During her junior year, her coach came to her and offered her a full 4 year scholarship, for any college of her choosing, but due to occurrences in her personal life, she kindly declined.
Chiquita grew up in a 2 parent home with a loving mother who was a career beautician and a woman of God for 40 years now and a loving father who showed the definition of dedication, as he dedicated 30 years of his life to his career and is now retired. With 3 sisters and 2 brothers, Chiquita is from a big family and a devoted Christian.
Chiquita is now a personal trainer (with clients) and is looking to start her own gym in the Chicago area. She already has the blueprint of how she wants her gym to be set up and she is locked in and ready to make it happen, as she has been campaigning to get her vision off the ground.
If you look at the pictures we've included in the slideshow, you'll see that Ms. Harris is about business! That said, you can find her on Facebook live, discussing not only fitness and promoting her upcoming business, but discussing everyday life stuff as well. Likeable, relatable and professional, this is a woman who is deserving of her dream becoming a reality.
Call In # 563-999-3434
Chiquita's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lala.paris.39
Jennifer is the Founder & CEO of entertainment news platform, Press Pass LA. She also launched PPLA Social + PR to provide clients with services in public relations, social media, branding, digital marketing and experiential events. Jennifer has over 17 years of experience in the entertainment and communications industry. Her career spans work in TV and film development & production, talent management and senior positions at top PR and creative agencies including Jones Social PR and Rogers and Cowan. She has worked with both consumer and B2B clients in entertainment, lifestyle, healthcare, politics, and technology. PPLA offers the combined knowledge of traditional public relations, digital media, content creation and branding under one roof. At her core, Jennifer is a storyteller and seeks clients whose stories resonate with her. https://www.presspassla.com/
episode brought to you by Integrated Brain Centers
Got ADHD? Have the mindset that you can overcome it? That you can fix yourself? Are you focusing on what you think you should do but are stuck? In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, ADHD coach Jeff Copper (www.digcoaching.com) talks with Dr. Ari Tuckman (www.adultadhdbook.com) around the need to accept ADHD, to understand it is what it is. They talk about managing yourself to understand who you are and then to design what actually works for you versus fighting your ADHD and struggling to live as if ADHD isn't an issue. If you are stuck or are struggling tune in to this insightful show.
Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.
Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to www.digcoaching.com.
In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom talks with Penny George and Dan Hindsley, based in Fife, Scotland and Lancashire, England, respectively. Penny shares her story of battling and overcoming Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Dan talks about his struggle with and recovery from severe sciatica and back pain for over a decade. They met (virtually) in mid-2020 after both participating in online recovery interviews with Georgie Oldfield and have joined forces to raise awareness of the mind-body approach to health among medical practitioners in the UK.
Penny George is based in Fife, Scotland and became ill with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in 2017 during a particularly stressful period in her life, including the loss of two friends to suicide, and a highly toxic work environment. She was told about the work of Dr Sarno by a Buddhist nun, and experienced an overnight 'book recovery' after reading the first half of the Divided Mind in August 2019.
Dan Hindsley is based in Lancashire, England, and was diagnosed with degenerative disc disease in his 20s following an MRI scan. He was sent away to 'manage' the pain and suffered with severe sciatica and back pain for over a decade before discovering the work of Dr Sarno where he made the link between the pain and repressed grief. Following the methods described in Georgie Oldfield's book Chronic Pain: Your Key to Recovery, he made a full recovery which culminated in him completing an Ironman 70.3 Triathlon in 2019, after years of believing he was unable to run.
Second Wednesday of each month, Caren Robinson and Kim will be discussing the state of "dis ease" and stigma attached to Mental Health. That, in and of itself is a broad issue .. Add TBI and things get really tricky. This has been a time as they say "that tries ones soul". Mental Health has taken a beating for kids, adults and everyone in between in this long relentless haul. Between politics, protests, pandemic, and personal challenges coping with the related fallout .. We have been pressed to our limits. Many have refused to seek help because of the stigma many times attached. Others are in need, indeed, but have in no way gotten immediate relief. Tonight we will talk about aspects of mental health and how we can raise awareness, take action, and find some relief.
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers, which takes a good bit of Warrior!
Hosted by Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at inaflash.org & "Like" at facebook.com/inaflash.org - For more on Caren Robinson, see hopetbi.com
Cameron, IL – Jeri Candor believes that breaking her neck was the best thing that ever happened to her. A horseback riding accident transformed her life, and she is now using her experience to empower and inspire change and growth in others.
Jeri survived a broken neck in 2007 when her horse was stung by an insect, whipped around, and threw her off.
During the first 18 months of her rehabilitation, Jeri relied on copious amounts of nerve and pain medications, and she was already facing the reality of their long-term harmful effects.
During her recovery, on a trip to Tibet, Jeri had witnessed the physical, mental, and spiritual power of meditation.
“When I began meditating, it was a game-changer,” observed Jeri.
As a result, Jeri became a certified meditation instructor in 2017, training through the McLean Meditation Institute in Santa Barbara, CA. In 2019, Jeri studied coaching at the Mayo Clinic Wellness Coaching Program in Rochester, MN, and is now a board-certified health and wellness coach, stress response educator, and owner of Jeri Candor Consulting, LLC.
Today, Jeri specializes in coaching clients who suffer from chronic health issues in her private six-week sessions.
“In a culture where a pill is the first option, we can lose sight of the fact that it is not always a long-term solution. We would be healthier in the long run if we practiced daily stress management in a sustainable way,” Jeri says.
Jeri also offers workshops on Stress Response Management. Those seeking a Keynote Speaker, Continuing Education, or Professional Development can contact her for programming options.
For more information on our guest visit www.jericandor.com