Inside Personal Growth with Greg Voisen · Podcast 837: The Dragon Master Creatrix with Dr. Alison Kay If you have ever wondered about how working
Woman’s advocate and specialists Leslie Peter’s RN has a very interesting perspective on the topic of “Adverse Childhood Experiences”. Here experience is a direct result of being the victim from childhood abuse from her father as a child, as well as counseling thousands of women who have been the victims of childhood abuse.
Leslie has worked with women in impoverished communities as an registered nurse in a hospital, and as she would question these women upon admission to the hospital she heard and saw first hand how much of a problem “Adverse Childhood Experiences” were affecting these women from being able to extract themselves from poverty. The condition also has adverse effects on their mental and physical health as well as a very challenging problem to deal with. It is difficult at best for these women to shift their psychological mindset so that they can extract themselves from being stuck in this insidious cycle.
I took this opportunity to have a very open and frank dialogue about “Adverse Childhood Experiences” If you have been a victim of Adverse Childhood Experiences then I would recommend that you listen to my interview with one of the foremost experts in the field. If you would like to learn more you might want to click here to be directed to as study commissioned by Kaiser and the CDC.
You can also connect with Leslie Peter’s RN by clicking here to be directed to her website, or you can click here to be directed to her Linkedin page.
I hope you enjoy this very interesting podcast with Leslie.
This is not just another interview with an author about meditation. Alka Dhillon has a very interesting personal story with purpose and meaning behind her book “The OM Factor”
Our body is constantly speaking to us, the big question is are we listening? In my recent interview with Jeannine Weist we discuss her new
We all face the ultimate situation of grieving at one point or another in our lives, it is just part of life. My interview with author and founder of a non-profit for women who are dealing with widowhood and grief Carole Brody Fleet really sheds new light on a topic that frequently is swept under the rug or not discussed.
Her new book entitled “Happily Even After” which is a compilation of questions and answers asked by the women in her community and all of the issues they are faced puts widowhood into perspective. Obviously the sudden death or protracted illness of a spouse or significant other has lots of emotional challenges associated with it. One of the important aspects that Carole bring out in the book is that widowhood does not need to define you as a person. You will in your own time move on from the grieving process to one day build a new life for yourself. It does not however mean that you must place all of the memories into the far reaches of your mind. Cherish time and embrace the wonderful life you once had with that special person, but don’t let it define who you are.
Carole’s book is full of engaging and interesting stories and questions from women from all over the world who have written in to Carole asking for advice. This guidebook as she calls it is designed to provide gentle guidance, support and help for the reader trying to come to grips with their loss. Anyone dealing with the loss of a loved one or the potential loss will want to read this book and understand how to better cope and live “Happily Even After.”.
If you want to learn more about Carole’s foundation that supports widows you can click here to be directed to her website. You can also watch a very compelling YouTube video presentation entitled “Turning Hurt Into Hope” by clicking here.
I hope you enjoy this wonderful interview with author Carole Brody Fleet.
In my interview with author Liz Langley about her recently released book entitled ” Crazy Little Thing, Why Love and Sex Drive Us Mad“, Liz
It was a pleasure interviewing Dr. Ann Marie Chiasson recently about her new Sounds True program entitled “Energy Healing for Beginners“. I thoroughly enjoyed about my interview with Ann Marie and was especially touched by the sincere way that she approaches “energy healing”. You can intuit from the beginning of our interview that she is authentic and really passionate about her work.
Her course which consists of 5 CD’s, DVD, 25 reference cards and a 107 page workbook is designed to teach you how to use movement, awareness, breath, and your hands to sense and shift energy in your body for specific results. Ann Marie presents practices based on energy techniques that she learned from healers and teachers of energy medicine over the last eighteen years, and from a deeply personal exploration of her body as a patient, healer, and physician.
Energy medicine as Ann Marie describes in the workbook is based on the concept that ” in addition to a system of physical and chemical processes, the human being is made up of a complex system of energy.” This underlying energy field, also called the subtle body, is housed within the physical body and extends beyond it. She uses the analogy of a garden, where the health of the soil effect how a plant grows and flowers. If the soil is nutrient depleted, the plant grows poorly. Likewise, if the energy body is not balanced and the energy does not flow or move in it natural state the physical body is affected and can begin to function improperly.
Ann Marie provides the reader, listener and viewer of her program with wonderful instructions on how to learn and practice energy work on their own. Her series of CD’s, DVD, and instructional workbook are a wonderful way to start down a path and explore techniques to heal and support harmony and balance in your body. During our interview together she explored and tested with me a couple of techniques that I was not aware of–they were amazing in moving my blocked energy.
I highly recommend that you listen too, read and practice with Ann Marie and her new series ” Energy Healing for Beginners. Enjoy my interview with a wonderful healer and beautiful soul, Dr. Ann Marie Chiasson.
If you would like more information on Dr. Chiasson just click here to be directed to her website.
I personally have been working with author and coach Heidi Hanna PhD over the last three months. Her new book entitled “SHARP: Simple Strategies to Boost Your Brainpower” is a must read for all my listeners. If you have ever wondered what are some of the things that you could be doing to assist you in having more energy, improve your focus and mental clarity then Heidi new book is the place to start.
We are all leading very busy lives, with more stimulation coming at us from every direction..cell phones, emails, instant “ON” almost all the time. Do you ever wonder what all of this is doing to our brains? Are you beginning to forget or you memory doesn’t seem as SHARP. Heidi speaks about these problems and provides practical advice on dealing with these issues.
In her book “SHARP: Simple Strategies to Boost Your Brainpower” readers will: 1) Understand how the demands on your time and energy impact your mental capacity, and learn critical components of brain health that provide a foundation for improved cognitive functioning. 2) How to utilize the power of brain training to stimulate mental energy with exercises that improve learning in areas that have the most impact on performance. 3) How to create an actionable plan for implementing a sustainable brain health training program that can be applied to your everyday life.
Our constant state of busyness has created a chronic level of stress on our brain–so toxic, in fact that experts believe more than 75% of medical visits are stress related. Heidi states that honestly most of us are too busy to notice, and will not realize the devastating impact of stress on our lives until it takes a serious toll on our health, happiness and performance. Stress is literally making us sicker.
In Heidi’s new book “SHARP: Simple Strategies to Boost Your Brainpower” you will be guided and coached on the proper steps to take to reduce stress, eat healthier and techniques to improve your brains function. I don’t know about you but my brain is of utmost importance to the proper functioning of my job, and I believe that this is the case with almost all workers in society today. But just how often do you think about the fitness of your brain—you take it for granted don’t you? If you listen to, and read what Heidi has been teaching and coaching top executives for years you will really alter many of your current habits that are effecting the functioning of your brain.
If you would like more information about author Heidi Hanna and her new book please click here to be directed to her website. If you would like to watch a short introduction video, just click here to be directed to her book’s promotional video. Enjoy this wonderful interview with Heidi Hanna PhD author of “SHARP: Simple Strategies to Boost Your Brainpower“.
Can one really have complete happiness and bliss in their life almost all of the time.? Well according to author Evelyn Brook it is possible. I interview Evelyn about her new book entitled “Get Happy Today“. In our interview together we discuss the characteristics of what makes a person happy.
Happiness is not a matter of chance but rather a deliberate decision combined with the right action taken every day. It is truly an inside job, and something that can be cultivated-I love this quote from Evelyn’s book by Abraham Lincoln “Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” Isn’t that the truth!!
One truly great bit of advice that is so important, is letting go of desired results. When you already have your mind set on a specific outcome, you are living in the future. And if you are dissatisfied with the present, you probably spend a lot of energy telling yourself things such as, “I can’t bear this! I cannot stand another minute of this!”
If you want paradise on Earth, then decide to have an attitude of happiness-it’s an inside job.
Clarify your purposes in life and avoid feeling discouraged by seeming failures. These are lessons for you to learn.
Deal with your stress overload so it doesn’t bog you down.
Let go of your desired outcomes and the results you are hoping for. Eliminate wishful thinking. Concentrate on doing the necessary work in front of you to the best of your ability.
Focus on today and this moment in time. Leave the past alone, and stop worrying about the future. You’ll be able to handle your life much more easily when you are mentally grounded in the present.
If you are seeking happiness, and would like to clarify your intentions about having a life filled with bliss and happiness then choose happiness over worry, doubt, fear and frustration.
I hope you enjoy this great interview with author Evelyn Brooks, and please visit her Facebook page by clicking here.