In this episode, Seane Corn and I discuss:
– How yoga can be a spiritual gift
– Why its time to be in relationship with our emotions rather than suppress them
– How to embody spiritual activism and step into your own voice
– How to be a better observer of old habits and beliefs and shift them
– What the greatest gift yoga has offered her
– The importance of having an interdependent mindset
Meet Seane Corn
In this episode, you will learn about:
– What Conscious Parenting is and why it may be different from how you were parented
– How to be more conscious with your children
– Why its important to look inward and self reflect
– What to do in the moment when your child is having a tantrum
– How to deepen your connection with your children (and yourself)
– How self awareness can serve your children
– And so much more!
Meet Sandra Fazio
After consciously leaving the corporate world in 2012 when her daughter turned one, Sandra Fazio began letting go of all she thought she needed “to do” and gave permission to the Universe to “let be” what was meant for her life.
Sandra is a Parent / Life Coach, Author and Founder of The Conscious Parent Blog. Her offering is to expand and deepen the conversations around conscious parenting for all parents and parent-type figures, to raise our collective self-awareness and to make this world better for our children to live and lead for generations to come.
Sandra Fazio’s Links
- – NOTE: this will SOON be changing to www.sandrafazio.com (launch date TBD)
- The Diaries of a Conscious Parent: One Mother’s Journey To Raising Herself Through Her Daughter’s Essence
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In this episode, Philip McKernan addresses:
- The difference between a talent and a gift.
- The costs of not regularly giving ourselves permission for time to do nothing.
- Why happiness is the byproduct of meaning.
- Letting go of our attachments in order to create space.
- How to leverage a painful experience.
- The danger of giving too much of your identity to external outcomes
- Developing the courage to stay true to your message
- And a whole lot more…
Meet Philip McKernan
In this episode, Steve Taylor teaches about:
– The connection between psychology and spirituality.
– What the ego is and how it is connected to identity.
– What does spiritual awakening mean.
– Why purpose is important.
– How we can connect with our higher self more often.
– How to live more in the present moment.
– And so much more!
Meet Steve Taylor
Steve Taylor is the author of several best-selling books on psychology and spirituality, including The Fall and The Calm Center. For the last four years he has been included in Mind, Body, Spirit magazine’s list of the ‘100 most spiritually influential living people.’ His latest book is The Leap: The Psychology of Spiritual Awakening, published as an Eckhart Tolle Edition. Steve is also a senior lecturer in psychology at Leeds Beckett University, UK.
In this episode, Benjamin Shalva and I discuss:
– How and why ambition can be addicting.
– The technique of breath, word and deed and how it can help.
– How to get out of the “any day now” practice.
– That the road to hell is not paved with good intentions, it’s paved with unexamined intentions and what this means.
– How mindfulness can actually bring to us what we are really looking for and so much more!
Meet Benjamin Shalva
As a rabbi, writer, meditation teacher and yoga instructor, Benjamin Shalva leads seminars and workshops around the world. He serves on the faculty of the Jewish Mindfulness Center of Washington. His writings have been published in the Washington Post, Spirituality & Health magazine as well as the Elephant Journal.
Benjamin Shalva’s Links
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- How the hardwiring of our brains affect us and how we learn from a neurological perspective.
- Why we are biased toward thinking negatively.
- How to rewire our brains so that we can turn our passing experiences into lasting, useful change inside our brains.
- Why having good experiences often in our relationships is so important in order to keep them healthy.
- How to cultivate inner strengths such as love, joy, confidence so they become our default experiences.
Meet Rick Hanson
If you could relive your camp days when you were a kid, would you? Would you do anything differently? Well… Here’s your chance! In this episode you’ll meet the founders of Soul Camp – a sleepaway camp for adults interested in expanding their soul and getting back to being a kid!
Before they were successful entrepreneurs Alison Leipzig and Michelle Goldblum went to the same sleepaway camp as kids. Now they’re joining forces with the leaders of the personal development and wellness world to create a unique, fun filled camp for adults to get back to colour wars, crafts and new lifelong friends. But this isn’t your typical yoga retreat or a self help seminar.
Meet Michelle Goldblum & Alison Leipzig
Soul Camp co-founders Michelle Goldblum and Alison Leipzig united to bring all of the things they loved together to create a completely transformative experience for both themselves and their communities. Going to sleepaway camp together as children, and now, both entrepreneurs in the health & wellness space, they saw that there lacked large-scale community experiences that were not only deep and healing, but fun and playful as well. They believe in the power of joy to change the world. And it happens, one camper at a time.
Soul Camp’s Links
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Dr. Bruce Lipton is a renowned biologist with a revolutionary view on genetics and consciousness. In this interview he shares what the latest research is showing us about our cells and identity; he offers vast insight into the conscious mind, unconscious mind and subconscious programming and shares his perspective on how we can indeed create Heaven on Earth.
In our discussion, we bring up topics around the biology of belief and the fact that 95% of our day is run by subconscious programming of our past. Dr. Lipton also shows us how we can change this programming and not fall victims to our genetics; he shows us how we can change our beliefs and perceptions and as a result change our health.
Meet Dr. Bruce Lipton
Bruce H. Lipton, scientist and lecturer, received his Ph.D. at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville (1971). He served as an Associate Professor of Anatomy at the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine. Lipton’s research on mechanisms controlling cell behaviour employed cloned human stem cells. In addition, he lectured in Cell Biology, Histology and Embryology.
Bruce resigned his tenured position to pursue independent research integrating quantum physics with cell biology. His breakthrough studies on the cell membrane, the “skin” of the cell, revealed that the behaviour and health of the cell was controlled by the environment, findings that were in direct contrast with prevailing dogma that life is controlled by genes.
Lipton returned to academia as a Research Fellow at Stanford University’s School of Medicine to test his hypotheses (1987-1992). His ideas concerning environmental control were substantiated in two major scientific publications. The new research revealed the biochemical pathways connecting the mind and body and provided insight into the molecular basis of consciousness and the future of human evolution.
Bruce has taken his award-winning medical school lectures to the public and is currently a popular keynote speaker and workshop presenter on topics of conscious parenting and the science of complementary medicine.
Dr. Bruce Lipton’s Links
- The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles
- The Honeymoon Effect: The Science of Creating Heaven on Earth
- Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future and a Way to Get There From Here
Ever wonder how someone can be given everything in life yet still be miserable? What about those who are given nothing, yet live as though they have everything? Dr. Maria Sirois explains how resilience and how perceptions of a given situation plays a critical role in our over fulfillment of life. She shows us how we can develop resilience so we too can see the world through the lens of having everything even if we don’t.
Meet Dr. Maria Sirois
Dr. Maria Sirois is a psychologist and seminar leader who teaches internationally in the intersection of resilience and flourishing. Known for her wisdom, authenticity and rampant humour, she brings invigorating practices and perspectives to corporate and non-profit audiences alike. Sirois is the author of A Short Course in Happiness After Loss (And Other Dark, Difficult Times) and Every Day Counts. A master teacher, Sirois has been called an orator of great power and beauty. With Tal Ben-Shahar, she co-leads a year-long certificate program in positive psychology for executives, educators, entrepreneurs, counsellors and the general public.
Dr. Maria Sirois’s Links & Resources
- A Short Course in Happiness After Loss (And Other Dark, Difficult Times)
- Every Day Counts: Lessons in Love, Faith, and Resilience From Children Facing Illness