In this video, Ned Burwell and Al Lauzon talk about consciousness, what it is, how to raise our consciousness and the importance that we do.
By Lisa Burwell https://youtu.be/3Ktuhf2zsQo In this ten minute meditation Lisa will guide you into relaxation and leave you in a place of peace.
In this video I address a couple of key topics that I feel are relevant for the times we are all going through.
https://youtu.be/UsZxHeEG6as I feel this is a relevant topic for today. Change is something that we will be faced with our entire life. How we manage the changes that come into our lives is completely up to us. This Video talks about how change effects our lives and gives some practical tools to effectively manage the … Continue reading Managing Change
By Jen Craig-Evans https://open.spotify.com/episode/3ptYNODx8dLwARKd24YjYl?si=CNazizniRMuuWBKxeiVYHw Thank you to Jen for having me on your show "The Journeys We Take" I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation! By the mid way part of this episode we were able to get into some great dialogue., you gave me the chance to tell some new stories and to talk about some … Continue reading The Journeys We Take Interview
With all that we are going through with Covid 19, Ned Burwell and Seamus Evely offer a message of guidance and hope.
This podcast is packed full of inspiration for the times we are going through. In this hour and a half podcast we talk about my career as a tattoo artist, finding purpose, living our dreams and some of my thoughts on the necessary tools I use to navigate my life.
https://youtu.be/kL4NIv0e57I In this 15 min video I talk about how to change your relationship with your emotions and specifically the emotion of anger.
This guided meditation was designed to help people release trauma and to reclaim their power. I have combined two different healing techniques to assist people in this process.
In this video Devarati offers words of wisdom for the situation we are going through with covid 19. She ends the video with a unique meditation technique that strengthens our Thymus gland.
In this video Nadine Lulu talks about shame and how it effects us. She offers a sample ImTT Therapy for you to experience.
In the video Seamus Evely offer's some sage advice about communicating more effectively with the people around you. As we social distance ourselves from others, we may be feeling like we are over stimulated by our family at this time. We may also be experiencing strong emotions as our stress builds; communication is a powerful tool to have in these times. Giving space and grace for your family may be just as important as the space we are giving to others.
In this video Cassandra Nadalin share's some tools to help people connect with their hearts wisdom. She offers her story about her dark night of her soul and how her experience now is to trust more deeply and to always stay connected to the wisdom that lives within.
In effort to keep spreading love at this time I am giving away a free copy of my book "Be Love." I hope it helps you discover your greatness and the peace that lives within you.
In this post you will meet Angela Dacey. We talked about how we can overcome our struggles and the importance of inserting a little faith in our lives.
In this live video of Ned Burwell and Dan van der Wolf dive deeply into the topic of surrender. This is a power message for the times that we are going through right now.
In this video Lalitadevi Tamburri shares some breathing techniques and some ways to deal with the stress that is built up in our bodies.
I asked my friend Lumpy (Steve) Donaldson a few questions and he answered me with songs.
Gail Malcolm offers us a code of ethics from the Native American Council
In this post Krissie Scott offers some tools to help us communicate with others. Sooner or later, we will find ourselves in situations where compassion is needed. The ability to cope with our own emotions is the bridge to accessing our compassion, allowing more harmonious communicate to happen.
In this time we need to remember a few things; to let go of our fears and return to love.
Talking about Stress: What is it, and how do we change our relationship with it? with Nadine Lulu, M.ED., CCC., R.P. Clinical Director / Registered Psychotherapist Founder and Director of CHATT (Community Health Assessment and Therapy Team) Therapist for Adolescents, Adults and Couples Special interest in trauma, mood disorders, couples' counselling and conflict resolution https://youtu.be/YZJK92sNepA … Continue reading Stress
In this lesson we talk about Grief with our guest Catherine Cannon. She shares some techniques to help you if your struggling with grief.
How do we become happy? Can we even be happy? In this lesson, we talk about the keys to discovering happiness and how to stop the endless treadmill of striving for it.
Compassion is surrendering your beliefs to see from another’s perspective, while maintaining a position of love.
An Interview About Guilt
What is it and how can we let it go?
Stress is not created by your perception of the events occurring in your life, it’s created by your emotional response to the events.
When we look at the topic of anger, our first instinct is that it is bad and that we need to push it away. Is anger all that bad and can we use anger in a productive way? In this lesson, we will explore these questions and share with you some tips on how you can use anger to create positive outcomes in your life.
Getting out of our minds is one of our greatest challenges we face today. All our lives we have been taught and praised to think. We have been told what to think, how to think and to keep thinking. Our mind constantly interrupts the moment, to add its commentary on everything. The only way to calm and pacify the mind, is to do the unthinkable… Read this lesson to find out how.
Self Esteem is a manifestation of your relationship with yourself, which is based on your own personal assessment from within. When our self esteem is high we tend to treat ourselves with love and kindness. We still can love ourselves when our self esteem is low, however we may question; Am I good enough? Or am I worthy? We can all be our own worst critic at times.