With so much going on in the external world, many of us have shifted our focus outwards. The problem is, when we put our attention on the outer world, we neglect our inner selves.
We hold more power over ourselves than we realize, but by agonizing over the events of the past year, many of us have got trapped in the cycle of renouncing control.
What would happen if we reclaimed our power, and how would we do that in the first place? In a world filled with so many distractions, is zoning in on our inner selves even a possibility?
In this episode, author, transformational writer, teacher, and consultant, Oliver JR Cooper shares how to awaken in a time of turmoil.
The key to overcoming external drama lies in looking at what’s taking place within us. -Oliver JR Cooper
Oliver JR Cooper is an author, transformational writer, teacher, and consultant. He first got onto the path of self-awareness in 2003, when he lacked self-confidence and felt he had no control over his life. Over time, he came to the realization that childhood trauma was the root of his issues, and began journaling as a way of coping. He later began writing articles on psychology, and to date has written 2535 articles on the subject. Oliver is passionate about helping others and believes in finding personalized solutions to help all his clients overcome their unique struggles.
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The onset of COVID-19 brought a lot of turmoil into our world, but that doesn’t automatically spell doom and gloom. All of humanity is facing a dark night of the soul, but there is a light at the end of this for those willing to look.
The pandemic has forced most of us to confront our traumas head-on. While that’s enough to make any of us uncomfortable, it’s also the vital first step we need to take towards collective healing.
What can we do to facilitate the healing process for ourselves and others? How can we use our newfound connectedness to create a better world for all who live in it?
In this episode, tech pioneer, visual artist, and composer at MindTravel, Murray Hidary shares how to connect with ourselves, others, and the world around us.
There’s something powerful about going through this trauma together. -Murray Hidary
Murray Hidary is a multi-disciplinary artist and tech pioneer. He is also the creator of MindTravel, an experiential music company dedicated to helping audiences connect to each other and their surroundings, and move them to purpose through music. Murray’s work with MindTravel has been featured on various media platforms, including among others The Doctors.
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When we’re not living with intention, it’s easy to accept a mediocre existence. However, we shouldn’t settle for drifting through life. It’s not enough to survive, we should be aiming to thrive.
Luckily, many of the things that hold us back can be changed if we become more in tune with ourselves.
Which habits are stopping us from reaching our full potential, and what can we do to break them for good? How can we actively surround ourselves with the right influences that improve our lives, rather than laying stagnant?
In this episode, Chief Energy Officer at E3 Lifestyle, Jeremy Abramson shares the THRIVE acronym for cultivating the lives of our dreams.
Don’t settle for mediocrity. -Jeremy Abramson
Jeremy Abramson is the Chief Energy Officer at E3 Lifestyle. He is passionate about creating workplace environments that promote movement, community, and creativity. In addition to being a high-level coach, he is also the host of The Energy Exchange Podcast.
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Western medicine has led us to believe that each part of our lives needs to be treated separately, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. If we want to thrive in all aspects, we need to move towards a holistic solution.
By becoming more in tune with our minds, bodies, and souls, it’s easier to integrate past traumas and truly heal. In turn, we’re able to do what we were put on this earth to do, which is to give and receive love.
The problem is, with so many of us being taught to compartmentalize our lives, many of us simply don’t know how to increase our consciousness.
How can we break the cycle and start taking action towards a more fulfilled existence? What can we do to take back control of our well-being?
In this episode, Medical Director of Pedre Integrative Health and President of Dr. Pedre Wellness, Dr. Vincent Pedre shares how we can heal at all levels.
Everything is integrated, and everything matters. -Dr. Vincent Pedre
Why we need to pinpoint where we feel our traumas:
Our psychological state has a big impact on our physical bodies, so to heal ailments holistically, we have to be aware of where we feel our emotions. Be mindful of physical sensations when feelings like sadness or anxiety arise.
How to stop the cycle of downplaying emotions:
Society has conditioned men to believe showing emotion is not masculine, and as a result far too many internalize their feelings instead of dealing with them head-on. Break the cycle by acknowledging that emotion is a human experience and encouraging other men to embrace displaying their feelings.
How to break the habit of feeling like a victim:
Everything we do is a choice, and once we realize this we can step into our power. We have what it takes to create our own reality, we just need to be willing to take responsibility for our lives.
Dr. Vincent Pedre is the Medical Director of Pedre Integrative Health and President of Dr. Pedre Wellness. A Board-Certified Internist and Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner, Dr. Pedre uses a blend of both Western and Eastern medical traditions to provide an integrative, systems-based approach to well-being. He is passionate about helping patients find the best course of action for their needs, and his holistic approach incorporates positive, preventative health and wellness lifestyle choices. Dr. Pedre is also the author of Happy Gut®️: The Cleansing Program to Help You Lose Weight, Gain Energy and Eliminate Pain.
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Books mentioned in this episode:
Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile by Dr. Anthony G. Jay https://www.amazon.com/Estrogeneration-Estrogenics-Making-Sick-Infertile/dp/1946546011