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Well-being. Recent research has revealed that this often-overlooked, yet essential element is a core value of personal growth and sustainable success. Somatic coherence is an evidence-based framework that dramatically changes how we manage our day-to-day stress - it’s also a necessary piece of our well-being puzzle. We receive regular emotional signals from the soma - meaning of the body. Emotion is the word we give to a synergy of experiences, both somatic and cognitive that form how we feel in response to the world. Everyone can benefit from learning how to become better in touch with the rhythm of their nervous system, especially those who have experienced chronic stress or trauma. This integral element of our overall well-being is frequently seen as essential in nature to all humans. So, just how and why might somatic coherence matter concerning your continued well-being and success? As we revisit our most valuable episodes in our year-end review, this one was a home run for our listeners. Renowned author and motivational coach turned speaker Ann Hince shares her transformative Emotional Release Technics in this ever-popular episode, giving us direct insight into how she achieved significant life-altering effects utilizing this knowledge. Tune in to find out why somatic coherence matters! On The Light Inside. Featured Guest: Ann Hince JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside VOICEMAIL:  https://galas.fm/p/the_light_inside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Blind spots. We each have them. In the context of personal change, why is it we often settle for "good enough?” Our past emotional traumas amplify deflection and uncomfortable avoidance in most of us. with psychological blind spots that everyone else can see but us. So just how do we find these answers? - with a little daring, some honest reflection, and self-examination. One of the toughest self-awareness missions you can undertake is a direct seek-and-destroy attack on your own pockets of denial. Identifying your own blind spots is an interesting exercise in paradox. It’s easy to question a problem if you deny that it truly exists. Many of us frequently avoid this difficult confrontation altogether, bypassing this crucial emotional intelligence process. As a result of childhood abuse, Joe Ryan has endured a lifetime of trauma, shame, and emotional demons. In sharing his invaluable insight, Joe is paving the way for others to heal from the turmoil and distress of his past traumatic events. While revisiting some of your top-rated episodes, we found this conversation to be extremely helpful and beneficial. In terms of downloads, this episode is our second most popular. Joe and I explore how each of us can become more emotionally vulnerable to uncover and understand our emotional blind spots. By learning how to identify past trauma triggers, we can move beyond emotional reactivity and become more comfortable with our authentic selves. Highlights: When we are triggered, we often have to set a boundary. How, from your perspective, do we begin to uncover these things which trigger our trauma response? In order to heal past traumas and release emotional reactivity, it’s essential we recognize those feelings at their core source. Fully absorb the relationship we have formed with them, and process how it affects us. When we’ve taken the time to see the trigger as the emotional mirror and pattern we tend to feel as a result, we are able to release our need to react in the same protective manner. Featured Guests: Joe Ryan https://joeryan.com/ JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Featured music:  A Hard Truth by Wanderer's Trove Little Light by Wanderer's Trove Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Yes…At the behest of alienation, testing the current trends, harsh judgments, losing listeners, and the endless guffaw of our peers… It’s true that we gleefully offer a rather playful and hardy - Bah, humbug! Despite the popular beliefs about what it means to navigate a successful podcasting venture, the Light inside is rather boldly and haughtily disregarding those beliefs. Bucking the prevailing notion of redundant constancy, only to return to both renewed and refreshed - as our third season of thoughtful broadcasts is completed. Without any anxieties, apprehensions, doubts, fears, or stress; we are confidently and assuredly exercising the ludicrously absurd. Diving headlong into a two-month holiday sabbatical, only to resurface in January -returning renewed, and fully empowered! Why? Because it will inevitably make us what we all endlessly dream of…BETTER! Sometimes change is that bold, daring move that we seldom make the opportunity to realize. Ultimately understanding that change necessitates doing things differently. Change is the fuel we thrive on at The Light Inside. In fact, it’s one of our core values; giving us the ability to see differentiation as essential as air. Our goal is to bring a slightly different approach to our program for our upcoming season in 2023. We gratefully celebrate four years of amazing guest conversations, community interactions, faithful friends…and even a few gawking nay-sayers persistently challenging us to evolve and expand…all driving us to be the most outstanding we can potentially become. Enjoy a prosperous and fruitful start to the new year. It’s been an amazing ride thus far and we are grateful for you - our valued listening community. Happy holidays; all of them - to you and yours, from all of us here at The Light Inside. We’ll see you again in 2023. JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Space. In the rise of both our race for human evolution and within the context of that ever-popular television series “Star Trek” - It once was viewed as the final frontier of our advancement as a species. Then began the dawning of a new age - the digital revolution. A time and place that seemingly and somewhat insidiously began to occupy nearly every nook and cranny of our shared sense of spaciousness as a human collective. Much like the spiritual awakening of the 60s - We heralded it as the dawning of a new age of Aquarius. A new Impetus in our ever-expanding sense of being as humans. Seeing it as more pertinent and portentous in significance than the invention of either writing or printing. And then it happened… We awakened to frequently find ourselves lost in these dark vestiges of a vast digital wasteland….Searching for the relative light of day - Our digital usage had become a behavior that had seemingly grown, at times, to be toxic in nature. Discovering how we are living in a digital world - yet ever remain fairly resolute as analog creatures. And what we often find ourselves desperately in need of…is a simple method to digitally detox. -If you find yourself in need of space to think deeply, rest more fully, and spend time with loved ones away from a screen, then this conversation is one you won’t want to miss. Today we join Award Winning Productivity Author and Speaker, Daniel Sih as he shares his most intimate secrets on how to unplug, unwind, and think more clearly -empowering an essential new sense of “Spacemaking” in our lives. In this episode you will learn: 1. The impact of digital technology on our ability to focus and think deeply. 2. The role of social media in shaping our understanding of gender roles. 3. The importance of making space for introspection and self-awareness. Featured Guests: Daniel Sih JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Motion. It implies movement. With all motion inferring a dynamic “mover”. Matter is dormant, yet humans are an active power - a free will; so it stands to reason, there must be within them an immaterial principle. A guiding force - something BIGGER. Both immortal and eternal…Right? As our questioning turns to the soul, science leads us to challenge the consensus. Are we souls, bodies - or some divine combination of the two? One famous critic of the soul, Nancey Murphy captures this “leftover” attitude quite well: “The concept of the self has long served as a replacement for the soul in several disciplines, such as psychology, and ordinary language as well. No significant neuroscientist has been a dualist since the death of Sir John Eccles.” The science community considering it. Our religious axioms canonize it. And Modern Psychology extols how embracing our soul is essential for our overall well-being. Just how do we connect with this seemingly mystical entity - if at all? Join us today as we step into these soul-baring questions with our guest, Celestial Guide, and Shaman, Roxanne Chaput - As we seek to demystify the SOUL on The Light Inside. Do you ever wonder what happens to the soul after we die? Maybe you even question what this thing called soul REALLY is (or even if some of us have one at all? ). When it comes to the soul, here's what you need to know... What is the soul, and how does it affect our physical being? What is our purpose as souls, both in general and individually? How can we flow with our soul's purpose, rather than resist it? How understanding the role of chakras and somatic energies guides our healing journey? Join us on Episode #128 as we go into a lot more detail with the amazing Roxanne Chaput. The call of the soul: what is it and how do we measure its existence? Roxanne Chaput guides us through understanding our soul's purpose and how to follow our path without resistance. Featured Guests: Roxanne Chaput JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Knowledge. It’s one of the only resources that grows as we share it. Yet sometimes, that’s not so easy. Why do we sometimes find it so difficult to share our knowledge? And furthermore - why does at times it seem so challenging to accept the valid input and constructive criticism of others? Since ancient times, when the words “know thyself” were inscribed at the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, sages and philosophers have hailed the importance of self-knowledge. Modern research, however, has called its value into question. For instance, research on self-delusion has found that holding unrealistically positive views of oneself and one's future prospects can promote emotional, and even physical well-being. In today's discussion, we explore how different levels of consciousness, such as seeing the world through rose-colored glasses, can also sow seeds of self-doubt. In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. How our social interactions often subversively influence our day-to-day relationships in a way that frequently becomes self-deprecating and how this holds an adverse influence on both our self-concepts and those of others. 2. How comparing yourself to others can cause a downward spiral of negative thinking. 3. How our sense of self-worth and confidence are so deeply influential or influenced by our social interactions and leading us to move into fluctuating states of self-doubt at times. Featured Guests: Shabnam Curtis Jaemin Frazer JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Vivid Space by Locus Clouds Within The Bubble by Jon Bjork The Orchard by Jakob Ahlbom Universal Solution by Robert Ruth Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Intuition. That still small voice inside that sometimes whispers…while at others - it roars. Einstein once shared with us: “I believe in intuitions and inspirations; sometimes feeling that I am right - yet often, I know that I am. “ How is it that we have come to so faithfully trust this inner sense of knowing, and how do we more effectively utilize it? Whether it's crucial business mergers or lunch decisions, we often assume that rationality should prevail whenever we make decisions. But what about the ”inner voice" or gut feeling, that little something instinctual from within that tells us how we feel beneath those layers of logic? In larger moments of instinctual interaction, we rely on that still small voice inside…one of the many ways we show up differently in unique situations. Join us as we discuss the nature of hair-raising intuition with conscientious Life Designer, Shana Francesca. Featured Guests: Shana Francesca JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Hymn Utopia by J.F. Gloss Light as feathers by The Tap Room Fire Light by The Golden Peas The From Within by Howard Harper Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Your inner voice. That light inside - the being that we are being. Society and our daily interactions seem to increasingly focus on exploring the concept of "authenticity." Even going so far as to question - Does a self exist at all? As a result, we are left scrambling to find a meaningful way to define when someone is acting genuinely and authentically. What does this seemingly mystical and confounding thing look like and how do we recognize it? Finding our “voice” is often attributed to being present with this astonishing thing we label - our true selves. Yet under varying circumstances, a different aspect of this self often shows up - The Many Voices of “Me”. Join us in this conversation with Cognitive Scientist, Kate Dudzik - as we discuss how social environments affect our inner selves. Together, Kate and Jeffrey explore the many sides of the self through how we show up in the world, the influences environment and social circles play on behavior, thought selection, and norms, as well as personality. In this podcast episode, Kate Dudzik explores the idea of being able to speak from a societal standpoint and how authenticity is one of the most important things that we can look for in ourselves. In this episode, you will learn: 1. How our environment influences our thoughts and actions 2. The importance of curiosity in developing expertise 3. How our personality is not permanent and can change over time "It is human to grow and change." Kate Dudzik is a writer and thinker who is passionate about psychology, personal growth, and relationships. She has a Masters in Psychology and has written extensively on the topics of mental health, self-improvement, and human behavior. In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. How our environment influences our thoughts and actions 2. The importance of curiosity in developing expertise 3. How our personality is not permanent and can change over time Featured Guests: Kate Dudzik https://cognitivekate.com/ JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Comfort Zone by Nebula Dark to Light by Pawan Krishna Only Us by Across The Great Valley Subliminal Space by Lama House Your Mind Is a Cathedral by Ave Air The Brightest Light by Matt Large Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Our bodies; for eons - we’ve been reminded to treat them like temples. Yet our view of that temple - can often be distorted, misconceived, and even downright inaccurate. Our Character is often said to define both who and what we are as human beings. And still, how we characterize ourselves, is generalized by unhealthy ideals guided by our generational opinions on body stereotyping. -Normalized social stigmas frequently surface as dogmatic in their nature. Today we discuss how to leverage these tools to live your healthiest and happiest lifestyle. As the lead scientific researcher at Fellow One Research, Marc Nelson has pioneered Body Type Science since 2003 - As a result of his research, creating the only scientifically qualitative body type assessment standards. Marc has spent most of his scientific career dismantling many of these socially and culturally accepted stereotypes of bodies; instead developing a more integrated approach to assess healthy structural body integrity. Why do so many people struggle with body image?  In this episode you will learn: 1. The importance of a positive body image. 2. Modern scientific advances in the field of body image. 3. How to see yourself in a new light. Resources: Fellow One Research: Body Type Science Research https://www.fellowone.com/fellow-one-research/body-type-science-research/ Featured Guests: Marc Nelson JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
The Earth. Not only is it our biological home. It also anchors us to our metaphysical and spiritual perception of place and being. As children - These effects were undeniable, as we wiggled our toes in the sand or walked bare-footed through our backyards. We felt connected, energized, and alive - A strong bond with our originals coursing through our being. The earth and us - one! We join Land Based Somatic Guide, Jonah Jensen as we step into this conversation on the popular healing practice known as Earthing, or “Grounding”. This ancient spiritual ritual allows us to directly connect our bodies with the Earth and use its natural electric charges to stabilize us - resulting in renewal, restoration, and centeredness in our being. We are the land; that is the fundamental idea - the Earth is the mind of the people as we are the mind of the earth. Through her - All life flows. Find out how to tap into the ritualistic and healing that powers Earthing. "When we're in nature, we are getting into sync with that original design, and we start to feel good again because we're coming into resonance again." Connecting with nature can help us heal from grief and trauma in ways we never thought possible. In this episode you will learn: 1. How earthy or natural grounding can help us reconnect with ourselves and an expanded sense of our universal experience. 2. How connecting with the outdoors can help us reconnect with ourselves somatically. 3. How connecting with the rhythm of the Earth can help us remember our purpose and find coherence in our lives. Featured Guests: Jonah Jensen JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Featured Artist Tracks: A New Earth by Ealot Aim for The Stars by Rand Leaf by Infinity Ripple Our Secret Universe by Alan Ellis Small Things Grow by View Points The Longest Rest by Alan Ellis Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Loss. We each experience it in a variety of ways. Oftentimes, the repeated and prolonged cycles of grief can reveal our deepest sense of loss. Several weeks ago - we began our exploring grief in episode #155. In this week's episode with guest, Victoria Volk - we share how you can gain a new perspective on grief - allowing you to see it in a new light!  As a Grief Recovery Expert, Victoria has dedicated herself to helping others recover from grief. Her own experience of loss has given her an understanding of the challenges and confusion that accompany grieving. She is passionately teaching others how to grieve in a healthy way; transform their lives for the better. If you're grieving and feeling stuck, this episode is for you. In this podcast episode, Victoria Volk explores the six myths of grief that are typically passed down from culture to culture, and how they can impact our lives negatively. In this episode, you will learn 1. The six myths of grief that are typically passed down from culture to culture 2. How grief is cumulative and how it can negatively impact ALL areas of a person's life 3. The Lesser Know areas of Life in Which We Experience Both Grief and The Trauma of Loss 4. The importance of taking action to heal from grief, rather than waiting for time to pass Here's a breakdown of what is covered: [00:00:00] - Victoria volk grief recovery. [00:03:25] - Grief as a multi-dimensional response. [00:04:56] - Absentee parents and funerals. [00:08:19] - Absentee parent loss. [00:13:14] - 6 Myths of grief. [00:33:58] - Relationship with grief. [00:39:46] - The important role of forgiveness. [00:44:38] - Dealing with the hot coal. In The Grief Recovery Method, Victoria empowers us to begin the process of healing, wholeness, and peace. THERE'S MORE TO YOU THAN GRIEF AND SUFFERING. YOU CAN FEEL BETTER. Featured Guests: Victoria Volk JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Featured Artist Tracks: Winter Rain by Lama House Head in The Clouds by Anna Landstrom The Voice of The Father by Lama House From Ashes of a Previous Life Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
In a world where we can each be ANYTHING we want. Ironically, we often discover a world that feels like it's filled with jerks. Some dick's are a special breed of jerk— they give offense to the world without a shred of awareness that they’re doing so, and deny they have a role when relationships go wrong. The sad truth is, that anybody can be a dick sometimes. Yet, Our guest today, Marc Ensign, is here to teach us that being a dick is often the best thing we can be if we hope to make close connections and build solid relationships while we travel along our journey of success. Learning when to be a dick is one thing. Many of us must master when and how not to be a dick. Or, when at our best, become skillful, in being the right kind of Dick. What happens to those who DON'T learn this artful skill... Well, they usually end up F#&Ked! Remember, success is in the eye of the beholder. And we often fail to see, how being the RIGHT kind of Dick will move us into alignment with this vision- Ultimately allowing us to reach our destination. Tune in to find out if your Dick game has what it takes to get the job done on The Light Inside. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Staying afloat. It often becomes our central focus. And at times, it can seem like we barely keep our heads above water. Sink or swim - we just keep on paddling. This week in an instant of profound introspection, I noticed myself doing just that. As I was tempted by a situation that could have irritated me; seemingly pulling me off my course. -While our program frequently aims to cast a wider net, this week I am inspired to keep it short and sweet. James Brown tells us - “Like a dull knife just ain't cuttin’; talkin' loud ain’t saying nothin.” Swimming in that day-to-day stream of activity; sometimes we realize for ourselves when we are talking a lot and saying nothing. As wisdom arises and hopefully we learn to see both the humor and absurdity in anything which comes our way. May there be growth in how we see these moments of triggered contemplation; allowing clarity and awareness to wash over us. -Rising water raises all boats. Such an empowering thought. Rising water raises all of the boats. Not just one. And certainly not just fighting to keep itself afloat. Being the water brings exponential growth. Focusing on the boat creates an energetic resistance that waters down your efficiency and effectiveness. Take a moment on your own- to reflect and wonder: How deeply will you allow the waters to flow? Are you the dam or the faucet? Are you a well-spring or an arid desert wasteland? Are you running anxiously for higher ground or diving in to courageously pull another into the rafts of life? Sometimes one becomes a sponge, sucking everything dry without truly giving back. The state of your energetic nature and signature matters; for it allows your waters to truly flow. JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound "Wild Lake" by Lama House Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Our emotions. They frequently serve as one of the more mystifying aspects of our humanness, yet just what role do they play in our day-to-day existence? As each of us addresses the onslaught of day-to-day challenges which seem to regularly appear - at times, no relationship than the one we hold with our emotions seems harder to navigate throughout our lives. As we’ve traveled the course of our program, we have often returned to this very subject and theme. Today we revisit the best of the best in our ever-evolving series of episodes and storylines. In this quick shot reminder with Emotional Detox Coach, Sherianna Boyle from season 1. Emotional reactivity flips us into different modes of attention. Often one in which our world contracts into a fixation on what upsets us - leaving us caught up in a struggle of emotions. We offer you this reminder - release the struggle. Join us as we show you how to surrender these cycles of reactivity - on The Light Inside. Featured Guests: Sherianna Boyle JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Your body. Its your home - unique, individual  and universal all at the same time. Yet the way we communicate through our bodies often signals very different and unique meanings for others to interpret. Through our ongoing process of Evolution - the way we innately process information is an ever changing-action. As humans adapt and change to meet today's demands, this dance is a never-ending spiral of forces and systems. Each of us playing their part of this evolution. And at the core - consciousness. Consciousness and choice making are closely interconnected. How we apply our consciousness and how we make our choices influence the systems we live in. They deeply influence how we also connect and communicate with these we interact with on a daily basis. Body Linguistics empowers us to zoom into the core of consciousness; Accessing the body and it’s physical intelligence - as an emotional antenna feeding us the very signals of our being. Today we tune in to discover how to effectively leverage body linguistics to more joyfully build and foster emotional competency. Featured Guests: Janet Schmidt Nathanael Novosal JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Conflict. It often becomes our greatest source of confrontation, yet that which is not addressed, often goes unanswered. Our emotions, at times being influential in this very nature of human struggle, frequently viewing our turmoil as arising through our interactions with others. Jungian Psychologist M. Ester Harding Tells us- “Conflict is the beginning of Consciousness.” Yet, as one considers this conundrum of paradigm, perhaps It is not with others that we have the greatest conflicts - instead, feeling our greatest struggles within ourselves. -There is no greater conflict than the one we often feel inside. As we wrestle with our conflicting emotions. This episode we look at unknotting our Emotional Reactivity. Featured Guest 1: Douglas Knoll Featured Guest 2: Sandy Woznicki JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Constructive criticism. Why does it often seem to so hard to find clear, direct, and honest feedback? And even more so, why is it that we can be so hard on ourselves? As we each move though our day-today lives, what happens when our self criticism becomes something worse- more sinister. While constructive criticism can often be both beneficial and effective. Destructive criticism, on the other hand, happens as we focus solely on our problems. This kind of feedback, offering no encouragement, help, or support for improvement. When its self-focused - it often becomes negative feedback loops which simply become demoralizing. And despite our best intentions, we find it difficult to break free of our repetitive thought cycles. Today, we look at pattern interruption. An often effective tool for breaking free of our negative feedback loops. On the Light Inside. Featured Guest: Jem Fuller JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Life. -It moves at times; in stages and cycles. Each instant a moment which often is etched into our brains. Sometimes even keeping us stuck to our past reminiscences and even rumination. This then becoming a roller coaster of feedback loops; and much to our dismay, throughout this thing we call life - At some point, we will all experience the cycles of grief. Whether illness, disaster, or death of a loved one, most of us go through at least one traumatic event in our lifetimes. Events that cause us despair and a deep, often lingering sense of loss: And perhaps with to a lesser frequency- Grief surfaces in such situations as the loss of a job, a career, of in our sense of innocence- as one experiences trauma; or even in losing some sense of our personal identity. Today we courageously look grief in the face, so that we might examine some of the various ways in which it surfaces throughout our lives. FEATURED GUESTS: JENNIFER M. ALEMANY KEAGEN HADLEY SANDY WOZNICKI CARRIE PITZULO JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
Happiness. Its often thought to grow in direct proportion to our level of acceptance. Yet, expectations frequently limit our ability to connect with the lives we lead. More than anything, our expectations often shape and color our perception of a possible reality; impacting those around us. And at times, they even become a self-fulfilling prophecy. After all… be careful what you wish for - it just MIGHT come true. We speak today with Embodiment coach and Transformational Healer - Desiree Caminos discussing The Psychology of Expectation - on this episode of The Light Inside. JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Our Production Manage is:  Anna Getz ———footnotes: Norm of Reciprocity https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norm_of_reciprocity Expectations - The REAL happiness Killer https://humanpsychology.com.au/expectations-the-real-hapiness-killer/ Recipracal Determinism https://dictionary.apa.org/reciprocal-determinism --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
By The Age of five, the word “NO’ is etched in our brains - happening at a startling 60,000 times. And for a long time, the only window to the mind was through introspection. This posed a methodological problem as a result of the unreliable and disruptive nature of meta-cognition — a state also known as” thinking about one’s own thoughts.” We often experience it — the cycle of negative thought patterns clouding our perception of life. Why is it perhaps, we tend to have a hard time with the word “No”? Our guest today, author, Rob White - shares how this ’intruder “ acts as an unwanted mental houseguest that stops you from conducting your daily affairs fruitfully, so your life can unfold like the beautiful symphony it’s meant to be. Tune in to find out how to overcome it, in order to empower the infinite creating living inside of us all. -------------------------- JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Production Manager: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support
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