Practical Wellness With Jaya Jaya Myra
By Jaya Jaya Myra
Practical Wellness With Jaya Jaya MyraNov 13, 2020
Season 2, Episode 77 - Special Guest Orleatha Smith
So, what do you do when chronic illness, autoimmune conditions or general digestive issues mean you can't drink coffee? I am joined today by serial entrepreneur Orleatha Smith, creator of Sip Herbals coffee substitute. Join us as Orleatha and I discuss the multifaceted benefits of the natural ingredients that give Sip Herbals its rich, coffee-like feel without sacrificing your physical health.
You can learn more about Orleatha and her work at sipherbals.com.
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Season 2, Episode 76 - Special Guest Amelia Dunlop
Your relationship with your employer can truly make or break your overall well being and sense of self-worth. In today’s episode, I am joined by author Amelia Dunlop as we discuss her new book, “Elevating the Human Experience: Three Paths to Love and Worth at Work.” Listen in as we discuss various ways that we can assert our worth in the workplace, common misconceptions that newly-hired employees have about their relationships with their supervisors, and so much more.
You can learn more about Amelia and her work at www.ameliadunlop.com.
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Season 2, Episode 75 - Special Guest Mads Friis
Did you know your seemingly small, daily habits have the power to bring you closer and closer to your goals and to the life you dream of? In today’s episode, I am joined by a very special guest, fellow podcast host and author, Mads Friis. Accompany us in our conversation surrounding the ways that intentional routine planning and focusing on fulfilling daily habits work together to foster a mindset of gratitude and a joy-filled life.
You can learn more about Mads and his work at www.growthisland.com.
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Season 2, Episode 74 - Special Guest Lyn Delmastro-Thomson
Do you know how to listen to your body? Whether you realize it or not, your body communicates with you every day... letting you know what it needs to better support you and your health. Today, I am joined by mind-body medicine practitioner, Lyn Delmastro-Thomson. Join us as we talk about everything from beginning your journey of listening to your body’s needs to completely healing yourself from a severe medical diagnosis.
You can learn more about Lyn and her work at heartfirehealingllc.com.
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Season 2, Episode 73 - Special Guest PJ Lewis
The last couple of years has made prioritizing mental health a necessity. In today’s episode, mental health counselor - PJ Lewis, joins me to discuss how Covid-19 has impacted people’s mental health, why physicians are facing burnout faster than ever, and why being a mental health counselor, especially during such challenging times, is his life's calling.
You can learn more about PJ and his work at www.dbtfv.com.
Season 2, Episode 72 - Special Guest Sarah Polansky
When you feel unwell, what do you do? Do you try to treat the symptoms or target the cause? In this episode, Sarah J Polansky, health advocate and founder of Prismatic Plants, shares how natural, holistic healing methods work to heal the mind, body and soul, and how this differs from an allopathic or western medicine approach to wellness. Sarah shares her top tips for those looking to reclaim their health and wellness, no matter where they’re at in their journey.
You can learn more about Sarah’s passion and work at prismaticplants.com.
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Season 2, Episode 71 - Special Guest Theron Maynard
When you read a book, do you live it? In this episode, I am joined by fellow author, Theron Maynard. We dive into his journey to writing his debut novel, “Live and Let Die”, how a traumatic brain injury impacted his style of writing, work and outlook on life, and the importance of living out a book’s message and soul through your own personal journey.
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Season 2, Episode 70 - Special Guest Lily Dulan
Beautiful things can come out of the pain and grief of loss... Once you know how to get through it. In today's episode, Lily Dulan, MFT psychotherapist and author of “Giving Grief Meaning”, and I discuss the loss of her first-born daughter to SIDS and how her journey with grief has brought some impactful and beautiful things into this world, like the creation of the nonprofit organization The Kara Love Project.
You can learn more about Lily and her nonprofit’s work at www.thekaraloveproject.org.
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Season 2, Episode 69 - Special Guest Dr. Jan Bonhoeffer
If you or someone you know are unsure about the Covid-19 vaccine and are questioning if it is the right decision for you and your overall health and wellness, know that you are not alone. Today I sit down with a top global expert on infectious diseases and vaccine safety, Dr. Jan Bonhoeffer, to discuss all things immunology, vaccine safety and wellness during the Covid-19 pandemic.
You can learn more about Dr. Bonhoeffer, his work and his new book, “Dare to Care — How to Survive and Thrive in Today’s Medical World”, at www.heartbasedmedicine.org.
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Season 2, Episode 68 - Special Guest Joey Hulin
I stand firm with the belief that meditation is the secret weapon to improving overall mind-body wellbeing. In fact, frequent and consistent meditation has the power to impact every aspect of life, including anti-aging properties and physical and mental healing. That is why I sit down with writer and poet, meditation teacher, and founder of Horizon Inspired, Joey Hulin, in today’s episode to discuss all things meditation, mindfulness and her wellbeing retreats!
You can learn more about Joey and her work at www.horizoninspired.co.uk
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Season 2, Episode 67 - Special Guest Tom Cronin
Do you know the power of meditation? Want to know how to get started? Join me as I sit down with Tom Cronin, meditation teacher, transformation coach, producer of “THE PORTAL” film and the founder of The Stillness Project, to discuss meditation, consciousness and more.
You can learn more about Tom and his work at www.tomcronin.com.
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Season 2, Episode 66 - Special Guest Chakuna Machi Asa
Want to know how music helps people connect to that deeper, spiritual essence that they carry, and how this can improve your health and wellbeing? Join me as I chat with author and producer of sound healing music, Chakuna Machi Asa! We also chat about her top piece of advice for those looking to tap into hope and faith to help them preserve through the highs and lows of life.
You can learn more about Chakuna and her work at www.chakuna.com.
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Season 2, Episode 65 - Special Guest Lisa Boswell
Today I sit down with author and divination teacher, Lisa Boswell! Join us as we discuss what divination means to us, as well as Lisa’s lifelong spiritual journey towards becoming the divination teacher she is today. Her latest book, “The Modern Oracle: Fortune Telling and Divination for the Real World” is available for purchase online from Hatchett and Laurence King Publishing.
You can learn more about Lisa and her work at divinerism.com.
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Season 2, Episode 64 - Special Guest Emily A. Francis
We’ve all heard of matchmaking for romantic relationships; but what about matchmaking for healing and wellness? Today’s special guest, author and wellness expert Emily A. Francis, talks us through the importance of utilizing all resources available when striving for total wellness, and discusses her new book, “Healing Ourselves Whole”.
You can learn more about Emily and her work at www.emilyafrancisbooks.com.
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Bonus Episode: Interview with Ricardo Souza, dance instructor at Arthur Murray Dance Studio
Sometimes, the best experiences in life are the ones that aren’t planned. In today’s special bonus episode, I am joined by the passionate and talented Ricardo Souza. We sat down to discuss the multi-faceted benefits of dance, as well as Ricardo’s personal and unconventional journey that led him from Brazil to NYC, and to becoming the talented dancer and instructor he is today. You can find Ricardo teaching at Arthur Murray NYC, one of the most prestigious dance center franchises in the world.
You can learn more about Ricardo and his work at www.ricardosouza.net.
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Season 2, Episode 63 - Special Guest Nicole Black
Storytelling is a powerful tool for honoring the legacy of a loved one. In today’s episode, I am joined again by fellow author, Nicole Black! We discuss her thought process while writing her new book “I Can Still Hear You,” a fiction story honoring the relationship she had with her late father, as well as the spiritual connections she felt with him even after his passing. Nicole’s work is available for purchase on Amazon and many other booksellers worldwide.
You can learn more about Nicole and her work at nicoleblack.com.
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Bonus Episode: Interview with Lauren Wilmore, dance instructor at Arthur Murray Dance Studio
When you hear the word “powerful,” what comes to mind? In today’s special bonus episode, I am joined by the amazing Lauren Wilmore of Arthur Murray Dance Center NYC. We sat down to discuss the power of dance, as well as Lauren’s personal journey to becoming the successful and well-rounded dancer she is today, instructing at one of the most prestigious dance center franchises in the world.
You can learn more about Arthur Murray Dance Center NYC at www.nycarthurmurray.com.
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Season 2, Episode 62 - Special Guest Amelia Vogler
Do you know the benefits of grounding and how it can improve your health and wellbeing? Today I am joined by grounding and energy medicine specialist, Amelia Vogler, to discuss this and more! Come learn why and how grounding can improve your life.
You can learn more about Amelia and her work at ameliavogler.com.
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Season 2, Episode 61 - Special Guest Susan Ilka Tuttle
Today I sit down with green witch, herbalist, owner of In the Wood Botanicals, and psychic medium, Susan Ilka Tuttle! We discuss her journey to writing her new book, “Green Witch Magick: Essential Plants and Crafty Spellwork for a Witch's Cupboard”, common misconceptions about witchcraft and what her work as a witch and psychic medium looks like today.
You can learn more about Susan and her work at www.inthewoodbotanicals.com.
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Season 2, Episode 60 - Special Guest Gillian McMichael
In this episode, I chat with ICF Master Coach, founder of Full Circle Global, and Meditation and Ayurveda Teacher, Gillian McMichael! We chat about her journey to pursuing Ayurveda and mindfulness following loss and trauma in her life, various benefits of meditation and mindfulness on your mind, body and spirit, and her favorite type of meditation for beginners.
You can learn more about Gillian and her work at fullcircleglobal.com.
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Season 2, Episode 59 - Special Guest Andrew Levine
Practicing an attitude of gratitude is key to promoting our overall health and wellness. In this episode, I am joined by the founder of 7 Thank Yous, Andy Levine! We discuss his journey to starting 7 Thank Yous, the importance of practicing and expressing gratitude for others and their impact in our lives, and how you can practice gratitude daily to help improve your overall wellbeing.
You can learn more about Andy and 7 Thank Yous at www.7ThankYous.com.
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Season 2, Episode 58 - Special Guest Shehzad Hoosein
Did you know that CBD and Ayurveda are powerful tools for holistic health and healing when linked together? Today I’m joined by the chief operating officer of The Root Of It All, Shehzad Hoosein, to discuss all things CBD and Ayurveda! We chat about his journey to working with Ayurvedic herbs and spices, how natural remedies, like CBD and Ayurvedic essential oils, help enhance therapeutic properties and help people on their quest for mind-body balance and holistic wellness, and his top, natural product recommendations for overall health, healing and wellness.
You can learn more about Shehzad and The Root Of It All at therootofitall.com.
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Season 2, Episode 57 - Special Guest Jeff Siegel
In this episode, I sit down with health and wellness coach, Jeff Siegel! We discuss his journey to becoming a mind-body wellness coach following the diagnosis of an eating disorder, how food and nutrition play a major role in your mental, physical and emotional wellbeing, and his top tips for creating a strong mind-body connection.
You can learn more about Jeff and his work at jeffsiegelwellness.com.
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Season 2, Episode 56 - Special Guest Nanette Hucknall
Do you feel that your current emotional and mental health is holding you back from being your spiritual, higher self? In this episode, I am joined by award-winning author, psychotherapist, and founder and President Emeritus of Higher Self Yoga, Nanette Hucknall. We chat about her journey to developing such a robust resume and career, why everyone should seek out therapy in order to experience full spiritual growth, how working with the heart and higher self opens you up to a whole other level of spirituality.
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Season 2, Episode 55 - Special Guests Pam Urbas and Andy Duchovnay
Do you prioritize daily meditation and affirmations? Developing a consistent home meditation practice is incredibly beneficial to your overall health and wellbeing. It is important to note that also using things like gemstones during meditation can help heal and restore energy in powerful ways that you may not have realized before.
In this episode, I sit down with rockhound artists and the creators of The Indigo Sanctuary, Pam Urbas and Andy Duchovnay! We discuss how they combined their love of meditation/yoga, gemstones, sound healing and art to help develop the Indigo Sanctuary, a safe and sacred online space for individuals to help develop their private, spiritual home practice. They also highlight the benefits and importance of developing consistent, spiritual home practice, their favorite ways to meditate using gemstones and singing bowls, and their top tip to help people bolster their spiritual connection.
You can learn more about Pam, Andy and The Indigo Sanctuary at www.theindigosanctuary.com.
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Season 2, Episode 54 - Special Guest Helen Horyza
Moment of truth: can you confidently identify your strengths, talents and passions? Many struggle with following and embracing their interests, expertise, and goals in life… they are wandering on their path, unsure of where to turn next. Finding your purpose through your talents and passions can drastically improve your overall well-being, health and success in ways you never imagined. But, how?
In this episode, I sit down with career development expert, award-winning author and founder of the Career Coach Entrepreneur Academy, Helen Horyza, to discuss her purpose for uncovering talent in others and directing it to achieve extraordinary results, the importance of embracing your mistakes, and her top tip to help others identify their own strengths and talents.
You can learn more about Helen and her work at www.helenhoryza.com.
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Season 2, Episode 53 - Special Guest Olivia Starling
Today I am joined by entrepreneur and CEO of the jewelry brand Starlette Galleria, Olivia Starling! We discuss her journey of ditching the corporate world to building a successful business and how it improved her overall wellbeing. We also discuss the importance of women fostering their happiness, health and overall wellbeing. You can learn more about Olivia and Starlette Galleria at www.starlettegalleria.com.
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Season 2, Episode 52 - Special Guest Dr. Philip Loring
Typically, we as humans look up to “hero” figures to help us make the necessary changes in the world (whether that be environmental, economic, and/or political/social change), as those changes can seem all too big for us. But, we must remember that the ability to make impactful change is within every single one of us, individually. We must work to become the people making those necessary changes in the world.
Today I am joined by widely respected anthropologist, ecologist, and writer, Dr. Philip Loring. We discuss the importance of individuals stepping up and believing in their capabilities in order to make changes. We also dive into one of the most important, fundamental things to take into account when looking to improve your overall wellbeing. Lastly, we touch on a few practical ways that people can adopt a more sustainable, eco-conscious lifestyle.
You can learn more about Dr. Philip Loring, his work, and his award-winning book, “Finding Our Niche”, at www.conservationofchange.org.
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Season 2, Episode 51 - Special Guest Nate Rifkin
For many people, beginning a journey to self-improvement starts with loads of self-help rituals and goals. Too often do people dive into this “self-help” cycle only to find themselves still struggling, moving nowhere, unable to keep up that stamina, positivity and confidence.
In this episode, I am joined by fellow author and meditation advocate, Nate Rifkin. We discuss the powerful benefits of meditation and its impact on self-improvement and promoting your overall health and wellbeing. We also dive into key, effective ways to get started with meditation and his journey to writing his book, “The Standing Meditation: Excel In The Modern World Using An Ancient Practice”.
You can learn more about Nate and his book on his website: www.naterifkin.com
Season 2, Episode 50 - Special Guest Stephanie Wagner
Do you find yourself struggling with meditation? Many think that meditating is a thought-free experience, one in which your mind is fully cleared... When, in fact, meditating is actually supposed to help bring awareness to your thoughts, perceptions and daily experiences.
Today I am joined by board-certified health coach and meditation teacher, Stephanie Wagner, to discuss how her work with the nonprofit Healthy Minds Innovations is helping promote mental health by translating science into tools to cultivate and measure well-being. We also dive into the common misconceptions and difficulties with mediation, the importance of tuning into your own style of mediation, and how mediation can help you cope with your day-to-day life in a positive, thoughtful way.
You can learn more about Healthy Minds Innovations on their website, hminnovations.org, or by downloading their app Healthy Minds Program.
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Season 2, Episode 49 - Special Guest Brittany Ducham
Did you know that herbal medicine has the power to heal, restore, and revitalize? There are so many ways that you can add herbal medicine to your everyday practices to help elevate and deepen your connection to your mind, body and soul.
Brittany Ducham, community herbalist and author, joins me today to discuss her debut book, "Radical Remedies: An Herbalist’s Guide to Empowered Self-Care", the benefits of herbalism and how you can started with herbalism and herbal medicine.
You can learn more about Brittany, her book and her work at www.spellboundherbal.com.
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Season 2, Episode 48 - Special Guest Amanda Elise Love
Did you know that Fibromyalgia affects nearly 2% of the U.S. adult population? Even though this disease affects such a large number of individuals, it’s still a rather misunderstood illness that many don’t know how to approach.
Amanda Elise Love, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, joins me to discuss various misconceptions about Fibromyalgia, how food plays a role in chronic pain and illness, and how she worked to overcome Fibromyalgia naturally, like me!
You can learn more about Fibromyalgia, health and wellness on Amanda's website: www.amandaeliselove.com
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Season 2, Episode 47 - Special Guest Rachel Varitimos
In this episode, I chat with intuitive living and holistic health coach Rachel Varitimos! How can intuitive eating help improve your life? Tune in to find out!
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Season 2, Episode 46 - Special Guest Patsy Balacchi
In this episode, I chat with Feng Shui consultant, Patsy Balacchi! We discuss how you can build harmony in your life via your physical space, some of the most impactful life changes that lead to more harmony, and how her journey to Feng Shui improved her overall health and wellness.
You can learn more about Patsy Balacchi at www.zenotica.com.
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Season 2, Episode 45 - Special Guest Dr. David Fryburg
In this episode, I am joined by the president and co-founder of Envision Kindness, Dr. David Fryburg! We discuss his journey to founding Envision Kindness and how it is helping people reduce stress, promote kindness and improve their overall wellbeing.
You can learn more about Dr. David Fryburg and Envision Kindness at www.envisionkindness.org.
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Season 2, Episode 44 - Special Guest Deborah Gaal
Today I chat with fellow author, Deborah Gaal! We chat about how her family's experience with mental health issues helped inspire her to become an author and write her magical realism book, "Synchronicities on the Avenue of the Saints". You can learn more about Deborah and her book at www.deborahgaal.com.
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Season 2, Episode 43 - Special Guest Dr. Friedemann Schaub
In this episode, I sit down with cardiologist, radio host, personal development coach and award-winning author, Dr. Friedemann Schaub! We discuss how to break through fear and anxiety, how you can shift your mindset when overwhelmed with fear and anxiety.
You can learn more about Dr. Friedemann Schaub www.DrFriedemann.com.
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Season 2, Episode 42 - Special Guest Robert Joseph
In this episode, I am joined by fellow author, men's coach and creator of the NSM method for men, Robert Joseph! We chat about his journey to becoming a men's coach, how men can promote proper balance in life, and why the NSM method is helping guide men back to their true potential.
You can learn more about Robert Joseph and his work at www.robertjosephcoaching.com.
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Season 2, Episode 41 - Special Guest Molly Galbraith
In this episode, I chat with the co-founder of Girls Gone Strong and fellow author, Molly Galbraith! We discuss her journey to writing her new book, "Strong Women Lift Each Other Up", and how women can support and celebrate their overall wellness to help empower and lift themselves up. To learn more about Molly and her work, visit www.mollygalbraith.com.
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Season 2, Episode 40 - Special Guest Lavinia Brown
In this episode, I am joined by psychodynamic coach for mothers, Lavinia Brown! We discuss what exactly a psychodynamic coach does, why she chose to work with mothers, and the importance of mindfulness and checking in with yourself frequently. You can learn more about Lavinia and her work at www.laviniabrown.com.
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Season 2, Episode 39 - Special Guest Gigi Diaz
In this episode, I sit down with mindset and branding coach for women, iHeartRadio personality, and recovering hustler, Gigi Diaz! Gigi and I discuss her journey to helping women cultivate a better mindset and how you can let go of guilt and find your own definition of success and joy in life. You can learn more about Gigi and her work at www.GiGiDiaz.com.
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Season 2, Episode 38 - Special Guest Suthan Naganayagam
In this episode, I sit down with co-founder and CEO of Niki's Natural Wipes, Suthan Naganayagam! We chat about his journey to starting Niki's Natural Wipes and the impact that Niki's is striving to make in the baby care and wipe industry. You can learn more about Niki's Natural Wipes at Nikis.com.
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Season 2, Episode 37 - Special Guest Lorna Borenstein
In this episode, I sit down with the founder and CEO of Grokker Inc. and author of the new book, "It’s Personal: The Business Case for Caring", Lorna Borenstein! We chat about her journey to becoming an author and the inspiration behind her book. You can learn more about Lorna and her book at www.caseforcaring.com.
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Season 2, Episode 36 - Special Guest Tarisa Parrish
Looking for an educational, fun read for your kids? Tarisa Parrish, author and accomplished butterfly farmer, wrote her new children's book, "The Adventures of Johnny Butterflyseed", to inspire, engage and enlighten children on the decline of the Monarch Butterfly population and how they can make more informed decisions on how to better our earth and connect with nature.
"The Adventures of Johnny Butterflyseed" is now available for purchase on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles. Head to www.johnnybutterflyseed.com for more information on the book, endangered butterfly species and how you can help them. Grab your copy today!
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Season 2, Episode 35 - Special Guest Dr. Dravon James
In this episode, I am honored to be joined by the founder of Everyday Peace, inspirational speaker, life coach, and fellow author, Dr. Dravon James! We discuss all things forgiveness. You can learn more about Dr. Dravon James and her work at www.drdravonjames.com.
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Season 2, Episode 34 - Special Guest Dr. Margit Muller
In this episode, I sit down with leading veterinarian, life coach and award-winning author, Dr. Margit Gabriele Muller! We chat about her journey to becoming a vet, the emotional, health and wellness benefits of having a pet, and things to know before getting your own pet.
You can learn more about Dr. Gabriele Muller at www.margitmuller.com.
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Season 2, Episode 33 - Special Guest Zulma Reyo
In this episode, I chat with world-renowned spiritual teacher and founder of the Zulma Reyo School of Consciousness, Zulma Reyo! We dive into her book, Inner Alchemy, and her top ways that they can undergo inner transformation and transmutation. You can learn more about Zulma and her work at www.zrsoc.com.
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Season 2, Episode 32 - Special Guest Adora Winquist
In this episode, I sit down with essential oil formulator, innovator in aromatherapy & vibrational medicine, and fellow author, Adora Winquist! We discuss her book, "Detox, Nourish, Activate: Plant and Vibrational Medicine for Energy, Mood, and Love", all things essential oils, and her new line of essential oils, Elixers For Quantum Living, that harnesses nanoparticle essential oils, nanoparticle CBD, and vibrational infusions to help reduce stress, improve mood and promote energy.
You can learn more about Adora Winquist, her book and her work with essential oils at www.adorawinquist.com.
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Season 2, Episode 31 - Special Guest Dr. Karol Darsa
In this episode, I sit down with licensed trauma psychologist, author, creator of RITTM, and founder of Reconnect, Dr. Karol Darsa! We chat about her journey to becoming an author, her work as a trauma psychologist, and how the Reconnect Center is helping those battling trauma work on positive self-healing. You can learn more about Dr. Karol Darsa and her work at www.reconnectcenter.com.
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Season 2, Episode 30 - Special Guest Venerable Lobsang Chunzom
In this episode, I sit down with Buddhist nun, founder of the Limitless Health Institute, and worldwide Je Tsongkapa meditation and philosophy teacher, Venerable Lobsang Chunzom! We chat about her journey to becoming a Buddhist nun, how taking care of yourself first can help enable both yourself and others to succeed and flourish, and how one can cultivate mindfulness every day. You can learn more about Chunzom and her work at www.limitlesshealthinstitute.org.
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