E.39: I Think, Therefore I Eat

with Martin Cohen

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Episode Notes:

Martin Cohen, author of the book I Think, Therefore I Eat: The World's Greatest Minds Tackle the Food Question, shares with us:

  • How we can apply the philosophical method to make better food choices.

  • The importance of skepticism.

  • Whether we should eat more like Rousseau, Thoreau or Nietzche

  • Some of the myths of the nutrition world as well as some of the dark secrets of the food industry.

You can find Martin’s book on Amazon and other bookstores.

E.38: The Art of Listening to Your Inner Diagnostics

with Sharon Roemmel

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Episode notes:

Tapping into the wisdom inside us.

  • Understanding how your body communicates & the various ways in which you can access its messages.

  • Noticing what strengthens us and what depletes us.

  • To learn more about Sharon’s work, you can visit her website: Practically Enlightened You

Guided Meditation Gift:

Sharon has a free guided meditation for you to download. Access it here.

E.37: Tapping Into The Wisdom of Plants

with Katherine Elmer

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Episode notes:

Katherine shares her vast experience with herbs that started in childhood and led her to eventually become a Clinical Herbalist and Professor. She talked about:

  • How plants help us reconnect with ourselves, our communities and the earth

  • The local, indigenous superfoods that are available in your neighborhood. Including her top Vermont-native superfoods and herbs.

  • The interconnectedness between herbal medicine, social justice, and sustainability.

  • Learn more about Katherine’s Clinical Herbalism work at Railyard Apothecary

  • Learn more about Spoonful Herbals, Katherine’s non-profit herbal CSA and educational organization. Some upcoming workshops include:

E.36: Mastering the Mind-Body Connection

with Morella Devost, EdM, MA

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Episode Notes:

  • The three scientific fields that have proven to us without a shadow of a doubt that the mind not only affects the body, it SHAPES what the body is doing

  • What is the placebo effect and how can we harness it for our benefit?

  • The power of beliefs and where they come from

  • How to rewrite our beliefs and reshape how we create health

  • Download 3 tools to help you start mastering your health today

E.35: Building Your Own Healthcare System

with Matt Rushford, DC

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Episode Notes:

Dr. Rushford talks about why allopathic medicine is not truly about health-care, what are the inherent flaws in this paradigm, and how we can shift the way in which we view our health in order to seek true paths towards optimal health.

E.34: Mutual Awakening & Evolutionary Relationships

with Toni Monsey, PhD

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Episode Notes:

Toni Monsey, PhD joins us to talk about the practice of Mutual Awakening as developed by Patricia Albere and The Evolutionary Collective. She shares:

What is Mutual Awakening and how it’s different from traditional meditation

  • The new frontier of consciousness that emerges through the practice of Mutual Awakening

  • How relationships are transformed through it

  • What it means to have Evolutionary Relationships

To learn more about the practice of Mutual Awakening, you can visit Toni’s website or connect with her through her Facebook page. You can also find out more about the Evolutionary Collective through their website.

E.33: Lyme Disease: The Chinese Medicine Approach

with Brendan Kelly

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Episode Notes:

Brendan Kelly shares his vast experience with Lyme Disease, tell us how at least 50% of his practice right now is treating people at various stages of Lyme. He explains why Chinese Medicine (which includes foods, herbs and acupuncture) is so effective treating Lyme. In this episode he shares:

  • The progression of Lyme through four different stages; what Chinese Medicine calls each stage and how they manifest in different symptoms

  • What to do at each stage of the disease, what foods to eat and how lifestyle affects each stage

  • Why there is no single remedy for Lyme but rather how Chinese Medicine treats the individual rather than the disease

  • The connection between Lyme and climate change

E.32: Forgiveness: The Key to Healing & Thriving

with Morella Devost

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Episode Notes:

Morella talks about forgiveness:

  • The misconceptions around forgiveness that make it hard to forgive

  • A new definition of forgiveness that makes it more accessible

  • The process to free ourselves from pain, resentment, shame and/or guilt (aka. arriving at complete forgiveness)

Do you have thoughts or questions about forgiveness that you’d like to discuss with me? Do you need help forgiving someone or something? Is there something you haven’t been able to let go of?

Feel free to reach out, I’d be delighted to speak with you.

E.31: Creating Heaven On Earth: The Scientific Proof

with Bruce H. Lipton, PhD

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Episode Notes:

Bruce Lipton, PhD, best-selling author of The Biology of Belief, Spontaneous Evolution and The Honeymoon Effect, and former professor and researcher at the medical schools of The University of Wisconsin and Stanford University, shares the scientific proof (and the good news) that we each have the power to create heaven on earth.

In this powerful conversation, Bruce touches on:

  • The scientific evidence that: (1) we are not at the mercy of our genes, (2) evolution is not random or slow, and (3) mind/spirit and matter are not separate

  • How these myths keep us believing ourselves powerless

  • How we can reclaim our power to shape our health AND the reality around us

You can find Bruce’s books and upcoming events on his website: BruceLipton.com

E.30: Inspiring & Empowering Teens

with Adam Bunting

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Episode Notes:

Adam Bunting, the very well loved and respected principal at CVU High School talks about helping teenagers thrive. He touches on:

  • Helping teens connect their own gifts, roles, and purpose so they can be co-creators of their learning and feel empowered.

  • The 5 elements of transformational learning experiences

  • What personalized learning can do for teenagers

  • Read Adam’s article on personalized learning in Edutopia and find his recommended resources on the CVU website.

 

E.29: Raising Conscious Children

with Seth Braun

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Episode Notes:

Raising conscious children requires parents making conscious choices. In this episode we discuss:

  • The downside of enrolling kids in every extracurricular activity and the ONE thing that is a greater predictor of their success later in life.

  • How to be a steward parent rather than a controlling one

  • The role of reading and quality stories to assist in the development of the child both in terms of vocabulary and also for life-coping skills.

  • The catastrophic impact of the dumbing down of vocabulary and story.

  • To learn more about Seth’s book and support its publication: Miniecello & The Knights of Valor

E.28: Wise Anger & Constructive Action

with Morella Devost, EdM, MA

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Episode Notes:

Finding the proper, wise expression of anger to take constructive action towards creating more harmony, respect & peace in our worlds.

  • The two main problems we have with anger

  • The difference between anger underscored by fear, vs. anger underscored by Truth.

  • The responsibility we all have to learn how to tap into WISE anger and to teach it to the next generation

  • How to understand what our anger is trying to tell us so we can take constructive action

E.27: The Joy, Pleasure & Fun of Good Food

with Suzanne Podhaizer

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Episode Notes:

Suzanne is a chef and educator, and she brings her love of good food and her understanding of the multidimensional aspects that create extraordinary food. She shares her passion for food and provides great inspiration for:

  • How to have more fun in the kitchen and lose the fear that you’ll ruin your dish

  • Some basic skills that will make you a better cook and what’s a great way to stretch your creativity

  • How to develop the skill for creating dishes that taste extraordinary

  • What a chef thinks about the difference between cooking with ingredients bought locally and seasonally, vs. cooking with foods from the grocery store

You can contact Suzanne and learn more about her cooking classes through her Facebook page: Every Table VT

E.26: Anger: Constructive or Destructive?

with Brendan Kelly

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Episode Notes:

Brendan Kelly shares with us the Chinese Medicine wisdom on anger. In this conversation we touch on:

  • What is anger?

  • What’s the healthy, appropriate and constructive expression of anger?

  • What happens when we stifle or suppress our anger?

  • Why our world itself seems to be angry…

  • The force of anger in social change… from oppression of minorities to global warming…

  • What we can do today to channel our anger.

To learn more about Brendan’s work, you can visit his website; and to read more about his book, The Yin & Yang of Climate Change and purchase it you can visit the book’s website.

E.25: Living Your Purpose

with Melani Marx

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Episode Notes:

Melani Marx know about living one’s purpose. She is one of the boldest people I know as her purpose is one that is definitely off the beaten path! She shares with us:

  • What it means to live IN purpose… and not just “finding your purpose” as in finding your calling in life

  • How your purpose may change from one moment to the next ;-)

  • What practices help you move into alignment with your purpose

  • The impact on your life of living in alignment with purpose

  • The signs that you’re not in alignment… and so much more

To find more about Melani and her work, you can visit her website.

E.24: Music, Travel & Finding Balance

with Ryan Montbleau

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Episode Notes:

Ryan Montbleau shares his insights on finding balance and wellbeing when life is in constant motion, as is the norm in the life of a musician. He talks about:

  • The role of music in his own life

  • How he’s found home after years on the road and his insights on the consequences of being single-focused on his career for so long.

  • The things that help him stay balanced… meditation, water, home, friends...

  • How as an artist, he taps into the flow of life that manifests as his art… the balance between present, allowing ideas to flow to him AND the practice of showing up to do the work…

  • Check out his upcoming tour dates and venues at RyanMontbleau.com

E.23: What Laughter Teaches Us About Living & Dying

with Jennifer Mathews, MA

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Episode Notes:

Death and laughter are not two words that we often string together, but Jen Mathews does a brilliant job of teaching how laughter, and in particular Laughter Yoga, is a therapeutic tool not just for life but for navigating the difficult experience of death and loss.

Jen touches on:

For more information on her workshop and to read her blog, you can go to her website: JenniferMathews.com

E.22: Money Traps & the Keys to Overcome Them

with Rev. Karen Russo

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Episode Notes:

What if money is NOT the root of all evil and that in fact your relationship with money can be just as spiritual as going to church? What if your money issues are really faith issues?

Rev. Karen Russo talks about our relationship with money and the Divine as one and she presents 3 core money myths (or money traps) that keep many people stuck in their money woes. For each myth, she also presents a set of keys or practices to overcome them.

To learn more about Rev. Karen, her books and her work, you can go to her website: TheMoneyKeys.com

E.21: Part II - Healing the Body with Sound & Electricity

with Eileen Day McKusick

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Episode Notes:

In this part of our conversation Eileen dives into specific topics, such as:

  • How she detects depression and bipolar, and what she can do about it

  • What group Biofield Tuning calls are like and why they work

  • How most people carry shame and hate energy —whether they own it or they’re projecting it onto others

  • What the emotion of hate does to the heart

  • Autoimmune conditions and their link to self-love

  • How the body exchanges information with the environment through water

  • How many people view self-love and self-care as selfish and why that’s a distortion

To learn more about Eileen, find a Biofield Tuning practitioner or sign up for one of Eileen’s Biofield Tuning calls, you can go to her website.

E.20: Healing the Body with Sound & Electricity

with Eileen Day McKusick

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Episode Notes:

Eileen talks about the immediate and direct effect of using sound frequencies to produce healing in the body. How Biofield Tuning can detect and shift different energy blocks, emotional patterns, and health issues.

Eileen touches on:

  • How your energy field has different viscosities that can be detected and shifted with a tuning fork

  • How different emotions can also be detected in the field

  • You the energy field around you holds information about your memories

  • How different sounds have positive or negative effects on the body

  • How your body is truly an electrical entity and how your heart constantly broadcasts the different frequencies of what you’re feeling

To learn more about Eileen and Biofield Tuning, you can visit her website.