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  • 00:30

    Kimberly Jonas Series continues on Quieting the Mind

    in Lifestyle

    You will be transformed by Kimberly Jonas' series on Quieting the Mind.

    If you are jumping into the middle of this, here's last week's session on Quieting the Mind that will get you caught up.


    On this show, we will discuss:

    Why we avoid quieting the mind

    The first, essential step required to start quieting the mind

    Specific techniques and practices

    Last week, we invited you to look at how technology crowds your life and choose ONE thing that you could remove so that you could start this practice of quieting the mind. We hope that was successful. We'll be talking more in depth today about additional practices and techniques.

    Before we do that, Kimberly would like to address a few topics that came up in our discussion last week:

    Working with our survival instinct
    The primary reason why we avoid slowing down and quieting the mind
    Why “sleeping on it” isn’t always helpful

    Before we talk about specific techniques, can you remind us about the essential step that comes before those techniques?

    I imagine that you see a lot of different sources of overload in your work. What are the most common sources of busy-ness and excess?

    So let’s talk now about specific techniques..... missteps and mistakes along the way?

    WEEK TWO- we discussed-

    The importance of quieting the mind in the our busy lives - rather than completely unplugging
    Letting go of our knee-jerk reactions
    The "culture of rudeness" that has cropped up as a result of our fast-paced society
    Taking charge and not allowing yourself to become a victim
    Practices for identifying sources of distraction and busy mind in your life

  • 00:58

    Soulfullpreneur Talk Radio - Special Guest Jonas Elrod

    in Spirituality

    Megan is soooo excited to talk with Jonas Elrod.  His documentary, "Wake Up", was an extremely supportive part of Megan's spiritual awakening.  Join us as we talk to Jonas about his awakening, producing his fabulous documentary and most importantly...what is Jonas he up to now??  

    Soulfullpreneur Radio - Inspiration, expression, abundance.  Spiritual business specialists Rachel Archelaus and Megan Crandlemire will bring you inspiring conversations with people who are living their soul purpose. Frequent guests include  psychic mediums, channelers, coaches, artists and authors. We end every show with psychic readings and business coaching – we welcome your questions about your spiritual business or life purpose journey. 

    Website: www.soulfullpreneur.com  
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/soulfullpreneur
    iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/soulfullpreneur-talk-radio/id931721117?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFIND9wvrgzwFQbk6s9Y95Q

  • 00:30

    Kimberly Jonas Series continues on Quieting the Mind

    in Lifestyle

    Kimberly Jonas Series continues on Quieting the Mind.

    Today's show focuses on The Mind::Body Connection plus Live Q&A.


    On this show, we will discuss:

    ·       How the mind and body are inextricably connected

    ·       The connection between a busy mind and illness – and how a quiet mind can help you to heal

    ·       Learning how to identify and listen to body cues


    Kimberly Jonas is a self-employed spiritual coach and inspirational author. After acting as a project manager and art director in the corporate world for nearly 10 years, she left in 2002 to teach conscious dance, meditation, and other mindful practices. She is the founder of BodyMantra, has her own line of healing essential oils, and recently self-published three volumes of poetry. www.kimberlyjonas.com.


  • 00:18

    Kimberly Jonas Series Quieting the Mind goes to the REVOLUTION stage

    in Lifestyle

    Kimberly Jonas Series wraps up Quieting the Mind and revs the revolution into a new phase. Remember, it takes three simple steps to start your own personal revolution:

    1. Make a bold decision to quiet the mind and say....YES, I'm in.

    2. Identify the sources that overwhelm you. Get very specific and pinpoint the issues.

    3. Dismantle those sources....then practice this new lifestyle of slowing down, breathing, balance and mental equilibrium.


    On this show, we will discuss:

    ·   Quieting the mind as a way of life, rather than a passing fad How to learn from your mistakes along the way·       Why repetition is essential

    ·       The personal commitment to quieting the mind and how it feeds into collective and cultural healing

    Kimberly Jonas is a self-employed spiritual coach and inspirational author. After acting as a project manager and art director in the corporate world for nearly 10 years, she left in 2002 to teach conscious dance, meditation, and other mindful practices.

    Let’s take a minute to recap the process that you’ve been sharing with us for quieting the mind. What are the specific steps one needs to take in order to move toward a quiet mind?

    It seems like people often come to quieting the mind only after they’ve been in crisis; it only comes into play when nothing else has worked. Kind of a last ditch effort. Why do you feel that that isn’t the best way to step into the practice of quieting the mind?People often give up before this sets in as a lifestyle. Why? And how to counteract that?Why is repetition so important?

    NOW...go out there and revolt against the noise, confusion, and fast pace. Quiet your mind and transform the rest of your life.

    This show is brought to you by the new and improved www.gracefully-yours.com lifestyle site.

  • 01:03

    Ep. 11: Raptors vs Cavaliers, Jonas Valancuinas Injury W/ Zarar Siddiqi

    in Sports

    It's a new episode of Coast 2 Coast! On this podcast I talked with Zarar Siddiqi. Siddiqi is a writer and podcaster at ESPN Truehoop Network's Toronto Raptors blog, www.RaptorsRepublic.com

    With The 9-6 Toronto Raptors defeating the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers, the Raptors return home to visit LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Raptors face a tough task filling the void at the center spot as Jonas Valancuinas fractured his hand in the game against the Lakers. He will be out for about six weeks. The Cavaliers also have their fair share of injuries as All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving, Iman Shumpert, Timofey Mozgov and Mo Williams remain out. Siddiqi and discuss what to expect as two of the Eastern Conference's goliaths face off for the first time this season.

  • 00:30

    Meet Judson Brewer MD PhD

    in Health

    On the Wednesday broadcast at 12 Noon PT/3PM ET October 28th, 2015 our special guest is Judson Brewer MD PhD, of Claritas Mind Sciences (@ClaritasMind).

    Judson Brewer MD PhD founder and research lead at Claritas Mind Sciences is a thought leader in the “science of self-mastery” with 15 years of experience in mindfulness training. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, spoken at international conferences, and his work has been featured at TEDx, Time magazine , Forbes, BBC, NPR, and others.

    Some of the topics we'll expore during the program include:

    What is Mindfulness?

    Why does it work on cravings & addictions?

    Tell me about the evidence that you have developed for smoking cessation.

    How is mindfulness different than other behavioral health approaches for cravings & addictions?

    What will you be working on after Smoking Cessation?

    Join co-hosts Fred Goldstein and Gregg Masters for an interesting exploration into the behavioral and population health connection.


  • 00:59

    A Talk with Elisa Medhus, MD

    in Self Help

    What is it like to die? How do spirits communicate with the living? On this week's radio show, my guest is Elisa Medhus, MD and she'll be sharing insights from a raw and compassionate memoir, My Life after Death: A Memoir from Heaven. This story begins on the fateful day when 20 year old Erik Medhus took his own life. What follows is Erik's moment by moment account of his death, transition, and the new life he discovers in the afterlife - told in his own words as channeled by renowned medium Jamie Butler and transcribed by Erik's mother Elisa.
    We'll also play an encore segment of my interview with author and teacher Neale Donald Walsch.

    The conversations begin Sunday at noon EST on 88.7FM, WICR and worldwide at richardbrendan.com.

  • 00:53

    January Jones-Finding Your Road with Daniel Patrick

    in Entrepreneur

    Patrick Daniel is the author of 'Finding Your Road to Success - How to get there without getting lost', a self-help motivational and inspirational book aimed at shattering the notion that success is a myth.

    Patrick became something close to independently wealthy by the tender age of 30. But what is even more admirable about Patrick is that he realized at a young age that true success is achieving goals that are more than monetary.

    As a successful chartered accountant and owner of his own accounting company, the author's credentials are unquestionably well suited for this book.

    'Finding Your Road to Success' is a must-read for anyone who needs a shot of optimism. "Life is filled with solutions, not problems" is at the core of Patrick's "glass half-full" attitude, and you'll find this attitude with every turn of the page.


  • 00:28

    Kimberly Jonas Series continues on Quieting the Mind

    in Lifestyle

    Kimberly Jonas Series continues on Quieting the Mind.

    This show is presented by Gracefully-Yours cards and journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for more information.

  • 02:00

    The Patrick Shaffer Show | Season 2 | Ep. 38

    in Current Events

    Today we’ll discuss: the Paris/Mali attacks, Top 10 Rappers of All-Time, Olivia Pope, Charlie Sheen, FaithGiving, & more …….. 

  • 00:16

    FLAACOs 2015: Meet Farzad Mostashari MD

    in Health

    At the 2nd Annual gathering of the Florida Association of ACOs, Aledade Founder and CEO Farzad Mostashari, MD makes a compelling argument for both the business model (outcomes dependent) and rationale for the entire ACO industry as principal catalyst of the transformation.

    Listen as my colleague Fred Goldstein chats with this visionary physician who nails the value prop and challenge before the healthcare industry's transformation from a volume based to value oriented ecosystem. 

    Produced and directed by Gregg Masters for Health Innovation Media.