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Do you view yourself in a less than positive manner? Are there parts of you, or your life, that you avoid dealing with, or even thinking about? Are you really hard on yourself when you make a mistake, or aren’t perfect?
If you answered yes to any, or all of these questions, you’re probably in the need of a healthy dose of self-acceptance.
In this podcast, we learn that self acceptance is simply a way of looking at ourselves and our lives and assessing what’s working and what’s not. True self acceptance allows us to see all of our assets as well as our character flaws in a non-judgmental way.
Self acceptance requires us to challenge the story we tell ourselves about ourselves. It invites us to objectively look at our lives, and our beliefs. And it allows us to sort through them and then begin to decipher what is actually true and what is not.
In the end, we discover that self acceptance is self love. And ultimately, it is the realization that love is not obtained from outside of ourselves, and if love is what we seek, it is our responsibility to begin by looking within.
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Are you someone who hopes for the best, but prepares for the worst, so that if the worst happens you aren’t disappointed? Do you find yourself feeling anxious, not anticipation, but actual anxiety, when you’re waiting for some piece of information, or something to happen, be it good or bad? Would you, or others, classify you as a worrier?
Many of us grew up with people in our families who worried incessantly, and through the power of example, or osmosis, we also developed the tendency to agonize over what the future might hold. We desperately want positivity in our lives, or at least positive outcomes, and yet we know, deep down that we have limited power over what ultimately happens to us, and thus we fret over the possibility that things may not work out as we wish. Our view of life, at least at times, becomes overwrought with fear. We want what we want, but the fear of it not happening takes over our thoughts in the form of worry.
In this podcast, we will talk about how worry does not serve our overall sense of wellbeing, nor does it affect outcomes. We will learn that it only saps us of precious mental and emotional strength, thus it is merely wasted energy.
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Do you have people in your life that you hold grudges against? Do you look back at your life and feel resentment and anger for what was done to you in the past? Do you feel like people, and situations, from long ago, or maybe even not so ago, have kept you from living the life you desire and being the person you truly want to be?
If so, you may be participating in the blame game. It is a game that many of us play, and we’re probably not even aware that we are doing so. And more importantly, it’s one that only serves to keep us stuck, that inhibits our ability to move forward and to create our dreams.
In this podcast, I am joined by Divya Parekh (www.divyaparekh.com), the founder of The DP Group, who has over 25 years of rich and varied experience as a university associate professor, scientist, biotechnology professional and global leadership wellness coach, as we talk about how letting go of blame can be a powerful catalyst for getting us out of the ruts that many of us find ourselves in.
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Are you perfectly happy with everything in our life? Are you exactly the person you always thought you would be? Have you created the life of your dreams? Can you look at yourself, and your life, and if asked if you would like to change anything, you can honestly say no?
If that’s you, if you are living out your dreams and you are completely satisfied with every aspect of yourself, then ignore this podcast and go about being and doing what you’re being and doing. You don’t need to waste your time on this.
But the reality is that that isn’t most of us. And if truth be told, it probably isn’t any of us. Who doesn’t have at least some aspect of ourselves or our lives that we wouldn’t like to change, or improve on some level?
Yet for whatever reason, a great many of us find ourselves stuck when it comes to change. We avoid it at all cost and often simply don’t do it until it becomes too painful not to. And when we do finally reach the decision to make that change, many of us find it challenging and we simply give up.
In this podcast, we will talk about how those of us who feel stuck, likely find ourselves there because of our inability to accept people, places, things and events. We will delve into the idea that through learning to accept, we can then more clearly see all of the options before us, and more efficiently make the changes in our live that lead us to who we desire to be and lives we wish to lead.
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Do you appreciate what you have in your life, or are you someone that is always looking for the next best thing? Do you find yourself letting things pass you by because you’re afraid that you’ll miss out on something better? Do you find yourself frustrated, and maybe even a little angry, at life because you feel like it isn’t providing you with what you need to make you happy?
Most of us would likely hear these questions and think to ourselves, “Well that’s not me. Yeah, sometimes I wish things were better than they are now, but I don’t complain like that.”
The thing is, although most of us don’t see ourselves as whiny complainers, and for the most part we truly aren’t, even when scarcity subtly creeps into our beliefs and attitudes about ourselves and our lives, it can have a huge impact on our thoughts, our choices and our actions.
In this podcast we will learn that when we do not appreciate what we have, we make it that much harder for life to show up in ways that fulfill our dreams. It is through appreciation, that we open up space for ourselves to let abundance fully show up.
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Have you ever said or done something that you wish you wouldn’t have, so much so that if you never had to think of it again, that would be too soon for you? Have you done things, or had things happen to you in the past that are almost unspeakable in your mind? Have you pushed these instances away and hoped and prayed that no one ever found out about them? Has anyone, at any point in your life, made you to feel that something that you’ve said or done, or even something that was done to you without your consent, was so bad that you began to think that it wasn’t the circumstance that was wrong, that it was you, yourself that was wrong, or unworthy?
Every single one of us has likely felt at least one, if not more than one, of these things at some point in our lives. And what we were feeling was shame.
In this podcast we will discover that shame only serves to close things off, to shut us down, to force terrible feelings into the darkness, where we hope they cannot be seen, heard or felt. And that the more we give over to the darkness, the darker our thoughts, and our lives, become. We will learn that shame is one of the most harmful things humans have visited upon themselves.
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Do you have a desire to be happy, but just can’t seem to make it come your way? Do you have happy moments, but can’t seem to hold on to them? Do you feel like you should be happy, but something is simply missing to bring it about?
Many of us exist in a world where we feel we are missing something in our lives. And what we believe we’re missing is happiness.
In this podcast we will discuss that seeking to be happy all of the time is likely leading us to unhappiness. We will learn that, although happiness is a wonderful feeling, it is not really possible to be happy all of the time, and that our real goal isn't happiness, it is something much more attainable, and far more valuable in the end.
What can you do if your car a gas guzzler? As the price of petroleum continues to rise, many people are converting their cars and motorcycles to electric powered vehicles. Clean transportation enthusiast, Ben Nelson has developed a “Do It Yourself” series to teach people with minimal skills how to build their own electric car. Ben’s educational videos make converting your old gas guzzler easy regardless of whether you are a mechanic or your only experience has been with matchbox cars! Ben covers everything you need to know from battery selection, the motor, controller, adapter plate and other minor parts!
Ben is a natural born guru! While he had no formal training in electric vehicle design before beginning his first project, he quickly learned how to build “EV’s” (electronic vehicles) through a combination of hands-on work, informal apprenticeships, and enough library books to literally wear out his library card. He has presented his electric vehicles at many venues, including the Mother Earth Fairs and being the best attended presentation at the Midwest Renewable Energy Fair. He has also been a collaborator on the Open Revolt project, which makes low-cost electric vehicle motor controllers available to everyone.
In addition to his passion for clean transportation, Ben has also designed and built projects for renewable energy, water conservation, and alternative heating and cooking methods. He teaches these ideas and techniques to others through blogs, web videos, and instructional DVDs.
In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Ben Nelson about how to Build Your Own Electric Car and Motorcycle. Stay tuned!
Most pet parents are opting to make their own pet food because of the issues with pet food recalls and incorporation of euthanized animals in the pet foods available on the market. However, making your own pet food is not that easy. There are certain foods you cannot feed your pets and making your own food doesn't always guarantee that your pet will eat it. In addition, meals must be nutritionally balanced which is often a huge problem for many pet parents, especially if they are not given proper guidance. Susan Thixton, Founder of TruthAboutPetFood.com, a world renowned authority on pet food has created a cookbook along with Dr. Cathy Alinovi, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. The best-selling book, Dinner PAWsible, has been a huge success by pet parents around the globe. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Susan Thixton and Dr. Cathy Alinovi about how you can make your own balanced and nutritious pet food.
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The DIY Revolution & Why You Should Join it!
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Karen Lynn has the Viking join her on the show this week and they discuss the DIY Revolution and Why You Should be on it! Karen Lynn was inspired to do this show when Cat from the Herbal Prepper called them the DIY Duo! The Viking and her have a ton of DIY Projects and they wanted to share a little bit about them in this podcast with all of you!
They discuss Karen Lynn’s no sew fleece blankie, her homemade pine cone wreath’s, and how simple and easy is it to not only make DIY gifts for
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Toxins are everywhere today! They are in our food, our water and our air. Shari Weller is a “mom on a mission” to educate people about the benefits of a clean approach to wellness. Shari became serious about eliminating toxins from her own life almost four years ago and she has never felt better! In this great interview, Shari gives you her tips for transforming your health and your life.
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