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Have you ever told someone something personal and had them go off and tell someone else? Have you had someone in your life, that you truly thought had your best interest at heart, or at least should have had your best interest at heart, violate you in some manner?
Most of us have felt this on at least some level. We’ve had our trust violated. Yet we operate in a world of relationships and often have to rely on others in myriad ways. And like it or not, it requires a certain amount of trust.
In this podcast, we take on the importance of learning to trust. We learn that that trust is a skill that has to be developed, and that a true sense of wellbeing in our lives is dependant on developing that healthy sense of trust.
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Is your life not where you want it to be, and you look at everyone else around you and think, Wow how is it they seem to have it all together? Do you feel stuck, like you’re in a rut, and you can’t understand why others seem to be able to move forward, but you can’t? Do you try to keep it all together, to be like a juggler and keep all of those different balls in the air, only to find yourself exhausted and feeling like a failure? And really, if you’re being honest, you’re only doing it because you don’t want others to think that you can’t?
Many of us go through life feeling tired and weary. We’re trying to do it all, or at least appear we are, and it about wears us down. We do so because we think that’s what’s expected from us in life. Everyone else seems to be able to do it, so we probably should too. Yet all we feel is trapped, in lives and situations that aren’t even exactly what we want. We just stay on that hamster wheel because we think it’s what’s expected of us. It’s how we measure up.
In this podcast, we take a look at how constantly comparing ourselves to others often results in us feeling bad about ourselves. As we compare ourselves to those around us, we see the seemingly perfect lives of others, and we just can’t understand why they can have it, but we can’t.
But if we look a bit deeper, we soon discover that we can never truly know what’s going on in other people’s lives, no matter how it appears. Just because things appear to be idyllic on the surface doesn’t mean it is in actuality.
And when all is said and done, we learn to simply focus on our own forward motion. Because in the end, our growth, our personal evolution, is the true sign of a life lived successfully.
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In this podcast, we delve into a subject that can be both intimidating, and downright uncomfortable for many people. We are talking about spirituality.
This conversation is not based on any specific religious beliefs, spiritual practices or dogma. It is also not meant to persuade you in one way or another when it comes to your spiritual beliefs – whether you have them or not.
It is an attempt to take a different look at spirituality, and how at least considering it, might play and important role in each of our personal development. Its aim is to help us understand our true essence.
Its purpose is to help us understand that who we really are, isn’t rooted in all of the messiness that comes with being human, and to open us up to a new resource that we can to go to, to give us some relief from all of the hardships we face. And we learn that instead of trying to solve our problems using the same energy that is creating them, we can now tap into our true selves.
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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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When you find yourself in a difficult situation, are you one that faces it head on, or do you use every trick in your bag to evade it? Are you a person that avoids pain at all costs? Do you fear that if the worst comes to fruition, that you’ll never be able to survive it – that it could just be the last straw?
There are a lot of us out there that try our darndest to dodge pain and discomfort any way we can. It is painful when we desire things to be a certain way and life seems to simply conspire against us. And it’s easy to think that challenges, and the pain that often accompanies them, might just break us.
But maybe our thinking is off base. Maybe the pain we are feeling isn’t going to be our undoing. Maybe it’s the opposite. Maybe what life is throwing at us is simply resistance to make us stronger.
In this podcast, we discover that the difficulties life throws at us aren’t necessarily roadblocks that we have to work around, but they are actually opportunities to grow, to build own strength.
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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.
S. Ward Heinrichs Esq., talks with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith about the California laws regarding employees who drive. Ward is a shareholder and named partner of the San Diego based employment law firm, Backstrom & Heinrichs, Attorneys at Law, APC. He is a frequent guest on Big Blend Radio. Watch for his article about California Employment Laws regarding Transportation in the upcoming April issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.
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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.
Please tune in as we speak with one of Atlanta's funniest comedianne... Ms. Wallzstreet is a multifaceted entertainer and has been dubbed as the one and only Karaoke Queen. She has performed as an actress, comedienne, poet, mistress of ceremony and model. Her unique flavor and flare that is seen today during her high energy performances consists of a unique mixture of colloquial flavor from the north and the south. She has performed at Café 290 as the house comedian, Sister’s in Spanx 1-2, Jerry Farber’s Side Door, Atlanta Punchline, JSpot in LA, and at the elite Presidential election party given at Paschals. Her more recent work includes being a feature for, ”So You Wanna’ Laugh”, being a headliner for Starbuck Conyers Comedy, Charessa Sawyer Tabletalk series, Hotseat Urban Media 1420 a.m , Mjnetwork clean comedy showcase, BGE100 blog radio comedy show, Loud Mouth Radio, C Nathanial Brown Show & the Larry Love Show. show your support
Amber Sheriff will be my wonderful guest this coming Thursday at 8 pm EST. She will be sharing her recipe for a great DIY fish food created by her. Amber is a very qualified aquarist and has been on my show numerous times. So come tune in to this wonderful show here on the Euphoric Network's Euphoric Aquatics. If you have any questions on topic please call in at 1-347-677-1837 and just ask away. Hope to hear from you Thyursday!
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!
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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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