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Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder and CEO of Miclknight. I am a Full-Circle Health Coach, Author, Speaker, Teacher and passionate about healthy living.
Today's topic: January 2016, 3 weeks gone already!
Apology for tech diff 1/7 & 1/14
January almost gone
New Year's Resolutions
Webster's Dictionary: "The state of being resolute; a fixed purpose of determination; the state of acting with fixed purpose; firmness; the act of resolving or separating into component parts; the answer or solution to a problem..."
Common New Year's Resolutions:
Are you On/Off Target?
Feelings about decisions?
Stress Relieve: deep breathing....resting more and deeply
Weight Control: Food (eating less, healthier, more plant based foods; reduce or avoid sugars, read labels, no more than 10 - 11% of your caloric intake in Protein (plant or animal)
Do not loose weight, release it! Think, what happens when you loose something? Mind goes into search to find the item again!
Exercise, firm, tone, positive action words! Affirmations. Loving your body. Loving your looks. Knowing that beauty shines from within, then radiates to the outside!
Life Style Change: do it for 21 - 28 days, as this is the time it takes to form a new habit.
Leave the Past behind
Yesterday is History, Tomorrow is a Mystery, today is a Gift from God, that's why it's called the Present!
Founder and Pastor Quincy Carr speaks to new Now Faith Members
Lourdes B aka Sunydew and Co-Host Mr. Mel. will be discussing the new hit single 'LOUIE STORE' and the artist behind the music. also we will be announcing the next artist to be interviewed on sunday jan 17,2016 at 5;30pm by palying their track tonight , so listen in
Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder and CEO of Miclknight. I am an Educator, Speaker, Author, Full-Circle Health Coach and passionate about healthy and balanced living.
Last week: Emotional Balance, today 2/4 Spiritual Balance; next week 2/11 Physical Balance; 2/18 Mental Balance.
My favorite word is: Moderation in what ever we do. What I mean with Spritual Balance is to have something to look up to, for example Nature, Sounds, Yoga, God, Buddah, something where you can pull strength from.
Why is this so important? As a baby we had our parent(s) nurture us. As children, we made friends and enjoyed spending time with them, sharing, playing. As teens it started getting a bit more competitive, and as adults, we get lost at times, because the support we had has shifted in us, as we want to be self-sufficient, knowing the answers, being respected,
That's why we need a supreme being or something that grounds us, so we are balanced. Remember the muscle testing we did last week? Use it!
From my experience, my spritual life means being, doing, giving the best I can each and every day and get the strength and wisdom from above to know what it is. Ask yourself, what is it for you? Do you get guidance from somewhere you feel you want to tune in, listen, then head the thought, feeling, guidance you get? Do you feel a shift in your body, your mind, your soul? That's what a Spiritual Balance is for me. Then I test it and when it's solid, I follow the action to that thought.
Scott Bloom is the Traumatic Brain Injury Program Coordinator working within the Behavioral Health Services Division of the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA). He, has been with the WDVA since 2009 having previously retired from the Army, as a Chief Warrant Officer and Aviator. Today, he continues to serve the veteran community as a Certified Brain Injury Specialist and Veterans Service Officer. Scott has spent the last several years providing awareness trainings to thousands of individuals on Traumatic Brain Injury, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Military Culture across the state of Washington, as well as offering peer to peer mentorship to former service members suffering from the lasting effects of Brain Injury.
Mr. Bloom is also the Co-Chair for the Disability Rights Washington; Disability Advisory Council; a member of the Washington Traumatic Brain Injury Strategic Partnership Advisory Council, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), American Veterans (AMVETS), and the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers.
Front half of show is a featured guest. The second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire! Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and www.facebook.com/braininjuryradionetwork
New Year's Resolutions. I gave them up years ago since I realized I was making promises to myself I could not keep. Imagine being three days behind on a daily reading on January 4th, or buying belts one size larger on Valentine's Day, or being that bitchy angry person at home on Fourth of July.
Yeah, those New Year's Resolutions can really make a guy feel like a failure. However, there is something positive about starting something new in the New Year.
In this Episode of Enrichment 'Radio I discuss the pros and cons of New Year's Resolutions and ways we can all live with ourselves when we fail to live up to the promise we made to ourselves to be better, thinner, better educated, or whatever it was we promised we'd to or be on January 1st.