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The Transcendent Mind The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing with Sunita Pattani
Does contemporary psychotherapy really work in healing the various types of emotional damage that many experience throughout their lives? Or is it only putting a small band-age on a much bigger problem? Author Sunita Pattani writes in her new book, The Transcendent Mind: The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing, that without under-standing the connection between mind, body and spirit, we can never be wholly healed. The integration of the spiritual with the science of traditional psychology can lead to a deeper and transcendent understanding of our existence and purpose, allowing us to live fuller and more meaningful lives.
The Transcendent Mind takes the reader through the four elements of the Transcendent Healing Process, which includes the role of nutritional healing, and how healing our body can accelerate the process of healing our minds. She also discusses in length the phenomena of both near-death experiences and out-of-body experiences and why they contribute to the understanding of the nature of our own reality.
For those in the Washington DC area you have a great opportunity to see Sunita in person.
On the Thursday, the 30th of April she will be conducting The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing Workshop at Alchemists Books and Gifts in Richmond VA and on
Saturday the 2nd of May she will be speaking about The Transcendent Mind - Emotional Healing: The Complete picture at The Sacred Circle Bookstore in Alexandria VA.
For more information about Sunita and her appearances visit: http://www.sunitapattani.com/
Does contemporary psychology really work in healing the various types of emotional damage than many encounter in their lives, or is it merely putting a small bandage on a much larger problem? This week's guest, Sunita Pattani, answers that and more in her new book, The Transcendent Mind.
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Welcome to the Ways to Wellbeing radio show. I’m your host, Miriam Henke, and in this show we explore different types of therapies that can help you improve your health and wellbeing. As a health psychologist, I'm always interested in what can help people feel better, be healthier and live a fulfilling life.
Today's topic is Wellbeing in South Australia, and joining me to discuss what makes this state so special is Adelaide Wellbeing and Ways to Wellbeing Director, Gina Stamas.
There's something special about Adelaide as a city, and South Australia as a state that is grounding and promotes a greater sense of wellbeing. Gina discusses with me what that special something is, what wellbeing is all about, and how individuals can enhance wellbeing. We talk about positive psychology, happiness, natural therapies, self-care and so much more.
Gina is a parent, successful businesswoman, and an advocate for natural medicine and mental health.
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Visit www.adelaidewellbeing.com.au and www.waystowellbeing.com.au.
Today we launch the new Ways to Wellbeing radio show, with host Miriam Henke. In our premier show, we talk with Ways to Wellbeing founder and director, Gina Stamas. Gina shares her vision for Ways to Wellbeing, a bit about her personal story and why she's so passionate about natural therapies.
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Hi, I'm your Ways to Wellbeing radio host Miriam Henke, health psychologist and life coach, with a passion for integrative medicine and mind-body healing. Ways to Wellbeing is all about exploring ALL the different ways to wellbeing, health and happiness.
Today's episode I am joined by Bridget Hogg, to discuss how to enhance psychological wellbeing, & how this can have flow on benefits.
Bridget Hogg specialises in creating wellbeing at work – & improving wellbeing in those seeking their next job role. She is Principal Consultant of HR Development at Work – Adelaide’s attraction, retention and change management consultancy. Bridget offers Resilience at Work strengths coaching using the RAW scale (developed and benchmarked in Australia) and runs wellbeing workshops and programs which improve psychological wellbeing. Bridget is a Practitioner of NLP and neuro-semantics, with a background in psychology (BSc Hons, MSc), and postgraduate qualifications in management and marketing.
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How can we emotionally heal through an awareness of the Transcendent Mind? Psychotherapist Sunita Pattani explores how the link between science, spirituality and phenomena such as near-death experiences reveal the keys to long-term emotional healing and a much more peaceful life. Sunita is the author of the new book The Transcendent Mind: The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing, as well as her 2012 book My Secret Affair with Chocolate Cake: The Emotional Eater's Guide to Breaking Free.
Sunita has degrees in Mathematics, Science and Education, a Postgraduate Certificate in Education and an advanced diploma in Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapeutic Counselling. She runs a psychotherapy practice and frequently speaks and conducts workshops. Sunita is a regular blogger for The Huffington Post.
Sunita's web site: SunitaPattani.com
Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.
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