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  • 00:23

    Deb and Stew Phase 2 week 7

    in Self Help

    subpersonalitys.... we with our group dove a little deeper in to this topic whitch brought up sexuality, we suggested throwing in the positive about them selfs and passing it on to the group.


    We have room Jun 27 Sat partners group if your interested 930 am to 330pm

    please call 416 255 5900 and book.

  • 01:44

    Finally Discovered How My Recovery Happened

    in Education

    Since my brain injury 37 years ago, I have always wondered why I have done so well over the years?  At last week's Southwest Conference on Disability, I did two presentation that helped to answer that question. Creating a Quality of Life for People with Brain Injuries - Using Neuroplasticity, Mindfullness Meditation and Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction.  Recent research has determined that “Neuroplasticity has replaced the formally-held position that the brain is a physiological static organ, and explores how - and which ways – the brain changes throughout life”. Neuroplasticity occurs on a variety of levels, ranging from cellular changes due to learning, to large-scale changes involved in cortical remapping in response to injury. The role in neuroplasticity is widely recognized in healthy development, learning, memory, and recovery from brain damage. Decades off research have now shown that substantial changes occur in the lowest neocortical processing areas, and that these changes can profoundly alter the pattern of neuronal activation in response to experience. Neuroscientific research indicates that experience can actually change both the brain’s physical structure (anatomy) and functional organization (physiology). Neuroscientists are currently engaged in a reconciliation of critical period studies demonstrating the immutability of the brain after development with the more recent research showing how the brain can, and does, change in response to hitherto unsuspected stimuli".

    Playing baseball increased my neuroplasticity through exercise, practice and repetition. Mindfulness Therapy was how I kept my poise while pitching. Mindfulness is all about staying focused, thinking ahead and knowing the situations, staying calm, relaxed and in control (resilience in the face of adversity).

    Neuroplasticity and Minfulness = Baseball.

  • 00:28

    BeSimply...GivingTree {Mindfulness}

    in Culture

    Join 'She' for the GivingTree. ‘She’ will shine a light on minfulness within giving and receiving. Work that builds, regenerates and grows community. Exploring being of service with the earth, heart, hands and community.

    Shining a Light on Grandmother Tree Meditation May 11, 2014 (eternal connect at anytime)

    Music The Great Arya Tara by Nawang Khechog

    There is a Wind by the Album Leaf

    Hand to Hand  Giving...to those impacted by the Mudslides in Washington State. Church of the Earth

    Sacred Fire Foundation

    Service Space

    Suzanne Toro

    Sessions with 'She'

  • 01:31

    Mindfulness and Nutrition and their effect on A.D.H.D.

    in Self Help

    Please join me this coming Sunday, February 23, 2014, at 4:00pm, PST, as I welcome Laurice to the program. Laurice is a member of my adult ADHD support group, and a private coaching client. She has been working on emotional individuation, mindfulness, and nutrition, and has seen tremendous growth. Laurice is a 33 year old female, who will discuss her struggles and triumphs over the negative symptoms related to ADHD. Please feel free to call into the show with questions for Miss ADD, and Laurice, (917) 889-7025

  • 01:31

    The Search for Natural Techniques for A.D.H.D.

    in Self Help

    Please join me this coming Sunday, January 19, 2014, 4:00pm, PST, as I welcome Jason Alster to the program. Jason and I will be discussing natural techniques for ADHD. Jason joins us from the east coast, Conneticut, where he works as an ADD coach. Jason is an author, and created a movie, titled, "Being in Control: Natural Solutions for ADD, Dyslexia, and Test Anxiety." In addition to coaching, Jason helps his clients develop study strategies, relaxed concentration skills, memory techniques, time management, test taking strategies, and more. Please, call in and ask Jason questions, (917) 889-7025. It should be a wonderful show!!

  • 01:30

    “Zen Hacks” Mindfulness for the A.D.H.D. Brain!!

    in Self Help

    Please join me this Sunday December 15, 2013, at 4:00pm, PST, as I welcome Alan Brown to my program. Alan is an A.D.H.D. Coach, and the creator of acclaimed ADD Crusher™ videos. Alan and I will be discussing the benefits of mindfulness for the A.D.H.D. brain. Alan will provide us with an understanding of the power WE hold over outside circumstances by virtue of understanding and controlling our inner voice. Leave this interactive presentation with a “toolbox” of powerful, yet easy-to-implement “brain-hacks” that can be put to work immediately.

  • 00:32

    Episode 3: Self-Confidence: Embracing Mindfulness

    in Lifestyle

    Coach Diana continues here exploration with Self-nurturing=Self-Confidence=Law of Attraction.
    Embracing Mindfulness is continuing to embrace self-love and self-love.   Mindfulness is paying attention on purpose, being aware of our actions, our surroundings.  When Buddah was once asked what he and his desciples practiced, he answered "We sit, we walk, we eat." "Doesn't everyone  sit, walk and eat?" to which he replied "Yes, but when we sit we know we are sitting, when we  walk we know we are walking, and we eat we know we are eating."  So this is the mindfulness in our life a sense of "witnessing" of the moment in our life. 
    The main focus today will be in how minfulness is a way of noticing our life learning about the nuances around us  that will make us aware of self.
    Stop resisting life, let moments happen as they are.  When you are not mindful you live life without knowing the specialty of the moment.  We live life striving for what's next, instead of savoring the wonderful aroma of the present.
    Tune in Friday, June 24, 2011 at 1:00 pm MDT and 4:00pm EDT.
    Coach Diana Rosen

  • 01:01

    Who Stole The Soul ? The good ole days

    in Spirituality

    Clarence Holman will be hosting today. Who stole the soul , what happened to the good ole days, who ever said that those days are better than these days? My music was better than yours, the children in my day would never do that,we living in the last days ! I would never want to live in the past, and there is no possible way to do it anyway.We seem to always want something different and instead of appreciating what we have, I bet money no matter what time some of us were born or the conditions under which we were born would we have been satisfied. Where did the dissatisfaction start or is the past better than our NOW? Maybe we should spend some time addressing our now and finding a way to appreciate our present and learn to overcome our perceptions on how everything is better anytime but NOW.Maybe we mean everything was better when our family unit appeared tight, when we were not afraid to walk the streets,and when life seemed easier. Join me at 11am CST to discuss our topic of the day.

  • 00:59

    THE MINDFULNESS CODE with Donald Altman

    in Spirituality

    The price we pay for today's fast-paced life is often stress, anxiety, and depression. Drawing on ancient wisdom Donald Altman embraces practical and everyday techniques for experiencing a less encumbered and entangled state of being in his new book The Mindfulness Code.

    These techniques reactivate natural abilities you already possess. The four keys that unlock mindfulness are:

    1. The Body Key- replaces anxiety with peace and presence.
    2. The Mind Key - frees you from addictions and negativity.
    3. The Spirit Key - invites deep meaning and purpose.
    4. The Relationship Key- energizes your life's resources.

    Donald Altman presents practices for using each key toward contentment, confidence, and joy. These practices shift our mental and emotional perceptions by tapping into the healing powers of community and relationship, while exploring spiritual connection and galvanizing the body's natural "sense-abilities".

    Donald Altman is a psychotherapist, former Buddhist monk, and adjunct professor at Lewis and Clark College Graduate School and Portland State University.


  • 01:00

    The Mental Power Hour - MINDFULNESS (Part 2)

    in Self Help

    The Power Of MINDFULNESS - Continuing the discussion on Minfulness: Living in the Present Moment existing between two thoughts! Are you walking through life MENTALLY ASLEEP? 10 Warning Signs! 10 Powerful Benefits of Mindful Living! Multiple Scientific Studies support the effectiveness of Mindfulness practice - we'll discuss the powerful results of Mindfulness training as expressed in everyday life. Mindfulness improves your career, your business performance, your financial life, your social interaction, your relationships and love life, and can help you drastically change the mental and behavioral patterns keeping you from your fullest potential. We'll talk about books and movies that concern a Mindful lifestyle, and suggest techniques for practicing Mindfulness to enrich your life. CALL IN DURING THE SHOW to ask questions and get advice: (347) 884-9397