• Tragic Loss to Looking Up

    Have you had to deal with a recent tragedy you can’t seem to accept? After two tragic suicides struck Carey Conley and her daughter, Laurel Wilson, teamed up to write the book, “Keep Looking Up”. Being forced into change has given them both a different outlook on life. They are now continuously working on projects and speaking on stages around the world to talk about their story. Losing someone to suicide unexpectedly or even feeling suicidal yourself can be hard to get through. Don’t skip out on this life changing session!

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • How to find your vision and purpose after tragedy
    • How to deal with feelings and emotions when you’ve lost someone to suicide
    • What to do after a tragedy happens in your life

  • On the Other Side of Healing and Forgiveness

    Are you ready to release those negative emotions you’ve been holding on to for far too long?  Julie Jacky is an Emotional Freedom Technique Practitioner, Coach, Speaker, and the Author of “On the Other Side” which is going to be released late spring of 2020. Emotional Freedom Technique, also known as Tapping, is known to reduce stress and to help release any emotions you have yet to process!  Tune in and learn how this technique can help you release your negative emotions. 

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • Techniques to reduce stress
    • How to get rid of emotions that have been running your life
    • How to release emotions that you haven’t processed yet
  • Living Life During a Crisis

    Has this pandemic instilled some fear into your life? Are you starting to feel more anxious and just don’t know how to deal with it? Dr. Roberta Fraser has many roles in her life ranging from Psycho Therapist, Author, Life Coach, and doing over 40 years of Crisis Response, to now being the founder of a non-profit called Inner Fitness Gyms. It’s time we throw out the fear, have some trust, and start doing what we need to do to get the world through this.

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • How to stay calm during stressful situations
    • What we should be learning from the COVID-19 pandemic
    • How to throw away fear and come together as a community
  • It’s Okay to be Exactly Where You’re at Right Now

    Are you feeling all over the place right now? Did life take a sharp, fast turn, that you weren’t ready for? When unexpected change occurs in life, fear arises and it’s easy to get lost in it. Autumn Shields is coming to you from her heart and her own experiences, to give advice on how to process your daily thoughts and emotions, especially during COVID-19. Tune in and learn how to reclaim your power and have control over your life again!

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • How to process daily thoughts and emotions
    • How to take a step back and reevaluate
  • Insight from the Hawaiian Culture on Living Alive

    How are you navigating life? Why is Hawaii named the “happiest” state in America? Kale Ka`alekahi shares about the Hawaiian Culture and how he thinks it positively impacts stress levels. Kale’s parents worked for the US Embassy which allowed him to grow up in many places around the world. He has been involved with cultural practice since a young age and continues to this day with Halau Na Hanona Kulike o Pi’ilani. Tune in to better understand the Hawaiian culture and how it can help you learn to live more alive!

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • How different cultures navigate life
    • The Hawaiian culture
    • How culture can impact stress levels
  • Overcoming Trauma to Living Alive

    Are you on a journey to success and self-discovery but you’re finding yourself continuously running into a wall? Have the burdens of past identities and trauma been following you?  Anthony Treas is an Iraq veteran, who struggled with PTSD, anxiety, and depression. He also suffered from abuse as a child. This led him to years of research and educating himself to be able to overcome his conditions.  Now he helps other men do the same!  Anthony Treas talks about how the brain affects what you hold on to and how that can change the way you perceive not only yourself, but the world around you. It’s easy to feel lost when you don’t understand what’s blocking you. Tune in and learn how to keep your ears open to better understand yourself and what could be keeping you from reaching your full potential!

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • How the brain affects what you hold on to
    • How to understand what’s blocking you
    • How to better understand yourself and reach your full potential
  • 50 Fun Things

    Do you ever catch yourself questioning where you are in life or whether or not you’ve done “enough?” Are you ready to learn to live in the moment and enjoy life in a different way?  What started off as a list of fifty fun things Teresa Thomas wanted to do, has turned into a book and workshops that now help people all over the world. Teresa helps people slow down and enjoy the small things in life which also inspired her to write her book, “50 Fun Things”.  Tune in and learn how to take charge now!!

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • How live in the moment
    • How to slow down
    • Learn to enjoy the small things in life
  • Understanding Your Thoughts and Emotions During this Pandemic

    Are you finding your emotions and thoughts all over the place due to the pandemic? Many jobs have been lost, normal liberties have been stripped and we are lingering in uncertainty!  Allison Douglas Guerrero received her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in trauma studies from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Tune in and learn how achieving whole health can only occur after one accounts for the functioning of the mind, body and spirit in conjunction.

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • Tools to cope with periods of grief
    • How to relieve negative emotions you or the people closest to you may be dealing with daily
    • How the mind, body and spirit work together to achieve whole health
  • Color Your World

    Have you ever thought about how the colors you are around everyday can affect you? Do you believe that the colors you eat, wear, drink, or surround yourself with can change how you’re feeling or how you act?  Betsy Karp is a health and wellness counselor, who also uses color theory to educate others on how the colors we surround ourselves with affect our emotions and how we live our everyday lives. She has certifications from Columbia University Teachers College, The Institute of Integrative Nutrition in Health Counseling, and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Tune in and learn how color can help you live your life alive.

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • How colors affect our emotions
    • How color can heal your spirit, attitude, and mindset
    • Asking yourself what emotion you need more of every day and how color can fix that void
  • Letting Go of the Old and Letting the New Transform You

    Jen Mavros is a socially conscious, creative entrepreneur, who has devoted her life to being a loving force and a guiding voice for positive change. She is the hostess of one of the top ranked Spiritual podcasts, The Jen Mavros Show, as well as the creator of Loving Business Forward and Loving Humanity Forward movements. Do you feel like you were meant for something different but you’re scared of what the unknown holds? Are you ready to let the “old” go and let the “new” transform you? Don’t miss out on expanding yourself and awakening your spirit.  

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • Stepping into new seasons of your life
    • Following the fire inside you
    • What it takes to shift your life in a different direction