Mind, Body and Soul Show
Summary: We will attempt to demystify the realms of Mind, Body & Soul to bring you a more holistic and balanced way of living healthier in all realms of the psyche, the spirit and the body.
How do you react when someone pushes your buttons? Coach Steve Toth and Jo-Anne Cutler explain some of these relationship issues that become triggers for us later in life. http://myrxforliving.com
When President Obama wanted to meet with enemies, people thought that was odd, but you have to show love to the people you dislike the most to create more peace and harmony in life. To show hatred toward an enemy only compounds the hate, said Jo-Anne Cutler on the “Mind, Body and Soul,” show. Of course most of us aren’t in the position to effect as many people as the president, so the best way we can make a difference in the world is through our children. Jo-Anne Cutler, founder of http://theparentingshift.com is a personal trainer for emotional fitness. She is a speaker and author, too, who helps people connect spiritually, physically and emotionally with their children. She said that children are rich in spirituality, but by the time they become adults they can lose that spiritual connection with themselves, others, including their own children. Being able to connect on that level makes the whole world more loving and easier. One day Jo-Anne had sent her son to his room and he had slammed his door. She found herself at the bottom of the stairs yelling at the top of her lungs. Something happened as she came to see what she was really doing, making her son feel bad about himself and teaching him how to throw temper tantrums to get attention and what he wanted. Children know that when they can make us angry they can get their way, she said. It’s time to get rid of the anger and quit projecting it onto our children. To help people accomplish that, Jo-Anne teaches releasing techniques for emotions. Also, Jo-Anne helps people remember how it felt when they were young and how the way others, especially adults, made them feel by yelling and saying negative things. Awareness is the key to breaking the cycle and to create change on any level. Then we have to take responsibility to make the change happen. When we are activated by anger we most often take it out on the people closest to us. It’s time to give the right voice to the children by realizing the impact of what we say to kids can be damaging. Don’t say they aren’t good enough or that you are disappointed in them. Comparing them to others cuts them down or builds them up in a competitive way. Children are good enough as they are, each unique. Start at home showing the love and kindness. By the time it reaches President Obama, there won’t be any issues in the world that can’t be handled in a love-based way better than in a fear-based way of society.
http://www.realcoachingradio.net/ Unconditional love and self acceptance was the theme by Coach Steve Toth and Nanice Ellis. http://myrxforliving.com
One love that is guaranteed to heal anybody at anytime is unconditional love, unconditional self-love, according to Nanice Ellis on the “Mind, Body and Soul” show. Nanice is a Awakening Facilitator, Master Results Coach, Speaker and Author who helps many people find the balance in their lives. As a coach, when issues surface and things get uncomfortable many people want to run. Nanice feels comfortable in that space where many feel like leaving. She has found that place of comfort through unconditionallove. Some of us may have difficulties when attempting to find that unconditional self-love. To begin to create it, we can find the polarities that create it, starting with judgment and acceptance. First we must release judgment and quit believing everything we think, all those perceptions are stories we create. We need to accept ourselves the way we are. Start by thinking of someone or something you love that brings you joy. It could be your child or a puppy. Then apply that same love to yourself. Meditate about it and surround yourself with love and positivity. Practice will help create it. When people want to run they are in a place of fear. Some people operate under the premise that we must completely remove fear to get to the love, but the truth is, that if one of them disappears, then the other wouldn’t be there. Without fear there would be no love. Without light there would be no dark. Without sleep there would be no awake. Polarities exist. For creation to occur you have to have duality. Just as men and women are opposites, it takes the two to create. Problems occur when polarities don’t know how to dance with each other because something is always created in that dance. One polarity activates the other and manifests what we want. It also guides us to choice, and we have to be awake to make choices. When facing challenges we have created our stories. We have to remember that we create our stories and remember that all challenges support us to become the person we were meant to be. Practice that one love, that unconditional love, and remember that there can be no love without fear or light without dark to create. What are you creating? Go to http://www.nanice.com for further information about Nanice Ellis, and a list of her books. Her new book, “Zest Point,” has been written to help us understand the power of choice.
http://www.realcoachingradio.net/ Do you know when you don't know who you are? Achieving wealth in different areas of your life depends on knowing who you are, what you have to offer and how you can manifest it in the world. Tap into what you love. If you invest in yourself, so will others. Coach Steve Toth and Chaney Weiner we can all manifest destiny if we choose to.
If writing horror movies is your passion, then find a way to express that passion. Life-Coach Chaney Weiner visited the “Mind, Body and Soul” show and inspired everyone listening and watching. He said that everyone has a passion inside them and should be able to live in it. Some people need help finding theirs, and those are the people who might not know who they are. Children are naturally in tune with their passions, but it can get yanked out of them because very few people encourage them to talk about what’s important to them or allow them to practice their fancy. Also, schools do not commonly nurture the individual dreams of the students. Chaney is working to create a program that goes into the school system to allow children to express their passions. When you know who you are and you know your passion, you value yourself. When you value yourself, so do others. When you invest in yourself, others do too. Everyone of us sees ourselves in a certain way. People who have trouble expressing themselves do not know who they are. Listen to the words people use. Do they say, “I’ve got to... I have to…” or do they show excitement about what they are doing? You can hear the language of those who know who they are and know their value. So what about motivation and inspiration? What about self-esteem and self-worth? Motivation and self-esteem are derived externally. Inspiration and self-worth are created on the inside. If we are motivated by others, if our self-esteem depends on encouragement and praise, then when the others who provide that stop providing it, we can lose direction and drive. But if we find inspiration and know our true worth, we can create it for ourselves, and the supply is endless. Some people get negative on the inside and believe they are depressed, but depression doesn’t really exist. It is self-generated. When they create their depression they are drawn to experiences that reveal their negative mindsets. Depression comes from people trying to be something they aren’t. If you wonder what your passion is, answer some questions. What do you enjoy doing? What is it that you have to offer? What do you want to make happen in your life? Who are the people closest to you and what are they doing? Everyone has magnificence, but not everyone knows it. Do you feel like writing horror movies? If that’s what’s inside, then share your gift with the world. Achieve your dreams. Express your passion! Go to http://wealthmasterysuccess.com to read more about Chaney Weiner.
An interview with Claire Murray-Founder of "Life Coach My Life" and Murray HR Consultancy, Scotland UK. Never let your fear keep you away from your dreams. Energy and passion make your dreams come true. Claire Murray, from Scotland, is making her dreams come true by making a home video diary to share with others who want to express their authentic selves. Most people would be afraid to make a daily video diary and then post it on the internet, every day, and just be themselves, but not Claire. Claire started her diary because she had a dream to be in the media. She was approached to be part of a television documentary production, but funding for the show prevented it from moving forward. The producers gave her a video camera as a token of her efforts, so she decided to make a video diary. Clair wants to motivate others to put their fears aside and live their dreams. She is learning a lot about her own life in the process. She said that by committing to a daily entry she covers the high points and low points of her life, whatever is going on in any moment. Her positive attitude and her desire to laugh and enjoy life is clear. She has shown many aspects of her life in more than 300 journal entries. One video showed her bringing in the new year with a party in the background as her boyfriend brought her a glass of Champaign. She does videos all dressed up in high fashion or in her sweats. She has bits from her bedroom as well as tours of the streets of Scotland. If you would like to see more of Claire’s videos or find out more about her, go to http://pathwaytoopportunity.com. Claire enjoys her life, and she shares it with many people in the hopes that she can share some of that pleasure and help people follow their dreams to energize their lives in a new and powerful way. Have you thought of making a home video to post on the web?
http://www.realcoachingradio.net How to create relationships that work? Coach Steve Toth and David Wolf talked about relationships and the power of conscious living. http://myrxforliving.com
David Wolf is a personal transformation facilitator, a life skills and relationships coach and writer who says that personal transformation requires being accountable. How can we be accountable? David said that we need to begin with self-awareness. Ask ourselves questions such as, “what are my patterns, habits and assumptions? “ When we are aware of them we can make different choices. Another question we might ask is, “am I doing what I’m doing today because it’s good for me or is it because it’s my pattern or habit?” Look for ways to connect with your spiritual energy. Mediocrity isn’t good enough. People need to be committed to thriving. Life has so much to offer, and when we look for ways to thrive instead of just getting by, it increases itself dramatically. If you have a string of zeros, no matter how many there are, they equal zero, nothing. But when you put a one in front of them, their value expands. The one is the spiritual connection. It transforms and creates purpose. That’s what our spirit does. David has studied relationships and offers workshops and training for people who are looking for transformation. When he speaks of relationships he recognizes all kinds of them with ourselves, money, animals and plants, the planet, and others. Relationships that work is the power of conscious living. For successful relationships we need to have a high level of awareness of our selves and what or whoever else is involved. A win-win situation includes a win for me and a win for the other person in the relationship. That takes dialog and listening to 100% of what the other person says, means and feels to the point that we feel touched, moved and inspired. Our relationships are a reflection of our own selves and knowing that every relationship is an opportunity to learn something and grow. When things get tough in relationships, most of us chose to run instead of staying and we lose our chance to grow and learn. Be grateful for the difficult moments because they are the chance to expand our consciousness and fulfillment and find where true joy is guaranteed. Going back to our accountability, we are the source of our experiences, especially the challenging issues in relationships. “How did I create this situation? What is my responsibility?” We are responsible for what we do and who we are and every situation we are in. Follow your passion. Pay attention. Accept responsibility. Listen. Be patient, too. Sometimes emotional distance is needed to understand what someone else is saying or to take the time to let down defenses and see our own reflections. You can find out more about David Wolf by going to his website at http://satvatove.com or emailing him at email@example.com.
http://www.realcoachingradio.net/ Donna and Jerry Govan about how to take the E Out of Ego and Go! How to Have Fun. http://www.eoutofego.com
What wedding gift do you give the quintessential couple who have everything? … Why, his and her matching elephants, of course. Jerry and Donna Goven know how to have fun, and when their friends who “have everything” got married, they had to think of a unique and outrageous gift. Even though the elephants were only rentals, the memory and fun will last forever. Donna and Jerry met during a meeting of the Inner Peace Movement in 1997.From the beginning they began working together. They taught classes about guardian angels back then, and since they have grown, but still spend time helping others find balance while learning how to have fun, such as making lemonade from lemons. Jerry and Donna offer workshops that help people remove roadblocks, and they have written a book, “Take the E out of Ego and Go.” They live by two mottos: “If you’re not having fun, then change what you’re doing,” and “Business is having fun while making money.” Donna and Jerry’s workshops offer tools that show people how to remove roadblocks that hinder success whether they be on an emotional or physical level by helping them find balance between health and emotions. The roadblock that hinders people is always the same, but can show in different ways. It is fear. Fear is a saboteur. Jerry tells a poem about how we sabotage ourselves by repeating behaviors that aren‘t working: I walked down the road and fell in a hole. I walked down the road and fell in a hole. I walked down the road and fell in a hole I walked down the road and went around the hole. We keep doing the same thing to sabotage ourselves and then we use the tools that Jerry and Donna teach to make lemonade from our lemons. We are taught and we can learn to step around the hole, which means resolving the problem, and its important to learn how to have fun while we do it. Most people have to learn how to get past their ego. Responding to the world from the ego makes life difficult and communication even harder. Jerry and Donna teach how to give and receive respect through effective communication. For example, instead of saying, “you did this wrong,” speak calmly, quietly and say, “I prefer it if you do it this way.” Ego makes people feel like they have to be perfect, but that’s not possible. So, just like the title of their book, “Take the E out of Ego and Go,” learn how to have fun while making lemonade from the lemons. Or give someone an elephant. Everybody laugh!
Michele Vasquez about how to have relationships after 40-a featured show on BlogTv
Michelle Vasquez was a therapist focusing on families and relationships in Texas then moved to California and became interested in singles matchmaking for people over age 40. She became a coach and now helps people find meaningful and lasting relationships. She refers to herself as a shy woman, but has been able to land two husbands. After becoming a young widow, Michelle waited several years before seeking romantic connections again. She invested in online dating to find her second husband. By following her own counsel Michelle has created meaningful relationships that make her happy. Michelle did not meet her first husband at an online dating site. She used the method she offers her clients. She had met him and felt an attraction, but her shyness prevented her from taking a direct approach so she made herself available to him by visiting the places she knew he would be. She said her mother had advised her to follow the cliché, “Chase a man until he catches you.” She said she kept showing up. She was charming and creative, but never offered her phone number. She dressed pleasantly and put herself out there in a nice way. He finally noticed her and approached her, and their relationship started. Some of the things that help people when seeking relationships, besides just attractions, include looking for someone with some of the same interests you have and some different interests as well. She said that creates a balance and time for the pair to be together and separate, but you must have something in common. Without it, relationships die quickly. Also, Michelle said that people tend to have attractions with people who are on a similar mental level. She spoke about online dating, too and said that you have to be careful, but by practicing caution and being yourself, it can be safe. Her current marriage was discovered at an online dating site. At her website she offers free reports with advice and helpful tips. Go to http://www.trueloveafter40.com to get them. When counseling for her singles matchmaking practice, Michelle tells people to be themselves, but to present themselves at their best. Charm is a key factor when finding attractions and making connections in singles matchmaking. She defined a charming person as one who has the power to delight and attract, and that can happen on different levels with different people.
Sara Lou Ann Jones about NLP, Hypnotherapy and Life Coaching-watch the video. http://www.myrxforliving.com
Two encouraging, energetic, enthusiastic folks joined forces on the “Mind, Body and Soul Show.” Host Coach Steve Toth and his guest Sara Louann Jones chatted about building self-esteem, confidence and freedom,living a joyful life with a purpose. Sara, visiting the internet radio show from the United Kingdom, shared tools and techniques she has uses to amp her life to a higher level… power tools. These tools are Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), the process of setting and reaching goals, coupled with hypnotherapy which is designed to reveal subconscious stumbling blocks. NLP says that if one person can do something then someone else can do it too. “You just have to figure out how to model behaviors,” Sara said,“and then anyone can achieve anything they want. I write a list and put it on my wall every day, what I want to do, where I want to go, what I want to accomplish. There is real power in being specific, and that is what the list is designed to do. Coach Steve asked Sara to explain the anchor technique as prescribed in NLP. The anchor technique is a “power tool” and is used to help people recall a special time in their lives to remind them when they felt most powerful and self-confident, Sara said. “When you are feeling unhappy or lacking in confidence, remember a time when you were feeling your very best -- a moment that you felt strong and powerful and able to handle anything.Then place your arm back while holding your thumb and middle finger together. Remember that moment in detail. Where were you? What was around you? What did you see and hear? Bring those good and powerful feelings up while holding your thumb and finger together. Then every time you are in a difficult situation you can use that power tool to get those great feelings back when touching your thumb to your middle finger together. It is your anchor. The more you do it, the stronger and stronger it gets.” Coach Steve said that at the age of 19 he escaped from communist Hungary, and he uses the anchor method when he loses his feeling of being free. He said that when he got to Italy after escaping, he felt incredibly, unbelievably free and happy. He is always able to use that moment, when he kissed the Italian earth, to help him feel his power, joy and freedom. Hynotherapy is effective, too, because people carry things in their subconscious, things that have been learned from others along life’s path. Maybe a teacher said something that caused you to lose confidence, such as, “you do not understand math, you are not good at it. I give up on you.” You take that in and it becomes a belief. You may or may not remember the incident, but your subconscious has latched onto it and it is reflected in how you respond to issues. You come to believe it is you, but really it is something that was said to you, a judgment. Hypnotherapy allows one to go back in time and recall the incident. When it is uncovered the belief is freed and transformation can take place. This creates personal power, freedom and self-confidence, so that a life of joy and confidence is possible. Sara and Coach Steve both have breakthrough seminars coming soon. Go to http://www.myrxforliving.com and get the details. Each are experts and offer vital help in their own ways. Coach Steve helps people learn how to have a super show on the radio, how to market that show and to create money and fame. His seminar is called, “Be a Radio Superstar.” Sara helps people life their best life by offering “power tools” for dealing with weight issues, both in actions and the cause of the actions, subconscious thinking. Sara loves to see people build their self-confidence and get to living their best life. Her seminar is called, “Lose Weight -- Feel Great.”