Ep. 26: Cultivate, Then Always Trust Your Intuition with Guest Kim Andrews
Managing Your Multi-Passionate Life
Hi Everyone!When I met Kim Andrews 15 years ago, I just thought her intuition came as a natural gift beyond what I thought was basic intuition (because people have told me that I have great intuition that I thought everyone had). I used to joke that compared to her, I thought I needed a hearing aid to hear my special kind!Turns out, she consciously learned how to cultivate it, and the positive outcomes that have come as a result of this are amazing. Tune in as she shares her journey, including how she finds peace and gifts in the midst of chaos—perhaps especially in the midst of chaos. Applying that intuition as we take note of the things we do that are seemingly unrelated to other tasks will enhance all the tasks. It’s all connected. And so much more....😊About My Guest:Kim Andrews’s professional career spans a wide range of industries, from fitness and wellness to training and development, and the investigation of federal employment discrimination complaints. In February 2018, she began serving as Spiritual Leader of Unity Sachse in Sachse, Texas.That same year she also realized that for three decades, she had been unwittingly crafting a modality of skills that transformed her life once governed by chaos and feelings of unworthiness, to one of peace and self-mastery. Her ministry then expanded to shepherding others to the inner sanctuary through her healing modality and creating the movement called 8,945 for Peace. You can find out more about Kim at thecalltopeace.com. You can also find her here:Website: https://www.thecalltopeace.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecalltopeaceInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecalltopeace/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kim-andrews-a96b768/
Welcome back to BeREAL! This week, Diana and Ednesha are joined by Dr. Kim Andrews to discuss holistic wellness, spirituality within psychotherapy, and life coaching.Dr. Kim Andrews has extensive experience in integrative and supportive therapeutic counseling with a strong background in psychosocial dynamics, cognitive behavioral therapy, and Buddhist Psychology. She has worked in a variety of settings as a therapist with adults and teens in both inpatient and outpatient facilities and programs, incarceration programs, and mandated treatment programs. Currently, she is working for herself in private practice.Dr. Kim begins the episode by explaining how she met Diana and became a friend of the podcast. She then recounts her experience of getting into therapy practice. She says that her journey began when she was younger and struggled with anxiety and depression. Now, she imbues her past experiences and interest in spirituality into her holistic wellness practice. Ednesha chimes in to explain that often, therapists are told to separate spirituality within therapy, but how Dr. Kim’s mixing of the two could help many people who do come from spiritual backgrounds.Next, Dr. Kim addresses the divide between life coaching and therapy. She summaries that life coaches are very forward thinking, with little focus on past issues that could be creating conflict in the present. Therapy, on the other hand, looks to the past to create healthy forward movement. So, she approaches coaching from a more therapeutic angle. She decided to become a coach because her masters is in rehabilitation counseling, which shares many of the holistic wellness ideas of coaching.After a short break, Dr. Kim explains to listeners the programs she has available at the moment. Her 90-day program focuses on one to two changes that the patients want to implement in their life. The focus on a limited number of things better assures that the changes will stick forever. For clients who are not ready to commit to months on end of coaching, they can see her through individual session, but these often end up lasting as long as the month long programs.Thank you for tuning into BeREAL this week! Be on the lookout for an all new episode next Tuesday. In the meantime, make sure to check out last week’s episode on how to choose a therapist.For more information on Dr. Kim Andrews and her practice, visit the links below:Website: www.drkimandrews.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.kimandrews/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drkimandrews/For more information on BeREAL (our therapy focused podcast) and BeWELL (our psychotherapy practice in New York City) visit the links below:To schedule a therapy appointment text BeWELL to 484848 today www.beher-now.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Be.WELL.Psychotherapy/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bewell.psychotherapy/
Storytellers Kim Andrews & Georgette Taylor Are My Guest Today
Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Kim Andrews Bio:Kim, Story Shepherd, Spiritual Leader & keynote speaker, is dedicated to helping seekers create inner sanctuary & self-mastery in their lives. Her professional and entrepreneurial life spans a wide range of industries, from fitness and wellness to training and development and the investigation of federal employment discrimination complaints.In 2010, she said “yes” to a divine calling to create the Global Red Circle (GRC). First, Kim began writing her book, The Global Red Circle: Standing in Truth, Unleashing Our Most Powerful Selves, an anthology of letters from women about watershed experiences in their lives and the wisdom they gained from them.In July 2011 she began hosting monthly gatherings in her home where women are warmly welcomed and encouraged to share like the contributors in her book. In 2015, with the help of a good friend, Kim started coaching men and women in the art of storytelling and producing and directing storytelling events that are transformational for both storyteller and audience. She also partners with poet Daingerfield Dunn and produces and directs his live spoken word experiences.In 2018 GRC was re-imagined into Kim for the World, a suite of services for men and women seeking to create inner sanctuary for a balanced, peaceful, meaningful life. That same year she also said “yes” to a different calling. She began serving as Spiritual Leader at Unity Spiritual Center, Sachse, Texas, where she inspires seekers to embrace and express their innate divine natures. She is now studying at Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute to become an ordained Unity minister.In 2020, GRC was re-imagined into The Call to Peace, a suite of services for men and women seeking to create inner sanctuary for a balanced, peaceful, meaningful life.Georgette Taylor BioGeorgette, podcast producer and host, transformational storyteller, life in-powerment™ coach, author and doll co-inventor is dedicated to helping women transform their lives by building self-like, self-love and self-worth.In 1995 she began her journey in cable television first as assistant to the director then assistant producer. In 1999 her entrepreneurial fire was lit when she helped to co-invented and co-founded the first plus size fashion doll and doll company Big Beautiful Dolls.From 2004-2008 Georgette continued to help women find their voice by helping them embrace and enhance their sensual and sexual selves as a romance consultant. In 2014 she was presented with a personal challenge of her own as affirmations, affirming words and storytelling became a huge part of the next phase of her life. That year she created Dynamic Life Enterprise and soon to follow, her in-powerment™ card deck, I AM-YOU ARE™ card deck, helping to empower positive self-talk, self like and self-love.In 2015 she was introduced to transformational storytelling by her friend Kim, when she experienced Kim’s one-woman show and subsequently became a transformational storyteller and advocate for women who want to transform their lives through sharing their stories.Currently she is a podcast host and producer. She hosts and produces, The Dynamic Life Show where she and guest share inspirational words, stories and conversations and In The Doll World focused on spotlighting the doll community and the producer for the Good Morning Gwinnett show. She is working towards an EFT Tapping Master Practitioner Certification.
Devil’s Advocate: 👹 2 GPs 👩🏻⚕️👨🏼⚕️going head to head! 🥊 Dr Kim Andrews @drkimandrews & 🥊 Dr David Oliver @locarbfreshwell
UK Low Carb
What an exciting episode we have so you today! Two GPs going head to head in a battle of Devil's Advocate. I read a statement and they have to buzz in with their opinion about that statement. This week I was joined by Dr Kim Andrews and Dr David Oliver both from the Freshwell Health Centre.Disclaimer: these GPs are not giving medical advice, just their own opinion. If you do have a need for medical advice then make sure you speak to your own GP who can advise you.
ep#15 - Life Disrupted: Sharing the gift of PEACE - Kim Andrews
A conversation with: Kim AndrewsSpiritual Leader, Speaker, Story shepherdHighlights from this conversation:● Early childhood disruptions● Feeling Less Than● Looking externally for validation● Discover through meditation practice● Releasing the hurt● Red Circle Gatherings● Wisdom from personal stories● Mother’s Day Experience● Call to Peace (Inner Sanctuary 5 pillars) ○ U-underpinnings ○ R-release ○ I-introspection/intuition ○ S-solitude ○ E-educate● Choose how you want your life to beFollow/Contact Kim:email@example.com@unitysachse.org@unitysachsehttp://unitysachse.org972-495-6622
Kim Andrews, Executive Director of the Japan America Society
Mix 99.5 WJBR
Kim Andrews, Executive Director of the Japan America Society discussed the groups programming supporting cultural, educational and economic relations between Japan and the US.The post Kim Andrews, Executive Director of the Japan America Society appeared first on Mix 99.5 WJBR.