I’m excited for today’s show and our theme which is the Power of Faith, Religious and Non Religious with Warren Broad. This is a great topic that I feel will bring value to you for the rest of your life. At first glance I was thinking, non religious faith? Sure… but what about faith when you don’t believe in spirituality? Is that even possible? But then I realized that when I put everything on the line to go work with shamans in the jungle of Peru it was surely an act of faith. I considered myself atheist at that time. At a bare minimum this has to be what our guest means by an act of faith… but we’ll let him answer that himself. Faith doesn’t have to be attached to any religion or dogma. Even driving your car can be considered a leap of faith. We are using faith all the time although there are obviously different types of faith and outcomes of faith. Typically, religious people put their faith and believe in something that they can’t see or proven and that it will have some sort of impact on their life. Warren presents another type of faith which is tied to the ‘faith phenomenon’. When you begin to have faith in your healing or religious a transition can happen in the brain from simply thinking it to experiencing faith. There is a transformation that happens when you don’t simply use the analytical mind. Warren goes into the subject of confidence and how it relates to the spiritual component of faith. An example is provided using sports and running. Faith is about knowing. When we hit a bottom we look for a place in our lives for the world, spirit or lack of spirit to show us something. Whether we are spiritual or not does not prevent a person from accessing faith, the power which it provides and improving your life through it. Faith allows growth to happen. It is an essential component of what we are as human beings. Warren gives you several tools and methods to increase your faith. He gives you examples of physical manifestations of the power of faith as well as the ripple effects that are made possible. In the later part of the interview our guest goes in more length about the concept of checking in, the forms that it can take and how this will help you access the power of faith. Listen to this episode with Warren Broad and gain insights on the power of faith and how it can transform your life. 'Havens Above' theme music taken from 'Aural Architecture' by alucidnation. www.alucidnation.co.uk / www.fabermusic.com / www.interchill.com . If you're interested in buying CDs and/or digital then you could use the 'gift' facility via BandCamp:http://alucidnation.bandcamp.com/album/aural-architecture . To learn more about The Spiritual Voice and our global community visit www.thespiritualvoice.com . You will also find all the show notes and our guest’s contact information. Technique / Practice for Direct Experience Warren discusses the importance of checking in to cultivate faith. He gives you several methods that you can use for this. Checking in can be having a conversation with your God such as the practice done by many Christians. You can check in by doing a regular meditation practice. This can be with or without sounds or chanting. Checking in can also be a very direct conversation with another person. Warren gives several examples of how you can check-in with another person. Checking in can be an internal process such as taking a few deep breaths to disconnect from the stimulation of the external world. This is followed by a few breaths to listen to your body, feelings, emotions and thoughts.
Overcome Depression & Addiction at Holiday Time with Warren Broad
Your Happiness Way -Lorane Gordon
Learn to fight the inner demons bringing you down especially now during the holiday season.Warren Broad, Clinical Hypnotherapist, life coach and addicition specialist gives you the tools you need to bring yourself back up.Get Warren's FREE MINDSET MEDITATION Get Lorane's FREE GIFTS here including a complete ebook showing you how to visualize your success.LoraneGordon.com fb/yourhappinessway twitter@LoraneGordon
Let’s face it. We all fall emotionally, spiritually or financially at one time or another. When we focus on our landing instead of the fall we get the opportunity to start our journey in a different way. Much of success in business and in life is about resilience and recovery. Focusing more on firmly landing on our feet allows us to constructively move forward and also gain the ability to handle whatever life throws our way. In this episode, we hear from Margot Micallef and Warren Broad, the co-authors of "It’s The Landing That Counts-- Finding Peace, Happiness and Prosperity When Your Life Falls Apart"
Jack interviews authors, Margot Micallef and Warren Broad about the topic of their new book: It’s the Landing That Counts: Finding Peace, Happiness and Prosperity When Your Life Falls Apart.The interview tackles the issue of being in crisis from two perspectives. Margo Micallef, from the perspective of a business strategist and Warren Broad as a specialist on personal issues and addiction. They’ve each dealt with crisis and adversity in their own lives and have learned how to put that aside and move forward in a positive direction.A quote they use from Mike Tyson aptly illustrates how someone’s life can go: “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face.” You can plan your business and you can plan your life, but then something happens and you’re thrown off track. It’s often hard to get back on track without some help and guidance and that is what It’s the Landing That Counts provides. To Learn More:http://itsthelandingthatcounts.com source: http://influencersradio.com/margot-micallef-warren-broad-its-the-landing-that-counts-finding-peace-happiness-and-prosperity-when-your-life-falls-apart/