Steve rested in a beautiful feeling and realized there was something more from an early age. He studied many traditional methods and techniques to help him understand the human experience but wasn’t quite finding the deeper truth that he knew was there. When Steve first came across the 3 Principles, he thought it was more of the same until he noticed a change in his partner, Tony, and then deeply experienced the love and truth of who we are. Steve works to share the 3 Principles through LGBTQIA+ webinars and podcasts and is the force behind “Perfect As You Are”, a 3P LGBTQIA+ seminar. The two-day Seminar Perfect As You Are that Steve Adair is hosting in conjunction with Julieanne Chazotte and Rohini Ross is led by LGBTQIA+ speakers and the seminar is open to everyone. Day 1 is for the LGBTQIA+ community and Day 2 is open to all, the LGBTQIA+ community and beyond. This is a valuable opportunity for anyone and especially practitioners to gain deeper insight into what gets in the way of knowing who we really are and of experiencing more deeply our innate perfection.”Meet Steve & Find More Information Here:https://www.simpleshift.com/perfect-as-you-areThe 3PGC’s podcast called “We’re Listening. A Community Where All Voices Are Heard” hosted by Rob Cook. Three Principles Global Community is a collection of practitioners, coaches, and community leaders from all over the globe who point clients toward their own innate health and wisdom. No matter the circumstances, the goal is to see that you already possess the power to transform your life.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/we-re-listening/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
It's easy to feel an instant heart and soul connection with Steve Adair, life coach and psychotherapist, who we spoke with about his passions in life, including his love for helping others, his appreciation for immersion in nature, and his soul-expanding relationship with his partner Tony.Steve seamlessly lasers through clients' circumstances to their innate wellbeing and love, instantly creating common ground, unconditional acceptance, and spiritual connection with the people he works with. By showing up open-hearted and in touch with his own innate wisdom, he transcends his clients' experiences, bringing them closer to their own hearts.We talk with Steve about his unique ability to bring together diverse groups of people through the universal commonality of love. He helps gay men to see their innate worth despite the life-long messages stating otherwise they may have had to endure. And we talk about the power of understanding that we're only ever in relationship with our thinking about our partner, which is why we are able to transform our relationships without changing the person we're in relationship with.This episode explores:open-hearted listeningrewilding in nature the commonality of lovetips for maintaining a healthy relationshipshifting perspectivespiritual truths about life and human natureShow NotesKnepp Wildland: the rewilded farm Steve shares about located in West Sussex, teeming with wildlife and beautiful flora/fauna. Coypu: an invasive species of rodent that was eradicated from the UK in the late '80s Consummate Renaissance Man: An endearing way of referring to Steve Adair; recognizing him as having the highest degree of proficiency in all of his many professions.Steve Adair is passionate about helping people understand the incredible person that they are no matter what life circumstances they've endured, and that they always have access to innate mental health within. As an international speaker, trainer, coach and mentor, he also deliver seminars, group programs and retreats, both in the UK and internationally. His private practice is based in Central Bedfordshire where he sees clients in person or virtually. He thoroughly loves hanging out with family and friends, long countryside walks with his partner Tony and their dog; as well as meeting and celebrating people from all around the world.Angus & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate individualized couples' intensives that rewild relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org.Episode 27 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.
Ep. 49: Equine Forelimb Rehab Tips ft. Dr. Steve Adair
Disease Du Jour
In this episode, Dr. Steve Adair walks through forelimb rehab options for bone, tendon/ligament, joint issues, muscle injuries and post-surgical cases.Please take our Disease Du Jour survey.Disease Du Jour is brought to you in 2020 by Merck Animal Health. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Misunderstanding of Personal Development | Steve Adair & Jason Shiers
Misunderstandings of the Mind
In this episode Steve Adair shares his experience and understanding of the process of personal development, this was a revealing and thought provoking conversation where we see the complete misunderstanding of personal development that shows up for most people in life who want to better themselves. What are limiting beliefs ? Why optimising your illusion is pointless How to recover from personal development There is no need to develop the self We’re never away from our true nature Innocently – we’re all looking in the wrong place for mental health We were all born a blank slate How personal Development develops the Ego If our physical well-being heals, why doesn’t our mental No one else can make you feel better I can’t develop me – because there is nothing to develop We’re all innocently developing the self Habitual cycles on non helpful thinking The treadmill of personal development The detail of our thinking is just information Why develop a misunderstanding? Being present on the journey The only destination in life is the journey The destination is being alive There is nowhere to get to The definition of success You are already home there is nowhere to get to Real sustainable change comes through our spiritual nature How we create our limitations through thought Efforting vs Awakening Steve’s website is http://3plifesoul.co.uk/ if you would like to get hold of him or learn more about what he is sharing. The post Misunderstanding of Personal Development appeared first on Misunderstandings of the Mind.
Episode 44 - The Waves of Wellbeing with Steve Adair
The Little Peace of Mind Podcast
Today's guest is Steve Adair. Steve knows what it means to be a seeker of solutions to human happiness - he studied everything he could get his hands on for years in an attempt to work out how to help his clients suffer less. In this episode we talk about the pitfall of trying to fit this understanding into what you already know, how studying hard gets in your way and how to recognise if you're (metaphorically) repeatedly sticking your fingers in plug sockets! Just recording this podcast left me in a beautiful feeling and, as we discuss, the inevitable return of our sense of contentment and balance that never really leaves us, thought it does a great job of pretending to.
Episode 167: Steve Adair returns to the podcast to discuss his studio works which include a series of figurative paintings that combine portraiture with abstraction; in addition Steve also discusses his recent exhibition of his “Leaf Form” series at the Tinnin Center Art Gallery at Three Rivers College. http://StudioBreak.com/wp-content/uploads/Episode-167.mp3 Steve AdairiTunes The post Steve Adair appeared first on Studio Break.
Episode 92: This week our 2013 BFA Competition Winner Steve Adair joins the podcast to talk about his work and his upcoming solo exhibition “Leaf Forms” at Jan Brandt Gallery. http://StudioBreak.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Episode-69.mp3 Steve AdairJan Brandt GalleryiTunes The post Steve Adair appeared first on Studio Break.