Lessons of a 72nd Birthday with Paula Shaw, Life Transitions Coach and Grief Specialist
It's Your Life Podcast
Introducing Life Transitions Coach, Grief Specialist, Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker, and Media Host Paula Shaw. • The most important things Paula has learned each year which include the importance of family and surrounding yourself with the right people• Learning to love yourself and actually doing things that show it• Staying in the moment and Living it!• Loyalty, Love and Support and why are these critical to expansion and growthPaula Shaw is a Life Transitions Coach and Grief Specialist. She is also a Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker, and Media Host on her own show, Change It Up Radio with Paula Shaw.For more than 25 years, Paula has been dedicated to helping people navigate the stress of Change and Challenge using mind/body tools and techniques. She is a founding member of the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology. She has degrees in Education and Communications from Long Beach State University, as well as graduate counseling credentials in Grief and in Addictive Disorders, from Loyola Marymount University.Paula is the author of several books, including Chakras, The Magnificent Seven, Grief... When Will This Pain Ever End? and her latest book, Saying the Right Thing When You Don’t Know What To Say.Paula's website: www.changeitupradio.com Brought to you by J.C. Cooley Foundation "Equipping the Youth of Today for the Challenges of Tomorrow".Support the show: http://www.cooleyfoundation.org/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
174: It's My 72nd Birthday and Here's What I Know! with Paula Shaw
Change It Up Radio
In this episode of Change It Up Radio, I talk about important life lessons I've learned over the course of my 72 years on Earth, and more! I’m always interviewing other people on Change It Up Radio and helping you to get to know my wonderful guests, but since today is my 72nd birthday I thought, “Well, maybe I’ll just do that for myself today!" The truth is, I've never done something like this before, but I thought it might be fun to share some of my own thoughts and experiences I've had in my own life. Because let's face it, I've been on this planet for 72 years now... I've seen some things! And, I'm happy to say that I've learned many valuable lessons that I'd love to share with you. In this special birthday episode, I will discuss some of the major lessons I've learned in the last year, a very unexpected and painful experience I had this past summer and what I was able to take away from it, and three questions to ask yourself that can change your life. I will also be talking about what you can expect from this fall season of Change It Up Radio with our new theme, "Giants on the Road Less Traveled." To Learn More About the Show, Visit: www.ChangeItUpRadio.com
If you have been following the Sensitive Matters podcast, this episode's guest might not be a stranger to you. For this time I have invited my dear friend Paula Shaw back into the reins, as we are celebrating the launch of our new collection that I am so particularly proud and excited about, as the focus of this collection is the moon and all its phases.Paula is an intuitive psychic and astrologer who has offered over 15.000 sessions in 10 years, changing people’s lives through accompanying them on their journeys through healing, clarity and their highest potential. Paula has been a wonderful guide for me through our universe, ever since I met her in Bali 8 years ago. Here are some of the things Paula and I cover in this episode: Paula’s journey of seeking meaning in accordance with her spirituality and nature. Christina’s experience of growing up in Bavaria in accordance with the earth’s natural rhythms and farming seasons How the phase we’re born under can tell us about who we are and how to work with that energy How to work with the moon, what that means and bringing our awareness into the moon phases Simplifying the moon phases with simple intention setting on the new moon and releasing on the full moon How the quarter moons can bring about action and reflection within our lives The lessons that the new moon has for us about starting over at any time in our lives. How the moon’s monthly cycle is the exact length of women’s menstrual cycles and the cyclical nature of our bodies. Learning to work with our own charts and what’s happening in the sky right now Click here to learn more about Paula Shaw: https://www.soulfulguiding.com/ Click here to learn more about Ananda Soul Jewelry: https://anandasoul.com/ Click here to learn more about Christina Zipperlen: https://www.sensitivematters.com/
166: "I Know How You Feel" with Paula Shaw on Change It Up Radio
Change It Up Radio
In this episode of Change It Up Radio, I talk about grief, how to support people in emotional pain, and what to avoid saying to someone that's grieving. Today, I want to talk about some of the things that are helpful to say to someone who is dealing with grief, but even more importantly, what things are not at all helpful to say. Sometimes we don’t realize that the words we say in an attempt to comfort someone we care about are actually causing more pain, because they were said to us at some point and just feel like the “norm.” Remember, there is a world of grievers out there. We are all going through so much right now, and I guarantee you that if you haven’t already, you’re going to encounter someone who is dealing with grief. Let’s all take the initiative to sharpen our skills and learn how we can be there for others who are in emotional pain by giving them the dignity to feel what they feel without judgment or criticism. With just a little extra effort, we can create a sympathetic and reassuring environment so that those who are grieving can feel safe enough to express their pain, process their feelings, and begin to heal the devastation, fear, and confusion that they are going through. To Learn More About the Show, Visit: www.ChangeItUpRadio.com
How I'm Building a Tea and Wellness Company with Paula Shaw Founder of Cured Leaves Tea | Ep. 270
EDGE for Peak Performance
Celebrating International Woman's Day with an international tea company Founder. Paula and I talk how she got into tea, how tea can help heal you and how's she's building Cured Leaves Tea company. Paula H. Shaw is a certified Yoga instructor, Breath Master Instructor, practicing herbalist and Mindfulness Coach. She has over 20 years in leadership across various industries and over 10 years experience in the Health & Wellness Industry. Lawrence is the COO of Cured Leaves Tea. He is a Marine Core Vet, has over 15 years in the health and wellness industry, professional athlete, former senior executive and fitness influencer. Cured Leaves is a socially conscious tea company promoting wellness and mindfulness though tea drinking. Their partnerships with farms and estates across the continent of Africa allows them to provide premium, top quality African Orthodox Teas while promoting sustainability in various regions. Through business and social initiatives, they improve equity and drive value in local and international communities. Join over 17,000 others and sign up to receive bonus content with the EDGE's weekly newsletter. It's free sign up here >>> EPISODE LINKS: Cured Leaves Tea PODCAST INFO: Apple Podcasts: EDGE on Apple Podcasts Spotify: EDGE on Spotify RSS Feed: EDGE's RSS Feed Website: EDGE Podcast SUPPORT & CONNECT EDGE's Weekly NewsletterJoin over 17,000 others and sign up to receive bonus content. It's free sign up here >>> Please Support this Podcast by checking out our Sponsors: Mad River Botanicals 100% certified organic CBD products. The product is controlled from seed to end product by it's owners. Use code: EDGE22 to get 10% off all your orders. Shop here>>> A top podcast for entrepreneurs!
155: New Year, New You...Lighten Up! with Paula Shaw on Change It Up Radio
Change It Up Radio
In this episode of Change It Up Radio, we’re talking about tuning in to what lights us up so that we can make 2022 an amazing year where our dreams come true. We are now a week into 2022, and it's undoubtedly a great time to set our sights on doing things differently than we ever have before. Or, perhaps taking a look at how we can tweak some of the things in our lives to make them better and even more effective. There is so much opportunity amidst the fresh energy of a brand new year, but so often, we don't follow our bliss or step into what lights us up. We think we can't do what we truly want because it's not practical or it won't pay the bills. Even worse, we get so stuck on figuring out 'the how’ behind what we want, which only pushes us further and further off course from where we'd like to be. The theme for our Fall season was Resiliency, and now as we move into a brand new year, I want to talk about our new theme: Light - being open to the light, enlightening ourselves, and lightening up. In this episode, I’m also going to talk about why New Year's resolutions can cause us to focus on failure more than success, and why a New Year Reset can be a much healthier and more positive approach to staying in alignment with our desires and making 2022 our best year yet! To Learn More About the Show, Visit: www.ChangeItUpRadio.com
Introducing Life Transitions Coach and Grief Specialist Paula Shaw How we can make “22” work for you Creating the lives we want and also happiness The pros and cons of New Year’s Resolutions A Life Transitions Coach and Grief Specialist Paula is also a Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker and Media Host.For more than 25 years, Paula has been dedicated to helping people navigate the stress of Change and Challenge using mind/body tools and techniques.Paula is the author of several books, including Chakras, The Magnificent Seven, Grief...When Will This Pain Ever End? and her latest book, Saying the Right Thing When You Don’t Know What To Say.Paula's Radio Show: http://www.changeitupradio.com/Paula's Books: https://amzn.to/3ASmpEZBrought to you by J.C. Cooley Foundation "Equipping the Youth of Today for the Challenges of Tomorrow".Support the show: http://www.cooleyfoundation.org/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Introducing Life Transitions Coach, Grief Specialist, Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker and Media Host Paula Shaw. Learn about her podcast Change It Up Radio Discuss why it is hard for people to deal with change Explore the topic of Resiliency and the role it plays in Grief and Loss Steps and actions that can help people find their resiliency Discover LifeWave Patches. Paula is a Life Transitions Coach and Grief Specialist, she is also a Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker and Media Host on her own show, Change It Up Radio.For more than 25 years, Paula has been dedicated to helping people navigate the stress of Change and Challenge using mind/body tools and techniques.http://www.changeitupradio.com/https://amzn.to/3ASmpEZBrought to you by J.C. Cooley Foundation "Equipping the Youth of Today for the Challenges of Tomorrow".Support the show: http://www.cooleyfoundation.org/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week for our final episode of this 6 part limited podcast series, I'm talking with my wonderful mama, Paula Shaw. She is an author, speaker and mental health professional who specializes in grief and loss. We're talking triage for the first 72 hours after a breakup and how you know when it's time to go. Find Paula and her wonderful books here: PaulaShaw.com
138: How to Navigate the Tough Talks with Paula Shaw on Change It Up Radio
Change It Up Radio
Join Paula Shaw as she talks about how to improve your skills for talking to people in pain and shares how to navigate your way through those "tough talks" so that you can feel more confident and competent when having them. What do you say to someone who has just experienced a loss or some other type of traumatic event in their life? Most of us want to do what we can to comfort and support this person, but we may feel inept, uncomfortable, and apprehensive because we don’t know what to say or how to show up for them. After all, how can you ever find the right words to comfort someone who has just lost a loved one, lost their job, received an upsetting health diagnosis, or is going through a painful and messy divorce? The truth is, there are no perfect words that you can say to make this person feel better. But, one of the worst things you can do is say something dismissive and insensitive or avoid having a tough talk altogether, because this leaves the person who is in pain feeling judged, misunderstood, and alone. And while none of us set out to make our loved ones feel this way, we sometimes do so unconsciously because we just don’t know what to say. So, how can we create a sympathetic, reassuring, and supportive environment for this individual to feel safe enough to express their pain, process their feelings, and begin to heal? In this episode of Change It Up Radio, Paula Shaw explores the do’s and don’ts of compassionate behavior, things that are helpful to say and not helpful to say to someone that’s in pain, and the five steps of having a successful, tough talk. To Learn More About the Show, Visit: www.ChangeItUpRadio.com