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Increase your calm, focus and happiness so you can be more relaxed, contented and satisfied with your life. For business, entrepreneurs, educators, parents. Hosted by Bruce Langford.

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Increase your calm, focus and happiness so you can be more relaxed, contented and satisfied with your life. For business, entrepreneurs, educators, parents. Hosted by Bruce Langford.

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Dwayne Clark

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Really enjoyed your interview with Dwayne J Clark. Very inspirational. Thank you.

Fantastic and actionable advice!

By TAOTIGER - Mar 07 2019
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I love the great guests and actionable advice Bruce shares!

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424 Ratings
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384
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Dwayne Clark

By Brhupf - Aug 08 2019
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Really enjoyed your interview with Dwayne J Clark. Very inspirational. Thank you.

Fantastic and actionable advice!

By TAOTIGER - Mar 07 2019
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I love the great guests and actionable advice Bruce shares!
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Mindfulness Mode

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Increase your calm, focus and happiness so you can be more relaxed, contented and satisfied with your life. For business, entrepreneurs, educators, parents. Hosted by Bruce Langford.

Rank #1: 203 Experience Less Stress By Being Aware of Your Emotions Says Joshua Spodek

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Joshua Spodek is a scientist, specifically an astrophysicist and SO much more. He’s an expert in the field of leadership. He can discover and help develop your leadership potential in ways you never imagined. Josh teaches that some of the greatest leaders were NOT born with a leadership gene; they actually developed the skills and confidence to become successful. Joshua has a thorough understanding of mindset and how it can pilot our ship, either in a negative or positive direction. He is also adamant that mindfulness can be a powerful, positive element in your life.

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Most Influential Person
    The X-girl friend of a roommate. She suggested I might want to learn about mindfulness.
Effect on Emotions
    Much more awareness. I used to look at reason as being rational, so emotions were irrational. I can understand reason, so I can't understand emotion. That's how I looked at stuff at the time. Meditation and mindfulness makes me much more aware.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing is the main thing that I focus on. It's the time scale is a regular human time scale; not too fast, not too slow. It's never away; it's always there. One of the things I like about exercise is it gets you to breathe much more deeply than you normally would. When you get that last bit of breath, it's a very satisfying feeling.
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Bullying Story

I don't feel like I was bullied. I do hear people talk about bullying today and they talk about stuff that I experienced, but I don't see it as bullying. I felt like it was a part of childhood. Some things are awesome and some things suck and I had some things that sucked.

My step brother was older than me and he would make fun of me. It wasn't like torture but he would definitely make things difficult for me. It's hard for me to remember how I felt about it at the time. There were definitely times I'd cry as a kid but I also cried when my parents spanked me and I don't call that bullying.

Mar 30 2017
41 mins
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Rank #2: 268 Unlock Self-Love With The Mindfulness Key Suggests Joie Cheng

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Joie Cheng, (M.S.W. Masters of Social Work), is the Self-Love Luminary. She's passionate about helping women love themselves so they can live their best life possible. Joie is a certified professional coach, mentor, healer, circle facilitator, and trained yoga teacher. Joie has a degree in Social Work and Psychology. She is the best-selling author of her book, The Naked Truth: A Woman’s Journey to Self-Love. This book conveys Joie's personal journey of healing herself naturally from depression through self-love.

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Most Influential Person
    Deepak Chopra
Effect on Emotions
    I think mindfulness has helped me to not get attached to the stories you get in your head about what something means and just saying, there's a thought and I can just let it pass. I don't have to be attached to it.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing is a really good way to instantly become aware and instantly drop into our body and notice our breath.
    That's a really simple practice that we can do any time of the day. Just take a couple of deep breaths, especially if we're feeling stress, or are tired or whatever, just to take a few deep breaths. It's an instant state change.
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Bullying Story
    I was fortunate not to have a lot of bullying when I was a kid.
    There was this one girl when I was in Junior High, who used to make fun of me for being my race, my ethnicity.
    She would do that 'eye' thing where she would move her eyes. And she'd say things.
    Actually I think that I was grateful because mindfulness did help me because I didn't internalize it.
    It think a lot of kids take it in and they think, oh, there's something wrong with me. So they really think that it's about them, rather than realizing that it's about the other person.
    When someone bullies you, they're feeling insecure. It really has nothing to do with the person that's being bullied.
    I just want to say that I really appreciate you making that connection between mindfulness and bullying  because I've never thought about that before and it made me think, yeah, you're right, mindfulness really can help with bullying.
Nov 09 2017
30 mins
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Rank #3: 199 Learn How To Know Yourself Better With 5 AM Miracle Author Jeff Sanders

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Jeff Sanders is an author, keynote speaker, and founder of the Rockin’ Productivity Academy. Jeff is host of the 5 AM Miracle Podcast and author of a book of the same title. He’s a marathon runner, passionate raw vegan and all-round mindfulness kind of guy. Jeff has a degree in Theatre and Psychology and lives in Nashville Tennessee with his wife and their pet Pug, named Benny.

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Most Influential Person
    Dean Karnazes (Ultramarathon Runner)
Effect on Emotions
    Mindfulness has made me less overtly emotional. Less angry and less extreme. If anything, it has emotional. It calms me down and allows me to be more rational.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing's a big part of [my mindfulness practice]. I think especially as an athlete and someone who likes to have a lot of good oxygen to live and to do things well. I find that also breathing a lot or breathing really intensely also calms me down and prepares me for an event; before a speaking engagement for example. I do a lot of breathing techniques to give my self-confidence a boost and to physically feel better.
    One of those breathing techniques is from Wim Hoff who is very famously known as The Iceman. I do a lot of intense breathing where you inhale more than you exhale over and over again, basically until you feel light-headed. You are kind of oxygen packing your body for a few minutes and it really does give you this strong sense of confidence and you feel very awake and alert. It's pretty cool.
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Bullying Story

When I was younger, in elementary school aged 7 to 10, I was not quite confident as a kid yet. I was still trying to find out who I was.

For a lot of my years growing up, I viewed myself as a follower. I would find other people who I thought were a strong personality or someone who could hold their own and I would follow them around.

In the process of that, I got a hold of some fairly difficult friends or friends who were not genuine. They were bullies, and tough guys. I was a small, scrawny little kid and I didn't have a lot of self confidence. It wasn't bullying in the traditional sense, but it definitely was this sense that I felt inferior to them all the time and it took a long time before it wasn't the case any more.

For many years I was in this position of, I don't know who I am yet, so I'm just going to follow someone else until I figure it out eventually.

Mar 16 2017
29 mins
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Rank #4: 396 Lasting Happiness Secrets With TM Hoy

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TM Hoy is an author with a fascinating story. His books include, Lasting Happiness, Rotting in the Bangkok Hilton (Skyhorse Publishing), and The Nature of Religion (Pan Publishing). Originally from California's Silicon Valley, he became a gemologist after college and worked in the jewelry industry for years. He traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia and kept homes in Bangkok and the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai. It was at his home in Chiang Mai where a fateful event happened which caused his life to suddenly veer in a radically different direction. Today he lives in Tucson, Arizona where he enjoys the breathtaking mountain views daily along with his freedom to write. You can find TM Hoy online at LastingHappiness.net

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Most Influential Person
    Thomas Moore
Effect on Emotions
    It's been a wonderful thing. It has enriched my life a lot, I think mainly because I feel a lot more connection to the surroundings, and in daily life, I try to spend time pausing for beauty and looking at the beauty of the natural world.
    I'm very fortunate, Tucson is a lovely town, and we've got the Catalina mountains and the Santa Ritas, so we're surrounded by mountains, the clouds, the sun. It's just a very beautiful place and I take enough time to really pause and take that in, and that to me really is the core of mindfulness, being able to appreciate your daily life.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing is an Absolutely crucial [part of my mindfulness].. Whenever you feel a little bit tense or a little bit upset or any kind of stress at all, just do a quick little minute or two exercise where you count your breaths. That's all.
    So for me, whenever I begin, it always begins with, 'Take a deep breath. Hold it for three seconds, release it for three seconds' and you do that pattern.
    And the next thing you know, everything becomes manageable again and you're focused and you're in the moment. That breathing exercise helps calm the mind down and that is a crucial part of any meditation exercise.
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Bullying Story
    There's a lot of conflict in prisons and violence and conflict are kind of at the core of that experience because you get a lot of people that really are rule breakers and you get them all together and stuff them in one room and they're not allowed to leave. That's prison.
    So there was this one guy, and this was in Texas, in a prison in Texas, who just couldn't get along with anybody in his cartel member. And he would, he would bully because he was a very large guy and worked out a lot.
    Making a long story short, he was picking on one guy who is kind of small and thin, a native American kid. It was on the weight pile and there was a number of us that were around that really liked this kid. He was a good kid, from one of the tribes there in Texas. And we just said, "You know what, we're not putting up with this anymore."
    And we surrounded this guy in the middle of this session where he's belittling this kid and really, really overbearing. And we surrounded him and were just like, "Look at yourself. Look at who you are. You're 280 pounds of solid meat. You bench press 500 pounds. And here's this kid who's 100 pounds and you're bullying this kid. What are you doing? Look at yourself. Who are you?"
    And the shame of the group, the ability of the group to just focus their energy and saying, "You know what, you are so close to being an outcast, we are done with you. We are so sick of this." That had an enormous impact.
    He went quiet, he gathered up his things, he left and he was a lot more reflective and a lot more thoughtful and that, of everybody just dirty looking him, giving him a hard time, and saying this is not acceptable behavior, and that bringing the present moment, that mindfulness moment, if you will.
    Interfering there had a real impact and it had an impact on other people that had that kind of personality as well, because they saw what happened that, and this is the essence of society, is that if you have a group of people that share the same kind of values and vision, that they really can make an impact, really can have an impact on your surrounding.
    Even in a society that's violent and sort of out of control like a prison. When you mentioned bullying, I thought immediately of that little get together where we were like, "No, no, no, we're done. This is enough."
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Join Mindfulness Coach and author, Keith Macpherson in an immersive learning environment as you explore the five key principles to mindfulness practice. Adapted from his best selling book, Making Sense of Mindfulness, Keith takes you through all five principles of mindfulness practice with videos, guided audio exercises and a workbook to assist you with bringing more balance, focus, and meaning into your life. $100.00 off for a limited time. www.MindfulnessMode.com/msof

Jan 28 2019
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Rank #5: 383 Making Sense Of Mindfulness With Keith Macpherson

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Keith Macpherson is a professional musician, a mindfulness teacher and an author. He believes that mindfulness can and will be made accessible to everybody on the planet, no matter what age or demographic. Keith feels that mindfulness is the entry way to finding balance, health, inner-peace and wisdom. Keith's keynote talks and workshops along with his live yoga classes are consistently packed with students along with thousands of online downloads of his instructional videos and Live DVD Series. He has recently authored the book, Making Sense of Mindfulness and a full on-line course of the same name. Keith has spent over twenty years touring globally as a speaker and performer in countries including Canada, The United States, Mexico, Africa, Dubai and The United Kingdom.

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Most Influential Person
    Dr Wayne Dyer
Effect on Emotions
    A really amazing teacher of mine once said, emotions are energy in motion. So I think of emotions flowing through and when they can't flow through, they get stuck. So crying is a very good example of this.
    We've been raised in a culture that says crying is a bad thing. Don't cry boys. Don't cry, don't cry. We apologize when we cry and yet this is the body's way of flowing through energy that's just trying to release and move through.
    And if we clamp down and we say, don't cry, where does that energy go? It gets stuck in the physical body, it gets dammed up and all of a sudden we start feeling inflammation and everything gets tight and constricted and this turns into dis ease.
    Literally, it's the unconscious bodies mind's way of trying to inform a conscious like, hey, there's something here that's not working. You're out of alignment.
    So emotions to me are energy in motion. It's helping us become aware of what's happening in the moment, what am I feeling? And if we're not listening, we really get out of alignment.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing to me is an anchoring practice. It's something fairly consistent. Our breath is our life force. So if we don't breathe, we die.
    I'm in North America. We're very chronic, shallow breathers. Most of us are holding a lot of tension and stress.
    The invention of technology, although it's very fun and connects us in some ways, it really causes a lot of stress and pressure. We're living in a time where we're bombarded by all of these requests from our phone telling us who we should be friends with and where we should eat and how many steps and you know, all this stuff and it's stressful.
    And so our breath as a result physically, it kind of vanishes. It gets really shallow. So the breath to me is a way to bring life back in. It's a way to create presence. It's a way to, in the moment expand charisma and to reset.
    There's so much to the breath. We need to spend an episode on that because it's really at the core of who we are. It connects our thinking mind and our physical body and just anchors us into this moment.
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Bullying Story
    When I was growing up I had an exceptional amount of arm hair. This was the closest I personally came to feeling bullied, but I used to be made fun of and I still do.
    People see my arm hair and they laugh. When I was in Africa, actually I think it was kind of funny, but the kids would pet me because they were [were reminded of] a dog or something because I had so much arm hair.
    I can laugh about it now, but at the time when I was growing up, this was a big deal for me. I'd always wear long sleeve shirts and I didn't want anybody to see my arms and it felt like if they did, they'd make fun of me.
    Even today one of my best friends, and I love him to death, but he said, dude, you've got to shave your arm hair. It's too much, and so we did and you know, it was one of those things growing up where I was just really feeling self conscious about how I looked physically and it was just to me like a real small glimpse of what it would be like to be bullied on a very big level.
    I have so much compassion for people that have experienced bullying.
    At the same time I have a lot of compassion for the bullies themselves because this is totally a form of fear and disconnect and unconsciously playing out.
    It just gives me a little insight and compassion when I think of being made fun of for my arm hair, what it must be like to be bullied on a deeper level too.
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Join Mindfulness Coach and author, Keith Macpherson in an immersive learning environment as you explore the five key principles to mindfulness practice. Adapted from his best selling book, Making Sense of Mindfulness, Keith takes you through all five principles of mindfulness practice with videos, guided audio exercises and a workbook to assist you with bringing more balance, focus, and meaning into your life. $100.00 off for a limited time. www.MindfulnessMode.com/msof

Dec 13 2018
40 mins
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Rank #6: 136 Don't Let The Demons In and You'll Do Really Well Says Five Minute Bark Host Dennis Langlais

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Dennis Langlais is an inspiration to thousands. Since he was five
years old he wanted to build teams, be a speaker and motivate people. At
the age of 16 he became a professional Free Style BMX Bike Rider,
travelling the world to compete. In 1991 he started his first business
called Perfection on Wheels, successfully presenting over 7000
live shows. He is now well known as host of The Five Minute Bark
Podcast where he continues to inspire listeners across the world.

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    Website: codiedog.com
    Youtube: Five Minute BarkTwitter: @DennisLanglaisFacebook: Dennis Langlais
Most Influential Person
    Tony Robbins
Effect on Emotions
    It's
    a good way to recheck where you're at because, we live in this massive
    world and when we get in a situation where we're down and out or not
    focused, we then put ourselves in a small little box, right now I'm
    visualizing it as this 8 by 8 square box that we stick ourselves in, and
    we forget that the whole world is out there.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing
    is just... you're tensed up, I don't know if people know about, cancer
    happens and disease happens more from tenseness, stress. It's a drug you
    should be taking every day. You should breath as much as you can, you
    hear a lot about it these days, drinking water and breathing. I remind
    myself because I have friends who are stressed out to no end about their
    businesses and themselves and I see them not breathing and I see them
    not focusing on breath and it reminds me to do it.
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    Book: The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace WattlesApp: The Cody Dog Inspirational Tools for Success Platform
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You've
got a thousand things you've got to get done, you've got to take one
little thing and get it done one little thing, and get it done. Just
chip away one little piece at a time because if you keep looking at the
big picture, you're just never going to get anything done. It's
something I always struggle with. I have to reconnect myself to get one
little thing done, today I'm just going to get these three automated
emails done. Today I'm just going to get these podcasts done. So you got
to chip away at these things in little pieces. You're going to get
distracted constantly about the big picture, but the big picture is much
more important.

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Aug 22 2016
32 mins
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Rank #7: 211 Change Your Thinking, Change Your Body With Lucia Ferraro

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Lucia Ferraro is a people person; passionate about connecting, learning and growing. One of her specialties is weight loss and her mission is to build a community of women (and men) who have experienced sustainable weight loss by fostering good relationships with food and their bodies. She’ll help you use the power of your mind to change the way you think, so you can change the way you feel. Lucia has created a summit called Change Your Thinking, Change Your Body which will feature 28 speakers who focus not only on how to take care of our bodies, but how to have a healthier mind and spirit.

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Most Influential Person
    Tony Robbins

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Effect on Emotions
    Mindfulness has helped me. The emotions that stand out are always the negative ones.
    In this space that I'm in, I've reconciled just by talking to my mother's picture. I reconciled our relationship that I didn't see. I realized my role and responsibility in that.
    Mindfulness has shifted everything even though she's passed. It was a moment of surrender. I released my mother from that.
Thoughts on Breathing
    I breathe when I take time to meditate and I definitely breathe when I'm walking.
    I will put on a certain song or instrumental music and I can focus in on my breathing and my tempo. I find that important even when I'm teaching my class.
    There's a way to do it, like when we do abdominals. I'm always telling people, 'hold your abs like I'm going to punch you in the stomach'.
    There's something about the way you need to breathe so that your body performs the way you want it to perform. Oxygen needs to go to your muscles so that you can do an aerobic activity
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Bullying Story
    I personally wasn't bullied by an external source but I certainly bullied the crap out of myself.
    It was the 'not enoughness' things. It was the quest for perfection. And the 'why can you get to that?'
    I needed to attend to the self-care of me because I realized that I would be able to parent better and also take care of Lucia. I modelled what that needed to look like to my children.
    I bullied myself in the thoughts; the thoughts were thugs.
    The thoughts that could come up and nurture me, were pushed down for sure.
    Everything comes down to nurturing and honoring yourself.
Apr 27 2017
46 mins
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Rank #8: 255 Reclaim Your Happiness; Learn How From Jacqui Letran

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Jacqui Letran is a multiple award-winning author and a vibrant, passionate thought leader, mentor and speaker. She has helped thousands of teens and youth turn their lives around by changing their mindset to one where they truly believe success and happiness are possible, regardless of their current circumstances. Trained as a Nurse Practitioner, Jacqui has made full use of her life experience and training to successfully transform clients. Jacqui just returned from the Great American Book Festival and Literary Classics' Book Award Ceremony to receive a Gold Medal for her book, "5 Simple Questions to Reclaim Your Happiness". The book also won a Silver Medal from the Readers Favorite category.

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Most Influential Person
    Robin Duncan (My mentor)
Effect on Emotions
    Mindfulness has effected my emotions - everything. Right now, I'm living in North Carolina and by Sunday, big hurricane Irma might hit North Carolina and I can get drawn into that negativity and that fear, or I can stay mindful and present, stay calm and prepare for it and make decisions that are going to be more beneficial for me and not have a knee-jerk reaction out of fear.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing is everything. Your breath is your life force.
    When you take that moment to connect to your life force, things change. The physiology in your body changes when you're taking that time to slow down and be intentional with your breath.
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Bullying Story
    [In my book], I share my stories of being the 'bullier' to other people and I also briefly share how I was bullied in the medical setting. As a teenager I was seeking help, I was scared and rather than having any kind of support or compassion, I was bullied. I was made to feel even worse about myself.
    Those are two examples of how I bullied others and how other people bullied me. I want to present something that I don't think a lot of us think about as often as we should.
    That is, we are our biggest bulliers. Everything that I experienced back then was because of me. I was the one who said, 'I'm stupid', to me. I was the one who said, 'Don't do it, you're not good enough'. 'You don't fit in'. 'You are inferior'.
    I was telling myself all of that and I told myself that so much that I believed it. I would love for people to just pause for a moment and think about how you've been bullying yourself and what you can do to stop that.
Sep 28 2017
34 mins
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Rank #9: 217 Use Mindfulness To Gain Power and Opportunity Suggests Pamela Gold

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Pamela Gold is a deeply spiritual and insightful thought leader. She’s been called a Modern Day Yoda, providing deep wisdom and inspiration to all who have an opportunity to connect with her. Pamela’s childhood was spent on the family farm in upstate New York and later she graduated from Yale University; entered the business world and met success at the young age of 24.  After pausing to have a family, she then co-founded West Village Parents and went on to pursue her passion for fitness and wellness. Yoga became a new focus in her life and it connected her love of philosophy, science, psychology, and wellness, and eventually led her to discover her life's work: teaching inner peace as the key to our greatest evolution and ultimately, world peace.

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Most Influential Person
    My kriya yoga teacher, Yogacharya Don Abrams, affectionately called "Don Baba".
Effect on Emotions
    The more mindful we can be, the more we have a buffer between how we originally were going to react and how we chose to respond.
    Feeling angry, feeling sad, feeling our emotions ... that is never bad. Those feelings are always teaching us something; it's always an opportunity to learn.
    The question is, how do we handle them? What are we going to do with that energy?
    So, the more mindfulness that I have, the more power that I have moment to moment.
    As I get triggered, I can use that as an opportunity. Own that opportunity to learn and to grow instead of pushing it out, blaming someone else, reacting in a way that's destructive to someone else.
    At the end of the day, our relationships are based on trust so if we act out of these negative emotions and blame someone else for how we feel, we're going to be undermining the strength of our relationships.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing and our mind go hand in hand. On my website, I share a breathing guide. While we sometimes feel that we can't control our minds, we can always control our breath.
    One of the things I learned in yoga school, and that I've played with and refined, is how, by focusing on different parts of our breath, we can kind of control and hack how our mind is handling something.
    By keeping our breath even, we keep our mind even.
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Bullying Story
    I think every child is going to face time when people are unkind. Someone is putting their own feelings ahead of someone else's.
    Everything that I've learned up to this point has influenced my parenting. My children come home with stories about times when people are unkind.
    One of the mantras I've taught them has been that it is never cool to be rude or to be unkind as they face, perhaps another child that is excluding them and being unkind and perhaps trying to make themselves feel better by being unkind.
    Using this awareness that, no matter how imperfect we are in any given moment, you always can learn from the situation that you could have handled something more skillfully, with more grace, with more compassion yourself. But if someone is being unkind to you, that's on them.
    When I was in fifth grade, I had a friend .... it was the end of the year party and there was this whole thing where we weren't going to have the party at her house, we were going to have the party at our house. I started to see that she was getting her feelings hurt, so I told her what was going on.
    I kind of betrayed the confidence of my other friends in doing so. Understandably, my other friends were upset with me. That spiraled into some of my friends being very cruel and it was very hurtful.
    At the time I didn't have the awareness to recognize that I could have done things better. If someone's being cruel or unkind, that's on them.
May 18 2017
29 mins
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Rank #10: 451 The Mind Is The Map Says Author Christina Reeves

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Christina Reeves is a Holistic Life Coach and Energy Psychologist. Born in Toronto, Canada, she is also an accomplished author, speaker, and facilitator, hosting workshops, seminars, and lectures in North America and Internationally. Working from her clinic and training facility she continues to share her methodologies and techniques mentoring and supporting others to take responsibility in reaching their full potential while guiding them towards enjoying a joyful and happy life.

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Most Influential Person
    James Redfield
Effect on Emotions
    Part of mindfulness is feeling things fully
    It is important to understand that you're not your emotions and you're not your stories
    Emotion is just an overlay of who you really are as a core of your being
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing really pulls in the life force energy
    As we're breathing we can feel, we can focus on the organs of the body
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Bullying Story
    There's a lot of bullying, cyberbullying. The children need to be mindful enough to stand in their power. It's their power to say no. To say no is one thing, but it's also in their power to give their voice to someone who can help it stop.
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Aug 08 2019
39 mins
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Rank #11: 214 Feel Comfortable in Your Own Skin; Muscle Prodigy Co-Founder Jaret Grossman

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Jaret Grossman is highly skilled in guiding and advising others. In fact, he’s in a personal development league of his own, which is way up there on the upper echelon of spectacular business consultants and mindset coaches. Jaret’s brilliant insight is illuminated in many of his Youtube videos which have received over 30 million views. Jaret is known as one of New York’s best wrestlers, he holds a law degree, and he also has a health and fitness brand called Muscle Prodigy. Jaret has written a book called Cracking The Code, which has helped thousands of readers get their lives on track.

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Most Influential Person
    My parents / Tony Robbins / Max (a wrestling mentor) / Parker (College Wrestling Coach)
Effect on Emotions
    When you get to a point you realize that you're doing the same patterns over and over again. Then you realize that it's painful.
    It's only when you learn to break free from the patterns that you'll experience peace. The only way to do that is mindfulness. Being consciously aware of; I feel this thing and I normally do this. Why?
    The real root is the why. Why are you doing it? Is there a reason? Is it serving you? Is it not serving you? If you really dig deep, the layers of the why ... there is this breakthrough moment that it's like, why? And you can shift it. Then you can start implanting a new pattern that's more beneficial to you.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Most of us breathe shallow and into our chest.
    It's a shortened breath and that's usually the same breathing as someone who is anxious & tense all the time. Fear driven. It's shallow breaths.
    If you could do the reverse where as you breathe deep into your belly, now you're going to be much more relaxed and calm.
    When we talk about alpha, it's about alpha male, alpha female. It's really coming from brain waves. Alpha is actually an alertness with a calm to it also.
    That's sort of the mode you want to be in on a daily basis. That's when you're in control; when you're alert but you're calm.
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Rank #12: 345 Real Transformation: It's Not What You Think; Wendy Yellen

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Wendy Yellen is named one of the International Top Three Transformational Experts in her field. Wendy has studied emotional release bodywork and many other traditional and non-traditional forms of healing from masters around the world. Wendy walked away from a successful psychotherapy practice when she discovered the Holy Grail of transformation work called Eidetics. This practice, based on ancient Greek knowledge and 21st Century science, enables business people and creatives to unlock their full potential and remove the weight of old, often unseen vulnerabilities which have been holding them back.

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Effect on Emotions
    My emotions? Well, again, I'll go back to my husband. We've been together 40 years almost.
    This is true, I'm not proud of it. I was mentally divorcing him. Sometimes it felt like about 80 percent of the time; in my head. I mean rehearsing when I would say it, but I never did it. Thank goodness, because I feel so in love with him now and I see him as a person.
    I feel love in my heart in ways which I didn't allow before and part of that has been through eidetic images where saw what I was doing to him in an image where it was irrefutable and impossible to ignore. And it just broke my heart what I was doing. It just, it was horrible.
    And so by being more mindful of when those automatic responses were coming up and taking a moment and choosing a house of love and letting other things bubble up in me.
    Now what happens is sometimes I catch him singing for no reason at all and the problem is I don't know if he was always singing or I just didn't hear it.
Thoughts on Breathing
    You might be surprised to hear [that it isn't part of my mindfulness practice]. It isn't a specific part where I focus on it, but it is a place that has changed in me and certainly when I am stopping, I'm definitely paying more attention to my breath, but it is not a place that I pay conscious attention to most of the time. I'm much more paying attention to, let's say some of the spiritual images that are coming to me through eidetics. That's more my focus.
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Bullying Story
    So I thought a lot about this question. In fact, I had a conversation with my husband in the car about it yesterday and I thought, well, I could talk about Emily and I could talk about the kid in the pool in Japan and I could talk about being Jewish, but none of those stories have the juice of what I'm about to say.
    I think the worst bullying we do is the bullying we do to ourselves in our own head. We live there so much of the time; I also think it's that bullying that can put us at risk for letting other people believe us because we have that Achilles heel. We have that sensitivity. We have that place where we're not coming from that same confidence. It can be so cruel sometimes.
    I hear things coming out of people's mouths and I think if anybody else said that they would be up in arms. If they said that about somebody else [it would be unacceptable], but yet the way we talk to ourselves is cruel, so cruel. So I think that is real bullying.
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Aug 06 2018
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Rank #13: 229 Listen With Your Body, Mind, and Spirit With Sharon Carne of Sound Wellness

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Sharon Carne is passionate about the healing power of sound and music. She has developed stress reduction programs making use of the healing power of sound. Sharon has produced sound healing recordings and is frequently invited to speak for corporate and private events – many of them based within the medical community. Sharon also has written a book called, “Listen From the Inside Out”.

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    My good friend Tina and also my sister.
Effect on Emotions
    Mindfulness calms my emotions so much.
    That deep breath is one of the first places you go to. Then whatever situation I'm in, whatever the mindfulness tool I bring in. A sound or an internal sound. One of my favourite things is to listen to the bird songs as I go on my walks. That's my mindfulness walk. My mindfulness meditation.
Thoughts on Breathing
    The breath brings me right back. It always does that.
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Bullying Story
    We had quite an experience in our own family with our older son.
    When he was in grade 7, he moved to another school. About six of the kids who were his best friends in grade 6 in the previous school were in his group at school.
    Our older son has always been my teacher for integrity; since he could speak. At that age of grade seven when you're twelve or thirteen and peer pressure becomes an important part of the social milieu and so he would say, I'm not going to do that, that's not right.
     He started getting bullied, which ended up after several months with an enormous amount of angst. He was crying himself to sleep at night and he came home one day and said, mom, I'm not going back to school.
    He was just vibrating with stress and frustration and anger. He actually hit a kid, which is why he said he was not going back to school. I said, OK.
    Another of his friends was being homeschooled at that time so I called his mom and said, what do I do. She coached me on what to do and so I called the school and said I was taking him out to be homeschooled and explained that every intervention I've tried had not worked.
    So, it was one of the things that really helped Will, whenever he was really super stressed, it would affect his stomach.
    I found a CD. It was called Chakra Chants by Jonathon Goldman. I said, just stay in bed, Will. I know your stomach's hurting and this is psychological hurting so it was real.
    I would put the CD on and he would come down sixty minutes later saying, I'm all better, Mom. It was amazing.
    It helped him so much, having it in the background and encouraging him to allow the sound to do it's work, even though he wasn't focusing on it.
Jun 29 2017
34 mins
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Rank #14: 348 Using The BodyMind To Heal; Author Elisabeth Misner

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Elisabeth Misner is a Natural Health Practitioner and Meditation Leader. She teaches at the Lake Austin Spa Resort in Austin, TX, as well as at various retreats and conferences around the world. Her latest book, Healing Begins in the Kitchen, tells the story of how her husband, BNI Founder, Dr. Ivan Misner, healed prostate cancer using diet, nutrition, and lifestyle changes. Not long after his recovery, she was also diagnosed with cancer and applied everything she had learned with her husband and more to bring herself back to health with no surgery or radiation. Beth’s focus on the BodyMind is helping many others to heal quickly and naturally from a variety of conditions.

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Effect on Emotions

    Oh, mindfulness has really given me a perspective that emotion is just an emotion. It doesn't control me and I don't have to act on it.
Thoughts on Breathing

    First of all, I love breathing. I'm a big fan of breathing.
    How has it affected my mind? It slows me down. I think it slows my thoughts down and when I have the breath to focus on, it really helps me stay in the present. It's a big cue for me for mindfulness.
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Bullying Story

    I do have a couple of stories about bullying as it relates to this experience. In the first example, I wasn't quite as competent yet with my mindfulness. It was a very stressful experience. I actually had a very strong reaction was with the oncologist that I went to in the very beginning.
    She really bullied me and even Ivan couldn't believe how she bullied me and was telling me, you know, what are all these vitamins you're taking, you might be hurting yourself and you know, we're going to do it this way and I'm gonna have you do that so I know what kind of chemotherapy to give you. She was being a bully to me and I was asking questions and wanting to get more information and wanting to slow down and she, you know, push, push, push and bullying me.
    And I literally left her office and went into shock. I felt, well, literally going into shock is a little bit different than having a reaction where your immune system; your adrenaline is flowing and you're shaking. It was that kind of a thing, like I was in a state of shock.
    The next time that happened to me, I had a completely different experience and this happened online. I was working in one of the healing cancer naturally facebook groups that I'm in.
    There was a doctor in that group who really flamed me. I was sharing my experience. I wasn't telling anybody else this is what you have to do. And he really blamed me and I gently, with love and tenderness, I stood up for myself and I said, you know, with all due respect, this is not appropriate for you to be speaking to me this way, you know.
    And ultimately what happened was the lady who started the group, banned him from the group because he had been flaming other people as well. She stepped in to kind of protect us from his vitreal, which was very, very nice.
    But I can see the reaction with me was very different and maybe it was because it wasn't face to face and I was already well on the way to recovery.
    All of those dynamics were different, but I can pinpoint that being mindful really had me in my experience and his perspective and opinion did not rattle me at all.
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Aug 16 2018
41 mins
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Rank #15: 337 The Conscious Power Of Awareness In Business and Life; Bob Rosen

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Bob Rosen is a trusted CEO adviser, organizational psychologist, and bestselling author. He has long been on a mission to transform the world of business, one leader at a time. Bob founded Healthy Companies International over twenty years ago with the singular goal of helping executives achieve their leadership potential. Bob and his colleagues started an in-depth study of leadership. Since then, he has personally interviewed more than 500 CEOs in forty-five countries in organizations as diverse as Ford, Citigroup, Pepsi, and Johnson & Johnson. He has become an adviser to many of these companies and coordinates the Healthy CEO Roundtable. Bob’s most recent book is called Conscious: The Power of Awareness in Business and Life.

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    My husband, Jay.
Effect on Emotions
    I think that everybody feels their emotions in a band and some people have a narrow band of emotions and some people have a medium band and some people have a very wide band, like a manic depressive would have a very wide band and some people are stoic and have a narrow band.
    I'm in the middle. And so I feel life intensely; both the ups and the downs and so my mindfulness has enabled me to manage that so that my band isn't too wide and hijack me in the process.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Oh, I have to remind myself all the time. I sort of laugh at myself when I'm in the shower or I'm walking and I notice that I'm not even breathing. I'm like holding my breath and so deep breathing is such a wonderful skill to develop in terms of getting more peaceful and mindful.
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Bullying Story
    I'll give you a personal example and then a business example. A personal example is I'm a gay man and I, I've been with my husband now for 35 years, but I've been very sensitive to watch how society has changed on its consciousness about gay and lesbian people.
    I also look at the 'Me Too' movement and women, and there were so many men who were abusing women and they weren't conscious of the fact that they were doing it.
    The norms were such that they could get away with it and women for their part may or may not have been conscious of being abused or they didn't want to talk about it and they developed their own consciousness to speak out and to be comfortable with their own personal power in the world.
    So those are examples where I think bullying has affected my life. In a real life example take ABC studios and Roseanne Barr. It's a great example. People knew Roseanne's track record and they knew her prejudices, but they wanted a hit series.
    They hired her and one wonders whether if they were a little more conscious and aware of the potential impact, the inevitable impact of Roseanne discovering that she can speak out and say her mind in the most prejudicial way, you know, maybe they wouldn't have made that investment.
Jul 09 2018
40 mins
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Rank #16: 196 Be Mindful Of What You Want To Create Recommends Media Expert Esther Kiss

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Esther Kiss works in the field of marketing and publicity where she helps experts and personal brands get exposure. She uses elements of mindfulness to be a true connector of people. She is founder of a one-of-a-kind agency called Born To Influence and co-founder of Strategic Influence. Esther gets her clients on traditional TV, radio, newspapers and magazines, as well as online telesummits, podcasts, and large publications. Esther has interviewed Gary Vaynerchuk, Perry Marshall and many others for her own show; Born To Influence, The Marketing Show.

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    Keith Ferrazzi  (Author of Never Eat Alone: And Other Secrets to Success, One Relationship at a Time)
Effect on Emotions
    It made me incredibly more conscious of being grateful for things and being more high vibe.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing is part of the audio meditation that I use when I'm trying to calm down and go to sleep.
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Think about how you want to feel and who you want to be and what you want to create in your life. Just focus on those goals and start making a list of up to a hundred of the things that you want to be and do and have. Brainstorm and then pick your top ten to fifteen priorities and see how you can be mindful around that. Focus on that every day and commit to actions that you'll do to actually accomplish those goals.

Mar 06 2017
35 mins
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Rank #17: 122 Become Mindful Of Who We Are To Find The Joy Within Us Says Joyologist, Susan Squire

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Susan Squire is a Joyologist. She constantly brings joy into her own
life and the lives of others regardless of their circumstances. She
shares simple tools which makes choosing joy more meaningful, feasible
and fun. Susan is also a certified nutritional
therapist and yoga teacher. She is on a journey
----more----of whole foods and
plant based eating, and has overcome autoimmune and mental and emotional
challenges by changing her relationship with food. Now that she has
moved into a healthy place with her own body, Susan is delighted to
spend her time helping others in her role as a Joyologist.

Contact InfoMost Influential Person
    Marianne Williamson
Effect on Emotions
    Being
    able to be mindful of who I am and where I am and why I am and how I
    am. Just being able to connect to that and be present in that moment has
    allowed my emotions to not be all crazy, wild and all over the place
    but just to be centered in that joyful experience of every single
    moment.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing
    is so powerful. We talk about core and a lot of times people think,"Oh
    I've gotta build that 6 pack abs," but to me, core breathing is what
    gets the flow from head to toe and it's right centered there in our
    heart, in our true core. Breathing is actually the letter B in my book
    and as we breathe through things we can live through things and so
    breathing is essential, it's core.

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Advice for Newbie

I
would say, first and foremost, believe you are valuable. Believe that
you are joy, that you are there for a purpose and you can find that
purpose. All you have to do is take a moment to connect and believe in
who you are. Stop frantically frenziedly searching out there, because
joy isn't lost, it's in you. You can find that through a mindful
connection of believing how awesome and powerful you are and what a
great purpose you have for being here on this earth.

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Rank #18: 400 The Secret To Getting Well In 21 Days With Dr. Stephen Cabral

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Dr. Stephen Cabral is a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor and founder of the Cabral Wellness Institute. At 17 years old, Stephen Cabral was diagnosed with a life-altering illness and given no hope for recovery. Every day, he suffered endlessly for many years. It was only after Stephen traveled all over the world and discovered how to combine ancient Ayurvedic healing practices with state-of-the-art Naturopathic & Functional Medicine did he understand how to fully rebalance the body and re-energize it with life. Today in Dr. Cabral’s online and Boston practice, he and his team use Functional Medicine lab testing and Personalized Wellness Plans to help people rebalance their mind and body to recover from autoimmune diseases, thyroid problems, weight gain, and dozens of other hard to treat health conditions. His mission is to help people understand that there is always a reason why you have not achieved your ideal wellness or weight loss goals and that you can and will get well again!

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Effect on Emotions
    It's made me a more calm, level, and relaxed person. Understanding that I can't be perfect nor will I ever be perfect, what I do is, I simply try to be the best version of me. I have my bad moments, but I catch myself. I'm more self-aware now.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing is the key to mindfulness. If you are holding your breath you are turning on the fight or flight.
    You are most likely either chest breathing or you are stimulating what is called the sympathetic nervous system. It's hard to be relaxed, it's hard to produce gaba, serotonin, all the relaxation neurotransmitters if you are holding your breath. Most people do. I used to. Or chest breathing under stress.
    What you do is you go back to belly breathing. You can look up diaphragmatic breathing or belly breathing. I did an interview on this with one of the foremost doctors on breathing. You want to breathe in through the nasal passages and if you have clogged nasal passages, then you need to work on why they're clogged and inflamed like mine were.
    You're going to focus back on the one thing you really can control, and that's your breath. By going back to your breath it will take your mind off the situation and then you can refocus back on that situation. 
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Feb 11 2019
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Rank #19: 103 Have a Positive State of Mind To Start The Morning Urges Fitness and Mindset Coach, Ian Ryan

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Ian
Ryan is a personal trainer and has worked with hundreds of clients in
the Washington DC area over the past 8 years. He gets excited
working with clients who are committed to changing their body and
mindset. Ian hosts his own podcast called Fearless and Healthy and has a
blog called Golden Habits.com

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    Company: Fearless and HealthyWebsite: fearlessandhealthy.comBlog: Golden Habits.comPodcast: Fearless and Healthy Podcast
Most Influential Person
    Darren Hardy
Effect on Emotions
    It
    has definitely helped so much in my life. It has made me happier, it
    really has and being mindful has made me more grateful for the world
    around me. It has made me realize that we live in an amazing place, so I
    can't say enough about how much it has impacted me.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing
    really helps me get centered and it relieves stress from my life, so
    when I feel like I have a million things that are discombobulated in my
    head, just taking a step back, working on my breathing, being present.
    This really relieves so much stress from my life and as a fitness guy
    I'm going to say that it will help decrease your cortical levels. You
    wanna keep your cortical down so having some type of stress relief
    practice in your life can really help with that and breathing is just
    one of those things.
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Advice for Newbie
    Don't
    think that you have to do a million things to get benefits from it.
    Start with one simple practice, take timeouts during your day. If your
    stressed out at work just take a couple minutes every single day to get
    up and move around, take some deep breaths and you can build on things.
    If your starting with meditation, you might start with a simple hundred
    count breathing exercise and then expand on that as you become more
    comfortable with it but simply it at first. Build small incremental
    habits one step at a time and over the long haul you will see a ton of
    results.
Jun 06 2016
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Rank #20: 329 The Body Whisperer Will Give You Your Body Back; Erin Burch

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Erin Burch is a healer with roots as a physical therapist and yoga expert. She is known as ‘The Body Whisperer’, and if you’re experiencing pain, she can quite simply, give you your body back, using her own system coined as ‘The Burch Method’. Her expertise goes back to a prolonged experience with her body where she reversed a seemingly impossible, painful situation to become a new, pain-free woman. The brand new Erin felt connected and empowered with a fresh sense of freedom. With her clients, Erin draws on the Body’s Blueprint to create profound, lasting results.

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    Website: www.TheBurchMethod.com
    Watch for Erin's Program, "Ageless Goddess Sister Mind", a year long deep dive with a tight knit community which is launching this Fall. The program is for midlife women specifically from age 40 to 65. Learn more on her website www.TheBurchMethod.com
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    Yoga
Effect on Emotions
    Regarding mindfulness and my emotions; I'm so much better than I was.
    Mindfulness is your savior in terms of your emotions because when you get triggered, if there's no space for awareness, you are just shit out of luck. Do you know what I mean?
    Like you can do therapy all day long, but if there's no place for consciousness to be the crowbar; I think of mindfulness as being a crowbar, you know, awareness, mindfulness, attention, you can call it whatever.
    But, you know, it's the crowbar that gets in between there and opens things up. So you can insert your witness and start to make changes from that place.
Thoughts on Breathing
    Breathing. Oh Wow. I would love to do a lot more pranayama. Yeah, a lot more. I think it's probably, you know, arguably the most potent thing that we can do and I don't do it as much as I want to. It literally. It's the subtle, it's the subtle stuff. It's the little things. It's the millimeters.
    I've got to tell you, my work is all about like living into the millimeters because that's where change happens and pranayama's like that. It's actually interesting, Bruce, because with all of my training for the last year and a half, I've been waking up feeling like my rib cage is just jammed, can't breathe, wake up in the morning, not gasping for breath, but it certainly isn't free. Right?
    And it's now after a year and a half doing my mindfulness in my body fullness practice, it's much better and I'm getting more aware. That's what I mean by, you know, when we live the questions in our bodies, stuff shows up, right? Doesn't show up fast necessarily, but it does show up.
    So I'm much better. But breathing is like, again, like, you know, oxygen. Oh my God, why are we not doing everything we can all day long to increase that? If you think about the size of your lungs, it's about the size of a two liter bottle on each side, roughly. And watch how most people breathe. These little tiny, tiny breaths. So I'm a big fan of it and I'm getting better and better at it.
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    I just got a testimonial today from a woman. I can read it to you.
    Actually. I did a VIP day with her. A VIP day with me is six hours where we go back to the drawing board and build your body up in a whole new way.
    Then I spend all the time that we're together training you into that place and teaching you how to stay there, which is really unusual to get that kind of training.
    Nobody does that. Right. And that's the key, is learning how to stay there. Yeah. Because when you leave a physical therapist or chiropractor or massage therapist office, they're influence stops when you walk out the door. That wasn't okay with me as a PT (Physical Therapist).
    They would come back with the same body and I was like, but we did such good work and they'd be like, I don't know what I did.
    And so I've started to unravel the patterns that people use to paint themselves into the corner that they don't like being in.
    That's what I mean by the trunk, by being in the trunk is, you know, you unconsciously paint yourself into these corners and then you wonder how did I get here and who can help me get out of it?
    And I'm like, okay, this is how you got there. This is the driver's seat, this is how you got there. And now if you do this other thing, you'll get a different result. Really, really revolutionary. No one's doing this.
    So here's what she wrote:
    "If you do one thing this year, hire Erin. The Burch Method and working with Erin will change your life. After one VIP session with her and integrating the Burch Method into my routine, my years of nagging hip and knee pain have disappeared. I travel over 100,000 miles per year in my career. And for the first time I've gotten off the plane without stiffness and pain. I have more energy and more stamina than I did in my forties. Erin is the best at what she does, period."
Jun 11 2018
44 mins
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