This is a visualization that you can use daily to help your body naturally heal what ails you. It’s best to listen to this episode in bed, lying on your back, but if that’s not comfortable for you then use a soft recliner or chair. This is not meant to be used instead or in place of professional medical treatment, but to enhance your body’s healing process.
What is pain, exactly? Do you believe that we can think our way out of pain? I do. This episode covers techniques to manage chronic and acute pain, what pain means to you, and how to handle it.
Listen to Carly Simon’s “I Haven’t Got Time for the Pain” from the 1974 album, Hotcakes.
If you are living with illness, chronic disease, or pain, there are many steps you can take to start healing yourself.
In this day and age, we cannot count on the food industry, medical industry, or food industry to help us. We must be in charge of our own bodies.
How we can change our perception of New Year’s resolutions. A guided visualization to recap your previous year and look ahead with positivity and gratitude.
In this, the anniversary show, I tell a story of how I’m ending this year with broken bones, how I get through it (peacefully), and do a short review of the first season of Peaceful Life Podcast. Thank you to all of my listeners and guests who have made this show a success!
An episode on how negative or positive thoughts can affect you, your body, your soul, the people and the world around you. You have the choice how to react to people and situations, and your life becomes so much better, happier, and more peaceful when you choose the positive.
Nobody is perfect.
In this episode, I’ll give you some tips on how to incorporate relaxation throughout your day. It’s a stressful world! But you don’t have to internalize it. Here are some things you can do to relax:
- Close your eyes
- Look out a window
- Work out, do yoga!
- Connect with nature
- Eat chocolate!