The neuroscience of meditation, the potential for personal enlightenment, positive social change, and the new science of neurotheology are the focus of our interview this week with cutting-edge neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Newberg, Director of Research at the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health and a physician at Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. If you’ve ever wondered why meditation works and what the benefits of meditation are – listen in!
Love is the feeling we are all seeking – so many songs, books, films, and poems are devoted to this all-powerful feeling but if this is the case why is it so hard for some of us to feel love at times? Why do so many of us struggle with self-love? If, as a society, we are so fascinated by it, why do some of us feel lonely or unhappy – even if we are in a relationship – and what can we do about it?
Letting go of a life focused on creating peace between countries to find peace within is the theme of this powerful episode with award-winning musician and sound-therapist Shervin Boloorian. Originally an Iranian refugee in the United Kingdom, Shervin rose to federal policy and peace coalition leadership roles in the United States before a serious health crisis led him to re-evaluate his life mission and purpose.
Self-worth – why is it so fundamental to a happy life – yet why is it so elusive for so many of us? What can we do to build a powerful sense of self-worth and confidence inside us? And how can we fast-track this process?
How to bring more love into our lives, and finding freedom in, and through love, are the themes of this week’s powerful conversation with Aunty Barbara Randall, wife of renowned Aboriginal Elder Uncle Bob Randall. In this episode, Barbara shares the deep messages of love she found in Kanyini, Uncle Bob Randall’s interpretation of his ancient culture, and her journey of meeting and falling in love with Uncle Bob.
Trust … How much do you trust yourself and how much do you trust the world around you? What if you revolutionized your relationship with trust? What changes could you make in your life? In this week’s episode of Your Freedom Unlimited, I share how trust has made me feel happier, less anxious and allowed me to live my passion.
The power of caring for others, non-judgment, diving deeper into love, trust and connection are the themes of this week’s powerful conversation with Aunty Barbara Randall, wife of renowned Aboriginal Elder Uncle Bob Randall. Rebuilding trust between cultures, how to break free from limiting beliefs and the cultural connection possible across continents are just part of this fascinating discussion with one of the wise elders of our times.
Acceptance – how can it help us to navigate life more easily? Do you sometimes find life really hard? Would you like to find an easier way? If so join me on Your Freedom Unlimited this week where I share with you how to make everything simpler in life by tapping into the master frequency of accepting and allowing. Why? Because accepting and allowing immediately reduces the resistance we have to what is going on in our lives.
Fabienne Vailes is a UK expert on emotional and mental well-being in the education sector. With over 20 years’ experience teaching people of all ages – and as French Language Director at the University of Bristol – Fabienne is on a mission to change the face of education – by embedding well-being into the curriculum so students and staff flourish and succeed.
Gratitude attitude – while this could be a great slogan for a bumper sticker what could a truly conscious shift to a gratitude attitude do to help us to feel more happiness, confidence and freedom in our lives? And less anxious and self-doubting?
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