In this episode, I talk about the war in Ukraine, Putin and our responsibility to world stewardship.
In some relationships, whether it’s family, lovers or friendships, the word of love and appreciation is missing. In this episode I talk about how rare the words are in many relationships and how to bring them back into your life.
This episode of Navigating Life talks about how a new year brings new opportunities to make positive changes.
I talk about the discoveries made when clients and volunteers, under hypnosis remembered their past lives, in order to deal with their present life issues. They talked about living in different races, and as men and also women and how they lived in different nationalities around the world. These discoveries play an important part in how we understand our existence as people within the world.
In this episode I interview Doug MacLaren to talk about acupuncture. If you’ve never experienced acupuncture, you will learn about what an acupuncture session is like and how acupuncture works. For those who have had acupuncture, you will learn more about how it works and also the history of acupuncture. A very informative interview.
In this episode I talk about how in our lives we have dreams, goals and hopes. As life progresses, for some of us those dreams, goals and hopes fade into the background as we find ourselves stuck in the perpetual motion of the mundane. Stuck in a life of routine. In this episode I talk about how we should bring back those dreams, goals and hopes and incorporate them into our everyday life routines.
In life, we make decisions every day. Each decision is a choice. They may be minor choices or major choices. They may be choices that bring positive change and happiness or bring hurt and pain. We have many opportunities to make the right or wrong choice. Sometimes it comes down to the question of should we make that choice? Some people choose certain choices simply because they can and will benefit themselves, even if it hurts others. A responsible choice maker thinks before taking action. That’s why I always say, “just because you can doesn’t mean you should.” If people would utilize that question in their decision making, it could change a life and it could change many things in this world. So think about it when you make choices. Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.
We hear people say, “let the next generation deal with it.” What the people who speak those words do not realize is that they are the next generation! This episode was originally uploaded to my Journey Back podcast about my book by the same name and the stories of all of the volunteers who went into past lives under my hypnosis. It’s okay if you don’t believe in past lives 100%; just have an open mind. After listening to the experiences of the volunteers, I firmly believe that we live many lives and that we will return as a generation in the future.
I felt that the message was so important that I wanted to post it on Navigating Life, because our continuous existence is a part of navigating life now an in the future.
The Voices Said, “That’s Not Mary” The Disappearance of Mary’s Mum – Living with a Mentally Ill Stranger tells the story of living with and surviving a parent’s descent into the black hole that is Schizophrenia and its impact on not only the parent but the life-long affect on her only child.
Dr. Spencer Greene will be discussing the benefits and uses of Chinese Herbal Medicine, as well as its history.