Do you ever wish you could stop taking things personally? Are you tired being labeled your diagnosis? or have you been told you are too sensitive? The Autoimmune Hour welcomes Joel Young, the Creator & Custodian of The NPA Process, a beautifully simple way to stop taking things personally.
The Autoimmune Hour has the honor of interviewing Katharine Di Cerbo on the art of listening! In this week’s episode Katharine shares her step-by-step guide to create a deep listening conversation that can help you gain clarity and promote a place for connection.
All sort of questions go through your mind the moment a diagnosis of autoimmune enters your world. Many people don’t realize that the minute you are diagnosed with a chronic disease there is a grief process that happens – find out how to cope with the unexpected.
What if your personality held secrets about how you approach health and healing? Together, we explore how to understand yourself at a deeper level through the Enneagram and uncovering your personality perspectives. Eileen shares “we too often justify our reactions and make the same excuses and mistakes over and over again and wonder why life is not turning out the way we had imagined it would.”
Eileen also shares:
People have patterns of behaviors that are predictable and recognizable.
How to understand the Enneagram and your path to be your best self.
Understand you stress patterns and what your tendency toward illness is based on your personality.
Could it be your personality pattern has something to do with it? Find out Friday, August 19th at 7PM ET at www.LifeInterruptedRadio.com/BestSelf
Discover ways to know the wonder inside you, release yourself to your inner world and celebrate your truth and make this the gift to the world with your host Sharon Sayler and Dean Griffiths, ‘the Soul Whisperer.’
Too often we try to control our disease, but it only creates more stress… join Sarah Peyton and Sharon Sayler as they discuss the art of letting go of control and the healing power of self compassion.
Are you ever called “Woo-Woo?” Too sensitive? For many of us talking about our intuitive energy and KNOWING how we feel (not just physically) is too often dismissed as insignificant in our healing process by professionals, but how can they know… if we don’t know how to tell them….
Linda Binns, this week’s guest for The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio, will share with us ways we can manage our energy, how to honor our special intuitive gifts, how to advocate for our selves, and how to respect and honor your healing process if you are a highly sensitive person. Learn more about Linda at www.LindaBinns.com, then join your host, Sharon Sayler, for The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio live on Friday May 20, 2016 at 7PM ET and then in podcast at www.LifeInterruptedRadio.com/Energy
Let’s talk about the stories we tell our selves. Who am I? is the most important story you can tell yourself. What do our beliefs and stories of what illness and wellness mean do to our healing… When you have an autoimmune, or chronic condition, those stories may be even more complex after being told it’s all in your head, get over it or what’w wrong with you….
Discover how to turn a devastating diagnosis and seemingly insurmountable challenges into opportunities, let go of what is stopping your healing and achieve your greatest potential! Listen this Friday night March 25, 2016 at 7PM EDT! www.LifeInterruptedRadio.com/Let_Go
Step-by-step guide to create a deep listening conversation that can help you gain clarity and promote a place for connection. LISTEN (pun intended) to Sharon Sayler, host of The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio and Katharine Di Cerbo from www.TheConnectionCrafts.com when they share how to truly connect through deep listening Friday, March 18th at 7PM ET www.LifeInterruptedRadio.com/DeCerbo