Feeling like the ‘walking wounded?’ Not Good! You are not alone, in my work on The Autoimmune Hour, I keep hearing, “I’ll be glad to put this year behind me!” In any type of chaos, trauma or turmoil our bodies ‘take-the-hit’ whether we are consciously aware of it or not. Now is the time to be gentle with yourself – but how? Listen to our interview Friday, December 23rd – 7 PM ET at http://LifeInterruptedRadio.com/Shock
Imagine one moment you are at the top of the of your game, and then the next, waking up four days later and realizing your life will never be the same…and still finding happiness and humor at every turn.
This week’s special guest, Valerie Sheppard, the author of the #1 best-seller Living Happy to Be ME! shares with us her “Now WHAT?” moment and her remarkable story of recovery from a catastrophic-hemorrhagic stroke.
Valerie insights on humor, the power of choice, resilience and her deep commitment to the healing power of happiness is truly inspiring.
Listen to this intriguing interview at http://lifeinterruptedradio.com/Valerie
Humor, laughing and well-being expert, Dr. Isaac Prilleltensky, Dean of Education and Human Development at the University of Miami and author of eight books and over 120 articles and chapters shares with us insights from his latest book, The Laughing Guide to Well-Being: Using Humor and Science to become Happier and Healthier.
In this provocative episode of The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interruption Radio we welcome Dean Griffiths. Dean is known as ‘The Soul Whisperer’ and in this episode; we celebrate the uniqueness of you and your healing path and explore how (and if) pain and fear can be messengers of change.
Is there a mind-body-spirit emotional connection to healing? Discover ways to learn to listen to how you are really feeling. No, this isn’t answering the question when the doctor says, “How are you feeling?” This weeks’ episode of The Autoimmune Hour on Life interrupted Radio explores self care, self love and self forgiveness with the songstress Sheena Grobb.
Carole Marie Downing shares with The Autoimmune Hour:
* The gift of finding gratitude in each day, even in the midst of loss.
* Acknowledging and feeling grief in order to make room for joy.
* Focusing on small steps in the present moment that lead us to embrace life again.
Plus so much more. A fan-favorite and very thought provoking show.
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