Loss and grief expert Laura Jack shares with us in this powerful episode of The Autoimmune Hour the practices of self-care and self-love, and ways to create a better understanding of loss and its accompanying grief.
The Autoimmune Hour welcomes Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr. Tanya Gee. She shares the history to TCM and why its roots are based on a deep understanding of the laws and patterns of nature and how that applies to the human body. Listen to our fascinating and informative interview!
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.
In this intriguing interview with Barbra Gilman, Transformational Specialist, she shares a few of her interesting insights from her work as a Certified Access Consciousness Facilitator. We will learn the simple questions to create change without struggle and leave the ‘wrong-ness’ of you to celebrate the ‘right-ness’ of you, plus so much more. Listen to our interview this Friday night December 30th at 7PM EDT at http://LifeInterruptedRadio.com/B_Gilman
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.
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
Did you know that 4 times a second your “emotional alarm system” asks “Am I safe?” and “Do I matter?” The answer you get back is very important to your health…and this week’s guest on Life Interrupted Radio, Sarah Peyton, will share with us why….
Sarah is one expert not to be missed! What she shares will transform your health — autoimmune diagnosis or not!
Sharon Sayler welcomes Sonia Trejo from the Alchemy of Hope and Healing to Life Interrupted Radio’s Autoimmune Series.
Sonia is a certified Health and Wellness Coach, patient advocate and a Master Core Energy Leadership Coach. She is also a certified Pilates instructor, a certified personal trainer through National Academy of Sports Medicine and a Nutrition Consultant.
And, Sonia is someone who has been there…. She has been living with Multiple Sclerosis since 1995, and continues to defy the statistics given her diagnosis — having been told that she would be in a wheelchair and blind within ten years, to this day, 20+ years later, she maintains an active and physical lifestyle. From her personal experience and immense education in the field of healing the mind-body-spirit Sonia now shows her client’s how they can live well with autoimmune too
Learn to let go with grace and ease….. Often our thoughts turn to relationships around the holiday season…. and some of those relationships and thoughts can be harmful to our well-being especially if we have a chronic illness.