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.
What happens when we allow our body’s energy systems to be re-set with healing methods such as Body Talk? In this interview with Lyn Delmastro-Thomson, we discover that your body is designed to heal itself, and together we explore the ‘bigger picture’ of health.
We all tell our self all kinds of stories — often they include stories of what illness and wellness mean… and when you have an autoimmune, or chronic condition, those stories may be even more complex after being told it’s all in your head….
One thing I’ve discovered through my autoimmune healing journey is that it’s both a physical and mental. Oh, those mind games that we can play….
On this episode of The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio we welcome Bev Martin who I love to describe as “a sort of a soul storyteller.” Join me, your host, Sharon Sayler and Bev Martin this Friday February 19, at 7PM ET at http://lifeinterruptedradio.com/pain_stories
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.