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Inner Peace

Health & Wellness, Non Fiction, Self-help

MAR 12: Corinne Zupko’s From Anxiety to Love & Chamin Ajjan’s Seeking Soulmate

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, affecting over 40 million adults.  While you might not have panic attacks or debilitating fears, none of us are immune to milder fears and anxieties.  With From Anxiety to Love: A Radical New Approach for Letting Go of Fear and Finding Lasting Peace, Corrine Zupko EdS, LPC, shares her unique three step healing process to help you manage panic attacks and overcome anxiety once and for all.

Corinne is a licensed counselor and keynote speaker who has helped thousands of individuals through her one-on-one counseling, and weekly meditation classes for corporations.  She co-founded Miracle Share International, through which she hosted the largest ACIM conference in the world.

Later, while the song says you can’t hurry love, you can certainly make sure you are ready when the right one comes along!  Find out how to be prepared for that moment in Seeking Soulmate: Ditch the Dating Game and Find Real Connection.

Author Chamin Ajjan, MS, LCSW, ACT, is a licensed clinical social worker who has been in private practice since 2004. She has blogged extensively about mindful dating, and developed a mindful dating model that she uses in her practice.

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Health & Wellness, Personal Development

DEC 11: Dr. Armin Zadeh with The Forgotten Art of Love & Dr. Becky Thompson’s Teaching with Tenderness

“As a cardiologist, I find this difficult to admit, but love is more about the brain than the heart,” writes Armin Zadeh, MD, PhD, and author of The Forgotten Art of Love: What Love Means and Why it Matters. “However, the view of love as a mental rather than magical power comes with a silver … if not golden … lining. “

On today’s show, Dr. Zadeh will help you discover the not-so-obvious connection between heart disease and state of mind, and unlock some of the answers to the mysteries of love.

Dr. Zadeh is a professor at John Hopkins University with doctoral degrees in medicine and philosophy, as well as a master’s degree in public health. As a cardiologist and scientist, Dr. Zadeh understands the close relationship between heart disease and the state of the mind.

With so much going on in our lives, it can be nearly impossible to find those cherished moments of peace each day.  Teaching with Tenderness: Toward an Embodied Practice will have you using contemplative practices such as yoga, meditation, and free writing, to help you keep your heart open as you deal with each day’s setbacks.

Becky Thompson, Ph.D., is a professor of sociology at Simmons College, human rights activist, cross-cultural trainer, writer, poet, and senior-level yoga teacher.

 

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Health & Wellness, Self-help

Jul 24: The Trauma Heart & The Fearless Path

The power of healing is one of the greatest forces in overcoming traumatic experiences.  Trauma therapist and author Judy Crane blends scientific research, case studies, and her own insights into a The Trauma Heart:  We Are Not Bad People Trying to Be Good, We Are Wounded People Trying to Heal – Stories of Survival, Hope, and Healinga book designed to help you focus on your own healing while empowering those around you.

Let it go.  Stock advice that is so prevalent it was even made into a smash hit song, so it can’t be wrong, can it?  Healer and inspiration speaker Leah Guy says it is.  In The Fearless Path: A Radical Awakening To Emotional Healing and Inner Peace, she contends attachment, not detachment, is the better path and that there is no healing in separation.

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