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172 - Stu Zimmerman and Dr. Cheryl

Wealth Transformation Podcast

42:05 min | 1 year ago

172 - Stu Zimmerman and Dr. Cheryl

"They are useful of fear. You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. Shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship. Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation Pot. Now here's your host Dr Cheryl Shire or Creator today. This is his new thing while it's not new because your information education and all that and you it's been around he's the writer. Creator talent and chief emanation officer wears I have. I had to say because this funny. Stu Wears many hats on his shaven head. But you don't you don't have to shave your a do you? I don't have to let you know I could share with you. We do the rest of the bio here. I or we get a well. I'll tell you exactly what inspired me to shave my head in the first place was actually two things. This goes back of the twelve thirteen years ago. Something like that where I saw this guy on television. I stand and he did this. Comb OVER STRANGE. Covert thing on his on his hand to cover up an. I and I noticed I started held ball spot back here. You know the the male pattern baldness thing noticing. I was doing a little bit of that cover up and it's so bothered me. It turns out the GUY on TV. You I couldn't stand is president now. We WanNa know what he was doing. No why did we serious now. Hosted the apprentice goes on every week with his. You Know Kinda strange. Don't get on him this subject saying I'm not talking about political. Believe I'm just talking about you. Know Yeah Right. Yeah exactly and then we're really got me to do it was I'm sure you may remember Johnny Carson and he's do Karnak give course you wears a turban. You push the envelope to his head. It gives out the answer. He opens the envelope up and he has the question that somehow he had given a funny answer took and what he said was one time. He goes Mount Baldy Mount Baldy. He opens up the envelope. Because what does Mrs Yul Brenner? Duda Mr Yeo grinner. Three times a week Mel all the and. I said you know what if it's good enough for the king and I it's good enough for me. That's funny that's Cute. That's radical go. Love it eleven on. He was. He said he was so good. Oh my God John Johnny was the best yes he was and he set the president's for the rest of them anyway. Perfect yeah well you know. I know you're a reformed. The Hedge Fund Guy and you have dealt very deep in to all the meanings of wealth. And you do you do have your own. Podcast called reset with stews Zimmerman. That's my name and you know this. This is quite an unprecedented time that we're living in. It's phenomenal actually because we have never experienced this Well Code Nineteen but the shutdown in the businesses and everything not even. You can't even leave your house. I mean I leave the house every almost every day. Because I refuse to Steak cabin fever kicks in you know but I take precautions anyway. So where do you up to what you your gift? Now you I mean you have to sit down which is an extremely wonderful. The energy around there is extremely spiritual in warm literally. You know. So what's what's happening while you're on first of all you're right and that's SEDONA is kind of high energy place to be and from me. I find it really. Activating I find it inspiring With respect to what's been going on recently with the virus I couldn't imagine being in a better place in terms of its spacious nece especially with tourism substantially down during this period. A desert bloom. You're GONNA get spoiled. Yeah people were set long timers here said you know. It hasn't been like this in forty years so I find it to be you. Know inspiring inspires awe and creativity inspiring. You Know I. I'm not sure but the how of it all that it's so like larger than life and it's it almost looks unreal to me at times. It almost feels like it's one massive Hollywood set by some measures which is Kinda strange to say but it's true and yet it's how I feel here it just just I don't know I just seen the naturally tap into an appreciation for beauty and gratitude that I get to exist at all on a on a deeper and more profound level here and I don't know why that's the case. I just know that it is the case you know. I mean I kind of know your temperament having known you awhile and I know you're from the east coast which is I energy move for Stu you know right push push push and I can see that having all this space I think. Isn't it a natural thing for you to want space any yet? While I have noticed maybe part of it is kind of a life process when our mit? I couldn't imagine being in a major city and having that urban thing things but do people to meet them places that go and all that stuff and then you know the settle down a little bit with kids. Don't WanNA raise them in that environment. Milk are the move out a little bit moved to Berkeley to Marin County and I just noticed that my life progression has been going into lesser and lesser population density getting further away from the city. When I go to the City Echo. Yeah. It's kind of fun for a little bit for me. And I start feeling like the energies are a bit frenetic and I really appreciate there being less activity less hustle and bustle less traffic. And it just feels to me to Really support my nervous. System it will. That's that's a good thing so I mean we're all affected by this pandemic whatever you WANNA call it. It is a crisis. Actually financially socially physically How how is really affecting you and maybe you have some insights that you can share. Thank you I can. It's a multi dimensional question laws. We'll stay on them but I can answer it. From A SERIES OF DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES. On on a really micro level. It's given me an opportunity now to live with my two sons or eighteen and twenty two years old in areas that they both came back here. They both came here. Oh I in one case my eighteen year old is a freshman at University of Arizona in Tucson. All the classes are online. Actually taking a final right now as we speak And with the dorm shutdown he came here. I had been living in Los Angeles. Twenty two is. Business was kind of being downsized slightly in advance of of the virus hitting. He had no other reason to be there near term so he he was on month to month he left and came here so he can spend more time with his brother and I also have my youngest living in Sedona with her mother and so on one level exactly on one level rate. I also have a couple of kids. I got told him a five on. I got another one in. La One Vancouver and Ritchie or Washington DC. And so now we're doing zoom calls once a week. So this whole notion of social distancing which I knew from the very beginning was an absolute misnomer and dangerous wanted that because if people really take it and socially distanced from others see unhealthy and when you talk about wealth there is that saying the first how I wealth is health. Okay and without our health. Can you know people will anything you got? People would millions or billions of dollars will pay anything for physical wellbeing. If they don't have okay so there's really no better use for money than your wellbeing on one level and so what this is. Really underscoring from me is whole viral thing. Is You know I've been doing this? Program called Recep. It gives us all an opportunity. It's a reset and really check in not only with the a a deeper sense of who we are who we want to be in who we can become so they're not really bound by the past. In fact none of us are and so. This is a view this as absolute let go. Yeah I mean it. Winds up being a choice. Yes and that's the thing that. I hope people can remember here is that we've got one of the things that we were born with and have it. Every moment is choice choice as to what we pay attention to even choice. We Think. And believe in you know during this Canada quarantine situation in history. There have been phenomenal created. You know a scientific things and lots of different creative ideas that have come out of being in quarantine in it's a wonderful time for you know accessing your creative juice and you know yes absolutely in what you talked about. Cheryl with it being a crisis. Well you know a Chinese character for crisis is danger and opportunity and so I do see this as a an amazing opportunity. I do too. I mean everybody levels. Yeah I mean even though there's so much that's going on that you know and I have a lot of input on that but this year show so I'm not going to get too involved actually. Technically it's your show. I'm just showing well but you know what I'm saying. I I don't want to monopolize this but Got To share the time you know You know there's a lot of corruption going on but this is also an opportunity for people to look. Look at the big picture to of what is going on in this country so to to begin to participate on a different level. That's what I WANNA see from. Humanity is participating more like we the people and you know in so we can stop or at least influence all this corruption. Anyway that's my so on a global scale on a larger scale least. This virus is showing a number of things not the least of which is we are interconnected to believe it or not absolute whether we are focusing on that or not that really is the ultimate truth and of course. The virus really doesn't care what your political party religious affiliation is. What your gender is or anything else. Yes we know this okay so again. What we all have in common here is that we're all energetic. Beings sharing the ultimately the same set of aggregate resources. Okay we're on this planet together and my sense is the system that has been is showing substantial cracks right. Oh big time say the least and so. This actually is literally a revelation. It's a revealing that you can't sweep under the rug notion of how fragile this system is and how few people it really serves. And so this is a great unity to re imagine not only are individualize but what our country and this world can be You ask me A little bit ago up to now so give everybody a little bit of a scoop that I really haven't shared with hardly any people and certainly not in the Public Forum. Well thank you. I feel honored. Yes so I have a small team that we are in process where the editor now creating. What's called a sizzle reel which is like a trailer to the movie or imminent video series. I kinda look at as like a Sedona version of Saturday. Night live but that it's not only funny and inspirational. It's also practical so that people will come away with some calls to action after every program in this one can only hope they have some talent in this. Yes I at this point I will be the host and I have a co host. Who actually used to be an anchor at Fox News so perfect? She has a fair amount of media chops as well as some you know. Some deep seated awareness and loving presence. Her own right and One of the segments on the program is called thriving world dictionary. And that's where we create a new word. We define it illustrated video form and really pass it around in a word that points to the world that we really WanNa live in and a word that I actually came up with. Yesterday is Pro spiracy pro spirits the end and him to conspiracy and so we can look at spiracy as a plot to uplift humanity and basket. Well that is a word that points to a world that we wanna live in something that serves all humanity not just a rarefied few you know and this whole and I thought it was so apropos and so a poignant that the first thing people do the virus hits a start hoarding painting. Which has its precedent with the BILLIONAIRE'S HOARDING DOLLAR BILLS? It's it's dishonest principled. All I could not believe in you know what I I have a good day. So I'm not worried about toilet paper okay. No such thing as TMI on this show go for it. But I mean it's like you go in there still no toilet paper in there. There was a joke about a video. Sear video in this guy goes into the bathroom. He has a safe. I don't know if you saw this isn't safe in puts his pin in opens up. There's one there's one toilet paper roll. Just one. He takes one one square square off of it puts it back and lock it up in goes to the toilet and it's like Oh my God is accompanied this really anyway. That's his acute. Yeah and so. What's really the one that said you know I did? I took exactly so funny. I responded ever. If he's ever that that's right. That is great. I love it. I mean that is something that I'm really inviting everybody to as having to really tap into your sense of humor. Oh my goodness. That's what the only thing thing that really gets keeps you grounded humor. Yeah maybe said spirituality. But you've got to have humor in search direct link between the two because as we go down that Up Whatever direction is spiritual rabbit hole? Takes US UP ON? Thank you so it's an up whole as we ascend. It becomes really clear that we are so much more Ben. Whatever we thought we were and that an inherent side effect is not taking yourself as seriously as we had before it's just it's the natural side effect. So of course the result is a deeper sense of lightheartedness and laughter is really such great medicine. Oh my God all the chemicals it releases and yeah you know and it keeps you from aging. I'm actually ninety five but don't fraud you listening. You won't get that one. Yeah there is something about laughter that it actually it sends endorphins at sends a biochemicals to the nervous system bat that really put the nervous system at ease and has just a real healing property around so many things. See Somebody in the Beker. That's one of my sons just taking. They're not so so Yang so Invited to have that part of the daily regimen any influence that you can put out there on. That level is so good for the people that are waking up. Because I think people are waking up some are slower than others. Yano In everybody's on their own level that if we can keep you know keep energizing level that is all we can do especially during this time and I think I think it by June first. Were supposed to be free of this. I mean I don't know but that's I mean the court said they're opening up on June. I you know what I think. It's really clear. Nobody knows what's going to happen really. Yeah and and in fact. I'm not sure that anybody really knows what's happening now. You know because it's another one of the side effects here. The virus is that we all have known that. Let's say the major news sources are essentially politicized more than ever? It's really clear that the emperor has no clothes and what we talk. We of so many of us had taken as a given that. This is the news. This is reality. This is what's happening in fact. It's you know Anna can't I can't even watch major news you know because they're trying to shut even the small public access stuff you know. I mean they've been squelching Marin. Td for months and months and months in and it's like what you know. I mean it's it makes me very angry. Actually because it's a matter of control you know and it's like Communism. Well I think the real truth is there is no ism out there. That effectively works because all of them. Every ism is based on separatists thinking that we're all separate from each other separate from the planet and therefore there is a major strata of a imbalance of resource and this virus shows how unsustainable that really is how these larger corporations and the billionaires have been. God bless them. They've been making money off of us. Oh they're still make some of them are making huge amounts right knee exactly very much. So and one of the unfortunate side effect so we don't even understand how it's GonNa roll out. Is there a lot of entrepreneurs and may not be coming back? Okay so a lot of people have been shaken out of the system. I know and you know nobody knows how any of this is going to tumble out. Suffice it to say. I don't think anybody ever anticipated that especially with a you know. A Republican led Presidency and Senate the Federal Government would send checks out to pass majority of adults in this country and you know that goes to show placating that yes kicking the can down the road. Probably him and we'll wait and see how where where it goes from here. What would it does show. Is that this system. That's been in place really needs in overhaul totally a totally revolutionized now the movement has started young. I think I think Bernie for the movement that he has been pushing on so many levels. You know I mean no one. No person is perfect. But you know it's waking the millennials up it's waking up even the baby boomers you know I mean we have being a baby boomer. We have created so much for humanity. Meaning look at all the musicians at the music that came out of our generation you know on and on and on and you know. I mean I know that the the oligarchs multi billionaires have you know I it'll be interesting to see is when they get older. How many illnesses are they going to have? Because all they focus in on his money money money and like the Dalai Lama says and I'm not saying this perfectly verbatim but you know it's sad that people focus on money and and and sacrifice their health and then what happens in the end is they've got money and they don't have help basically you know. They've compromised that and we had a balanced well. Yeah so I am over four hedge fund manager. I know what it's like to manage money for billionaires or really close there to write and direct observation in connection with them. I noticed several things one. They didn't necessarily enjoy life any more than anybody else. In fact in many cases I would say that Their possessions owned them and then dire at their money actually became a wedge between them and other people where they felt. They couldn't trust others people right because they were viewed as a piece of meat. You know that fear factor so they build more walls around themselves so come to in my double edged sword. Yeah it is and I've known two and one in particular was actually embarrassed. He's from Marin county to eat actually is embarrassed that he has so much money and he started cooperative. Business structure been going for years about that but in the other one was just driven until you know he. He doesn't engage his heart at all. So anyway we're here. We are to keep the positive energy. Inflow spirits low emotional mental physical. You know physically because we need to take care of ourselves is You know I mean I really don't like wearing a mouse. But you gotta wear masks when you go to the store and they won't let you in unless you wear and get claustrophobic within on. I don't like it but hey you know I mean I'm not gonNA jeopardize myself or anybody else you know right right. I mean I play. I call it playing the game. I'll play that game as well. In fact that might we ought is around things. My truth is I'm not so concerned about getting it myself. Frankly yeah how however I WANNA put people at ease and yes my wearing a mask will have them feel more at ease than I'm happy to do that and I also significantly limit my mask wearing experience to to the bare minimum agree so students. Tell us more about your upcoming show. Yes okay so the name of this show drum roll better than sex. Yes better than sex. So of course that begs the question. What is better than sex chocolate? Everybody has a different answer. One of our and you're right for many people. It is that and I can say I don't say that what answer we have is great sex. So we're actually going to have our version of Dr Ruth on the show who's GonNa share her tidbits and I talked to other sexologists and sex. Educators an intimacy coaches to empower that aspect of life right. And and you know that's something that people what is it. It's it's money sex and what's the third one our. There's another thing that people won't even talk about you know and so you know. We all need a healthy relationship with money. I mean this is really making people look at that with this pandemic going on now the sex part while you know. I guess there's going to be more babies happening here. It's really interesting. It's actually the one level is probably a boom going on the pass the time and it's also amazing. How many relationships are blowing up at this time? Interested or coming together and coming together but it. So he's all of these aren't experiencing congratulations. All of these things are up for. Grabs is as all that it is and these are choice points. I'll end. It depends where you are in your life. So what we're talking about. It sounds exciting though to your Jason and all that so to engage also because ultimately what we're talking about wealth you know we really talking about and energetic state of being where you feel like you are and have more than enough. Oh absolutely I mean that's what it's all about. That's all that it is thankful for what you have an aggressor urine for more all the time because that that is it's dividing. It's you know it's not healthy to do that. Rice be grateful for what you have and then when the right time then there'll be more coming I experienced at all the time. Yeah so that's that's really what this program is really about at. The core is helping to give people some tools where you know. It's like we hand them a fish and we teach them than fish. We hand in the fish in terms of. How can we help? Reduce People's general level of stress and anxiety through entertainment some laughter and that sort of thing teaching officials. Okay after the program is over. What can people be doing to shift their lives on a daily basis to have that be better than sacs not only so their peak experiences? Which sexes peak experience? It's higher peaks but also that every day sustainability because with some people you say chocolate some people will say what's better than sex. I'm a good night's sleep. Or how about liking who I have to compare sexist sex and when you're when you're in a loving relationship and you're making love that's a whole that's exactly right nice exactly right and all these other things that people can do that you know that takes their level of awe and wonder to new levels which is really what we're talking about here and all they can be achieved in a public place now only behind closed doors and a bedroom or something and so. That's really what the purpose of the program is is to help to raise people's general quality of life entertainment inspiration. Give some food for thought as well as some practical things we you know. We have a science segment on the program. And Bruce Lipton is our first guest coming on Bruce for people who may not know wrote a book called the biology of Belief. He was the head of cellular biology at Stanford University and has like the granddaddies of something called epigenetics. Which is the study of science that shows how our cells of physical cells evolve more due to environmental actors including what we think Dan Hereditary DNA that we that we got from day of. I learned last year. That it's been proven with EPA genetics. That you know basically. Our genetics is controlled by our family member. Whatever or family. Dna. Only five percent have the choice. Nitrile five percent trying to change it Yang. When I found that I was like yes no wonder. I've been such a rebel. So that means the better we take care of our physical bodies the better that we create an environment around us that offers us a sense of peacefulness in that starts with the mindfulness senses his beauty. Yeah inspiration playfulness. Those are the things that are going to inform our where we go from here absolutely and it's so and therefore it is all interconnected mind body spirit and and the and so to have a scientist come on the idea is this program is really for a mainstream audience and some of the stuff that will be offering up could be considered to be in that you know we will but you know that you know beyond what meets the eye realm of things and so we want to offer some concrete science that can you know you do what the Guy Says. The woman scientists says it will stimulate your biochemistry and favorable ways reliably sell. That's what makes it science as well as getting something from a social scientists like our sexologists our expert you know. And and they're they're getting information and stuff and not only is entertaining and fun but that it's really useful and remarkably. I don't think there's really anything on the air right now. That combines all these things as we are and so you know if I'm the next billionaire sure enough will be given a long way. I'll tell you that much. Yes I agree I'd be doing the same thing and I was just GonNa ask you in. The closing is just answered. The question is like what wonderful nuggets of golden wisdom can you share and you just shared a lesser of that. Okay can come up with something. Yeah Yeah I'll give you some bumper stickers for you one is my favorite bumper sticker. Actually is don't believe everything you think. And so that you know what's Million inviting people to be really and you mentioned the word mindful to be mindful of your breath because you breathe can shift how you experience life. I've been doing a series with Gosh leave Peter Coyote. He's doing a series online With his meditation practice that he's done for thirty forty years. And you know it's good good to get different perspectives on meditation. Even though I meditate every day that it's good you know the breathing but he focuses in on breath ten seconds. That's not easy to do seven. I'm just even suggesting even without a meditation practice. If any of you noticed that you're starting to get triggered by something try breathing and you'll yeah just breathing deeper just alter your breath pattern. Typically when we're triggered I'm triggered. My breath will become more rapid and shallow and so just to go to something that is deeper and slower will give me an opportunity want to be less reactive because not paying attention to expands. So if I pay attention to my breath on not paying attention to the anger so chilly and then they just gives me a little more spacious. Nece to you know to to make a choice. It's not automatic Thailand. Yep and possibly in the process break a pattern. That really doesn't serve me a man. So that's something I I would offer up indefinitely. Spend time and you mentioned this earlier. Cheryl spend time in nature you know and just really very blessed. Because I'M I. I have a view from my house looking over. Richardson Bay in is so peaceful. Every day every two and I've got nothing but foliage around me and I have my little vegetable garden that I've started and you know if it's okay that's I mean I've seen your videos of the desert in the Red Rock and everything I mean. It's it's all beautiful. It's all union with nature. You know like an exactly at nature as we know whether it's the bay the the mountains in desert the desert all energy which ultimately is all that we are absolute and so to the extent that we connect with that energy and feel closer to this planet and this earth with a deep sense of gratitude. Which is I think. A natural consequence of connecting with it. There you know even laying down on the ground. Let's say on grass. Okay something. That's Kinda cushy. It's something that you may not have done since you were a kid looking at clouds and yet because it's all energy in actually helps to adjust our own nervous system in the energy that we're you just triggered something in me when you about the child we we can't ever let go. My father taught me this years ago. Always keep that little kid alive inside of you. Because that's what you know makes you have what you have allowed you to have fun and I remembered that so have fun in Stu. Thank you so much for sharing and I can't wait to get this out and I wish you all the best in blessings. Thank you sweetie. Thank you Cheryl so much providing great conversation. I love you. You're fabulous you. You everybody for tuning in really absolutely thank you. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the Information. You've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. 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155 - Dr. Cheryl and Janice Niederhoffer Ep.1

Wealth Transformation Podcast

25:06 min | 1 year ago

155 - Dr. Cheryl and Janice Niederhoffer Ep.1

"Are you so full of fear? You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host. Dr Cheryl Shire and her name is Janice neater. Hoffer Janice is an internationally. Acclaimed master communicator. Leadership Development and organizational organizational specialist as a world renowned negotiator interrogator body language expert. She has train people all over the world including law enforcement agency at all levels with a global clientele. She brings her talent and experience to address too key issues facing businesses today the costly effects of Workplace Miss Communications and the need for effective leadership development throughout the organization. Janice seamlessly blends years of scientific knowledge and real world experience into her disarmingly entertaining and mind stretching consulting programs. Who now where else will you find? These wear bland of personal relationship grounded in values that forward organizational health and personal power. She cuts to the chase delivering high impact. Content rich tools strategies and commonsense approach Janice is a brilliant storyteller with a knack for finding humor in most unlikely situations delivering powerful concepts through suspense-laden true life stories from her colorful career. And I know that because I've heard some of them as an undercover agent Swat team member and hostage negotiator. Jamil shows how you how to break down the doors that limit yourself and your staff from realizing their full potential wild Janice welcome. Welcome thank you. Thanks for having me Doctor. Yes well I know that we can talk about many things. But since my focus is about money and spirituality all start with the first question and we can go from there. How were you taught from you know from your caregivers around money your feelings and your thoughts about learning how to handle money from your parents or caregivers who whomever well you know. Cheryl this so common in this generation where parents work really hard. My parents were in a generation where they work really hard to get the roof over your always hurt. Put a roof over your head food on the table. An education education didn't include college. I didn't know what college was. So limited comes to money. Money meant pain. How many people you know what I mean. What what kind of pain what do you? What do you mean? Well watching my dad. He'd come home from work and he worked three jobs right and he was a manual labor. So He'd come home and he would take his. You know it was a meat and potatoes kind of growing up. We'd have his meat potatoes vegetables. And forget he put his head down and he would just shovel his because he'd be saw hunger because he worked so hard and is a little girl. I remember that that for me was paying and then to see his hands. Were full of calluses that for me meant paying and we never had enough rain. So why do you say that you were raised with feeling like there was never enough? Oh absolutely yeah I mean a lot of us. Oh definitely I mean the majority of the population. Actually so okay. So I believe that you're living your passion though that you well. I do WanNa talk about your career a little bit. I know we could probably spend two segments or more talking about your career. But let's let's talk about how you got into the career that you did which is the FBI actually not the FBI RDA oh sorry the drug horsemen administration has a good pr section right a DA. Didn't really have it at the. Oh okay so everyone knows what the FBI has hardly anyone knows with DA's Drug Enforcement Administration. Simply how I got into law enforcement was in my household going back to childhood you were told you were stupid and we didn't have money so there's two things I wanted. I wanted to have money. 'cause they mentioned or somebody right you were okay in the world and safe and happy and all those things you're looking for a in going to college meant of that you were smart so. I decided I was going to go to college and I literally borrowed sixty dollars from my high school boyfriend because his family sent him to college. I said what's College. I gotta go because this good family sent him so I did and in my junior year of college professor said if you think you're so smart you want to be a police officer. Go TO OCEAN CITY Maryland. For this summer they hire sixty extra seasonal officers and after a short very short academy. You get put out there by yourself. Us Twenty years old twenty hormone younger jumped in the car. We drove down from Michigan State University. All way down ocean city got hired in the first summer. Twenty years old. I was in a patrol car all by myself all by yourself. I'm like Oh wow well you must have passed and rigorous testing to be able to be Sir and I never looked back. 'cause there's a saying in our line of work. My goal was to work for year after college. I stayed in law enforcement work for year and pay off all my school loans because I paid for my entire school myself and then go to law school. We have seen in our line of work once you get it in your blood. You can't get it out is true. You know so I just stayed in service. How do you think you know what? What is that stem? From what part the emotional Barbie or the passionate part how was it is because you become passionate about it or you become very passionate loyal dedicated against all odds no matter what happened. Like a real challenge. Well of course I mean that's exactly my blood right. Okay yeah so it was easy. Okay so in how long were you in the DA? Or I should say your career as an officer had to police departments that are full career as a special agent with Da over twenty nine years in that field twenty nine years twenty nine years so during that time. Do you think you've shifted your your consciousness around money. I mean you obviously not for a long time because you get into a security based mindset right so officers in ages have a security based mindset. Where's that retirement? How do I get to that retirement? How do I make the overtime you know? How do I work the system so I can have enough money to retire so there was nothing outside those boundaries? People in business were totally foreign to me. So when did you make that shift in? You know. We've just the the mentality shift from being in the security to going out into an entrepreneur? How when did you make that shift? I did it accidentally. Oh tell me about that. Tell me about that. Well the career. I was in the way I grew up. Stacked up all these limiting beliefs which then equalled not really enjoying yourself in life. I was really good at what I did but I certainly was not happy. And the ways of trying to get happiness wasn't working. So how are you not healthy happy? Oh in every category light to include wealth. I was making great money. But you know you just in our line of work. You don't pay attention to money. You get your paycheck. Do what you need to do with it. Put a little bit retirement going. You don't focus on you know it's way back there. Okay back there and literally. I didn't focus on my retirement financially seriously. Two three years from retirement. Okay which was sad but luckily I did switch was started. Just really working on all my beliefs. In every category my life and wealth came rate with it because my belief is your beliefs about who you are in the world affect every category and wealth is one of those guys. That's why you're you're you're oh wow okay so I know I believe. You're leaving your passion. Now you're you have your own consulting business you've got projects going. So since you're following your passionate pufus where do you find the source of your for your wealth? While my wealth is in every area of and it's truly spirituality. That's what skills me. Tell me what what your feeling. Your interpretation is of your spirituality. You really want this don't you? Yes I do. Well spirituality to me is. Here's the deal. I've seen a lot in my lifetime. The darnold and not so many pleasurable thing. A you are very streetwise. Which would probably horrify me. But you know and you did it. It was my way of life my way. Life is totally inservice. Everything I do is in service. I don't know any different. Yeah so I've always been good quality though yes wonderful quality. I would never give it up now. It's of course and it's well it's serving everybody that you've come into contact with exactly so tell me more about the spiritual part. I'm going to pull this out of you. Well I was ready to jump in. Here comes okay. You know what got me through? My childhood is really the belief in God and my German shepherd. That's where I got my love right and then as I went through this career God was still my foundation. Luckily yeah was it organized. Just you just had a knowing. Why Group in organized religion of course but as the years went on. I grew away from that and just where I arrived. And we're mad is I don't care who you are. I don't care which believe as long as you're a good person your everyday doing the best. You can be a great and give back right from opening a door for someone to you know raising your family right to offer things in between you've got to constantly growing can't be emotionally lazy boy. I'm Paul let's go emotionally lazy. How many people are emotionally and mentally? Lazy Bets. Emotions are made with the mind. Mindfulness right your mental creature. Most of a whole segment on emotions in will make a comeback. Well you know to me wealth as I have said wealth is now the only money but it's everything in life it's you know it's everything is the money also allows you to do other things and yet you've got to appreciate what you have even if it's not as much as you want you know anyway so so you basically your cores the God God Center inside absolutely no doubt and that's an you brought something up. A good point is gratitude. You've gotta be grateful for everything every so for example my background. I'm totally grateful for every step. There's steps. I wouldn't want to retrace right but they were. They made me who I am. There's no regret there's no story there's victim they're victimology it's made me. Why am I am so effective in the world because of those without those wouldn't have a razor edge right? That's great that's good to see gotta be grateful and great gratitude like I text one of my friends today. Who's really a? She's kicking in the world big. I leave her unnamed in I follow up with our Texas chicken with her. Nobody does that for her right and we just met in fact. I started this relationship without even knowing her today. I said you know what you give give give your. Kerma bucket must be right but you gotta do things for the right reason. So what does it come down to? You gotta work on yourself first. You GotTa go internal work on those limiting beliefs. You know smash him get rid of a relying concert. If you stop growing you die. Do not stop growing. Continue to to if you don't if you don't continue to learn you're dying absolutely and growing learning it's the same thing educating ourselves internally outsor- outside Oh wow you have to take responsibility for your life. Absolutely we're talking about with wealth and that is a huge responsibility. I mean you know and I've talked about in my previous episodes about an. I mentioned it again in the beginning of of the white collar. Crime this going on and I still say no matter what all the leaders and made off is included. They were spiritually bankrupt. You know I really. That's maybe harsh to say. But they were void inside because they didn't they weren't living in a pure Karma way they weren't they weren't mindful. They weren't mindful of what they were doing. Especially hurting your own people. You know so Karma it takes it takes work in consciousness and it's so important and I always say every show it takes discipline. It takes mental discipline to become a full whole person and I agree totally in. I keep hearing people always WanNa make things hard. You know what I made simple. Even though you're doing the the the work expansion learning the growth the taking your mistakes owning them doing all these things in your life. It doesn't have to be hard hard as a choice. It is a choice in it. I choose not say things are hard. I don't care where Matt in life or they're not hard unless you make them heart easily and effortlessly I mean. That's how it should be is easily and effortless land. I think sometimes it's passed paradigm past programming from your childhood. This still sometimes comes auto programming really programming. So you know release put it in the out. Put it in the delete you know bucket? Throw it away. It's you don't just wake up. Wake up to weak- sometimes you know show you know as I do. 'cause I seen you work. You can't just wake up. Sometimes because those imprints are so unconscious level they drive you without. You know you're being driven so you have to go somewhere else on that somebody else drive your race card. Clean those up sometimes. You don't see him now that's interesting. Tell me about what you mean about. Let someone else drive your race car right so for example. Here's a great metaphor. If you I was coming here and I had somebody at my bookkeeper and she happens to be a woman. Say say he's this necklace. Worked for this Alpha. You know so you get a second opinion because you can't Z. It I don't know what the whole pack site and we need other people. Well yes. It's interdependence it's connection. It's absolutely absolutely period okay. So that's what you mean by that right so what I mean by getting help from someone else. It can be something as simple as do. I wear this necklace or can be something as you are so unhappy your boarding everything from you. Want TO JUMP OFF. A Bridge too. All you know my relationship ain't working arm. I'd like to lose ten pounds all the stuff in between sometimes. You can't do it by yourself. Well we can't do it by ourselves to go to someone that can get to. Those immigrants came to those conditioning. That things that you have in your unconscious brain is that little critter brain. It's driving as some people say the committee sometimes and you know it. No but when you're focused to me it's it's a spiritual thing you know like. I start my morning off with gratitude every morning and then I do my meditation and my prayers. And that's what keeps me going and I usually no matter what happens. What challenge I have. I can stay grounded and it doesn't matter because you know you're going to get through it all because you have that well as Buddha the Buddha inside of you you know and and it doesn't matter what happens around you because you'll handle it no matter what. So that's your sacred ritual that you have. Yeah everyone needs to create something. Yes and whatever. Yeah people are running running running running there now taking care of themselves you gotta Hot Bassa speak or get your nails done. Get A pedicure. You know gopher massage. I haven't had one for a while and you know it's important to nurture ourselves. Men Men to see more men in beauty shops getting their nails done in their feet done. You know because it's it feeds the endorphins. And you know so. It's very important so tell me since you're dealing with a lot of different people and talking about in the business you know the organization. What's the conversation that you have with yourself around money and wealth and and yourself and others? What what's the conversation that you have you know? Money is energy and it goes back to what you believe about money. Money is something society created. It's here to stay right between money and religion however we also need to shift the value towards it You know now. People are bartering more and that was the very first way of exchanging service and product was bartering. And that house been shifting back to that because things are blown out of even though that there's enough money on this planet for everybody to have eight to ten million dollars a piece and I'm talking about everybody not just the cash. Things are shifting. You know things are shifting meaning that the bartering is happening more because the cash has been a little tight and as the top two percent still have the lions even though they've had their losses it's it's the whole planet the whole planet is going through a revelation or or whatever you WANNA call it transformation on on a global level for money so with the conversation you have with your clients or your your the people that you mentor about money. Yeah when I mentor someone or speak in front of a group I get into their world so I never advice. I want to know what their beliefs are around money. What are your beliefs around money right and you can listen and I calibrate their body language. Receive there really telling the truth to themselves. That's really that don't don't you think with all years experience and especially with reading people have learned with your your your old career that you know if you can't be honest with yourself you can't be honest with anybody. Turn Terry it start waking up and being honest with yourself and it's okay every you know it's it's it's so good but that you know having that realization that you're honest with yourself is green honesty. Set You free. He knows the pain pleasure principle right so people generally speaking not all I know people that love the move towards pain and that's where they live. The most people generally speaking move towards pleasure. Try to do anything devoid pain so is lying to yourself which enhance rolls off your tongue. You Lie to somebody in front of you. They're just doing their best stain. Your comfort level be emotionally lazy eight and be in pleasure instead of pain. But here's the bottom line. You are in pain because you're being incongruent and when you're incongruent from the inside out it causes major problems from your health to your wealth. Well I I think Louise as hey says it you know she. There's there's a mental cause to every physical absolutely and I truly believe that and whenever I have pain or something I go look I go look and see what a look it up because I want to see what what's going on in my mind in inevitably. It's the truth. It's always the anyway. Wow so taking today in where you are with your career and what you're expanding Where do you WanNa go with that? Well I had to learn from going from a security type. Context right collecting a paycheck In having a certain amount of wealth coming in that had to learn business with that meant in how to work it right and then I had to learn what business was like in the mindset and the people that are in it. Very interesting You mentioned earlier. I forgot the word use values the word values we have to have great values. Your values drive you. Values create your beliefs. And if you believe in the you know this gathered the law of attraction you attract a like you tracked and it's like okay. Sometimes I have to look at this. Is Why my attracting this and yes? I'm glad I'm attracting this. It's like I always think. Wow Okay I always think through it. Why am I tracking this? Yes I agree. I'd love to make things simple right. You know when you're in a community that has spiritual language and all that. Oh I loved the work not only that environment but people that don't get any of that stuff so I say to them. Here's the deal. When you walk into a room party or business or boardroom who you're attracted to more than like the person with the most energy the joker in the room. You know the guy that's just like alive. Why because you want that right? You're not gonNA have it unless you become that like attracts like absolutely you become the sum. Total of five people that are closest to you. That's that's like a given. I keep hearing that over even no that. Yeah I know and because they don't want US stop and self reflect it all starts because this could get really overwhelming for people this conversation to start with yourself and start slow and ask for help step at a time last time sometimes. It's one moment at a time. Sometimes you just have to take one moment when things start getting overwhelming when things start coming at you like. I had an experience not too long ago where everything was coming. Okay just stop and Relax. Take a deeper up. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life. Emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. 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045 J.P. McAvoy and Dr. Cheryl Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

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045 J.P. McAvoy and Dr. Cheryl Podcast

"Are you so full of fear. You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr cheryl is showing you how to shift your mindfulness <music> with your wealth relationship. Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes <music>. This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth transformation pot now. Here's your host dr cheryl rochon welcome to wealth transformation. I'm dr cheryl and we have a smear special guest today <hes> <hes> j._p. Mcevoy he is in ottawa canada and <hes> he also has an office in ontario florida. He he is a canadian by birth and he went to queen's university. He is the managing partner of conduct law aw in practices corporate and commercial law and i think it goes beyond that in practice he represents the diverse range of corporations in canada and the u._s. and asia which i find interesting because you know you've got to be multiple notable talent and being able to be versatile when you're dealing with <hes> outside the u._s. In canada j. p. was a founding employee. He ever silicon valley startup called zip to which is sold to compact and merged with alta vista since then he has worked with startups and established business from california toronto to seoul j._p. Hosts popular the millionaires bilionaire is lawyer from start up to pay out hod cast others is so many things that i could say. I want to use up this time <music>. I'm with a conversation and this is the wealth of an expert. Loyalty are from startup to pay out loud com j._p. Shaw great. Thanks so much for that wonderful introduction as well. Yes as you statements use our time. <hes> even you have great history already talking about helping clients and helping people move their businesses in scored of course we bring our own each individual expertise to it so i'd love to share with your lesson as well. Thanks for having me on oh. Absolutely this is a pleasure we had. We had a few things that we that that we had to work through to get get here right now. Which you know as we were just discussing a persistence determination to make takes breakthrough breakthrough rollers away that's right. That's right so since i have well. Let's see we met in february in <hes> tampa area. That's right. That's how we met and <hes> we did some trainings things together for the podcast which i love doing these podcasts and i just keep accumulating and it's how you talk about what year favorite things are about the lawyer being lawyer lawyer so yeah great question <hes> the i think one of the gracing the being the lawyer is the satisfaction of a growing company and seeing the good that is achieved as the consequences of that growth. Let me be more specific. It's very realized very <hes> directly directly for me. The impact is very much route all driving down the highway and i'll see a building with a big sign on the side of it. You know it's the now she's whatever company has now occupying <music> occupying that space and there may be forty five fifty people working there and i know that that's a company that i've actually started right from the beginning. Let's start with your washington. Grow up up and become these notable notable in some situations extremely notable corporations and vanilla that i had some small part in helping grow it well that would be very satisfactory definitely and rewarding not only from a mental emotional bet also <unk> monetarily speaking. I you know so and you must have the same. I mean even though you you probably aren't in florida all the time but you must be able to have the same impact absolutely yes oh lord area and as you. You said it's not just the ontario canada. It's orlando florida sure you said that the precede or the the austin orlando with an offset mice palm beach as well but it's also online the online presence so the alleged companies are now virtual companies or the majority of their business <hes> online right at the same thing where you see you see this presence writings companies that have grown to become the vast organizations themselves and creating vast wealth. Is you say <hes> so they make an impact on creating vast wealth for individuals vary yeah yeah i mean today for sure <hes> you have to be online. I mean that is it's here to stay i. I don't think it's going away unless unless they the internet and everything just completely fall apart which i can't imagine that happening but it is so important to have an online presence i you know even with the <hes> the impact of doing podcasts you know. How is that going for you. Do you know the podcast yeah. It's what powerful platform isn't it so. It's been going really well. <hes> episode number seventeen of millionare's lawyer aired yesterday when i'm yeah congratulations regulations and i'm sure just like you. It's just fascinating to watch the downloads from around the world again. I do have a small presence in in asia but to be looking at downloads coming from <hes> from korea from taiwan from australia. Zealand just watched people around the world are listening. It's it's really it's as i say a real powerful platform. You can see the differences making i am. I am very pleased. Just the other day day. I had more downloads in one day and i had like the first month just in one day and i was just thinking yes you know. I think you use blueberry. No i'm using this simple cast compulsory setting it up so i know the blueberry group there was a discussion group. You're a previous presence very small prior to the launch the type of work that you are doing previously but it was all on any platform very similar blueberry though so you can see the statistics you can see nick do the girls in the podcast and reporting fantastic yeah well. They started something for me a relatively new and now they're outreach. Is this going nuts and i think that's swiss contributed to all the downloads and i just got like day before yesterday. It was bolted up and it's like i just want to keep doing that and anyway so it's working for you i mean. Are you getting more more than one guest are you. Do you have like a panel. I mode platform or the yeah. No i reached episode we'll into interviewing guests noverre some of the format that we're employing here where they'll be one expert or one <hes> sometimes crime but it's the most part it's been experts or thought leaders known areas that we get on end to discuss issues that will be relevant to our listeners okay so these aren't necessarily clients. No no. I guess good selves have been <hes> have been advisors. Were most part and it's interesting a client. I've walked into meetings snell's <unk> both new and existing clients where i'd been noticing. They've been listening to podcasts arrays some <hes> you know raise a coin say i heard you were speaking about this. Just the other day on your fav fascinating degree of great communication in now and it's nice to know that people are are honing into it absolutely oh great. So where do you go from here. I mean i mean it sounds like you just keep growing and expanding and sharing and and teaching you know that's just let's just just the doctor we <hes> are. I think we're always trying to do that. <hes> of course i've got a traditional malpractice <hes> and so <hes> through the student podcasting to teaching the writing i'm reaching new audiences to the extent that they require traditional <unk> legal platform platform for that but for the own development of my own branding or the own <hes> millionaires lawyer brand the is the extended extended teachings across multiple platforms so that if people need to of course they can reach and we can address the legal needs but others as well so as a means of connecting people they require accounting if the require some other form of coaching with the network that we have our guy network we can put people together and as you may say before we off we all right is by lifting each other finding where i help other people the more things tend to come back to me right or comes back to a group here so it's been really rewarding to deal with that we as well do you find that there's a difference <hes> you know maybe not severe but a difference between the u._s. And the canadian law aw whether they're nuances <hes> there are certain on you want some between the two <hes> the laws are very similar very similar so <hes> <hes> they <hes> the volve in their own ways. Usually you can say it's like this year in the even you say u._s. <unk> stay stay right. There may be nuances practice speaking you can start from the <hes> from the general base that it's going to be like this and it practically make sense that is like this so it probably follows in the other jurisdictions well of course you're going to check verified sure that's the case but that's typically what occurs and what about asia asia's a more of an exception to that asiana. It's very interesting to do business with those and when in asia is predominantly <hes> predominantly korea or south korea a little bit in taiwan as well. I was just saying that's why <hes> seems to be following emerging and <hes> there are differences as i'm involved on typically speaking to employ all north american law because u._s. cana- can very similar in in asia. It's not so much. It's quite curious need to be speaking about principles. That would be very familiar with us. Fear as i say in that sense almost practical legal thing practically fall there is sometimes they don't get it and that's actually one of the ways you have to learn to practice air because up to them. It's a lot of relationship. There's a lot of the trust that they have and they trusted adviser so greatly that they're not really oftentimes concern what the details. They just want to know that you're getting them right. So what else the difference very much. There's i just saved a lot of times. I don't even turning to documents the trust and the <hes> the basis of the relationship required whereas north america we tend to be which which i think is a better way much more focused on the documents that ultimate produce of course we rely on trust in the nature of relationships but we then turn those into documents that are enforceable move. That's again both the canadian the u._s. north american way of doing things right right right you well so you're in writing book wouldn't you i am the book is going to be the next time that we can get there. We'll be in san diego on september. I anticipate having having <hes> copies of the real for you if you happen to be there in the late stages of <hes> finalisation with the editor and we'll be also by the end of this month <hes> <hes> made public. Oh wow wow where where you're just. You're skip away. Not a hop skip away exactly competitor right now can we can you divulge the name of your book the millionaires lawyer where strategies for starting and launching and on your business for maximum profitability so it's all around a millionaires brand as we're talking now about that and thinking there is simply as we began this conversation starting companies helping them grow and ultimately being sold so being sold her hopefully millions of dollars and hence the millionaires laura assisting people do just the right right right so do you find that you have a <hes> clients that can block themselves from that had to be blocked themselves from from <unk> thinking bigger. Oh there's a lot of blockages for that too <hes> and that's part of my teaching to for a lot of people tend to do the same thing over and over over and they end up with the same results and one of my teachings <hes> is of course you're going to see the same thing but why are you limiting yourself. Why are are you doing these things that keep you in the bracket to which you are. If you have an interesting growing taken to the next level. I mean a lot of the principles that require you to take it to the next level. I shouldn't say a lot of the principles a lot of the things you need to do. Don't require a major major shift <unk> require shift in thinking and an inability to execute on a certain and different things to get yourself to the next level. A lot of people work hard whether it's a small company or a large company like we're doing the same. It's the same principles. If i've got a company that's a hundred thousand dollar company and a ten million dollar company. They're still corporations that are oftentimes doing. Many you sing things that you would consider to be analogous. She rose zero so what you're saying. It's still there is still somebody leading that organization. It's just a question of what they're leading to so. I try to direct people if they have an interest and most most of us do most people do just shipper thinking to realize that they can be bigger one of the things you i mean. There's there's a number of things but <hes> taking into those spaces obviously if they're if they're really wanna go there. We can help get them. I'm sure and coaching that's where the coaching comes in and the expertise <hes> you know and hopefully they'll all be open to stretching their mindset. 'cause that's what it's about terrain so well. <hes> <hes> are are you know. Is there any other topics that you that you would like to share that you feel are the most important to get sure yes yes as an attorney. <hes> i think there's a couple of things that people <hes> they they shy away from and i think it's very limited <hes> one of does your <unk> coaching directly people there op there so really afraid to speak to an attorney or their attorney to have someone that they can call their <hes> and <hes> to those i would say engaged the services out of professional earlier on in the process forty. You'll find it's going to save you money. In the long run and most floors most attorneys are going to consult with somebody initially to give them some feedback given some ideas about things that can be doing and it's after that conversation that the decided they're prepared to where they want want to engage that lawyer. I can't tell you how many times i work with people that say they wish they had engaged me or an attorney much early in the process. So this as i speak he can part of the part of the message. I'm trying to bigger people's accessibility of gird attorney should not be something that people are afraid to reach out to should not be something that people are afraid to actually engage and a good a good professional like an accountant is going to assist somebody and <hes> in the course of assistance likely saved the money in the process or save them in ways that they had before and in so doing justify their creed see. I dare say make sure you're consulting a qualified professional earlier. In the process instead stood it wasting time and money that's what happens they wait until they get into trouble right and they usually created an issue the the attorney that needs to clean up which the cost of doing that could have been probably in avoided did money could have been spent in a better area earlier on the process of they just say that's. That's the thing that i see consistently one of the things i write about my book. It's just that unusually shouldn't be concerned about speaking to the attorney. Attorney's gonna pay for themselves. Yeah well one thing that that you know i hear from different sources versus. You know why fix it if it's not broken but that's that's an old school way of dealing things you know. It's not really using your full intelligence elegance. You have to think ahead you know. I mean you're never going to know exactly how you know. The challenges are gonna come but you know you can be as prepared as you possibly can like you said engaging with <hes> professional before sometimes that before there is a problem and as did you say engaging with it professionals so another example <unk> worked at all. Do is a look at how people are carrying on business. I mean there may be a <unk> proprietor or partnership or cooperation but the look to see how i actually currently organized and i've done this so many times. I can't anticipate what some of the issues in the future will look like for them and we can put the steps in place in buildings in place at at an earlier stage in anticipation of events. Make it much more cost effective when you actually get there an example being people sometimes say newell corporation so they need to have a structure that will allow for multiple shareholders while the earlier you do that. The less of attacks will a possible taxable event. That actually is performing a corporation for somebody from beginning we can have restructure the way to allows lead roles a lot of people swarm something under to carry on business and then against the spot we have to do something to say the more complicated process if that growth is already occurred and and <hes> it's more expensive for them to obviously get things organized properly so we're saying if instead up to property to begin with is actually save money in the long run an extra to deal with some issues the you're gonna be confronted with in the future in a much more simple way now so it's really important to have that pre-consultation joanne care are kurds that yeah absolutely you're just see you can define what your goals are being the client of course for sure looking at the big picture my so what what other words of wisdom can you share with you know my listeners and and maybe possible viewers because i do record both now you're gonna have to <hes> so i would say to people as well <hes> surround yourself with a good team so one of the things that we're seeing in in you i both know you need to leverage <hes> people's other people's expertise as well and that's why we're coaches hiring professionals but also the team the people that you work with most <hes> regularly <hes> insurance there of the highest highest call quality well <hes> i heard recently the five people spend the most time with they're gonna most directly impact breath your your wellbeing both of your health and <hes> the health of your business so i think <hes> thinking about that very unconsciously but those who are surrounding yourself with and i won't say be a misdemeanor. Don't be prevailing harsh ensure that you were encouraging the cream of the crop to rise right right. So how do you keep your balance with you. Know the the high <hes> energy that you have with your practice analysts a great question balance and it is a challenge to it's a it's is a big challenge. <hes> probably the best thing for me is exercise so i get to the gym. Summertime left sexually wintertime tend to be jim streep four times a week all <hes> and one day on the course golf course and a couple of days at the cottage every week over me as the question of being active being outdoors <hes> to take away from the stress of the day today right as we city signed behind the desks. It's not the best place to be sitting from a health perspective so to make sure your counter-balancing under doing some things that are physically inactive with well. That's that's important for me and then your family. I mean your kids because the love and the playfulness that you can get from your children and i i witnessed some of your <hes> photographs with your son particularly in you know it's like wonderful. See that's what fills the soul doesn't it to where you ask. The question is like the the the dressing of <hes> of the practice. I tend defined as the is the exercise component but the the soul food writer. What's really good for your heart and soul are those loving moments at a guy. I think i posted a couple of times. I've got two nine year old son and a an eight month baby baby daughter and a wonderful time with both of them at the time when they're together with each other and it's just so precious rate because the love that i have for them <hes> as apple fide in big brother caring frizzell sister very well just very very special special times yeah no that's wonderful and <hes> you know you can't get you know those precious moments in that your history you know for that your your kids have forever so keep making jokes for <hes> so we talk about god which we get regular but we just got back portugal. I know those are the photos that you're referring. Julie proposed a few of those. We keep making jokes about how i mean. The nine year olds remember but did the little ones not sola so <hes> photos looking back the photos looking back right so because we're gonna be on terrorism which you can see them as well and <hes>. I'm sure you'll enjoy the second time with us in the future. Yeah oh absolutely absolutely so well in in cleansing. I mean unless there's some other hot topics that you want to discuss. Please share yeah. Let's let's actually just before we before we wrap up because the women we began this conversation. We talked the podcasts and we talk about which were both really enjoying producing in putting absolutely you know to our listeners and we talked a little bit professionally right so as has that attorney the things that we do both in our professional lives and our personalized as you say reflecting back on things like photos. I want to ensure that. We're all creating the exact same thing in terms of our product our work product you want to call that right so we leave uh-huh things like podcast and books and <hes> and the message anything we do from these things i my experience has been and i i think i think it's true and i think i think it will continue to be true is that it seems that were universally. We're all growing. We're all doing this together. The the amount of wonderful content that's is being produced by people and like minded people. I think it's happening effective raising everybody in the way that went especially knowing what's going on in our country that we need it more than ever. That's just what it is right so i encourage them so wonderful connecting collaborating being with you and i'm sincere as i talked about working with these networks or these people these people because what happens is like minded people find each other and we grow our influence and our our networks and then the work product produced <hes> empowers others and they will do the same thing you know as well and together. All of us are actually creating a better place. I i think i think that could be the case and it's motivating. You know it motivates. I think it helps motivate us but it also motivates. It's our listeners as well or you know they can learn from the one thing. I really really love about doing this instead. I'm always learning that's right. Always you know and i'll never stop learning. That's that's why we're here. That's right and it's a key to actually being healthy and happy and <hes> and longevity race dealing all those things so costly to learning and improving right improving ourselves and in so doing improve out absolutely raising the consciousness collectively and one at a time one person at a time you know and sometimes more than one person time is for this mode. You know anyway j._p. It's been wonderful. <hes> i'm glad that we finally got to work through some of the little the little nuances that happened in the beginning and <hes> i look forward to <hes> you know down the line here. I probably won't see you next month months in as andy ago accent you october. Will i see you in october in san diego are tober. I'm probably not probably not but anyway. I mean i'm just glad we finally got to do this and you know i look forward to spreading all this information and teaching etc guidance and motivation. That's just it. That's just it right. Well thank you so much. I know that we share a lot aww similar thinking can act. You're obviously informal or having on my show as well okay sounds good. We need to continue as you see this this collective right because i think that we're all better better for your audience distribute so appreciate having having me on and i hope that your audience in your thank you and i'm sure they will <hes> you know because it's the different perspective and we all need it so thank you so much in lots of blessings and until the next time until the next time thank thank you so much all right thanks bye. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth transformation. We encourage you to apply the information. You've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We we appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you removed or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life by emailing mailing at dr cheryl dot wealth transformation g mail dot com for a free consultation with dr cheryl to see how she can benefit you further please visit sheriff shire dot com or call four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift you can get doctor cheryl's booked wealth wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage seven dollars and ninety five cents until next time. Feel healthy and happy happy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life.

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099 Wencke Muhlenberg and Dr. Cheryl

Wealth Transformation Podcast

23:36 min | 1 year ago

099 Wencke Muhlenberg and Dr. Cheryl

"Are you so full of fear. You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship. No matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes. this really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host Dr Cheryl Rochon. I'm very honored to introduce our guest. This evening VINCA heart. This is the first part of a two part discussion with VINCA. Heart knows what it means to take. Stand as Stan to face of in great odds. She was raised behind the Berlin Lynn Wall. Where the risk of imprisons pre imprisonment or death for not following the status quo was a real possibility ability in the face of oppression? VINCA and her family made a choice and decided to join the underground movement with the hope of radical. Social Change think has served as a key. Politician helped build the movement from a handful to a millions which led to the fall of the Berlin wall growing up in dictatorship regime. Didn't allow how Vinca the freedom of speech and one of the ways she expressed herself at was as a child as ti no prodigy Gucci when the Wall came down Vinca made the bold move to come to America without following the the knowing the language and graduated waited from the exclusive juilliard school in New York. Once arriving in America VINCA had had to quickly learn a new culture sure and create livelihood for herself at a thin air. She created one successful business after another including serving as a sales expert for DaimlerChrysler and Christie's and is best known for her specialty of serving high end and celebrity clientele. She has coached and council members of the German parliament. CEO's Oscar Nominees Grant Grammy Winners Tony Winners and other influential the IP's around the globe finke is most grateful for the freedom of speech her loving husband and inspiring coins to create multiple six figure success while making a difference in the world. Welcome VINCA is so good to have you here. Thank you for coming all the way from the East Bay. Hey thank you for having me. I am honored to have you as a guest and I've talked to you about Out some of the questions I want to ask but I think it's important to talk about this this whole experience that you had with the Berlin Wall. I I'm I know I've discussed it with some other people in our in our studio and they're like wow. Wow so please feel feel open and free to talk talk about it in your experience with it and how it started and two. Yeah yeah well thank you it you know. My husband has always been refer refer married for thirteen years. And congratulations. Thank you so much. But he's always encouraged me to talk about it and I wouldn't talk about it so it's been the last six years that I start talking about the past. Well I'm glad thank you for coming and sharing. Yeah and I WANNA share it more because I realized that it's important to share. I I was like you. You know it's passed it's done in it's really important to look at the lessons. Some charrette in his history. I mean it's it's it's like a history for humanity to become free environment. Yeah well yeah. And the Berlin Wall in itself was a huge monument for everyone in the world and and I think when it came down meant a lot of things for different things for a lot of people who would it mean I mean especially since the interesting thing was us. The Berlin Wall was coming down was a side effect and this is interesting because it has something to do with money too because we were at that time you know when the Walt Berlin Wall came down we were so involved in changing the country from the inside out that we were surprised that it happened really because how we were not not you know we were in the movement we were growing the movement into millions and so we were thinking about. How are we going to change the country you know? What changes do we want is it safe is not safe and it's really interesting to see that in this one night you know? My my dad was an Anagram meeting my me and my mom we came home and it was your sorry. We sure it was your family that got involved with it. And so that's how you got involved with yes okay basically. We made a decision decision in the living room. At one point my family you know as a family unit in a dictatorship you have to make the decision together because it will affect everyone so if my dad would go underground that would affect me too in the sense you know he would go to jail. We did no more. You know we would would have no rights or we will have to leave the country or things like that. That would happen so it was a decision that we made all in the living room saying okay. Are we gonNa do this so he had. He needed your support. Was He the one that actually wanted to make that change or to get involved in this. Yeah both of them always rebels. You know I call them this rebel mentality because you know it's hard to explain what it's like when you live in a society that pretends you have Brittan that it's one way an and you know it's the other then you have to watch at all times what you say because they can get you into trouble growing up that as a child I had to learn a around seven was in. You will brainwashed as a child how wonderful everything is that. The Wall was protecting us and I believed it because I was very young. It was like the propaganda. That was your I mean everybody everybody around you was living in. Let's say yes fantasy yes and I had to I. I realized with the conversation that were happening at home. They wasn't the truth and that was the split point and for me as a young young child to know the outside world was something different than what the truth was and and I had to keep it separate. That must have been very confusing for you. It wasn't confusing. But I always had to. You know I couldn't trust people. Oh and I had to your family. Yeah to always watch my mind like in the sense of like you know monitoring that I'm not saying the wrong one thing that was really interesting Experience that you know to to to still express myself my mom especially really taught me taught us still to be in the boundaries between the lines. Still tell the truth so that but they can't catch you no kata me and itself. Yes but that you had a little bit of freedom of expressing so you almost it was like you really had to be is on who you're speaking with that too and what you would say to know the thin line between multi gets us into jail and okay so if you stayed in on that parameter I like growing up like for myself. It's like you learn you learn some rules but you learn to be polite right and I mean there's a certain moral thing that but I can't imagine having this dictatorship over you know what I mean. We're we're spoiled here. Yeah but anyway sorry. While also my godmother. She was eleven years and political prison though her whole story knowing that she got tortured. She was one era in solitary confinement. We knew the consequences issue. Still living knows she died but she you know she had a great life. She became a bestselling author. She it was sharing a whole story and she was like my second mom but you know she shared she shared. You know that you can't you you don't have to become bitter no matter what you go through. But the incredible part of of Her teaching her living through all of it was was that you know you can survive anything and it was really great for for Hormone when the Freedom Tame everyone and how old was she when when she got her freedom about while it was like what was a twenty five years ago. Okay so okay. It was like she was probably probably in her sixties. Okay beginning of sixties. Yeah it's really hard to describe what it's like when you cannot speak your truth or you can't travel you know what I mean that you cannot leave the country then you can go to Czechoslovakia because traveled to hungry. Yeah but you have to have friends there and some form and is it because the Germans wouldn't actually let you out. No there was a huge wall all in between us it was like a death zone of mines and dogs and okay incredible. And that's what prevented energy from traveling. Woolen wasn't allowed because people would flee better. Oh yes. Those were shocked. Lots lots of people that were tried tried to flee and were shot at the wall and their own people. Yeah and it's Yon. It was GONNA be. You became a trade on the moment you tried to flee not so you could also try to get out of the country officially on did you have to know someone in the government to enable no you put but you lost all your rights and you had to wait maybe ten fifteen years sometimes Declined when we when you weren't political prison people will buy you out it so the best Germans would buy out East Germans Warren political prisoner. You had the chance to get out but The normal form was that you couldn't go travel and you couldn't buy anything you had to wait for ten years to get a car applied to get a car by a car and then you had to wait wait ten years so it's interesting you know modest loving and there were some good sides to it. Besides having this constant the monitoring of the truth and that you couldn't travel really really kept your family unit. Strong very strong but a lot of people didn't have it because than we were on the underground there are people who were also. I don't know if he knew knew about the people who were informing on on people that were like sweet million wow and former ex niches. Yeah Oh wow so that would inform they in the government would pay them obviously they they were part of the government so there's a crazy system of maple informing on people. So you never knew. A war wasn't informant. who wasn't and that's where I learned reading being people? I'm sure you did yes. You couldn't trust anybody. Yeah that's true well and then we made a decision. It was enough enough. There's a point in your life where you cannot live on. It was so depressing. If we gonna not do anything and just is keep living like you know. It's it's death it's slow death slowdowns or suicide because you're giving up online. My parents we decided. Become part of the underground you know what if you can remember. What was the pivotal thing that happened that when you really felt like you were you were definitely going to leave or or had that piece inside yourself about this the that inside of myself? Well I remember I was alone at home and an underground person on the ground came to visit. Who's now the mayor or was the mayor of my town? I know a lot of people in politics through this time. And he came and he said. We're going to go on the streets on Monday and I was like. What are you kidding me? Yeah he said we need to make banners so get ready getting on the streets on Monday and I will say Oh my God this is going to be the real visibility you know and I speaking stance making a stand and being visible about what you want to create new life in the freedom that you WanNa have. Actually that is so scary is powerful very powerful. One of the most powerful moments for us was that moment when we decided to gone to the streets so we would actually meet every Monday and churches because on church grounds who couldn't get arrested Outside church grounds you would get arrested but in in the church itself. They couldn't come in and arrest you. It was private grounds only private grounds. Communism was church crowns so so every Monday night at six we would meet an hour dome a huge church that we went to and the people came one more you know more and more people came every every Monday night and and we decided to go onto the streets and it was really scary because there were people there who are ready to shoot us and there was the freedom of walking down the street showing up off freedom and that was a really big moment where you had to decide. You know. We're we're going to go down your life in your hands yet. Did you. At all have any experience of having to to witness any deaths in in front of yourself in front of your own. I know the great thing is the whole revolution. When without a death? o- torture here and there. Some people got you know arrested but oh good they do you know. That's a blessing. Yeah you know. And there were lots of people Political prison you know who got caught in taken. Yeah but no death those key shot mother. Teresa would love this you know and we were prepared for anything but it was this This incredible gift. That was that's that's great. No one died and no one can show it. Just got better from that point when you finally made the the decision to go on the streets and make that that stance what's that it then it it just started perpetuating and of course the first time we did. It was very very quiet because we made a decision not to say a word not to do anything. Just do it. We would just walk the streets and see what happened. How many people showed up the first a couple hundred maybe just started? I mean and it was happening in all different cities. Oh Okay Okay and then the next Monday more people came. Yeah and then more people came they came and then in Berlin movement it became this huge movement. Yes we had a lot of people in Berlin November four and five five days later the wall came down just like wow you know and thank you for being part of that. Because that's part the freedom of our humanity. Oh well getting back to the subject is I mean. I know that you have a lot to to contribute in this subject is how were you taught around money and especially coming originally from Berlin. How are you taught how parents or caregivers your teachers? How did they teach you about money in value in etc.? Yeah interesting thing was that I grew up. Didn't matter how much money had there was nothing to buy so it wasn't a it wasn't it didn't matter because by anyway. No Ho. That's an interesting concept. You went to the store. There was nothing there you in you know in here. We have so many choices. It's the opposite yes. It was a really interesting moment for me when the Wall came down and all this consumerism came in and the choices you had you know next over twenty kinds of toothpaste. Well how do you choose that when you grow up with one. Tom And why interesting part of that things can cost cost a different amount in different stores but but it could be the same thing. I didn't grow up. It was a huge moment. I was buying some pickles myself to this one woman. Why is why the pickles in this store store more expensive than the other? I didn't get the concept right. There's no there's this freedom of price anything said here was that actually I enjoy draft was in Germany walking down. Oh Yeah it was interesting to shift your mentality around it because you weren't raised being materialistic no not at all. While we knew that on the West there was this freedom and that was all these incredible products and the people smell delicious. Che's said all these colorful sayings in our it was like this own. My God. This is incredible and for us is more very very gray. World World Gray Wolf. There was not much color and you know to the defense of of the way you were raised. Actually you know our society Eddie has gone way too much the other way and being too materialistic and you know it's it's gone way too far and it isn't just here it's all over the world but so nope To spirituality what spiritual principles mean to you around money the US. Well I think my spiritual thinking about money is that it's it's an energy exchange right. Yes I mean that's probably what you're teaching yes. Is this incredible thing. I do something and I'm going to get compensated from you. Inform of money so there's exchange of energy that happens for people and and there's a lot of issues with that because a lot of people have issues receiving right so seizing money is a big thing for people are not sabotaging the receiving you know or in. What do you mean by that? Well when I say that for example I worked with a lot of women entrepreneurs so how they You know price themselves lower than they should instead of raising the prices. They're worried about you. Know charging too much or you know sabotaging stale meaning in the sense of they talk the client out of the services that they have a product. That happens a lot you you know and or not following up or you know being do. Do you think that that has anything to do. With a woman's in especially today of course a women not owning her total empowerment as as a as a human being as a spiritual a person on this planet do you think. Do you think it has anything to do with a while. It's a lot how it was modelled by her mother and her graduate safe. You talk about how you know. It's all starts from our caregivers are original care. Yeah and how how successful unsuccessful that was how painful aw or successful you know how wonderful it was and that's how it's being or how we are being treated as a woman and we haven't about women's history. We in the beginning of the century were allowed to vote. Yes right yes I mean. There were a lot of things that are still. The pay is still not quite the same. No it's not you know in certain positions are still not filled and women and we still don't have a women president but we don't share Germany. We have one son. But I'm just saying you know. There is very very little role models. They are role models sped. It's not equally there yet. So it's also this the sad part of Women and also working against each other instead of cooperating. You know the pitch other and it's the pressure of trying to survive you know as a mom As a as a caregiver to the family because women always take care of everyone. You know the pressures of that that you can think well especially around money you know when you have to pay for health insurance and education and all those things that are actually just trying to that are the basis basic needs off if your survival run when you can't think while about that about money or this constant worry that people have especially women because they are the source of you know taking care of everyone supporting everyone not that. I'm not saying men don't do. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let this know how the show influenced your life. I E mailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight eight one as has a gift you can get doctor. Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars. Ninety five cents Until next time you'll healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your life.

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048 Dr. Celestine Iisha Star and Dr. Cheryl Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

44:26 min | 2 years ago

048 Dr. Celestine Iisha Star and Dr. Cheryl Podcast

"Are you so full of fear. You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship. Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes. This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth transformation podcast. Now here's your host dr cheryl royal scheider. Hello i'm doctor cheryl and welcome to wells transformation mation podcast of a extremely special guest today <hes> her name is self esteem gene issue star in our podcast. Today is the wealth of benevolent consciousness and galactic wisdom. You're self esteem has a doctorate in divinity. She is known as the renaissance woman and and for our evolutionary times possessing great knowledge and expertise you feel thirty years. She has uh successively offered ping management life coaching services through papillon life services in any way. There's so many things. I know she has a book. <hes> winston just just keeps going on in this lactic wisdom. The purpose here from this evening is raise. The consciousness open the doorway to the higher wisdom. Welcome star welcome. Welcome cheryl. I'm so excited to be here. This'll be fun because you know you and i go back several years and <hes> <hes> through the media center and you know i haven't really got up to the current status totally up but let's talk about this galactic wisdom while the galactic wisdom israeli opening the way the field for higher consciousness to come through and you know we live in california so we've always been in place has been forward thinking as they say and we're actually been a designated grouping is designated a native as a subculture of the main culture of mainstream as they call it but for me my whole life has been a a series of experiences that physical <hes> one on one contact recognizing that i was sensitive and a near death experience all these things open the way for me to understand the world is look to the world as in a different way in a way that is connected to nature is connected to the creator in many different forms. I got my doctorate doctorate in comparative religions so within all of that the arcane wisdom symbolism the elements the the spiritual sciences and the rational sciences all combine to give you an awareness. Where are you understand that the cosmos is an intelligence and the intelligence within the cosmos is connected to belongings of heavenly descent and they come in they assist us so i've had this assistance i've met with the immortals and my life has just been wondrous in that way and i continue to take people to connect. I call it. The gate was gate. Take them to the gate was gate where they can connect in both inward do my working or outward. I can connect people to the higher intelligence that guides us all and do. Do you think you know there's still a lot of better not conscious on this level in incidence because because of fear <hes> there's a lot of encoded programming that we get right right from the moment we take a breath. I was very blessed to be raised at a metaphysical way but still there was a lot of programming and yes fear is a part of that especially now that we have this grouping. That's determined to rule the world and they position themselves south since such a place that they run programs of fear. There's rationing hurt manipulation masters. Oh yeah thread nine true technology reject yes have been and placing these you know go to a college. Get indoctrinated. Learn this particular way learning and if you you don't understand the surf your synapses is not geared to this type of learning than you might not make it in the world. You're taking a lesser syrup position and i have fought against that. <hes> you know in that yes i did some. You know institutionalize programming but i was always awake. I was one of those what i call the one truth factor where you cannot hypnotize me and one ramaphosa. There's program office well. I totally agree to and i have been on that level myself being having gotten my doctorate in kind of an unconvincing away and also <hes> tapping into <hes> the gods source information that that we are to be healthy wore and galactic consciousness <hes> against against that i i i understand what is but it's like <hes> you know to put it in like you know. I want all all kinds of people to be able to listen to this in learn and understand with that really means yes. Let me see let me bring it into if i'm speaking to you and i'm saying to you just your breath taking the breath in but to say wow there's there's energy energy coming into my body and i could move that energy around. I can focus the energy to go in a certain way that will give me health chee kong. Take a different movements. <hes> this is an awareness that one may not be aware or they would think i have to go in practice it every day but in truth you eventually incorporate it into your whole daily life to have an understanding understanding that the wind that blows past you that in itself may be an inter dimensional <hes> intelligence that is below moving house shoe so yeah the is we know that we are not alone and there are many injured dimensional beings that are present to understand that there's life after death and when you leave out of your body you are still who you are in your moral code. Your moral compass is what determines who you are. Are you here for service. Are you here for self service. Are you trying to make up your mind. So this particular dimensional field <hes> we have quite a mixture of self serving and those that are selfless flawless in their service to the unified mind says separate mind rights or we have. I wanna go henin's. Women's will enter just to ask a question <hes> in in this vein. Maybe the don't quite that it starts. Don't you agree in teaching and knowledge and the physics at it starts in your mind that you've got to also embrace in your heart in here body. I mean it's you know it's on physical than in but i think the mind it must come to your mind an i'm saying that person that doesn't practice the for yeah. That's the focus the mind the intelligence so let's start at the beginning each one of us the worst as an idea into creation so as an idea you dr cheryl are indestructible and the vibration of who you are rates out into all creation and we're so blessed to have you here ray becky uh-huh jains each one of you has an intelligence and your intelligence comes in many forms us. It could be your primary. Intelligence is the one that knows where the car is the one that makes heartbeat. It's the one that can look look into the cosmos or think where's my children and then there's the one that is the ego the self that is embodied within this <unk> biological body and have the the intelligence because energy follows thought that's one of the universal principles there's universal principle and that's really important so in order to make something manifest we we need that but if we come with the intelligence of the heart and i love heart mess institute because they've actually done a lot of scientific experience experiments agreements and determined that we have a heart brain in that intelligence the stomach out stomach all three of body spirit mind right yeah so i totally agree with you. I do a lot of work with people in just in their daily lives and when you find somebody being very cruel to another that tells me that the have a split off personality. There's another part of them. That's functioning because when i call in the person themselves and i say hello may speak to you individual one an example if i said nancy. Can i speak to you as i'm speaking to someone who's very harsh. Can you tell me how old that person is and they generally tell you exactly all that was when i was twenty five <unk> very anger me when i was seventeen. I didn't get to speak as very angry so you have. These heart is not there and that's a big problem. People are not aware it out of their body. Slightly are there there you know working through another part of their personnel their mental health they're not giving the compassionate and the love that's the key and generally note nurtured you know in our society we we need the education system. That's not nurtured some. We've had to find it. Elsewhere are her that nurture we find the goddess movement we find in the feminine that's rising now with. We've we've actually you know there was a period of time we have known feminine you know that is the nurturing and we're not saying a feminist saying the feminine feminine right energy the it all has intrinsically that months to feed everyone in care for everyone you know and and i'm so happy bit but now this is finally emerging as huge energy. I mean even see you know. I can you know philosophical going on that. It's bringing up all that that male fighting and that's going on and you know it's gotta come up to free so you know it. It's it's really sad that it has to go set so extreme. It's very it is as long as we get that feminine energy. That's coming through the men yes. They have it just like we have male energy as well. If we balance thing many many men that are awakening. I the less you know just on a daily basis opening themselves. I wanna know more. I wanna be better. I wanna help the world yep aw thank god and and so i'm you know people ask me. Why do we see you know the children behind hind cages wide we see you know ice raids that take one hundred people in some of the people are actually <hes> <hes> legally able to be here but they take any way you have these unconscious of people who are actually just moving on the word of another and being guided to bring harm to humanity and <hes> so who those people are or actually they have so much healing to do us. They're blinded. They will understand when they leave their your body. Yeah there is the reading of the life and believe me. I have the reading of my life at six years old and when you are in that realm when you know the truth the truth come to or even just before you're taking your last breath. I can't tell you how many people have gone through the process of. I've gotta confess confess. I did this. I did i did. I have to make up to my son. I have to fix it. You know the only guests it's a blessing that they can get get to that point otherwise i mean i know one person that was never able to do that and <hes> <unk> do it out. You know in spirit after yup. You'll see it all what was really interesting about my the reading ones. I went to the light. I had a a death. I've actually stopped breathing endless diagnosis. Being <hes> has out of my body. I went to the light and was met by two intelligent. Beings are called the blue beans and was guided to this place and ask the reading came in as the information came in it. It was spontaneous. Every time you blink your eyes. Every time you think about something so you can think bad thoughts and it's gonna be registered. You might not say it but it went through and it was registered in feedback to you. You actually get fed back all all of your shenanigans. All of your manipulations and you also get to see how you harm others you you are the judge of your own self in does early up and so this enables me from having that experience to walk the path of impenetrability already yes and not be a hypocrite. I mean it's i'm on myself all the time and we end grouping love our community because we help keep each other awake. Yes and i love compassionate communication and working with people and working with couples and bringing this information out into the world in it's so needed one person at a time and that's how we have to do it but you know even if it's you no it's always like one step at a time and when person who you know the awareness is free you that's why ima proponent of doing metaphysical spiritual work because it's free yes. We're supposed to talk defraying you. Polish your mirror and you find yourself living in the present. Yes absolutely you know living in the past you can be present with. Everyone's just absolutely be here in here. Now i read that when i was about sixteen seventeen manual for all of us really is our dear friend rhonda's yet absolutely absolutely oh my goodness. So what do you think the first step is for. You know listeners are you. You know you don't even have to focus on the first step but just no acknowledgement of their own spiritual. Being the first step is to be right where you are you. Can't you cannot go past present. Future israel to just be where you are and there's so many that have had they understand spirituality. Maybe they don't understand that they've had uh <unk> experience. You know like near death her a mishap or you know actually if you haven't seen somebody passed on but i think the first step is to a good step forward is to go and practice yoga meditation tation. I mean that's <hes> you know mindful. Meditation is easing allows you to enter the the inner world and to watch thoughts arise in the mind i love buddhism is is really about the mind absolutely when you go in. Can you know you wanna learn about the mind. Go to this one audio. Go back about the breast hafa yoga. If you wanna learn about the energy feels feels <unk> yoga out the work with that so there's different <hes> a week ago to egyptian you know alchemy if you want to understand the forces of the world and how they play against you then you go to alchemy go to the hermetic egyptian asian comedic alcoholism and that will guide you in the seven steps of understanding how the world plays against your life and it's so important i believe just interjecting this to accept where you are in the moment in the moment because when you except except when you're in the now in the moment then you don't put pressure on yourself because you haven't gone to where you wanna be so just accept apt where you are today this moment in this minute and then the next step the next step that's right following your heart and as i said the mindful meditation is great because your thoughts will arise and then you're trained to let them just thank you just to let them come as they may in but you are not the thought you just allow this ought to go <hes>. It's a beautiful thing and eventually szott lots. Stop and there's a quietness in the south people who are doing pain management and <hes> they really need to work for their mind in quieting the mind which quiets the nervous system which quiet the adrenals which is the body breathing in oxygen moving as it needs. He's in the micro circulation you know so yeah following and then trusting that there's a higher intelligence and we're not often. I hear about twelve staff that gives himself over to higher intelligence yeah. I always say that higher. Intelligence is yours hours as well so eventually we have to know our voice and i often trained people. This is my voice. This is where it comes comes from because ruined cyberspace. They're such internet. There's movies. There's all with towers which are sending radio transmissions the television the phone worse my thoughts so i get them to understand their thoughts who speaking discerning if something in comes into their mind. Is that mine you see these shooters or what have you and psych. You know i heard a voice well was that get your voice right some as that which i have had this conversation. Several times is is in becoming aware of your ego self in your higher. Yes that that takes practice it does it doesn't take long. I usually can run people through it pretty quickly because when i when we say divine evonne there is a human instinct for that naturally n._t. In we're not talking we were were when we say you are divine. I usually take the before they were born. If you go to place before you were born i have not had one person say i can't get their other <unk> looking down the line and you know you're gonna come into this life. Everything that's happened to you is for reason you've made this agreement. You check the box. Nobody does anything to you but you were conscious living intelligence. Let me say i said that is your divinity and they understand ended in the honor it because they made an agreement either personal or they're on a mission creation or both in. I say well are you doing. I love when i'm on a mission. I'm supposed to the suffering so i can figure it out mind. Okay i like to help humanity. You know as you know the more we are challenged enj- d- <hes> you know deeper the knowledge the learning and the <unk> that can happen <hes> <hes> you know i suppose there are people out there that can just get it like that and not go through suffering. I haven't met well. Everybody's mainly gone through suffering but they use it. It brings compassion if you've had if you've gone to the fires at time and you really you know in you come to a place where you got to give it up. You've got to let go in order to move forward. Whatever the suffering was and i see this is my daily you know a thousands and thousands of when they come to the place they recognize and they're ready to let go of the pattern or whatever it was. They see that there's a compassion inside they they no longer want others to be harmed in so they can be trusted in that way. I work with their mind. <hes> whether it's rape victims victims <hes> you know myself coming through the dark nights of of the arcane magic with a k. you know and <hes> just understanding that they may it may take a few sessions. It may take a few times going in looking at it in healing it. They get their wedding i said how can we do this on a mass you know how can we've really world and you know they. I was told by the high spirits through the water that the imprint of awakening is through the water but also the earth is now going through a resonant field. That's much higher than we previously gone through just looking at the milky way and knowing that what we came from the bottom of the milky way took us twenty years to get through the center and nine thousand nine hundred ninety seven to two thousand seventeen now around the talk of the milky anyway the going through that little plasma gateway increase the energy field around our whole solar system and the whole of the of of our earth and as came rising up above the now we are taking on more cosmic gamma rays because our electro-magnetic eh yields shifted and it's no longer protecting in the same way the sherman resonances higher end so it's in our org field and as we've raised the vibration frequency are a synopsis our d._n._a. Becomes activated in different ways and this is where you're seeing the awakening happen and were being able to see clearly the prejudice the separation and the racism these these qualities are just a stopping point of evolution for all of mankind. All of humanity is moving beyond. I was not raised in america so when i came to america i didn't really understand understand racism. I understood national where where we raisin mainland england so you have you know you could be capacitor son. You could be the queen's daughter whatever it was really your nation and your nationality in the way you carry yourself so when i came to america i was shocked to see so much separation of color <unk>. It really said speaks leaks into the lower nature. She managed multi surfacing. Ignorance can be very dangerous and humanity could be very cruel but l. that it's only one most stop because i'm plugged into a community of higher mind. Being examined are hundreds of thousands of us. We have offices around the world and i'm here to say back that eventually as this frequency continues to rise on the planet we will have the capability to stop stop having reverse consciousness and thinking in terms of separation thinking the terms of the unified mind because we are once beastie. That is a fact one species with many intelligences. That's you know so oh not to look at somebody who sees racism our separatism as someone who is qualified to dignify our species. He's they are not. They are the lower major those who are unified in you understand the higher nature reality eddie that means from the time of bait civilizations to bring them together how unify feed everyone how the clothes everyone. How's everyone just the levels of survival fright and keeping in mind that everyone together as we're moving through this and then moving onto like let's make beautiful look. Can we do to really pop this earth. You know it's amazing to me is we're watching right right now. We're we're when we're observing the lower the higher in between that manifold are you know evolving and it's it's fascinating but i i am. I am sad about how much rob going on me. Sad is well. I did a prayer at lord's france. I as i was having in france. The place bernadette had seen the mother. Mary and i was traveling around last year. In we went to this places. It's phenomenal. There's there was fifty thousand people in the city and everyone is looking to to pray for their pain to come out of suffering. Bring so the town is filled with consciousness. Get in the spirit of caring and compassionate komo just right there we go to the waters. Everybody touches the waters we did but i went up into one of the silica and i started started getting affected. I might in bath and so i started feeling everybody's paying their fee. Three hundred people lined up ready to take the water <unk>. Army way was absurd. I started and then. I realized oh my gosh. I'm being overwhelmed. How do those <hes> beings the heavenly beans. I ask ask how do you take in so much pain of the world. The answer came that when we recognize it's all the pain no that they are being moved to a place of liberation they will awaken out of their pain yup yeah and to see that as many people in pain if there was an equal amount of people out of pain and to always is keep the world imbalance because it's coming in going out. It's a being in a transformation so to really take the pain pain. Read it in transformed into golden lights or positive light that could be used because if we hold onto do the suffering than that our body doesn't know that we are not suffering. Your body's going to suffer yes. It begins is to react now. That's what i could share yeah well. That's wonderful because we move need to keep it moving after keep it moving. We have to be the bamboo in the forest through. We have almost the entire brazilian forest fire at pretty much we now now that it was set and you know there's gonna be a time when all these things are going to be reveal all district who what when where in why but we do know that there has been a need for you know farming instead of having this forest and so i take that into other burning up our in it's going to cause a learning and so the planet is a what's going to happen to our erin our atmosphere. They just shifted the whole reality here under yeah i know and it's i keep thinking myself in also saying that this is a wakeup recall beyond that it's thousands of years to grow god. I mean in less than a week in it's still going. I know i know in less than a week and we need to ask for god's. I woke up yesterday morning and i all the i mean capital letters air coil. We need rickles happening. Spontaneously all over this it landed to to manifest holdenson healthiness in love especially love ed kill the perpetrators and to heal those who feel they are doing the right thing truth but you know as you said early under station. There is a reason for everything yes so you know not to justify but on the other hand there's always there's always it with the bad on long with the bad and there's the ash that comes from these jungles is going to heal many of the forests. You're gonna get rain like we've never seen before. I am sure of that because when the what goes goes up must come down they're going to get interesting winter and <hes> heart cracks open and maybe this is what we need for the heart act of the planet to crack <unk> for the people to recognize. This is very similar to the oil spill in the gulf of mexico. Oh the world saw the oceans going and they knew and they stepped in it was so many nations that came forward to help nice seeing that happening in the rain forest you know yeah. I just wanna vision that <unk>. I'm i understand with absolutely absolutely they just wanna hold in the gods space so people lose <unk>. Yes <hes> there's there's a higher purpose for all of this happening. Can you say a prayer for us. You spoke about doing prayer with <unk> and i would love to invoke the nurturing loving kindness and strength of did a universal god's spirit the holy big whatever you want to call it but to bring nat to us individually in hold that love in our heart no matter what in what's going on around us <hes> just know that it's for the higher higher manifestation of for humanity and just us hold love in your mind your heart and your body because if your body's hurting we need to replace that area with love in an i know i've had my issues so i of loveland and i just ask everyone to be open to their highest self not through their ego through their divine connection and know that the divine connection is protecting us and loving unconditional yeah. Thank you mother father god. Amen ensuite is an so thank you so so to the audience that prayer came from part of dr cheryl that was fine. It has no ego at love compassion concern and when you're in that state of mind you are in your divinity you so you said two beautiful example. Thank you thank you for allowing that space and i just also want a to reiterate <hes> soalestinian star. I always call you. Store offers a lot of our ally al yes. Yes yes <hes> her. Her website is self esteem or dot com. In galactic earth council dot com com and all of her contact information will be on the show nine notes for this podcast the end that i wanna give you one one other changes to just ask import in share some some wisdom words so in our closing because you've shared such a wonderful plethora of knowledge and wisdom that you've gotta have one other little thing on little pearl of wisdom one little carrot. I i wanna honor those of you who are in your life and your seeking to have a better life if begins with envisioning to be able to envision what it is. You need not what you want because the universe moves by need. You need a drink water. Is there no that the universe loves you so much. It gives you everything you need more but the mind it needs to be clear of doubt manipulation and even those around us if we envision what we need we need a house envisioned that you're there. If it's already happened you see there's a there's different different places in the universe timelines where it's already occurred so if you can to end to the house that you would like to have however the relationship nations. The relationship beloved the family putting into it that it's easy that is full that secure that our the money that you. We need absolutely imagine that it's in the bank. It's already happening. I know you've heard the secret but yet there are people who say i don't deserve that and the moment you put it down. I don't deserve whatever this then. The universe sees that and says okay. I can make that two less but house without doubt that will not happen so clear the mind envisioned vast in here know this we are all a group mind. Your main of electron magnetics and that is the physical form of thought is the electro magnetic field. We are one group mind. We are all together moving forward for the earth so i'm encouraging everyone to envision a better world. It's very easy you can give as much energy to this as you do complaining or stressing out about what is not right if you you say that is not right so i'm gonna vision what it looks like. That's what i would leave. You thank you when thing that i would love to add to that. Is you know ear inn. Since i i deal with financial things or mentality around in a lot of it is fear and in the best thing to do is to take one step her in to your fear so you can get through it. Here's power. The reverse of fear is power and i guarantee you i do. I do teach what is called the the kinsey meditation that was given to me. I've taught it for forty years and once you have manifested five things using your own remind is in your own will and your own heart in the universe listening to you. You're on nomar or fair way. Yeah you know how to get through it faster when the fear does come in you said as motivation yes. It's the most powerful motivation in the world. I'm going to do this <hes> star. Thank you thank you so much as i i hate to clinton's is that this is why yes yes. Thank you so much for honoring us with your presence. I am so grateful. Grateful blessed enjoy today's episode of wealth transformation. We encourage you to apply the information. You learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. 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079 Sasha Sabbath and Dr. Cheryl

Wealth Transformation Podcast

27:40 min | 2 years ago

079 Sasha Sabbath and Dr. Cheryl

"Are you so full of fear. You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you how to shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship. Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship. No matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes. this really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host. Dr Cheryl Title Scheider Hall Gibran Our guest this evening is Sasha Sabbath. Sasha show is internationally recognized as a sole purpose expert master sound an energy healer emerging public speaker and an entrepreneurial heroes into new intuition and purpose so coach with twenty seven years. Her mentoring and products are dedicated to catapults spirit. Driven highly intuitive Tiv- gifted entrepreneurs into their healing and soul ratings success. Her she facilitates her clients and students and audiences and removing blocks to their success accelerating their intuition access claiming a deeper embodiment of their sole purpose purpose and by igniting their creative genius for remarkable business and personal sold derives solutions she does this by implementing her divine triad Ed to kit a customized personal and business mentoring system where she activates broadcasted divine energy called the transmissions ends of grace celestial. Tony sound healing and intuitive and Energy scan readings. The results are that her client students and audiences move forward with an unstoppable confidence so charisma courage and clarity of her life's direction. She supports entrepreneurs with marketing strategies to bring their unique transformational soul signature. Imprint the message succeed in sync with your soul. Her mission is to heal the heart of humanity. Through mentoring sole purpose get business owners and through the reverend honoring of her animal. Brethren Sasha is also an animal healer and intuitive particularly helping helping animals and their guardian face that sacred transition when it is time for their beloved animals to walk across the Rainbow Rainbow. Bridge this is the second segment with Sasha and continuing our discussion from the first part. WELCOME SASHA I hey. I'm so glad that you're here. That finally after months and months how to navigate and merge into this current of wealth breath into this energetic current of it is there other people are getting it. I'M GONNA find that tractor beam of energetic affluent. What do you mean by that? It's an energy. We look at things energy. It's all energy. Yeah Yeah so what is it that you want me to tell what I mean. Yes what which. Well you said a tractor being tractor being well what do you mean by that. Okay got it. I mean if we look at the fact that there are thought forms and there are layers of consciousness and there are focused focused energy high ways of a particular theme of a particular message collective consciousness of something. I'm just saying saying that. Let's let's say that those con- those connected and those concentrated thoughts become like a highway of energy a a tractor beam of energy. It's kind of like a radio or even a TV. Yeah and you then tune into a dial you dial into so so so so I understand what you're saying so then you can change that frequency you say tractor beam now. I mean that that's kind of an intense chance statement to me. I'm just trying to. I mean it's easy when you're practiced to change that frequency in a takes discipline to do that but explain I mean I'm trying to break this down for the viewers. I'm with you. Break it down around here which is keep going so here. We have this concentrated thought form of knowing the wealth is there we know it. So let's just assume around us. Yeah so let's just assume that it's there somewhere on the ethers then with with our intention and our attention to find that whether or not we do is another story. Okay we have to at least start with the intention of knowing that it's there absolutely and it's no different than driving your car and merging onto a lane of highway Okay that's a good metaphor metaphor. Yeah definitely so it has to start with a intention. And then we have to use our logical digital analytical. Mind to study to prepare to channelize. He's yeah to assess how to get onto that highway and it's just it's it starts in your mind it starts with intention. Yeah however the mind in terms of all the analysis part that I was just talking about the left prenatal the left brain activity pretty much has to do with you preparing pairing yourself to be able to act once you find that tractor beam know what it looks like when it's coming right bye bye you and also to be able to maintain yourself in that tractor beam hence people who don't do that are the ones that when the extraordinary amounts of money in the lottery and they lose it. They hurt themselves things happen. We're ready for prepared. So my saying saying what I'm saying is to work on all levels to work on the intention. What I call the infrastructure I teach my clients about establishing the infrastructure her of beliefs decisions self image subconscious programming to get that inner ground prepared appeared and then you also have to act and that's all that analysts? You don't acted another nothing's GonNa Happen. You're going to be where you are forever if you don't act that's right. There's a fine line isn't there. There's a fine line between doing doing doing doing doing and then totally letting Ingo and then the magic can happen. Yeah and you know. Part of that is getting through the fear I've had in the last a couple of months I've had to work through some fear myself because looking at taking my show nationally I I had to walk through some fear her and I did it and but it you know it's like that that show and the sand you know it's like her all get that rubs Dr Beth beckwith says the Rub you know and and it polishes it polishes so if we don't grow if we don't have the irritants and the challenges we don't grow given no matter who you are where you are you have to have those challenges. Yeah I know that again I remember my filters are everything is a sole purpose. Half half So when I look at my life where I was ill from early childhood six months old. I almost died of asthma and then other tremendous complications nations. And you've worked through all that I've worked through it it thank you yes it is good. Isn't it. I have a vigil with my how to you know. Have that option to function to act you bill to act on you will healthy to be able to act on your will so that friction of being so sick and bedridden so many times as I was growing up and even my adult years. That's why I became self employed. I was unavoidable. I couldn't hold a job. I couldn't get there on time. My quality of work was not good. So what did I have to go through that challenge to get where you are. Yes I so. So what did I do. I said to myself and my early twenties I have to have my own business and so if we look at this friction model that you're talking about that was it. Yes yes well. I have been an entrepreneur for many many years and I grew up with an entrepreneurial family early and I was a single mom and I had to take care of my daughter so I went back into the corporate world and that was a whole nightmare. They're a total nightmare And that's what actually gave me the impetus to start writing And to heal this whole The whole inequity and unethical and lack of love and Blah Blah Blah in there. Yeah so that's what gave me the impetus to get on this level of where I am so you know. I believe everything we do and go through is is heading towards a a path or or two part of you like you say the sole purpose everything. If you're open is just being open to it you know for those people that are like on the edge or that are just learning. It's like being open to it and then things just start happening. Yeah no I mean. Everything's been happening that unfolds in the perfect device say divine order that you know you're on it right and you can feel it. Ah Yes you know it you feel it. Yes and the tricky part comes when it feels really bad and the things that are going on do not. It feels good and when you talk about that Rub. That's to see if you part of that I think is really. It's really. It's to anchor how strong you are in your belief in what you're doing. Yes that's what that's four. Yes breath it's to help you identify the absence of it to help you identify what it really is and what. It really isn't yes and a to help you put together your strategy your support group your trainings. So that no matter what you do exactly what you said you just get back into the flow and keep going. I mean that's the story of my life absolutely anybody who knows me. That is the story of my life. People people say I am absolutely unstoppable. Well I have out tell you I was about a month ago maybe not. Quite a month ago I woke up. It was early morning and I actually sat up because it was so big enemy my dream and it was like right here in front of me and it said you're unstoppable and it was a big billboard is a billboard and I thought they really beautiful and of course I write down all my dreams unstoppable. It's like wow well here. We are looked we found found each other law the traction so I'm you know I'm an anyone that I can assist in getting. That's I've done my work. Yeah there's no value that you can put on that. I believe that there's no value I mean yet. You have to put a value on it for money but really there's no value because it's that's what healing is all about to get to that next level So Oh I just. I'm just glad you know Grad. I'm grateful I give gratitude every morning and throughout the day sometimes depending on what is going on but gratitude is is extremely important beautiful and giving giving gratitude in advance when you think big and you have big dreams then giving gratitude before it happens As you take those steps to get where you're going you know where your guided or where where it's it's happening. I'm gl- I'm grateful. So you're grateful for the vision. You're grateful for the expectation and it's going to happen and I'm also grateful for what's unfolding because because the steps are happening and yes I've had to work through some fear to get through that but if you don't walk into and through the fear you'll never do any Mhm so I'm just grateful that is all unfolding in happening. Well Hey I applaud you for being a single mom. I think that puts you in a superhuman status. Well I don't know about superhuman but My daughter's twenty three and I was three months pregnant when I when I walked away and I I did it all on my own beautiful. And she's very very proud of her she's still twenty-three and there's still some of the last of the teenage stuff but she's she's got it she's got it all and it's just it's all unfolding. Yeah so but thank you. And it wasn't easy. Oh my God I'm not a human. I'm not a human being mama for baby. Mom and I have tremendous respect act for the role of a parent. Well I wouldn't be who I am today if I hadn't gone through what I've gone through understood. You know I mean I totally had and and this is a blessing. I learned how to totally let go of myself and take care of my daughter when she was you know from up until about fourteen eighteen and then the attitude started changes. Like this is my child. What alien came into her? You know that's part of the autonomy process interesting in your sole purpose PAF. You had a child to help you focus away. Hey from yourself. On my sole purpose path I had all this health and emotional traumas that happened that forced me to who reclaim my physical body and reclaim my physical body and go through what it takes to deal with these kinds of energies. He's and keep coming back home. So you and I came at it from different angles. Some Yeah I I wouldn't have consciously consciously chosen to do it by myself but obviously there it all worked. It's all working So I wouldn't end of. I wouldn't be here doing what I'm doing. If that's why I say everything that unfolds in our life is for purpose. There's a reason for it And all the financial challenges that I went through now I can laugh about it. That's good I laughed about it. Yeah because and first of all you know I think what what what is more important and I know what's more important is to have that wealthy feeling inside of yourself you can have all the money in the world world and if you don't have that wealthy feeling inside yourself because I've known One in particular billionaire WHO's empty inside. But he's got got billion. I know I've heard I. I don't know I became very good friends with him for a while until I could see where you know and and understanding where he came from and everything. But you know it's like that's why the most important thing is that unconditional love and yourself for for yourself stub judging yourself. Stop Criticizing Yourself. Forgive yourself we level the last show. I had was about forgiveness. And you you just accepting yourself where you are and the way you are not and again through my paradigm that dovetails with what you're saying. Is that sometimes. People can't get there however when they know their sole sole purpose matrix. which is what I do with my clients and they understand how those different events were methodically deliberately designed and planted by their spirit for them to learn certain lessons then something opens up where they can fathom there not just paying lip service to self forgiveness? They're not just paying lip service to accepting accepting oneself. They're not paying lip service to just accepting that. Everything is folding on track they go into a deeper ravine uh of power. I always say that knowing one sole purpose is both a power and path. It's a power because because you can harness it to become so resilient and becomes. So unstoppable become so creative become so decisive suv and then it's also a path because it leads you just like everything you've been saying it leads you to certain people places and circumstances and when you understand how it is part of a divine design you give yourself permission to say no a lot more easily then and also yes. So for instance. I have a lot of clients who come to me and they have struggles with relationships but when they get to understand and their sole purpose and they get to understand the gift that their sole purpose business is bringing into their community they tap into a self permission and a confident crews matic power to just simply cut out what is draining them but is insulting to their spirit. And what is. That's a good thing insulting salting to your spirit. That's how I that's how I trained my audiences and my student my clients. Good you know when somebody does this to you. Or you're having this kind of boundary issue or your client didn't pay. Hey you and they said they would and none of that another these things that we create it is an insult to our soul. Yes and when people hear it that way something the thing and I love for you to say that because that's very powerful your spirit an insult to your spirit and to you're so right in fact I just recently started a membership program through my Biz and I teach one training call a month. The first training call all is waste. Your time equals insult your soul. The I like that though. That's time I'm management secrets for the over extended on purpose entrepreneur waste. Your time equals and soldiers. So so what does that mean it means it's contracting and it's creating a barrier for your soul to download inspiration. Creative ideas is fun. Things loving things compassionate things everyone on this planet has the ability to tap into this. Exactly everyone free one. That's the ability it's just being open and it's timing and it's you know it timing timing timing and thank God thank spirit. Thank the Universe Universe you know. I mean I'm so that's where the gratefulness the gratitude comes in. Because when you're on this when you're on your frequency yeah it feels so good. Yeah Yeah Yeah well. I've had a very rigorous life. I know you've had your challenges to most people do. Yeah everybody yeah everybody and one of the biggest learnings learnings that I have had to acquire as I have been healing. This wound of being in a human form has been to understand that when it's not feeling good when it is feeling scary when it does not make any sense when the intention is great but the output is not or the rate of return on your effort is not how. What do you organize that? How do you process that? How do you make sense of that? How do you make that? Okay see right there. What you're saying we all go through that and that's for me? What gets me through? That is that I know I have a divine purpose xactly and it's divine. It's I can't I I can explain what I mean about divine because it's outside of yourself it's everybody has a divine frequency within them. So when you can tap into that because you're actually getting out of yourself because when you stu limiting for me it is I'm speaking for my own experience that it's so much easier even though I have focused on myself by healing myself but when you know that there's a bigger divine purpose just pulling you if you're open to it then you can get through that you can get through that because there's there's there's always going to be daylight there's always GonNa be light you know when you're in the dark there's always light mhm can't always stay in the dark. I mean yes we all have the dark side and we all get in the dark. You know but it it takes it. Takes a certain amount. Should I stop talking. No thank you look at you just about ready to get their down. No it's okay because it's it's like focusing on in it's really. It's almost it difficult for me to explain it to put it in words. I know exactly what I mean but to say it in words. It's it's it's a little bit of a challenge. Because when you're in alignment with that higher self. Put it in those terms. When you're in alignment with your higher self then? It's so much easier because when you have that trust that only good only prosperity only wealth. Only the best things are possible for you when you know that and you ignore that you know that in your heart then you can get through the challenges but the challenges are there to make you ready for the next level. You know that that's what it's all about is all the challenges we go through our to get us to the next level and just this keep going. That is the magic of mindset. I one of my earlier trainings when I wanted to become self employed as I became a hypnotherapist therapist so in the therapy and also annoying linguistic programmers so a neuro linguistic programming and hypnotherapy sold about programming. The subconscious mind days as world In the coach mentoring healer consultant world. We call it mindset but it's the same thing and you know I'm I'm sorry but we're running. Okay I on that but that please say say something of your wisdom that you have please share with us your wisdom. Because I know we're coming to the end and I hate to stop that's okay wisdom about what my mindset and wealth mindset and wealth wisdom. You want wisdom on demand I think that they know you can handle it can the I think that the the main thing I wanna say about Winston wisdom mindset it comes down to so in any given moment we get to choose. Are we going to choose to suffer in that moment. Through what we think through interpretation through belief through choices or are we going to shift those same increments of belief decisions interpretation choices into something that's going to empower uplift honor and ignite the best that we can be. That has been my challenge in this lifetime because when you have health issues it's hard. It's just hard to figure out how to do all this. So that's what I've learned out. Carrie Okay and thank you so much. Thank you for coming and being our guest and noma stain. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guest to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life by emailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation gmail.com mail dot com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you further. Please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five breath two four six six eight one as a gift. You can get doctor. Cheryl's Book Wealth Transformation Integrity Integrity Integrity for only the cost of postage seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time feel healthy and happy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life aw.

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108 - Dr. Cheryl and Norma Zamit Ep.1

Wealth Transformation Podcast

26:26 min | 1 year ago

108 - Dr. Cheryl and Norma Zamit Ep.1

"Are you so full of fear. You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes. This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host Dr Cheryl Sean Spicer our special guests. This evening is Norma Samit Norma. Norma is an intuitive as well as a Claire sentient clairvoyant Claire Audience and a natural sound healer. She has been using the these inherent abilities applying them to the field of energy psychology to help others for over thirty five years. Norma has trained in many aspects of physical and emotional healing beginning with the studies of abnormal child. Psychology at Queens College in Flushing New York. She is certified in Emotional Code Matrix energetics. The body talks system sekine master Therapist Reich Eh and generous. She has a unique ability to utilize and integrate these to optimize an individual's growth and well-being being as a Master Emotional Code Practitioner E. C. P.. Norma is able with amazing efficiency locate and effectively we release blocked or suppressed emotions that have been limiting the individual mentally emotionally and or physically sometimes sometimes for decades their result is a happier more energize being who has an enhanced awareness of what is truly important and and a much larger sense of who she or she really is in addition to her one and one private lessons usually via telephone normal lectures. Here's on Energie Dynamics. And their many applications and we'll be publishing a book on this subject. She also conducts introductory workshops us on sound healing using the human voice. She resides in Marin County California. This is the first segment of a two part discussion Russian with Norma welcome to come norma has been a while since we started talking about this months and months. Inspect your here and thanks for coming. Thanks for having me I have already basically introduced you and your bio and everything so my goodness. I know that there's a lot of questions about what you do. And I I'll just start without can you. Can you tell us what Claire sentient is. And what does that really mean. Yes it's clear feeling thing and it's perceiving which you normally don't you don't use your five senses you have this other ability to perceive into the realms or even in everyday life but not using your five senses sense then is that when it's because you could say it's a six cents cents. Okay Swamy beyond anonymous biondi. Nanda says they're seven cents. I'm still trying to work with my six sets sets anyway so this kind of and then the second one is clear audience. Yeah that's the same thing it's clear here hearing again not not using your five senses but hearing lake in the spirit world or hearing. What a person's body saying hearing what they might think you're working with the client and you're picking up on a thought and then you ask them or you thinking this thought and they say yes and it's important that it was mentioned so that's sort of how that works? Yeah so tell us how you how you you know. What do you do with this because this is year? Your gift. This is is your gift. Well there's many ways to use it one example. I can give using the to clear ascension audience audience that you mentioned was One of my clients was a guy in professional and he came. He said. I can't stop thinking about my work. He says you know I. I'm there and I come home and I'm still thinking about my work. So when he said that I immediately got he was still there in the office his physical body left but he was still there and I asked him. I said. Do you feel like you've even left the office. So is that like his mental and his spiritual. We're we're still in the office. Is that his physicals not there but a part of his spirit is still here and his personal energy right so what I had him do first of all I ask them. Why do you think you're still there? And he just has tremendous amounts of workload and an and he's a lot. Is he a workaholic. Do you know that's a good question. No I didn't find that so what we had would I we I say he and I I had them do was I said I want you to imagine you're back in your office right now and it's five minutes to leaving and I want you as you get up to pour all your attention out of off your desk and I got the impression. He had a lot of papers on his desk. And I said do you. We have a lot of papers on your desk. He says yes. Okay I want you to take your attention off of your papers off of your desk of your chair. Can you do that. He said how. Oh I said just intend because it's how you intended to be connected good intentions pure intention. That's that's the key to everything. So he he imagined doing that. He's okay and I'm standing in front of my desk and I don't feel like attached to any of it now. I said okay. Good so as you're walking away toward toward the door. I want you to start pulling your energy out from the whole room from the book shelves from the telephone from the plant. Whatever you have there so he says I think I did it? I checked and he did. I said Okay I want you to walk out the door and tell me how you feel and he said I feel like I love the office. So that was his new rule it was other cleanup. It had to be done he just needed. Did your guidance on do that. He needed your guidance your year I could tell if he was taken his energy. Now see I could feel feel it and and clear sentence I could sense it too and so then I hadn't come back to his room where he was and I said okay. Notice how you feel now from here. I want you to reconnect to everything in your office by pure intention and he did and he goes. Oh my God he said this is amazing. I said okay. Now bring your energy back just in ten. You're bringing it all back to you knowing you can put it back there any time you want. So we did that three or four times until he realized he was more comfortable with his energy with them when he left right right and he realized that he never got any break from work so he he was resented he was getting frustrated. He was is making mistakes and he did well after that. So did you have to work with him a few times or particular situation wants so. oftentimes you can get it once and then the other examples a little longer to tell but I had this friend who was going to have heart heart surgery and he was trying to avoid. It needed his AORTIC valve removed. So in his heart was weak so oh I worked with him and I removed. What I discovered was? He was holding onto trapped emotions from early days so we removed all the emotions from his heart. And then Do that what I do is muscle testing. So I go like this. I use this as my Jong. If it's no it comes apart so I they would ask his knowing self because I intend to be connected to him with his permission did he have any emotions in his heart and I got Yes yes so I removed eight. I believe eight eight different ones and then I ask heart if it was happy and it said it. What's so then? I checked if he had an energy field around his heart protecting he did. And that took three sessions to take that down. Then he went back to the doctors. I also check the veins in his heart and the pericardium Ricardian the sack that protects the heart and everything was good strong energy any There was some toxins in his sack. Jack meaning mercury and black toxic energy. He went to the doctors and the doctors found his heart to be stronger but not much changes in his valve. But it didn't disintegrate. It didn't get worse so they told him he could probably the for years without needing surgery yet but he found that he was weak so he went in for surgery decided to do it so so he's in the hospital and there's this thing you can do where you can have him talk to his body and prepare the body for the surgery and so we did did that. He explained that they were going to be taken into another room. Skin's going to be cut. The bones in we're going to be moved disturbed him in the ribs and the heart and a new valve is going to be put on and that he would like the heart to know is is safe and that he wished it would welcome. Welcome this new valve. And then he talked to the old valve and he's thanked for its good duty and how. It supported his body and functioning so he went into the surgery. And when you do this by the way the body feels so safe that it bleeds less. So it's easy for the surgeons so after the surgery he called me he said the surgeon was very pleased. The vow fit perfectly and everything went exactly like he would've liked it too so just to cover the basis. I checked in with his heart his heart happy. Yup the heart was happy was new valve. Happy the new valves happy then I checked. Was the ribs happy. The ribs were not happy. They had panic uh-huh and there was two other emotions. So I release those in the system that a US one is subconscious tells me and I tell the client and the body. Here's what the emotion is. It pushes three quarters of the way out and how now I know that is if somebody's in front of me and muscle testing them and before I address emotions or the emotion at Ed hand I said okay. I want to see if you're strong. And they're strong. I see okay and then we're the emotion is if it's in the chest I wave my hand and say okay. Now see if you can resist me. They can't so the bodies push daddy motion out three quarters of the way I go over their head three times carvings. That's a major Meridian vibrates. The rest of the body puts it right out. I muscle tested him strong as an ox. How long go is that? How how long ago I am what this well? No no no that that you had this experiences healing with this gentleman Um a month ago. Oh so it's really. Recent is pretty present. So have you spoken to him recently. Yes he called me religiously. He told me everything is going well. His pain medicine was going down down down but his skin was extremely sensitive. There were some emotions in the skin MHM released the emotions. The skin is fine and he's comfortable wearing clothing and his strength is constantly coming back Jack and the last thing I just want to say about it is I had him checking in new bovine valve for for working with the heart and welcoming it in the heart and have welcome each other and show appreciation so the body could be strong strong and healthy. And that's exactly what's happening and People Yup Anyway so I use those two abilities to perceive the energy moving and is moving. Is something stuck in his thinking you know because sometimes I asked somebody do something. They're not doing it and then I'll say okay. What's what's happening because I don't get your doing what I ask? Oh I don't know I don't know about this will what is it well. My friend did something and it didn't work for him so it's probably not going to work for me. Then you have to handle that consideration. And then he does or she does right. Well I basically have a little testimony on myself. I was a little apprehensive at first because I'm very aware of other people's Energy and in infiltrating mine and I'm very careful about that but I've known you for a long time term norma and you did a little treatment on me I about month and a half ago I I went to the dentist because I have a tooth I I needed to have a new crown on and it's been painful. I mean it was to the point where I had to keep taking Ibuprofen all the time so so I decided because I don't want to get a root canal but I did go in. And they did a A pulp bottoming where they just take the top of the nerve endings off and the ran out of time. Thank God they ran at a time to do the rest of the the Root Canal so I have a temporary crown on it right now but I thought you know I really don't WanNa have to go get a root canal. I just have this resistance to it so I thought okay then you we communicate a lot and so you said well let me work on it. So Lo and behold I had no aw clue on what was going to come out. I had no clue and went in you del. You know had feet everything ping into it to get to the bottom of this and it was very interesting. This was what a week and is been over a week now and on the second day after you did the treatment with me because it takes two of us is the pain went away and I have not had pain since. That's wonderful and but what what was really interesting and even though I've done past lives before I was just kind of astonished when you had said You you went back. Eleven generations on my father's side of the family and it's funny because my family never talked about that side of the family was always my grandmother's side and low. Which is wonderful? But it's like nobody talked about the German side maybe for good reason but you know it went back. Eleven generations that I guess that the same phenomenon Um and your mouth was continuing so here here it is. Maybe I've broken the cycle and so my daughter won't have it. Maybe that I haven't Hammond pain-free yes thank you very. Welcome it Dr Nelson who I learned this from. He said that when ah it's natural for natural for us to have emotions all the time and most of the time we let him go bing bing bing but once in a while. We have anger anger or frustration or panic. We're even depression and we say oh I'll deal with it later later today maybe tomorrow and we never deal with it. Then he gets trapped and it's like my tissue here. There is the energy of the emotion and wherever it settles in irritates the tissues or the Boehner would ever and the longer. It's there the more imbalance and disharmony creates. And if you have these plugged all over yourself or layered is going to create an imbalance an illness in the body and once it's found and you remove them the bodies he's brilliant heals itself. It knows exactly what to do. So so you're you're helping US educate ourselves on out out and and thank you for sharing that so the viewers and the audience can understand how that works because society our society -ociety the media don't focus in on that and it's it's we can heal ourselves you know if we're where this we know how to do it yes and you know it's amazing the Ama says most illness is psychosomatic psychosomatic. Why don't they address the person's thinking were there emotions? The name many many many pills. Let's we won't get into the pharmaceutical companies another. Yes ten shows so the point is if people can start waking up that when they have the emotion motion go right into it. Feel it yell it whatever draw pictures and let it go. They'll save themselves a lot of being ill our our our society and we'd be so much healthier. If we all did that I mean you know it's easy to put it off it really. Is You know because we you know. Oh most we're not exposed to be able to do that in a healthy way in our society and when it's not supporting missing here in and Marin it is one of the things that's really not acceptable is showing your anger. If you're not directing it anybody but you're walking down the St and you just want to go non-acceptable and when people have to stuff that particular emotion it backs up the energy backs up backs up and it gets lodged somewhere so even if the best place to sound out is in a car best place well. I'm unknown for taking my tennis racket in hitting the bed that war I mean that gets it out of my body. That's exactly right. That's exactly where evening news also good and I want to introduce another element. If I may sound healing. Everybody knows how to sound. He'll everybody everybody and people say well. How do you know that you know how to cry? Crying is exactly cleanses of yes and the format of sound healing. When you cry? You'll see I'm going to start in the key of C or d sharp or whatever. You're just start with any sound. You don't even think it and it's a journey. You take not thinking intuitive and you cry and you get to the end. That's it when you're upset if people would be willing to make sounds any sound it'll take them to the next to the next to the next and before you know it. It's purged right out interesting. So what do you mean like any sound. I mean just like granting sighing. What do you make it? Don't like Yeah Oh and then it just keeps going and going. Yeah and all of a sudden you're complete cleaned. Sometimes you'll be shrinking at the top of your lungs and when you finish you feel better and it gets it out of your body and for people who have headaches headaches might try this. I was going on the freeway a couple years ago. I had this really intense ethic and I I just started going. I have a headache. I have the headache I do. have this awful headache headache. And then all listen. I was sounding away and I finished sung in out of your body. We started with this song and went to and when they finished he was gone is gone going interesting. The other thing about headaches when I used to do some work in corporations people. Oh my God headache. It's usually a conflict half of this and the other half other thinking says this and so I would say okay. What's the conflict because half of you is fighting the other half you as soon as they looked at with the conflict was and told me a bit about it? Guess what the headache went away or if it didn't I would say okay. You're stuck with not making a decision so is this. Is this conflict that you're talking about within themselves within themselves. Okay Ah should I tell my bosses should I should I shouldn't I should I in a and the two energies of yes. No and they form a ridge of energy. Urgency is a headache so I could intuit that and I said what's the conflict and they told me and I said okay so don't make a decision pick one side or the other as soon as they did that the headache left and they stood there. They couldn't believe it because they they didn't know that they could create that to begin with and then it could go away so quickly yes. We're not taught that we're we're not to. What do you do with your energy energy? What do you do with you? and well also being just being aware of our energy so many people are numb to it. They don't they don't own their energy energy you know so. It's hard to to be aware to it if you're not if you're not allowing yourself else to how to to feel that energy or to be with that energy I'm not sure I quite understand. Could you give me an example temple. Well I mean like any motion the energy of an emotion. Well yeah yeah or even mental. I mean it's there's mental energy you know from people I mean if you're intuitive you can pick up energy cheap but I I sometimes can sense when people are maybe. It's just a protection. They they hold their energy in because it's to protect them up. I guess maybe that's what I was talking about. When I you know when I like even here at the at the media center all the different people that come in and out of here and I can pick up on some people's body language and they're they're holding on that's clear sentence that's feeling not using the mind is using your higher senses to perceive or you go into a room and you go? I don't WanNa be here. I don't like how this feels and you exit remove. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah or or you have one hundred the phones. Good a ring. And it's your friend apple and you pick it up it. Is You apple. Sorry Apple's a good name neutral oh gosh thank you. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life. emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight eight one as has a gift. You can get doctor Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars. Ninety five cents Until next time you'll healthy and happy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life.

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156 - Janice Niederhoffer and Dr. Cheryl Ep.2

Wealth Transformation Podcast

28:12 min | 1 year ago

156 - Janice Niederhoffer and Dr. Cheryl Ep.2

"Are you so full of fear? You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host. Dr Cheryl Shire Enter. Name is Janice neater Hoffer Genesis in an internationally acclaimed master communicator leadership development and organizations organizational specialist as a world renowned negotiator interrogator body language expert. She has trained people all over the world including law enforcement agency at all levels with a global clientele. She brings her talent and experience to address too key issues facing businesses today. Guess why you're going to get to the other side of whatever you're in now it's inevitable you will get to the other side so how you going to take that how you. GonNa ride that train and so you know in relating to money. It's like you. We have to change our internal dialogue or the model heart. That goes on in our head around many like saying you know. I don't have enough or I can't afford it or you know money. Don't go on tree in any of those things you need to stop saying that completely need to stop it and saying I will have enough money or I'm I'm getting enough money. You always have to think for the future in that to attract the at this as you were saying earlier that energy money energy. It's a flow. It's a flow. I mean you know Warren Buffett says he says two things and I I always referenced those because it really makes sense first of all the most important thing no matter what is unconditional love. And I'm always preaching about unconditional. Love no matter what. The second one is having no doubt now. I've talked to bankers. And they have a hard time with that. Don't the no doubt thing and it takes discipline. You know you have to believe in yourself and trust in yourself in having CA- self confidence to not have that doubt Casey. You just said home. Mouthful here so first of all what does no doubt me what it means is. I guess that you need to have no doubt in yourself that you're capable and if you're not if you have some question than you need to go research at you need to get the Info you need to to get educated so you have what it takes to have no doubt so. It's being motivated by getting educated. And that's that to me is a key that is the key is education and that's about everything really but especially around your mental discipline in mental thoughts around money so for me to say way on this particular piece of conversation what. I always teach with people because they're always getting caught up in the deduce king so in order to have no doubt. You GotTa know what your target is right so in law enforcement. We had be great shots and I could out shoot almost all the guys right so you had to know your target. What do you want in life? What is it so we're talking about money here? What he want specifically toe. If you're doing a small chunk or a big chunk whatever end most people think small those people do in them and that's okay now because guess what the other thing you said once they get small thing and they hit their target then they'll create more confidence. But here's the deal. Most people get caught up in the twos. And they're big huge speed bumps and you can't get over with car you can't even see the target no your target and have no doubt you're going to get that target no matter how much information you don't have about that target accents. Yes then we're backward like you said educate expand become aware find a mentor final role model. Make it happen and soon as the first roadblock comes comes up if you have no doubt about your target you're gonNA pass through that disillusion stage and get to the next get to the next one because you gotta be emotionally connected to that target if you not emotionally connected you are not going to cheat. It can't that's that's great information. Thank you so much for sharing that. That's wonderful to to put it in a different perspective. But the same you know. That's wonderful. Oh I wanna ask you a question. You said Warren Buffett said two things first. One was unconditional love. Do people really know what unconditional love is? How would you describe it? Okay well to me for me. Unconditional love is when you have can can love yourself and this of course is loving others your family your friends. The you know whomever actually in the Buddhist philosophy you love everybody the same. But unconditional love to me is when you have no judgment no criticism you just love it for the way it is and I don't want to say I know some people say for the way it's not but I like to say for the way. We're all evolving on some level where all evolving. So love yourself for where you are in your evolution as a complete whole human being so unconditionally loving yourself is accepting yourself for your for who you are your shortcomings. Your wonderful qualities. I know my what am I crosses that. I've had to bear impatience. I was the youngest. I got away with murder and it's taken a long time for me to learn patients and I think I've done a pretty good job and of course if I hadn't had my daughter I probably wouldn't be where I am because I have a when you're a parent you have to basically turn yourself inside out and you have this rubber band that goes for one side of the planet to the other so you have to let go of yourself totally like over yourself. Which I think is candid because I mean to me. That's the Buddhism Buddhism principle to is letting go of yourself your feelings but just knowing you know having that love for yourself that you can share with others and not judging not criticizing just accepting accepting right now. This is really easy conversation to hear but really difficult for people to do and I know you know that. Here's the deal. Ninety nine percent of every client that I get in front of Or audience they have no clue itself. Love is or even how to apply it. They can't even define it. Well it needs to be from an unconscious level and this is what when I talk in front of groups of people myself. The first thing all say is how many of you men are are women. How many of you right on your mirror in your bathroom have it in your car. Have it in your kitchen your refrigerator? Wherever that you are in your daily comings and goings. I love myself unconditionally. And leave it there for at least twenty days. I know some people say it takes twenty one days to change a habit. I say twenty I say. Leave it more than twenty eight days because our society doesn't nurture that so it has to go to an unconscious level has to go to. Here's what I know. About unconditional love. It has to start with yourself and it has nothing to do. It doesn't mean ego doesn't mean I'm egotistic. So I call that genuine confidence. Here's a recipe to that. You have to learn what self love is. Self love is like you said loving yourself for who you are the good the bad and the ugly. That's right it doesn't give you an excuse to not pay attention the ugly and set targets and goals and go for it right. But it's gone. You know what I'm and here's what happened. There's so much magic to love yourself unconditionally. He no longer feel judged by people. 'cause they'll judge you all day long. It's human nature. They just do it. And it's addition by society. It bounces right off. Has No effect on You. Just a healthy self esteem. Just think what you can do with that in business in your relationships and everything else because now you're in it win it. You're in it for the right reasons. Right unconditional love. Once you get that you understand it and you start to implement it in you own it unconsciously like you said. It's it's gotTa be on unconscious. You can't have anything about it anymore. That's why we have. It's almost like it's it takes discipline that it's almost brainwashing. I don't like to say that but not a word I would use I. It's you know brainwashing reaching throw. Grameen your imprint. Its but we have to keep saying repetitively over and over and over and over until you don't have to think about it it's just becomes second nature and there's other things you can do besides just frosting the cake with. I'm you know I'm you know saying affirmations and Incantations. Which is you have to do. You have to change your language patterns. Yes absolute the main ingredient. Is You gotta get to the inference? That are causing those limiting beliefs absolutely to route. You have to get to the root. That's right so I mean it's just an example for myself. I remember when my father went to Japan for four months he was an engineer with Boeing. Used TO GO TEACH. The Navy had a very raw terms but how to put together in Or how to take apart and put together turbine engines and my mother. I remember she said to me and I was about eight. She said I hate you and oh I was just. That's an imprint. Oh my God. That's a great example of an imprint. An imprint that I will never forget but I've forgiven and I've also let go of it but it's taken me years to let go with that because my mother that's my mother that's your female role model and I'll tell you it's taken me up until a few years ago to be able to trust women. Yes how many that affects women's relationships so much so many people you can understand why women don't get along in their competitive and all that which I used to be wide because I had no self love no self esteem right. I faked at time made it right. You know I really like for your viewers or something we're talking about imprint solid time. I'd like to expand on that. So they understand what it is and I'd like to use with your permission. What you just gave us this is about. This is all about helping our viewers helping us. I'm evolved these two so please be my guest. Your mother said she hates you. Okay and you're eight all right. That's a little tiny child has been on this earth eight years hit and they're still finding themselves right and they're number one female role models. Mom Mom says I hate you. All your whole world comes crumbling. Now that then stacks the rest of your life in every area of your life. You had a lot of challenges. Didn't you know I've had my brother? Said she's been through hell. You know I mean so you write them from that. Can you believe that from that? One sentence so your viewers that our parents or our mentoring children are round youngsters. All Watch what you say. Oh my gosh. Because that's the lifetime does took three years ago for you to finally get it and that's why saint early on get help so people can discover that in sprint and help you realign it and it's very important to forgive absolutely is a key because my mother didn't know any better if she hated herself she's doing the best she could've -solutely so release and let go. And it's I've done some major exercises to forgive that like seventy times seven right. You know. I've done it four times in my life which takes a lot of discipline and concentration to do that. Which forgiving writing with you right in your left hand thirty five with one and thirty five with the other and I mean it's it's a wonderful it takes a lot of concentration that it's so freeing once you get through thank you. Yeah it worked for me because I got it out of my body as well because our bodies re remember memory right. Yeah so remember that. Sometimes it can be just one turn that changes your imprint or could be lots of work and discipline like you had to do But the trick is this once you know. Something's wrong just be go out and don't give up until it changes but don't be a junkie thinking that you never arise. I watch people who still searching searching like. No you got healthy can okay now. You're just being comfortable here. Let's move on because they're stuck in their story now and that's you know. Life is so precious. We can't get stuck in our stories you know because we're losing time you know every day. I mean my God. I can't believe it's almost the end of the year already. Merry Christmas yes. It's here. All right yeah. So it's it's so important to be in the moment and think for the future and let go of the past you know. I'm reading about the negative pass rate but you WANNA own member are saying earlier. You WanNa take your experiences you WanNa make sense out of them. Gain the lessons learned to be able to apply them now so when I speak to people I only. Here's a deal you'll never hear me tell a story unless it serves a purpose now right whereas a lot of people myself included. I used to tell story because I was always in pain stuck in the past but now I've healed all of that right and now when you tell us stories for purpose to serve someone to not emotionally attached to absolutely thank you want your past. You don't want to just shut. No no no I mean that is just but you've gotta let go that emotional right tach moment to it that's negative. You know we. I have plenty of wonderful wonderful positive past experiences growing up like I had to families on both sides where I lived and I'm still in touch with both of them. Were lucky you know I have extended family so you know. I searched outside. I've got a surrogate mother. So you know it. That's nice unconditional love. That's what it takes for. All of us is unconditional. Love starting with yourself. I absolutely absolutely well. You have given us a lot of wonderful information and Is there any other suggestions that you can think of that? You can give. Are that has spiritual application as far as the wealth goes. I mean I know wealth covers you know not only money but everything's I've said all the pleasures in life the wealth and relationships. You know to me that is a big thing is having a wealthy relationship that nurtures one another But if there's anything that you'd like to specifically wealth and spirituality yeah well I'll complete with this. You have to live for something bigger than you absolutely and be inservice. Give living gratitude. Help others opened the door for somebody simply and if you can do more do more like if they need a ride somewhere or if they if they just need an ear anything in ear you know so many people just need to be listened to and I'll say one last thing get out of your own way Janice all this information is wonderful and oh my gosh. It's just it's Plethora of information I'd like to actually since we've talked about all this wealth and spirituality and and everything I'd like to hear a story from your your. Da Experience so would you? Would you please share with us a couple of stories but I think a lot of people wanna hear the shooting stories and the dangerous stories you know? Those are great but for tonight was coming to me as simple story that stuck with me my whole life to this day so I was going undercover device drunks. And it was nighttime. Pitch Black and surveillance team was out in the. The bad guy was supposed to show up in a parking lot of this grocery store on the side you know. Have you ever driven on the side of store and there's nobody back there and so the the big lights in the parking lot were all out and there's my undercover car and here he comes and he comes up the guy that guy parks and he comes up? You know he comes sauntering up and we did our little verbal transaction and and I said well. Where's the drugs in those days is worse dope stuff? And he goes well with me. Why not where is it? Well you know how many supposed to know you're gonNA come back really. Are you. Use Foul language. Today come back. How trust coming back is just me? I'll be right back to his car. He comes back with collateral so that I would know that he would come back with the dope. What was the collateral you ready? I don't know a five year old little boy his son. Oh my God and he tossed him in my arms in a row and I'm holding his child and look at this child and I am absolutely full. Lord of the values of this man like wow. How long did he know me three minutes? If and this is a drug deal and I sure I'll have to tell you there's so many stories in my career that absolutely drive me that I'm passionate about I'm driven right to serve because of these kinds of stories right. I have to make a difference. I have to get people to take responsibility for their life. If you're not happy if you're not where you want to be in life start somewhere by saying I'm not happy. Where do I go? You've got to have integrity in everything. What's integrity you people? Use that they feel paint walls. Well I put on my book Integrity Integrity Integrity Great. So what's your definition? It's doing everything with the highest value that you can possibly. I mean the best value that you can apply to anything not just. It's not subjective. It's everything in life morality It's just apply all the best values that you can don't you think Two yes me with my definitional interesting because remember were all completely different. Fiance their fingerprints which is wonderful. Embrace that right. We're talking about no judgment. Don't judge kit curious. I get curious about you. Judge right away too fat too tall too smart to do whatever boom boring and then but it happens. You know you do it right. Yeah and then you gotta catch myself exactly then. I get curious right away. Yeah Yeah because there's always something that's beyond the the the surface is always so it's another type of this Quebec Integrity Integrity for me. Right is taking your life by the having a backbone. That's Hegarty doing the right thing. Even if nobody's looking because it's the right thing to do absolutely absolutely period. Yes in anything. Yeah absolutely now totally. Screw up making mistake. Yeah of course. Yeah so why right human. You know you're human and that's for me that's easy thing to say you're human right. Yes but Guess. What when you make a mistake what do you do with it grab it go what? What was the motivator behind that mistake? Just absolutely didn't have analogy. Did something stupid? He stepped on your part right or did you make a mistake because you had ego behind it. You wanted to connect you wanted to have significance. You wanted more money. Whatever and usually there's a core issue to it always I think Jackley said take the mistake. Go what was the driver behind it? What can I learn from it? Who Do I need to make up with? Who where do I better make it right to make it right fake response because sometimes there is none because he just has to do with you? Exactly exactly can take care. It's like I one example that I use for integrity with money is don't take things that don't belong to you. Know even take the stamp or take a pencil or a pen. That doesn't belong to you if it's given to you fine but don't take things that don't belong to you because that's reverse Karma naked. Yeah so don't do that. You know even even I've watched A. I went shopping one time and it was watching this woman and she was going in the vegetable department in sampling. All and I don't think that's right. I mean that's me. I wasn't raised like that. He said that because my friend came over today. And we're working on a project because I was just at whole foods and this guy walked by. He was in his sixties. You'd think he'd know better while I'm judging. I shouldn't be carrots. Grabbed a scoop. Showed it in his mouth. Oh now see to me that is. That's anyway it's the value system is off. You know I just don't do that. That's not with integrity right so integrity is a big cool word right. It's a huge word and it's about doing the best you can every day and when you step in Apollo crap do something about it and it's also having a you know it's all starts with integrity with yourself like if I'm walking on the street and this has happened to me. I've seen a twenty twenty dollar bill and I looked around to see if there was anybody around and there was no one around so I picked it up. Of course you pick it up anyway and look around and you know when you're in the grocery store if someone overpays me. I'm giving the money back even if it's seven cents you look at their face when you give shocked exactly but are yeah because that's integrity and that's value you know so you're you're like you said you're you're filling the the Karma but it's a good thing to do you really the right to you. Know the the big picture for me. Is You have to be congruent from the inside out. Everything begins with o'clock stops here. Yeah absolutely and when you're congruent you're not incongruent you're not having to tell lies to self and others and living incongruent life which start stacking stacking stacking stacking and that's called fear depression all kinds of stuff right well and that ego plays games with your mind you know when when people are mean we could go on and on for a long time on all these little side subjects But in integrity is having a healthy ego to. Yes because he goes. Yeah we have healthy ego make friends with. Yeah exactly I mean I know. My shortcoming is being impatient. And I do that mentally. I'm impatient and I've worked at that. I'm still working on it. You know your ego. You're gaining something from the impatience right. So there's a positive intention behind your impatience. What is it. I want to get something done or want to learn something as fast as I can. I mean that's my motivation. But it's like when it gets any. Don't what happens if I don't have patience if you don't hurry up and get something done or learn well then it doesn't work at your survival mechanism. Yeah that's right. That's how that goes. Yeah yeah so read. We were talking about brainwashing earlier And to to kind of explain what I mean about thought it's brainwashing to me. It's kind of A. It's not the best terminology or or description but it's It's it takes you know consciousness being aware being aware of your thoughts and if you can stop long enough when you're when you have that you know everybody has a conversation in their head every day when there's even when there's no people around if they're not conversing we have a conversation and our head so you know being mindful of what those thoughts are. That to me is so important. I learned that with the science of mind is listening to what you're saying because that's what drives you know. That's wit the unconscious stuff. 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153 - Kim Ireland and Dr. Cheryl

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153 - Kim Ireland and Dr. Cheryl

"Are you so full of fear? You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host. Dr Cheryl Shire a brave and special guests. This evening Kim Ireland originally from Rhode Island. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. From Clark's Clarkson College Clarkson University in Potsdam New York in one thousand nine hundred sixty three Kim served as an officer in the US Army Corps of Engineers in for two and a half years in Heidelberg Germany. He met his Norwegian wife. While stationed in Heidelberg Kim worked for Union Carbide Corporation in their chemical division for six years and then formed a small chemicals specialty company and sold it after fifteen years. Kim has worked in different. Entrepreneurial Capacity's over the last twenty plus years and environmental and holistic health arena. Kim is an active participant in architects and engineers for nine eleven truth since two thousand nine. Kim has studied and experienced what is called disaster. Capitalism topic for which we are discussing tonight will be or may be controversial but then he has researched and and professional experience with chemicals. I call this warfare capitalism against humanity. This is the second part of our discussion with Kim. Before we start our show. I came across this interview with Warren Buffett that I would like to share as an intro to capitalism from his perspective what money is money claim checks. It's a claim check on the on the output of others in the future if I have a pile of dollar bills or pipe pile stock certificates or pile a bonds those represent claim checks which I or charity or my descendants or my spouse or whomever can use to exchange for the goods and services produced by other. Somebody else will work for that. I can hire now if I wanted to hire thousands of people to sit every day. Paint my portrait. You know. And they would be employed and I could use these claim checks and I could be looked for the perfect portrait of myself. I would never find it. Because I don't look like Arnold Schwarzenegger but I can keep looking for the guy that would try and make me look that way and I can keep handing out these claims Jackson. I would command that person services the rest of their life. They wouldn't do anything else for society at all and you know or I could vote myself a wonderful pyramid like I say you know why should people have to go to Egypt to see one of these things? So I'll spend all of these claims checks I've got and just have all thousands of people who have them loincloth like the original casten see so beat a milk production and these blocks grant will build a pyramid make people forget all about Egypt and that would command the services of other people so money will let you. You can exchange these little piece of paper for people's goods and services in the future and the wisdom with which you do that or your proclivities depends on Dari much on the individual and some people built pyramids and I hope other people engage in cancer research. Well there's enormous disparities in in terms of how the benefits of the society been distributed Disparities have gotten wider at our tax system has favored enormously rich rich I am now treated as sort of an endangered species by the government. They want to make sure that happens to me. So so I got a tax rate of fifteen percent counting payroll taxes virtually on a very large income and the average Americans paying higher tax rate than I most members of the four before underpaying if you count payroll taxes. I think it's a bad thing but I think our tax system is gone awry in the last Particularly the last ten years I mean it wasn't this fifty years ago but even even those on the low end are doing far better than people. Were you know the ones on the high end? We're doing one hundred years ago. Welcome Kim. I'm so glad that you could be here. Come on my show. Thank you Sheryl Especially since I went to get her Right before Christmas to do To volunteer for any cast. And we were trying to get you to come on and do a grieving and we started to engage in conversation. And you said look up and I'm thinking why on the board here is just a simple plane that you're looking at in the sky as as flying overhead and I'm GonNa show you what a trail looks like. Is You'll see a exhaust trail starting to form about a plane length behind the plane so this distance from the start of the trail the exhaust trail to the plane. It's it's not here exactly a plainly but it'll be about a plane link that you'll see and then this whole come together this exhaust trail and it will just form like a tail out here and this will end up dissipating and about thirty to ninety seconds lingering contrails by some but they're not actually lingering contrails there chem trails so we'll call them for what they are chem trails and the big difference. It that we can see right away when we look up and we see a trail forming is we'll see the trail starting right at the wing tip of the plane usually it's the right behind The the I wing and it doesn't have to be the behind the engine. It's really hard to see at when these high flying planes exactly where the engine is anyway. But it's coming right off the wingtip either the front wing tip or the rear wing team. Sometimes you see him coming off of here okay. And they start coming out. And they'll be billowing. Thick looks like Looks like smoke and then several oh maybe a ways behind the plane. You'll see them start to spread out and they form like ropes. Curlicue start to form on both sides. You'll see him like this. This is actually the they they start to disperse and these are formed by the pulsing of the pump in the plane. This actually pumping out this material that is forming the campaign trail. And you never see this in a controversial because it's just from the jet engine revolution which is You know thousands of revolutions permet versus here. It's the The revolutions are much much slower. So you can actually see the definition and this is one of the real identifying characteristics of the chem trails that you'll say it's a material this being sprayed. I think most of the time it's actually a powder it can also be liquid but obviously aluminum powder is a material that that does form a caller twilight it from that standpoint it looks similar to a contra but that's the only the only way it looks similar it could be a different atmospheric conditions. We don't know all the details on these chem trails. But it's it's obvious when you look up that you can see the difference and then you'll also notice in the atmosphere that there will be a haze oftentimes for a day or two following the spray operation. You'll see a haze in the in the air. That is uncharacteristic for the area particularly here in the San Francisco and Marin area where we have very little air pollution and will end up with a Hayes and looked like Los Angeles. I think this is very very important that we get a grip on on what these things are that it's real and that we need to do something about it. Kim. Thank you so much for showing that diagram I mean it it. It really solidifies in my mind too and now that since before. Christmas I've been looking up and I'm noticed now all the chem trails which it seems like the majority of them are. I have seen some contrails good. I'm so you you've seen both yes. Yes but I've seen more calm chem trails than contrails. Yeah I want people to to really own own. This information and the simpler it is the more Real it will be for everyone and there are very distinct differences between the two and they're pretty easy to spot after a while after you've been doing this for a while so I just wish we had a A faster solution. We don't we. Don't see the effect on what's happening to us as human beings breathing this around lance but look at our weather right it's dry. We're in a drought. Yeah this is a serious right actually You know when these weather modification operations started fifty sixty seventy years ago. The intent was to remake rain. Other words they they were actually cloud seeding operation. I think they use the silver compounds. Actually in the idea was to create rain. When there were droughts okay. But we don't see that happening now you know. There's there's no discussion about it. We don't see any results and in fact it may be just the opposite because the aluminum tends to dry out the atmosphere and so when that happens it just creates it reinforces the stationary high. Like what we have sitting off The coast for easily the last month now has been this tremendous high pressure Ridge. You mean like the fog bank that stays at only on no. It's not the fog bank. It's it's actually a high pressure weather system okay but if it's reinforced and And made into a stronger. High pressure system. Then it's able to fend off the low pressure systems that they come from the Gulf of Alaska or even as far away as Northern Japan and some of these low large low pressure systems That's what typically we see in the winter. The feeds are rain and this winter. Those large systems have not been able to overcome this stationary high pressure. Ridge that's been off the California coast and I just wonder if if these chem trails have actually in some way been used to reinforce this high pressure system. Why that's the question. The big you know to me. It's have dollar question. Why are they doing this? Yeah Who who really knows? You can just look at the consequences in and see that. There is a disaster in progress in the form of the drought The reservoirs are low Ranchers having to supplement with the huge quantities of hey for their livestock. Crops are struggling. Orchards are struggling. So there's Certainly a disaster that is created from a drought so if action is being taken to reinforce the drought then that would fall under the so. They're making money doing that. You know I hate to think of it. That way Cheryl but I guess it's a possibility well. Capitalism yeah disaster capitalism. Somebody's making money armament or why would they be doing it except for power right this? Geo Engineering is being done on. A world scale basis. It's not just locally here in California it's happening in other countries so it's it's not strictly Us function okay. Which further complex. Which we do you know. I mean if you're were watching this what can we do? Okay here's what I've done for the last eight years of continued to educate myself on it Educate other people who are willing to To look up in basically that's the first step like When we met outside of good earth it was an opportunity to introduce you to this phenomena called Chem trails. So that's the first thing is Is Awareness. Secondly I guess we can become advocates Otherwise Like this opportunity to use the show to to be able to educate people right and talk about it more. Just keep talking about it and exactly the more people that get aware and start talking about it you know. It's the domino effect. We'll look at GMO foods not to bring in another way Bet. That was also the same thing. It's chemical modification of the foods and as a result of people Paying attention to it and spreading the information explaining to their friends and family. What's going on with this now? We see action being taken by some of the large corporations so it starts with a one person right second third fourth Blah Blah Blah thousands. Later right so thank you for sharing this right Information because now you know I I feel like I need to be somewhat of an activist because it's also wealth. Transformation Martin Wells transformation right and You know it's your health if we don't have your health you don't have wealth right so first of all is our health and Something a dialog needs to happen is to what effect these operations are having on people's health if it's necessary to perform these operations these spray operations for some strategic reason. It's very important to be done then by all means simply notify people in the geographical area where it's happening so that they can take purple hair. I might Dr Blaylock says as Saffron. Dha Safran in particular gets rid of the aluminum in in your system. Oh great so that's one tip that I'll say to you know and I'm going to start doing it because I'm very health conscious and I don't want any extra more than just the aging process. It is you know so And and so on this topic about chemicals. I know that you're involved with The nine eleven. Maybe you can just talk about this very briefly about the effect The nine eleven AFFEC- year involved with. Yeah well this is. This is when I. I had my awakening so to speak this when I woke up and really started to thinking and question The news that was being presented was When nine eleven happened and I became aware of the fact that There was molten steel in the basement of under all three buildings. And you did know that. There were three buildings that collapsed. Not JUST TO I. I know I heard after the fact. Yeah Yeah and so Four STEEL TO MELT. It requires About three thousand degrees Fahrenheit and Jet Fuel is essentially kerosene Which is using kerosene stoves and kerosene lanterns? It's also the same as barbecue lighter. Fluid and so think about three thousand degrees. No no with lighter. Fluid I think about your barbecue lighter fluid and that's certainly not melting the barbecue grill. So it's started me thinking about like what could have happened. That would have caused the steel in the buildings to melt and to create this pool of molten steel was weeks afterwards that it was still molten so it didn't just happen in that day even so that's what launched my curiosity and And basically what material other than just plano jet fuel was in there to create that phenomena. That obviously was manipulated. Yeah well if any firemen will tell you that an accelerate Is needed for something like that to happen and There were many firemen that were interviewed After the event who heard explosions happening Throughout the The whole event. And so it does appear that there were a high probability of Explosions of explosives used in the in the demolition of the of the buildings so obviously they don't want the general public to know that that is an issue The nine eleven commission report Did Not allow the word explosive to be used even though There were me. There's a cover up happening and you know I I mean you know this information you know however we don't have to go too deep into this because I I understand the sensitivity of. Yeah but that's really what what got me thinking. And that was in two thousand one and then it was out in two thousand six that I became aware of the chem trails. Someone a friend of mine told me to look up and told me what I was seeing and and I denied it. I said all that. That can't be true. It's too too far out. And and as time went along the spring has increased over the years. So well I'm I'm glad that you could share and educate me and our viewers On this subject. Because I think it's very serious and otherwise I wouldn't have even thought about having you on the show because it's disaster capitalism and my show is about wealth transformation and this is all part of it. So is there anything else that you would like to share On this subject That that the viewers you know maybe get a better picture of you know why we're talking about me and it's obvious why we're talking about in but is there any anything else you can think of. That would help To understand a little bit better well I guess the the The attitude to have end. It took me a while to get into a questioning mindset because we're really taught not to question okay and so there are a lot of benefits to questioning. Start to understand things in your life takes on a different meaning once you start to To question and Look at things in a in a whole different way and so. I think that that's the message that I would like to convey is. It's okay to question the fact that maybe you didn't study chemistry. is Is Okay Just use your eyes and I I prefer not to get into discussing subjects where I'm relying on what somebody said or heard or wrote. I prefer to talk about what I can see experiential experiential and we all have the opportunities to see and particularly when we look up so I feel it's empowering so look up and wake up right there's one thing. I want to say about the nine eleven that surfaced in the last few days. The there are multiple people Firemen attorneys doctors and Some of the city people in New York have been arrested That were part of the nine eleven That that have actually absconded through the social security system Millions of dollars and they. I don't know how they were caught. I haven't seen the repercussion of the continuing Articles about it but you know that's another Abuse of power of greed. You know these people shouldn't have been there. They've where Full Day falsified. They lied about being disabled. And I mean it's like wake up. You're going to pay your dues when you do that. They don't get it. They don't believe facebook. Was it caught on facebook? Oh I didn't you. Oh you did your homework there. Oh okay well so see you know the you know what goes around comes around and you know there's more than enough for everybody you know and and the greed factor so. I'm glad that you know th. They're getting what they deserved. Just like Bernie Madoff you know. Sorry but you know it's it is what it is but anyway it's really been a pleasure to be here and. I know that we could talk for a lot longer than this because you have a lot. We've already had a discussion about this a couple times. And I know that there's a lot more information in that brain of yours that you could share but thank you so much. Well we covered the main points. And I think it's like I said If people will simply look up when they see Lines in the sky and and start to to tell their friends to tell their family neighbors. What's the what they see and ask just simply ask them? What do you think's going on with this and get a dialogue going None of us are are really experts in it But we're all concerned and we're all here on planet earth together and our health. It might take a few years but you know aging happens fast enough right. So why do we need to push the envelope here and especially when it's being manipulated by some other force right exactly forces and there's a lot philosophy about that? Which at this time we won't go into but Anyway I just want everybody to wake up about being whole unhealthy and using integrity. And there's more than enough a wealth of everything and especially the most important thing is love. That's still the most important thing so but thank you. Thank you so much for being here and come on and and share with your viewers my experiences. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the Information. You've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot transformation a g mail dot com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift. You can get Doctor. Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time feel healthy and happy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life.

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077 Jenn August and Dr. Cheryl

Wealth Transformation Podcast

26:30 min | 2 years ago

077 Jenn August and Dr. Cheryl

"Are you so full of fear. You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you how to shift your mindfulness With your wealth relationship. Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship. No matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes. this really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host. Dr Cheryl Charles Scheider our guest. This evening Jen August. This is a second and segment with John. August and continuing our discussion from part one in August is a certified success coach hypnotherapist and International Speaker. Her her patent hypnotherapy process has gained her recognition as one of the world's leading experts in removing sub-conscious blocks talks to success. Jen went on to study. Graphic design at cal. Poly San Luis Obispo during the summers she. He performed at comedy clubs and with comedy troupes in her hometown of Los Angeles she started writing comedic songs and then began writing more more emotional songs reflective her spirit her focus quickly turn from comedy to songwriting. She earned money by playing music in her a college town and eventually recorded her first album. Call change the world. Jan is the founder of the sound of giving dot org today. She focuses on beyond business for women. The wealthy mind warrior she. Her process here helped and her clients double triple quadruple their income and relieve fear doubt and feelings of unworthiness through her work she she helps her clients either. True sells their true gifts and their true mission so they can begin to live a life of clear purpose and abundance Indi- jen works with multimillion dollar businesses to training companies to help their clients. Get the best results with their training. Systems Jen is the business hypnotherapist and success mindful expert mindset expert and a musical philanthropist. You know and there's masculine and feminine. And all of you know really you know it takes a village internal and external village and I think that that there is there is space for everybody to shine and you know I think that you know. I know that we all have an included passion that we're here unfold. Well that's why I'm doing that interlocks. Absolutely absolutely absolutely because I I want to every every guest that I have on my show I like I love to see them shine absolutely rated. That's what it's all about is sharing is sharing and and then helping people helping people. I'm service assisting in in. Maybe you know who knows who will see something on our show. Now that will say yeah I got it. You know I mean that's what it's about Out It's true because there is this who am I that people who am I to do this. Who Am I to like via coach or a teacher have show? And it's like if you're called to do it. Yeah it's your pass and no it doesn't mean that it's going to be easy but life is not going to be joyful have it however you know easily. I always say you know like for wealth. It comes easily and effortlessly. Yeah and it's our minds that get in the way and also you know. We have to be realistic as far as need want I mean yes once in need you get what you need absolutely you get what you need every day you get what you need and if you don't then then you're looking at it from a wrong perspective mentally emotionally. I know it's all tied in. It's true it's true so tell me more about Your hypnotic NAUTICA experiences. With some of your you know like a client or so that you know given example of you know of a situation relation that you helped a client with with one of their blocks if you give an example. Absolutely there's I had a client who couldn't let herself. She didn't know this but she was also working very hard and allowing money to come in and that's one of the things especially especially with women. I say women have a programming. I call auto give that were programmed to give her energy like so many dinner men so maybe someday someone will love us and and and and so what I work on with a lot with. My women clients is is how to balance that you know giving channel which is huge and how to open up the receiving channels so there's equal energy exchanges in their lives and this particular client. She Oliver Energy was going out and there was like like very little space for anything to come in so we Went into her subconscious mind discovered that as a little girl she won an an art contest and everybody was jealous of her and mad at her and she won money for it and it was this big deal and she'd lost a a lot of friends so the imprint was. When I'm successful I hurt people and I will lose friends so in her world and we don't know it's operating but there's part of her saying if you WanNa have relationships you better not win and you better not be successful? That's why it's so important to pay attention. What goes on on in your own mind? What what that that I call it a film strip film strip in your mind? That's why I was like in my my book on on the Third Chapter. You stop that. Yes Film Strip to that one frames right. And that's when you can really take a look and listen. I use it as a listening mantra but when you can stop them yeah then you can really look at it and say Oh my God I mean I for my from I slowly become awake lesson for money. I know that part of my. I've talked about this before with you but when I was thirteen fourteen thirteen fourteen. My father was laid off Boeing. He was an engineer with Boeing. And I'll never forget that day. I came home and I was. I was very close to my dad. I came home and he was there at the dinner table or if the breakfast dinner table in the afternoon. It's like what do you do at home. Oh you're never home. You're always working not always but you know so from that day forward I know that's what stopped me with my money thing. Yeah you know my success with my own money because I internalize that yes. I've done work of dental work because I was so close to him that I took it on. It's like Oh wow my dad just lost his job and I mean I take a lot more responsibilities at fourteen thirteen fourteen which didn't hurt me. But you know the reasoning winning but I know I'm not GonNa take that on and he my father wouldn't want me to take xactly so it's like we have to free ourselves from those blocks. It's it's a tribal thing we we don't want outshine our tribe and for this particular client like she. She saw that she lost tribe because of money because of winning and getting this cash reward that was still affecting her in her forties. So we were able to clear the belief and and it's there's parts of us that are frozen in time so she had a little girl part frozen in time. That was making sure that she didn't make a certain amount of money because she didn't want to lose anybody so story able to bring that that inner child partner present. We have several parts frozen through time but when our long lost part that's trapped and looping being back that's why it feels so irrational when we look back to things like I'm eating bon-bons on the couch I said I was GONNA make my follow up calls you know and when we brought that partner present time and whenever if I do this one anybody those little parts of ourselves that meet our present time sell for like Oh my God. She's cool she so awesome and they suddenly feel safe and usually they either want to be a part of the business and do something fun and and are they just WanNa play and be joyful and when we have a part of US playing in being joyful instead of hiding and protecting us we're suddenly more magnetic to our ideal clients so we're able to bring that energy in the present time so in the show her subconscious mind that it's safe for her to make money in the people that are good friends and people that really care about her. Want her to succeed and she was able to allow money in so her giving channel which is huge and her receiving channels started matching so she wasn't burnt out. And don't you think that the really and I'm speaking from my own. Transformation share is that we have to discipline our mind to totally you know whenever that negative stuff comes up for that self doubt stuff you gotTa Stop Stop Up and replace it with something positive but we have to do it. You know we're stubborn. We are stubborn. In fact my third books about being stubborn because it's like it gets in our way you know it's like that's the unconscious that that's the negative unconscious not working in our behalf. That's right you know. So it's it's like we have to use discipline we need to use discipline and try and keep saying the positive reinforcing right amount. I say write things out because it gets in your body yes it not only in your mind your heart your body so writing things. journaling is extremely important it is it is it is being you know choosing what comes on your rental playground and not just letting any any thought come and beat you up for hours. You know have to be diligent and you have to be like. This is my sovereign nation of peaceful. Awful mind yes and you cannot beat me up. Just because you're coming from my internal speakers I now know and this is the compassion piece that you're not me because my spirit it who I am would never say that to me now ever yeah. Do you think this is a conversation that I thought about and I I haven't really expressed it. Do you think some people are lazy about that about changing their minds. Yes well I think there are people who know that they need to change it and they're too scared to take the steps all here. It always this comes to fear and I think that I know for myself before I actually discovered the subconscious mind work. I did spend all of my time after meeting. And and not that. That's not good and powerful. But when I actually went to get into the subconscious mind and got rid of that file What and I discovered from my work with people in from the work that I had done with this hypnotherapist is at one? We remove the programming. We're not putting something back in it to replace it because we're freeing that natural abundance energy that we have a Clo- yeah I'm like everybody has an incredible inheritance of gifts and love and and we all have so much available to us and the only thing that stops us is us. Is the unconscious Mar sub-conscious our our beliefs. That we don't deserve it and you know I was raised religiously at all. We had the Christmas tree passionately. Monica Minora and we just had enough of that stuff and so I wasn't in touch with a lot of of religious teachings but there's one quote that I love that so you know that Jesus said it's done unto us as we believe and we believe me because I said this is what you can have. This is what you can have. This is what you can earn limitations that we get put on in school and Church in the government. The trae if you have an ache to do something beyond your tribe you are really tribal leader. And you're not. They're not always going to be so excited that you want to do it. But that's okay 'cause you surround yourself with people while you attract people who support report and I say you just pre forgive them yeah. Forgiveness is a huge no that they might not ever get your path. Well in forgive of yourself forgive yourself absolutely I mean that's that's a key. We just did forgiveness thing at Dominican College football Sunday or so ago and it was wonderful. Wonderful important yeah. I mean forgive us a key to everything You know one thing that I really. I've studied Warren Warren Buffett. Because he's one of the wealthiest men and you know the first thing he says the two most important ingredients is unconditional aloe and having unconditional loving people around you and no doubt no doubt no doubt. Now I'm I'm sure that you know his life hasn't been perfect like no one's no one's is perfect But I I always like hold onto those two do things because it's you know where the no doubt comes in is retraining the unconscious that's right and and changing those thoughts. Ah You know those I call it the race consciousness when it starts going and it's like you're GonNa stop that and you got to say no and it has has to be positive to yourself so whether that no doubt comes in. Is the mental chatter. That goes on in your head absolutely and absolutely changing it sometimes In the moment sometimes in several moments and sometimes hours you know when you get stuck. Yeah it's like you gotta get unstuck. That's right it's like working out. Yeah it is. Well that's keep pumping you keep going death. Those are not the thoughts that nurture me. It's like I don't even care where they came came from. That is yeah this is my spirit would never say that University of Denver say that and and often I will tell people sometimes when we have this really negative thought. It were to part of us. That doesn't doesn't want to get hurt too. Sometimes just face it and ask it. What do you need to feel seen loved? It hurt often. Just that part will will relax and just wanted to be heard and sometimes we'll just be quiet and go aware feels spiel supported but there but really the that space piece of I am A. I'm allowing myself to there's this great country scientists think it's it's the line is wide open spaces room to make a big mistake mistake like in some of the best and most don't even use mistake. You believe mistakes. I don't believe that concept of like I'm giving myself lots of room to learn and the row rows there really is. There is no mistakes no yes yes true. But it's that it's that you know that kind of school programming where you get an area an effort instead of congratulations. All of your experiences says or gifts and it's your job to see what the gift is. And that doesn't mean you you don't get to in that template I was sharing you get to have a little tantrum or you know like do a like a a poor me dance limited and then get to the gift speaking of fs when I was a senior in high school. I actually got Athens speech. Look what happened and the teacher. I didn't like her and she didn't like my brother and she put us together. She was she should have retired like five years before for that. So like my friends assure. Look at your report card you can help and I thought Oh God my parents are GonNa kill me you know so. Of course we went went home anyway. I made it up. She gave me a B.. She couldn't give me a but she gave me and be like that. If you know you know I'm glad it did I do I had to do it. I didn't have any choice. I didn't want to let my parents down at the time. And and because I I wasn't aware enough to not let myself down right but obviously there is apportioned in there. That said I gotTa do it no matter what I gotTa do right anyway in a part of your path obviously is speaking. Because here we are. That's that's parts of journeys trusting thing that our path is little pearls being strung absolutely and trusting that it will all unfold and speaking of pearls. I love this because I love using seeing this as a metaphor. As you know the oyster is in this show you know and the sand goes in rubs and rubs and rubs robes and ribs and then not always tres but some oysters. They have this beautiful pearl so to me. That's a wonderful metaphor for us as human being is true. It's so true and then there's the diamond in the rough. There can be up so anyway. That's I agree Korea. That's all good and you know your information's been great. So are there any other stories that you want to share. I would love to share so I I had we. We all get such intense programming around being worthy of money being worthy of love love and being worthy of success. So I had a client that came to me that was totally blocked. All departments hadn't had a relationship in a long time mm felt totally unattractive and unworthy started a business but it failed and just basically had she. Her whole system was in total belief of her negative programming and through through our one on one work together and listening to hip. No audios the whole system. That I I. I put her through helped her. It was like she was saying that there was a ten ton elephants sitting there and and when that ten ton elephants sitting on her was gone which was all the program here all the beliefs. It was what mom thought of her and dad thought of her and everybody else and not one of those. There's people in her life had it right so it was like the work that we did was having her be a self validating unit so she's could know that in her culture her own here she was made right. She was made bright her beliefs. Were right on and to only accept into her experienced the things that were really resonant with her path and what happened was she started trusting herself. She started listening to see. I can relate to this. She started getting blind downloads of what to do next. She met the love of her life. She found her path her work so she started making money then she got married and it was like her life was nothing nothing like she was program to live. Yeah she got her life back because it was hurt so most of them never left just to be the peer-to-peer appear had to come that they're it's like I love to tell people there is nothing wrong with you. You were made perfectly for your work and your mission and all I'm doing is helping people clear off. What is not truly them and connect what they want to do with their abundance to the pictures the concepts and the ideas he is that will move them into action in motion and results? Because everybody I'm blessed to work with they WANNA make the world a better place so it's not just it's not south off totally selfish. I mean we have to be selfish to a degree. Yeah Yeah that's just you have to for self-preservation but yeah yeah I call it. I have a term that I made up called self central because when we give to ourselves then we can get from the overflow motto. Give you learn. Ah being a parent. I mean I thank my daughter because she has helped me many times over and just recently Because she's very well she's still young and she's learning and she's very self absorbed but she has learned. She has helped helped me learn. Boundaries you know. So I'm I'm grateful. I'm grateful for her because I I've learned my boundaries. Yeah I love and I'm still learning. Yeah we're always learning learning but I love that that I remember going to this beautiful church where they had all the kids walk up into the front and said you know we bless you tiny masters that are teaching us and that concept of really tiny mass. Yeah seeing you know the kids you know as teaching us as well because they are they they are independent spirits that have a pass and they used to teach guitar and songwriting. And this Kid's taught me so much well does other songs songs. Yeah and stay open with your heart and your mind like they are because that's what children do and then we get programmed absolutely so so this is I mean this subject is so huge so it is so i WanNa say masterful you know to everyone on this planet and You know all we can do is is lead by example. Yeah that's my that's my Komo is leading by example. Yeah you know. And if I don't then I want to be I'm on. It usually comes right back to me. That's true. So you know in that. Ah to me unconditional. Love is a key to me. That's like the root it really is. It's the root of happiness and success. And when you have that unconsciously a lot hauer full yeah yeah so such a great it to be yeah and daily practice it is. It's a moment to moment practice. True you know. Depending on the circumstances the challenges that you have in your life if depends absolutely on the circumstance sunny. I mean like this whole process of being involved with Marin TV. Dan Doing these shows and all the wonderful people that I am. Thank you crew. You're wonderful bless you. You know. It's like this it it makes it all to me. It's it's more than worth it absolutely absolutely I mean because in this concerto thousands and hopefully millions of people and I think that's the thing that we ache to do in service That we need to be central and own like I deserve and need to and it's my path to unfold this because it does touch so many lives. Yes you know and sometimes we might not know why I had a lot of people as building businesses. Be Like who are you to do this. And and I'm like I'm just being called. I don't know what I have no idea. But I'm following the thread and I one of my favorite prayers. Even in my darkest times was always bless lasts me into service. I don't know but I know I'm here to serve in. Just I'll do whatever it takes just just really wanting to put my talents to that us. And I'm so grateful that have been able to and continue to and I'm constantly downloading new things for my clients and for you know I do a lot of philanthropy. It's just it's such a gift and everybody. Has Everybody deserves that absolutely and you know everything has its time. It's true right. We were talking about surrender and patients and trash. -tations stations patients interest you. I've a big sign nine on my desk. Trust Yeah Yeah I always say to my clients. Celebrate the molecules just every little yes because because it is all a gift it is all a gift and we're so lucky to be living in the time that we're living I know and this is probably a wonderful place to close Even though our time come up so fast but Jan I so appreciate you and what you have shared and I. I can't wait to get this out there and Because this is very valuable very valuable and thank you so much. Thank you for all you do and bless you thank you yeah. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our guest to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for. Being a part of our podcast asked when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influence your life. By emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight one as a gift. You can get doctor Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time. Feel healthy and happy in your wealth. No matter where you are in your life aw.

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179 -  Dr. Linda Berry, DC & Dr. Cheryl

Wealth Transformation Podcast

27:36 min | 1 year ago

179 - Dr. Linda Berry, DC & Dr. Cheryl

"Are you so full of fear? You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast welcome to your prescription for wealth. And I'm Dr Cheryl and we have a very special guest actually returning because she was on my mind. Television show with wake-up Darker Cheryl Linda Dr Linda. Berry she is she has been a chiropractor Dr for thirty eight years and she empowers her patients and her readers and earth students listeners and on and on she has survived some serious trauma herself. So she's been through it. She knows how to get through with welcome Linda. Busa Nice to be here. Good yes yes. This is good because timing Is Great for sharing. You know we are in a a total unprecedented time in our lives. That lay ups. My Evaluation Phillips. I don't think we've ever gone through this. Stay at home you know the Covid nineteen etcetera etcetera. So what you know in your experience a wonderful experience. Since you've been through so much yourself you know share what is you know? How can we help people get through this a little bit easier? You know whatever lemon you now want to discuss route. There's lots of levels that people can address. People can embrace in order to get through the crisis. One thing is certainly to be kind to yourself into arbiters express compassion that always creates a bass of positive hormones and nervous system charges in our body when we're in practicing virtue energy relative to our immune system you know this is just another virus and the viruses come and they come in they come in they come and they change all the time so this idea that there could be a virus vaccine is going to protect us against this is really silly. There's two things to consider. One is called host resistance and the other is called pathogens virulence. So what that means is. How strong are you verses? How bad is the club? And what makes sense is to look at yourself and what you can do to improve your own health and wellbeing so that you have resistance and resilience against whatever comes your way. There are many ways to do that. One is with nutritional supplementation. I've been listening to recognize vice steamed. Doctors look deeply into the research. That's available to us and there's quite a lot of things you can do. What you want to try to do is eliminate the pathogens. So of course. You're doing that by washing your hands frequently and by avoiding touching your face. This is a droplet spray. The causes us to get infected. But the droplet comes into our knows if we breathe it in or if it happens to get on our hands and we touch our face but it also has to penetrate into our body so besides eliminating it coming into your body by washing your hands in keeping your your your hands away from your face you can also use nutrients that help to prevent it from getting in zinc is very important supplement that creates a barrier. It prevents the virus being able to absorb to yourselves and something like forty. Percents of Americans are deficient in zinc. You you'll sorry. I just read to that. Vitamin D is. That was another one that I was going to talk about young item in D. Vitamin C. Helps your immune system helps you to fight infection. Help to fight information which is what happens inside your body when the virus gets in air selenium is another barrier against the absorption the virus into your body and interesting liquorice It's called Glycerin. Iza comes from liquorice. That portion of it is very helpful. Ed's according immune system to defend ourselves against the bug in also vitamin A vitamin A vitamin Z's inc. Make sure you're getting a real coffers through the vitamin A. Works Glycerin is a and also in a CDL SYSTEM. Where the six Things that Biden see are the six things that this doctor. Alex Vazquez talks about in his Webinars regarding the most important nutrients you can take to protect yourself. Vitamin A. OF COURSE is very important and vegans. Don't get that in their diet. You need to take it from cod liver oil or else vitamin A supplement. In order to get into your body that helps fight infections just critically important. Well my goodness I mean. I look at the statistics. Maybe every wants to at least once a week. I used to do it more often. You know with the people that have an infected in of actually died and you know there's I think a lot of Information out there but just where we live. There's only been thirteen deaths. And is that really qualified as in nineteen a you know? I mean there's I've also pandemic right hardly I mean you know but anyway You know it's it's so important to keep in touch with your friends talking. You know since we're so isolated happen to go to an office every day so almost every day and I don't have to but I choose to You know it's important to keep that socialization going just movement. You're just getting out and taking driving your car. If you're one of these high risk people in you're just going crazy getting cabin fever. Get out down your safe car. Go to a gas station. Where your mask? Pompa get enough to gas cheapen up now. My goodness for Dr. We'll get some beautiful scenery. Listen to some music on the Radio. Or listen to podcasts. Astor some COMMU nature. Yeah exactly exactly then. If you can get out and walk you know where your masks keep a safe distance and wash your hands when you get home around nature. There are ions that are very beneficial to our health. That and when you're not near somebody take the mask off. You can breathe in those ions if you've got a mask on your face in your nature. You're using a lot that I really have a hard time wearing those mouse. Because I feel claustrophobic I did when I go into stores or whatever been now it's like can't wait to get it off. I know it's necessary for the public. I I'm not in fear of getting the virus because I do have a strong system and I continue to nurture that Fart but you never know you know I mean so So what else are you up to? I mean I'm sure that this says this pandemic has impacted your practice sure. I'm an essential healthcare providers. So I have been seeing a few Asians Asians who choosing to come in but a number of patients. You're choosing not to come in. I'm in downtown San Rafael but I used to have an office in Albany and some of my patients following me over here but a few of them have patients in their partners. Their wife wives are in high risk categories. So they've chosen not to come and see me because they don't want to quit their partners at risk but I've been Pretending view meeting say his son party networking groups. And doing that. But also I've been on creating a newsletter. Been WRITING NEWSLETTERS. Giving information about added deal with the crisis. Stay healthy in sending those out and a woman named Phil Movie. Who's the host of the KPFA show? Women's magazine asked me to be on her show. So I talked about the mental health aspects of Kobe. Nineteen what people could do. They were callers called in. That's actually I have a Kogan page on my website. That people can go to. They'll be able to hear that interview from those resources. And maybe the things that I was able to tell the callers who called in would help you or your loved ones and then later today. I'm going beyond his zoom meeting called Perry's planet and I'm going to be talking about trauma healing how to transform trauma into fuel to power your life and maybe your dreams and then of course. I'm on this podcast with years. I'm very grateful that my years of due diligence and finding out how to heal myself as well of others is an off and being able to be shared of freely during this time of crisis. Young blessing for you know. I guess there's a lot of people that are really clueless except that you know you can't help but be influenced because it's it's such a huge social impact you know with what's going on you know how can you not know but still you know it. It's it's I guess some people don't want to believe it. You know a it some. Hopefully you know it'll be under control soon. As other people other people are really taking on the burden part of an integrated medical clinic in Sausalito. You know and one of the patients is terribly depressed. He said fifteen of his friends. You know he's in the. It WORLD IF TEEN HIS FRIENDS. Their businesses just folded because they couldn't work anymore and he was asking them medical doctor per an anti depressant. It's it's sad when you take it onto that Love was well you? It's always compassion but to take another people suffering to your detriment playing pat if following on that level. It's kind of in in my impression. A It's a it's a catch twenty two because there's GonNa be a lot of people that will be out of work a lot. I mean there is a lot of people. What thirty million have filed for unemployment? And that's that's also self employed people and it's also an opportunity in the time that you have that you would normally be working that you can create something new you know. I mean get get innovative. You know I mean that's the other side of it but this is impacted everybody on some level except for the rest of their making tons of money because of this well. It's impacting them at our expense Yeah well I won't touch that subject not going to take that away from your your time here because you know but you know so you know mentally. How'd you emotionally? How do you stay balanced that you're a carpenter bit mute? You deal with emotions like you said your client. Depression will exercise is one of the best things it's actually as good as the best Depressive medications maybe even better because when you exercise doesn't drive you. The suicide were killing people with automatic. Rifles like antidepressants and exercise is extremely important. I encourage people to exercise thirty minutes a day. At least and Getting out in nature is very important laughing having fun watching funny movies listening to funny podcasts. Listening to comedy shows I think is really important but there's also a on my website. There's there's a website that I create a called smile into distress dot com and people can go there to learn in exercise. It's a if you request the MP three audio all you'll be guided through a fifteen minute meditation. That helps you to look kate stress taken out of your body and feel your body was smiling loving healing energy wonderful. It's also teaches you to combine with the Earth's power in our nature. Power combining that with your smile with the love in your heart to nourish your body into bring you back to a state of stability and balance. Mile INTO DISTRESS DOT COM. Yeah I saw that on your paperwork and I I'm GONNA check it out because it sounds wonderful in one thousand more people accessible to it absolutely yet simple. It's it doesn't cost you anything. It's just you don't have to be created you just have to be receptive. You said the listen and if any of you have ever heard of The neurophysiologist Rick Hansen is famous in. He was a big endorser that a smile into distress. He actually sent out to his email list. In two hundred people signed up to receive e finally valuable as well as I do. Yeah let's who their other physical things you can do to support your immune system on your misc- land sits behind your breasts phone. And if you tap it in three four rhythm Michael Waltz rhythm while you're smiling into your fineness that can help to activate it as we get older. Our thymus gland tends to shrink so tapping on your side. Miss telling it to wake up and you're sending its energy and that helps to protect you against any kind of dog. The might be breathed in and also humming. I listened to a Web Webinar with Dr Dietrich Klinghoffer part of our famous functional medicine doctors up in the Seattle Washington area and he talked about research which I looked up in two thousand and eight. There was an article talked about the benefits of humming humming. You're actually going breathing. The sinuses and that vibration of sinuses actually helps to create a film. It prevents the virus from again absorbing into your body. It's thumping your thymus and humming. Can Be too simple physical. Things people can do if they don't like to take supplements to improve their health and wellbeing in humming also is good for your heart Hoon and in the Taoist system is actually six healing. Sounds system that I teach people to do. There's a different vibe ration- associated with your different Oregon's so I'm making though sounds is also a way to create more power and strength and resilience in your body your organs. Well this has been great information and you're also an author kit. Do want to tell us about your books. Sure my book internal cleansing. It's a classic it's been around for a long time but it's still liable information. Its current today in the book. The first part of it describes how he get in trouble. The man made chemicals that are produced in our environment thousand new ones every year. That are has no idea what to do. And then combining them together. You know. It's amazing we can get out of it. Plus all of the high power lines and cell towers and the microwave. Slow Taylor I now in the camp trail joke talks about that. How we get in trouble. And then there's self-testing questionnaires in books. You can answer these questionnaires and find out if you would be a candidate for cleansing if it would help you and then after that. There's three different cleansing programs that are recommended when we just foods the other with Herbs and fiber program and then the other one is with mad foods different nutritional supplements that help the detoxify the body and for those of you who liked to prepare food. There's even recipes in near her antioxidant soon. Immune Muffins things like that. And there's a resource section. Which tells you where to find all the things that I recommended the books over hundred ages. It's not like a novel where you start at one place and you can't put it down but you can use a reference guide. Keep going back to the book over and over again to find the information that you need. Oh well that sounds great. It's available as an e book and there's also some Hardcopy still random house's the major distributor of it you can find it on Amazon. Of course yeah well before. We close or the anymore words of wisdom to help our listeners. You know in this time in this very nervous unknown Stressful temps depressing time However you know that people are doing it again on my website. That's just Dr Linda. Very Dot Com D. R. for Dr Linda. Land a Berry E R Y DOT COM. You can find under the resource section of nine video. Call the five old path to bliss so one night when I was sitting by my bed. Stand in the popular thing to say is I got download it. But during his fivefold Hattie went to eliminate what's irritating years so maybe there's a closet in your house that just been bugging you. Now you've got the time to clean it up. Maybe you got a stressful relationship. And you can't get away from them because now you're sheltering in place so that the serenity prayer right give me the wisdom's to accept the things. I cannot change courage to change the things like the difference right realize that we can't change others. We have to change ourselves so eliminate what's irritating. You Nourish yourself not only a good healthy foods when you're eating sugar. Which is of course temptation during this time. That makes you more vulnerable to bugs so fight that urge at eagle vegetables in good protein. Lynn but also nourish yourself with happy. Thoughts with using your senses will give yourself a sensual nourishment. Take a bath. Instant beautiful smile. Are you know that sort of thing? Essential oils nourish yourself on all levels and then you want to choose us except yourself so you have to accept your body. Maybe there's a part of your body that you don't like you're never going to be healthy in your body if you can't accept with it so accept yourself love yourself for that then. Number four is to use your natural resources and those are your smile. You'RE SMILING. You're smiling creates happy hormones and then your heart feel love in your heart gratitude. Find out what your great of and then also your sexual energy. Use Your sexual resources. Macy's is it time for you to explore how to pleasure yourself that way in raise that sexual orgasmic energy into your body for healing strengthening and then the fifth one is to love your neighbor but also love yourself you know. We tend to have a lot of negative self talk and come down ourselves. So maybe that's the most important more this yourself you know. I think eliminating it's irritating. You is right up there. S You know I. I have found myself listening to a lot more music and I'm on it because to me it's like the vibration is like your blood flow in your body. That's how I assimilate music in the beautiful music that different types of music and you know watching funny movies exactly now in Looking for funny things you know to make fun and like you said laughing and You know we just have to keep. I noticed just the other day and I've never done this before and I'm a I'm not barest. Just Kinda Kinda shy and sharing this but the other day you know and I've always gone back and I don't do it consistently you know. I love myself the way I am and I love myself the way I am not talking about my body. My Body my physical but I noticed it was like Last week I started saying I love myself. I love myself because I needed to reinforce that so I wouldn't think negative you know I mean it's like brainwashing but you know repetition that's very important Are Out for their yet. Will minded it to so-and-so show the video but Linda thank you so much for sharing you bad you know your wisdom year. Caring loving doctoring and You know this'll be great to get it out soon next. Thank you for sharing in anybody. Who wants to contact me? There's ways to do that to the website I offer complimentary consultation for fifteen minutes. Kenny burning questions need support? Just go to my website. Dr Linda Buried Dot Com. Reach out. I'm here for you. Sweet Sweet Immense with this going out on the podcast zone there's also show meltzer. We'll have all that information. Say Forget Okay News I to Yup thank you to you Tortilla. Soon Linda et. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you learned with our guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life. 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133- Dr. Neil Kobrin, PhD and Dr. Cheryl

Wealth Transformation Podcast

26:56 min | 1 year ago

133- Dr. Neil Kobrin, PhD and Dr. Cheryl

"Are you so full of fear? You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host. Dr Cheryl Shire our special guests. This evening is Dr Neil Coburn Doctor Neo Coburn. Phd's licensed clinical psychologist from UC Berkeley and his L. C. S. W. and M. F. T. with decades of experience in human transformation and emotional wellbeing. He is the author of the book emotional wellbeing embracing the gift of life and is the is the founder and president of the Academy of Mindful Psychology. He is an international workshop leader and in Mindfulness and emotional health shortly thereafter. He assumed the role of president and CEO of California Graduate School of Psychology. Dr Coburn Revolt and rejuvenated. The institution eventually merged the School of American schools of psychology and national set of graduate schools of psychology. Dr Coburn actively continues to augment his knowledge of mindfulness and Buddhist psychology in addition to attending dozens of trainings throughout the US led by foremost leaders in the subject area. He is a member of the spirit. Rock Meditation Centers saying Haw and continues to steady with world renowned teachers such as Jack Cornfield and other teachers counsel as well as distinguished visiting teachers. He has trained and facilitated workshops with Zen Master Gimpo Rosie training facilitators from all over the world in the big mind process. Dr Coburn plays an active role in the Academy of Mindful Psychology and Organization designed to provide education and training in mindfulness and psychology. He maintains a private clinical practice. In Marin California. This is the second segment of our two part discussion with. Neil Coburn any you know that's being in nature smelling flower you committing yourself from on a daily basis to be as fully present as possible waking up in the morning saying. I am better pay attention today. I'm GonNa pay attention to myself. I'M GONNA pay attention to my body. I'm going to pay attention to the world in a way where I can focus because this whole thing about multitask doesn't work. We all do it but it's just not as effective as if we really pay. Attention is focused. I mean that's just like you know focusing on on the show you know that's all I focused on. I'm always getting new guests and I'm researching and I'm reading and and more it's going I mean that's because I know that's what my passion and my purposes I when I start looking outside and it's like it's not working now get back on focus get back on focus and if if people can it takes discipline takes tremendous and people are. This is what. I've tried teaching my child. I have one daughter self-disciplined because that's what it takes US discipline. Maybe that's I wish. I often thought we should come up with a better word than discipline. Discipline seem so negative. Because you know you're you'RE GONNA get in trouble for has announced disciplined how commitment. Well it is a commitment. It's a commitment to being healthy. All what you talk about healthy. So unmindful psychology. We also introduced health and wellness. Oh my goodness I mean it is first of all I mean. Not The bore your viewers. You know we're we're one of. It's not the fattest country in the world. Especially in the silent diabetes to is an epidemic. And it's very indulgence. Because diabetes diction diabetes to is linked very very positively with Alzheimer's Alzheimer's. Become an absolute about you and I was a kid. I actually didn't know a single. I grew up in a neighborhood in Queens Middle Village. I love Middle Village where there were octogenarians all over the place. I didn't know a single eight year old that had dementia. Now you show me a family that has not been touched by Alzheimer's dementia. My grandmother had I know Alzheimer's I mean no dementia. It wasn't quite you know but I think it was because she lost her husband. She wasn't rooting depression. You know there was a lot. She used to walk. She's eight right but you know she wasn't well but it's funny. She ate rights. So part of this. Mindful psychology is health and wellness. Now it's learning really what we need to be eating. But it's not just eating and it's not just exercising sleeping. Oh my goodness. That's a big one league one. We need to sleep. I mean we have. Our country doesn't sleep. Yeah it's crazy. It's neurotic absolutely Roddick. You know what happens when we sleep? Yeah how about something called Mile? A Nation Mile Nation simply means that the way our system is built to transmit information is through these lines that mylan carries the information the electrical and chemical impulses that goes from one spot to the other spot in your brain throughout your system. Myla NATION TAKES PLACE DURING SLEEP. Lack of mile a nation slows everything down. We have learning deficits we have cognitive deficits not to mention. How does it affect us? Emotional exactly physically. I mean all of it. That's why I love when I I've focused on sleeping when I have wonderful dreams and I can wake up and I can ride him down I. That's what I do. I use my dreams as messages. How interesting that when we have a two year. Old who accessed? What are we saying? I never snapped today. Thank the we say with a forty year old. Never what changed nothing because we also have that little child inside still need seven or eight hours worth sleep? I remember ice from bill on five and a half. I was like this is crazy when I got finally got educated myself enough so I seven between seven and eight for sure and when I can get eight. Wow what about the hydration? Oh my gosh yeah we. Oh cheers cheers and more general rule. Drink half your body weight in ounces of water a day so what? I've tried to do with mindful. Psychology is really integrate all of these areas high traditional psychology in eastern psychology mindfulness neuroscience health and wellness and of course consciousness and spirituality. You know I love to say it. I'm not the originator of this. We are not human beings having a spiritual experience we are spiritual beings have a human experience so impact the way you live this precious life of ours this miracle I know and it is a miracle and I have to say that from my whole being because I was an rh baby. So as soon as I do you know what you tell me And they cha- they have an anti serum of the year. I was born which is thank God. But when your father's positive positive and your mother's negative our age factor after the second baby. I'm the third. The blood is soon as the courts. Cut The blood goes bad so I'm basically was dying. My blood was dying when they took her away from me so I had to have a blood transfusion so I guess. Maybe that's why I can do what I do and I've been through so many challenges because I I've already gone through that I on her life and and human beings you know because it's I've already been through that death experience even though even at birth. I mean it's taken me years to get to really fully integrated and understand that fee. It's so interesting Cheryl to me. It's very similar and that is I shouldn't even be here. I don't know how it was that I was born my story also the youngest third and I have two siblings eight and ten years older than I am both of which were handicapped so my sister was severely. Handicapped your cerebral palsy. And what's interesting about the story? Is that my parents. Although she was born premature lead I dunno three and a half pounds. Think about this. She's seventy years old now too long time ago. They didn't know that she had cerebral palsy. Until my mother was pregnant with my brother. Wow right so my brothers porn two years apart and just as my sister who's turning four years old is about to undergo a series of operations. That's GONNA last ten years to see if she can walk. My brother contracts polio wound. My mother tells the story of walking into the bedroom watching their son dragging her by his body across the floor and having no idea what's going call the doctrine those days they came to the house he told my mother Millie. Sorry to tell you this. But he's got polio. So now my parents have a crippled cerebral palsy. Child in a crippled polio. Child so what I say is how was I ever born and I mean that and I asked Videotapes I was not an accident. My mother had the fortitude and persistence. Bring me here and you know just is what you've said about your birth. That's guided me on. I just I never take that for granted and I feel obligation. I feel a commitment to give to. Well I feel the same way because I need to Actually it gets me emotional. Because it's like I need to be to give and help people get to that spot there that miracle spot that we all have inside of me emotion to sit here and cry because my two precious you know and we all have our gift to give we forget we forget. Yeah that's why you gotta you gotta close out all their garbage in when I say we forget. Look I don't care what orientation you are the more athletic but it doesn't matter to me but this idea of awakening it's because we forget we forget what a miracle is the more we can embrace it. That's why we have to keep being reminded on my show. I always say the beginning in my end because we have to be reminded because we're stubborn human beings fact. That's my next book started. What are you going to call it? The stubborn human being no love it. So I'm trying to get more educated than you the neuroscience. I'll tell you with stubborn but the reality is with fear based stubbornness yeah. I mean. It's interesting. I've been a psychologist for a long time. I have a private practice. I've worked with lots of people. I first of all believe with tribal in nature. You know I've often said I'll ask you. So what's the difference between a lion and a tiger? I love asking people. This question right on the spot strides. That's what everybody says. Yeah but a lion and entire. They're they're actually different. A little bit different temperaments. They're completely different. Yes and they they don't they don't breathe the same way as well. I mean it depends on educated. You are about about each animal. Hikers are solitary beings was that mean they live alone a male tiger if he encounters a male offspring talking about his red. He'll kill him. Yeah lions very social. They live in prides. They have a very sophisticated social network. So when people ask me they say you know. What's the problem? I was too many people out there in the world. Living Tiger live that meant to be living must not forget the elephant. Because I just you know we have Martin Perl. Matter is on in in our Sam Sam base here and he is pro elephants and there was a wonderful on. This is why love facebook. Because I've seen more wonderful videos with animals with people and humor and everything and there was one and it just made me cry actually because there was an older elephant and the mother had died and this other elephant came and they they were both crying and they see you could see and it was like wow I mean this is what that's the humanity that story and the militate. Whatever you WANNA call it. That is the humanity. The Story of the elephant group that came in traveled a thousand miles because the person who founded the reservation that they were living on died and they knew it and they can talk for miles mind. What Avid Chapter in this book? By the way call the Dumbo fact. Talk about elephants right. Now there's a story for you sure you WanNa talk about something interesting. You know Dumbo. This beloved I loved it one of my all time favorite. Disney classics Dumbo. But if you look at what? Dumbo is about few look at the humiliation. If you look at the racism by the way you know and the discrimination I won't go through the whole story but I love read it anyway. Let's see it's great shop? Dumbo effects you talk about elephants. So yeah so. In mindful psychology. We try to incorporate all of that. We try to incorporate spirituality in graduate school. I was told the two things. You can't talk about talk about politics. Don't talk about religion. Give me a break. You know worry. Tally is not reliable. That's spirituality is not religion. How could you not really explore? What a person's orientation to spirituality is about it doesn't matter feud NAS TAPER ATHEIST. It's a relevant relevant. Is that the nature of the relationship that somebody maintains with that and that higher frequency that is beyond the physical being. Let's let's talk about conscious that come from exactly I can't Elaine. Nobody knows where it comes from. But I stayed still comes from the yourself. The Higher Beam God's universe with whatever you WANNA call it. I like to think about it as if we're one large human and tenor ten. That's right wages. Paulin in that consciousness. No different than your TV set is pulling those images. Everyone of US. Open to what we are to be open to out. That's right too and there again. That's where that gift comes through to us. When you're open to that spiritual being that you are and that I am and my crew. My Wonderful Dream Team are the we all have that. Every one of us has a miracle I like when you talk about openness because I like to think about it look either. GonNa live in love. Or you're GONNA LIVE IN FEAR. Either you're gonNA live in an expensive environment emotionally or you can live in a contracting environment emotionally and you can change your life. You know thinking about one of these guys. Absolute one thought can change. You can walk around right after this interview right after you watch this and you can say to yourself with this contracting experience. I had was this an expansive experience. Just and of course expansive means that involves love and connection and positively contraction is about anger. Fear you can feel it can feel simply. Hold your fist like this and yell. No it see how it feels. Yeah and I you know when opening I got involved. Twenty five plus years ago With a church I won't name it but You know and the mindfulness that I got. That's when I learned. I remember walking through my house and I was started. Say think a negative thought and I screamed out stop because I stopped myself right then I that was became. My habitual thing is because you've you. It takes the mental awareness and discipline commitment as you say to change that and you can. Anybody can do it. Anybody everybody can do it. I talk about stopping the book. F Stop T- take a breath. Oh just observe. What's going on and then P. PROCEED. We have to get out of automatic pilot. We can't simply be reactive being step back. Take a breath before you react as the change your perspective about what's happening and also we know with fear. Milly my experiences. The only way you know be aware of the fair but you gotta walk through. You've gotta you're mentally need to walk through it and then you can go and I know for me. It's been this is why I'm doing what I'm doing with money I've had issues and yet I walked through and I had four levels of fear that I had to get through to get where I'm going and I got it so you know. Thank you higher power. Thank you God. Whatever you know but I did it you know. The first chapter of the book talks about what I call the catch and I would just like to spend a minute because it's exactly what you're talking about so it's interesting this miracle we have right so you look in the in the Bible you look genesis you know and you know God created humankind on the six day and said you know you're the best I have. You are the greatest creation. Go out have dominion over all the fish in the entire planet. You know have a great time but there's a catch. You don't really read this in the Bible and the catch. It can end at any moment any given away about that. Have a great time anyhow. And that's what we live with. We live with this tepe seated. Fear that at any given moment it could be over completely influences. How we are in the world now. If you go into a mindfulness place you recognize that. Everything is in permanent. There's no such thing as permanent doesn't exist one thing that I do want embrace. What you're saying is that you've got to feel it from your heart. Absolutely no it right from your heart not only from your mind but your heart that connection. That's what's that spiritual connection because of you know and there again you know. There's a little bit of a difference between the male female thing but I mean need to feel it. You need to feel women need to steal it. You know because we're made that little little differently. Not that different really. We all have to feel it but we have to fail it and know it. I mean I think you asked me about psychology. I mean frankly I feel like I've been blessed because since my earliest memories I always believe with pure energy we will always be. We have always been The body but that's it's wedding gift you had in your family. You should come over to my house for dinner and then tell me what if I had serious members give gift. It's given you to be able to expand yourself with having. I'm sure it wasn't easy. It wasn't easy with the Woody Allens whatever his most famous movie great everybody but not and so I m being new to me. The most important thing is just being grateful. Grateful for this moment being grateful for what you have and especially when it comes to money. Be Grateful for what you have. Because if you're not gonNA be grateful for what you have now even if it's a penny or six or ten dollars how are you really going to be able to handle ten million dollars? I give the viewers one simply sometimes running one simple little thing they can do please. I was GONNA ask you but you every morning when you wake up simply say today. I'm going to pick one thing. Just one thing that. I'm grateful for every night when you go to bed just say. I'm grateful for X. I don't care if it's that First Cup of coffee and it will change your life if you do that every day. Every simple thing to do it's integrating with your your habits that you do ever just like just like sleeping suck brushing absolutely. That's all make a commitment. Thank you and thank you for making that commitment same yet because it's so important the important thing for a human beings as a mental human being emotional thank you leave so what everybody check out my website. Academy of Mindful Psychology. Because there's a lot of information post regularly they are and it's really interesting now. So you're in for my plug that's it we'll get all your information. Cheryl. This is the light. It's come by so quickly so much. Just keep doing what you're doing because the world needs it. I know and I used bumps than I'm and I realized that I'm not doing this by myself. I'm doing this alone I have. I'm just I'm just looking forward to what's expanding. What's what's coming about your other channel channel. I know it's very exciting. I'm excited for you and thank you for being here. Plus you've been sharing all your wonderful information. We hope you join today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the Information. You've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life. I emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift. You can get Doctor. Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time feel healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your life.

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137 - Andrea Devaux and Dr. Cheryl

Wealth Transformation Podcast

33:53 min | 1 year ago

137 - Andrea Devaux and Dr. Cheryl

"Are you so full of fear? You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you how to shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship. Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host. Dr Cheryl Shire. Dr Cheryl and wealth covers many subjects in your life and we have a very special guest. Her name is Andrea Divo- she's lead media training and image consulting workshops around the US she is also has media advocacy theater directing and film production. Welcome I still have more to say but welcome? Sheryl thank you for having me. Yes and just So the guests don't have to wonder where she's from and where the accent comes from us even correct yes. Yes it's very rusty Cheryl. I've been here thirty years so whenever they accused me of being a Yank but So people here still have a bit of a Twang so yes foods could be worse. She has been on staff media trainer for the Media Alliance in San Francisco for several years. She brings a unique approach to the experience of representing yourself and your organization her film and Theater Background give her a unique perspective on how to help clients come alive and enjoy the experience of public speaking so if you would rather die than speak in public get ready to to have a paradigm shift. Welcome welcome she is a new author. This is she is launching. Her book called no such thing as off the record. Yes yes welcome welcome. Thank you add. Any wonderful little tidbits about yourself fleas doomed before we get into some questions. Not The only thing I can say is that it was probably because of my mother who was one of those people who would go out in strike up a conversation with anyone anywhere and almost to the embarrassment of everyone else around especially when you're a child suffering through that. But she was kind of my teacher and I always. I always was just outgoing and I realized when I was writing this book. I realize where where did I get this? I got it from my mother. Just watching her. Like what kind of sausage you like to Cook for Dinner. Or just yeah. That's what a gift for you and for going like that. Yeah I know when you're a kid it's different it is it is. I can remember being one of the few kids that back in New Zealand. We had something in school. Where you you had the opportunity to give them morning talk now. Most children can't stand to give him morning morning about anything. No but I was always like putting my hand up and going up and I remember one one particular incident where I I found. These two mottes on the driveway stuck together and they remission and I was probably five or six years old and I always had known about the birds and the base but most kids a bad age. Don't know droppings marks in the school in a jar and I said yes. They're amazing ground no funny. How did they teach turned? Turner member so I just remember that. There was a lot of awkwardness on from known much amusement. My parents that I'm sure I'd done this and you're looking to you. Know be openly talking about it you. Yes yeah I can relate except that I was a lot. Older exactly are doctor after all. Well not a medical doctor yes no. I was GONNA late bloomer when it came to that and my parents said of very hot on bedroom. That's awesome my goodness. What else would you like to share about yourself? It's Kinda sweet but actually you know It's really just so that your your listeners than hello everybody's Everybody who's out there and maybe spending that time listening to us I just wanted you to know a little bit about about me in the sense of. I think that's really important when you're doing any kind of public speaking bat you are authentic and you get real people quickly because people can always smell when some something seems off or somebody's being pretentious and So I guess my message or one of my messages to your audience is always try to find your authentic self and don't be shy about making yourself seem a little bit adenoid silly sometimes if it means that you are being real you know what I'm saying and you know humor gets you so far it when you know when there's discomfort uncomfortable humor will just take away so let's get it nice. Yeah so how do you get to know your audience? You know ask about okay. How do you know your audience and then create strong message so these are a couple of things that my clients are always asking me first off how to white? Warm the crowd up that sort of thing. It's super important to know who your audiences so if you are going to give a talk at a high school you really need to know what is going on for the high school students that you're speaking to and would be a completely different conversation to somebody at a business luncheon. Okay so there. Is this saying everyone's listening to the radio station? W. I s. m. Are you familiar with that? One stands for what's in it for two yet so so consider that your audience is listening to you wondering what you're sharing is in it for them right votes. You can relate correct. She want gear your message to what is of importance or you would hope to at least have sense of what's important to your audience and let's say you didn't know let's say you're going in and you really don't know the crowd or maybe this people from all different walks of life. One of the things I like to do is ask questions now. If it was a talk on public speaking I might say what are your fears and concerns when you are giving talk and find out what's going on for people maybe with a group of people who are experts at public speaking and they just WanNa Finesse or find out how slow down or some people who are petrified of even talking to somebody in an elevator so smoking them out with a few questions is always a great way and it also gets people interacting with you and that's so important. The interaction I realized that when I you know this and give talks so important. Yeah as they really feel part of it. Yeah Yeah so if you have a say and I'm sure many of your listeners are tuning in to get on wealth and wealth-building but understand that a lot of wheelings and dealings that are going on are about finding related ability with another person might be somebody who's going to invest in your company or it might be somebody who is going to back you some way or come on board on onto your team. Well the more that you can go over there to find out about them and what's going on with them the more they pick up that you actually care you have compassion and you're there to be of service and that's more likely to yes we see. You're nodding so yes you know what? I'm talking about you know and this comes into I mean how speaking's a huge realm everyday were out talking to people that so public speaking. And you have only one chance to make that impression. And that's right at the get go and you know you're talking about wealth. You know from from a monetary standpoint. But you know what the wealth of people's messages like that's why. I love doing these podcasts. Because it's the messages that you get and that that to me you know is worse. Well you find out what it's worth. Actually yes you do and for those who are listening in this. This is not in video we are doing. A video live chat on soon Which by the way. I hear Zoom Stock Right now with the cove nineteen going on Zoom. Start OFF GOODNESS. You may have heard share. Omega just a slight little noise that's because her light went out and then she quickly put her life back on. You put your life back on right. I'm sharing that with everybody. Who's listening so that they know that sometimes things happen when you're giving a talk like a light goes out or something now. People may wonder why you made that noise I had. I had a good example. That gives us an a teaching moment. See so it's always good. This is cold as using it. So if something happens always immediately like you know you drop the clicker for your press. Powerpoint or you get the word that you're looking for you ask for help or you acknowledge what just happened and hopefully the on. You won't go out. What exactly we. We're still going strong with that. I can tell yes. Yes so that is another little Technique or trick that we use is as isn't it? It's it's basically acknowledging the elephant in the room that wasn't a big elephant but it's just something that happened just like Oh if you heard me make this noise. That's what just happened. The light went out and that also has people relate to you more so like. Oh you're human you're not a robot your backley exactly. Yeah because I at the at the base of it we all just want to feel connected right absolutely absolutely. So how do you calm the fears about public? Speaking in your experience this is probably the biggest the biggest issue for most people. It's just at the orders and I believe that it's like the number one fear that people have is public speaking would choke they were you know had said you know they're they're dying but would speak then give a talk. Yeah and I mean that was on the book of lists from many years ago but it still oft-quoted because it's still true you know hate giving a talk and up and there's a few things going on one. Is that when many people get up and give a talk? They're very concerned about what people think of them do. I looked at 'em maybe what I'm saying doesn't make sense or people won't like me or or I suck in all these going on in people's minds though instead of actually staying focused on your talk sharing your knowledge sharing what you can and helping your audience we run. We have this running our minds and guess what they knew completely. Forget your talk and you get that deer in the headlights moment. Right right so that knowing. That's what happens with people. Here's how you work around that. You put your focus on helping others now. I mentioned earlier about giving back or being of service so if you know. You're actually helping someone now. I would imagine most people who are giving a talk aren't expert at something or they. At least they know more than their audience about rumbling. Right they've got some piece of information to share so if you know that just humble yourself and go. I'm here to be of service. Ask a few questions to see what people want to know and unser them and basically. Just don't worry about what you look like or you know even if you forget your notes or you did something you know acknowledge it and say. I'm super nervous right now. And then you know the the humor comes in to you making a joke about yourself. Yeah Yeah I mean. I've seen this in a talk. One time one woman she She completely she got distracted somehow and she forgot what her next thought was. But we don't win listening attentively to what she was saying and she said you know I just completely forgot what I was gonna say and then somebody trying to say oh you were talking about you know that an investment real estate investment or you thank you thank you into it and participation from the audience really does no. I mean it's a he I mean this is about alive I mean I'm talking about a live presentation front of an audience. You know if you're going on camera it can be a little bit different. Who giving an interview. But still you have the reporter or the person asking you the questions. Who's there to in most cases. Help you do your best. You know what I mean absolutely. I had somebody. Give me some advice. Some time about public speaking one of where they said. Well when you get up there in your nervous literature I mean it's important to have that I contact you know with people directly but but imagine that they have cabbage heads he just really silly but when you're really nervous yes got switch your your thought pattern on being so focused on yourself. Yeah Oh it's true and there was one As you were introducing me of course I. You'd mentioned I've done a lot of theater worked in theatre both I trained as an actor and Dan. I realized that I actually wanted to work behind the scenes. But I've had that experience of being in front as well as behind the saints. Now when you are training to be on camera one of the things that we would use with commercials for instance you see those commercials where they're talking about you know some hemorrhoids cream or some something. You know you you know you have to look into the camera like if you have the problem. I have you know then you to what we were coached to do was placed in the lands. A person who really needs your help right so instead of just looking at the camera like it's a black hole and they met freaks you out just see you know your elderly neighbor right. Somebody who and you create in your mind a question they have just said to you just between you remain. I tear you know what to do. You answer that question so then when you're doing your Spiel to the camera you're like I had this amazing you know you're actually talking. Authentically that person. Is You know for sure. Those incident we correct correct. Assery would create an end if you needed to change the way you're saying something you might change whom it is that you put in your mind's eye that you're speaking to if you're speaking to a child you speak slower perhaps more carefully. Choose your words that are a little more simplistic. If you're speaking to one of your peers or colleagues you might use industry jargon shoes who you're speaking to will change the way you're speaking right. Well that's I think great advice totally good teaching so show us about your book soon. Well you're getting ready to launch. Yes I rather miss. Shall we say that my first book is being launched right in the middle of a pandemic? When book signings are not necessarily something people are going to be relishing but I'm I'm hopeful that we will still be able to draw some folks out and as long as lots of hand. Washing is going on. We should be fine but get shake hands. I'll do only been doing that a lot lately. I was on film shoot yesterday and we were all doing the noble thing you know but my book is about as the title says no such thing as off the record now our political leaders have US plenty of fodder for this particular title. If you don't want it said don't say it. And so the first part. I divided the book into two parts. The first part is about going on camera where you have to give a talk. Or shall I say an interview with a reporter and perhaps you're representing your organization Your Company. So it's how to define your message to stay on message and how to even when you're getting kind of almost attacking questions by reporter how to stay true to what it is that you can't just say so. That's the first part of the book. And then the second part of the book is about giving a live talk which we've sort of been going over giving a workshop or something like that things to think about when you are doing that you know stretch breaks all these sorts of things that you need to incorporate into your talk what to do when a person in the audience asked the question do you move in closer them to answer their question. Do you go further back. Do you repeat back to question you know so. There's all these sorts of things I do answer in the book and and you know I've been noticing that with all the politicking that's come on. I was watching Well I won't say her name but I was watching. Why was watching this morning and I thought wow she didn't repeat the question back because me against sinner I didn't hear what the question was. You know it's so important to be cognizant of that in any way and that's very very good point. It's that's something. If you are developing a soundbite. Even though soundbite basically is a quotable quite. It's something that's short ten to fifteen seconds that encapsulates the whole concept so that potentially if somebody's asking a question that your response could be taken away from NBC be completely a standalone unit. So if you are being asked a question and you want to add the answer than you will repeat back the question so it might be. What Day is it today? Cheryl and you you would say well. Today is the Thursday and it is sunny outside you. Basically incorporate their questions I think that was really crappy option of example. But but you get you have to put in their question and then also the answer with that. So it's a standalone piece and I think that the that the participant would feel more valued to yes. I mean that's so important to to make people feel valued no matter what you know. So and I cert- that most of your listeners wouldn't be most of them probably are not having to deal with an antagonistic interview scenario. But let's say you were and somebody was trying to lead you off topic then one thing that you could say you anyone who listens to NPR. Probably notice that. There's a lot of very highly trained folks on. Npr responding to questions. They've got a lot of media training under their belt and thing that they do if they don't want to go down that tunnel rabbit hole question exactly they might just say you know what's really important here is and then they go on to say what their what. Their agenda is always recommend doing that. But that's a few if you really don't want to go down that rabbit hole and you WANNA stick shoe. You came to talk about right right. Well I'll tell you there's so much I'm watching so much on the Internet with all of this politicking and it's amazing. There's a plethora of all kinds of examples. Yes and there's lots of Jews and there's lots and lots of dunce absolutely another one people were not sure about. Is the multi part question. What about this? What about that? And what about the other thing now do you? Have you heard of these these sorts of questions? Well yes it. Can you know. It's sometimes can be overloading. Yes and a lot of people get very stumped when that happens. Here's the get. Here's my coaching. You just choose within those three questions each. There's usually something that ties into the fabric of your answer. So you picked that one you answer just the question that ties into what you came. You know your agenda. What your messages fight. Or that's the closest at least if you're interviewers STU wants to know the question or the responses to the other questions they will ask them again. You don't need to worry about trying to remember all these questions right now. Let's get the massively answer regarding defining a message. You want to think about it as you really want. I guess it would be equivalent of having a thirty second commercial for television. Let's say your company is about to pay hundreds of thousands of or potentially millions of dollars for a commercial. You would have a lot of your team. Getting involved in what is message. What is the main thing we want remembered? Brainstorm think about you know. Find out from your prior customers. What is it that your company offers? What is your main values? And then I personally prefer commercials that have a bit of which involved instead of the hammered over that exactly. But let's say you're you're spending that time you come up with whatever your message is you want to find different ways to sneak your message into your talk or wanted or your interview and you want to find different ways to do it so that might be starting out with telling them what your what your messages. So he we say. Tell them what you're going to tell them. Tell them then to help. You told them. But you know you're not gonNA it's not GonNa be so latency is that you might find examples to back up for your messages. One of the great things with you know human interest stories or examples of things like you know Fred Down. The road had this happened to him and then when that happened. Xyz was the next result right. You have some human interest story which still backs up that. Your company was the GO-TO Company for it right but the great thing was human interest stories. Is that no one can refuse it though. That's another great way to kind of get you know. We love storytelling. We in fact our whole you know species learned through storytelling will. That's that's how we start to read as children as baby you know. And the singing the psalms and the you know it's wonderful absolutely my goodness thing. I'd like to tell people is particularly particularly if I want people to get something into their head like I'm presenting information or facts and I really wanted to remember which link on a website or whatever I might have them repeat back so I'll say this is the website and they'll say what was the website and they don't have the audience give it back to me so it helps get into their minds. Exactly I mean repetition repetition. Men's need that you know especially under Strauss absolutely absolutely. You have really given us a plethora of information about public speaking and your and you shared some much about your book and. I hope that this will be teas so that the listeners and well we'll have all of your information on the show now and you can give your Please share your website. So the lesson jobs can go to learning My website is no such thing as off the record dot Com. And I'm sure you'll have it up on those totally totally I if there's one thing I can't stand people saying things as people were just handing standing there with a pen and paper ready to write it down as rarely happens so just listed. Podcast us with the PODCAST. It's in the show notes you know. So that's no problem. They'll be background about two. And all your contacts. I'll use social media Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. So they will have all that information definitely but exit in in closing. What else would you like to share your pearls of wisdom? Gosh well a lot of people who are new to the art of public speaking freak out about what to wear. They're really concerned about. And just finding the right outfit is a few things to think about One is that if you are on camera you need to have some kind of fabric where you can attach microphone like so if you are giving an interview on television think about having stiff fabrics and ones. That are not true. Busy like you know. Check checks or stripes tend to more ray camera? White whites are not good and blacks are no good. The media loves color right now. You're wearing this beautiful turquoise scarf it looks great it's like these are the sorts of things that the media loved he's handled. You should is a wonderful colour for women. Yes Yup Yup Great Cooler. Yes so think about something colorful. Now there's GonNa be many folks who don't know what what color looks good. I've got a lot of friends who love Beige. You know I'm Wensen but when you go on camera will you want or you're standing up in front of an audience. You want to stand out so find if you had an outfit where someone's complimented you you know in might be just your color chart you know. There's certain colors like some people. Are Winters Summers show. I got what those colors are. You can go into a store and just have one you know macy's or something like that and have have the stylus work with you to find colors that work with with the orange. Look I. I think it's important to feel comfortable with what your wearing. Because you don't have to feel self conscious while you're delivering your message. Yep absolutely you've got a couple of outfits that are just ready to go you know they look good on you and they enhance your natural beige. Then definitely standing by some really great image consultants through. We'll happily up pick out some outfits so if you're somebody who's given talks or going in front of an audience needs to have that dial in for gentleman or or for the masculine presenting folks in the in the audience You know there's a little bit more limited than US women I would say in the conservative world. At least I would say. Choose a fun tie or bow ties work for you. Find something fun if you are a doctor. Just avoid the hairy chest You know you've ever seen describes caveman saw like here. It's like get a t shirt wear under that. We do not need to know all our back. No good advice. It's drew believe me. It's it's a distraction. It is everyone's looking at you know the hairy chest instead of. What the brilliant nuggets of information housed -solutely well secure. Yeah thank you for coming on and You know any anything else that you that you feel. Totally Compelled to talk about before. We say her buys well now. I am leaving a trail of information on. How should find me? My book is being launched in April April seven so the next sixty days basically is the launch period. So I'm not sure when your podcast is being streak out is wonderful. So I'm giving an if you're in the San Francisco Bay area. I'm going to be all over the bay at Barnes and nobles and so forth giving talks in meet-and-greet so love to see some of your audience at at any of those groups and then it's on Amazon already for preorder and And a set my publishers for preorder. And so we'll be in many libraries as well so that super doubt man. I'd like to have a book as well as audio book. -gratulations yes Read by the author so that will be up for grabs as well so And I would love to meet any of your audience. If they decide to come out and say hello well. This will go out on all social media. Oh and it'll go out several times so no worries with that. In help tweet there will be some people joining you. Yeah and thank you so much for sharing your wisdom and your spirit with us and Until the next time will thank you Cheryl and thank you for creating space for a lot of a lot of people to share. What they what their gifts are. It's at it's really inspiring. No thank you and you have a wonderful rest of the day. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the Information. You've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved motivated. Please let us know how the show influenced your life by emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation. G MAIL DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift. You can get Doctor. 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120 - Dr. Brenda Wade and Dr. Cheryl Ep. 1

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120 - Dr. Brenda Wade and Dr. Cheryl Ep. 1

"Are you so full of fear? You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host. Dr Cheryl Shire. Wealth is the ability to fully experience life by Henry. David Thoreau our special guesses. Evening is Dr Brenda Wade. Phd This is the first segment of a two part discussion with Brenda psychologist television host keynote speaker founder. Of love money and see the seminars. Author Dr Brenda Wade is best known for her dynamic. Love centered approach to transformation. She has earned numerous awards as a psychologist keynote speaker. Workshop leader author television host and producer. Dr Brendan known for her. Knock them alive. Interactive delivery offers keynote addresses and presentations on optimal health and success to corporate professional and generally general audiences internationally. She her presentations have been hailed as legendary and as a keynote speaker. Brenda Doctor Brenda leaves. Audiences standing on their feet cheering but above all inspired with the takeaway tools to keep building. Success Dr Brenda has consulted for MCA the Disney Corporation. The Canadian Government San Francisco Fire Department and many other start to Brenda chaired. The San Francisco. Human Rights Commission serves on the boards of various community organizations and has received multiple awards for work in the field of domestic violence. Hiv and AIDS and service to family and children. Dr Brenda clinical psychologist in San Francisco. California specializes in couples and family therapy with a private practice that reaches internationally a protege of the world renowned author and Therapist Dr Virginia Sattar. Her approach is scientifically based humanistic impractical. She received her bachelor of Science Degree in biology at the University of puget sound completed her PhD in development and Child Clinical Psychology from the University of Washington. Dr Brenda is former A- junk professor at John F. Kennedy University San Francisco State University and Antioch University West a four time national television host Dr Brenda currently Co host healing quest nationally on PBS and is in development for a new project with Sia Net C. Net TV Dr Oz. Dr Drew and today show CNN and many others regularly book. Doctor Brenda as a guest. Pert A groundbreaking author. Dr Br. Wade's four books. Include Ninety nine things you wish you knew before falling in love power choices. What Mama couldn't tell us about love which she co wrote with Brenda Lane? Richardson and love sessions a guide to transforming relationships her fifth book. Unchain your love. The modern love guide is due in two thousand fifteen dodger. Brennan also contributes to the national and international publications including bridal fantasy o the Oprah magazine Essence Forbes Ebony Ladies Journal Tone Journal Jet Heart and soul in match dotcom Welkom Brenda. Welcome welcome welcome. I'm really glad that you're here and I would. I've already done the introduction of your wonderful background and I would like to just give it over to you and tell us about who you are now. Wow well. That's one of those questions that is fun to field and a little bit intimidating. But I want it. I thank you Cheryl for the opportunity to sit and just talk in a deep way which I know you are the wall into heavy deep conversation with and who I am is probably more the evolutionary story. Starting out as a little girl. I'm the second of seven children. I have five sisters three big girls my brother and the three little girls. I'm the second over here in this set. Okay and that's important because I think it really shaped who I am in the direction my life took. I had aim miserable childhood. I was very very depressed and acted out in my own sort of quiet ways. You know failing in school and stealing quarters and eating candy all day to get high off the candy and just never quite being able to hold onto who I was but I had these moments when I would lie on the grass on the playground and just look up at the sky and I could feel this soaring feeling just pure joy. Those moments were fleeting. But they were so precious and as went along my path. I acted out all sorts of things getting in abusive relationships. And I think that because we're looking at this whole scenario with Lee football player over Ray Rice being cut from the NFL and now possibly the NFL Commissioner. Because he knew about this terrible incidents of domestic violence and did nothing and it made me remember some of the things I went through a very young woman. So you're passionate about his side's very passionate about honoring everyone's humanity and of course if a woman is being struck by a man she's being de humanize. She's not a person. I was struck as a child. I was being made into an object. I wasn't a person so of course as fate would have it. My mentor was the person who was one of the originators of the whole field of humanistic psychology. Dr Virginia and I just got lucky and I was so depressed for instance. It's it's absolutely divine order for you. I believe to remind at that time. I didn't know I just thought well I'm going to have a free the -cation and I mean it goes stay for thirty days in this retreat with where it is woman is. I didn't I didn't care and that was wakeup time. It was wake up time and I know that you know all about wake up which is so prior to that. I was just so depressed. I felt like I had this big cloud pressing on me and I thought invisible. How did you get rid of that depression? The first thing was I was doing hard research and the Monkey lab at the University of Washington. Med school prematurely. Born macaque monkeys and that lab was perfect for me. It was in the basement was dark windows. It smelled horrible because we had monkeys there and it was one of the I. Think the second or third largest primate Latte in the United States was huge very important. W This kind of research and at that time I was just so lost that I started having these anxiety attacks that went with the depression. So you were in your early twenties late dairy early and a friend took me to the student health center because I had a terrible anxiety attack on. I didn't know what it was. I thought it was having a heart attack side God fair and the doctor who will never forget chooses tiny woman Rebecca Welles story. Remember her name and she said to me after she examined was nothing physical. What do you think is going high said? Well I figured it having a massive anxiety attack. She said yes she said. Why do you think you're having it? I said Oh you know I'm working. I'm working my way through school a little and I gave her my little story. She said No. That's not why it's topical year having the anxiety attacks she said you're having it because all this is going on in your life and you're sitting there cool as a cucumber talking about it. I thought that was a good thing that I kept it all inside and she said No. It's exploding yeah so. She took out her prescription patent. Wrote some is putting their medication. She handed it to me and it was the name of a therapist. Okay all God show. I ran up those stairs. It and it took me a year to begin to feel better but when you say how did you become on depressive with a lot of hard work. Well it's it's it's hard work to be Living Day day today with right especially what's going on today in the world everything is is bubbling up all the negative stuff and inequity and Blah Blah Blah Blah. And you know it it forces individuals to do the same thing. I believe. That's what it takes to be free and we. I think we all want to be free. Everybody does I like what you just said about individuals being forced to deal. We have to deal with our stuff. And there's this place whereas a collective you know as government as a as a body that's huge half to do. I'm watching it. Can Turkey Syria and Egypt? People are coming young people especially in saying we had enough of US going down this road anymore. Well it has to be global but it all starts within the individual. Yes that's the whole point. You know degree more and and you know the the hardest part I think the the biggest fear for people that delve into their stuff to free themselves is the fear of getting stuck in their emotions. Yes because you know you cross one is afraid of their emotions yet. If we don't completely experience the emotion and completely express. I have this little thing. I call the threes with emotion. You must experience and express and that converts to energy and then we can use that energy and if people would just do that one thing it would make such a difference in free are well. Not only free and emotional. I learned the hard way. And it's all part of of the evolution of each individual humanity. Well we keep emotion inside the research shows. Clearly it makes sec. Oh absolutely whatever. Because we're afraid to face and I was talking with a physician recently from Mexico who has an alternative medicine clinic there and they can diagnose the emotional cause of every illness they see Joel Sang at which side of the body showed up on. What kind of tumor? It is versus another kind and they can diagnose exactly the emotional calls. I've used. I love Louise Hay for years. Yes one of the things that I did want to say is that you know once you start delving into the past you know inequities that happen you abuse whatever it is and you can let go of it and free yourself and crying is part of it and you know crying. It cleanses the sole exactly so. That's so important to do I several years ago. Gosh maybe thirty years ago I was up at a resort up in Doing a mudbath and this mineral waters who towns yelling and I had a massage there up in Calistoga and and he was a therapist to and he told me this was like a wake up thing for me he told me says it's so important to do primal therapy. Yes get all those feelings out. That's the priority and I truly believe I mean if I hadn't done the work that I had I wouldn't be where I am and that primal therapy. I mean years ago you know well. Everything is energy and this whole idea of emotional energy being available to us. Because it's there it's either going to be suppressed where we can't use it or it comes up and there's a healthy way of course to express it takes practice you know. It's not something that I mean. From my experience it takes practice to also be able to communicate that any healthy way. Yes with your relationships right. You know you mean we shouldn't be blaming and bashing each other you know. This is what I do all day every day. Every book I've written is about relationships. And how we learn these patterns because if you come from a family like mine where there is so much trauma that my parents never got to heal showing up as African Americans in the deep South with Jim Crow and the terrible things that they had to face. I can't even imagine it and I face my own share growing up but there's one hundred times words and they came to California so that we can have a better law love. God bless yes God bless them but they never healed the trauma and so they acted it out. They didn't know how of course not but the point is the point I want to make. Is We have an opportunity now and it is important for every person to seized the opportunity to heal. And if you think you've got nothing to heal I'm sorry think again. It's a pay me now. Pay Me later situation and everybody knows that it. It allows us and because my specialty you know my work is with couples with relationships and that comes right out of my childhood experience of needing to heal myself needing to look deeply at how my parents created a relationship where they were never angry with one another. My mother was sort of Nag. My father and he go in the bathroom closed the door. Turn on the Faucet take out his electric shaver and saying Oh oh and then we all knew what was going on what he thought. She's sort of petered out. He would listen and sometimes it open the door and he'd see US hovering he is. She died in come on out there so they never thought they never dealt with anything between them and my dad. Was this sort of romantic guide. Who never stopped courtship with our own. It was wonderful but the anger and the trauma came out on us kids so this was the beginning of me really looking at relationships because I swung this way and this way. A very romantic guys or the abuser. There is no middle ground sometimes. Same Guy in the same body both patterns right. I totally can relate so for me you know. After I worked with Virginia. Sit here I got to spend a whole month doing simulated families and looking at how family dynamics were crafted and sandstone. I got to the place where understanding me was the basis of I. I had to lead the monkey lab. Oh my goodness I lab and I went into clinical work and I've never stopped working on my self since then it's the key. I mean that that's a given. That's an everyday thing I mean. Just like with my meditation and prayer every every before you even get out of bed. Yep I'm with you there. That's important because that keeps you grounded and keeps keeps you balance you know and love love? Love Love Love Love. That's right we need more than anything on this planet issue there. This takes me back into this whole conversation about self healing because to love others really requires doing this. Work has the big discovery for me was compassion that I lacked compassion for myself. Oh so that means you lack compassion for others projection. It's it's part of it. It's part of it. I think that sometimes I did this little trick on myself. I lacked real compassion. Very hard on myself action drag harder werner that sort of thing and picking relationships that didn't honor me but I could be so nice to other people. I SWUNG WAY TOO. Far Right. Became a people pleaser. So there's overdoing right. What I thought was compassionate real. Compassion is just being able to be with my own feelings and honor them and be with yours. Don't think honor them and it is the cornerstone. I believe of a healthy love. Relationship of course is to be able to open the heart and just being that place. When I'm working with couples. I was working with a couple of couple of years ago. They came in because she was cheating and he was. Of course quite devastated. He came home from work and discovered her in the shower with boyfriend and he was on a business trip. He was supposed to be away and he can home early to surprise her surprise And she was devastated that he caught her should he was hurt and angry about the whole thing and he was shattered and the key for them was to get to compassion for one another and it took more work than you can imagine. Actually get to compassion. Once they got there I wish I could say gee that was great in the marriage was saved once. He got to compassion for himself. He said you know I deserve more than this. Because it wasn't the first time I deserve more than this. I don't want to go through a third cycle of catching you cheating. And she had to come to grips with Wi-. She needed to do that and destroy all of her relationships. Yeah so I'm just saying. Compassion can be very healing but it can work in a relationship can work so that one person can outgrow negative pattern but not necessarily that that marriage can be saved well Because you do the Love Money. I'd like to focus a little bit on that. Yes our seminar is is to. You know he'll that relationship with money. Apply unconditional love when people go well. What's unconditional love? It's amazing that they they don't have a full understanding. Yes you know and I just read I don't have it verbatim but I just read what the Dalai Lama said and really love is just without judgement. Let's beautiful it's so simple. You know it really is. It's simple and well. Money is one of those things that we have a lot of judgments about and Anna relationship. Is You know the number one reason for fights leading to divorce over money financial so I often tell couples when I'm working with them. You know all these workshops around the world and retreats and take people unspiritual quests and money is part of everything I do. Because of three things that I believe lead to fulfillment our love money and save a selfless service so if we can get those three handled and get them in balance we have a pretty good shot at having a healthy and having a fulfilling life now when we talk about money in terms of relationships the first thing I tell everyone I work with is that money is a stand in for so I liked it that you said unconditional love right after you started talking about money because truly we get it leaks. It's manipulative. It's control. Y- no no and that's how you know I. I know I was raised a little bit with that. Control factor except that. My father and mother gave me the leeway to go make money and manage my own money young so. I appreciate that that they were just very important. Yeah it's a way of honoring you yes and couples. What I find is people tend to find someone with a money pattern that is similar to their own out. Those who are watching. I want everyone to have a chance to figure out their money patterns really quick way to get to it is you know. Just ask yourself. What was my mother's favorite saying about money right? Exactly I mean that's the room. What was my father's favorite. Tang of dad wasn't there. That's a money pattern. That means you were unsupported. And you're going to react to that your whole life. So my mother's favorite saying of course was shed to goodies When it came to love she taught us mentally. Want one thing. Oh but Intel's what the one thing. Oh I had no idea what the one thing was. Yeah Yeah and then with money. Of course it was. Money doesn't grow on trees. Yeah and it was always this anger. Money doesn't grow in trees along with you may time we asked for something so most people have a money doesn't grow on trees or have your own money. I know a lot of women especially women of color are told. You can't count on men. Have Your own money because that's a pattern for African American women that came from the time of enslavement. Right because you can count on anybody. Being there your family could be taken away. Your children could be sold away. You could lose everything in humanity. The man is there inhumane. But these patterns persisted and nobody understands where they started. So if you have a mother like mine who said money doesn't grow on trees take a look at where that came from and trace it back as far as they can and your family and you're going to find a history in the family that created the pattern and finding yourself today story act into it now we can change it by backing up and getting right to the history. I had to do that in my own family. Three generations. Four generations back. My people were still enslaved because my grandpa was born in eighteen ninety the African people were freed in eighteen sixty five so that means his parents and when he was thirty he married my grandmother. Who was fifteen? So these money pattern Scott reinfected because it was about fear of scarcity fear of loss is loss was real and you know what I find. Very interesting is I've known a couple of billionaires and multimillionaires and how they have fear of yes I know many ah many mares and billionaires and one of my billion Hawaiian factor. Yeah one of my billionaire client said to me. I know I'm sick because I won't spend my money appropriately. Do Well on myself. I won't spend it and I said you're right so let's get to where that came from. Of course it was what you just said. It was growing up slowly. Elaine come a lack of love and a lack of being valued so these words we use to describe money worth value net. Worth and the words we use to describe valuing ourselves self worth my value is a woman or person and all of these things. They overlap interest. Your money earns interest. How much interest do give yourself is it. Posited interest negative interest so I always ask people to look at the words that describe money. The words used to describe yourself and we usually find they're aligned. Absolutely thank you for sharing that. Because that's wonderful information for the viewers. I mean even though we've talked about this but you heard different wonder- wonderful person so all thank you all the other people that will hear it and and well. This is your sweet talking. Yeah and with couples one of the things that is so crucial to me in my work with couples is that we keep coming back to love. Is that most people think they know how to love. And the reason we get tangled up with love is that we actually have to do the work to learn. How so I like to say to people? Sheryl do you drive a car? Do you have a driver's license? How much time did it take you to learn to drive that car and get a license? Yeah with we took just that much time right toe. Learn how to love. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the Information. You've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life emailing at Dr Cheryl dot transformation at gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift. You can get Doctor. Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time feel healthy and happy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life.

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068 Kim Ireland and Dr. Cheryl

Wealth Transformation Podcast

27:14 min | 2 years ago

068 Kim Ireland and Dr. Cheryl

"With your wealth relationship most people don't even like to talk about money from personal level you can learn how to get past the fear and talk about are you so full of fear you can't even talk about money and wealth Dr Cheryl is showing you how to shift your mindfulness. This really affects all areas of your life it's time for the wealth transformation pot now here's your host Dr just a reminder this show is about transformation transformation in wealth on all levels whether it's money assets relationships or spirituality or love it's time to wake up and save our humanity and planet we have a break the army corps of Engineers in for two and a half years in Heidelberg Germany. He met his Norwegian wife While stationed in Heidelberg Clarkson College Clarkson University in Potsdam New York in one thousand nine hundred sixty three Kim served as an officer in the US Charles Scheider hello and welcome to wake up with Dr Cheryl Kim worked for Union Carbide Corporation in their chemical division for six years and then formed a small chemicals specialty the company and sold it after fifteen years Kim has worked in different entrepreneurial capacity's over the last twenty plus years and environmental mongers are playing God and controlling the weather with chemicals this has gone too far and we have to take a hard look at this and then in holistic health arena Kim is an active participant in architects and engineers for nine eleven truth since two thousand nine even special guests this evening Cam Ireland originally from Rhode Island graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. From Clark's Kim has studied and experienced what is called disaster capitalism the topic for which we are discussing tonight we'll be or maybe mm-hmm before we start our show I came across this interview with Warren Buffett that I would like to share as an intro to capitalism from his perspective for the goods and services produced by somebody else will work for that I can hire now if I wanted to I could hire thousands of people to sit everyday paint my portrait file a bonds those represent claim checks which I or a charity or my descendants or my spouse or whomever can use to exchange controversial but then he has researched and key and professional experience with chemicals too much control ingred in the wrong hands when the power wouldn't be playing golf for a very long you have to go into the rough occasionally to make the game interesting too often though what money is money they would be employed and I could use these claim checks I could be looked for the perfect portrait of myself I would never find it because I don't look like Arnold Schwarzenegger but I can keep looking for the guy that would try and make me unclean for a solution and the solution starts with education this is part one and part two of a two part series with Cam it claim checks it's a claim check on the food the output of others in the future if I have a pile of dollar bills or pile of stock certificates You know depends on very much on the individual and some people bill burr meds I hope other people engage in cancer research my family and I had everything we could possibly need for the last fifty years but also fifty years ago that my wife and I decided that that the on taking care of ourselves that original Caspian Sea so beata milk production and all these blocks of granite will build a pyramid people forget all about Egypt and that would command the services of other people so that way and I can keep a handing out these checks I would command that person services the rest of their life they would do anything else for society at all and you know or I could build myself a wonderful pyramid I will let you you can change these little piece of paper for other people's goods and services in the future and the wisdom with which you do that or your proclivity uses for those claim checks and that one way or another the money was going to go back to society and and now you know philanthropy as the active are you always raid made mistakes mistakes it didn't make mistakes I wanna play golfing everyone eighteen holes you say you know why should people have to go to Egypt to see one of these things so I'll spend all of these claim checks I've got and just have all thousands of people who have them in loincloths anyway so why don't we just give you three percent of our output forever and you give us our freedom now George like that and the American colonists might like that ADP of make sense I mean I don't think you want that decline to one hundred percent of GDP I don't think you want to pay off the national debt I think generally the keeping data relatively within range of is going simply to service the debts incurred by the previous generation because they over consumed I think that he would he would say I'm not there was no reason to set it up so the next twenty five generations of little buffet kids could keep using these clam shacks so they didn't have to do anything to contribute to society and that they were better well there's enormous disparities in in terms of how the benefits of the society been distributed I think the American worker were told by a politician twenty years from now that money works forty hours than an hour and a half of that every week I'm not interested in doing that anymore let's let's take an extreme example let's say that that back at the time of the revolution and we'd send somebody over to say kings yards eighty percent of your output we weren't producing that much anyway save you're going to war maybe shot killed and everything else so the first generation would say it's a fair deal three percent royalty to the they were worth less per unit than they are today so any company any country that that piles up external ah we'll have a great temptation inflate overtime and that means that our currency relative to other major currencies as likely to depreciate over time in my bill particularly the last ten years it wasn't this way fifty years ago but even the even those on the low end are doing far better than people were sorry can do and enjoy that Johnny Rockefeller couldn't do and couldn't enjoy so it's it's it's it's a rising tide has lifted sure nothing bad happens to me so so I got a tax rate of fifteen percent counting payroll taxes virtually on very large income and the average well thank you very much Cheryl yeah I I have a habit of looking up at the sky and this has been going on for me needed that's in the past it's much easier just inflate your way out of it I mean if I could finance all my own consumption today by handing out something called Warren Cheryl especially since I went to gooder right before Christmas to do to volunteer for any cast or about eight years now since I learned about this operation called Geo Engineering which is act Shirley a way of controlling the weather through spraying of chemicals from planes the boats but it's lifted the yachts allowed a lot faster welcome Kim I'm so glad that you could be here in come on my show logical way to do it and the question is who would who would be best at using those claim checks to benefit six million six billion people are on the world and he said listen this fight is hard work I mean you're GonNa have a lot of people get killed we're going to a lot of people get killed why don't we just make a deal with you we want our independence we're kind of a pain in the and we were trying to get you to come on and do a greeting and we started to engage in conversation and you said look up and I decided that the foundations I've that I'm allocating the claim checks to we'll do a first class job but so far I'm very pleased about them now if we were giving three percent of the output of the United States to England for freeing US two hundred twenty or whatever it might have been years ago now something would have happened you know the ones on I end we're doing a hundred years ago I mean there are many many things that a person earning a normal wage in this country wchs or a warrant I use and I had the power to determine the value those Iou's overtime believe me I would make sure that when I repaid them ten or twenty years and I'm thinking why so this is the reason I had you come on the show his why why was I looking up healing that relationship with wealth which is everything really in our life not just money but it's you know focused high flying jet aircraft and this probably dates back to the oh maybe the nineteen sixties or seven aw and it's the the word for the the spray that's from the plains is normally and this spurred he's gotten wider at our tax system has favored enormously the rich I am now treated as sort of an endangered species by the government they want defied his chem trails but it's all also referred to as Geo Engineering the whole field of controlling weather so when I walked because it's as I'm learning you know with some of the links that you have sent me disaster capitalism and since my show is about have good earth I looked up and I saw these chem trails huge chem trails making like an x formation right over good earth and it it just thing in on the ones that are manipulating it to their benefit so tell me what what a con trail is versus a campaign trail okay yeah contrails are the natural white cloud trail that you see behind after Oh maybe thirty to ninety seconds that trail is gone because the the moisture evaporates cost that is condensing into these clouds that we can see as a trail and it Early frosts me when I see these well it was no mistake that you walked in and met me our with Marin TV because it's so important it has a unique way of forming because it takes probably a plane linked to actually form the trail and then it dissipates you're going to paying a higher tax rate than I most members of the Forbes four hundred or paying if you count payroll taxes I think it's a bad thing but I think our tax system is gone very much awry in the last it's so that's a normal contrel that we've seen for the last forty or fifty years but now what we're seeing over the last ten to fifteen indies when jets started flying at high altitudes in creating these contrails and what it is it's jet exhaust odd oddly enough and it's it's it's the actual spraying of chemicals to achieve some objective how the atmosphere or you're trying to do something manipulate the atmosphere so that in years is another type of trail and that's the campaign trail that doesn't dissipate like the contrast so the with the weather so you're trying to you're trying to either dry why would they want to do this well as part of a mission to deny the enemy cover that are on file are largely largely relate to the government or the government environment that are that are manipulating this yeah well the patents that are for this type of thing in military operations they use the weather as part of their strategy one of the questions in my mind is if there's any connection between it and the drought that has been going on here for it the weather will change in a way that that you wanted to change so is this do you think this is from the corporate environment host obscene it predominantly inland as opposed on the coast for some reason but in the last month do that well to manipulate to have a drought MIA That's a good question I don't know what the dry out the atmosphere so I've noticed oftentimes when rain is on the forecast for it's been very heavy spraying here in Marin and for I don't know what the reason is with English we get our freedom nobody gets killed the next generation might even be okay with us my dad told me escape getting killed in the war all three percent of it it wouldn't work motive would be in a case like this but I do know that one of the common elements Russian this this is going on all over now I've seen it for the last eight years I travel bio motorhome all over the West Coast perations so the Air Force for one has been involved in this type of operation for a long time actually the last year so as far as that goes I mean what's what's the profitability for for someone the war with them over we'd have repudiated something would have happened people just say the hell with it and and countries of Repute Cam trail is what you call chemical trail yeah it can trail means the name was actually coined by the Air Force me out of that create asthma and Alzheimer's and memory problems but you can't see it so no one's aware of it on on this particular subject and he was saying that the Nanno aluminum particles that are not in a row so it's a warfare type thing okay so why are they doing it here Marin county yeah well that's a really good this whole area is basically in denial there have been requests there were a couple of days out you'll start to see spraying coming in for the day or two before the forecasted rain and also to other mental disorders particularly with children and so you know if you look at the unless we bring it up like this and talk about it I that to me is man's inhumanity to man why are you doing this are you know there's there's a plot the what they're actually hiding behind is the the military significance of it enables them to simply say that it's and Dha to counter act this aluminum that we're breathing right that's going into our our system right eight to the government to come forth and explain what they're doing and basically they deny it and probably the a plan or something you know there's gotta be some material reason why they're doing it you know as far as money goes there's cost to how down thank you for sharing that video with me that link because he was saying that to use saffron aluminum is as been Found to be a contributor to Alzheimer's is one of the the big ones which is a legitimate exhaust trail behind all jets at high altitude or whether it's a chem trail which is a spree you know it's it's a secret strategy and but at the cost of our health I mean Dr Blaylock says in this spring this going on also in agricultural applications as well so a lot of money to do that right right yeah unfortunately that's not shared with us well in actuality or chemicals that sprayed is aluminum and aluminum oxide is desolate so it tends to eight of of increase in these diseases over the last ten or fifteen years it pretty much tracks the increase in a high flying jets have been flying in the sky so what you'll see behind this high flying jet is you'll see a it's something that we really need to pay attention to and I would like to help your viewers tonight to under and then then the rain does it happen and I've seen that happened many many times I don't understand that why are they doing the end a little bit of what they're looking for when they do look up and this is what I would like to encourage people to do is to win not right away when we look up and we see a trail forming is we'll see the trail starting doc okay so this is this is what is a legitimate controversial from a jet high flying jet plan is is flying overhead and I'm GonNa show you what a contrails looks like in these have been happening for forty fifty sixty years as long as ever you see trail behind the plane look up at that trail and and try and determine for yourself whether it's a controversial contrails by some but they're not actually lingering contrails their trails so we'll call them for what they are Austral- starting to form about a plane length behind the plane so this distance from uh-huh chem trails and the big difference it that we can see shared with me Dr Blaylock's website and his video and he's a of a neurosurgeon who's done years of steady like a tail out here and this will end up dissipating in about thirty to ninety seconds and it may be as long as and you're breathing on a cold day and you breathe out and you see like a a little contract coming out and then Bingo it disappears same thing with the behind the plane you'll see them start to spread out in they form like ropes curly cues start to form on bose have to be the behind the engine it's really hard to see at when these high flying planes exactly where the engine is anyway but it's coming right off the wing it's like ten or fifteen or twenty plane likes and then just evaporates and disappears just like if you're up in Lake Tahoe tape either the front wing tip or the rear wing team sometimes you see him coming off a here okay and they start coming out and they'll be billowing the plane the in some kind of spray operation see I just I in infuriates me to think that we're being used it'll be about a plane link that you'll see and then this all come together this exhaust trail and it will just form the start of the trail the exhaust trail to the plane it's it's not here exactly a a plane lake but sides you'll see him like this this is actually the they they start to disperse and these are similar so these are the camp trails they'll they'll spread out four different distances it may last the entire does it's a material this being sprayed I think most of the time it's actually a powder it can also be liquid trails but it's it's obvious when you look up that you can see the difference and then you'll also notice in the Kim trail and you never see this in a controversial because it's just from the jet engine revolution which is you know thousands atmosphere that there will be a haze oftentimes for a day or two following the spray operation you'll see a collar white it from that standpoint it looks similar to a contrel but that's the only the only way it looks Fiqh looks like looks like smoke and then several oh maybe away you said it starts right from the plane because these do not have to condense in the same way as a contractor family what's happening I think this is very very important that we get a grip on on what these things are that solutions permit versus here it's it the the revolutions are much much slower so you can actually

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093 Dr. Cheryl and Honorary Dr. Michael Pritchard

Wealth Transformation Podcast

26:56 min | 1 year ago

093 Dr. Cheryl and Honorary Dr. Michael Pritchard

"Are you so full of fear. You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship. No matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes. this really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host Dr Cheryl Roll Scheider our special guest this evening is Michael Pritchard and returning for the second time. This is the first segment of two part discussion with Michael Michael. Michael Pritchard is a nationally acclaimed keynote speaker praised by the wall. All Street Journal. CNN and time for his ability to use humor and to inspire and educate his audiences on communication skills. Michael Pritchard is a big guy with a warm heart. Who has one of his students described him truly walks as he talks? He began his career. We're on both the comedy stage as juvenile counselor. In San Francisco's youth. Guidance Center Michael's offers from Hollywood rolled in including leading a guest appearance on an Emmy Award winning episode of Taxi. His sensational standup comedy. Build him with Robin Williams. Jerry Seinfeld Dana. Carvey whippy Gober played venues as Caesar's and the comedy store the Universal Amphitheater D- amphitheater and opening for such names as Diana. Ross the grateful dead Kenny. Rogers Mike McDonald and BOSC aches. Who who Michael rejected offers from Hollywood to focus on using his comic talents for inspiring youth and adults drawing from his counseling background and Michael began using his humor to inspire teach communication skills? Anger Management Diversity conflict resolution and overcoming burnout in stress for his work in promoting nonviolence with us. Dr Pressured Dr Michael Pritchard was honor warded an honorary doctorate in humane letters from Hartwig University. And winning two thousand one Lewis Hines award for service to children and youth certificate of appreciation and the two thousand two Marin County Fa Foundations Borough Buck Fund award for for achievement in promoting nonviolence as a result of his work. Michael has been featured on CNN. BBC's Today show the tonight show CBS morning. Time magazine People magazine. Michael has too many awards and honors to mention all of them his seven educational -CATIONAL series for P. B. S. and distribution has been seen by millions and focuses on youth guidance in areas of violence prevention. The power of choice. You can choose big changes big choices. Robin Williams in Time Magazine said if Mother Teresa had had a child child with Jesse Ventura it would be Michael Pritchard. Michael is also featured in the happy movie. Michael is a wonderful example of wealth in his approach to humanity. He didn't compromise his integrity. Welcome Michael Fears second time. This wonderful honor earn half you know welcome back and you look great and I read your book your stuff on facebook almost every day. We'll try to be positive. Ositive OPCO Mystic M. Y. S. T.. I C. Try to be a person of optimistic Tenure because there's a there's a mysticism awesome ESCULENT said with every drop of pain on the human heart wisdom gross. If thank yous yeah. That's that's the point. I mean I think back Cesar Chavez should there's two forces in the world the force that pushes people down the force that helps arrives people love them. Choose and what I try to tell the kids. I just did a Tedtalk Don in summit charter schools. Great and the kids were wondering. Where's that That's in Redwood City. And it was kids running. which is I loved? I loved that the kids had chosen the people to come and speak and I was one of them. Aw but you know I was trying to tell them. There's a moral compass in each of us that needs to happen Dr King's line was that they'll come a time in your life when you can do the right thing or look the other way. If you look the other way you're already dead now and you'll go on living you'll go on breathing you'll exist to the end of your days. Never knowing what you were here to do what you could have become making a different than what you could've would've accomplished. Yeah and I think that's it you know and I think finding them moral. Compasses important for kids. And that we gotta get him up off the screen Greenwell. It's all of them all of them. Oh my goodness but you know finding purpose when you can find your purpose. Then you're set free because because you're like what I'm doing it's like I finally got it like seven years ago or so. This is this evolved. But then then there's it's no no stopping in educating yourself in becoming more of what your purpose and your passion is then you have a purpose for living the passion is. What's that the beating soul fuel? Yes yes Happy happy joy joy. Well you know I always tell the kids. I don't laugh because I'm happy happy. I'm happy because I laugh. And that's the key sometimes laughter. Just letting go it's a freedom you know the world is hard. It's it's tough because it's getting harder. Yeah really trying to stay in not say that no but I did look at the the kids today and oh my gosh you know it breaks my heart on some levels be enough that they're not productive but it's anti productive to what what is evolving. The here's what they told me and this was great research for anybody in the High Tech Industry. That wants to understand why the what they do one. I sit and listen. I hear answers in one of the answers I said. Why do you guys obsessed and stare into these screens? And they said we like to edit. WHO's talking to us? We like to be in control of the cruelty cruelty of it. We don't like we can dismiss people that are inappropriate. We're in control of our emotional wellness on that screen gene but not in conversation and I went. Wow Yeah that tells you the level of toxic sarcasm. There's Jeff Fascinating study today. And it's on medifast I tell everybody I tell the Kids Seneca somebody who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing. Today Research said Ahmed fast. Dot Com. That cynic has a higher potential four dementia. Oh Yeah because it's a toxin to the system. I sit Aye. Sarcasm comes from that Greek term the tearing the flesh. Sean I said these are toxins to the system. We can't take care of the planet until we internally take care of ourselves that then we get blessed absolutely. It's it's our responsibility as being happy human beings yeah to do that. Every one of US needs to take responsibility. You know I thought about this the other day show. There's a moment I had a mother had called me to do. An intervention on a daddy was really self destructive alcoholic and there was a little nine year old boy I went to see him and he was sitting he looks like a Norman Rockwell. Pity all cow lick. He could've been one thousand nine hundred forty fifty sixty seventy eighty anyway through and eh one. I walked up to many goes. Please remind me with my dad. I love my employees. I went on at nine year old kid in all my years of doing interventions thirty thirty so I've never had one sentence get a person to go to the to Detox Rehab. Not that ever and we went in and the data's rather hammered Hammerton. I was waking up until we got to go. It's time to go brother has tried to go. You're you're hurting your family hurting yourself and the little boy goes dead. uh-huh stranger broke into our house last night. He heard mom and I. And you're here to defend this because it was you. Oh Wow ooh. That's just came in. He looked over at me and goes. Let's go oh wow I never said a word you didn't have to. I didn't say anything on the way out. And I think that when we pay attention and we help a child's heart right because children are in need of somebody being there for them for their family and their family. Wellness is illness. Yes we as wellness right so taken care Hera that and then you know the more we teach young people to be socially emotionally intelligent about these things hot ice intervene confront and lighten seeking self destructive behaviors Cutting on inappropriate You know pornography Manch inge alcohol drug Prescription Drug Abuse we here in Marin County are number one in America for prescription drug Overdose Suicide Guinness Number. One America America. How one of the Drug Enforcement Agents Escape Just chat with my jaw. August thinking here. We are in the land of incredible privilege and it's an expressive system is off. Yes and the the group that most his is the highest in that fifty nine and above because they don't know their dosages Lincoln so it's important for us to get information out. Yes do new outreach to the community mental health outreach. Everybody wants to blame the guns and I know there's a big battle about that. I think it's such you know what it all starts with love what what's inside yourself. Unconditional love that's what I talk about on my show is that unconditional love. And you know it's unfortunately or what I should say it's we all have the opportunity to to be unconditionally loving yourself and we have to Reeducate ourselves and practice it on a daily sometimes a minute minute minute level. Yeah it is and you gotta keep using isn't it and if we can get that in our kids see you know the parents. Will you know the government the school school all of that is contributed faith based community education community community community corporate community business community and recreation activities community. Here's the thing. One of the kids had a powerful. I need you to many boys in America are are are crying with bullets instead of tears on our show and you know when you see that person. WHO's the inner rage we? We have a tendency shrink away from that. We have a tendency to shrink away from the bully instead of doing what you're talking about the unconditionally loving thing. which so you try to intervene in a lighthearted kind compassionate way when you do that you don't know it's never the harvest it's that we lay seeds? It's yes and with my own experience. I dealing with older adults and and their pain. They haven't heeled right and it's the same thing I mean but of course children have more opportunity to get through so they can live a happier right I'm witnessing and you know the combination. That's really rare and health for is to put those two together the needy child Yes. They're already damaged. I had a guy at hospice was a great moment. You know he was passing away. He knew he was passing away and he had terminal cancer and The young girl taking care of them with somebody. I'd helped get a nursing degree and she's conform nurturing him taking care of him and he was now looking inside for the answers answer. She said you realize that she's the only one that loves me. That she takes care of me that I voted against every appropriation for her family and Her to have privileged circumstances. She's the one to take care of me and I oppose everything that their family was about as an immigrant and the people people who come to visit me in the House are people that are attorneys who want conservatives shipping philanthropy papers a doctor who gave me a pill active of care you bill and a couple of cousins who wanted money from me and I hadn't seen him in seventeen years than I so I said Will Edward. What have you learned about your said? And then. He went on a bleep bleep on eight so one of the nurses gave me she goes. I never saw him laugh and I said well this is about self actualization so what happens to laugh at ourselves. Yes and the situation and when you can put a young person who's grown exponentially from her own pain in the sorrows and suffering of immigrant status pushing herself in enduring everything to become a healer. Those are the people that can most I. He'll those angry wounded folks. If he remembered Dickens wrote Scrooge Christmas Carol he said he describes Cruzi said he he was clutching grasping squeezing. daren buddy was his solitary is a noise during his own pain. And I see that sometimes in Marin County and sometimes in California where solitary isn't always Wealthy and privileged in they have everything that one would think think is what the movie was right except that the spirit the loving spirit inside line selves. Hasn't everybody has it but it's hasn't come you expressed. Then Dick can sense the Christmas past present and future to awaken him and teach him. It's Christmas wonderful metaphor. Act Every day is Christmas morn off you wake up every day Christmas. It's you know the same that Frank Capra I read Frank CAPRA's. They wondered why he was an inveterate optimist. CAPRA sat over. Here at the presidio in world. War One while thousands of the people died of influenza and were taken out of the hospital at the Presidio he lived through it boy. Talk about gratitude. And then he makes. It's a wonderful life. These powerful films. He made him. Oh the magnificent. He said at the end of his career if he had to do it I was so blessed story this. If he had had it to do all over again he would have only made movies for children. And that's what I chose to do. You know most of my I films on PBS. About kids you know you can choose big changes big choices power choice. Peace talks Life steps all all. These are just literally when the wonderful thing about that is that adults are all children too. That's why it's good for adults to walk walks into my father always said you gotta keep that little kid inside of you because that's how you have fun. That's that's it that is you know. Doc I gotTa tell you over the years. There's of looking around laughing. There's people ask me why I love people so much nicer because I see the little wounded did kidding everybody. If you've worked so long I've been doing this forty six years. I started working with wounded in nineteen sixty eight and these are young men hurt by war war and you become extremely reflective and You know I was self destructive because become so conflicted at the politics politics summit but the patriotism that led to this belief that this was something that was gonna fix things. Well the bud who love the behind fake says war is when the losing general and the winning private or buried in the ditch on the side of the road on the line is moved an inch to the left or an inch to the right thus is war and so it's sound and fury signifying nothing and so what we learn is peace unconditional love healing laughter. Art Musa's fears Dance everything that brings us together. As humans and celebrates humanity is what we have to be about and I was laughing about the other day and I and I know you're right on my wavelength that frequency that we're on all we can do is try to offer the outreach because because we could stand argue about gun control what we need to do as a nation is help the mental health issue but each each person taking a personal responsibility to reach out to lonely isolates to dispossessed to homeless too insecure to addict addicted people and just Sometimes I think I wish more sober people. Just go down in the listen in on meetings. UH-HUH I just saw on facebook that the spikes that are up for the homeless sure chirp go and they've been doing that in Canada right and it's like the denial are they in total denying. It's just I loved. There's there's this is not meant to be condemnation. The acceptance of how things are taught When a president would put one hundred thousand people out on the streets that were mentally not well and then for nine years suffer from dementia and Alzheimer's trapped in a prison Neva's his eyes zone? I would pray for him and he would come to a noces because you can't you can't escape what you put out and always loved him. Thought he was a nice man and you know. I don't get into the politics of Republican or Democrat. I see hearts and I see you know kid raised president. Reagan was raised by You know head alcoholism and his on family and he became a heroic swimmer in Eureka Illinois. Where my brother-in-law's brother was the mayor in what you learn is that all of us have struggles and this is what makes us yes and I go back to this metaphor so that Pearl that waster and the the rub of the censure and we in if we can all look at it from a metaphor it makes that Pearl? We all are the diamond in the rough. We all are that if we could just know that in and you know it's like I put put that onto the moon and I'll set it for the star but it just do do that so it'll pull you in that direction you know in in whatever your gift is or whatever your gifts are whenever you know we all have gifts to give to give into share and then you feel that self confidence you feel and then you you know I love helping people and that's what life is about because it comes right back to you no matter what the son who's a doctor. He learned that you know as he traveled He's been to Nicaragua three times with Doctors Without Borders and he's been with naturopathic doctors international helping and My friend Dr Tabitha Parker's Dow down working for the UN in trying to to help express to people you know if we would export is much medicine as we do worse stuff and export the healers or you go right there. You go now you know train. You know our build ships mercy in the hope more of those only the new type where we can bring hospitals We can save the world a heavy amount turmoil and pain and suffering mothers losing their children and so I think that you know this all sounds woo select. You know I've been on the streets. I know what violences very well L. After years of Probation Parole and I'm fearless in defending people from the dark sadness in sickness. It is out there but one one must be realized you know. I think that the other thing is this really powerful. That's not will will but it has everything to do with the the idea of uh being a person of defending humanity. Is that connection to the greater. Good like I tell the little kids in this. You know it works works out One of my friends is a great. She was miss. Nancy taught me that. Teach children that the good. You do Ruby Peterson. The good. You do we'll come back to you but the bad you'll be sad for you. But the good you do will come back to earth and shoving teaching the kids for years. I saw a couple of kids I hadn't seen in years and they're both pharmacy. Oh Mr Pruitt you're the good you were listening every no we're gonNA pay attention Ah That's the five year old Lang seeds and not thinking about the harvest because the seeds they grow you know and being being grateful. Yeah that's to me that's the most important. Besides of course. Having that re alignment with your higher God Self Universe whatever you WANNA call it. That's that's getting the kids. I call it you like this doc I call it got calm. Dot Com in thankful and tranquil. So early early in the morning five minutes. She's quietly it's not religion it's instance. Hey it's like now what it is what it is. They're folks who are fearful earful and the little dark room or negatives are developed. Here's what it is in the morning in the afternoon and it's unit helps children because they find peace. Yes and that's and then when you have that in practice that when all the storms come about guess years you you can still stays peaceful. You don't go crazy takes practice. Well the thing I taught kids for years you know when things are crazy call. And when things are calm via crazy creatively crazzy yet. Well that's what it's about that's exactly right. I like to get on the elevators and just just have lots of fun and you start asking questions. Nader's high dried. Know all of you. Why are you here with me? And what brought us to this. Did you know that coincidences are God's way of remaining anonymous and you have everybody meets. There's there's a In the happy movies there's ago who wrote the book flow. I I have to share with you. I get it flow all day long. I do I get on a frequency. I'm raffle people laughing enjoying it. And they don't let people Disturbed my day. You know I was loved that line by the kindergartner. Don't let their bad day. Be Your a bad day or year. Bad debuted they'll they play angry tag with people. I love it anglicized. We do that violence. Yeah let me do my Richard Nixon for you ready for Richard Nixon. Oh Aw you know what the last thing Richard Nixon seventy four left office. I did this on its on youtube for me. Introducing the bread and roses show. It goes there there are people out there and they will hate you when they will only win if they get you to hate them back you throw yourself shake take memo in kindergarten comes around goes around. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast. When you removed or motivated please let us know how other show influenced your life? emailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can and benefit you. 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174 - Michael Eisenmenger & Dr. Cheryl Ep. 2

Wealth Transformation Podcast

21:10 min | 1 year ago

174 - Michael Eisenmenger & Dr. Cheryl Ep. 2

"Are you so full of fear? You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host. Dr Cheryl Shire our special guest. This evening is Michael is manger. This is a second segment of a two part discussion with Michael. Michael is in manger. Michael is an educator print and web designer and media producer he did community outreach and education at the Manhattan Neighborhood Network in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. He Co founded the Mary. Excuse me the May first. Technology collective formerly called media jumps. Start where he was on staff until two thousand three. He is a member of the paper. Tiger television collective aboard member of Videos Zammit an international coalition for Democratic Communication and was one of the founding members of the New York Media Alliance and the Autonomous Media Project. He has also worked in the projects of independent centers and coordinated that the projects television satellite casts from Seattle Washington and Mexico City. Michael also co-founded Media Jumpstart a nonprofit organization providing database web and technical assistance to The New York City Progressive Nonprofit Community. Michael later helped launch and directed the Daily News Program Grit TV with Laura Flanders in two thousand eight. Michael is currently the Executive Director of community media center of Marin if it weren't for C. MCM Community Media Center of Marin. This show wouldn't be airing welcome. Michael This is an honor to have you on our show especially since you're the director of Marine TV creativity a lot of ways of researchers. Yeah love it. So it's it's great for youth I feel like we have some good models. So hopefully we'll we'll start seeing that grow Meanwhile the government front. I mean we're just busy busy busy getting getting equipment into the city so we just finished an installation in San Anselmo Did a test shoot of their council meeting this past week and we'll have them on the air soon so soon by Lawrenceburg okay. So how many cities are you said? Six right now we have We did an installation in mill valley over three years ago so they they have someone else do their production but we carry them live and Sausalito. We gave them some support in equipment. So we're carrying them San Rafael And Fairfax we we produce regularly. Then we carry the county meetings As well pro provided them some technical support over time as I said we're just finishing San Anselmo larks spur and maybe Ross later. And anyone else who wants to jump on board? So then that's that's important. It's amazing in Marin in particular People really tune in for their local council meetings. Planning Commission meetings that government that level of government transparency is really important to the citizens here. And it's important. So that didn't elected officials to Fairfax in particular is really happy to have that opportunity People will watch their meetings live and if they have an interest on an issue though. Walk Down City Hall. You know to the meeting A participatory democracy. Is You know something that lives through the you know through the channel. Now I see you're coming alive talking about this Michael so please elaborate because I know you before we had a very short conversation about the democracy and and talking about that well I mean it goes back to what I mentioned earlier. I mean having these non commercial venues allows for types of communication. That just don't take place otherwise so you know. I mean there's a form of you know the government channel on C. Span. You know and people hold c-span very dear. It's something that's very you know it's an moderated its gavel to gavel coverage so we're talking about really nitty gritty about the governmental. Was Watching your government. Work Not Work. You know whatever whatever the case may be having that transparency where you you know. Government is an open window. And that's that's important to camera in Washington DC. What I'm saying. The province Washington is my policy. Doesn't happen public airings anyway but put at the local level. It's different and it's that people to have that opportunity to look in and You know as you know. We worked with the League of Women Voters and on their debates and some of our members election show this year and the election results which was great. So that's something that I think is important to the communities here and that's what we try to do here at the centers you know. Listen to what the community wants and needs and and try and be responsive center isn't responsive at has reason to and community media's never it's never static if it becomes static becomes ossified. It's it's dead any way possible to get you know the the Viewership of what's going on. I know that's pie in the sky because I know it costs a lot of money. I mean there's no way to know precisely I mean comcast of course would no with digital cable. They know they know what you're watching. Share that information it's proprietary and you know they're not GonNa want share that the traditional route was Nielsen ratings or arbitron which are paid services. They generally do commercial channels when they can do a survey for you for about twenty thousand usually centers like this to every so often though do a phone survey you know random sampling and check in and this isn't there. Aren't there about seventy thousand members subscribers subscribers? Yeah Yeah Yeah. So virtually it's virtually every household and Miranda. There's a lot of people without cable and they can watch on the Internet There's dish subscribers. Of course which you know don't receive the access channels It's yeah that's a tough thing. We get asked that a lot and it's one of the more frustrating things. I think our board will probably commission a phone study at some point. Okay so that would come into action from the board. Yeah it's it's it's a considerable expenditure so has to be done for good calls. And what would that be? The costs said good. 'cause causeway usually usually it's done when during contract negotiations on typically it's done when a franchise authority city. Their contract is up for renegotiation with cable. Well it's a six years ago but usually it's done then as so. It can demonstrate the viability of the public access channels to the community and the municipalities more chance right requests more than volunteering to call. We kind of it kind of circulated then it was dropped to do a phone. Be Happy to go. Yeah we usually Yeah usually outsource to a third party. This random SAM more passion behind it is associated to we do have a survey online and we run spots and ask people become you know. Come to that webpage. Just fill out a form and that's really helpful. Response its periodic. We'll we'll get a few every now and then but you know the responses people very thoughtful and the You know when they respond in detail. It's actually really helpful so just a quick sampling of the hundred or so we got you know off the Bat More people are watching the government channel. Then we realized I'm about half the respondents said. They watched the government channel regularly. You now that I didn't really anticipate that on the community channel. I mean they mentioned a few programs. We like you know. The usual suspects are always mentioned. The most democracy house national show but it was a good cross section of you know of other locally produced programs An educational channel people like that we We don't have a lot of local educational content. Yeah we're still trying to build that so how you doing now with with the work in the schools trying to get that we do get a lot of content from Dominican they they videotape a lot of their own leadership lecture series and some other events so they give us those in the regular marine. I haven't gotten much from the move with appropriate center. There were post them on a number of occasions that they have representative on our board. But there just isn't any content being Yeah we'd like to see more from them. So you know an interim our staff go out and you know pick up college courses from institutions around the country and people like that given the demographics of Marin lifelong learning is something this very real very yes. We have a very Transformational community actually kind of some levels ahead of its time and it's Yeah and And others Civil Grand Jury Report. That just came out on on on that whether enough attention is being paid to the demographics of Marin base Well the the civil grand jury report from. I just read a little blurb on the Pacific Sun. They'd done a report I think. Five years ago You know just raising the issue and putting some cautions out there about things that should be Wheels that should be put in motion. And you know projects that should be talked about. Apparently none of that has happened just specifically in Marin via the I know we're as unlike a lot of communities I mean that's a disproportionately high number of of seniors. It seems like people were in. Love live a long time. That's a good thing. We do tend to be more healthy physically exactly emotionally focused on transformation from the inside. No it's a very healthy community and a lot of ways and But it has to evolve to address that when it reaches a point where you know greater numbers of its population or over fifty five the younger generation. I mean I I don't know I mean they're doing this too much you know. So it's life need to get out of that bubble little bit. I think to focus on what we're talking about. Yeah Yeah we've you know we. We are actively recruiting young people to come in there you know. Of course. Very savvy with new technologies. Well they've got that. There's that's a given focusing this Sunday quite well. I mean yeah I would love to see more young people in the center on a more frequent basis taking advantage of the opportunities that are here. How do you think we can do that? Well we've been you know as I said we've been outreaching. I think a lot of the work we're doing with the schools will help You know it's it takes time to evolve things like that. This is also a community where there's a lot people have. A lot of young people have technology tools. They need at home. You can sit in front of your computer and make a video so I think what you know what they need or collaborative environments draws them together things like the maker movement which is really effective at that maker movement the maker Movement as Kevin. Do It yourself technology now. And it's it's youth driven project. It's very popular here. In Marin back it started in the bay area You don't WanNA use that active next door. There was a lot of media production going on John. Mcleod who runs the computer clubhouse You know they were very active. They were producing performances Music performances dance performances. We'd set up equipment. They're they're doing multi camera shoots Really really beautiful thing I think. Youth need a space like that and marina a place to call their own where they can. You know develop projects on their own terms and and that did exist. You know. Unfortunately it's kind of fell fell apart. It was foundation funded and that they should focus the hopefully things like. I'm sure things like that are happening informally around the county. Well the Marin Youth organization that you're talking about Mike got my daughter when she was in high school. I got her to do a little training in the Concessions so she learned how to deal with money. You know and the you know the public interaction and then that's kind of what started her career. I mean it was like an edge. She went from that to a hostess. So that's the best thing for youth have opportunities to try different things and yeah that that that helps determine forcing my and parents that were you know. Didn't force me to anyone niche and they let me explore siblings. Brothers one brother and yeah we were allowed to kind of choose your own path. One brother that's passed the other is an education So we we've fortunate. I feel like I've always been. I've always worked nonprofit environments and no matter what environment I've been in. It's it's been educational. Even a paper tiger was kind of a mentoring organization When I started there I was mentored by the older members who were most of them are working media professionals. This is something we didn't free time and the longer I stayed there the more I became. I took on that role and I think that's important. I think yeah I think every I mean every day every moment as a teaching moment where either teachers or students I mean. That's that's what life's about. That's what gives it gives it the well. That's what life's about. That's the energy that exactly. That's if you ever stop learning stuff living might as well say by well. This has been great Michael. I is there anything that you would like to share before we There's other than becoming supporter of the media. Center just briefly there is a piece of legislation that will be getting into Congress. And so if you watch our website or sign up for our email alerts on our website will send you information but in the near future. We anticipate there'll be a call for people to sign petitions and a letter to your congressperson. It's legislation that affects centers like this around the country and it's a good legislation actually came out of California the California Assembly and the Senate just passed it and it just changes a little tweaks to language of the Communication Act in a more favorable way toward Public Education governmental media. Does that mean? Just can't can you. Summarize it removes The spending restrictions on the funds that are received by centers like this. Yeah the the current legislation which had been overridden by local franchises. But now that. There's statewide franchises. The federal language becomes the law and that stipulates that peg can only be used for capital expenditures. Which means you know we could buy all the equipment wanted but we couldn't hire anyone to teach people how to use it It's a silly change Cable operators ironically are fighting it So so we will need a lot of public support. Where can they go? And when is that going to be into motion well just came out of the California Assembly so it has some legs now? We had a similar bill. In Congress that languished you know over several everything languages and Congress these days this. I think it's a smaller leaner. Bill probably get attached onto an appropriations act of you know or some other piece of legislation. it's very simple and I think I have a good chance of getting through with getting stripped out so they'll we'll probably just be calling on people to get their congress. Congress member Congress persons to ensure that it gets into the legislation. Okay so so. The petition is should be signed first and foremost. We'll we'll we'll outreach. The people were to go. Yeah okay there's nothing to sign yet will work and this and this is good news. I mean in almost everything we've seen lately on that neutrality. You know all the mergers eighteen C and comcast. Sometimes I look it out. It's a different show that this is a good piece of legislation. So hopefully something good to come from okay. So we'll we'll we'll get that information as soon as possible then the soon as reading available to to do that website as soon as there's place to go good okay. Okay well thank you so thank you Michael and thank you viewers and now now we see who Michael Eisen monger ends. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guest to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life by emailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight one as a gift you can get doctor. Cheryl's Book Wealth Transformation Integrity Integrity Integrity for only the cost of postage seven dollars ninety five cents until next. I feel healthy and happy in your wealth. No matter where you are in your life.

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152 - Kim Ireland and Dr. Cheryl

Wealth Transformation Podcast

27:12 min | 1 year ago

152 - Kim Ireland and Dr. Cheryl

"They are useful of fear. You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. Shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship. Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation Pot. Now here's your host Dr Cheryl Shire a brave and special guests this evening Cam Ireland originally from Rhode Island. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. From Clark's Clarkson College Clarkson University in Potsdam New York in one thousand nine hundred sixty three Kim served as an officer in the US Army Corps of Engineers in for two and a half years in Heidelberg Germany. He met his Norwegian wife. While stationed in Heidelberg Kim worked for Union Carbide Corporation in their chemical division for six years and then formed a small chemicals specialty company and sold it after fifteen years. Kim has worked in different. Entrepreneurial Capacity's over the last twenty plus years in environmental and holistic health arena. They Kim is an active participant in architects and engineers for nine eleven truth since two thousand nine. Kim has studied and experienced what is called the disaster. Capitalism topic for which we are discussing tonight will be or may be controversial but then he has researched and and professional experience with chemicals. Too much control ingred in the wrong hands when the power mongers are playing God and controlling the weather with chemicals. This has gone too far and we have to take a hard look at this and then plan for a solution and the solution starts with education. This is part one part two of a two part series with Kim before we start our show. I came across this interview with Warren Buffett that I would like to share as an intro to capitalism from his perspective. Always make mistakes mistakes in any fun. We didn't make mistakes play golfing. Everyone eighteen holes on hold on one. I wouldn't be playing off for a very long. You have to go to the rough occasionally to make the interesting too often. Though what money money climb checks? It's a claim check on the food on the output of others in the future. I have a pile of dollar bills or pile of stock certificates or pile of bonds those represent claim checks which I or charity or my descendants or my spouse or whomever can use to exchange for the goods and services produced by. Somebody else will work for that. I can hire now if I wanted to hire thousands of people to sit everyday paint my portrait employed and I could use these claim checks. I could be looked for the perfect portrait of myself. I would never find it. Because I don't look like armor Schwarzenegger but I keep looking for the guy that would try and make me look that way and I kept handing out these claims Jackson. I would command that person services the wrestler life. They wouldn't do anything else for society at all and you know like adult myself. A Wonderful Pyramid. I can say you know. Why should people have the ability Egypt to see one of these things? So I'll spend all of these claim checks I've got and just have all thousands of people will have them in loincloth. You know like the original casten beat a male production and a hall is blocks of granite. We'll build a pyramid. Make people forget all about Egypt and that would command. The services of other people's money will let you you can exchange these little piece of paper for other people's goods and services in the future and the wisdom with which you do that or you're on proclivities You know depends on very much on the individual and some people bill Burr Madson. I hope other people engage in cancer research. My family and I had everything we could possibly need for the last fifty years but also fifty years ago my wife and I decided that that the on taking care of ourselves that there was no reason to set up so the next twenty five generations of little buffet. Kids could keep using these checks so they didn't have anything to contribute to society and that there were better uses for those claim checks and the one way or another. The money was going to go back to society. And and now you know. Philanthropy is the The logical way to do it and the question is who would who would be best at using those claim checks benefit six million and six billion people around the world and I decided that the foundations that I've that I'm allocating the Claim checks to. We'll do a first class job by then so far. I'm very pleased about them. I think generally the keeping debtor relatively Within a range of GDP make sense. I mean I don't think you want that decline To one hundred percent of GDP. I don't think you want to pay off the national debt. I think if the American worker told by a politician twenty years from now that money works forty hours. An hour and a half of that every week is going simply to service. The debts incurred by the previous generation because they over consumed. I think that he would. He would say I'm not interested in doing that anymore. I mean let's. Let's take an extreme example. Let's say that that Back at the time of the revolution and I'll we'd send somebody over to say kings. Your Jimmy say listen. This fight is hardly worth it. I mean you're GONNA have a lot of people get killed. We're not allowed people get killed. Why don't we just make a deal with you? We want our independence. We're kind of a pain in the neck anyway. So why don't we give you three percent of our output forever and you give us our freedom now King George might like that and the American Communists might like that. I mean three percent of your output. We weren't producing that much anyway. Say you're going to war. Maybe shot killed and everything else. So the first generation would say it's a fair deal three percent royalty to the to the English. We get our freedom. Nobody GETS KILLED. The next generation might even be okay with my dad told me escape getting killed in the war and it's all free percent of it. It wouldn't work now if we were giving three percent of the output of the United States to England for freeing US two hundred twenty or whatever might have been years ago. Now something would have happened. You know we'd have fought a war with them over. We'd have repudiated something would have happened. People just don't point they said how would that and and countries have repudiated. That's in the past. It's much easier. Just inflate your way out of it. I mean if I could finance all my own consumption today by handing out something called warm bucks or a warrant. I use and I had the power to determine the value. Those I always overtime believe me. I would make sure that when I repaid them ten or twenty years from now that they were worth less You know per unit than they are today so it's any company any country that that piles up extra debt. We'll have a great temptation inflate overtime. And that means that our currency relative to other major currencies as likely to depreciate over time in my bill well there's enormous disparities and in terms of how the benefits of the society Been distributed Spurred have gotten wider and our tax system has favored enormously the rich I am now treated as sort of an endangered species by the government. They want to make sure nothing. Bad happens to me. So so I got a tax rate of fifteen percent counting payroll taxes virtually on a very large income and the average American is paying a higher tax rate than I most members of the forty four hundred or paying if you cut payroll taxes. They I think it's a bad thing but I think our tax system is gone very much. Orion last In the last ten. I mean it wasn't this way fifty years ago but even even those on the low end are doing far better than people were the ones on high end. We're doing one hundred years ago. I mean there are many many things that I person- earning a normal wage in this country can do enjoy that. Johnny Rockefeller couldn't do and couldn't enjoy. It's it's it's it's it's a rising tide has lifted the boats. But it's lifted the allowed the clock faster. Welcome Kim. I'm so glad that you could be here in. Come on my show. Thank you Sheryl Especially since I went to get her Right before Christmas to do to volunteer for any cast and we tried to get you to come on and do a grieving and we started to engage in conversation. And you said look hub and I'm thinking why so. This is the reason I had you. Come on the show his why. Why was I looking up? Well thank you very much. Well Yeah I I have a habit of looking up at the sky and this has been going on for me for about eight years now since I learned about This operation called Geo Engineering which is actually a way of controlling the weather Through spraying of chemicals from planes. And it's the the word for the The spray that's From the plains is normally identified as chem trails But it's all it also referred to as Geo Engineering the whole field of controlling weather. So when I walked out of good earth I looked up and I saw these chem trails huge chem trails making like an x formation right over good earth and it. It just really frosts me when I see these well. It was no mistake that you walked in and met me our with Marin TV. Because it's so important. Because it's as I'm learning. You know with some of the links you sent me Disaster Capitalism and since my show is about healing that relationship with Wealth which is everything really in our life not just money but it's you know focusing in on the ones that are manipulating it to their benefit. So tell me what what a con trail is versus a chem trail. Okay Yeah contrails are The natural White cloud trail that you see behind a high flying jet aircraft and This probably dates back to the omay. Be The nineteen sixties or seventies when Jets started flying at high altitudes in creating these contrails. And what it is it's Jet Exhaust that is condensing into These clouds That we can see as a trail and it It has a unique way of forming. Because it takes probably a plane length to actually form the trail and then at dissipate after. Oh maybe thirty to ninety seconds. That trail is gone because the the moisture evaporates so. That's a normal contrails that we've seen for the last forty or fifty years but now what we're seeing over. The last ten to fifteen years is another type of trail and that's the campaign trail that doesn't dissipate like the contrast so the campaign trail is what you call chemical trail. Yeah camp trail means Is the name was actually coined by the Air Force? Odd- oddly enough And it's It's it's the actual spraying of chemicals to achieve some objective with the weather. So you're trying to You're trying to either dry out the atmosphere. You're trying to Do something manipulate the atmosphere so that the weather will change in a way that That you wanted to change so is this. Do you think this is from the corporate environment or the government environment You know that are that are manipulating this. Yeah well The patents that are That are on file. are largely a largely relate to The government operations so the air For one has been involved in this type of Operation from long time. They want to do this well as part of a mission To deny the enemy cover or this type of thing in military operations They used the weather As part of their strategy in a Oh so it's a warfare type thing yeah okay. So why are they doing here? And Marin County yeah well that's a really good question this this is going on All over now I've seen it for the last eight years. I traveled of Bio motorhome. All over the West Coast. I've seen it predominantly inland as opposed to on the coast for some reason but in the last month. it's been very heavy Spraying here in. Marin for I don't know what the reason is One of the questions in my mind is if there's any connection between it and the drought that has been going on here for Actually the last year so as far as that goes I mean. What's what's the profitability for for someone to do that. Well you know to manipulate to have a drought. Yeah that's a good question. I don't know what the the motive would be in a case like this but I do know that One of the common elements Or chemicals that sprayed is aluminum and aluminum Oxide is desolate. So it tends to dry out the atmosphere so I've noticed Oftentimes when rain is on the forecast for a couple of days out. Start to see spraying coming in for that day or two before the Forecasted rain and then then the rain doesn't happen and I've seen that happened many many times. I don't understand that. Why are they doing that? May I mean you shared with me? A doctor Blaylock's Website and his video. And he's a of a neurosurgeon. Who's done years of study on on this particular subject? And he was saying that the Nanno aluminum particles that are coming out of that Create Asthma and Alzheimer's and memory problems. But you can't see it so no one's aware of it unless we bring it up like this talk about it I that to me is man's inhumanity to man. Why are you doing this or you know? There's there's a plot a plan or something you know but there's gotta be some material reason why they're doing for you know as far as money goes. There's you know has cost him a lot of money to do that right right. Yeah unfortunately that's not shared with us and in actuality This whole area is basically in denial There have been Request made to the government to Come forth and explain what they're doing and Basically they deny it and probably the the actually hiding behind is the the military significance of it enables them to Simply say that it's You know it's it's secret strategy. and But at the cost of our health I mean Dr Blaylock says to how you down. Thank you for sharing that video with me that link because he was saying that to use Saffron and DA to counter act this aluminum breathing right. That's going into our our system right. Yeah aluminum is Has Been Found to be a Contributor to Alzheimer's is one of the the big ones And also to other mental disorders Particularly with children. And so you know if you look at the Rate of of a increase in these diseases over the last ten or fifteen years it pretty much tracks the increase in This spring that's going on also in Agricultural applications as well so It's something that we really need to pay attention to and I would like to To help your viewers tonight to understand a little bit of what they're looking for when they do look up and this is what I would like to encourage people to do is to whenever you see A trail behind the plane. Look up at that trail and try and determine for yourself whether it's a contra El which is a legitimate exhaust trail behind all jets at high altitude or whether it's a chem trail which is a A spray plane that's In some kind of spray operation. See I just I. I in infuriates me to think that we're being used. I think you used the term like we're insects right. Yeah exactly and read about on the board here is just a simple plane that you're looking at. The Sky is flying overhead. And I'm GonNa show you what a contrails looks like. These have been happening for forty fifty sixty years as long as high. Flying jets have been flying in the sky. So what you'll see behind this high flying jet is you'll see a exhaust trail starting to form about a plane length behind the plane so this distance from the start of the trail. The exhaust trail to the plane is not here. Exactly a a plane lake. But it'll be about a plane link that you'll see and then this whole come together this exhaust trail and it will just form like a tail out here and this will end up this painting and about thirty to ninety seconds and it may be as long as like ten or fifteen or twenty playing likes and then it evaporates disappears. Just like if you're up in Lake Tahoe and you're breathing on a cold day and you breathe out and you see like a little contract coming out and then Bingo at disappears. Same thing with the jet okay. So this is this is what is A legitimate contrel from a jet High flying jet plane okay. Now what we're here to talk about tonight. Is these lingering what are called lingering contrails by some? But they're not actually lingering contrails there chem trails so we'll call them for what they are chem trails and the big difference. It that we can see right away when we look up and we see a trail forming is we'll see the trail starting right at the wing tip of the plane. Usually it's the right behind the The I wing and it doesn't have to be the behind the engine. It's really hard to see at when these high flying planes exactly where the engine is anyway. But it's coming right off the wingtip either the front wing tip or the rear wing team. Sometimes you see him coming off a here okay. And they start coming out. And they'll be billowing. Thick looks like Looks like smoke And then several. Oh maybe a ways behind the plane you'll see them start to spread out and they form like ropes curly. Hughes start to form on both sides. You'll see him like this. This is actually the they start to disperse and these are formed by the pulsing of the pump in the plane. That's actually pumping out this material. That is forming the campaign trail. And you never see this in a controversial because it's just from the jet engine revolution which is you know thousands of revolutions per minute versus here. it's the the revolutions are much much slower. So you can actually see the definition and this is one of the real identifying characteristics of the chem trails that you will say and the other is that it starts right from the plane because these do not have to condense in the same way as a contrails does it's a material being sprayed I think most of the time it's actually a powder it can also be a liquid but obviously aluminum powder is a A material that does form a a collar white it from that standpoint it looks similar to contra but that's the only the only way it looks similar so these are the camp trails. They'll dealt spread out four different distances. It may last the entire day it may last an hour I I don't know why They last those different links tiny could be different materials or it could be a different atmospheric conditions We don't know all the details on these chem trails. But it's it's obvious when you look up that you can see the difference and then you'll also notice in the atmosphere that there will be a haze oftentimes for a day or two following the spray operation. You'll see a haze in the in the air. That is uncharacteristic for the area particularly here in the San Francisco and Marin area where we have very little air pollution and will end up with it looked like Los Angeles so these are some of the things that you can look for on the chem trails when you're trying to spot them and and show your friends and family what's happening I think this is very very important that we get a grip on on what these things are that it's real and that we need to do something about it. Thank you thank you so much for being here to come on and share with your viewers my experiences. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the Information. 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055 Kathleen Scherek and Dr Cheryl

"Are you so full of fear. You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you how to shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship. Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. I'm Dr Cheryl. We have a very special Sean Guest Kathleen Sharokh and she is an award winning educator and she's an author and a sacred rid parenting coach and that's the key we are the wealth of sacred parenting she mentors parents to be new parents grandparents and child professionals who care for young children for the first seven years of their life for more than Thirty Years Kathleen has studied neuroscience child development energy psychology vibrational health quantum physics and world religions move. She has been a top international consultant for fortune. Two hundred executives she has received professional recommendations or commendations from the White House House for improving organizational performance in the United States Kathleen co-founded the Montessori based school. Oh and has served thousands of families and is a founding member of the trustee of several foundations Kathleen. Welcome welcome welcome. I'm just very happy to have you in all your Plethora of information and education on the show show welcome. Thank you Dr Cheryl. Let's have some fun. Let's have some good conversation. We always do. Yes yes we actually met in April. I think we were doing a class for the podcasting. Yes that's how we met and so I'm I'm happy that we have because I was very impressed with you from the get-go and your contribution and your book sacred cred parenting be able to be released or that's a that's a good question. It's in the works right now. The working title is the sacred cred parent nine keys to consciously onboard your child into a thriving life so that is we will. I will let you know as soon as I know good good so you know let's tell give a little background of yourself on how you got to where you are today. Oh I got to where I am well. That's longer conversation but we have a few minutes before we dig it over. There are some funny funny things about when I was ten years old when a girlfriend and I had our first school we did marketing brochures and leafletted the neighborhoods and we had a full class during the summer heat at age ten. I mentioning net because there's research now that shows that for women in particular there isn't the same research for men but for women in particular they often later in life gravitate towards those things that they were passionate about between the ages of ten and twelve and so it's so interesting I I really. I never considered myself a teacher or an educator or thought. I would do that in fact I've spent as you mentioned. They're a good portion of my professional career in the corporate world and but I did find that I was pulled really when you're called to do something you can't you. You can't turn away from it. It's everywhere you go. You're you're feeling it and to to Co found the school now twenty four years ago with an organic chefs and with the latest in brain research and with fifteen acres that these children children can help help raise llamas and chickens and just all the grounded nece that comes with nature in those early years of life and they needed today especially with the tech absolutely absolutely it's a it's it's a natural balancer and again research shows even dirt has such beautiful wonderful chemicals in it that making mud pies is actually healthy for babies you know for children so but I found myself at points of my life teaching Montessori Korea preschoolers in the morning and then advising international executives about corporate strategy in the afternoon and this beautiful dichotomy between between the two different worlds and yet they're they really are similar worlds. There are some yeah absolutely there's things in business that are critical all to running a successful organization that are that are the same to creating a holistic family presence so there's some some beautiful synergies that happened from it but I I ended up finding Dr Cheryl and I'm sure you've had guests that have probably done this as well that that I could not not go too long in my professional career without having a hand in something having to do with my real passion and for me that was little children children and the first seven years of life is what I'm passionate about. I call it seven years of sacred and it begins one year before birth so it really is preconception as well. Wow I mean that that says a lot you know because some people you know a lot of women and men women get pregnant and they're not even planning it. You're not planning and they may not realize pregnant for a couple of months and there's all you know wonderful things because it happened with with the way children come to us you know so and it's interesting. Dr Share that my first research which project I'm just remembering this now when I was in fifth grade had to do with babies. My father was a chief of staff. Ob Gyn no wonder you have this influence. I have some influence and I'm realizing you know that I was in my first delivery room burst at around around the age of Ken. Oh Wow oh well you know that was a blessing that your father gave you it really was and the woman who who allowed me to be there and and the mom mom because it was it was a trance transcendent experience can imagine especially at ten. whoa yeah absolutely so that really spurred your passion? Russian too well it. I had grounded me and that that I wasn't aware of again for decades because I went off to do a lot of things I'm an entrepreneur. I've created a a number of organizations nonprofit profit small business foundations and and things like that so I'm an I'm an innovator at heart and I did not think I would be back in this field again every when you turn one way and your heart isn't filled with that work you you turn towards the work that fills your heart. That work has to do with children yeah. I think that that's true for even today. That's becoming more prevalent because it's being gene supported even more because you know the corporate foundation of the ethics and integrity have been compromised and and I mean that was my journey and to help me get on this path is to make it you know more ethical and more have more more integrity and I think that people are focusing more on their passion and their purpose and that that's so important I hope so you know it really is the engine that drives us and and you know that the children come in already with that purpose within them and it's up to us to kind of see the clues. They're giving US clues all the time right. Watch the clues and look for the treasures. Look for the gems. What are the things that this child is is naturally drawn to that that my own filter would not see unless I am aware of it and when that children's speak to us without words and that purpose is within them already and part of our reason for being is to help them and develop that purpose other than just seen and supporting them. What else can parents do to help their children adult children. Small children be successful well they. I've always said that. Children need four things one to be loved and valued. It sounds like common sense that unless we are mindful of it it's it can escape us that does this child feel loved and valued in this moment. Does this child feel loved and valued in this day in this interaction in that I'm having does this. Child feel loved and valued. That's number one secondly that the child is able to be seen for who they uniquely are not who we want them to be more who we were not perhaps or who we wanted to be and were not but for who they uniquely are who they came here to to be the third thing is to realize as we were just saying that they have a divine purpose on the planet and there may be more than than one purpose purpose. That's another conversation but that they they have it already within them. So the fourth thing is that it's all part of our role if we have a child in our life either as a parent the grandparents and aunt and uncle a neighbor a teacher a healer Dula whatever role we may have in a child's life that that that we have some kind of a role in their divine plan on the on the planet and I think the biggest one is supporting them you know and and then having them supporting them being around other adults or children that are you know can support them to you know it does take the village saying that particular way but it's true you know it takes a team takes village so village the village village starts with one and it starts with a child and then it starts with an adult that sees the child and when you have a village that it has clear sight. That's the best possible all scenario because we all find that you know we have our own psychology that can both help us and hinder us one where one we're nurturing child and when the more that we can be aware of our own psychology and seek to who constantly resolve or come to some kind of resolution with our own psychology in good ways that that enables us nice to see more clearly who that child uniquely is what they're what they're here to do what they might be here to do and how does having studied neuroscience. How does this affect what you're doing. In what way well I mean psychology and neuroscience yeah I mean I know they're not exactly in alignment but they worked together so you know how does that affect you know the neuroscience in this sacred parenting so there's there's so much more known about neuroscience now than there was thirty years ago but that's when I became passionate about it thirty actually thirty one years ago I can remember clearly when I was pregnant with my first child. I took a brain in development course that Dr Cheryl was based on research done with children who had TBI traumatic brain injury and so the research and the activities and the exercises that were done to to help heal and bring about more norm more normalized life for children with traumatic brain injuries that research than when applied to normal children helps children be prepared neurologically and brain development wise for for a healthier expression of their lives. There's some there's some simple things. There's a they sound simple but they they really are pretty profound. getting ready for me and my. I have their people that do this. In the business environment getting ready for a meeting they may do a across crawl across lateral crawl and to cross the mid line of the body and integrate both hemispheres hemispheres of the brain so that you can be fully alert. There's something that for children we call elephant ears that you curl back the edges of your ears and at at works with the acupuncture points in the years that wake us up so the integration of neuroscience with both biology and psychology not is it really is a wonderful collaboration that has happened more that is happening more and more and when we the thing that I always get so excited about is there's a new research that comes out and if we can take that and apply it to our early relationship relationship with a child. That's where the sweet spot is to me. That's where that's where in business parlance we go upstream in the process we go upstream to where where the child is entering life and actually use these kinds of exercises and use the things that we know about energy and practice it so that the CIA it it is the child's normal environments. Can you give like one example. Both yes absolutely so we know that for children the stimulus system that keeps us balanced is important in the learning process so children who are eight nine ten that have some issues with learning will be encouraged to do some exercises that help with their balance well when they're infants we can supersede this process if you will by rolling on the ground with interest. I rolling on the ground rolling down the hill on the hills I used to have my we lived on a ranch and I used to have her do that from the top of the hill in a blanket because you know there's so much stuff on the crown even poop she growth yes and so young from a very young young age we can. We can do this with infants. There's a way to roll where you just protecting the infant but they're they're developing their vestibular system very early on and also a mini trampolines are awesome for for a jumping and developing again the vestibular their system. The inner ear is so crucial to learning later on and it's bound hand eye development yeah and but so when children are not only exposed to it but it's part of their kind of regular day or routine or something they are they're building their own resiliency eighty and their own way of learning and their way of intaking the world buried directly in a biological sense now. Isn't this also good for adults to do one hundred the one hundred percent rolling trampoline there is there are exercises called brain gym which are phenomenal created by Paul Denison. Maybe thirty years ago are all and that's where the elephant ears elephant ears before I you know before we got connected this morning. Ray At so before business meetings there's tapping on different print of our body can help either sue US or awaken us or integrate us so that we have more more cohesive thought patterns and things like that. There's absolutely we can be using it and I find. I have young grandchildren now now and the rolling. There's such joy that they have will. You can't help laugh you. Can't I mean it's a happy thing absolutely is and when they start to do it on their own. It's it becomes self. Regulation children move naturally when they because they need to so yeah all these things within our educational system and to keep children in chairs facing the front. Stay still it's anti neuroscience science and it's like it's it's tickling them so they will laugh the most meant so absolutely louis how how `bout vibrational health how how can you explain that in this you know applying it well so vibrational health would be the application of energy to our daily life and in a healthy way for example. We know that food carries energy. We know that our bodies carry energy. We know that we know that the work done by Dr Candace pert thirty some years ago in her book molecules of emotion. We know that emotion is carried. I read in the cells of our body well when we also know that there are cells an atoms are livewires then our emotions have an electric mark quality to them and that energetic quality is a vibration that can be measured and so when when we talk about things like ration- or resonance or entrenchment these are these are energetic terms that to help us understand the impact that we can have with our emotions when we enter a room one. We're on a phone call when we're talking with our child and how we most of us know some kind of example of entertainment for example college girls when when they room together they often get on a similar menstrual cycle running. That's that's treatment so there there are everyday examples of entertainment and if we can again use that notion of heart math research so hard math institute a two-day in California where you are and about twenty five years ago they have they've done such a phenomenal research with the heart variability rate and how we can control our emotions in a very healthy way by having a calm heart variability rate that can that is measured heard by instruments and this is measuring the electrical impulses of the heart so I'm saying that because when when we enter a room and heart math research has shown that we affect people with an eight foot radiance of ourselves inferred oh my gosh I thought it was like three foot out and you say it's eight feet eight how aw and what that means is that the gives us an idea of the responsibility that we may have to stay in a certain vibrational alignment alignment with being kind being compassionate. Whatever our values happen to be whatever whatever it is that we would like to be around and if we I embody it. It means that it's more likely to happen because others are likely to happy happy joy joy really okay. It's not my original sane but I love saying good. I love that too and there really is you know when we choose joy. Oy there. There is a palatable vibration that comes with it and there is a whole the the scale of how you measure vibration is is an interesting study in itself because color has vibration sound has vibration our bodies have vibration and so when we talk about vibrational health we're talking about our entire environment. nature has vibration. Everything it has is by brazen. Everything is energy essential quantum physics right there everything energy so when we're aware of it we can more readily take care of it do like navigate it and really master it to me. The goal is really to master master our own energies urging because when we are able to do the vibration energy and how it affects us and everything and I know one thing I wanted to ask or make a comment. was you know it's so important for parents to be in touch with their energy source and their energy when it comes to parenting absolutely that is when we I mean most most of us know when we come home from work or a tough day or a challenging situation we walk in the door and we usually bring everything with us so if we bring saying that to our young children that's what you know we're. We're kind of bringing it as a gift and saying here here we are. Is that really the gift that we wanNA bring or do we want to kind of wash ourselves of some of that energy before we meet the child where they're at because they typically don't carry that energy and you know. I call it the difference between Horizontal Energy and Vertical Energy and the horizontal would be our relationships with things this and people and processes work relationship whatever it might be that are often more entangling our vertical relationship and ship with his which is within ourselves and a higher power or God or the universe or whatever whatever speaks to us the Guardian angels whatever they may be and that vertical energy as opposed to being entangled is more entwined more like a dance so if we in that spot of alignment alignment with the vertical energy when we need our child because that's where they naturally are these young children. That's where they naturally are. They don't know anything different right right and an and I think also it needs to be applied to your spouse to your partners. You know the people you live with and the biggest piece piece as far as my interpretation is being able to let go of like the negative you know let go. Oh you know releasing. Let go before you go in the door absolutely no. It's not always easy because of the emotional impact but you know Oh. It's so important. There's the game that consciousness that awareness. Yes yeah and you know when when children are little you can. There's there's different the things you can set up to help you get to help you get let go to help you. Let go and I call them there. It's a pattern interrupt so hello pattern interrupt might be I was a I was a single working mom with children three children under the age of five and I was not able to always be in this align state by any means and stresses that come with all that is i. I'm sure many of your viewers and listeners would understand and probably lived them and at a certain point. I decided I can't do this by myself. I can't let go of these. Thanks bye myself so I enlisted my children and it's something I recommend for for others as well and I help others do this but I listened listened. My children and I said if you here's the deal if you hear something that you don't like from Mommy Mommy sounds unkind or she sounds mean then you can say mommy shake it off and you can them permission to do they gave them permission and I said and then when you say that we're going to jump around like jumping beans and we're going to stay shake it off. Shake it and share old actor Cheryl. You cannot stay in a bad vibration. If you're jumping around like like a jumping it's fun you you. WanNa laugh. Lowly we end up giggling and rolling on the floor and that's getting the endorphins offense going. Absolutely the dopamine is running a you are an oxytocin and so it's a pattern interrupt so that energy just. Tabun got slashed that energy that I came in with from that work environment whatever I was hearing that this child is said Mommy shake it off and boom here. We're jumping. This is great for adults. You do necessarily apply it to children but I mean of course you playa why it to children but just you know adults need to do it. Well and you know that in energy medicine that that this is part of what's happening there shaking at goes on physical letting go you can visualize as well we know the power of visualization for many people well if that's how they can take the world right if they're key learning style and and all of that so absolutely these are things that can and be done with adults mart and we were talking about vibrational health and yes and I just mentioned briefly about food but if we think real quickly about food holding having vibration and sound having vibration then we can imagine a processed processed food. What vibration does it have well. It's it's dead. It's dead as opposed to the are you talking about cooked food or any processed food. Oh process the okay to fresh fresh still carries the vibration the living life force within it so when there's a difference between what we ingest chest in those two different life forces one doesn't have one and one does and I mean I'm. I'm chocolate all the way but I don't necessarily eat it from the plant. You know what I mean right yeah. The Cow Plan Yeah No. I actually have pretty much given up chocolate quit. Oh I know that's even hard for me to say that. It's the sugar and it's not good for my digestion question. Oh Yeah Yep Yep especially the way that it's very hard to find chocolate or many things that are made purely curly that are the least amount of processing possible and and all of that and certainly there are a couple of places that make sugar are sorry bed have have sugar alternatives and I don't mean super-low Sir our aspire to me but of course I mean like Stevia or Zaylon. Tall is a good one yeah tall tall and things but they do have different effects on different people left right yeah. You have to experiment with it because I I've tried because I have have the sugar sensitivity. I've tried all kinds of sugars and I really don't even like Stevia because to me. It tastes kind of chemical in my chemistry three D so I like xylitol in. It doesn't raise the you know the glycemic index. It's a much more expensive life and I don't like paying for it. But what do you do you know it's commitment to being healthy and one at one day they will actually will probably it'd be able to tell us the difference and vibration between all of these differences shooter products yeah well. They're they're coming the Stevia of course most of the Stevia. Yeah we know now is process but if you actually have a leaf from the Stevia tree that's that tastes different real tree. I think it's Bush yeah. So how can we support. How can we support the kids of today especially the millennials. Oh well the millennials yes. That's a big question. I know it is and I and I don't mean to put you on the spot but you know I think how can we support them. You know because they're so entrenched in technology and you know I mean this doesn't apply apply to all of them but the social interaction that communication has really broken down except when they do they're texting you you know but to actually verbalize and how can we support them in in changing rooms yeah the the the biggest thing is to see them for who they are. When you know in some cases they can't see themselves and of course they're. They're developing relationships in a different fashion. They're developing relationships ships through social media. They're developing relationships through the online video gaming. I mean those are communities that are definitely communities that they're part of but it's an entirely different. I I really believe strongly in the power of nature that that is something that every child of every age eighty to eighty so to speak up. I would be wise to regularly be in nature. It is the the consummate normalize the consummate equalizer. It's the we have. It and we ignore it. Most of the time it is is there there is so much richness that can come from spending time in nature without the technology I think I think that's a mother mother. Nature is healing and it's very it is very disturbing and I agree with you. The I just read a statistic that the depression statistics are phenomenal horribly for teens and related directly directly to suicide and this is that's a whole other discussion but this is that we when we can catch children early in life and help them with touchstones for joy touchstones for peace touchstones to help them find themselves and develop with their own sense of self than those touchstones can be there forever that day then later in life when they need help when they need some resilience that they have something that they can pull upon that they can recall that they can vote about of we know the power of the emotions emotions action foundation of healthy application absolutely and the power of emotions. It can't be understated here at all because emotions are what we know is what really manifests our world so we can. We can think in a certain way but when we came wrote then things happen quicker they happen sooner. It's much more powerful energetically to moat than it is to think they're both they're both important. Yes yes the balanced but you know the emotion I mean it's been proven that when someone can feel you after you know listening to you speak their their moved and when it's when they're they aren't as moved through the thinking communication you know but it's it's the heart the heart pace. It's absolutely at and that's that's what I talk about. The journey of parenting being a journey of discernment as opposed to judgement that discernment is a cultivation of the heart and the more that we can cultivate alternate the heart again which carries its own energy and there's research that has shown that the heart actually has more neurons than the brain gene and but there's if we can cultivate the senses of the heart that were that will be okay. We'll not only be okay. We can lead our children children into a more rewarding and fulfilling way of living and this is my concern about the teens right. Now is that families you know this is parenting is hard right now. This is really hard with the technology and the social media and and the number Burger things happening in the world but the expectations of children we have to be careful about and the ABC's the parenting are just really critical and as as being we have to continue to be aware of what the impact is so when when we see that teenage depression is high. What does that mean. If we have a one year old. We need to use that information for two to nurture there are one year old so that they are resilient when they become teenagers and they're still going to go through hormonal changes in biological things but developing a family presence that honors the Child for who they uniquely are an energetically supports them is one way to do it and developing experiences for them. You know one thing that I that comes to mind about this. In the having millennial daughter myself is parents. You know in correct me. If if I'm wrong I think in my evaluation is that parents have not allowed their millennial children to experience pain emotionally and I think that it's it's it's kind of an epidemic because they they have become almost apathetic or Nam Nam as emotionally numb because they had their parents kind of step in. I mean this is this is what I've been observing irving observing and you know that they they the only way you can really learn is to experience. You know work through that experience chance emotionally you know. You can't have it done for you otherwise it doesn't do any good. What's your take on that well. I think a couple of things I think there are ways to impact children so that they are resilient later in life with millennials that that include role role modeling and that's kind of an old way to put it but it it really is energetic modeling they they they words have energy and what you say and who you are has more energy and for the for the millennials annuals you know they're. I hesitate to generalize with them because they're they run a broad spectrum and they parents parents are one influence social media is really the big influence and the be the best thing that parents can do you know there are helicopter helicopter parents now there are long more parents or snowplow parents. Dr Cheryl. Who What do you mean by Snowplow Victor. I think lawnmower and snowplow are similar but it basically is they remove obstacles from that are in their children's way before their children have a chance mystics see. That's what I'm talking about yeah yeah and so this is the this is the new helicopter helicopter parents were the ones that will go even to the college professor. Yes Sir and say my son. You know missed his lunch today here. It is so it is we have to let children and and young adults be themselves. We have to trust that we're here. They're here for a reason and our parenting journey doesn't end but it changes changes to treat them as if they're young when they're older and right there's all kinds of wisdom and that's where that discernment discernment comes in well in discernment is the Sensing of Subtle energies so that we can understand the nuances again with with what I really focus on. Is this the the seven years of sacred early in life when children before they before they're born before they can walk before they can talk. They're giving US clues about who they are and the discernment of those Subtle Energies is where it really is interesting where it's fun where it is. It's like a constant revelation and we're not exactly sure if we're interpreting it correctly or or not and we may not know for five or ten or fifteen years but we we can cultivate that discernment which has to do with vertical energy our vertical alignment then we can more easily see the children for who they are here to be and craft their experiences to allow them to flourish in that and that also is dependent upon how aware the parent is at one hundred yes. That is a key you you know anyway. Oh that's wonderful wonderful information. I think I mentioned the. ABC's you're reminding me to a is aware in the B. Is that get parents especially now Dr Cheryl. They need to be bold. They need to be bold in setting boundaries in in making time a two for two out picture the values of the family if it is a family value to be in nature and and children are are otherwise engaged or or the parents is too tired. You still have to be bold enough to say we're going to be out out there for twenty minutes no matter what you know. I think that's an understatement for what you're saying because especially with what's going on outside died in in the forces that are out there politically the media etc.. I think that is a key totally. It is a key component of being a successful parent especially today well there are many parents who would rather go with the trends rather be seen as part of the pack rather be seen as a following following a new I can only say trends as opposed to developing their own notion of what their values are for their you're on family and the Sea of ABC's has to be curious to be curious about the child and that means removing our own ego and I'm trying to really to see with the heart instead of with our mind and to be open to a different interpretation tation than what our mind might do because children may for example a three year old we may say is misbehaving behaving when in fact they're not misbehaving. They're showing us who they are. They're they're engaging in some kind of activity that shows us how they learned or what they're interested in and or something like that. I never liked to say that that my daughter went through the terrible twos because to me. They're not terrible. She was just I exercising her atonomy. Yeah I don't I don't I actually don't spouse any terrible twos. I think they're terrific. TWOS aretha nominal if you can what I think the term terrible twos comes from when children are two there are are they become interested in developing their own will that's what they're doing and and when it's against what we want them to do then we call it terrible if we instead give them three choices and broad-based voices are acceptable to us. We find that the twos are actually pretty terrific and they're pretty fun. Yes yeah I agree with. You and I think that what you just said and I'm I'm just mirroring back to you is giving them choices. You know I mean that's the key to circumventing some negative energy it is it it's the key to keep them aligned with what they're naturally inclined to do so my goodness what other wonderful yeah that fly just doesn't want to go. He's gone now goodbye. So what else can you share that you know. This is to me such valuable information. I don't think it's old information I think this is all new and sustainable as times change and we're becoming more evolved as human beings on so many level well even though on a lot of levels. It doesn't look like it outside in some areas in in this country or the world but generally I oh I think you know we have opportunities to evolve. Even more and you know I think some of your your teaching is definitely a higher. You're learning thank you. I agree with you that evolves meant is is a worthy goal and it's it's absolutely necessary and and I would so passionate about this sacredness of parenting in these early years being that sweet spot between science and and spirit that sweet spot where the latest research meets ancient wisdom and because there's there's so so much that we know from indigenous cultures that play out in research and to ignore or to dismiss something thing seems silly when in fact there's a sweet spot between the two that when we can apply to early in life can start art to benefit new generations in a new way in a in a new way so I feel absolutely passionate about that and the abilities is that we have to understand enter the energetics of our own bodies our relationships and the food in our environments commits to me. That's the one area where we could have the most impact. The most growth this is this area is exploding in terms so psychology and medicine and all the energetics of it and the energetics of belief the energetics of thought the energetics of emotion ocean and again taking all this phenomenal research. That's happening the energetics of prayer which is now twenty twenty five years worth. Larry Dossey see a very skeptical medical doctor. decided to. Who's written several books has done extensive research coach to understand the what he calls the non-local mind so this is when people are using the power hour of prayer to see doesn't make a difference or not and it does and the AINU don't know who they're praying for and prayers just one form of energy. There's other ways that you can have energy. You can have it through loving thoughts. Kindness compassion some other other ways Liz ation absolutely visualization so these the I think I'm excited about the next twenty years that we will be able to absorb bar of the research research around energetics and apply it to the beginning of life and this is this is what's most exciting to me because it becomes Ban Ki Ponant in our resiliency as we go through life and there there is research that shows right now that children who have a spiritual chill basis in the first several years of life when they become teens. They're less likely to engage in or to be affected by peer pressure her. They're more resilient. They're more independent they have more of a sense of self and and by the way this is research that says a spiritual base not a religious base ace right difference there is because there is not research that shows the religious peace but that's so each but but we this this is the families need to embrace whatever belief system they have whatever value system they have and the more they can create a family only presence and that's an energetic presence around it the more the family will be resilient as well amen. Oh thank you you for that. Wow you have shared a plethora of Information Kathleen and we we are starting to come down to our last Hurrah here. So if there's any any other wonderful bits of information that you wanNA share please feel free well I. I think that there are parenting is its own journey. Grand parenting is another journey being a business person and entrepreneurs her nurse another journey we each have roles in life that we are here to fulfil and to be sensitive to the callings to the things that call us is so important and that starts with the sacred childhood if we did not have a sacred childhood does how does it affect us. Well you know that some of the indigenous the indigenous wisdom tells us that changes as we make now affect seven generations ahead of us and seven generations back and that's exciting too so it's never you too late to make a change to evolve to a better place of being and I really think that's the key and that's Dr Cheryl you had mentioned it evolve mets it's and our commitment to that our awareness of it our our willingness to be open to continual evolving is what will make the difference. France in the world make a difference in our own home in our own family with our children. No matter what age they are and many people who have grown adult children. Are you say them selves. What did I what Ha what could I have done differently. Whatever you we can still we can still need unique them where they're at. We can still do work on the inner which we haven't talked about at all but that's a part of sacred. Parenting is working on the inner with the with the higher self of your child. Your Higher Self Are you speaking from a parent apparent in their higher self or the child in their higher self both higher self stalking communicating. I say talking but I really remains working together playing together. It can be as simple as a as a air before bedtime between my higher self and my child's higher self with help us meet tonight as we're sleeping so we can workout whatever differences we have so that we can find joy together so that we can support each other be whoever were meant to be that's just one simple thing we can do and I recommend for my clients silence that we do with young children too that we are because again. They're not able to clearly talked to us about what's important at Asher. You're saying to be on that positive swain that you know loving kind positive swing things just get so much you people. I think learn more and they can produce more and act out and take action when it's happy in flowing and kind and loving high I would agree with that and one thing you said was flowing. Sometimes it's more flowing to be authentic even in pain and it is to be a false happy oh totally excuse me and but the goal would be more joyful or uplifting ration- is absolutely a good spot the aim for well. I could talk about the importance of what I call sacred curiosity and that is the that's that's the ability to see with the heart and the ability to remove our own filters so that we aren't unintentionally interrupting erupting what we're maybe seeing or sensing it's using all of our senses not only our outer five cents but also our inner senses the inner senses would be typically could be called clairvoyance or Claire Audience or those kinds of things they are true. Census is in that we most of us have the ability to cultivate the city. We can connect with our children. Don't you call that the sixth sense there's more than and six so yeah. There's like leaper when we're when we're yeah we're curious about our children in a sacred way. We're honoring who they are. If we're curious from the EGO were looking to kind of validate our own thought like Oh that he's interested in that frog because I they like frogs as opposed to he may be interested in that frog for other reasons he might be his his natural intelligence might be one of nature frogs trees and snakes may all hold value for him and the sacred curiosity celebrates. The child is who they are again so thank you you for letting me share these notions of how we can see our children more clearly because benefit and we do and I'm I'm looking forward to the sacred parent your boast. ACORD parent nine keys to consciously onboard your child a thriving life. Yes thank you so much. Timing couldn't be any better. We hope you enjoy today's episode of Wealth Transformation Information. We encourage you to apply the information. You've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. 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134-Eleanor Barron-Druckrey, PhD - & Dr. Cheryl

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134-Eleanor Barron-Druckrey, PhD - & Dr. Cheryl

"Are you so full of fear? You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life. Are you ready for some good changes? This really affects all areas of your life. It's time for the wealth. Transformation podcast. Now here's your host. Dr Cheryl Scheider E. L. E. is an author National Speaker Cultural Historian in Chicano dreamer with a doctorate in clinical psychology in her private practice. She brings a vital perspective on dream awareness imagery and meditation for personal empowerment to miss the other gifted artists and seekers her research combines forty years dreaming journals with Toll Tick and Maya and Aztec dream traditions. She attained a degree at the University of California Berkeley in history. A Master's of Science degree at San Francisco State University and a doctorate in clinical psychology at the center of Psychological Studies in Albany California. Eli's to authored. Books are a medicine woman's Dream Matt. Korn women sings and the second one is a dream map to the sixth son restoring harmony and balance to where lives welcome. Welcome welcome Ellie. And it's wonderful that you're here especially after we met and we spoke that was it was really a neat experience and I thought you need to share with all that. You've all the work that you've done and welcome. Well thank you. It's been a pleasure getting to know you. It's it's a affirming for May wonderful wonderful. I know we we. There's two books here and I've already done can just an over a brief overview of how you got to where you are. It's just pretty much concise. But please tell us where you're from where you were born and you know how you got here. Oh okay well my family. My my parents were from Mexico and they came when they were really young and I think my mother was sixteen. My father was eighteen in the name met during the depression and in California yeah and They met during the depression. He was a musician and So when the family started growing my father thought that it would be a good idea to move up here to northern California. He just felt that that the environment was going to be more conducive to Education and more than Los Los Angeles he felt. I know I really don't know how he felt because he was a quiet man and he didn't sale lot but his vision for the family. And My mother's vision for the family was that we get an education and that was really important to them and we ended up in Stockton. I was born in Whittier. And then Stockton was really where I grew up and And so the plan was to have schools walking distance from our home in. That's what they that's what they did. Did you go to in Stockton so I went to Grant Ours. I went to grant school. Which is just like we lived on third and Hunter and grant was on second and close. It was really close. I it just went up to the fifth grade I did move around a lot because my mother worked as a cook and my brother would go away during the summer to migrant work so that was a lot of shifting around and I and we were fundamental lesson. You know there was always a a church community that I could stay with and And so that was really the formation of how what my experience was and dreaming can. Yeah I mean it sounds like your your father being a musician a creative person that you it was just an incubation for you to be able to. It was initially. I wanted to play the piano when it being a bigger instrument. It wasn't as easy as buying a trumpet. Or Guitar for them. So I got a piano I didn't like because it was old. My brother's got shiny new trumpets. The you know I mean it was just. It was my innocence but I did get a piano when I was twelve years old. I started studying music in reading music so that was a really important part of our our upbringing. My father was a dreamer and he always woke up in the morning talking about his dream his dream. That was what prompted me to sure in. That was like free flowing and easy. Yes yes it was. I mean I didn't realize what it meant how important it would become to me because I remember starting to dream mainly early and I thought. Oh what are dreams and In the foot wants some of the I dream said I had were about Because church was such a big part of our lives I just started in the spiritual realm What do you mean will you know? I remember the first one of the first dreams that Jesus came to me and showed me how to fly and We were standing up. He was it was out in front of our Front in our front yard. He just said tap tap your foot and you'll you can fly in you. Just keep your body straight and and I started doing that. That was the most beautiful feeling that I had in the most Creative experience that I can remember in my earliest years And we had a lot of music at home. And I haven't thought about a flying dream until you just mentioned and I remember. Having one years ago years ago it was so freeing always like almost having an out of body expanding less like that's what it was for me to just really incredible to to be experiencing something out of the ordinary flying Not An and flying by Allowing I don't like having the freedom to read them that it had let yourself go. Yeah out of your body. I mean. Society doesn't nurture so when you can do that it is a very freeing in wonderful I do. I haven't thought about that. I so long and I do remember now and was like wow so. It's great that you can let yourself go like that. Yeah so tell us how you started with writing your dreams dreams. I I had Well my my mother died when I was about When I was seventeen or eighteen and an shortly after she died I moved up to San Francisco with my sister-in-law sisters in we lived in a convent in the nuns. Were kind of supervising US and I think that that was when I started on my own trajectory. Of what am I going to do with my life and is? Do you think that was part of the loss of your mother? Probably I think so because it was I had this curiosity of what happened in in a from a really early time because I had a lot of experiences of hearing and seeing spirits and I didn't understand what it was all about but also another thing that that we had which was quite a interesting experience for us as that. My father worked for the for Western Pacific and so we had free train rides to Mexico. Oh so we used to go and And that was also where I started hearing about a different paradigm. I didn't realize that that's what it was. But yeah and then coming back On my own. I lived In San Francisco About my twenty. Twenty two twenty three. I was living pretty much on my own but what I what was kind of opening up to me is that I was very curious about the occult. I wanted to. I had this sense that there was something that I needed to know. About and I started having night visitors and spirits in things like that. That made me even more curious. Rydell the stoned. You know. I didn't really start writing anything down until I was about. I was I had graduated The curiosity that I had led me to Majoring major in history and I went to cal and majored in Us Latin American history. And from there. The the research that that I started Enquiring into Started taking me into different places and I was really curious to to find out where what was real for me And to be awakened night with a face. Right in front of you asking me What if I want a really wanted to know? I just kind of opened my eyes and I thought my goodness I didn't know what to do. It was just really this is like another spirit and other spirit coastal asking me. Do you do you really want to know because I was so serious and I was starting to do yoga I hit done yoga for a really long time because I had a NI- turned in part of the treatment for that was Yoga Yeah so so there. There had been a lot of things in my background that we're not leading me into a spiritual round that. I was really curious about so when I graduated from cal. I It started taking more so much form that I was walking during the day looking behind me to see a someone was following me but at night you know they would touch me and they would I would just see It was disconcerting. But it didn't stop me so I I saw okay. I started writing my dreams down and it kind of took all that energy. That was a keeping me awake and started focusing on the dreams themselves. So that Something I felt that something was starting to to lead the dream experience and I started One of the earliest dreams that they early part in. When I first started writing the dreams I had A lot of fear A sort of like this I that was watching me and it was terrifying to me so I just added. I kept writing down what I was seeing and pretty soon something else started opening up. What IS THE FEAR. You mean just like the fear of the unknown or what will I'm not sure what it was. I think it was just fear. Just a fear of being seen of being The unknown and As I as I kept investigating and watching the dreams I began to have more. I had more of an ability to Direct starting to direct the drain. You're probably trusting. I started trusting more and the I started heavy dream guides. There was a woman that showed up the very first time that I became aware of her. I was swimming Is this in your dream in the dream I was swimming at the edge of the ocean and I came back and picked up my towel and I was drying my hair. And she says she walks up to me and she says can I come with you. And she's talking to me in Spanish and I hadn't been speaking Spanish for a long time since my mother had died in. This was by the time I was in my really early thirties. And I looked at her and something felt really familiar and I liked her and she was vibrant and energetic and I said yes of course and she actually became a touchstone for me that I eventually ended. I started referring to to her as As grandmother and she would take me on these journeys where I would become aware of that I was dreaming and I would start looking for her and she would say She would impart some kind of wisdom one of the early ones that I remember her sane is that you know if you want to find love you have to love and By that time I had had a couple of dreams where I They were starting to change my consciousness. There was in what way in I can. I read that way. It can help me slow. No with Yeah here's one where before I had I had already met her and she was starting to appear more often. I was questioned in. We'll wishy and why did she come to me? But here's one in accused. Us standing on wooden platform when I become conscious. I look at the light lights and colors and soft blues and Greens and Purples Dragon. Like figures flowing toward me around me and away like fish swimming around. Seaweed and people people are gathering all of a sudden. I become aware that I am the focus of the dream and I am going to be doing something important to feel the support of my family as I gazed around the gathering. And they also are waiting in anticipation So grandmother appears and She's telling me that my assignment is to turn night in today and I'm thinking what either and so you know the nearest I could come to understanding what she's asking of me is that I get in a yoga position. I just get down on my knees. I written sh might back and my arms out and I put my forehead to the floor and I say in a real soft whisper almost night in today and I think okay. Nothing's happening so then I get more. I get more become more assertive for lack of a better word. I get stronger and I say a nice say the second time night in today and I hear the clap of thunder and There's a glimmer of light and little by little. The the energy of the night starts shifting in today and And when I awoke from the Dream I had no idea I mean. I knew that there was a metaphor for that what I was being shown but I felt that it was initiation of some kind. I it was a puzzle to me so as time went on. I began to have more decision Power of decision within my dreams and those figures that I had seen earlier that caused me ear because also in the waking state. I was starting to read a lot more about my culture and the native cultures and I. I just felt that it was important to be aware of when I was dreaming and what I was dreaming and to have more say in what happened to me in my dreams now. I don't know where these ideas came from because it was all I mean the this was coming from the dreams and the impact that the spirits were having on me. They were no longer outside of me. But in the dream state do think that that allowed you to interpret your dreams in a clear more precise way well in through that I think so Well I still didn't understand what I what I was dreaming but I had a sense that I had to come face to face with the fear that I experienced so that to think that was like the the the night in interpreting the night. Yes exactly fears the darkness. Yes exactly that I was wondering what would be light. What is there was a marked awareness? Oh Yeah and then I was starting to read the course in miracles than I was starting to To inquire into dreams and The find what stillness of mind was and I also started thinking that if something was terrifying to me I had to confront it and face it that the dream guides that were showing me how to be present within the dream. Were making possible. It felt like they were making it possible for me to stand up and take action without fear without fear and I would say that the initiation dream came like maybe six months after I started keeping a journal but there was another one. The power of the mountain Came about two years later and in that one I'm I'm facing this huge boulder and a name looking at it and ended staking at hasn't energy of its own and it's It has a power within it that is becoming more pronounced and the bigger that energy gets the deeper the the fear. I mean I start really. I'm real curious what was going on in your life at that point in time I was I had been working as Legal Administrator in the law firm I have been a law firm Legal Secretary in had gone up a notch by becoming a manager and Someone had died in the firm and I was going to take on the responsibility that the accountant had an the on the administrator I tried to take a math class in accounting. It just wasn't working for me and I realized thought I needed to to really confront what life meant to me and it must have been the influence of the dreams and having a sense that Night into day had something to do. With how how? I was living my life without coming fully into the present moment now without fear without fear and so when I encountered fear of this beautiful boulder I realized that I had to confront it and So I Okay so then I see that I sit down on a comfortable chair and face in a toward the mountain to hold the experience as long as possible. That was another thing I was starting to do. Is that the fear that I was experiencing. I needed to face face it and and so I'd There is a light above men. Apparently psychiatrists can meet her clients in the room and look at the stars for direction. My awareness of the presence Instead of asking myself to leave the dream I am starting to breathe deeper and feel the fear and stay in it and so as as that continues to deepen. I discover that I am participating in a give and receive relationship with. It is just isn't any mountain. It's a vibration. That's extends from the epicenter of the Rock. A gracious unfolding of radiance and warmth. That reverberates in me Unin livens me with the like so. It's getting through the so. It was getting through the fear and And so as I kept breathing that few that feeling on the energy from the rock beak began to transform me and it sounds like it was on a deep very deep. It was Because the rock sounds much bigger than you all it was he. And your fear probably. That's what it seemed like. I was because what happened is that I The that job. I was given the opportunity to go back to school to become an accountant to dual to really have more impact on my waking life and And I started thinking. It's not really what I want and so So we decided we decided to have a parting of the ways. They needed an accountant. I didn't want to go that direction. So they gave me a really good severance package. And I I gave myself time to to Decide and it was this dream because what happened is that it was gracious unfolding a radiance in warm. That reverberated in me. And that reverberates in me and in livens me with. It's like passing through me and stretching me with it beyond the boundaries of the world and into infinity on when I woke up from that dream was like it just took me it flat out. I lost my body. I just went with the energy I went through the top of my head and I went out into infinity and when I came back. I thought I can't do this. I can't be doing what I have been doing. And it was at that time that I started thinking that I needed to teach dream awareness. That's how it began. That's when it began. That is I. I love the story because it you have this huge rock and you know it was like having a cross in your life your at across it was a really major turn turning point and I just kind of jumped in. I my first class that I advertised. Dream awareness I got Ford Your first thought was my first time. We'll see you were right on the energy I love. I was and I decided to go back to graduate school. And just explore mind body connection. You could continue the dream. Classes no In united to go deeper I needed to go deeper with but also the school was really not happy with my practicing. Oh without a license and I got into the bureaucratic aspects of it so I kind of put that on. Hold you for a really long time. But you didn't have the support that you did it but it was. It was very experienced. I mean how do you get a license for dream aware? I couldn't? I know know what I was studying. What I was studying was the mind body connection and I 'cause that's what it is. I mean that's what dreams are your mind in in keeping that together. Yes and what I. Yeah I just started getting making connection with the information. I was finding dreams and culture and I just realized that as out there was something different that I had to discover for myself and it was the diner en what I ended up doing was exploring. delving into The paradigm that had been lost for me the finding out that the people that I was meeting were really with the ancestors in your dreams in my dreams. Okay they were trying to give you messages. and And it was. You didn't push it away. I didn't I was so what I did. End Up pushing away was the licensing process and Andreoli except you went back and gone. -Ture did well all it but you know and again there were other dreams that awakened metoo taking taking it again. It was I'm curious what dreams that really stand out for you to where you got today. Oh Kerry today so there was. There was a group of elders that that were becoming really familiar to me and And again they I'm standing and I'm wondering what Okay I They I find myself in Khiva and they are Kita. Kita is an underground Holy Place and And I walk in and they tell me they. They're just observing me and I and there's a huge crack of the kind of like turn night into day. There was that clap again and this time it was like a a drum dot had cracked and and so the one of the elders points to man says there's more power without comes from and the other one nods and I wake up and I think there's more power with that comes from. It has to do with night in today and And in the morning when I wake up just before I wake up a spirit is at the foot of the bed and at the foot of the bed is my dream catcher whole area. Yeah sure and and he pulls on it and I think okay I look at that and I think about it. I think about the dream on by this time. It's like I'm not looking at dreams. I'm looking at energetic At the dreams energetically and I GUESS. This was about About ten years from the dream of the mountain or maybe seven no more like seven years but I had already started finding out more and more about the culture and had already so. When I woke up from that dream I stopped to think about it and I thought. What are they trying to tell me? What are they telling me? And the first thing that comes came to mind was all these notebooks that I had about dreams and I thought oh I need to start typing those up and categorizing them and you know it just seemed like a far fetched dream. But I I've worked on it for about three years and I got a manuscript of about two hundred fifty pages. I had the certain kinds of dreams where some of them were about power others were about transformation others were about nature others were about magic and As I was going through them I kept thinking. I need to do something I need to go back to school and do some more research will. That was going to take a lot of money. I was I had started having some health problems and I thought how am I GONNA do that. So I just kind of kept doing it and I started sending the manuscript out. People weren't interested because I had no interpretation of the dreams and I didn't have I didn't have a body of work that people could understand and So I just you know. I just kept doing what I was doing. And then I started looking for money and Lo and behold I met someone and she said I know are you can get some money and I said. Oh yeah she says. Put Your input your work together And you have an illness get getting all find a way for you to get some money and sure enough. She got me Got Me into a program. She was a social worker. She got me into a program where I was might. All the research was going to be paid for little wonder and And that's when I do you remember having being conscious and asking for that. Oh Yeah I was. I mean before it happened. You know I mean I. It came to you and one of your dreams or conscious. Well I'm kind of losing the what happened or how it happened. But I sent out about seventy or eighty requests for a publisher land and different nonprofits so So I had the intention intention. Was there a finding somewhere you put a lot of work in? I did and I think the whole project took me about three years. And then within six months I was in a program and And the other thing that used to have happened is that if I got even the slightest rack in my attention to documenting and typing and categorizing those elders would come. They would you know. They would say they'd ask me. Are you doing what you're supposed to be accountability? Grandmother took me to the Empire State Building and she and then and she took me to someone who was a writer and who was A successful writer and so she says okay. So you're going go meet her and I'll wait for you down here so I went upstairs and I Empire State Building. I don't know how many levels I went up but I went in there and she was at her desk and she's putting her books in a stack and now making noise with her books. And I'm standing in front of her and I'm okay. And then she points at some books on a bookshelf and she tells me to go see them and I'm looking at the medicine. There's five books here and I wrote them and I come back and so she's looking at me and she knows that I'm supposed to that. Those those are the books that is supposed to ride and And so I look at it and I come back to her and she said. Have you been doing what you're supposed to be doing and I thought wow but I lied through my teeth thanking I need to get on it again ad and You know and it was like I came back with a new resolution and I guess that was when when the money came through for the for the program and I was. I was really flabbergasted. When I found that there was a tradition that had gone a dreamers. That had gun gone underground. And and what do you mean by that that well when the when the cultures clashed And the Catholic Church arrived in the Americas. It became pretty dangerous for them to be practicing who Winter they went under the elders that yes yeah okay and Because the Catholics are not opening day to the now there was a there were a lot of deaths in a lot of the deaths. That happened also happened because they were it was just too much power for the natives to have So I'm forgetting where where the The Dreams of that. I that I started having about about I mean I guess all of the dreams a converged as they as they came more and more and more clear to me. I started realizing that I was the source of the fear that I needed to exploit Examine fear and become that we all had this responsibility by then I I had as I was studying Working with people I started working with people who had life threatening illness. A nice started discovering that I had the ability to guide them from this realm into their next realm and And the I became I became conscious of of other realms and that I had to deal with the physical experience of being afraid to expand my consciousness to expand so so long as I addressed the fear and I'm becoming conscious and I'm starting to help people make their transition from the waking Into the next realm I start. I start really facing that I need I need to be transformed and then you know years past but there were a lot of things that made me start paying attention that I had to Take care of come clean. I had to be accountable that I couldn't just be a by. I had heard the words cycle pump. You can't just be cycle pump and have all these other feelings within you. Fear anger Anger was a huge part of me. When I started going through menopause it was like and I started really looking at what I was doing with life. I became more conscious of how I lived. Our time has gone by so fast. We only have like a five minutes left. Okay I mean this I. It's like a time warp here. Yeah so what I want to ask you. Is You know I know we really haven't covered. Well this is. All part of it is Yeah this was the paradigm that I found where the aliveness of nature calls to us and we are. Apart of sat where water we are that aliveness. We are power trees. That communicated with me in my dreams started communicating with me in my waking state. And that's what I talk about. In this dream. The dream up to the sixth son is that this isn't there is there. Was there seeds that were being planted? here's one that I looked at. I walk up the mountain with a group of people. We are on retreat in the desert. The flap of the birds wings makes makes stuck quickly as it flies overhead. I glance upward in. I see that it has a tremendous wingspan. This this that diminishes us by comparison at makes bird look like a large airplane but he Just skipped through it. He a lights on the boulder just a few feet away from us. I tilt my head back. And we end his foot and see his full flight. He adjusts his wings majestically at his sides in looks at me his His Dark I tells me he is there for a reason for us to drink in the wonder of his splendor we can't help but behold him unravel in his royal presence and it is that where. I leave off and this book begins and in this one Oh just read really briefly that That part where I mentioned to you that we have arrived in the thick of the sixth son as the Mayan Anasta. Calendars prophesied. My hope is that you will turn the KNOB. Open the door and find the harmony and balance your heart longs for as the Aztec poet Dorchi. We'd sleep which Leanne tells us. It is not true. It is not true that we come to this earth to live we come only to sleep and only to dream and that is what this is about going through fear finding those places within. Us worry we are one with everything we don't find them neatly laid out. I certainly didn't I had to really dig dig deep. I had to allow myself to be transformed and to let go of my earthly addictions Amen. I mean that's what our society feeds into. Its it takes work. It takes discipline it takes dead. It does I. I've been out this for forty years. I'm just coming up with this and this is where I really face the demons. I invite them that fear. It was my demons coming to stop me to say you can't dream big. You can't be who you really are. But our real spirit is that connects. It's race sparrow in that. I was going to ask before you did this. What can you share with the viewers to assist to help them to free themselves enough to be able to listen to their dreams and I know sometimes dreams are kind of abstract and it's hard to interpret but when you get in the practice of it it becomes avenue really does open up? Yes everybody has his cabinet. Guide them Yes for me. It was letting go of my addictions big time. You know whatever I needed shopping money boyfriends bins. All of that. I had to learn how to be a human being and being yourself at innately naturally. Yeah whole whole family. Yes afraid of power but not to pump ourselves up. Put myself up with it. That's the ego yet. Exactly and what? What the real lesson for me has been is to recognize when I'm in the EGO. Unrecognized quin higher. Oh I've been working on that for years. Yeah it's it's a challenge. It is to challenge. It is and listening to your hair yourself but thank you so much. This has been wonderful idea. I could probably go on for another. Yeah you know Nice. I thought that I had it all planned out. But you know it was almost like. I went back into those places to to illicit will. Nobody's really gone because this I love using this as an example for people to learn from. That's what this is about. You know aside for of course you sharing your intimate connection here. Thank you can. I just read this paragraph go. Okay okay so here's quote. Leak was worked. I started meeting with the Gods and goddesses went along and started will. How do they play into our lives today? So when I started writing this is what started opening up for me. I am the mother of your mother providing the spiritual nourishment that will take your last breath and bring you safely into the next stage of awareness. I continue to do my dream work Aware of your actions in other worlds where you create and Co create with yourself and sister and brother travelers. Everyone dreams but most have forgotten. That sleep is more than a time to rest. Sleek is for sharpening your spiritual senses a rich period of creativity to dream within. Dreaming is a gift when gifts to oneself the ability to remember increases in time and the space will. Yes and thank you so much. I hope you enjoy today's episode of wealth. 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