November 21, 2017
Maybe you don’t know it! Stress is everywhere around us.
A look at how familiar environments affect us and a discussion about how to change your atmosphere and your world.
A self-help quote from Gandhi will empower and inspire you to greater peace and happiness - from the inside out. Meet Lee Silverstein, director of career services at Sanford-Brown College, who shares what makes him happy, too.
November 20, 2017
Today's quote is from Coco Chanel: "Don’t spend time beating on a wall, hoping to transform it into a door.”
November 17, 2017
Max is one of these people who transformed himself a lot by making changes. Some of them he was forced to by circumstances, and his natural curiosity caused others. He started out as a carney after all. What’s your Excuse with Max Ivey – Known Around the World as The Blind Blogger – is about how do people become who they are, how does adversity change and in many cases improve them? What were the key events, and what were the steps? He is a big believer in the importance of the small steps over the big leaps. It is often the smallest action that will get you on the path to success. People so often say if Max can do it then why can’t I. And Max believes a lot of our guests are going to leave people feeling the same way.
November 14, 2017
Giant ships are directed and controlled by a small and often unseen rudder that is hidden below the sea. If your life were to be directed by a rudder of your choosing, what would it be? How would you use it to get to your desired destination?
An inspirational and empowering podcast that will get you thinking about heading toward your destination in life!
Then meet Vesna, a nurse from Orebic, Croatia who shares what makes her happy from the inside out, too.
November 13, 2017
Today's quote is from Albet Einstein: "Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value."
With purpose, passion, and love,
November 9, 2017
Kavitha M. Chinnaiyan, MD, became drawn to the Direct Path through the teachings of Greg Goode and Sri Atmananda Krishna Menon, and has studied yoga, Sri Vidya Sadhana, Vedanta and tantra through Chinmaya Mission, and the teachings of Sri Premananda, Sally Kempton, and Paul Muller-Ortega. She blends her expertise in cardiology with her knowledge of Ayurveda, yoga, Vedanta, tantra, and the Direct Path in her program for patients to discover bliss amid chronic illness. She is an integrative cardiologist at Beaumont Health System, and Associate Professor of Medicine at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine in Rochester, MI.
November 8, 2017
Most of our personal conflicts and greater social problems arise out of fear.
In this podcast, I discuss the two ultimate, yet polarized, human emotions: one is love and the other is fear. Love is our birthright and our natural state of wholeness, peace and harmony where vitality continually flows.
The second emotion, fear, exists on the opposite side of the emotion spectrum. Fear obscures our true life, seeking to avoid, protect and limit rather than allowing us to extend and grow.
Discover some ancient words of wisdom that remain timeless and telling for us today. Then expect some guidance on how to step beyond fear and pass through to the love and life within that longs to wake us up to something better, brighter and freer.
In this podcast, I also offer a special gift that should make you smile. Find out how you can get a free copy of my Art of Happiness book on Values by writing Maura@Maura4u and referencing this podcast.
Finally, meet former NFL player Mark Pattison and now Find Your Summit podcaster as he shares what makes him happy from the inside out, too.
#Peace #Fear #Truth #Love
November 6, 2017
Today's quote: "I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game-winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed."
November 1, 2017
Born in New York City Paul Selig attended New York University and received his master’s degree from Yale. Recently featured on ABC’sNightline, Selig is considered one of the foremost contributors to the field of channeled literature working today. He offers Channeled workshops internationally and teaches regularly at Esalen Institute, the Kripalu Center and the Omega Institute. Selig served on the faculty of New York University for more than twenty-five years and now serves on the board of trustees of Goddard college. He maintains a practice as an intuitive in New York City. For information on public workshops and private reads visit www.paulselig.com