Join Brad Stoller and Pam Gibson to discover something beyond creams, diets, exercise, or self-help practices and step into a new understanding of your innate wellness.
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Embracing Grief with Dicken Bettinger and Jeanne Catherine-Gray
Join Jeanne Catherine-Gray and Dicken Bettinger as they discuss and reflect upon living life with all of its many surprises, especially when living with our feelings of grief.
"I listened to this only two days after my uncle died. I was sitting at the dining room table with my aunt. I found it to be so gentle and, well, perfect really. I recommend it to anyone who has ever experienced loss." - Jen Lucas
This past Friday night I spoke to a group about the human experience. I was so struck by the need participants felt for getting away from their experience.
Unhappiness, upset, bad moments and genuine dislike for oneself can be … Read More
During an interview with Dicken Bettinger, he spoke about the experience of loss as something that can be suffered through or as something that can invite us into a deeper understanding of life.
This past Saturday night, as I … Read More
My daughter wanted a telescope for Christmas. It was caught in the slow mail and she patiently checked for boxes every day. When it finally arrived, the whole family bundled up and trooped outside. It was literally freezing, but … Read More
Cultivate your sense of decency.
Use the word that works for you, but don’t go for extreme bliss. If you want to change your kids, impress on your boss the importance of your ideas, or simply wish you could get some help with … Read More
Tip #1: Recognize your crazy.
When you are saying to your child, “If you don’t clean your room up right now I am not going to buy you cookie dough for the rest of your life,” that is a bit crazy.
When you are saying to your … Read More
Every year, as I listen to the radio or follow along on Facebook, I hear a very similar theme. “What is it that I want to do this year? How do I really make it happen this time?”
It's not that intention doesn’t work, it just … Read More
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I just had an insight as I was piddling in the kitchen. I think one of the things I mentioned to you was that in this conversation I felt I needed to "stand for myself." What I just saw is that the need to stand for myself is an illusion, it would assume that all is not ok and in some way that I had to defend myself against something…I just saw that this is an illusion. With me as God and everyone as God there is no need to stand for myself. It is innate in who I am, no extra support needed. So big. Thank you Jeanne Catherine!!!
I have just listened to all of the interviews. I loved the interviews done by Jen and Jeanne. I thought that the questions were really good and the interviews were done with a lot of wisdom and humor, which is a great combination in my book. Thanks so much and keep up the good work!