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Sacred Psychology with Tamara Powell, LMHC

The podcast for mystics and misfits. Through stories and interviews, Tamara takes listeners behind the veil of psychology to a place where neuroscience and spirituality go hand in hand.
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Jul 30, 2018

Do you even know WHY you hold onto the belongings that you do? Former therapist Michael Spencer explains how Home Energy Purification can assist soulful people in releasing attachments to accumulated belongings and experiencing greater freedom in ALL areas of life.

In this podversation:

  • Michael's journey from accounting to counseling to home energy purification
  • "Home energy purification is NOT minimalism unless you want it to be."
  • Is there energy stored in objects?
  • "If it's still in your basement somewhere, you're still saying yes to it."
  • What leads us to hold onto/ hoard/ collect these items we may not even want anymore?
  • The correlation and overlap between shadow work and home energy purification
  • How families hand down "rules" about what's even safe to let go of
  • A beautiful idea for your used wedding dress
  • More on Michael's intuitive process and "first answer = best answer"
  • How to respect those we live with as we seek to move through the release process
  • The way our emotional baggage is reflected in our physical baggage
  • The power of ceremony and ritual to release old energy patterns (sorting, clarifying, releasing)
  • Why Michael doesn't use the word PURGE
  • The process on the way to the trash can with an object is where the transformation takes place
  • The difference(s) between Michael's process and the well-known KonMari Method
  • Why YOU should consider going through your house and purifying

Connect with her further:

Website: letspurify.energy

Podcast: Home Energy Purification Stories

Jul 16, 2018

Women in leadership are at their best when we quit trying to lead like men (because that is how we have been taught to lead) and start to lead how women have been leading successfully for generations. 

In this podversation:

  • We tend to treat leadership as if its a one size fits all approach and that may not work for women
  • How cancer for Ros provided a wake up call and new perspective on leadership
  • Are there incongruencies between the way we treat men and women in leadership?
  • The struggle when a woman ties her self worth to her competence
  • Ros' exploration of tribal societies and the way women lead and connect there
  • Can we be both liked and successful?
  • Ros breaks down the neuroscience behind the differences between the way men and women lead
  • The world of business is constructed by alpha males for alpha males
  • 3 types of motivation: the need for achievement, affiliation, or power
  • Ros' leadership archetypes for women
  • A queen doesn't worry if others don't recognize her sovereignty
  • The power in owning your individual strengths and doing life and business YOUR way
  • Own the goddamn room - bringing quality and not stressing quantity

Meet Ros Cardinal

When she was growing up, Ros wanted to be a vet or a scientist, but her fascination with human behaviour and neuroscience led her to a career in Organisational Development, specialising in improving business outcomes by developing individuals, teams and organisations.

After more than 20 years in corporate human resources and organisational development roles, a successful battle with cancer gave Ros the nudge to take her passion for transforming leaders and improving how individuals and organisations cope with change, in a new direction.

Leaving her senior corporate role in 2012, Ros established her consulting business, Shaping Change, to achieve her goals. Her inspirational business story was featured in the 2014 book “Australian Entrepreneur.”

Ros is a solutions and results oriented facilitator, with expertise spanning strategic planning, leadership development, organisational culture, change management, emotional intelligence, and employee engagement. She is also an internationally awarded, talented executive and leadership coach, with current coaching clients at Executive and Senior levels in Government agencies, private enterprise and the community sectors.

Ros is a keen writer and in addition to her book, The Resilient Employee, and her own blog, she contributes regular articles to Leaders in Heels, The Huffington Post, Thrive Global and for “People Development” Magazine.

Connect with Ros further at any of the links above or on social media:

Website: http://rosalindcardinal.com/

Ros' FB Group for women - "The Art & Science of Female Leadership: Women's Leadership Archetypes"

Jul 9, 2018

She's an incredibly decorated Navy officer and she's on a mission to bring solution focused and super practical empowerment not only to the sailors and submariners attached to Command Submarine Squadron 11 out in San Diego, CA but to the rest of us as well. 

LCDR Jamie Sorenson is the author of “Why You Tried to Kill Yourself” which is soon to be a series of fictional books decreasing stigma surrounding psychological and emotional distress as well as the intersection between spirituality and sexuality. 

In this podversation:

  • Why Jamie chose the Navy and then the field of psychiatric nursing
  • Is there stigma around mental health in the military?
  • How Jamie uses education to normalize common issues her service members face
  • Exploring the 87% reduction in unplanned losses Jamie has helped bring about in her squadron
  • Key issues military members face
  • "Pain is what helps us grow."
  • What should mental health workers know about working with military members?
  • The Give An Hour program and other resources
  • Why Jamie chose to write the book and also why she included LGBTQ issues
  • The harm of reparative therapy for same sex attractions
  • Finding social support for everyone from Mormons to Satanists and everything in between
  • The intersection between spirituality and mental health
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