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#210: From Overcoming Fears and Limiting Beliefs to Living a Life You Love with John Assaraf

John Assaraf was voted ‘Most Likely To Fail’ in high school, and grew up believing that he did not have the intellect, resources or drive to accomplish his goals. One fateful conversation at age 19 flipped John’s world around, and he has been dedicated to sharing this powerful mindset tool with anybody who needs it ever since. In addition to multiple NYT Bestselling books, countless talk show and movie appearances and so much more, John is the go-to guru when it comes to awareness, intention, and action.

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#196: How to Let Go of Your Inner Perfectionist with Dr. Jane Tornatore

Everybody has beliefs about themselves and the world that simply just aren’t true. Our inner perfectionist is something that is hardwired into our brain, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make it work for us instead of against us. Dr. Jane Tornatore is a therapist, speaker, and author who has combined thousands of patient experiences and 15 years of practice into her new book, Everything Is Perfect, Just Not Me, and is here today to help you overcome your perfectionism.

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#183: Tips to Instantly Circuit-Break Stress and Overwhelm with Dr. Heidi Hanna

Stress can be highly addictive, and it can take years, even decades to break free of your trauma loop and constant overwhelm. When I discovered that I was stuck in two major limiting beliefs that were keeping me in a state of chronic stress, my body forced me to give my stress response system a break. Today Dr. Heidi Hanna wants to help you gain control over your stress before you to reach your breaking point.

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#75: How To Tap Into The Healing Power of Nature with Dr. Maya Shetreat

 

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What we’re talking about in this episode!

  • Understanding the major role food plays in brain development and function
  • Breaking down the overwhelming science behind plant medicine and healing
  • How to develop a healing relationship with plants to receive massive health benefits
  • Emotional and spiritual ways that you can connect with plants and nature
  • Viewing nature as a symbiotic relationship to encourage mutual gratitude

Episode Summary:

While living in a big city can be great, it can sometimes feel like you are trapped in a concrete jungle, with no access to the beautiful healing power of mother nature. Dr. Maya Shetreat is passionate about tapping into the healing power of nature and helping her clients create a natural oasis in the heart of an urban city.

 

Dr. Maya is a neurologist, herbalist and urban farmer who harnesses the power of natural medicine through nutrition, herbs, essential oils and getting back to nature. An advocate for terrain medicine, earth-based programs and transformational healing, Dr. Maya’s work has taken her all the way to the Indigenous tribes of Ecuador in her search for ultimate healing.

 

By exposing yourself to germs and microbes, eating fresh food from healthy soil and getting out into nature, Dr. Maya believes you can heal your body far beyond the possibility of what most doctors even think about. Learn why sanitary environments aren’t always a good thing, the scientific benefits of being surrounded by nature, and why you shouldn’t feel silly for hugging a tree.

 

If you are curious about how we can leverage the healing power of plants on a day to day basis to get emotional, spiritual and overall health benefits, Dr. Maya is your woman. She is explaining all of the varying degrees of plant healing and how you can incorporate the lessons she has learned throughout her research to help yourself get back to nature and on the road to healing.

 

Have you experienced any of the physical and mental benefits Dr. Maya describes resulting from connecting with nature? Share your story in the comments below! 

Quotes:

“I kind of came back to my love and connection for nature and kind of applied it, and allowed myself to apply it, in all of its glory.” (11:05)

 

“We have thought for so long that being clean and not dirty is the best way to live, and it turns out that getting out into nature has such powerful health benefits, and getting dirty actually and being exposed to all those germs and microbes is critically important for our health on many levels.” (14:43)

 

“It’s really this profound number of things that really if you looked, no medication or drug could do all of those things. But nature does that for us.” (21:53)

 

“Essential oils are just another way that we interact in this very very deep way with plants.” (26:48)

Resources Mentioned:

Get Dr. Maya’s Earth Healing Bundle Here

 

The Dirt Cure by Dr. Maya Shetreat

 

The Terrain Institute

 

Dr. Maya Shetreat’s Website

 

Follow Dr. Maya Shetreat on Instagram | Facebook

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