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Discover more of who you are as an energetic being and gain valuable tools and insight into understanding how energy effects all of our relationships and communications. Utilize this wisdom to craft your life in a more beneficial way on your journey toward uncovering your authentic self through self awareness, conscious communication and emotional responsibility.
 
Do you want to be a great speaking communicator? To really engage with your audience? With your customers, your colleagues and prospects? Be more visible and make an impact when you speak? This great show has interviews with business leaders, who share their top tips. Hosted by award winning communications expert Susan Heaton-Wright, she also shares masterclasses on a range of speaking and communication topics. No longer be afraid to speak: go for it instead! Sign up our 10 Top Tips to being ...
 
Love brought you together, but relationship skills keep you together. That is what this podcast is all about: the relationship skills to be a truly empowered couple! You will hear a range of practical relationship topics like: fantasy love vs true healthy love, unhealthy conflict vs healthy conflict, and ineffective communication vs great communication. We are your hosts, Jocelyn & Aaron Freeman, and will provide you the most relatable, authentic, deep, and practical relationship skills so y ...
 
We’re a young couple of 3 years, attempting to create a weekly podcast focused on relationships and the role life and communication plays in them. Our biggest intention with the podcast is to have a conscious and consistent meet point with each other every week- to share some of our past stories and lessons, discuss what’s been going on in our lives, and maybe even bring other important folks from our life into this. Outside of this, we have no true objectives. No big point we’re trying to p ...
 
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Join Travis and Pete on a journey of conscious rising as they share their personal experiences and tools for living a life centered in joy, purpose, and gratitude. Each episode TAPs into life as it comes: the good, the bad, and the WTF. We invite you to come as you are, set aside what you think you know, and simply listen. Take what you like and leave the rest. Episode topics may include: positive thinking, growth mindset, connection, relationships, communication, empowerment, compassion, tr ...
 
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Author, Archangelic channel, Inspirational Speaker and public figure, Christy Michelle Riggs, takes a radical and revolutionary approach to spirituality by sharing her lifelong gift of angelic communication and introducing listeners to Archangels who are real, relevant, and accessible to everyone. Join her as she shares her journey, real, raw, and unscripted and offers messages of guidance, encouragement, and unconditional love.© 2020 ANGEL BEE *No part of this podcast recording may be repro ...
 
Alexis karpouzos (Born, April 09, 1967 in Athens) is an Greek-born Philosopher, Spiritual Teacher and Author. Alexis karpouzos passionate engagement with tensions at the heart of creativity give strength to his call for an individual and collective evolutionary leap forward. Alexis karpouzos is the teacher of the essence of spiritual conscious evolution and its social contribution. The poetic thought of Alexis karpouzos is a expressions of soul's inner experiences, expression of universality ...
 
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This episode is a look back for Dr. Cori Peek-Asa, professor and associate dean for research at the UI College of Pubic Health. She's taking a new position at the University of California San Diego, and we look back on the impact she's had during her time at the college, highlight favorite accomplishments and memories, and concludes with surprise f…
 
A NEW, SURPRISE (and FREE) Resource announced on this episode! The way you two repair after a conflict will either lead to emotional baggage or emotional healing and bonding. The thing is, it can be hard to set aside the ego and focus on repair, especially when you also feel hurt about some things said and done during the argument. This episode foc…
 
They say opposites attract, but with attraction can come competition. When competition is introduced into a relationship of any kind, it can take on a frictional quality if not met with a level of consciousness that can reveal the internal reasons of why that competition energy is present within us. In this episode, we take a look at how competitio…
 
Animation is a powerful way to communicate your message to clients and customers. So I was thrilled to interview the CEO or multi-award winning Animation company Salamandra, Christine MacKay. In the interview we covered plenty of tips, advice and ideas including: 5:00 mins: Plenty of advice that the visual element of animation helps retain informat…
 
Every interaction is either a deposit or withdrawal from your partner’s “love account”. Meaning, every little remark you make or thing you say either deposits love and connection or it takes some away. The thing is, less “love deposits” are made for couples who are together a while or find themselves in busy seasons of life. Most couples will go th…
 
This episode highlights National Injury Prevention Day (November 18) with guests Maggie Ferguson, Brain Injury & Disability Manager for the Iowa Department of Public Health; Lisa Roth, Deputy Director for the University of Iowa's Injury Prevention Research Center; & Clare Willey, 2nd-year graduate student in occupational and environmental health at…
 
There has always been a focus on the future that we each want to create. As a couple this can be in the form of setting goals or establishing your vision statement. This is a great thing because you can’t get anywhere if you don’t know where you want to go. But sometimes this can leave you feeling disappointed that you are “not there yet” or be dis…
 
When discussing The J.U.S.T. Philosophy, the term "for the overall good of everyone involved" has come up multiple times when discussing conscious decision making or being considerate to others. If our intention is to make the world a better place, then doesn't it make sense to consider the energetic effect that our decisions have on others? Other …
 
BONUS EPISODE! Meet the student voices behind FTFR and learn a little about their diverse backgrounds and common interest in #publichealth.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-meet-the-2021-22-student-podcasting-team/Have an idea for a show? Questions or comments for our host…
 
It is an honour to interview two such incredible guests. Capt. Emil Dobrovolschi is an Airline Captain; ensuring all his passengers and crew are safe. He and the leading leadership coach Octavian Pantis have written a fantastic book "Dark Cockpit" about how to approach leadership and use communication as the principle tool in managing this. In the …
 
The Danish people have ranked as the “happiest people on earth” for 40 years in a row starting in the 70’s, only to be rivaled by Norwegian and Finish people over the last several years. And their happiness isn’t dependent on things like: the weather or low taxes (it’s actually pretty cold and dark there, and they have relatively higher taxes)....s…
 
This is another episode in our series about topics you may not think of when you think of public health.This week, Lexi Fahrion talks with Hannah Rochford about intimate partner violence (IPV), the roles that social and economic stress play, and the impact of the COVID19 pandemic on IPV.Read more about Hannah and her work at https://iprc.public-hea…
 
Episode Resources & Links: FREE Parenting WebClass with Amy McCready on November 10th HERE Hypnobabies Program for Natural Birth HERE Pelvic Floor Birth Program (One Strong Mama) HERE The Conscious Parent book by Dr Shefali HERE Video on baby communication sounds HERE Elimination Communication (Go Diaper Free) HERE There are many ways to parent a c…
 
Sharing space and energy with another human can be challenging no matter what philosophy or perspective you follow. And in our modern day relationships, it's hard not to find a person or authority figure repeating the mantra that "relationships are compromise & sacrifice". But perhaps there is another way - the Conscious Relationship way - where th…
 
We are at Halloween and it's getting scary! I'm going to share 5 scary communication styles to be aware of and try to avoid. They are: * Not listening to other people *Mumbling * The Interruptor * The person who won't let go of a specific idea and goes on and on * The person who never gets to the point Download the transcript of the podcast. Regist…
 
This is another episode in our series about topics you may not think of when you think of public health.This week Alex and Anya interview Shalisa Gladney, an educator, advocate, and doula who is passionate about community activism, consent, education, and addressing and ending violence, especially in communities of color.Read more about Shalisa at …
 
As part of the SuperStar Communicator Black History Month Celebrations, I am delighted to interview Kass Thomas: international empowerment coach and author. In the interview Kass shares many gems of advice including: 1. We should listen to our bodies because they are our sixth sense. 2. Be aware of other people's moods and the way they present them…
 
If you are a parent (or soon to be) you must attend the FREE Webinar with our guest Amy McCready on November 10th at OnlineCouplesWorkshops.com/parenting because she’s takes all the topics today even deeper to the specific how-tos! As you can already tell we have a guest on this episode and it's none other than nationally renoun parenting expert Am…
 
Every one of us humans has needs that need to be fulfilled to have a good life. Part of this search to fulfill these needs is what leads you to get into a relationship in the first place. You might think about survival type needs to begin with like food and shelter, but these are emotional needs that all of us seek to have fulfilled. Since these 6 …
 
Over the last year, The Five Levels have been talked about in just about every episode of ours. So many of you have a pretty good idea of what they are and the purpose they serve within The J.U.S.T. Philosophy. However, we were recently asked if we had an episode that only focused on The Five Levels and we were shocked to realize that we have never…
 
This week, we explore the issue of racial disparities surrounding cancer detection, care, and treatment with Dr. Mya Roberson, assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Dr. Roberson also talks about her path to public health and her experiences as a first generation college student. If you'd…
 
Be honest: have you and/or your partner been nit-picking, critiquing or questioning each other more lately? Being real, we have noticed this in our own relationship over the last couple of weeks and it’s something we’re bringing awareness to shifting between us. We noticed that these additional (and mostly unnecessary) remarks to each other were le…
 
During October we are celebrating and showcasing talent from the Black Community for Black History Month. Aisha Suleiman is an award winning diversity and inclusion advocate, consultant and founder. Her Specialism lies in driving organisational change through leading effective employee networks, supporting the diversity and inclusion goals of the b…
 
This is the first episode in a new series about topics you may not think of when you think of public health. Our episode this week is taken from a webinar about human trafficking, hosted by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights and professor Brian Farrell. He talks with United Nations Special Rapporteur, Professor Siobhan Mullally, highlig…
 
How many of your past arguments and conflicts actually get fully repaired? Do you feel that from every emotional impact, your partner has fully understood you, that they acknowledge the role they played in you feeling that way, and you believe things will be put in place to make the necessary change for it to not happen again? These are just some o…
 
Throughout life, we have experiences that may create emotional reactions within us. Even if we are on a path of self growth, we may struggle or overlook how these emotions are affecting us. If not properly processed and released, they can eventually work through all Five Levels and eventually show up as a discomfort on the physical level. This epis…
 
This is an encore episode from July 2020 with Dr. David Krupp, an emergency room physician and co-founder of Mask of Wellness, a positive approach that promotes responsible behavior that is necessary to keep society open during this pandemic while benefiting social, physical, and economic wellness.Visit their website at www.maskofwellness.comHave a…
 
Register for the LAST FREE WebClass in 2021 happening October 5th. It will cover strategies for preventing conflict, de-escalating triggers, and repairing after conflict. Save your seats here. There are some misconceptions about resolving conflicts in a relationship. What doesn’t actually resolve anything is trying to jump right to a solution, or d…
 
Register for the LAST FREE WebClass in 2021 happening October 5th. It will cover strategies for preventing conflict, de-escalating triggers, and repairing after conflict. Save your seats here. You cannot blame your behavior in the “mid-conflict” stage on your partner! Nope, you must take ownership of your patterns if you’re going to have any chance…
 
This final episode in our DEI series features a discussion about the Health Equity Advancement Lab (HEAL) at the University of Iowa with PhD candidate, Jessica Andino. She chats with our crew about the opportunities for students and the importance of exploring these issues in an open an honest learning environment.Learn more about HEAL at https://w…
 
Freedom has become a hot topic in many circles with governments all over the world limiting the activities of their citizens in the name of coping with a pandemic. There's a lot of worry and panic that our freedoms are disappearing... but does this perspective hold any truth? In this episode, we take a more conscious and alternative look at the con…
 
This week, Alex and Alexis talk to Dr. Dwight Ferguson, currently of the US Public Health Service. Dr. Ferguson is also one of the recipients of this year's UI College of Public Health Outstanding Alumni Awards. You can read more about Dr. Ferguson and his career at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/2021-outstanding-alumni-award-recipients/A tran…
 
Trust can be broken or weakened by both the big things and the build up of many smaller broken promises. Trust is such a foundational aspect of a relationship that without it, it’s harder to have respect, love, and passion for your partner. In this episode we go deeper into rebuilding trust, whether you are the partner that doesn’t trust, or if you…
 
Episode 2 of our diversity, equity, and inclusion series. In this episode, Alexis Clark interviews Dr. Maggie Chorazy and Dr. Paul Gilbert about about the first annual Diversity, Equity, Inclusion report published from the College of Public Health, and how they keep DEI in mind throughout the decision-making process.A transcript of this episode is …
 
When men spend time with other men, it boosts their testosterone (super important), and when women spend time with other women, it boosts their estrogen (super important). Biologically and emotionally, you and your partner NEED time with friends outside of the relationship. If you don’t, it can have a real impact on your happiness as individuals an…
 
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