Life has value because it is fleeting and impermanent. In the limited time that we are given, we can touch the lives of other people and accomplish different milestones. Nonetheless, it is especially hard for us to accept the permanent and unreturnable loss of a loved one who has passed.
In today's episode, we're joined by Carina Stone, the wife of the late Michael Stone. She shares with us how life is like over the last two years since Michael's passing and the lessons she has learned in this journey. She also talks about the inspiration that has encouraged her to put out Michael's teachings out in the world today.
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Carina Stone is the wife of the late Michael Stone, a prominent Buddhist teacher, yogi, author, and the host of the Awake in the World podcast. Michael was the founder and director of the Centre of Gravity Sangha, which is a community of yoga and Buddhist practitioners. Carina stewards his legacy as she speaks about his life and teachings.
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We all feel the pressure of social expectations. Leading a life pleasing other people can lead to losing our identity and sense of self. Thus, it is important to make time for recovery and healing so that we can accept ourselves fully and extend the same love and compassion to others.
In today’s episode, yoga Instructor Donny Starkins shares how yoga helped him towards self-actualization and personal development. He also gives some insights and tools on how you can start on your journey to recovery and how yoga can bring healing to our body, mind, and soul.
Donny Starkins is a yoga instructor and personal development coach. He is a former Division I baseball player, and pain and medication were constant in his life. In search of physical and spiritual relief, he embarked on his yoga journey in 2005. He now leads transformational classes with a focus on mindfulness.
To know more about yoga and check some upcoming events and retreats, you may visit Donny’s website.
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Recovery, whether from a physical, spiritual, emotional, or mental injury, is never easy. It requires a lot of internal work that can take a toll on our overall well-being. Because of this, the role our community and environment play in our recovery process is just as important as the efforts we put ourselves. A supportive circle can make all the difference in the world and can be our best hope as we go on this path of recovery.
In this episode of Radically Loved Radio, we have the incredible Taryn Strong as our guest to share her personal journey of healing and recovery. She also shares with us her experiences in using her platform to build a community for people who are in similar situations.
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Taryn Strong is the co-founder of She Recovers, a yoga program that aims to incorporate yoga and meditation with recovery. She is a rising influencer for women who, like her, are recovering from multiple things. Taryn herself is proud of bouncing back from eating disorders, drug addiction, and even self-harming. Now, she dedicates most of her time to building a safe community for women in recovery.
You can connect with Taryn through her Instagram. You may also reach out to She Recovers through their Facebook and Instagram. Meanwhile, you can find all the details about their upcoming events, retreats, workshops, yoga coaching programs, and podcasts on their website.
Yoga has been around for thousands of years. Most of us probably started practicing it by exercising in mind. But as we go on, we realize that it goes beyond the physical aspect. It helps us discover what's truly in our hearts, it clears our mind of any distractions, and it allows us to become free and vulnerable.
In this episode, Yoga Alliance's Dr. Christa Kuberry joins us to talk about how she got into yoga, what American yoga is, and how yoga has evolved through the years. She also shares how yoga has helped her manage her emotions and how you can do it too.
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Dr. Christa Kuberry is the Vice President of Standards at Yoga Alliance. She leads the company's efforts in evaluating and evolving yoga teacher training standards. She is a yoga teacher, practitioner, and scholar. She also serves on the steering committee for the Yoga Theory and Practice Group.
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My name is Dain Heer and I’m so glad you’re taking the time to discover what else is possible for you. I don’t have any answers for you though, just questions.
What is true for you? The past seventeen years I’ve been facilitating people with tools and processes that change their relationships, their bodies and their entire lives. Would you be willing to find out who you truly be?
I’ve been lucky enough to work with thousands of people from all over the world–brave, beautiful beings that have chosen to explore what it is like to lead a life in consciousness, receiving everything and judging nothing. What would that be like for you? Just tap into that energy for a second…
Access Consciousness® is weird, wacky – and it works. It actually works! And please know – these tools are not like anything else you’ve tried. If you choose to, you can have changes easily and quickly. It doesn’t require spending years on the mountain top or in the therapist’s chair. When awareness and the desire for change intersect, everything can shift. Many people simply become the change they were seeking. What else is possible?
I’m not some guru asking you to follow me. I am probably a lot like you: someone who knows there has to be more. Twenty years ago, I was fortunate enough to be introduced to Access Consciousness and the founder Gary Douglas, who is now my business partner.
I was a Network Chiropractor in California at the time, and engaged to be married. In my practice, I was frustrated by all the existing modalities and techniques I had been taught. They all seemed to provide only temporary relief and change for my clients…
I had gotten to a point where I had everything that was supposed to make a person happy – and it had absolutely no value to me. I had tried every single modality for inner peace I could find, but I was still dying inside. I was so deeply unhappy I was considering suicide. I even set a date. I gave the Universe six months to change my life…. One week later I came into contact with Access Consciousness.
From the first day, I began using the tools and techniques of Access Consciousness, my life began to change. Access is not about anything you have to believe. It’s about you. It’s about you claiming you and releasing the judgments, conclusions, and thoughts that make being you a difficulty or impossibility. My life completely changed within 12 months, and it continues to, even more dynamically, seventeen years later. What would you be willing to receive?
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