Posts Tagged ‘inner peace’

Green Think #27 – The Inner Peace of Healing Rage

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

It may sound crazy, but my guest Ruth King explains the truth of finding inner peace by healing rage.

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In her book “Healing Rage,” she describes six disguises of the inner rage child who lives within all of us — until we are ready to see it for what it is. Her phenomenal work gives us the hope we need to realize that we are so capable of healing ourselves, our relationships and the planet if we stop living behind these disguises.

She speaks and holds retreats all over the world helping participants (mostly women) find the powerful energy in rage and turn it into something positive.

Learn more at RuthKing.net.

You will want to stick around for the WOA Baby and Views You Can Use to see that we have everything we need to bring ourselves and our world back into balance.

Enjoy!

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WOA Radio Show #3 – Jill Bolte Taylor

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

Don’t miss the interview with Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor on how to find inner peace in episode 3 of our radio show.  Dr. Jill is a brain scientist who had a stroke at the age of 37 and realized what was happening while it was happening.  She travels the world speaking about the importance of a balanced brain  (see picture below), and helps people access inner peace located in the right side of brain.

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In addition, beautiful Aline Seydoux (pictured below), who happens to be Dr. A’s cousin, shares her personal experience from a brain injury and how she found more love in her life because of it. She was in a coma for 3 weeks before finding a new lease on life at 86 years old.  She is a true inspiration.

Next week is February fun with redesigning Valentine’s Day.  Stay tuned!

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WOA Radio Show #2 – Perspectives on Peace

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Our second full radio show…

This show features musician and dancer, Yvette Summers with a beautiful approach to peace.  See her picture below performing with her band, Chekere.  Clive Friedman, a dentist from London, Ontario and Karen Carlson, a nurse practitioner from Seattle Washington also share their views to help give you lots of ideas about achieving and  maintaining peace in your home and life.  Enjoy!

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Next week is Jill Bolte Taylor, brain scientist who learned that inner peace is located in the right side of your brain.   Don’t miss it!

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The Brain from the Inside Out – Coming in 2009

Thursday, November 27th, 2008

We are very excited to have secured an interview with Jill Bolte Taylor for our January, 2009 internet radio show.  If you are not yet familiar with Jill Bolte Taylor, you are in for a real treat. See her picture below with the stained glass brain she created.  We are going to ask her about how we can use the information that deep inner peace lives in the right hemisphere of the brain to achieve more inner peace in our lives everyday.  You don’t want to miss this one!

Dr. Jill is a brain scientist who had a hemorrhage in the left side of her brain in 1996, and because she was a student of the brain, she understood what was going on during the stroke and wrote a fascinating book about the incident and recovery titled “My Stroke of Insight.”  There is a moving 20 minute video of a talk she gave at the TED conference that is well worth the time, and will explain why we are so excited about having her on the show.  You can access that TED talk at www.mystrokeofinsight.com.

In May of 2008, TIME  Magazine  chose Dr. Taylor as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World and she was the premiere guest on Oprah’s Soul Series webcast. In addition, her interview with Oprah and Dr. Mehmet Oz on the Oprah Winfrey Show aired on October 21, 2008.

In February, 2009 we are hoping to interview Dr. Louann Brizendine who wrote “The Female Brain,” and is currently  writing “The Male Brain.”  The current brain research available is truly profound.  Women on Air will be staying on the cutting edge of these findings.

Stay tuned!

Jill Bolte Taylor and her stained glass brain

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