393 Movement Makers Community Founder, Eiji Morishita

January 17, 2019

Eiji Morishita is the Founder of the Movement Makers, whose mission is empower 1000 leaders over the next 10 years to start a movement that impact millions of lives.  His purpose is to ignite souls to step into their calling. Eiji has been part of several movements including the spread of the Sushi Movement in North America and building over 100 schools in Guatemala.  He is currently creating, building, & advising dozens of movements through his community on the world's toughest issues. His clients and the Movement Makers Community have been featured on the NY Times Best Seller List, TED, and many more. Eiji is a genius in creating practical & tactical solutions to create fun, easy, and profitable Speaking Training Coaching businesses.

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Most Influential Person

  • Mahatma Gandhi

Effect on Emotions

  • Mindfulness has been extremely helpful, especially when it comes to making decisions as well. What works for me is when my emotions are at an even keel or so are settled; if it's not too high or too low or just going up and down.
  • There's the old saying, when emotions go up, intelligence goes down.
  • So mindfulness helps settle the emotions and process emotions so I can make decisions from a place of peace and a place of joy.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • That's been very powerful because the things that I use for mindfulness, you know, breathwork is important. Just stopping and paying attention to my breath. So there's several different types of [exercises].
  • I just take deep breaths in through my nose and out through my mouth. I do various [versions], like one for two counts or four for four counts in. It depends on the day.
  • Afterwards, my body feels energized, my mind feels clear and it really helps take emmotional baggage off my plate. Also the other ways that I know is by walking or running. That is my form of meditation as well.

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Bullying Story

  • English is my second language and I grew up in the eighties and nationalism was very high. I was bullied mostly from fourth grade all the way through junior high. Definitely I think mindfulness [would have made a difference].
  • What's interesting is, I was bullied in elementary school and junior high. And then on Saturday school, which is Japanese school, I was a bully myself. So I was being bullied first, then was a bully in Japanese school.
  • From being bullied, I think mindfulness would have been really helpful for me to check into my emotions and process those emotions versus suppressing it or, or just avoiding it completely. I think it also gives me a perspective of what's going on, um, that I wouldn't be in reaction mode that I have to respond as well.
  • I think mindfulness would have been very helpful and I think it would allow me to address my feelings instead of just ignoring them.

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392 Create Your Own Reality With Sherife Wright

January 14, 2019

Sherife is an artist with a very unique perspective. When asked the question 'Who are you?' he replied: I'm god. And I'm not saying that in the sense like I'm the religious god, what I'm saying is, who I am truly is beyond the physical, and that being is hard to describe in words, because the potential of that soul or that spirit is so vast, it's endless. You're an infinite being, and if you're an infinite being, there's no way to really sum up in a few words who you actually are. Being able to go to sleep, having a dream, living in another dimension, coming back into this dimension and living out that dream, or having predictions of things, seeing the future, out of body experiences, there's so much to me as far as what I can do as a human being, it's hard to really sum it up.

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Most Influential Person

  • Not a specific person, just nature.

Effect on Emotions

  • I was able to feel my thoughts. You know, when I monitor my thought, I'll say, okay, you know what? I'm not going to go any further to hurt myself or to hurt anyone else because I know that, in order for me to evolve will become better, I have to give up.
  • But see, you gotta have a passion for these things. So I've always had a passion for it. So, the more mindful I became of my own thoughts and what I was doing at the time, it helped me snap out of it.
  • And you know, sometimes I look back at the good deeds I've done for so many people and I fall in love with myself, you know, I've fallen in love, and it makes me more mindful.
  • So in the middle of an argument, sometimes I can stop and tell a person, 'Hey, I love you' and people are scared to say that word today. You know, it's like a nightmare just to say that word. People are so afraid of it.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • Well, you know, the brain needs oxygen.
  • Oxygen is a part of the ethos of the plants. And when you breathe in these, um, I mean we've get, when you breathe in the oxygen these plants are giving off, it's not just a cycle. It's not just what happens.
  • This air that we breathe from these plants is communication. You received the oxygen from the plant. You inhale and when you exhale it's carbon. That carbon goes back into the plant.
  • Then the plant knows now what you need to heal yourself, if you got cancer or if you got a liver problems. So now in turn, what the plant does is start growing fruits and vegetables for certain parts of our illnesses. It's no coincidence that the plant produces fruits and vegetables for certain parts of our body. That's not a coincidence, that's from the carbon that we breathe out.
  • The plant knows now because, the oxygen that the plant has set out actually went into the bloodstream. The blood carries the oxygen to the brain, the muscles. And that has helped me heal. Definitely. You know, so when we exhale out, the plant takes that information back in.
  • It's like oxygen has spied on your body by the oxygen traveling through your blood and through your kidney.
  • Then you look at pecans and certain nuts you'll see that some nuts look like the brain, you know, and some foods are like different parts of our body, but that's not by accident. That's because the oxygen that we're breathing, the ether, the things that we shared with plants and stuff, it's important for us to breathe. You know?
  • So when Shifu told us to breathe from the stomach and inhale, exhale, and you know, dealing with Tai Chi, that helped me a lot.

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Bullying Story

  • Oh yeah. Well, you know, I was always fighting when I was young because I was picked on a lot. And so I learned how to become a bully myself at times.
  • I'll tell you what, I was bullying somebody and that person turned out to be handicapped, you know, I'm teasing the person talking about them real bad. And then when they opened their mouth to respond to me, I found out that person was handicap, that that person couldn't really speak. And that hurt me.
  • It hurt me really bad because see, that person was innocent. And when that person went to speak to me, when they turned around and talked to me and they sounded so crippled inside. I was really hurt because they can't defend themselves.
  • It was a girl I was just picking on, but she would be considered ugly in today's society because she doesn't match up with the average models and so, she's not ugly to me, but by average standards that people would normally say she's ugly because she don't look like Beyonce or look like any other model out there.
  • So, I had to tell her I love her. She's beautiful. I apologized to her and then she gave me thumbs up like she, you know, like, okay, we cool. She accepted it. Yes. And that made me feel so much better. It eased me because I walked away, but, you know, I just couldn't accept what happened, what just took place. So I had to apologize to her and everything.

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391 Shanghai-based Investor Talks Mindfulness; David Cheng

January 10, 2019

David Cheng is a Shanghai-based investor/entrepreneur. He founded AngelVest Group which is one of the largest angel investment groups in China, having provided funding to 16 companies. They provided the initial seed funding to bring Hanson Robotics to Hong Kong  from USA. David is the former product developer at Honda R&D in Japan and USA. He has invested in over twenty early and growth stage companies. He's a former investment banker at US/ China bulge bracket and boutique firms. He also led AMD’s microprocessor technology transfer to China’s Ministry of Science and Technology. David holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and BS Electrical Engineering Degree from the University of Rochester.

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Most Influential Person

  • Shifu Deru (Shi Deru)

Effect on Emotions

  •  I think mindfulness has kept my emotions in check. I mean, there were times when I was younger where, you know, anger would flare, and emotions would kind of run up and down.
  • But I think that if I were to take a step back in a situation and kind of brush it off, well that is growth. That is my personal growth, I believe.

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Bullying Story

  • Bullying has become a hot topic in modern times.
  • One of the tenets of karate is seek perfection of character. And in that statement in itself, all people who practice that martial art are asked to behave in a way that would be respectful of others and yourself. And that means no bullying.
  • When I was growing up in New York state, it was a very different environment many decades ago and people didn't take bullying seriously, if at all.
  • And certainly I observed bouts of that and even myself growing up as a kid, I was more on the quiet side, on the shy side and you know, some people did take advantage of that. And while I found it to be bothersome. I was able to find my own ways to just avoid that or to find other interests that didn't put me into, let's say a negative mood or depression.
  • But I think it's a big problem, or I think it was a big problem and I think in today's society, because I got two kids of my own now, that's certainly something that I look out for in their school and their environment.
  • I think it's all about upbringing, values at home, education, and also finding ways perhaps through mindfulness or consciousness to elevate our society, our community.
  • To realize that we're all connected and that kind of behavior, whether it's, you know, amongst your peers or within your social group, amongst your kids. That kind of behavior can be changed, I believe.

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390 Billboard Transmedia Unpacked By Filmmaker Zeke Zelker

January 7, 2019

Zeke Zelker is a filmmaker, entrepreneur, and a pioneer of transmedia, which is storytelling through multiple platforms to get different sides of the story. He has released several critically acclaimed projects, and he even produced the first transmedia project at Sundance Film Festival. He has spent his time making films in his hometown of Lehigh Valley near Allentown, Pennsylvania for the last 20 years. His latest project, Billboard, is a full-length film, a mini web series, a mobile app, and a virtual radio station, to which music artists all over the world submit their music.

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Most Influential Person

  • My Mother

Effect on Emotions

  • Mindfulness has stabilized my emotions. I am a very passionate person and the idea of taking a breath and kind of like taking a step back has made me not do things that I necessarily would regret.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • I have sleep apnea where I stop breathing in the middle of the night and so I gasp for air and wake myself up. So breathing is a very big part of my life. Obviously we wouldn't be alive without it, but I will literally take a moment every once in a while throughout the day to to literally deep breathe in and slow breathe out.
  • I have taken yoga on occasion as well and that actually helped me with breathing. It's just a matter of taking the time to be able to do it. Sometimes I get too wound up and I don't do it and then I suffer the consequences.

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Bullying Story

  • Growing up, we did not have economic means and so we couldn't afford the greatest trends and everything else and being the person that I am, I decided that I was going to do all the shopping at thrift stores.
  • Then I became basically a hardcore punker, you know, with mohawks and everything else. I was never ultra aggressive. But the interesting about it was, I definitely looked different from everybody else intentionally. Was I ever bullied? No, but the interesting thing about it was, I was also a big kid. I stopped growing in seventh grade, so I was, you know, just a monster.
  • But I would always protect other people that got picked on. I got into more fights by protecting people than ever myself. It's interesting just because quite honestly, even in today's political climate, I just had no tolerance for it. I really don't.
  • In the Marine Corps we didn't have much of it and anything along those lines, but I just can't stand the idea of bullying. It's someone's own insecurity trying to push their insecurities onto somebody else. And so I just don't have time for it. And I literally will protect other people for it as well. And the scars on my face prove it.

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389 Fuse Corporate With Calm; YorYoga Founder Kremena

January 3, 2019

Kremena is a yoga teacher and self-taught entrepreneur. She is founder and owner of YorYoga.eu, which allowed her to combine her passion for yoga with a corporate career. She teaches others how to achieve balance and self-awareness by incorporating yoga practice in their lives. Her flair for teaching and organizing weekly yoga classes, special workshops and events was what motivated her to contact more yoga professionals to join her mission of sharing yoga with working professionals.Her realistic, straight-up, and modern attitude has made her a favorite teacher in both Amsterdam and The Hague.

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Most Influential Person

  • My mom.

Effect on Emotions

  • Many people say I'm super emotional. Sometimes I even cry in my classes and some students get disappointed if it didn't happen to cry in that specific class. And I'm like, guys, come on. It's not a competition about who makes me cry.
  • It's just emotions are something that come through your body and it's better to let them manifest, then go and be there and be present with all those things that happened, the good, the bad, the ugly.
  • Everything that happens is there, and cultivating that awareness and sitting with yourself sometimes is a very, very good experience and sometimes it's not.
  • Being aware of your emotions is a big deal of practicing mindfulness because sometimes those uncomfortable moments where you're realizing you're still dealing with some stuff or where you get the most Aha moments where things just really come to you and you're aware that you still have to deal with this unsorted business.
  • With mindfulness you can name them, you can make sure that you know are present and you can still choose what you want to do with those emotions.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • Breathing is super essential. I. I always say in a yoga classes, the first five minutes is [crucial]. Call it whatever you want, but connecting to that inhale and exhale, there is no better way to really be in the present moment. It's just as simple as that. It's deeper inhales, longer exhales and everything comes into place.
  • All the thoughts before that needs to happen to this breath really doesn't have any importance in anything that will have to happen after it. It's not there yet, so that one breath that you have, each and every time is the only thing we have, but it does take time to notice that it's really true.

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  • Book: The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
  • App: The Breathing App

Bullying Story

  • When I was growing up in Siberia, (I didn't even think of it being as bullying), but I had a difficult time speaking to kids in school and I would be mocked and maybe few accidents where it was proper bullying now that you know it.
  • The way I handled it was maybe not the best way, but kids are mean. And you start thinking, oh, I should have a thicker skin and just become tougher and don't cry and don't show weaknesses.
  • And there was a moment where you really have to put the shield and to make sure that no one can come close to you. And it manifests it in many ways. It's not the only the way you do one thing is the way you do everything. So it's only recently I started realizing actually there are some childhood traumas there that I need to be dealing with.
  • Mindfulness helped me to just be present with the uncomfortable feelings. These are things from more than 30 years ago. in Yoga we speak about letting go a lot, but it's actually a very difficult act.
  • The task requires awareness and you can cultivate that awareness by simply meditating or being mindful about it. And as a child, I don't think I would have had those capacities, but as a grownup I can heal and I can understand and I can do the work of healing right now.

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388 Total Heart Health With Renowned Physician-Scientist Dr. Robert H. Schneider

December 31, 2018

Dr. Robert Schneider, MD, FACC is an internationally renowned physician-scientist-educator and leader in mind-body medicine and integrative medicine. Dr. Schneider received his MD from Rutgers University Medical School and did his postgraduate training in internal medicine and hypertension at the University of Michigan Medical School. Beginning in 1984, Dr. Schneider was one of the first physicians in the United States to practice, teach and research Maharishi AyurVeda, a scientific restoration of an ancient and comprehensive system of prevention-oriented natural medicine. The results of his studies have been published in 150 peer-reviewed articles, including those published by the American Heart Association, American Medical Association and featured in more than 1,000 television, radio, magazine, and newspaper reports, including ABC’s 20/20, CNN Headline News, the Discovery Channel, the New York Times, and Time magazine. He has been a consultant to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the US Congress’ Prevention Coalition. Based on his groundbreaking research and clinical experience, he authored the popular book: Total Heart Health.

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Most Influential Person

  • Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

Effect on Emotions

  • Oh, I'm much more stable. As I grow older and meditate longer, it's given me a centeredness deep within that I haven't had before that connects me to the larger. There's something greater outside of me I found inside of myself.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • During transcendental meditation, breathing naturally gets less by itself. A spontaneous effect of the mind becoming more quiet is that the body becomes more quiet. There are other yoga practices which involve manipulating the breathing, Pranayama they call it, or breathing exercises. That's a way to go. Rather than from the mind to the breath, to go from the breath to settling the mind, so that's complimentary. These Yoga asanas and Yoga breathing are certainly complimentary to meditation.

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Bullying Story

  • Colleagues of mine are working in the school system in the San Francisco Bay area and there there's a very famous school project to bring meditation to lower socioeconomic and high stress school systems there.
  • There's one school system which has had a very high rate of violence, bullying, shooting, knifing all that kind of school violence. And they have what they call a quiet time program where the children practice meditation. It's a few minutes in the morning and a few minutes in the afternoon, they practice this meditation or they could do whatever else they want quietly, but most of them practice meditation.
  • They've documented lower rates of, these violent behaviors in the school. So those kinds of violent crimes are much less and other classroom behaviors, much more harmonious. And studies have been published on this.
  • So from a scientific point of view, I'm impressed by those kinds of projects.

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386 Growing Grounded and Mindful with Sarah Bristow

December 24, 2018

Sarah Bristow is the founder of Growing Grounded, a health and wellness practice leading individuals and teams to develop a strong foundation for professional and personal growth. She specializes in Yoga, Mindfulness, and Meditation as a way of life. A Nationally Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach, Sarah has 300 hours of yoga teacher training experience, and holds a Master of Arts in Teaching. Sarah's creative approach emphasizes whole body wellness and she helps clients of all ages practice this as a way of life.

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Most Influential Person

  • My mom.

Effect on Emotions

  • I am a very emotional person and there is no hiding that and I think if anything, mindfulness has made me realize that that's okay. You know, the more we shove our emotions down in our pocket, it's a funny thing that we do as a society.
  • We tend to shove things aside and not address them and they come back later. If we can just be transparent with them, we can be open about it, we can have that difficult conversation, it typically is better in the end.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • I think we forget how good it feels to just fill up our lungs with breath and exhale completely. I think of every breath when I'm being mindful and intentional as just a mini cleanse, with new fresh air and then blow it out and make room for the new.
  • I think that's a metaphor for everything we do in life. We have to make space for new things, new opportunities, new relationships, and sometimes it's easy. It's as easy as just committing to saying, I'm going to be done with that. Exhale. Let it go.

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Bullying Story

  • Allowing kids to become more aware and take that little bit of space before they react [is a good thing]. If a child can breathe a little bit before they react or before they say something, I think that's a huge lesson itself.
  • I had a little girl one time; a third grader who I was working with and she was so sweet and we connected from the start. She got locked in a bathroom at the soccer field one time. Her mom realized what had happened and got her out and she was fine. When the mom opened the door, she was smiling and her mom said, what did you do in here? And she said, Oh, I held out my hand and I did starfish breath.
  • And so she had just sat there breathing while tracing her hands, which is something I taught her very early on. So here she was locked in a bathroom and rather than crying her eyes out and panicking, she connected with her breath.
  • That's another one of those stories that I'll never forget that she used mindfulness when she needed it the most.

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385 Master Your Inner Game Using The Voice Code; John Marshall Roberts

December 20, 2018

John Marshall Roberts is an applied behavioral scientist, musician and acclaimed expert on visionary leadership. John has been blowing minds for good causes since he released his 2008 book "Igniting Inspiration: A Persuasion Manual for Visionaries." In 2012 he cracked the Voice Code, a disruptive equation which shows the natural laws that govern human thinking. Since then, he's been immersed in the challenge of making this discovery accessible, while leading a tribe of heretics to change the world from the inside out.

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Most Influential Person

  • Albert Einstein

Effect on Emotions

  • Mindfulness has helped me learn to have more decision, freedom between stimulus and response.
  • Given the energy I have in my life right now and the borders I'm pushing, it's helped me not be trigger-happy. That's all right though, life has a way of teaching us these lessons. I got punched in the head a bit for mouthing off.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • Breathing is about releasing and remembering. We have a thought, a good or bad thought, it doesn't matter, we often get so caught up in the content of the thought, we don't realize that if the thought were a pen, we're squeezing the crap out of that pen. I can hold the pen, or I can loosen it, keep in in my palm, or I can drop it.
  • So this muscle of being able to hold with conscious intent, our thoughts and experiences without clinging and just let them go for a minute, that's powerful. I think breathing allows that.
  • For me, the exhale is a way for me to release the grip on the content of my experience.

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Bullying Story

  • I'm sure I was bullied in ways I didn't understand at the time. I certainly have always stuck up for the underdog. I've come to understand that we do a lot with energy that we're not always responsible for.
  • I once had a job at a design company and the woman had a sadistic quality and she would turn on people. She could be nice one day and not the next. It was that culture of fear. It could get kinda dark.
  • There were a lot of girls who would get together and have therapy sessions downstairs. I confronted her about that in a calm way. I wasn't attacking, I was just saying, sometimes you turn and it feels like there's a serial killer in the room and it makes me feel real unsafe.
  • I don't know if mindfulness would have helped because I think I was mindful. It was an interesting moment because she was all tough and cold and then she got really quiet and said, do you mind if I cry for a minute. And then we hugged and all.
  • It was like she was vulnerable. There was such a weak, fragile little child underneathe that cruelty, which is true of all bullies by the way, that it was shocking.

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384 A Mindful Path To A Clean-Energy Future; Jeane Manning

December 17, 2018

Jeane Manning is a passionate author and speaker in the field of energy and she's particularly interested in ways we can implement new sources of energy to power the world. She is the author of a number of books about energy inventions including her recent book, Breakthrough Power: How Quantum-Leap New Energy Inventions Can Transform Our World.  The book she is currently co-authoring is called Hidden Energy: Beyond Tesla To A New Paradigm And Clean Power Abundance, is to be released in late 2018. She interviews scientists and engineers seeking a mindful and holistic perspective and unpacks emerging science, its basics, challenges and ethical issues. Jeane and her co-author Susan Manewich celebrate the experts and their supporters in the non-conventional energy technology scene who view the technical breakthroughs as a sacred trust.

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Most Influential Person

  • A spiritual teacher who taught me how to tune in by using an ancient high vibrational word; 'hu'.

Effect on Emotions

  • Mindfulness has affected my emotions beautifully. In my life I have experienced being a real mess before I got on a path of mindfulness. We always have the ability to forget and dip back into that.
  • The emotions of insecurity or worrying, fear, and anger; if you're in the moment, those things fall away.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • I often forget [about the importance of breathing]. Writing away on the computer for hours, I sometimes forget to breathe, but when I do remember, it does bring me to the present moment by concentrating on my breath.

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Bullying Story

  • Well, would you mind if I made it scientific again? I would appreciate that. Well, I was struck by the attitudes toward mother nature if you want to personify the natural laws and the way things move naturally in the universe by scientists who were are competing for who can build the biggest laser.
  • And they actually use terms like blast apart spacetime. They're blasting ahead with building ever more powerful lasers and evermore huge particle accelerators, using that sort of violent language and saying that they don't want to be second in the race.
  • They want to be the first to build the biggest, to be extreme, and break apart spacetime. I think mindfulness there would be more like a biophysicist that I know. Dr Beverly Rubik sees nature as alive and gentle and subtle and beautiful.
  • Scientists such as Dr. Rubik respect the way things want to work in nature rather than try to go in there and blow it apart.

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