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Amplified: Unleash Your Potential With Music; Frank Fitzpatrick

Amplified: Unleash Your Potential With Music; Frank Fitzpatrick

October 20, 2021

Frank Fitzpatrick spent over thirty years as a practitioner and teacher of yoga, meditation, mindfulness, and science-based self-mastery and optimal living practices. He is a multi-platinum record producer, Grammy-nominated songwriter, social entrepreneur, author, & award-winning filmmaker. He also serves as a Music & Health Expert, Faculty at Singularity University's Exponential Medicine, a Contributor to Forbes, and Founder of EarthTones.org’s WHY Music initiative. Frank is a leading voice at the intersection of music, wellness, technology, and human potential.

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Effect on Emotions

  • Yoga helped me take mindfulness out of the mind and into the body through breath.
  • That in combination with the work in emotional intelligence with Dr. Jeanne Segal and understanding how emotions are processed in the body and that to really be mindful, it's not just of our thoughts, it's of our entire system because our responses show up in many places in our body and to be fully mindful you want to be fully integrated in your awareness.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • I got started with yoga and pranayama and breath practices and performance music is all about breathing and phrasing and breath.
  • So the quickest way to mindfulness is to be mindful first of your breath because it does what we talk about in that integration of the body and the mind. From that place, if you can't have awareness of your breath, you're probably not being very mindful of other things.

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Bullying Story

  • Listen to the episode to hear Frank's story.

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Is Anger Stopping You From Enjoying Life?

Is Anger Stopping You From Enjoying Life?

October 17, 2021

When was the last time you noticed your anger? Was it when you exploded at one of your children? Was it when you lost your cool at work and said something you regretted later? Maybe you got angry, had a meltdown aimed at your partner, and then that nice evening you had planned turned into a nightmare? If any of these scenarios sound similar to an event in your life, you’d probably like to know how to harness that anger. When you get angry, do you justify it? Do you think, well, I had every right to get mad when that happened? I was right and the other person was asking like a jerk.

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Justifying Your Anger

If you’ve been justifying your anger, you’re like a lot of people. The fact is, it’s not usually a good thing to explode at someone and lose your cool. For one thing, whether you realize it or not, losing your cool is a sign of weakness. It means you’re out of control. You’re not able to control the way you behave with other people.

A lot of people talk about being in control of your emotions. I don’t strive to be in control of my emotions, as much as I strive to be in control of how I react to my emotions.

Your emotions are the body’s way of letting you know that something isn’t right. Something isn’t sitting well with your body, heart and mind.

Your Warning Lights

It’s a lot like the warning lights on your car. If something needs attention, the light comes on to give you a heads up. Maybe the windshield wiper fluid is low. Maybe the tires have lost some air pressure or maybe the engine is overheating.

How are you going to react to any of those warnings? Are you going to explode at the first person you see? Are you going to get angry with the person at the lumber store that puts some bags of gravel into your trunk?

Of course not. You’re going to pay attention to what needs attention and then you’re going to methodically go about making the situation right.

Maybe you’ll go to your mechanic and tell him the engine light has come on and so the engine may be overheating. He’ll check it out and let you know what’s going on.

Angry And Not Sure Why?

There have been times in my life when I got angry in response to my emotions, and didn’t really even know why I was getting so mad at somebody. It turned out that I was upset about some random thing, and I took it out on one of the first people I came across.

There were times when that person was my wife or a family member. Later I didn’t feel good at all about losing my cool over something that didn’t make sense.

Do you notice a level of seething anger, somewhere below the surface of your consciousness? Does it show itself at random times, when it didn’t really make sense to get so mad?

Freedom

A few months after I began to be a daily meditator, I started to experience a level of freedom that was new to me. It was freedom from myself. Freedom from my inner bully; those voices in my head that kept telling me I wasn’t good enough, or I would be a failure, or I wouldn’t be able to earn a living.

Fortunately, I proved my inner bully wrong. I put myself through university by working three jobs. After graduation, I got a full-time job and saved my money so I could buy some income properties.

Have you listened to your inner bully and been able to move forward in spite of those voices? Have you been able to create a life you love, in spite of the odds against you?

Is Joy Missing?

Or are you in a place right now where your anger is preventing you from enjoying your life? The anger you are experiencing is coming from fear, and that fear is coming from your inner bully.

Like I said earlier, listen to your emotions, and then make the decision to push through anyway. If you have a carefully thought-out plan for your life, you’re be able to gradually step towards your goals and while you’re doing it, you’ll enjoy the journey.

You won’t enjoy the journey all the time, but if you are motivated and have the determination you need, you’ll move towards a life of joy, even if it seems slow. A lot of the time, it’s the self-work we do that helps us stay on track, and gradually achieve success.

Is anger stopping you from enjoying your life? Make the decision to keep mindfulness central in your life. Develop a daily practice of meditation and be determined to do the work that needs to be done, rather than pretending everything is fine, or covering up your emotions with alcohol, drugs, shopping, busyness, or something else.

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Build Your Resiliency In Tough Times; Lisa Winston

Build Your Resiliency In Tough Times; Lisa Winston

October 13, 2021

Lisa Winston is a gifted vocalist, #1 international bestselling author of “Your Turning Point,” TV host, Mindset & Life Reset Strategist, and inspirational speaker. A life of extreme challenges, including losing her home to wildfire, breast cancer and neurological-Lyme disease, made her hungry for a deeper connection to Source and determined to find her true calling. Today, she shares the message that life is happening for you and challenges are sent to refine, not define you. Lisa has produced numerous influential online summits and is regularly featured on national radio, podcasts, events and trainings. She co-hosts, with Robert Clancy, The Mindset Reset TV show, a weekly series which is distributed to 164 countries worldwide. Lisa is grateful to be mom to her beautiful 26 year old daughter, Sarah, and to live, teach and speak across the globe with her soulmate, life partner and love, Dr. Joe Vitale.

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How Do You Feel Empowered As A Coach?

  • I feel so empowered because I work with a lot of women that are powerful. They're doing jobs in the workplace; I worked with a woman who is a pharmaceutical representative. She makes a lot of money and is very sure of herself. I work with people to build their businesses. I do a lot of different things, because I've come more into my own.
  • We really effect change in other people when we change ourselves. It's that connection we have with people. In the last year I've gotten more into working with mindset.

Words of Wisdom

  • Just, be still, because when we resist, it persists. Just be still in the place you're at and remember that it may not be time for you to get clear. When we start tapping into our intuition and listening and looking for signs; people, books, little things that come into our experience. It's good to start grabbing those and saying yes to those. Those are the things that lead us forward.
  • The other thing I want you to remember is that you are the miracle. I learned this from Joe. [Joe Vitale] This shifted my entire reality when I interviewed him three years ago. We are looking for miracles. We're looking for all this help outside of ourselves. We are a miracle. We are being breathed. We don't beat our heart. We don't breathe our lungs. We are being breathed. We are already the miracle.

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Fierce and Fervent Gratitude

Fierce and Fervent Gratitude

October 10, 2021

Fervent is defined as having or showing great warmth or intensity of spirit and feeling. Having enthusiasm is also part of being fervent. The word is also defined as hot; burning; glowing. The word fierce means to me that there is passionate intensity behind the item you're referring to. Today I feel furiously eager and intense about the level of gratitude I feel for my life. I'm grateful to you, Mindful Tribe, for being a faithful listener. I'm grateful for my family and friends. I'm grateful for nature and for the fact that I have a healthy body and can run every day in nature. 

Today is Thanksgiving Sunday here in Canada, and that's the reason I'm talking about gratitude today. It's important to have gratitude every day, but today is a great reminder of the many ways I am grateful about the life I have.

Reboot Your Mind So Money Will Flow; Nana Jokura

Reboot Your Mind So Money Will Flow; Nana Jokura

October 6, 2021

Nana Jokura is the Money Mindset Healer, International bestselling author of Your Healthy Success, former Naturopathic Doctor, and creator of the Visionary Entrepreneur program. Nana helps people go from struggling and trading time for money to turning on the taps to attracting more money, and more ideal clients with ease AND health. Nana teaches that your mindset is your greatest determinant of success and the root cause of your results.

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  • My sister.

Effect on Emotions

  • Being aware is everything. Connecting with: what am I feeling, what's going on now, what are my thoughts, what's the pattern here, and what do I want it to be. How can I change it? Just allowing for that first instead of sweeping it under the rug. Then we have the power to shift it.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • This is an area where I know I haven't even scratched the surface of. There's such a wide range of pranayama and other techniques.
  • I love to cycle, to be on my bike in nature, and walking will do this too. I find with cycling and dancing I notice I'm very expansive with it and easy with my breathing. That's also when I feel really connected with nature and just being in my body and who I am.

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  • Book: I would say, study the book of yourself. Study your behaviors and then notice your emotions and what's going on vibrationally. Then notice what the thought patterns and beliefs are, because so often it's below the surface.
  • App: I would say, get out in nature.

Bullying Story

  • When I was in elementary school, we were in the playground and there was a kid who was a troublemaker. He threw a rock at me. The teacher's reaction was actually stronger than mine. In that moment, I could tell that he really didn't intend to hurt me.
  • It was an expression or trauma or hurt that he was going through. I just knew that it was him acting out whatever hurts he was going through.

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Hello Ego, Enough Already

Hello Ego, Enough Already

October 3, 2021

The ego is front row, centre for most of us when it comes to our core beliefs, our decision-making, our opinions, and our controlling paradigms. Essentially, the ego is busy protecting our inner child. That inner child is who we identify as “I”. I feel this or that; I believe, I am suffering, I have anxiety, I have internal challenges, I have urges I need to satisfy. You’ve heard me talk about our Inner Bully here on the show, and that inner bully is what holds us back, what causes us to make poor choices at times, that voice that tells us we’re not good enough in whatever way, whether it’s I’m not smart enough, I’m not wealthy enough, I’m not fast enough.

Our ego is that part of us that controls your value of self. It continues a running narrative based on our beliefs and thoughts about ourselves. These believes come from lived experiences from various places including parents, relatives, friends, teachers, and society.

The ego has a lot of power over us and it gets this power by interpreting our belief system and uncovering our deepest fears and sometimes our strongest confidence and courage.

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Protection From What?

As I said, the ego is protecting us from our inner child, and it never stops. It’s extremely alert and is always ready to defend itself and act on anything it sees as a threat. Anytime there are threats to the ego, the ego steps up and makes an effort to redirect us.

What happens that might be a threat to our ego? For a lot of us the answer can be one or more items on this list:

  • showing a strong display of emotions
  • making confident decisions
  • jumping into extreme competition whatever that looks like for you
  • feeling fear and moving forward anyway
  • being a strong leader

Are You On Autopilot?

Your ego makes everything about you and what you believe. Anything going against those beliefs is seen by the ego as a threat. The ego’s goal is to diminish your worth and power. By doing that, it believes your inner child will remain safe.

Remember, the ego is something we all have as humans, and it is a necessary part of who we are. Having said that, it’s important to understand a little about how the ego works and how we can keep it in check.

As the title says, sometimes we have to tell our ego, “Enough Already”. You can work with the ego so you can improve your life. When we’re on autopilot, our ego takes control and does exactly what it wants to do. When we become aware of the ego, it will become less powerful over our thinking and our decisions.

What To Do

Here’s what to do to tell our ego, Enough Already:

  1. Become aware of your ego and realize you are not your ego. You and your ego are separate
  2. Have a friendly conversation with your ego. Finish this sentence … I am (blank). Notice what words come up for you after those two words, I am. Write down the words that came up for you following I am. Don’t judge what you wrote, just look at them with as little emotion as possible. If you do this various times throughout the day, you’ll start to identify the contents of your emotions and what’s holding you back. You’ll also start to identify your strengths.
  3. Give your ego a name. Giving it a name will help you have power over it and a better understanding of how it tries to control you.

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How Music Saved My Life; Riopy

How Music Saved My Life; Riopy

September 29, 2021

Riopy has established a worldwide reputation with his emotionally honest and vivid instrumental music, which has generated over 200 million streams globally. Riopy discovered the piano and taught himself how to play music, with this activity literally saving his life. He credits music for helping him overcome the horror of his childhood, anxiety, stress, depression, and drug/alcohol addiction. Riopy released his new album, ‘Bliss' earlier this year through Warner Classics. He’s done extensive research on the positive effects music has on mental health, even taking EKGs of his own brain waves to test the various effects of music. Riopy has devoted his life to achieving complete “lucidity” in composing and performing, using such techniques as transcendental meditation, yoga, maintaining a sober lifestyle, and even fasting for up to 48 hours, all of which provide a clean slate which has enabled his creativity.

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Effect on Emotions

  • Mindfulness is everything. Everything; it's day and night.
  • I am a thousand percent more aware of my emotions. Now I know what to do. I know it's all in the mind.
  • It's not external.I just have to rewire the mind and now I know how to do this.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • Breathing is everything. It's just so good. I love it. Breathing really gets your body ready and then you go into meditation.
  • Sometimes just going straight into meditation is impossible, so I so lots of different breathing [exercises]. One of them is the Wim Hof method.

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Turn Your Failures Into Wins

Turn Your Failures Into Wins

September 26, 2021

Today I’m talking about dealing with your failures and how you can turn them into wins. The episode is about how you view your accomplishments and how do you define failure. The fact is, you can change your thoughts in such a way that you’ll feel better about yourself, feel more confident and become more productive. All this will help you become the person you want to be. Today’s episode is called “Turn Your Failures Into Wins”. The steps you’re taking to become more mindful, including listening to this podcast, will help you gradually learn how to make the changes you need to make so you can deal with your inner bully.

Your Inner bully is a pattern of thoughts that can feel like an enemy has set out to sabotage your life. Some people feel like these thoughts are beyond control. Have you had thoughts that tell you you’re not successful enough, or not smart enough? Maybe you’ve had thoughts that tell you you’re a loser or a failure?

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One of my clients just finished her coaching sessions and she sent me this endorsement telling you about her success with hypnosis:
“My name is Danielle Genenz. I’ve struggled with my inner bully, low self-esteem and lack of self worth for years. My relationships with family members have always been difficult and I’ve gone long periods of time without speaking with them. Since I’ve had the honor to work with Bruce Langford on hypnotherapy, my life has changed for the better. I’ve been able to establish more boundaries in my relationships, which has allowed me to renew a connection I’ve not had in a long time with my family. I’m able to talk with them without constant confrontations and tensions and we are now able to communicate on a weekly basis. I’ve also developed a sense of calmness that has been missing from my life. Now my battle with negative self talk has eased significantly and I feel more freedom to do things I enjoy without the constant burden of emotional stress. Hypnotherapy has also helped me to develop more interest in socialization and I’m better able to give more time to myself. So once you are ready to do the work, I would really recommend this program to anybody who wants to improve their life and give themselves the gift of having more peace and confidence. Bruce has made all the difference in my life and I know he can for you as well.”
Danielle Genenz, Hypnosis Client

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I sincerely hope you’re not suffering with anxiety, hurt, pain, anger, and lack of focus. If you are, you can move forward toward a better life. A life where your direction is clear, a life where you are enjoying the results of your hard work and your accomplishments.

Thanks for listening to this episode about moving towards your clear goal. It’s great to sit here and share this with you, just as if you were here in the room sitting right here with me. Have a great rest of your day.

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The Science of Understanding You; Erin Claire Jones

The Science of Understanding You; Erin Claire Jones

September 22, 2021

Erin Claire Jones is a leadership coach, specializing in Human Design. She uses Human Design to help thousands of individuals and companies step into their work and their lives as their truest selves and to their highest potential. Her work as a guide, coach, and speaker has attracted a growing community of over 60,000 people who turn to her teachings for practical tools, digestible tips, and deeper self-knowledge so they can live with greater ease and authenticity every single day.

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Effect on Emotions

  • I think that has given me more perspective and acceptance. I think rather than getting lost in it and making decisions from where I am, it's honouring exactly where I am.
  • Feeling the feelings and being really connected and tuned in to them, and also trusting all paths and knowing clarity is always on the other side.
  • It has given me perspective and presence in a way that I've been able to move through a little bit more sustainably.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • It's part of my meditation practice and part of Kundalini.
  • I also always am inspired to connect to breath work with my partner who is always taking a deep breath and letting it out and that is how to reconnect to the moment.

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Bullying Story

  • It can be pretty vulnerable to put yourself out there in the world we live in right now. So much of my work is putting myself out there all the time.
  • Mindfulness has been a really necessary tool because I haven't faced so much of this; crazy messages and such. A lot of people around me are receiving this all the time so I think that it's been a real lesson in just having perspective and not getting lost and taking it all personally.
  • I can just step back and see it for what it is. My biggest lesson is putting myself out there but being grounded enough in myself that I'm able to handle things as they come and see them for what they are.

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Are you discouraged and stressed? Are you frustrated? It’s not hopeless. You can get through this. I’m Bruce Langford, a practicing hypnotist. I use hypnosis to fast-track people just like you to shed their inner bully and move forward with confidence. Book a Free Consultation to get you on the road to a more satisfying life, feeling grounded and focused. Let's get on a zoom call and talk about how you can move forward to a better life. Send me an email at bruce@mindfulnessmode.com
Creativity Equals Productivity; Joe Sanok

Creativity Equals Productivity; Joe Sanok

September 19, 2021

Joe Sanok is an author, keynote speaker, business consultant and podcaster. He is also a writer for PsychCentral, and has been featured on the Huffington Post, Forbes, GOOD Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Entrepreneur on Fire, and Yahoo News. He is the author of five books and has been named a top Therapist Resource for his consultant services and podcast, Practice of the Practice. His most recent book, Thursday Is The New Friday, is receiving rave reviews.

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Is The 4-Day Workweek Feasible?

  • Some countries are shifting to the 4-day workweek. The four day work week is a step that we're seeing, that for society is actually happening.
  • We see countries like New Zealand, Spain, and in Iceland a study just came out where 2500 people did a four day workweek. Kickstarter is switching over to it. Even small community colleges like Kalamazoo Valley Community College in Michigan switched over to it five years ago and they are saving millions of dollars on air conditioning costs in the summer.
  • So we see that there are all these business applications for the 4-day work week.

Iceland Study Details

  • It was a multi-year study of 2,500 people in tons of different industries. It wasn't just automotive workers or teachers, it was across the board in a number of different sub-sections of society. They found that productivity was up in four days. They found that creativity and happiness was up. An unexpected outcome was that their health outcomes were better. They were less stressed and less anxious.

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Life Challenges

  • In 2012 it all hit the fan at once. My daughter had heart surgery and as soon as the doctors said she was good and healthy, two weeks later I was diagnosed with cancer. My best friend's wife had breast cancer, my grandma died, it was just one of those terrible years. We all have one at some point unfortunately.
  • I was working at a community college at the time, full time. I had my side counseling practice and had just started a podcast, The Practice of the Practice podcast. So I had all these things going on, and this little baby girl who'd just had heart surgery.
  • I started to think about my forty-hour a week job. Really, it wasn't one of those jobs that I hated. I had autonomy, I had influence, my boss was amazing, so it was even harder, because it paid well and I had a great job. I could have stayed there for my whole career.
  • But the central question I asked myself was, ‘would I rather stay and never know what I have inside of me, or would I rather leave and potentially fail. And to me that was such a central question. I decided I'd rather leave and potentially fail and if I failed I could always come back to the counseling world.
  • So I left my full-time job and started Practice of the Practice podcast. Over the years I found that I was saying the same thing over and over. It was around time and the best use of my time.
  • At a certain point you need to stop taking out the trash. To have someone else do that so you can focus on those higher level things in your business and in your life.

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