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This week on episode 315 of the Inner Monologue podcast may be the last time Thomas or Sharon play in the Inner Monologue podcast. The two talk a bit about their experience with the show over the years. Thomas shares all the amazing support that Sharon has contributed to the show all through the years. Finally Thomas shares one of his main reasons …
 
This week on episode 314 of the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of Sharmyn Townsend . Sharmyn is an activist, coach and recovery advocate. We talk about psychedelics, our mutual feeling to walk away from the wellness community and the poison that is influence chasing To learn more about Sharmyn Townsend go to... www.mylifecoachsharmyn.com Ent…
 
This week on episode 313 of the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of Clint Kirk. We talk about Bo Burnham’s master piece, “Inside”. Clint and I talk about the end of rise of Influencer culture and the inevitable end of humanity. It’s the most uplifting Inner Monologue conversation you’ll ever hear. To learn more about Clint go to... www.Clinton…
 
This week on episode 312 of the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of Celeste Burruel. Celeste is a social worker and educator with her or flavor of mystic. We talk about the overwhelming amount of information filling the world and how we choose to deal with it. We also talk about the long term affects of the pandemic has on our society. To lear…
 
his week on Episode of 311 of the Inner Monologue Podcast Is the return or Hamid Jabbar. Hamid is a yogi, a musician and a psychonaught facilitator. He has a new single out called Greatest Mystery. We talk about the weirdness of the last year. The importance of being around people and the time used to explore musically. Subscribe to Inner Monologue…
 
his week on the Inner Monologue podcast is Hypnotherapist, Dr. William Deihl. Dr William Deihl helps those having problems sleeping, weight loss and diet, anxiety or just looking to over come some of life’s obstacles. William shares the story of how he found himself working with hypnotherapy. To learn more about Dr. William Deihl go to... www.dochy…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of the owner and operator of The Down Dog and Dirty, Lizzy House. We begin our conversation talking about the narcism of social media and my love for Bo Burnham’s, Inside. Lizzy also talks about finding love in the middle of a pandemic, letting go of alcohol and finding solace in creativity. We…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of the owner and operator of Odyssey Health, Brandon Day. With Brandon’s 5th appearance on the show I share my assessment of the fate of the human species. Brandon has a lighter disposition and we discuss our views of the world and how we come to them. To learn more about Brandon Day go to... w…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of Jill McMahon. Jill is experienced in helping those bereaved by traumatic loss, as well as individuals having difficulties with everyday life transitions. We talk about the rapidly changing world, whether it be a pandemic, social media or other obstacles life throws at you. Jill talks about her experien…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of career and life coach Naphtali Anderson. Naphtali’s mission is to empower others to take full control of there lives and become the masters of it. Naphtali and I talk about the concept of "The Hustle" and the importance of being present with that which matters the most. To learn more about Naphtali Go …
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of Courtnay Hough, cofounder of Azulita. Azulita is a collective that helps learners and educators thrive with inspiring materials an self care resources. Courtnay shares how Azulita had adapted to the pandemic to provide the best resources for educators. She shares her personal story talking about her up…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of Benjaman Sullivan. Ben has spent more than half his life as a student and practitioner of shamanism and Earth Medicine. His own journey of personal healing and discovery has led him to study and train with master healers and medicine people of North and South America, as well as the Celtic Medicine of …
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of Katrina Glenn, cofounder of Azulita. Azulita is a collective that helps learners and educators thrive with inspiring materials an self care resources. Katrin shares how Azulita had adapted to the pandemic to provide the best resources for educators. We talk about the importance of not only taking time …
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of Rev. Ken Heintzelman of Shadow Rock UCC. Ken is a minister, a social justice and human rights advocate and so much more. Len and I talk about ministry during a pandemic, the divisiveness in our culture and the importance of have two sides to inclusivity. To learn more about Ken and the mission of Shado…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of Bree Pear of Only Human. Bree begins by talking about the need for adapting the mission of Only Human in the midst of the pandemic. We share our mutual disappointment in the wellness and spiritual community. Bree talks about social media and her mission to use it as a tool to benefit humanity by promot…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of Bill Artwohl, the owner and operator of West Coast Green Thumb. Bill is now working independently in the high desert of Arizona. True to his name, Bill is growing CBD grade cannabis on land that has been historically used for cattle…because it was deemed nothing could be grown on the land. We talk abou…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is wellness guide, Hayla Wong. Hayla is a recovering spiritualist and has been on a mission to expose toxic wellness and spirituality where ever it resides. She has an amazing ongoing but called “The Day in the Life of Woo Anon Goddess” which is a hysterical satire of the ridiculousness that persists in wellness and sp…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of Clint Kirk, aka Conchena. Clint is an artist, a photographer and a curious soul. After both watching the movie Jeff Who Lives at Home, Clint and I exam how true spiritually has now clique. We talk about how every subculture has its own group of members that is the equivalent of the cool kids table in a…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is Kira Mamula. Kira is a Men’s Wellness Advocate and life guide. In Kira is a Men’s Wellness Advocate and Life Guide, whose humanistic approach harnesses the power of neuroplasticity (rewiring of brain patterns for positive, personal change) to create a more empathetic, trusting, healthier, and happier society. To lea…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of author, podcast host and journeyman, Randell Green. In this episode Randell talks about his latest adventure to Dubai and Egypt and what traveling is like during the age of Covid. He also shares a bit about his recent book, Curiosity: Learning from the scholars around us. Randell asks shares his apprec…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is mother, wife, Yogi, activist, firebrand and provocateur, Alyshea Shaw. Alyshea talks about toxic spirituality. Burned out and looking to supplement her income, Alyshea decided to go back to school to peruse higher education. While back in school she became aware and of the contradiction within the spiritual and well…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the owner and operator of Odyssey Health, Brandon Day. Brandon and I continue our conversation from episode 284. We begin our conversation talking about men searching for a new rite of passaging in today's world. We touch on defining toxic traits within our society, psychological archetypes coming to terms with our …
 
This week on the RISE podcast is creator, owner and operator of the Masculine Research Institute, Crystal Morris. Crystal is a men’s coach creating space and providing support for men finding their voice and learning how to deal with their mental health. Crystal talks about the loss of a dear friend Suicide being the event that lead her on the path…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is creator, owner and operator of Cloo Croo, Hill Collins. Cloo Croo is part bar crawl, scavenger hunt and fundraising mechanism. Hill and I talk about the early inception and inspiration of Cloo Croo. Hill also opens ups about the evolution of Cloo Croo and using it as a way to bring community together for a great cau…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is Activist and Author Eric Borsuk. Eric is the author of American Animal: A True Crime Memoir and is also on the board of Die Jim Crow Records. Eric's story is also told in the film also titled American Animals. Eric opens up about the a rare book heist, going to prison and the trials of re-entering society. Eric also…
 
This week on the RISE podcast is the return of Sharon Rose, own and operator of the Goddess Leadership Academy. The Goddess Leadership Academy is an international collective of woman come together to learn, grow, teach, and be in the consciousness of the Matriarchy. mission is too educate and initiate women into the ways of the Sacred Feminine so t…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of Bonnie Sultan, President of Sultan Justice Consulting. With the events of the January, 6th (2021) assault on the U.S. Capital and the days that followed Bonnie and I talk about the history of systemic racism and the privilege it provides. To learn more about Bonnie go to... https://www.linke…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is Transformational Coach & Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Jamil Sayegh. Jamil talks about how changing his diet in high school radically changed his life. He also talks about his relationship with his father, his passion for helping others rewrite their internal stories and so much more. To learn more about Li…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of Link, S. C. Link and I recorded this episode soon after the January 6th Capital Siege. We find fellowship is airing out of collective grievance on the current political clime t and how conspiracy theories has manipulated a large portion of the population. To learn more about Link go to... @s…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is Wolf Moon. Wolf Moon does tarot readings, fire ceremonies and host a radio show called The Leather Monk. Wolf talks about his journey from home building to tarot readings and conducting fire ceremonies. He explains what pulled him to the fire and how he uses it as a tool for self discovery and healing. To…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of Shruti Gurudanti, the co-founder and CEO of Televeda. Televeda was founded to help older adults and other individuals suffering from loneliness and social isolation. Through live streaming technology, curated class content, and a welcoming community, we work to bring a purpose to the lives o…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of the owner and operator of Odyssey Health, Brandon Day. Brandon talks about finding his purpose within the very struggles that affected him in his past. He talk about the heroes journey and a spiritual experience in the mountains of Montana. To learn more about Brandon Day go to... Instagram …
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of Yogi, Marcela Rodriguez. Marcel begins by sharing her experience adjusting to life during the pandemic. We discuss mental health and trauma response we see from people and ourselves due to the pandemic. Also, I continue my complaint tantrum towards the toxic elements of the wellness communit…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is life and career coach, Naphtali Anderson. Naphtali’s mission is to empower others to take full control of there lives and become the masters of it. Naphtali and I talk about how the the biggest road blocks in life are usually self imposed by our perceptions. We discuss self talk and how important it is to…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of Celeste Burruel. Celeste and talk about the wellness community being prone to magical thinking due to trauma that lead them to a Wellness lifestyle. We also talk about the pandemic and all that has come with it and how it as only served to trigger that underlying trauma both consciously and …
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of Kwadwo Openg-Mensah. Kwadwo is in the early stages of a grand plan to understand human emotions, habits and how they affect our mental well being. He talks about his intention and the two of us dive face first into the rabbit hole of mental health, how we are affected by it and thoughts on w…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast our guest is Dr. Nilda Franco. Dr. Franco and her team has been working on the frontlines of the pandemic since the beginning. She talks about the early days of the pandemic, what a typical day is like and the importance of following guidelines. Entelechy Visions www.entelechyvisions.com Theme Music provided…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast our guest is the return of artist, photographer and chef Clint Kirk aka Conchena. Clint and I take time to talk the siege of the Capital on January 6th. We discuss the implications white privilege and the rising tide fascism. Clint and I talk about the importance of character and ethical behavior. To learn m…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast our guest is the return of artist and musician, Kayla Clancy. Kayla and I catch up on life while discussing our experiences during 2020. To learn more about Kayla Clancy go to... www.meetthesun.bandcamp.com/ Entelechy Visions www.entelechyvisions.com Theme Music provided by Cloudkicker. To learn more go to w…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast our guest is Dr. Donna Barnes. Dr. Barnes is an Associate Professor at Howard University and teaches suicide risk management in the College of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry. She has published many articles and chapters on suicide and given presentations on the topic across the country. Dr. Barnes train…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast our guest is Sean Chapman. Sean has organized a work out challenge called the Jesse Smith Method. This challenge is in honor of Sean’s friend, Jesse Smith, who died by suicide. Sean talks about his friend Jesse, how he came up with the challenge and what the challenge has been like for him. There is also a b…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast Sharon and Thomas take a look back at the past year with the intention to find some sense of meaning. They talk about Christmas and great guests over the past year. Thomas grapples with the concepts of censorship in the age of disinformation while both Sharon and Thomas talk about what they learned most from…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is co-owner & co-operator of Casa Galactica, Michael Thornhill. Michael is a professional channeler, intuitive, medium and students of the Noya Rao lineage of Shipibo curanderismo. The vision of Casa Galactica is to create a loving, caring space for people to connect with inner wisdom, higher guidance, to he…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the return of cannabis advocate, Tyler Hurst. Tyler and I reflect of 2020 and all the baggage that comes with it. We talk about our observations of those around us, where our frustrations and anxieties in the new normal and how despite all the chaos we have found a way to thrive. To learn more about Tyler…
 
This week on the Inner Monologue podcast is the repost of Episode 46 with the astounding creative, Scott Griessel. Scott Passed on to the next world on Tuesday, December 1st, 2020. Scot was a mentor and friend. I am a better person today because of my own transformational life changing experience that I shared with him. That experience was the Cros…
 
This week on Episode of 271 of the RISE podcast is President of Sultan Justice Consulting, Bonnie Sultan. Bonnie talks about her years of service and experience work in the criminal justice system. She talks about her journey to work in the field, how she manages the stress and frustration that comes with the job and how she works to change and bri…
 
This week on Episode of 270 of the RISE podcast is Faith Payne. Faith is a high school student who wrote the screen play for the short film “Stronger By This. Faith talks about her inspiration for the the script and how she met the filmmaker Ann Cabano. To learn more about Faith Payne’s story and film “Stronger By This” watch here Entelechy Visions…
 
This week on Episode of 269 of the RISE podcast is Will Fluellen. Will talks about about his youth and growing up with a father addicted to drugs. The fall out of his fathers addiction was one traumatic and abusive experience after another. Will talks about his personal journey and how he learned to grow and transcend his past. Entelechy Visions ww…
 
This week on Episode of 268 of the RISE podcast is Trauma-Informed Breakthrough Coach and Narcissist Recovery Expert, Navae Lukas. With well over a decade of study and experience, her holistic and strategic approach guides women beyond the stronghold of cPTSD, into UNSHAKABLE confidence and the power to succeed. In addition to coaching, Navae enjoy…
 
This week on Episode of 267 of the RISE podcast is student Leena Darwish. It’s hard enough being a teenager in this day and age, leave it to 2020 to toss a pandemic into the mix of the high drama that comes with the transition from High School to College. Leena, a freshman in College talks about her experience with her final days of High School and…
 
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