This week on Inner Monologue Podcast we have guest Dana Hearn, Loss Survivor. Dana shares her experience of losing her brother to suicide about a year ago. She shares the journey of grief and even the practical details that are involved in that experience. We also discuss the expression of loved ones through the dream world and the messages and symbolism one can receive in their life after losing a loved one. There is a comfort one can be gifted in their grieving process by sensing the presence or message from a loved one they lost. She also discusses the necessity of having continued support from others and healthy outlets even after several weeks following the loss. She also shares the power of ceremony on the anniversary date of the loss and the beautiful ritual she did to honor that day.
This week's guest on Inner Monologue is Horticulturist, Bill Artwohl. Bill is the Lead Cultivator at a state licensed cannabis production facility. We learn how Bill found his love for growing plants by working with a variety of plant types. We discuss the importance of knowing where your food comes from and the amazing health benefits from having a personal relationship with your food.
This week's guest on Inner Monologue is Holistic Health Wellness Coach, yoga teacher and founder of Au Naturel Wellness, Lindsey Smith. Lindsey and I begin our conversation by discussing the importance of food, making healthy choices and being mindful of harmful eating habits. Lindsey incorporates yoga into her practice to guide people physically, emotionally and spiritually toward wellness. Her purpose is to help to support people to find and nurture their true authentic self to its fullest potential.
This week's guest on Inner Monologue is Dr. Jason McNeil. Jason emphasizes that being a doctor is his main profession however, it's not his true identity. He believes there is great importance in life to feel like he is never working. Jason is a man of many passions in life including yoga, mountain biking and even harvesting agave plants to build and play didgeridoo instruments. Recently, Jason has found joy in silence. Living on the edge of the Tonto National Forest, Jason will often hike into the wilderness by himself and sit in silence. This practice allows him to detach from the world in order to feel the depth of his inner consciousness.