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Now displaying: January, 2018
Jan 29, 2018

This week on Inner Monologue we have guest Sharmyn Townsend, yoga teacher and social activist based in Arizona. We discuss the concept of humanity being hard wired to be compassionate toward others and this concept in relation to social activism. She shares her story of allowing her meditation and yoga journey to shine the light on internal shadows. She discusses embracing her humanity and connecting to the feelings that she had previously self medicated. She also shares her story of hard drug and alcohol abuse and what inspired her to come clean. The power of meditation played a big part in her healing and the wellbeing that is derived from the awareness that everything that falls apart in one's life and within the world is so that it can shed light on something and fall together again.


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Synphaera Records
www.synphaera.com

Ascendant
Meridian by Ascendant
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/meridian/1127939110

Jan 22, 2018

his week on Inner Monologue, we have Brad Burge, the Director of Strategic
Communication for Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies, also known as M.A.P.S. Brad's primary role for MAPS is public relations, organizing conferences of the latest research for psychedelics and a focus on the need to rebrand the idea of psychedelics. We discuss the important roll that psychedelics play in our society as well as their medical benefits. Brad also shares his personal experience and relationship with psychedelics, which helped him overcome mental health issues he had dealt with from adolescence to college.


Other Musical Contriputions
Synphaera Records
www.synphaera.com

Ascendant
Meridian by Ascendant
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/meridian/1127939110

Jan 15, 2018

This week on Inner Monologue, we have Brittany Shulla, Yoga and meditation teacher as well as a wellness coach and practitioner. Her business focuses on classes she teaches in yoga and meditation for corporations through employee benefit programs. Her intentions are to give the employees tools to allow them to apply to their own lives for their benefit. She approaches the classes in a basic mindfulness format to allow it be very accessible to all. She also visits her history with eating disorders and how well being and mindfulness have supported in her healing and loving the body. We also reflect on another project she is involved in. She is a facilitator in Authentic Relating or "Circling", where groups gather to hold space for others in a supportive and therapeutic environment.


Other Musical Contriputions
Synphaera Records
www.synphaera.com

Ascendant
Meridian by Ascendant
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/meridian/1127939110

Jan 8, 2018

This week on Inner Monologue podcast is the mind body healing practitioner and owner of Your Medicine Woman, Maria Kalamas. We discuss the shadow side of our consciousness and embracing these parts of ourselves. We reflect on the importance of accepting our darkness and the aspects of ourselves that we consider inferior qualities. Maria opens up about her experience with domestic violence and divorce. This led her on a spiritual quest to better herself and in turn, teach others how to better themselves as well.

Jan 1, 2018

This week on Inner Monologue podcast is the founder of The Human Happiness Project, Ed Wischer. As many transformative stories begin, Ed’s journey begins with a breakup of a relationship.  Finding himself in an existential funk, he contemplated why happiness eluded him. He became fascinated with the concept and asked those close to him what happiness means to them. To his surprise, his friends and family were also stumped as to the true definition of happiness. This ultimately set Ed on a  quest to uncover his happiness.  Along this journey, he began to discover that happiness isn’t a goal, but a way to self-awareness.

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