081 – Dr. Cassandra Vieten of Institute of Noetic Sciences – A Conscious Shift

Cassandra Vieten

Parapsychological research…

Cassandra VietenCassandra Vieten, PhD, President of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, a scientist at the Mind-Body Medicine Research Group at California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute, and a licensed clinical psychologist, joins Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studios.

In this episode:

  • IONS, and its scientific research
  • Vieten’s father was a scientist, secular humanist
  • Her mother had more interest in the symbolic world, dreams, symbols, storytelling
  • How she developed a fascination with both inner and outer worlds
  • Her training as a psychologist
  • Turning the lens of science onto things she was learning in psychology program
  • How keeping things you like and getting rid of thing you don’t like causes a paradoxCassandra Vieten
  • Misunderstanding what is possible
  • Information may be contained in an additional layer of reality
  • What’s been found in research so far
  • Bringing together all the work happening in the field
  • What happens on someone’s own body due to intentions
  • When you pay attention to systems do they behave differently at a quantum level
  • Aspects of the mind extends beyond the body
  • Evidence of the possibility of precognition
  • Spoon bending
  • The need for more research, and funding
  • The resistance to this topic even in higher education, terming it pseudoscience
  • The power of our intention and how we direct thoughtsCassandra Vieten
  • Experiments and experiences solidifying data available that generates additional interest in optimization
  • A shift or change in perception, how work can support transformation of humanity in a way that makes it more difficultto be unkind to others and themselves
  • A larger calling for fulfillment, central to lives
  • How we can be kind and translate that into behavior changes
  • The importance of self compassion
  • Its not about becoming perfect — it’s about becoming real.
  • Why the scientific method is awesome
  • Citizen science
  • Getting involved or collaborating
  • Twitter as a data source
  • The need for funding and the economics of not solving the issue of human potential

080 – Pt. 2 – Dr. Anna Huff, Dr. Teresa Reyes Castillo, and Terri Galuszka – Blending Psychology and Spirituality – Part 2

When psychology meets spirituality in therapy…

Clinical psychologists and wives Dr. Anna Huff and Dr. Teresa Reyes Castillo, along with Terri Galuszka (clairvoyant medium and healer with Visions of Light) — who together operate a coaching practice,  join Julie Chan for the second part of an interview in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • Top recommendations for people who are seeking to awaken or are close to that process
  • Questioning what you want and don’t want anymore, who do you want to be
  • Seeing what is genuinely you and not, questioning everything.
  • Seeking things outside of you for guidance, but they don’t give answers
  • Sitting alone in silence for long periods of time
  • Imternal landcsapes don’t make sense with words, but images help
  • Discovering one’s spirit
  • Amazing effects of how we get coded into a train of thought
  • Food-eliminating, thinking of it as totally different way
  • Vibrationally connecting foods to measure nutrition
  • Impact on bodies and mental well being and spiritual channels
  • A look into the future
  • A more conscious effort to come into community
  • Nuclear war and global political issues]
  • How we’re responsibleFor chocies we make
  • The anxiety on the planet, a need to come to a direct center
  • The need to understand what were doing
  • The future we’re aiming toward
  • The rise needs to be greater than the fall
  • The trend and threat to question things
  • Striving for balance
  • A reminder of an image of unity and light

079 – Pt. 1 – Dr. Anna Huff, Dr. Teresa Reyes Castillo, and Terri Galuszka – Blending Psychology and Spirituality – Part 1

Anna, Teresa, Terri

When psychology meets spirituality in therapy…

Anna, Teresa, TerriClinical psychologists and wives Dr. Anna Huff and Dr. Teresa Reyes Castillo, along with Terri Galuszka (clairvoyant medium and healer with Visions of Light) — who together operate a coaching practice,  join Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • What brought Anna and Teresa to collaborate – met in graduate school
  • How they were overwhelmed in grad school, and it was a struggle as demands so high, and demands of relationship so hard because being twin flames
  • Reaching a place on the journey, almost a stopping point
  • Went on retreat on California, realized more about purpose as psychologists, opened a world with a different way of helping and working with people, purpose in the field
  • Taking psychology to a different level and introducing spirituality
  • Working together as co-therapists, and meeting TerriAnna, Teresa, Terri
  • How Anne and Teresa thought they would work with couples but that didn’t happen and instead worked with individual people
  • Terri sets landscape with a reading ahead of other therapy work, sets picture of person that’s clear to work with and process and integrate information set up for them
  • How this fast-tracks people
  • How Terri is a Jersey girl, raised by British mother who was a healer, several people in her generational family that were healers and clairvoyants, trained carefully with humility, passion, trust
  • Terri’s father was navigational engineer whose mother read tea leaves and  read Tarot
  • Teri did ghostbusting with family
  • Seeing energy come in, how Terri can read energy grids around body, can see were the trauma is, and pinpoint it
  • An example of a patient at a crossroads
  • Explaining the complex work done – complex yet there is a clear and dynamic flow
  • Having a way to go in both conscious and unconscious
  • Pulling certain layers of the unconscious into the conscious where the psychologists can work
  • An impromptu reading and session with Julie stirs up deep emotions, and a journey of recovery for her sight
  • Cognitive dissonance in the field, when something is right and wrong at the same time
  • Energy fields and disturbances
  • Finding the intersection of simple and complex

078 – Lauren Coles and Emily Griesing of Yoga Yacht – Bond, Thrive, Experience

Yoga Yacht

A boat-based wellness retreat company…

Yoga YachtLauren Coles (CEO, Daisy Yoga and Yoga Yacht) and Emily Griesing (COO of Yoga Yacht) (Yoga Yacht takes passengers on boat rides to exclusive beach locations worldwide for yoga and meditation experiences) join Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • Being very sad, had life-threatening ectopic pregnancy, very sick
  • Needed a way to celebrate getting through that, being well again, inviting clients to celebration which became Yoga Yacht
  • Something to look forward to
  • Reducing tension from a sedentary work lifestyleYoga Yacht
  • Another option instead of owning yoga mats and having it be a must-do instead of a want-to-do
  • Importance of feeling strong in your own body
  • A connection to the water, a father’s work on the water with Pete Seeger and trying to fit in with a legacy
  • Education is a big part of things
  • How to meld the creatures on this world
  • Boat partnerships, brand partnerships, not just trying to sell lifestyle experience, but has meaning behind it
  • Connecting with a memory when partnering with groups, customizing experience for brand partners
  • Every partner had a cause mission behind it
  • Losing weight, loving yourself

Yoga Yacht takes passengers on boat rides to exclusive beach locations worldwide for yoga and meditation experiences. They are all about connection: to land and to sea, to yourself and to others. Our experiences are open to all, with the goal of bringing together a community of like-minded individuals to embrace the moment. they provide unforgettable wellness escapes while raising awareness on ocean conservation and reducing our negative impact on the environment as a maritime company and as individuals. They partner with socially-conscious brands and organizations that elevate guest experiences and align with their mission of wellness, connection, and giving back.

077 – June Choi of Serval Ventures – 4D Tech Farmer

June Choi

June ChoiBeing a 4D Thinker, transformative tech meets human evolution, how Korean-American Midwest roots shapes an ecosystem of startups, and human transcendence…

June Choi, CEO of Serval Ventures (evolving the startup success and venture investment model by applying a data-driven experimentation approach, honing talent, and delivering thoughtful and sustained support) joins Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • How Choi had as many as five careers, and being a Korean-American immigrant
  • Choi was supposed to go to med school, but sees herself as a four-dimensional thinker, see things play out, didn’t want that path
  • Figuring what she didn’t want, and her parents disowneed her
  • She decided to pursue a literature degree, loved reading books, and her father disowned her again
  • Took a business minor
  • Wanted to be a judge, but didn’t want to go to law school
  • Moved to England because they speak English too
  • Couldn’t feed herself, depended on Ramen
  • Becoming an executive director at just 26 for a non profit
  • Got divorced, had a child, had to support child but not do it full timeJune Choi
  • Did strategy consulting
  • Took professional sacrifices to be home with her child as much as possible
  • Decided she is female role model for her daughter
  • Then started a company, which was scary
  • Choi had resisted being an enterpeneur for a long time, was freeing
  • Being an advisor to a startup and they wouldn’t listen
  • So, became an investor
  • Why aren’t accelerators and venture investing evolving properly?
  • As an investor – less tech people in tech companies, business people have an idea, then hire expensive people for a startup, so they have to raise money instead of building company and product and going to market
  • Choi focused on the need to keep founders focused, and thus the innovation roadmap developed
  • The way different people think, complex vs. linear
  • Chan provides an intuitive reading – using play and education
  • Facilitator instead of farmer, helping others understand each other, further their visions
  • Community watering hole, serenity and togetherness
  • Contributing to the farm
  • Emerging tech
  • How people are evolving

076 – Cardozie Jones of True North EDI – All Eyes on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Cardozie Jones

Cardozie JonesHow loss of sight propelled a new path of Equity, Diversity, and Interdependence to create spaces in which reflection and action-oriented dialogue result in transformed communities…

Cardozie Jones, a NYC-based educator, artist, and consultant, and Founder and Lead Facilitator at True North EDI ( facilitating workshops and trainings, coaching and developing teams and leaders, and consulting and supporting systems-level change), joins host Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • Cardozie Jones on what shapes him
  • When he was starting to have vision issues
  • Multiple surgeries on his eye, eyesight faded
  • Starting at school at NYU on 9/11
  • Deciding his pathCardozie Jones
  • Believing it must be possible to make a living and feel free
  • Moved to Hunter College, and was the only “brown body” in his class and he realized the ‘system” was broken
  • A one way ticket to Paris, writing, and why it was a checkpoint
  • How to get this life in Paris his life in NYC all the time
  • Raising $55k in three months for a theater production, an artistic apex
  • Creating True North consulting firm
  • Equity, diversion, and inclusionCardozie Jones
  • Being able to say “no” in working with people you don’t want to, and having meetings about aligning values
  • How Jones doesn’t have to say “please need me”
  • How people can shape equity where they are working
  • Pillars of what’s possible for change
  • Giving people the opportunities to be successful, creating a world and spaces for each human being to thrive

075 – Lynne Guey – The Fearless Discovery of You

Lynne Guey

Reconnecting with yourself, making an unconventional career move, creating a podcast, the power of yoga, and unpacking blockchain…

Lynne GueyLynne Guey, Head of Communications for LOOMIA (bringing comfort, safety, and confidence to the human experience through the seamless integration of technology into everyday products) joins host Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studio powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • Guey on trying to find herself
  • Traveling alone in the Middle East for three weeks to go to the farthest point she could, finding time by herself
  • The challenge of paralysis of analysis
  • The difficulty of sitting and focusing on herself with a busy scheduleLynne Guey
  • Being empowered by all possibilities that could be
  • Learning about yoga, blockchain, writing
  • Bouncing back and forth between the two ends of the spectrum
  • Starting a new job as Head of Communications at LOOMIA, a blockchain wearable tech company, and starting a podcast
  • A hodgepodge without a strategy, finding herself,
  • How she had to leave where she was to get where she is now
  • The significance of a series of moments
  • Reflecting on a prior intuitive reading with Chan, imagery of libraries, including a library of books like Heaven might have, or as a metaphor for the Internet or perhaps her podcast interviewing Asian americans as storytelling and a window to peek through for others
  • Figuring out what success is for you as a person, requiring living a life of courage, and getting in touch with yourself, looking inwardLynne Guey
  • Unpacking blockchain
  • Creating a world that is much more like nature
  • Yoga has been life-transforming, how it allows herself to be more forgiving of herself
  • Create space for people to feel at home with themselves, pay attention to one’s body, being present
  • Why it is OK to fail

074 – Brooke Gillespie – Sound Healing

Brooke Gillespie

Sound, vibration, and music as universal methods of healing, awakening, consciousness, and bringing peace to humanity…

Brooke GillespieBrooke Gillespie (a visionary sound healer, song writer and song carrier of sacred songs from all over the world including Native American songs from South, Central, and North America, Tibetan and Sanskrit mantra, African songs and more, a gifted energy and sound healer, Pleiadian Lightworker and Reiki Master who believes in sound and music as universal methods of healing) joins Jessica Brodkin in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • How Brooke Gillespie was raised in nature, always knew she’d live in NYC, grew up in Twin Cities area
  • Moved east for school and exploration when she was 19
  • Father is a musician, surrounded by music, mother a dancer
  • Learned about yoga and Buddhism etc early in life,
  • The Aquarian Age is now, ruled by air element we’re in it now, sound is part of air element
  • Gillespie as a sound healer, part of sound healing colelctiveBrooke Gillespie
  • Shamanic sound healing experiences and journeys for people
  • You are your own biggest healer
  • Golden drum, community pf people coming together, some live together, 17-20+ people.
  • What brought her onto healing journey, felt suffering as a young person
  • Sweat lodges
  • Light work healing to integrate body mind, heart, spirit, emotion, aura etc
  • Connecting with community

073 – Dr. Ara Bagdasarian of Sol-Center Chiropractic – Mission: Intuition and Relief

Ara Bagdasarian

Ara BagdasarianIntuitive chiropractic to adjust your body such that you can shine brighter…

Dr. Ara Bagdasarian, Founder/CEO of Sol-Center Chiropractic, joins host Jessica Brodkin in the MouthMedia Network studio powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • Why Dr. Ara Bagdasarian is not an average chiropractor
  • How his modality formed overseas during mission work
  • 18 years experience
  • Organized mission work for 13 years in several countries
  • A month of work in mission site, with 3-4 hours of sleep dialyAra Bagdasarian
  • One of the most fulfilling experiences of his life, eventually got in a rhythm, driven by flow of intensity
  • “Getting high” on helping people
  • How his gifts and awareness expanded after working many hours, able to be aware of what was happening in several rooms at same time
  • Finding areas of nerve interferences and unblocking them
  • The incredible story of the origins of chiropracticAra Bagdasarian
  • How Dr. Ara Bagdasarian got started
  • Being careful not to absorb people’s energy and problems during the healing process, a huge lesson
  • Many variations of chiropactic, and battling the negative PR, media, and opinions
  • Many diversity in how to direct chiropractic into the future as a widely held accepted form of care

From the Col-Center Chiropractic website:

Dr. Ara continued his humanitarian services by providing 13 mission trips/tours worldwide, most of which he organized and directed himself with the wonderful, willing and selfless coordinators and assistants in each country. As the missions evolved, he incorporated fund raising. 100% of proceeds went towards humanitarian and disaster relief projects.

Each mission brought a unique touch and opening of hearts, allowing Dr. Ara to deepen the quality of chiropractic and healing services

Serving in Brazil, Armenia, India, Nepal, Serbia, Hungary, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Germany, Holland, France, England, and Switzerland, Dr. Ara started grasping a vast knowledge and understanding of the nature and geometry of the human body as well as cultural similarities.

Dr. Ara Bagdassarian is presently providing chiropractic care in his Fresh Meadows Location in New York and is welcoming new patients to start on their journey towards wellness and healing.

072 – Aimee Raupp – Body Belief, Body Health

Aimee Raupp

Acupuncturist, herbalist and women’s health & fertility expert, Aimee Raupp…

Aimee RauppAimee Raupp joins Julie Chan in front of a live audience at Coresight Research to explore how to radically shift your body’s health, deal with autoimmune diseases, and address fertility issues. This is one of several episodes on the topic of pregnancy.

 

In this episode:

  • Why Julie was inspired to reach out to Aimee, how she came in with fear about having a baby, had a lot of beliefes that she was physicaly weak
  • Julie was seeking positive stories, saw something more than that, and can counter engrained beliefs
  • How Aimee wanted to be a medical doctor, with an undergraduate in biology
  • Not getting into medical school the first time she applied,  scoring low on her MCATS, and was traumatzied by that, and how this led her on a path
  • Discovering her new path through series of synchronistic events
  • Meeting people who were involved with acupuncture
  • An “aha” moment
  • Meeting a Chinese herbalist
  • How Chinese medicine school felt natural for her to learn
  • How acupuncture and diet and lifestyle and meditiation and mindfulness all work together
  • Going into private practice
  • No fear can be ignited when pregnant and post pregnant, can catch fear, energies vulnerable
  • How our thoughts impact and dictate physiology
  • When we’re not believing in ourselves
  • How ideas can impact how your body responds
  • How we attack ourselves emotionally the can make your body attack itself
  • Autoimmune conditions
  • “I am my illness”
  • How you decide to support and nourish yourself supports that cellular renewal, don’t look back and beat yourself up, just accept this is where you are at
  • Epigenetics, and how just because you have predisposition you can question and massage them by diet and lifestyle and a conversation with yourself, supporting yourself more than beating yourself up
  • Cellular misidentification vs. Emotional misidentification – – slowly giving up parts of ourselves, prioritizing other people ahead of ourselves
  • Ask yourself – how can I better nourish you?
  • Our we living in stress hormones in places like NYC?
  • What will happen when you start living a more loving thought?
  • Inflammation will go down, will feel less under attack
  • The route of self love, looking for ways to enjoy the experience you are in
  • Inflexibility in women is an issue
  • Compassion and kindness
  • Aimee’s own stories of stress related eczema
  • Listening to the screaming going on “on the inside”
  • Finding belief, and a story of hope
  • Paying attention to cues and triggers that create physicological symptoms
  • Making a list of positive things to deal with difficult relationships

Guest bio:

Aimee Raupp, MS, LAc, is a renowned women’s health & wellness expert and the author of the books Chill Out & Get Healthy, Yes, You Can Get Pregnant, and Body Belief. A licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in private practice in New York, she holds a Master of Science degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and a Bachelor’s degree in biology from Rutgers University. Aimee is also the founder of the Aimee Raupp Beauty line of hand-crafted, organic skincare products. She has appeared on The View, and has been featured in Glamour, Allure, Well + Good, GOOP, Shape, and Redbook, and has received endorsement from Deepak Chopra, Arianna Huffington, Dr. Christiane Northrup, and Gabby Bernstein for her work in helping thousands of women to improve their vitality, celebrate their beauty, and reconnect to the presence of their optimal health. Aimee is also an active columnist and blogger for Thrive Global, Acupuncture Today, MindBodyGreen, WellRounded NY, and Motherly, and is a frequent speaker at women’s health & wellness conferences across the nation. She engages her large community worldwide through her online programs and with her website, www.aimeeraupp.com.