089 – Noah Levy – Cultivating Strength

Noah Levy

Noah LevyBattling anxiety, why a breakup with an addict after six years changed everything, managing panic attacks on live TV, mind over matter and observing one’s own thoughts, loneliness, sadness, and how you give yourself closure, and cultivating strength…

Noah Levy, who  works in Content Creation, as a TV & Podcast Producer, and in Brand Development, joins Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studio powered by Sennheiser.

  • The first moment Noah became aware of the spiritual and metaphysical world around him
  • Noah’s childhood growing up in Brunswick, ME and his obsession with TV; MTV, commercials, and infomercials – specifically psychic hotlines
  • How he used to stay home sick from school so he could call in
  • Learning to distinguish between what’s “real” and what’s “1-800.”
  • Discovering Louise Hay and her teachings while attending NYU
  • How to change your thoughts so to change your realityNoah Levy
  • Learning compassion for not only others, but yourself as well
  • Working thru anger, and how envisioning who you may be mad at as a little child is beneficial and can place things in perspective
  • Pause/Halt – Do not react, the importance of thinking through your actions instead of reacting
  • The importance of reaching out, you should avoid isolating.
  • Noah’s history as a magazine editor and his run on TV as a co-host on VH1’s The Gossip Table
  • Noah’s ultimate realization that TV is weighed down by ego and over competitiveness
  • Compare/Despair – Stop comparing yourself to others and wallowing over why great things aren’t happening to you — you lose sight of what’s important
  • Noah’s delayed Saturn return at 30
  • Working thru a tumultuous relationship and recognizing the signs of codependency
  • How to deal with anxiety attacks, it’s mind over matter
  • The realization that closure doesn’t come from someone else, and that perhaps rejection is God’s protection
  • How resisting emotions can only intensify their effects
  • The negative effects of social media and how it’s creating more isolated people.
  • The shame that surrounds mental illness and loneliness
  • Noah’s intuitive reading and his reflections

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