Part 1: Carolyn Delaney is the founder of the Maine magazine, Journey. Carolyn started this magazine to amplify hope & celebrate freedom from addiction. They recently celebrated their 1 year anniversary and I was honored to attend the event. It was so inspirational to hear how this magazine has positively impacted so many people throughout the State and even throughout the U.S. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, substance or behavioral, then I hope you’ll listen to this episode to get inspired.
As a woman in recovery, Carolyn and her team’s mission is to shine a light on what freedom from addiction looks like. Her vision is to create a platform for celebrating recovery and amplifying a message of hope, empowerment and connection.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares a DailyOM email titled, “Promises”.
Part 1: Director, Reggie Groff, and Suzan Roberts Norton join me to discuss the documentary film The Brothers. This movie shares the story of Terry & Suzan’s two sons, JT and Michael. JT was a vibrant, energetic child who was diagnosed with schizophrenia in his early adult years which ultimately led to him committing suicide. Michael was diagnosed and is living with Muscular Dystrophy and was super close with JT. To honor his brother, he wanted to make a movie about him. Enter Reggie Groff, who worked with Michael to share this inspiring story of a family that fights through tremendous hardship and loss with creativity and a zest for life.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares a DailyOM email about Quality vs. Quantity.
Part 1: Larry McWilliams and Pam Dunnam, owners of Potluck Joint Relief in Westbrook, Maine discuss how they created their custom “Potluck” salve and how that helped Larry eliminate his use of opiates which helped manage his pain after losing his leg in a motorcycle accident 30 years ago. There are many uses for medical marijuana and it can be very confusing about how and why to obtain a medical marijuana card or which products to choose, especially with the States where you can purchase it for recreational use. Larry & Pam help us to understand the options out there so people can easily access this miracle, natural drug!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda completes her discussion about the Complaint Free World Book by talking about the 4 stages of Competence that everyone goes through when they are learning something new or trying to change their habits.
Part 1: Karen St. Clair of TouchPoint explain what EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Tapping is and how we can use it to help us resolve a wide variety of things that block us from living the life we desire including anxiety, fear, depression, stress, etc. Karen also developed a new technique known as Reiki Tap Renewal. She educates us on Reiki, how she combines that with Tapping and why utilizing a certified EFT Practitioner can be more beneficial vs. doing tapping on your own.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about the decluttering she has been doing and how clutter affects your energy.
Part 1 – Retired Orthopedic Surgeon and former U.S. Army Colonel, Dr. Eric I. Mitchell, is now the CEO of Hemp Commodity Industries. He educates us on the history of Cannabis and the many uses Hemp is good for which he feel will change not only our economy, but also our health.
Part 2 – Weekly Words of Wisdom: Lynda talks about the importance of volunteering and how just by spending a couple hours a week or month can make a huge difference.
Part 1- Do you suffer from chronic pain or have you been suffering from a mystery illness for a long time that your doctor doesn’t have a diagnosis or cure for? Ingrid Levasseur with Inner Image Health Screening talks briefly about Clinical Thermography and then goes in depth about NES Health. NES Health provides a complete system to restore health and energy at its source by looking at the physics underlying the biochemical nature of the body, and correcting the body’s bio-field and information. Part 2-Weekly Words of Wisdom: Loneliness, Part 2 – How does social media contribute to loneliness and what are some things we can do to stop feeling so lonely?