So what happened on last week’s show? Lian was with Lucas Rockwood, a yoga teacher trainer, digital nomad, green food junkie, and serial entrepreneur. With a formal yoga training background in Hot Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Gravity Yoga, and the Yoga Trapeze, Lucas has studied with some of the most well-respected teachers on the planet.
In search of nutritional products designed specifically for achy yoga students’ bodies, Rockwood worked with senior nutritional formulator, Paul Gaylon, and founded, YOGABODY Naturals in 2007.
In this show we talk about how unnaturally most humans eat in today’s modern world and what that’s doing to our health, weight and energy levels. And what we can do instead!
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And this week’s show is with Jacqueline Hollows, the founder of Beyond Recovery CIC. Jacqueline works within the criminal justice system (with support staff and inmates) sharing how our experience of life is created from our own minds. Jacqueline has seen that through a fresh thought in any moment, a deeper level of common sense, connection and resilience is always available. Even in prison people are finding humour, and connection, and joy and peace of mind. If that is possible in one small section of one prison– the universal possibilities are limitless!
In this show we talk about Jacqueline’s work in prisons and what she’s seen about labels and diagnoses (e.g. PTSD, addict, depression, anxiety)… both how they can initially be helpful and also what’s possible when we see past those labels and understand the true nature of how our minds work.
I’d love to know what YOU think about this week’s show. Let’s carry on the conversation… please leave a comment below.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- Labels and diagnoses can be helpful in people getting some help and also allowing them and those around them to see their psychological innocence. But this is only part of the puzzle… labels can keep people feeling broken and from moving past that label.
- We can grow and move past suffering when we begin to see where the suffering is coming from – our own thoughts.
- Hearing about what possible for prisoners’ with very challenging life stories, a collection of labels and diagnoses, and not to mention the circumstances of being locked away in prison, shows what’s possible for all of us!
Resources and stuff that we spoke about:
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