Podcast: Holistic Nature of Us: Meet Janet Pagan

Description: Ayurveda is the “science of Life”. Recognized by the World Health Organization as a legitimate medical model, Ayurveda offers a healing system based on observations of our natural world. How can we use, understand, and apply this healing system in our everyday life? My guest this week, Rev. Janet Pagan is an Ayurvedic nutritionist, certified health coach, Reiki counselor. She discusses dosha types, seasons and more. Join us for an informative discussion.

About My Guest: Rev. Janet M. Pagan, CEO of Phoenix Sol H.P., Inc. is a Certified Holistic Health Practitioner with the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Rev. Pagan is a Certified Health Coach; Ayurvedic Nutritionist; Reiki Master and Spiritual Counselor. Rev. Pagan also holds a Master Degree in Public Administration from Baruch College and has worked in the field of Child Welfare servicing children and families for over 15 yrs. (Rev. Pagan received a Bachelor of Science in the field of Education and Black Studies with a minor in Latin American Studies from SUNY- New Paltz. )

Transcript:  #33 Janet Pagan

Podcast: Holistic Nature of Us: Meet Lois Grasso, Transformational Breath and EFT Tapping

Description: Yogis teach us to be grateful for our breath of life. Without our breath, we do not exist. My guest this week, Lois Grasso, explains how we tend to stuff our emotions, especially as children. She encourages us to breathe with intention, pay attention to our breath. After all, its the most essential element in keeping us alive. But did you know breathing with intention can relieve us of anxiety and other emotions that perhaps we keep hidden inside?

Lois Grass, aka Mimi Stevens, is also the author of a children’s book, Maven and the Magic Buttons. She wrote the book to teach children to use EFT tapping to handle emotional stuff they may be too young to understand. I hope you will join us for an enlighting discussion about two effective modalities.

About My Guest: Since 1991, Lois Grasso has been passionate about her mission to empower and motivate people to take good care of themselves – physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. In the ‘90s, she was the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of The Self-Health Networker, a monthly newsmagazine featuring national and CT health experts. She later became certified in Transformational Breath®, while editing and publishing the founder’s book on the subject, and began her private practice as a Transformational Breath Coach in 2002. She founded the non-profit OxyGenesis Institute in 2003 and has since facilitated 10 international Holistic Health events, including 3 cruise conferences. Today, Mimi still loves public speaking and private coaching to help people get happy and healthy using breathing practices, EFT Tapping, conscious communication skills, and her own modality, “On-the-Ball Anger Clearing”. Today, she also empowers elementary school children (and their adults) via her most ambitious program ever… “Whole Schools Tap Into Happy” is based upon her book, Maven & the Magic Buttons, which she has authored under the pen name “Mimi Stevens”. The book and program make conscious breathing and EFT Tapping easy for kids to learn so they can relieve their own physical pain and emotional stress.

Transcript:   #33 Lois Grasso

Podcast: Holistic Nature of Us: Meet Gunther Hauk, Biodynamic Farming

Description: The earth is a living being. How well do we take care of the soil, air, water? Biodynamic farming is a regenerative, sustainable set of principles and practices for farming that rebuilds, restores soils. This system encourages crop diversity, building compost for soil regeneration and more. Meet Gunther Hauk, retired Waldorf school teacher and founder of Spikenard Farm, a Honeybee Sanctuary located in Floyd VA. He teaches many classes and is a part of the Documentary: Queen of the Sun.

About My Guest: Gunther Hauk is a retired Waldorf school teacher. He is the founder of Spikenard Farm, Honeybee Sanctuary, located in Floyd, VA. He is also the founder of the Pfeiffer Center in Spring Valley, NY. Both farms operate on biodynamic principles. Gunther is featured in Queen of the Sun documentary where he joins with others highlighting the issues and the grave concerns many have over the honeybee population declines.

Transcript: Gunther Hauk

Podcast: Holistic Nature of Us: Meet Ajamu Ayinde, Certified Hypnotherapist

Description: Another spoke on the wheel of healing modalities is hypnosis and hypnotherapy. With a long and rich history of application and science-backed research, hypnosis has a place in complementary and alternative medicine as well as within the western medical model. Meet Ajamu Ayinde who explains the use of self-hypnosis, and the holistic framework for Transpersonal Hypnosis. He shares his journey and an inspiring story of how this modality helps. Join us for an intriguing discussion.

About My Guest:  Ajamu (Ah-ja-moo)  James Ayinde (Eye-in-day) Ajamu is a Certified Medical Hypnotherapist and Transpersonal Hypnotherapy Trainer.  He graduated from Trinity College in Hartford with a BA in Asian Studies, emphasizing multicultural education and Performing Arts. His MA is in Motivational Psychology, emphasizing sports performance.  Certified in Clinical Hypnosis since 1995, Ajamu specializes in hypnotic childbirth preparation, pediatric hypnosis, and cancer support. He was honored as Therapist of the Year by the International Association of Counselors and Therapists in 2004 and he received further honors from the National Association of Transpersonal Therapists in 2012 and in 2017 for his work with athletes and pregnant couples, respectively.  He sees clients in Carmel, NY and worldwide via Skype.

Transcript: Ajamu Ayinde

Podcast: Holistic Nature of Us: Meet Eaglemoon Raes, Holographic Healer

Description: Our physical bodies are composed of trillions of cells organized into community specialties. Though every cell may have the same program capabilities, a cell in the eye knows to turn on eye function, not liver function. Complex and even mysterious we have not unlocked the mysteries contained within our own bodies. Tai chi experts suggest we give thanks to each community in our bodies for the incredible integration that occurs.

Eaglemoon  Raes gives us stories and practical examples of how our body is like nature and what healing successes she has seen. Inspiring and miraculous, I hope you will enjoy this discussion. She discusses and refers to Holographic healing: which “accesses patterns of energy and makes changes directly at that point, rather than “running” or channeling energy. The patterns are biological information fields which form an active, constantly resonating matrix. This matrix and its interconnections provide a continuum for rapid, coherent intercommunication throughout the body. The vibrations and waveforms in this matrix can be changed, so a practitioner can collapse the current reality, such as an injury pattern or some stuck situation within the body or emotions, and introduce new information to produce new possibilities that are more useful.”

About My Guest: Eaglemoon Raes is a licensed Avatar® Master and Wizard. In addition, she is known to be a
gifted healer and has been trained as a Usui and karuna™ Reiki Master/teacher, a holographic
healer, a Guided Self-healing practitioner, an EFT practitioner, and is a certified hypnotist.

Transcript:  Eaglemoon Raes #29 

Podcast: Holistic Nature of Us: Jane Seymour, Wildlife Biologist, Steward of Belding WMA, CT

Description: What’s happening to our birds and bees? Essential to the health of our ecosystems, many suffer the loss of habitat, food, and shelter.
Jane is the steward for The Belding Wildlife Management Area here in CT. Beautiful meadows attract a variety of insects and other wildlife. Managed nearby forested areas keep the ecosystem strong and healthy. But, let’s get back to the birds and the bees. What do they need and how can we help? Jane’s expertise and tips are practical and timely.

About My Guest: Jane Seymour is a Wildlife Biologist and steward of the Belding Wildlife Management Area in Vernon. The Belding WMA was donated to the State of CT by Maxwell Belding who then set up a trust fund to help manage the habitats and provide environmental education. Received a Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Conservation from the University of Massachusetts, and a Master’s degree in Natural Resources from the University of Connecticut while researching habitat use of American kestrels.

Transcript:  #29 Jane Seymour 

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