Schwarzhoff

Schwarzhoff

For the last 20 years, Dan Schwarzhoff has helped others overcome their problems with emotions, addictions, obsessive behaviors, and relationships through conscious intuition. In each episode of his podcast, he explains the dynamics behind the issues, and along with his son Dan Jr., discusses how they relate to today’s society, culture and politics. This podcast is for anyone who senses there must be more to human existence than just endless, self-centered egoism and would like to share in the discovery of truth from within.... Show More

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July 5, 2020 33 min
Keeping healthy with a fit immune system, playing God, giving and seeking approval, cancer, is wearing masks a precaution or a submission, bizarre preacher blows the “wind of God” at COVID-19.
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Reacting to people or to circumstances with negative emotion makes us subject to them. Even the tiniest annoyance, like having to wear a face covering at the grocery store easily becomes a slippery slope into total submission to authority. Dan Jr. and Dan remind how it is imperative to always remain centered and conscious in the face of any stressful situation, as well as CHAZ in Seattle, riots, resentment bombs, social media bias,...
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The key to letting go is not in escaping the person, the thing, or the memory of what has upset us, but in not getting upset—knowing how to let go of resentment. Dan and Dan Jr. talk about Krav Maga, abusing yoga, and real maple syrup. Maggie asks if her immoral friend is "toxic."
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Psychologists have some interesting theories for why people procrastinate. They know that something deep is happening. But they don't understand it. Problems with procrastination stem from a metaphysical energy, AKA resentment. Its roots are in anger and judgement, spun out of an original shock. Here’s what works to quickly overcome chronic procrastination. Dan and Dan Jr. talk about using a daily planner, the Book of Job, and...
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The most important people in your life are your parents. Your relationship with mom and dad has unexpected consequences. Whether they are dead or alive, if you see them daily or hardly at all, if you’re close or estranged, you can overcome any bad habit, vice or fixation with substances with this one approach to dealing with them. Before you call mom tonight, listen to this. Powerful. Dan and Dan Jr. talk about the Fifth Commandme...
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July 28, 2019 35 min
You don’t know what love is. You think you do. But you don’t. We’ve all been misinformed, not only about what love is but how and where to find it. Also, Dan and Dan Jr. discuss raising children, and what causes a person to feel 'shame.'
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July 4, 2019 44 min
Find out why unmarried couple have such a hard time raising well-adjusted, happy children.
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Why is it that after turning their lives and wills over to doctors, those diagnosed with depression never get better, and ultimately only get worse? Anyone suffering from what clinicians call depression has been trapped inside their own head, lost in thought and seduced by a force of will separating them from their natural born integrity.  It is a somnambulant state of being where right seems wrong, wrong seem right and life becom...
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Answering some of your questions. Can we ever stop sinning and does that mean that we have become perfect? Also, experiencing ambition and fear as a young adult, the role of pride in addictions and relapse, and some observations about the popular 'dating' app Tinder.
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July 21, 2018 43 min
Dan discusses the little feelings, thoughts and ideas we all get, with which so many struggle – the thinking that often brings fear, resentment or doubt – and the simple solution to them. Also, Hank keeps getting interrupted while he meditates, and Paul feels like a lost young man scared of the world.
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You’ve probably heard that antidepressants can help rebalance the chemicals in your brain. But in truth, just about everything the professionals say on the subject of depression is speculative. Dan explains exactly how psychoactive medications cause a person to commit violent acts like murder and suicide. Later Dan and Dan Jr. discuss how antidepressant use is on the rise. John is curious about Dan's source of knowledge, ("...
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April 3, 2018 41 min
But before you light up that next joint... You’ve already heard all the pros and cons of marijuana – the legal, moral as well as the health arguments. But there’s one thing about cannabis you haven’t considered. There is an underlying emotional element to cannabis lurking inside every single user. And it grows with every toke.
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March 21, 2018 32 min
How does someone become an alcoholic or an addict? We talk about Dan Sr’s drinking, Dan Jr’s not drinking, drug addiction, President Trump's opioid initiative. George sees only darkness when he meditates, Amy wants to know if she has to believe in God, and Josh’s life has been changed reading Dan’s latest book but feels compelled to read it again.
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March 12, 2018 19 min
Dan and Dan Jr. talk about prescriptions for anxiety and depression, the efficacy of positive thinking, college fraternities and campus partying. Dan answers a question from Gary, a man living with his father who is an irritable and violent, drunk.
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February 21, 2018 36 min
A person who commits suicide or mass murder isn’t who you think they are. He has become the identity of someone else, who’s gotten inside him. This is metaphysical, and because of this, experts will always look toward wrong solutions. They're confused about the nature of human-kind and have no idea what they’re dealing with. It is worse than they could ever imagine, but also simpler to solve that they will likely ever know.
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February 17, 2018 28 min
The simple fact is that everything you’ve ever been told about the Ego, everything you have read or heard from psychologists, spiritual pundits, religious clerics, and university professors has been wrong.
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February 17, 2018 23 min
No one likes to feel anxious, but the discomfort serves a good purpose. It’s a symptom of something gone wrong – that something is broken. Drinking, eating, sex, antidepressants, smoking – these all are ways to remove the symptoms while leaving the cause totally unaddressed. Without having met and dealt with the spiritual cause of anxiety, then whatever is wrong and remains wrong. There is a simple way out of the anxiety dilemma.
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