Whole and One

Whole and One

At the intersection of epi-genetics, neuro plasticity and psycho-neuro immunology is our ever increasing awareness of neuro-chemistry and the mind-body connect. You are what you think about. Where attention goes, energy flows. In other words, as your body keeps score, the servant can become the master. Your thoughts can knock you out of homeostasis and make you sick. Conversely when you learn how to get your emotional needs met, healthily and in balance, you cannot be mentally, emotionally and/or by extension, physically unwell. Through this empowering series of light-bearing interviews with captivating guests, Síle Ui Chiaráin from Ireland will help you to gain objective perspective on your own story. Stay tuned to learn how to manage your self-talk, quiet your inner critic, as well as build a healthy relationship with anxiety. It’s like doing a bicep curl for your brain. Tune in Wednesdays at Noon Pacific on VoiceAmerica Empowerment and build resilience one show at a time.

Episodes

May 5, 2021 60 min
In this moving and candid introduction to young John, before he became Dr Demartini, we learn how to find and embrace our inner genius, in order to execute on our dreams and live our best life. Having himself progressed from conformity to enormity at so many levels throughout his life, particularly when he was much younger, Dr John Demartini has dedicated his life to sharing his knowledge and wisdom on how to live life intentional...
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In this tell-all interview with Keith Walsh, former Radio DJ with Ireland’s RTE 2FM, podcast host, author, playwright and most recently Creative Director with ThinkHouse, a youth marketing company, our special guest shares how dying a little on the inside has positioned him for rebirth into a stronger and more resilient version of himself. Aware now that his greatness lies in cultivating and maintaining a healthy relationship with ...
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In this episode Stephen Moore, a young journalist from Stirling in Scotland, talks about life as a direction, rather than a destination. Stephen is a firm believer in process flow and is reinventing his life, at a speed of trust. Not every day will be a creative day, not every day will go according to plan. Those are the exact days for which the plan needs to be in place. Stephen shares his tips and techniques for optimum productiv...
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April 14, 2021 60 min
Positive social interactions and healthy exchanges of attention are basic human needs, analogous to other basic needs like food consumption or sleep. It is fair therefore to assume, that the absence of positive social interaction, at whatever age, may create a want, or ‘craving’, that motivates behaviour to repair what is lacking. Cues associated with positive social interaction, for example smiling faces, playtime, credible conve...
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Have you seen the movie ‘Caravan of Love’? A semi-autobiographical film about an Italian man, who leaves his home town of Rome in Italy, to come to Ireland at the tender age of twenty-two, to find himself. After a very successful period of time spent in India, in a job he sourced from his then presumed to be, temporary home on the Emerald Isle, he returned to Ireland, this time to settle there. The rest is, as they say…the ‘social ...
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March 31, 2021 60 min
In this episode Maria Dolores of Scandinavia introduces us to the whole concept of The Human Contract. The Human contract is a movement that Maria has spent 20,000 hours researching and distilling into what she calls The Seven principles of Human Dignity. The seven principles are based on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Human Contract is an opportunity for all of us, to become and to remain accountable...
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Inclusion and inclusive leadership are merely philosophical and aspirational concepts and constructs until their very intricacies are acknowledged, embraced and accepted as such. Differences don’t need to be superseded, in order to initiate inclusion within an establishment or organization. There will be differences. Increasing our window of tolerance for difference, managing micro aggressions when differences are apparent and work...
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What syncs, links. Exploring strategy and culture as a dynamic duo in conversation with Charlie Boyle of CSEI. According to Peter Drucker (1909-2005), management is a perceptible function and to be a manager has unequivocal responsibilities. Drucker maintains that ‘culture eats strategy for breakfast’. Strategy accounts for the direction in which an organisation is going and focuses on requisite resourcefulness and skilfulness to ...
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The brain has a reward system and a punishment system. Nature has created chemical rewards for engagement with things, that move us in the general direction of adaption and things that serve our wellness. Nature punishes us for involvement in and with things that are not good for us and don’t serve our wellness. Dopamine is a feel good molecule that is essential for Growth Mindset, pursuit of goals and wellbeing of all sorts. Grow...
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Every system in nature has a push and a pull. Just as we have a system for stress, we have a system for calm, called the parasympathetic nervous system. Unfortunately that is a system that we need to learn how to engage, as opposed to the sympathetic nervous system, which is always active. The sympathetic nervous system is like your body's alarm system, you don't want to disable it, but under conditions of stress, whether r...
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Brian Pennie, from Dublin in Ireland, was a chronic heroin addict for 15 years. Just 8 years later, he is a lecturer, a keynote speaker, and a radio presenter. His recently released book, Bonus Time, tells the story of his journey back from the dead and outlines the habits and practices that he now uses to stay safe and maximize his wellness in a sustainable, wholesome way. For Brian, balance is key and he has written courses to he...
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