Focused Intention to Manifestation! On Staying Sane

So what is focused intention and is it something you should strive to increase in your life?  Dr. Denise tackles this important question in her “On Staying Sane” series of her podcast.   You’ll learn how to actually stay present in the moment of NOW and how running late, creating a vision and checking off your errands can all be done with focused intention.   From ways to change your mindset as you get out of bed in the morning to “seeing the Good” even in the suffering of daily life, this episode has a take-away for just about everyone.  Hear the connection between focused intention and manifestation and how to shift the energy of annoyance, frustration or anxiety.  Sit back, relax and look inward.

 

Yogananda the Musical! Creative Minds Series with Meditation Teacher, Singer and Director Michel Pascal

Buckle your seats for this interview.

The golden threads of Super Synchronicities, Inspirations, Seen and Unseen Energy Transmissions are celebrated with director Michel Pascal on the evolution of Yogananda the Musical.

With Reverence:

MICHEL PASCAL
Michel Pascal is a transformational and spiritual multi-talented artist, meditation teacher, singer, composer, photographer, film director, and author dedicated to supporting underserved populations – including LA’s hardened population of parolees.
An author of 20 books on spirituality, Including “Instants sacrés” with HH Dalai Lama and “Meditation for Daily Stress, 10 practices for immediate well-being” A book that describes all his new approach of Meditation. Who has taught to VA US Army for the Chaplains at Veterans Center in Sandiego, Firemen NYC, Psychotherapists, Google, 911 customer service, Google, Nestle, Harvard University, John Hopkins University, Columbia University, Pratt, Stony Brookes University, Yola At LA Yola Schools of Gustavo Dudamel, Aspire Pacific Academy,  Dharma Yoga Center NYC/LA.
He is the director of the We Are Never Alone film, one of the solutions of the Never Alone movement for Suicide prevention and Mental Health.
As a singer Pascal has performed his “Medicine Voice” concerts several times at Carnegie Hall in NYC. This year he will perform the Christmas concert 2021. He has been singing with famous musicians like Myron McKinley, music Director of Earth, Wind and Fire, Verdine White Co Founder of Earth, Wind and Fire, Paul Pesco, Mark Ledford (vocalist of Pat Metheny Group), and many more..

Embrace Your Neurostyle and Beyond with G. Beverly Bergmann Part 2

Tenacity, Love and Patience become the Trinity for today!

Part 2:

“Dare to Be … A Prayer”

 

Dare to dream

Dare to step forward and

Dare to be.

 

And, as I do,

I claim and honor my authentic Self

which has been

Nurturing

me more than I realize.

It is with this awareness and

Inner Knowing that I

give thanks to my Inner Wisdom

which is and always has been

One with God.

My soul and the spirit of me are united as a Trinity.

Each morning as I awake and

every night when I retire,

my Heart and Soul connect

in prayers

of gracious thanksgiving literally

elevating me to a Blessed Realm

where dreams manifest with

loving sincerity

reverently embracing me

in an ineffable essence of “Grace.”

It is within this sacred space of Silence where I am united

One with God.

Tears flow down my cheeks and I give Thanks.

 Amen

G. Beverly Bergmann is a champion for children who are at risk and with developmental disabilities, an author of prayerful prose for personal reflection, inspiration and emotional health, and has played an integral part in maintaining and introducing music instruction into the greater Los Angeles area since the 70’s. She is Chairman Emeritus with the Board of Directors for Young Musicians Foundation and has funded the Bergmann Technology Labs where music technology programs explore the ways in which music engages with technology through composition and the performance process.
Bergmann graduated Magna Cum Laude from Pepperdine University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Data Processing. She holds a Master of Arts in Spiritual Psychology from University of Santa Monica (USM), and a post-graduate Certificate in Consciousness, Health and Healing, additionally from USM. She is an ordained Deacon and Elder with the Presbyterian Church. Bergmann is also the Co-Founder of the Holiday Wish List Toy Drive for SHARE, Inc. Later this year her series of books, entitled “Love, Life and Light,” will be released.
Happy Eternal Birthday Ted Bergmann, 9/12/22

Embrace Your Neurostyle and Beyond with G. Beverly Bergmann Part 1

It is an honor to have Beverly Bergmann join me for the September 2022 Embrace Your Neurostyle and Beyond Series.

Bev shares her “aha moment” feeling of liberation and freedom on the cellular level and true integration of mind, body & soul with the concept of embracing her unique neurostyle.

We also embraced what I call adaptive vs. restrictive perfectionism by being tenacious in dealing with tech issues, hence part 1 and 2 done.

Part 1:

G. Beverly Bergmann is a champion for children who are at risk and with developmental disabilities, an author of prayerful prose for personal reflection, inspiration and emotional health, and has played an integral part in maintaining and introducing music instruction into the greater Los Angeles area since the 70’s. She is Chairman Emeritus with the Board of Directors for Young Musicians Foundation and has funded the Bergmann Technology Labs where music technology programs explore the ways in which music engages with technology through composition and the performance process.
Bergmann graduated Magna Cum Laude from Pepperdine University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Data Processing. She holds a Master of Arts in Spiritual Psychology from University of Santa Monica (USM), and a post-graduate Certificate in Consciousness, Health and Healing, additionally from USM. She is an ordained Deacon and Elder with the Presbyterian Church. Bergmann is also the Co-Founder of the Holiday Wish List Toy Drive for SHARE, Inc. Later this year her series of books, entitled “Love, Life and Light,” will be released.

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month: On Staying Sane

Dr. Denise’s “On Staying Sane” podcast tackles Suicide Awareness and Prevention month. But we will dig much deeper than the normal list of potential warning signs. We talk about the Hot Potato Game, what do if you have a genetic mental health challenge and shame and suicide. Dr. Denise provides some practical tips and tools for different age groups, including why you might not have to go to a doctor to address this topic. (Hint: Spiritual Leader.).

Gratitude, good nutrition, fitness and helping others — it’s all part of the talk on this very important topic:

LOVE ALLKIND! Embrace Your Neurostyle and Beyond with Jake Myers

“Use the energy of fear, betrayal, and other intense emotions to CREATE a MOMENTUM of Change.”~Dr. Denise

“LOVE ALLKIND!” A vision and concept of working towards love & acceptance of individuals (all sentient beings) regardless of race, sexuality, gender, socioeconomic & more is near and dear to Dr. Denise’s heart and Earth mission.

Jake Myers is back for an open & compassionate discussion about the power of our words, thoughts, and actions on our individual and societal attainment of self love and tolerance of one another’s unique perspectives.

Jake shares his childhood experience(s) that fueled and shaped his desire to be a therapist and now founder and CEO of LGBTQ therapy space. He moved to Florida at the beginning of the pandemic and is now in a state in which the word “gay” is not allowed to be spoken in classrooms.

This is a deep dive episode on how to discuss perspectives that are divisive and not loving with the intention of using EMPATHY AND COMPASSION to ascend into a space of LOVEALLKIND.

Part  1 & 2 (combined):

About Jake Myers
Jake Myers is the founder and CEO of LGBTQ Therapy Space, the first LGBTQ-owned and operated online therapy platform designed for LGBTQ+ clients. A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who recently relocated from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale, Florida when his own practice moved online, Myers is dedicated to providing an affirmative and welcoming space for LGBTQ+ individuals and couples to navigate life’s challenges. He graduated from Antioch University Los Angeles with a master’s degree in clinical psychology and a specialization in LGBT Affirmative Psychotherapy. Myers writes a column, “Ask Jake,” for Queerty, in addition to other mental-health related topics. You can view all of his pieces for Queerty here.
LGBTQ Therapy Space
LGBTQ Therapy Space is the first LGBTQ-owned and operated online therapy platform designed specifically for LGBTQ+ people. The innovative and user-friendly platform connects LGBTQ+ clients seeking quality individual or couples counseling services with local licensed therapists who have first-hand knowledge of LGBTQ+ challenges and experiences. The platform provides an authentic, judgment-free space to help clients navigate a wide variety of challenges, including issues that disproportionately affect members of the LGBTQ+ community, such as anxiety, depression, substance abuse and discrimination. To learn more about LGBTQ Therapy Space, visit lgbtqtherapyspace.com.

Intelligent Rest! Champion Mindset Series with Dr. Robert Weil, The Sports Doctor

I am honored to have paradigm progression pioneer “The Sports Doctor”, Dr. Bob to share his wisdom, tips, tools and more on the importance of mind, body, soul BALANCE..

Tune IN to this exciting episode on all things to do with….

Intelligent Rest:

Dr. Robert A Weil, Sports Podiatrist. Dr. Bob has treated many of the world’s premier athletes from all types of sports. He has practiced podiatry & sports medicine for over 30 years in the Aurora- Naperville area and was recently inducted into the prestigious 2019 National Fitness Hall Of Fame and is the host of ‘The Sports Doctor radio show. Dr. Bob was on WDCB public radio in Chicago for over 20 years and has written articles for many newspapers. He is a frequent contributor to both The Naperville Sun and The Aurora Beacon. The Sports Doctor is a frequent guest on other networks.

Health Integrity! Embrace Your Neurostyle and Beyond Part 2 with Dr. Joyce Spurgeon

“People are looking for conflict.” ~Dr. Joyce Spurgeon

This is a deep dive vulnerable talk with Dr. Denise and Dr. Joyce on HEALTH INTEGRITY regarding how to talk with one another given the pandemic is still here and Humanity is BURNT OUT on all things Covid.

How do we socialize?

How do we respect one another’s unique health situation?

How do we stay healthy mind, body, soul?

Tune IN for tips and tools on creating your UNIQUE Health Integrity Plan:

Joyce A Spurgeon, MD completed medical school at the University of Louisville and went on to do her residency in adult psychiatry there.  When she finished her residency, she stayed at University of Louisville as the associate training director for the psychiatric residency.  She progressed up and associate professor and became the training director and her clinical work was specializing in the treatment of mental illness in the peripartum period.  Following her time at UofL, she changed the directions in her career.  She was hired as the only psychiatrist at a Schneck Medical Center in Seymour, Indiana where she has worked for the past 7 years.  She is proud to work closely with the primary care providers to help treat mental illness in a vastly underserved community.

Health Integrity Part 1

WHO Article 

Are You Ready for Help?

Health Integrity! Embrace Your Neurostyle and Beyond with Dr. Joyce Spurgeon

Let’s Talk Health Integrity.

Dr. Joyce Spurgeon is back to start a discussion on what I have been calling Health Integrity. She and I are on the frontlines of mental health and in this part 1 Dr. Joyce and I talk about the 25 % increased incidence of anxiety and depression for Humanity during the pandemic.

Let’s face it WE are all feeling the stress in some way and are “Done with Covid” yet it is not done with US.

Teaser part 1  here:

Joyce A Spurgeon, MD completed medical school at the University of Louisville and went on to do her residency in adult psychiatry there.  When she finished her residency, she stayed at University of Louisville as the associate training director for the psychiatric residency.  She progressed up and associate professor and became the training director and her clinical work was specializing in the treatment of mental illness in the peripartum period.  Following her time at UofL, she changed the directions in her career.  She was hired as the only psychiatrist at a Schneck Medical Center in Seymour, Indiana where she has worked for the past 7 years.  She is proud to work closely with the primary care providers to help treat mental illness in a vastly underserved community.

WHO Article 

Are Your Ready for Help?