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#023 What Women Need to Know about Men with Josh Trent

 

I am SO excited about this episode.  It is a topic I have been wanting to cover for a while.  It is also an aspect of health and wholeness that I LOVE to talk about. Today we are talking about dating, relationships, communication and attraction,  from the perspective of a MAN….which is key.  We are also taking a look at the ways men struggle with body image and weight.

The man who courageously stepped up to the plate for this conversation, is my dear friend,  Josh Trent. Josh is the founder of Wellness Force, and a wellness industry influencer and coach.  He is also a top ranked iTunes podcast host of both Wellness Force Radio and the Fitness + Technology podcasts.

With over 13 years in the health and wellness industry, he leads the Wellness Force community in discovering physical and emotional intelligence to help men and women live life well.

His vision for Wellness Force is to empower over one million men and women in discovering the physical and emotional intelligence we need to live life well and enjoy the process. A KEY to enjoying that process is our relationships.  Josh and I love chatting about this topic together as friends, so here we are! =) 

In this episode, you are going to hear Josh share:

  • The physical and emotional transformation he has gone through to get to where he is today.
  • how physical weight can be a manifestation of your inner world.
  • why you must take responsibility for the story you tell in your head about yourself, others and life.
  • his experience being faced with the modern man’s dilemma
  • how to handle the pressures and expectations put on both men and women in our culture to do it all, be it all and have it all.
  • his insight on male body image
  • what makes a woman most attractive.
  • what it takes to have a healthy, harmonious, connected partnership
  • what makes a man want to commit to a woman.
  • the difference between being a strong, successful woman and having “independent women syndrome”.
  • why your language dictates your life.
  • what courageous communication is and why it matters
  • why being perfect is actually unattractive.
  • how readiness, divine timing, willingness and courage all play out in dating and love.
  • what men want most from women

Learn more about Josh at Wellness Force.

Check out the Wellness Force Podcast

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A few quotes to round out this topic from one of my favs from @createthelove. 

“Fall in love with yourself first.  When we’re whole we can see clearly the types of people who are in front of us as our vision is not clouded by loneliness and insecurity.  It makes everything else so much easier because then we search for people that compliment us, not complete us.” – Mark Groves.

“Great love doesn’t leave.  It stays.  It communicates.  It tried to understand.  Great love doesn’t walk away.  It walks towards.” – Mark Groves

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Freedom from Your Past with James Woeber

 

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In this episode of IMperfectly Healthy, I interview James Woeber, an international speaker, writer and consultant who trains thought leaders, healers and entrepreneurs to free themselves from trauma-based and ancestral patterns so that they can be wonderfully successful and serve as powerful change agents in the world.

James is the Co-Founder and Director of Art of Heartful Living, a leadership development and human potential program, that since 1998 has taught individuals and organizations powerful mind/body tools to manifest their heart’s deepest desires and be of service in their communities. His experience as a trainer and therapist spans well over two decades, and he recently served as Co-Director of the 2015 North American Systemic Constellations Conference—an event dedicated to healing ancestral and trauma-based issues for individuals, families and organizations.

You are going to hear James share his insight and wisdom on:

  • the mind-body connection
  • how family patterns impact your life and health in the present
  • how early childhood experiences or trauma are connected to current health challenges
  • what are some of the common “issues behind the issue” 
  • the importance of being in tune with your own body
  • the main keys to healing issues keeping you stuck in life
  • what it means to practice the art of heartful living

Connect with James at www.artofheartfulliving.com

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The Anatomy of Eating Disorders: starving for joy, self-care and pleasure

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In this episode of IMperfectly Healthy, Faith interviews Charmayne Kilcup, a heart and soul coach that specializes in helping people overcome heartache, emotional trauma, and spiritual crises. Charmayne has her Masters in Counseling and her Ph.D. in Transpersonal Psychology. She is also trained in Noetic Field Therapy®, Reconnective Healing®, and Thetahealing®.

You are going to hear Charmayne share how she transformed her own struggle with food and her body, from a place of pain, to a life filled with joy.

She offers powerful wisdom on: 

  • the two root causes of disordered eating and body shame
  • what women are really hungry for
  • the power of BEing
  • what really makes you attractive 
  • the importance of filling your cup first
  • why the impulse to “binge” is actually good
  • the magic of the feminine and the impact cultural conditioning has had
  • practicing self-forgiveness to heal your inner wounds

Connect with Charmayne at www.charmaynekilcup.com 

Mentioned in the show:

Geneen Roth: www.geneenroth.com

Allison Armstrong: www.understandmen.com and www.queenscode.com

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The Gift of Illness: Autoimmune, Love and Waking Up

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In this episode of IMperfectly Healthy, Faith interviews Laurie da Silveira, a certified nutrition consultant with a masters degree in counseling living in the Bay Area. She is the owner of Vibrant Living with Laurie, where she sees individual clients and offers group classes regarding holistic nutrition and heart-centered healing. She is also the co-founder of the Love is Medicine: Guiding Clients to the Cure Within Practitioner Training.

You are going to hear about why Laurie sees her own health challenges as a gift, the role of limiting beliefs in illness, the healing power of forgiveness as well as:

  • why addressing health physically often isn’t enough
  • the common limiting beliefs that precede illness and health issues
  • the power of taking responsibility for your body and life
  • why you are a big huge mansion
  • how illness can become your identity and keep you stuck
  • how to find peace and appreciation on your health journey
  • the mental/emotional/spiritual causes of thyroid and digestive imbalances

Connect with Laurie at www.vibrantliving.us

 

Mentioned in the show:

Direct Labs: www.directlabs.com

Heart Math: www.hearthmath.org 

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Gaps Diet Book: http://www.gapsdiet.com/home.html

Mystery School: http://www.livinginthepresence.net/

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Why Your Relationship to Your Illness is the Cure

Are you struggling with chronic health issues?

Do you feel like you are going round and round and getting nowhere?

Are you sick and tired of having your body hold you back?

Then this is for YOU!

In this episode of Own Your Body ~ The Loving Path Series, I interview Jessica Flanigan, clinical nutritionist, spiritual counselor, and author of The Loving Diet on her revolutionary approach towards healing autoimmune disease.
Jessica shares her wisdom on:
  • how illness is a vehicle for transformation
  • why love is the most powerful medicine of all
  • the important role trust plays in the journey
  • what you can do now to find peace and joy in the face of disease.
This is a profound conversation!!

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Are you a “Positive Avoider”?

Is positive thinking the answer to everything?  Can one truly create the life of their dreams by simply thinking positive thoughts?

You may have heard…

  • You are your thoughts.
  • You create more of what you think about.
  • What you focus on, expands.

This may all be true.  However, can positive thinking sometimes be confused with “positive” avoidance?

Continue reading “Are you a “Positive Avoider”?”

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3 Ways to Celebrate You

Why do you do the things you do everyday? What motivates the choices you make in your day-to-day life?

Do you do them because you “should”, or because you are on a constant path to “fix and change” yourself.  It is so easy to get stuck in the mindset of, “when I _____, ______, and ______, then I will feel good about myself, then I will have made it.”

This need to fix and change can often be what is fueling our choices around health and well-being.

Can you relate?

Continue reading “3 Ways to Celebrate You”