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Actually the show was called "Tasting Liberation with Big Mind and Genpo Roshi".  My goodness, we certainly did that and much, much more. 

Roshi takes me through the paces, live on air, demonstrating the lastest 'spiritual technology' and his newest addition to the Big Mind Process since his book Big Mind Big Heart was published in 2007. 

An amazing guest and an amazing show!

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We often talk about having our creative 'edge'. But did you know that you are at your most creative and dynamic when you are feeling peaceful? Contrary to what you might think, you are not going to become a lump on the couch, or never want to leave the house again.  In fact, you are most likely to get into dynamic and creative action when you are in a state of calm.
 

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Don Goewey, author of Mystic Cool, talks about how spiritual insights, neuroscience and psychology come together.  He gave tips for ending stress with two simple techniques including his "Clear Button". 

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If you have ever tried to quit smoking/lose weight/get up on time or definitely not date that person who is very bad for you... but then do it anyway... Then you will want to get to know Lindsay Brady. 

Lindsay has spent 40 years as a hypnotherapist and Perceptionist, his work has taught him the real truth about the Mind/Brain connection.  We talk about why your brain won't listen and how to get more cooperation! I mean, if you want to, that is ;)

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Recently I've been testing the idea that 'suffering is optional' to see if it's more than a soundbite.  I've found some interesting things.  One that suffering is, actually, a choice. And two, that despite that, painful things do happen.  I can see  that sounds like a contradiction, so in the show I retrace  how I learned to meet my thoughts with understanding and to loosen my mind from the grip of repetitive thinking. 

I promised to post the ways you can get more familiar with your witness, from Wayne Dyer's Your Sacred Self (paraphrased in some sentences) Here you go:
  • Notice the noticer.
  • As you notice the noticer, remind yourself you cannot be hurt or suffer in any way. (you have a body, but you are not your body)
  • Use this affirmation: "In my world, nothing ever goes wrong". 
  • When you find yourself troubled say: "I am more than what bothers me"
  • Open to the idea that this will work for you - you've been conditioned to belief that your body is the essence of your humanity.
  • Don't evaluate your progress at noticing the witness
  • Practice new kinds of self talk. (You'd never say, "I am my broken leg"!) so let the noticer say "I am that which owns this body..."
  • Practice observing thought 30 minutes a day

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Do you believe we all have complete freedom? Complete. Freedom. When Viktor Frankl (Man's Search For Meaning) said that even when the Nazi's were torturing his body, he still had ultimate freedom to choose, what did he mean? Was he simply an exceptional human being with something special about him that no one else has? And If we all have this capacity, how do we tap into it every day?

My guest is Kara Stamback, whose work is based on Three Principles Psychology; we will talk about what ultimate psychological freedom means and just how accessible it is.

Kara Stamback, M.S., is a teacher, counselor, consultant and facilitator in principle-based psychology. She is an Associate at www.pranskyandassociates.com

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Has what you hoped you do with your life been relegated to a beloved (or disappointing) daydream fantasy? A pot of gold at the end of a all too infrequent rainbow?

No matter what we tell ourselves or how sensible the reasons sound, there's no mistaking the feeling of an unfinished, unfulfilled desire. A life populated by our little and large disappointments is like sleeping on a lumpy mattress, you are tossing and turning all the time. What small steps - or large ones - could make a difference to you, and open up parts of your life to more ease and comfort - whether you are in the process of going for a big dream or not.

Oh yeah, and you don't need to fix yourself or be in a good mood to get started. 

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