• Marina Sbrochi is the author of Nasty Divorce: A Kid's Eye View and she writes positive divorce advice for The Huff Post. She has a Masters in Professional Counseling and is trained in Clinical Hypnosis.

    If you are in a violent situation or a situation that has the potential to become violent - please call 911 and seek police help. Contact https://www.thehotline.org/ and call them at 1-800- 799 -7233

    Marina talks about verbal abuse, how to address it. How to create boundaries and empower your children.

    What NOT TO SAY to children during divorce and what to say instead.

    You can take the high road. It isn't easy -- but the VIEW is 10000000000000000 better.

  • Mareesa Stertz is a LA based filmmaker, host, and KRI certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, and creator of the documentary series, "The Healing Powers (of Weed, Plants, and Other Mindful Practices).

    She has spent her entire life on a journey of personal growth and has for the last 5 years, traveled the world to document stories that share how mind-altering practices have the power to shift consciousness and improve lives.

    She is passionate about informing the public, helping people gain access to healing, and ending this war on drugs. Mareesa’s work has been featured by Viceland, 60SecDocs, IFC, SPIN, Participant and has been shown in numerous film festivals around the world.
    The Seeing Machine

    Always Another Way Podcast Ep: 43 The Healing Powers Doc Series with Mareesa Stertz September 20 at 1p CST ✨????✨????✨@mareesastertz ✨????


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  • ✨????Always Another Way Podcast ✨????
    ✨????Ep: 42 Oral Fixation w/ Nicole Stewart Schlesinger????
    ✨Sept 13 at 1pmCST ????✨

    I am SOOOO excited for this show! If you are in Dallas and haven't been to an Oral Fixation (An Obsession with True Life Tales) show. Run, don't walk.

    I laughed, I cried, I was changed.

    Presented by Nicole Stewart, Oral Fixation (An Obsession with True Life Tales) is a live storytelling series featuring a cross-section of Dallasites.

    Created in 2011 with a mission to bring together the community through sharing true, personal stories, Oral Fixation is Dallas’ most thrilling live storytelling series for adults.

    Each show has a theme which is always an idiom, a phrase that has both a literal and a figurative meaning.

    The evening of stories is curated and heavily edited by Stewart, who solicits submissions from the general public.

    She selects a diverse range of stories to create an hourlong evening that takes the audience on an emotional journey. One moment the audience is laughing in recognition of shared experiences.

    The next, tears may come as storytellers courageously reveal their truths. The result is an experience that is cathartic for both the tellers and the listeners.

  • How does deep limbic system relaxation while simultaneously encouraging a unique transcendental journey and experience sound to you?

    If that’s remotely interesting or if I’m speaking your language, you won’t want to miss this podcast!

    My guest is Allison Pelissier.

    Bio: Guided by an unquenchable curiosity and powerful desire to participate in positive change, Allison has followed a path through political economics, psychology, yoga, international education and development to arrive at her current work with tools for expanding consciousness.

    The first experience Allison had with the Lucia N°03 hypnagogic light was life changing and it is an honor and immense pleasure for her to share this incredible experience with others.

    Allison travels all over the world joyfully holding space for self-empowerment, self-exploration, self-love, deep healing and growth in 1:1 sessions, group journeys, workshops and trainings.

  • Life might just begin again at 60!

    There is Another Way to age well. Reinvent yourself. DO something ANOTHER WAY.

    My guest Debbie Weil is going to talk all about What IS a Gap year for people over 60, her blog and her podcast!

    After 31 years in Washington DC, and after their three children were grown, Debbie persuaded her physician husband, Sam Harrington, to retire and reinvent how they live by moving to a small town on the coast of Maine.

    This major life change became the basis for a blog they write together, Gap Year After Sixty. http://gapyearaftersixty.com

    And for a podcast that she is developing called "A Gap Year For Grown-Ups." [https://soundcloud.com/debbie-…/001-a-gap-year-for-grown-ups]


    For me, that was a very loaded word for a long time. There were people that hurt me. Intentionally. I was never getting an apology.

    I thought I let those things go.
    Is it forgiven if it isn’t forgotten?

    Forgiving meant allowing.
    I couldn’t see it Another Way?

    If you have trouble with the word “Forgive” and the action....this podcast is for you.

    If you think you’ve forgiven, but you still talk about it with passion or victimization. This podcast is for you.

    ✨????Ana Holub MA is a writer, counselor, teacher of forgiveness, recovery from addiction and peace. ✨

  • Do not listen while driving.
    This guided hypnotic meditation is especially for you to calm down quickly. Sometimes it's hard to get out of your head and just lying down and listening to this track for 10 minutes can help you calm down.

  • ✨????ALLWays Another Way Podcast ✨????
    ✨????Ep: 39 - Resilience - The Science of Mastering Life’s Greatest Challenges with Dr. Steven Southwick✨????
    ????????Aug 23 at 1pm CST ✨????

    If there was ever a time that a book was just perfect for The HOPE message in ALLWays Another Way — it’s this one!

    I can’t wait to talk to Dr. Southwick.

    Dr. Southwick received an MD from George Washington Medical School, 1980. He completed his psychiatry residency at Yale University School of Medicine. He is the Glenn H. Greenberg Professor of Psychiatry, PTSD and Resilience at Yale University Medical School and Yale Child Study Center, Medical Director of the Clinical Neuroscience Diversion of the Veterans Affairs National Center for PTSD, and Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. His interests include the psychology and neurobiology of psychological trauma, PTSD, and resilience to stress. He has worked with a wide range of trauma survivors including combat veterans, civilian children and adults with PTSD, and very high functioning stress resilient former prisoners of war and active duty Special Forces soldiers and Navy Seals.

  • ✨????Always Another Way Podcast ✨????
    ✨EP: 37 Dark Chapter with Winnie Li ✨
    ✨????August 16, 2018 at 12p CST✨????

    When art imitates life and life is healed by art.

    Inspired by true events, Dark Chapter is both a literary masterpiece and a riveting novel of suspense about the dark chapters and chance encounters that can irrevocably determine the shape of our lives.

    My guest, Winnie Li, is a writer, producer, and activist. Her first novel, Dark Chapter, is an Edgar Award finalist.

    Don’t miss this amazing tale of courage and healing. ✨???? Winnie M Li ✨????


  • ✨Always Another Way Podcast ✨
    ✨????Ep: 36 Because I Come From A Crazy Family with Dr. Edward Hallowell✨????
    ✨????8/16/18 ????1pm CST ✨????

    Have you seen the ACEsTooHigh study?

    Childhood trauma happens all around us to all kinds of people. No one is immune.

    Don’t miss my interview with Dr. Hallowell this Thursday at 1pm CST.

    We’ll talk about how he beat the odds to achieve happiness and success and how to love people with mental illness. Plus much more!

    Put it on your calendar — and share with anyone that grew up with a crazy family!

    Hilarious and inspiring - it’s all about perspective...and how you get that perspective. ✨

  • ????✨Always Another Way Podcast ????
    ✨????Ep: 35 The Zendo Project✨????
    ✨????Aug 9th✨????

    Psychedelic Harm Reduction

    This year, millions of people will use psychedelics outside of supervised medical contexts, many of them for the first time. Taking psychedelics can result in overwhelming and uncomfortable experiences, more likely with high doses, amongst first-time users, and without adequate preparation or setting.

    Psychedelic harm reduction includes a variety of methods to help prevent and transform difficult experiences while in a non-ordinary state of consciousness.

    The Zendo Project:
    - Reduces the number of psychiatric hospitalizations and arrests.

    - Creates an environment where volunteers can work alongside one another to improve their harm reduction skills and receive training and feedback.

    - Demonstrates that safe, productive psychedelic experiences are possible without the need for law enforcement-based prohibitionist policies.

    My guest is Sara Gael, M.A. Zendo Project

    Sara received her Master’s degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology at Naropa University. She began working with MAPS in 2012, coordinating psychedelic harm reduction services at festivals and events worldwide with the Zendo Project. Sara was an Intern Therapist for the recently completed MAPS Phase 2 clinical trial of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD in Boulder, CO.

    She maintains a private practice as a psychotherapist specializing in trauma and non-ordinary states of consciousness. Sara believes that developing a comprehensive understanding of psychedelic medicines through research and education is essential for the health and well being of individuals, communities, and the planet.

  • ✨????Always Another Way Podcast ✨????
    ✨????Ep: 34 - Bye Bye Rheumatoid Arthritis with Jenny Hunter of the yoga movement✨

    Jenny says, “When I learned, at age 20, that the pain I was experiencing was Rheumatoid Arthritis, I set out on a journey to wellness.

    I wasn't willing to risk the side effects of medications, so I learned to manage my health through nutrition.

    Though I was able to manage the disease enough to stay mobile, I had lost most of the strength and range of motion I once had.

    Now that I have yoga, I am experiencing amazing healing and renewed strength! I'm honored to be able to share this ancient practice with anyone who is looking for a better way to care for their body inside and out.” ~Jenny Hunter

    Jenny is a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher in Dallas, TX. Her dedication to yoga and this method has been key in her remarkable recovery from the crippling effects of rheumatoid arthritis. It’s Jenny’s experience of renewed body, mind and spirit that compels her to share.

  • ✨????Blackouts. Alcohol. The trick. The waste.

    Another great article from MEDIUM -- titled, My Mother The Drunk by Laura June caught my eye. Wow. Very honest.

    Then I got over to another article called ASK A FORMER DRUNK - When do you know you have a problem by Sarah Hepola (who I tried to get ahold of very last minute but I'm sure she is busy)
    She has a book called BLACKOUT — and WHOA!!!!!!!!
    GO GET THIS BOOK! HOLY CRAP -- she is sounding the bells.

    I'm not personally against all alcohol. It's just nice to know that there is ANOTHER WAY -- and there is a TRICK out there and being drunk is not a requirement for anything good in life. Listen and let me know what you think.

    I appreciate all of you! Thank you so much for listening, it means a lot to me. I'm grateful. xo Marina

  • ????✨Always Another Way Podcast ✨????
    ✨????Ep: 32 The World is Transformed by Asking Questions. With Nikola Danaylov, The Modern Day Socrates.

    You don’t know what you don’t know and if you don’t ask the question, the answer is always no.

    At the very least, you’ll walk away from this podcast smarter than you are today.

    Don’t miss my conversation with Nikola. July 26 at 1pm CST. On Always Another Way Podcast Tell your friends. Let’s transform the world.

    Nikola Danaylov is an Author, Futurist and Speaker. His Conversations with the Future is an International Bestseller and his popular Singularity.FM podcast is the reason why Danaylov has been called the “Larry King of the Singularity.”


    This guided hypnotic meditation THE GARDEN OF BLISS
    is especially for YOU!
    Find a nice place to lie down and close your eyes and experience the relaxing feeling of the garden of bliss.
    Surprisingly you find yourself discovering more joy and more bliss in your daily life.

    I make custom hypnosis recordings. Contact me for details.


  • ✨????Always Another Way Podcast✨????
    ✨????Ep: 31 JULY 18! 1pmCST
    ????✨Uplifting Content - The World Needs More of It!✨????

    The 24 hour news cycle is set on FEAR to sell advertising and keep you watching. Couple that with the psychology of loss aversion and you've got a recipe for putting your brain on high alert!

    Does your Facebook feed leave you upset and angry?

    Time to switch things up!

    My guest, Ione Butler and Uplifting Content - Because The World Needs More Of It -->are just the antidote you need!

    Ione is a British born actress, host, voice over artist and entrepreneur based in Los Angeles. She launched Uplifting Content in March 2016 and is on a mission to inspire, uplift and motivate humanity by creating and sharing uplifting content and encouraging people to pursue their passions and be of service to others.

  • Do not listen to this recording while driving. All hypnosis is self hypnosis.
    This recording is especially written for you to increase gratitude, abundance and prosperity into your life.
    Just sit back and lie down and listen. Watch as you find more gratitude, abundance and prosperity in your life.

  • There is lots of great research on the use of Psilocybin for PTSD and depression. We saw many presentations at the conference.

    The FDA has opened the doors to study it. There are studies already completed — with great results too! ✨????

    Eric was raised in the countryside of rural Kentucky, and has remained anything but traditional.

    He graduated with a Master’s in Education from the University of Louisville but soon became an educator not of English as he was trained, but of mycology which he learned through immersion.

    Founder of Magnificent Mushrooms gourmet mushroom farm and consulting, he was Indiana’s first State recognized Wild Mushroom Expert and a conscientious psychonaut.

    Eric began working in underground Psilocybin therapy for five years before being arrested. Informed of his activities, police raided his farm and home, charged him with three class B felonies and turned his life upside down.

    Unwilling to be thwarted, after his release from incarceration, Eric founded the 501(c)(3) organization PLEDG INC. (Psychedelic Liberation Education Discipline and Guidance), the for-profit venture MycoMeditations, a legal psilocybin retreat program in rural Jamaica and the MycoMeditations Podcast.

    A husband, father of three and passionate about psychedelic healing, Eric has used hurdles as inspiration to bring forward the medicine of mushrooms.

    I met Eric at the Los Angeles Psychedelic Science Symposium - LAPSS and he’s going to be on the show!

  • Yoga
    Yoga Therapy
    Yoga is Therapy
    Yoga as therapy

    I’m a therapist. I love yoga.

    I’ve been going to yoga for therapy before I knew it was therapy.

    My first yoga class was 25 years ago in college. I took a Hatha Yoga class and always fell asleep during sivansana. Having had insomnia for years, I had no idea then how much I needed yoga.

    My guests on the show combine therapy + yoga for a complete mind and body healing experience.

    Julianne Schroeder, LPC, NCC, RYT finds purpose and passion in helping others create mindful connection, compassion, and confidence through therapeutic yoga, talk therapy, speaking, and workshops in the Dallas area. Julianne loves sharing how positive change can occur in the brain and body with use of therapeutic yoga. Yoga has been transformational in her life, and is eager to share how to bring the mind and body into balance with others. She brings a caring and playful approach to her work.

    Noel Crane received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of North Texas in 2015 after studying Studio Art at The University of Texas at Austin. Noel is trained as a Registered Yoga Teacher, working with individuals, groups, and corporations to implement mindfulness and wellness into their daily lives. Noel enjoys public speaking, educating groups on the benefits of stress reduction programs, mindfulness, and mental health initiatives. She specializes in using yoga, meditation and psychotherapy with clients suffering from anxiety, and is a lead instructor for The LISPY School for psychotherapeutic yoga in Dallas, where she educates yogis and psychotherapist on the benefits of using the mind body connection to heal the brain. A Rockwall native, she enjoys spending time with her family and urban farm.

    Jacy is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas specializing in anxiety, depression, relationship issues, the Enneagram, spirituality, and low self-esteem. She received her Masters in Counseling at the University of North Texas and has done additional training in mindfulness and yoga. She has been in private practice since 2014 helping individuals shrug off old patterns and build themselves up!

    Raise your hand if you’ve experienced yoga as therapy!

  • Suicide and Emotional Blackmail
    with Roxanne Roberts of the Washington Post

    Talking about suicide, emotional blackmail and this article

    There is ANOTHER WAY, there is help.

    Revisioning uses the mirror neuron network and can change suicidal thinking patterns. Podcast Ep: 9 is on this technique with Dr. Mark Rider and his peer reviewed research.

    22 Vets a day
    123 suicides a day
    45,000 a year

    Let's always continue the conversation on suicide, I wanted to bring another perspective into this conversation, the one of emotional blackmail.

    Suicide is a tragedy.
    We understand that people are not their true selves when this thinking pattern takes over.

    Every suicide threat should be taken seriously.

    Not many people talk about the other side of this suicide coin....the one of emotional blackmail.

    Where someone says, If you don't do this -- I'll kill myself.

    If you are having thoughts of suicide please know these are faulty messages from the brain and Call 1-800-273-8255
    Here is the number of the National Sexual Assault hotline. A caring person is on the line waiting for you. --> Call 1-800-656-4673