• An opera singer and former actual rocket scientist, Anna Cley has been striving all her life for excellence, meaningful endeavors and growth. Taking advantage of her career and stage experience, she takes a stand to empower others, sharing the art of charisma and the use of breathing and voice to build momentum.

    After some time volunteering in hospitals for children, Anna founded the nonprofit VOCALISE to instill hope, courage, strength and self-respect into children impacted by trauma. Anna imagined and wrote the philosophical tale "The Journey of the Heart" currently in development through VOCALISE.

    Anna's artistic evolution into contemporary collaborations allows her to co-create new works, merging opposite universes to give birth to the world of tomorrow. Her unique voice and artistry arouse the greatest emotions and praise in the most unexpected environments. By combining the use of vocal harmonics and drama with other art forms, Anna challenges the boundaries of genres.

    ​Anna Cley's recordings include "Art & Aesthetics", "Kovasky | Kollision", and "Opera en code".

    Anna has a certification in Hypnosis and is a member of the Association of Transformational Leaders.



  • My dear friend, actor-sing-dancer 25-year old Web Heyliger, along with his producer/editor/friend Temo Fregoso, joins us to talk about the The Web Heyliger Show on YouTube. The first episode premiers on Friday, September 25.

    Web decided to tell his story on Youtube as a way to promote his unpublished memoir (working title Fabulous at 45 Degrees - a reference to his scoliosis.) As a way of connecting with and supporting others going through their own challenges and difficulties fitting in, Web shares his take on being gay, born with one lung, scoliosis, working as a background actor in Hollywood, his first kiss, how he came out to his parents, life and what he’s still learning.

    I brought Web on the show because of his unabashed way of just being Web. He is a delightful, happy person who lives a large life being authentically himself. That life is not without it’s challenges and we certainly explore those. I am thrilled that his partner in the The Web Heyliger Show and an established Youtuber in his own right, Temo, was able to join us.

    Some of the snippets from our conversation include:
    Boys playing with Barbies and wearing high heels
    Being homeschooled
    Living authentically
    Too gay to sell real estate?
    Web’s fascination with mega-star Jennifer Lopez, and the J-Lo dolls that travel the globe with him
    The reality of the casting couch
    Traveling with the Smile Train (smiletrain.org)

    Connect with Web Heyliger:
    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxJ1gYyGIS15LzJeWuAtviQ
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/WebHeyliger
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/webheyligerofficial
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/webheyliger/?hl=en

    Connect with Temo Fregoso:

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    Join us in the Living the Good Life Facebook Group!

    Hosted by Kimberly Henrie: www.kimberlyhenrie.com

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  • Today’s guests are co-founders of The Resting Mind, co-hosts of the podcast Make Your Life Magnificent with Jackie + Mimi, and certified life coaches who work with us Generation X women on the things keeping them up at night. We’re talking things like finances, marriage, career, aging parents and anxiety.

    These ladies help Gen X women create sustainable change using proprietary tools that combine brain science and energy leadership .

    You may have seen them in Business Insider, Entrepreneur, Thrive Global, Tiny Buddha or TEDX. Please welcome today’s guests, Jackie Ghedine + Mimi Bishop.

    Jackie and Mimi looked around and realized there weren't many resources towards their GenX peers. All the while, women in this age group were struggling with finances, aging parents, special needs kids and now Coronavirus, homeschooling and more. They launched The Resting Mind based off an article, then book, by Ada Calhoun, titled "Why We Can't Sleep."

    They strive to help women give themselves permission to focus on what THEY want vs serving everyone else's needs and expectations first.

    Generally, they have found that GenX women know they are unhappy, but they don't quite know why. This generation has both the freedom and the pressure of being the first women that truly had career choices, such as doctor vs nurse and CEO vs secretary. Add to that all the normal parenting, relationship and career stresses and now a pandemic and volatile social climate, and Jackie & Mimi have seen their business grow helping women in 2020.

    They talk about tools such as The 8% Rule and the Worry Log to help their clients reframe stress and anxiety, raising energy levels and confidence. A big part of the puzzle is to help GenX women and all humans to understand that we have more choice about what happens around us than we think.

    No longer do you need to live with your off-the-charts chronic stress. Learn to develop practices for stress-filled moments and understand your stress triggers so you can change how you respond to them.

    5 Steps to Stress Less https://bit.ly/36Llnf8

    Join our Facebook Group, Just Gen X - The Resting Mind - https://www.facebook.com/groups/therestingmind/

    Podcast: Make Your Life Magnificent - https://www.therestingmind.com/podcast

    Find more episodes at http://www.kimberlyhenrie.com/the-show

    Join us in the Living the Good Life Facebook Group!

  • Wisdom is all around us, according to today's guest Tom Martin, and today he takes us on a journey through some of what he's learned. He drops names as humbly as you've ever heard before and has great and equal respect for folks from all walks and avenues of life. For more than 30 years, he has been "a storyteller," using a variety of media platforms. For 20 of those years, served as a television news producer, producing stories for Diane Sawyer at ABC News and for Charles Kuralt at CBS Sunday Morning, as well as stories for CNN, Public Television's
    Nightly Business Report and has even produced dozens of restaurant stories for The Food Network. In his journey, he has worked with Paul McCartney, Steven Spielberg and Muhammad Ali -- as well as countless artists, musicians, entrepreneurs and leaders in the personal development movement like Tony Robbins and Jim Rohn. More recently, he has been active in public relations from the other side -- writing press releases and securing media coverage for
    his clients on national television shows, magazines and podcasts. An underlying truth is discovered..."we all want to be appreciated and valued." And to finish it all off, Tom offers up some actionable advice for those wanting to pitch their story to the media.

    It's a walk down memory lane for the Gen Xers and Baby Boomers and a some great PR wisdom for entrepreneurs of all ages.

    Reach Tom Martin at Tom@TomMartinMedia.com

    Join the Living the Good Life Facebook Community for more conversation with Tom and others at https://www.facebook.com/groups/LTGLCommunity

  • A candid conversation with Dr. Fabianna Marie about making the choice to particpate in your own health and recovery. A cancer survivor who was given a timeline of under 5 years over 15 years ago, continues to thrive and live fabulously. Learn how she took control of her care after being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer and blew past her medical teams expectations.

  • Fitness professional Adam Bricker and Producer Avery Russell join me for a discussion on how attitude and self belief impact your weight loss efforts. Hear about Avery's path to losing weight and Adam's unique fitness philosophy.

  • One of our most popular episodes with guest Dr. Stephanie Stanfield.

    We'll be revisiting some of our most popular guests/topics throught the month of August while we prepare to launch a brand new season beginning September 9th. Stay tuned!

    In this episode, Dr. Steph talks about the power our words have on our life perspective, thus changing how we respond, react and perceive things. Simple word shifts can have a profound impact on your day to day experiences. Learn to create your own joy, lift your mood both in the moment and over time, experience better relationships and attract the things that you want into your life.

    Find Dr. Steph at www.makingshiftshappen.com

    Join our FB community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/LTGLCommunity/

    Catch us on KSUNRadio.org

    Hosted by Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com

  • Guest: Tiffany Swafford

    Host: Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com/the-show

    Living the Good Life FB Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LTGLCommunity/

    Mom and Wellness Consultant Tiffany Swafford shares her journey of having three young with chronic, unexplainable projectile vomiting and how she stumbled into a solution that completely turned that around by changing the boys' environment.

  • Guest: Ryan Harris, Entrepreneur & Visionary
    Founder, Arcane Marketing

    Host: Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com

    LTGL FB Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LTGLCommunity/

    More and more, as we navigate a changing workplace with fewer people choosing the 9 to 5 and gravitating toward creating a work life that supports their passions and life goals, many are choosing home-based business or work at home options. As that industry has shifted over the years, there have been many success stories, but also many heartbreaks. Today we’ll talk about why that may be and share some practical insights in choosing your next venture.
    Ryan Harris is an experienced entrepreneur, business owner, and Visionary. After years in sales, then the engineering world working on design and project management, Ryan shifted his attention to gain a better understanding of why people make the buying decisions they do, why they choose one product over another, or one service over another. His vision for the growing small businesses and his drive to help these businesses thrive are a motivating factor in his day.

  • Have you ever questioned what it means to be happy? Or why it seems we have to try so hard? Today’s guest has not only pondered those questions but following a personal tragedy he went on to research happiness in-depth. Dr. Jay Kumar is a renowned public speaker, thought leader, and academic. His expertise spans brain science, behavioral health, economics, politics, culture, and religion. He holds a Ph.D. in cognitive science and religious studies. He also holds a master’s degree from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University in international political economy. Starting this year, Dr. Jay is the Director of Contemplative Practices and Well-Being at Chapman University and he is the author of two books about happiness – Science of a Happy Brain: Thriving in the Age of Anger, Anxiety, and Addiction and Brain, Body & Being. Suffice it to say, he knows alot about happiness and he is here to share it with us now...

    Episode LTGL 2011
    Vibrant Living Series
    Dr. Jay Kumar
    Your Happiness Professor
    Host: Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com

    For more information about Dr. Jay Kumar and the ideas he shares through various media interviews, visit: https://www.drjaykumar.com/news-events/
    Follow @docjaykumar on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
    Contact Dr. Jay: info@drjaykumar.com

    In partnership with genconnectU, Dr. Jay Kumar has developed an online happiness course now available for you to experience greater fulfillment and joy in life and work.
    INVESTING IN HAPPINESS: Improving Your Business and Work Through Brain Science
    It focuses on transforming workplace engagement, employee and customer well-being and satisfaction.
    DISCOUNT CODE: Happiness10


  • Episode LTGL 2010

    Vibrant Living Series

    Bill Bennett

    Filmmaker & Author



    Host: Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com

    This is episode 2010 of the Vibrant Living Series. I’m Kimberly Henrie and this is Living the Good Life. Your time is precious, thanks for some of it with us. Today we hope to shed some light on Fear, and how you might harness your fear for your benefit. Living in fear can cause lots of unpleasant side effects, including being bad for your physical and mental health. Our guest today wanted to know more about it, so he interviewed experts all over the world to get a handle on what fear is exactly, what is does to us and for us and how we can turn it into a positive. He is making a movie about it.

    Bill Bennett’s career in film spans four decades. He’s made sixteen feature films and several documentaries. His work as a feature producer and director has been recognised with two Australian Film Institute Awards, Australia’s Oscars, for Best Film and Best Director. He's also won two of Australia’s equivalent of the Emmy for his documentary work.

    Recently Bill wrote and directed, and produced a feature length theatrical documentary on intuition, called PGS – Intuition is your Personal Guidance System. PGS screened to acclaim across Australia and the US. Bill and his producing partner Jennifer Cluff are currently making a companion film called Facing Fear.

  • This is episode 2009 of the Vibrant Living Series. I’m Kimberly Henrie and this is Living the Good Life.

    Guest: Cathy Heyliger
    Author of children’s book, Love is... https://www.amazon.com/Love-Cathy-Heyliger/dp/1793382638/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=heyliger+cathy&qid=1590162275&sr=8-1

    Host: Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com
    More episodes: www.kimberlyhenrie.com/the-show

    Today’s topic is about acceptance. Not only acceptance but our response to unexpected circumstances. There’s been a bit of that going around lately. Many of us feel knocked around by Federal, State and Local executive orders, CDC guidelines, masks, no-masks, social distancing, isolation and more. Some are doing better than others, but we are all affected in one way or another. We question who has our best interests at heart and we struggle with safety versus economy and all that entails. Several of our guests in this vibrant living series have shared wisdom that can help us navigate. Mindfulness practitioner Brenda Chamberlain in episode 2002 spoke about how a mindfulness practice can help us to respond productively to these circumstances rather than reacting wildly out of fear or anger. Bruce Cryer, Marcia Martin and Tom Terwilliger all shared important teachings on mindset and how we can move through fear and be empowered in our response. I love Marcia’s verbal illustration of breaking free of the prison we created for ourself. When we can take a pause, mindfulness, assess our circumstances, awareness, and understand that how we participate in our circumstances dictates not only our reality but how we feel about that reality and the amount of joy or self-satisfaction we live with… we become empowered individuals.

    That doesn’t mean we are all going to agree on the guidelines and executive orders. However, if we can shift our mindset to understanding that most all of us are navigating this the best we can, including business owners and leaders of government at all levels, then hopefully we can be more effective in discussing solutions and showing grace for ourselves and each other when the fear does get in the way.

    In this episode, I want to share a meaningful conversation that I had with a local author last year about this time. Cathy Heyliger created a children’s book titled Love is…. When I saw her two grown boys read the book aloud on social media, I had to get to know the woman behind it and learn how it all came about. As I listened to it again today, I realized, though on the surface the subject is different from the coronavirus pandemic we are facing today, the divisiveness and the acceptance message of it all still applies. The uncertainty on how to proceed, how to navigate new information, new reality is relatable. I hope you find a nugget or two that speaks to you as I sit down with the author of Love is… Cathy Heyliger.

    More on Cathy Heyliger:
    The author Cathy Heyliger of Love is… wanted to share this book with other parents because of her unique experience as not only a parent, but an early childhood educator. As a Montessori preschool teacher since the late 80’s, she knows how much wisdom the young child carries in their heart. How very aware they are of who they are and how they fit into the world. It is our job as parents to help them be aware of all the aspects of being human and prevent them from suffering whenever possible. One of her sons knew there was something different about him in kindergarten when he had a crush on a boy named Quinn. It was at that moment in his life that he started to question how he fit into the heterosexual world. Every year it became more solidified and more defined in his mind that he did not fit. Instead of thinking it was okay he began to hate himself for being different, he thought he was a freak. Her husband and she had no idea he was grappling with these thoughts. If only they had been more aware of his conflict, they could they have addressed and possibly prevented his pain.This book is her prevention method! There are lots of books out there about my two mommies or two daddies, but unless you are from a family like this, it is not necessarily a book you would seek out or pick up. She did not… but wishes with all her heart she would have! It would have prevented years of heartache for both of her precious sons who came out in their early teens. She aches to know of all the men and women out there who have gone through any part their lives hiding their secret to try and fit in! She also understands how terribly painful it must be for a child who begins to realize they are transgender! Her most fervent hope is that Love is… is an early and first step in exposing our children to the ideas of acceptance and love for whoever they are!!!

    Previous episodes referenced:

    LTGL 2002 - Brenda Chamberlain, Mindfulness Practioner

    LTGL 2006 - Bruce Cryer, Heartmath

    LTGL 2007 - Marcia Martin, Reach Your Full Potential

    LTGL 2008 - Tom Terwilliger, The Comeback Plan

  • Living the Good Life - Episode 2008
    The Vibrant Living Series

    Tom Terwilliger
    Athlete, Entrepreneur, Motivator

    Today’s guest has helped thousands of amazing people produce extraordinary results in their body, business, and life. He works with entrepreneurs, business owners, athletes, creators, and coaches to align their goals, dreams and ambitions with their unique potential. He is the author of Amazon bestseller 7 Rules of Achievement.
    The success of that book along with his impassioned desire to continue helping others tap into their potential and achieve their dreams has lead to his work today as a speaker, coach, mentor, and rule breaker. He has shared his body-mind success strategies with thousands of people across multiple continents, helping others The amazing people not just realize their potential, but truly live it. Welcome to our show, athlete, entrepreneur, motivator, Tom Terwilliger.

    Host: Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com
    Special Thanks to Fruition Studio, www.fruitionstudio.com
    Living the Good Life on FB, https://www.facebook.com/groups/LTGLCommunity

    This is episode 2008 of the Vibrant Living Series. I’m Kimberly Henrie and this is Living the Good Life. How do you handle the unexpected stressors that come your way? If you want to learn to bounce back and harness the opportunities that come from tragic circumstances or simply just live your best life even in the midst of the storm, today’s guest has some great wisdom to share from his own experiences. As we’ll discuss, it doesn’t matter what area of your life is impacted, your mindset can either make or break your situation. Plus, we have some laughs and just really great energy to share! Oh yeah, spoiler alert… our guest is a former Mr. America! Here we go!

  • Living the Good Life - Episode 2007
    The Vibrant Living Series

    Marcia Martin
    Human Potential Movement Pioneer; Global Speaker; Entrepreneur;
    Executive Consultant & Coach; Humanitarian; Author;
    Transformational Thought Leader

    Host: Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com
    Special Thanks to Fruition Studio, www.fruitionstudio.com

    This is episode 2007 of The Vibrant Living Series. I’m Kimberly Henrie and this is Living the Good Life. Have you ever felt yourself getting in your own way or just trapped by a set of circumstances? I know I have! Today we’ll talk about how you can free yourself from traps that just might be of your own making. Grab your favorite beverage and listen in….

    We are blessed to have with us today, One of THE MOST PROLIFIC influencers on the who’s who of the most innovative minds in thought leadership in the last 40 years. She is renowned as one of the top transformational trainers and executive and life coaches worldwide in the arenas of championship performance, relationship coaching, communication mastery, and public speaking; and she has personally trained over 300,000 individuals and corporate executives around the globe to be more effective human beings.

    One of the original Founding Members and former SR Vice President of ‘est' (Erhard Seminars Training) which is now known as Landmark Forum.
    Co-Founded the Transformational Leadership Council (TLC) with Jack Canfield - an association of world renowned authors and leaders
    Co-Founded the Network for Transformational Leaders of Europe with Kitty Waters - as association of world renowned authors and leaders
    Knighted in 2008 for humanitarian service by Order of St. John of Jerusalem
    Co-Founded and built international fashion jewelry company (Tsuru, Inc.) that reached $5 million annual sales in 3 years
    Consulted and trained Senior Executives at Hard Rock International, Warner Bros., Capital One, Evian Water, Dannon Yogurt, and McCain Foods

    how to look in a very direct way at the prison they have created in life that limits them from reaching their full potential.
    What puts a person in the situation where they are confined and have less opportunities.
    What are some of the ways to get out of that ‘prison like’ place.
    What are some of the limitations people get stuck in - in terms of potential and power.
    The nature of ‘perspective’ and why it is so important.
    The nature of ‘commitment’ and how it really works.
    How to get in the FLOW.

    Thank you for spending some of your precious time with us. Isn’t Marcia Martin amazing? I guess that’s why she is such a sought after speaker and trainer. Marcia is part of our Living the Good Life Facebook community. Join us there and let Marcia and I know your thoughts and comments about today’s episode. Until next time, seize the day and enjoy Living the Good Life.


  • Bruce Cryer

    European Transformational Teachers Gathering —
    ETTG Global Online 2020
    May 4-9:

    Host: Kimberly Henrie, kimberlyhenrie.com

    Support From: Fruition Studio

    Bruce Cryer has worn many hats and explored many professional passions. He began as a singer/dancer/actor on Broadway, including two years in The Fantasticks, the world’s longest running musical. Bruce has been adjunct professor at Stanford University since 1997 and was named CEO of HeartMath in 2000, having helped launch the HeartMath Institute with founder Doc Childre in 1991. Bruce’s clients include Mayo Clinic, The World Bank, Kaiser, NASA, Unilever, Shell, Cisco, Cathay Pacific Airways and the NHS (UK).

    Bruce is co-author of From Chaos to Coherence: The Power to Change Performance and the Harvard Business Review article “Pull the Plug on Stress”, both of which feature the HeartMath system.

    A two year health crisis convinced him to focus his energies on creativity. Bruce now enjoys robust health while singing, dancing and enjoying photography. He recently released Renaissance Human, an album of original songs co-created with the Brothers Koren and he performs regularly in New York.

  • Episode 2005
    Leonaura Rhodes
    Corporate Wellness Trainer For Wellbeing in Your Workplace
    Business Results Trainer and Results Coach

    Host: Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com

    Support from FruitionStudio.com

    Speaking to Leonaura Rhodes about How to Speak to Your Doctor About Alternative Therapies you’d like to try.

    Leonaura's coaching and training career spans 15 years and she has a deep understanding of a broad range of coaching strategies. Prior to and alongside her coaching career has been her 27 year career in medicine and holistic health. She trained and worked as a physician in the UK and has a Masters in Public Health. She has also worked as a neurotherapist, medical writer and course creator. She has coached and trained TV directors, opera singers, stay-at-home parents and business owners to create custom strategic plans that will take them to the next level.

    She is on a mission to help people live happier, healthier, more abundant lives.

    Topics include:

    There are so many alternative and complementary therapies out there, how can a person best navigate what’s in their best interest?
    Do MD’s take us seriously when we bring studies to them?
    With so much conflicting medical information, how do we know what to believe?
    How can people self advocate and help themselves.
    What can people do to safeguard their health in these uncertain times.

  • Episode 2004

    Guest: Matthew McBrayer
    President - Roaring Fork Help Desk Inc.

    Host: Kimberly Henrie, kimberlyhenrie.com

    Thanks to Fruition Studio for support - FruitionStudio.com

    . This week we are talking technology and navigating the online world. We’ll talk about internet safety precautions, shopping online, the best way to pay, those crazy internet games and surveys and touch on the Zoom breaches that were an issue earlier this spring.

  • Guest:
    Dr. Thomas Wessel
    Trailhead Chiropractic

    Host: Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com

    Special thanks to Fruition Studio www.fruitionstudio.com

    This is living the good life podcast episode 2003, I’m Kimberly Henrie. Today, in our Vibrant Living series, we’ll be talking about the benefits of chiropractic, how to choose the appropriate professional technique and professional for you, why chiropractic may be beneficial and what to do if you can’t get to your chiropractor right now. We’ve got a lot to talk about, so let’s get started.

    Kimberly: Our Guest today is the owner of Trailhead Chiropractic, a graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic, and specializes in pregnancy and pediatrics with a certification in the Webster technique, and practices Torque Release Technique in his offices at Trailhead Chiropractic, where he is the owner and I think Smoke (dog) is the manager. Welcome. Dr. Tom Wessel.
    Dr. Tom: Hi, Kim. You so much for having me. I really appreciate it.
    Kimberly: We appreciate you jumping on here and helping us learn a little bit more about how we can take control of our situation, our circumstances, and create the best life possible. That's what it's all about. Right?
    Dr. Tom: That's the goal.
    Kimberly: Exactly. Yeah. So, how are you spending this time during the quarantine this the stay-at-home order.
    Dr. Tom: We are spending our time just getting outside as much as possible. Just enjoying the sunshine. We live in a rural area and so get outside enjoying the sunshine staying active, you know, just not let trying not to let that boredom take over.
    Kimberly: Right. Well, we live in a beautiful place. We both live here in Colorado. So we're very fortunate. There's a lot of things to get out and do and a lot of space to do it. That's awesome. And I know you're looking forward to getting back into the office very much. So what do you think folks should be doing right now if they can't and we want to talk about Chiropractic and why that's a benefit but there's a lot of folks who can't get in to see their chiropractor right now. So what kind of recommendations do you have for them?
    Dr. Tom: Yeah. So Chiropractic is all about adapting the body to deal with stress and so in a time where you cannot further adapt your body to deal with those stressors in your life, what you want to do is limit your stress even more than you normally would now stress comes down to three things and that's thoughts traumas and toxins. Okay, those are all types of stress and so keeping your mind active not letting those negative thoughts take over would be one part of that staying active staying healthy exercising eating correctly. So you're not putting toxins in your body. Basically just living a healthy lifestyle as best as you possibly can will not only increase your body's ability to adapt to stress. It will also increase your body's ability to adapt to other things such as what's going on right now currently with this virus pandemic.
    Kimberly: Right. I love practicing daily breathwork. Breath work for me is a total stress reliever along with the exercise and getting outside just brings everything down to a nice calm gentle level. Tell me, let's kind of go back to your journey here. Why are you a chiropractor? What drew you into the profession? And what do you find helpful and beneficial about offering that service?
    Dr. Tom: It's interesting. I think I think you and I have talked about this before. I don't remember but I was drawn into Chiropractic at a very young age. I grew up in northern Wisconsin and my father was a Forester. So instead of paying for daycare, I would just go to work with him every day....

    Thanks again to Dr. Thomas Wessel for educating us today. You can reach out to Dr. Tom at trailheadchiro.com. As always, special thanks to Fruition Studio for supporting us. Fruition Studio specializes in heart-centered marketing and content creation. Learn more at Fruition Studio.com. And to hear more episodes of this show or to reach out to me, visit kimberlyhenrie.com. That’s it for this week and this episode of Living the Good Life. Thank you for joining us!

  • Guest:
    Brenda Chamberlain
    Mindfulness Practitioner and Coach
    Bookcliff Equine Assisted Learning LLC

    Host: Kimberly Henrie, www.kimberlyhenrie.com

    Special thanks to Fruition Studio www.fruitionstudio.com

    This is living the good life podcast 2002, I’m Kimberly Henrie. Today, in our Vibrant Living series, we’ll be talking about the science and the benefits of mindfulness. You’ll hear the history of this approach to life and we’ll leave you with some simple practices that can be transformational if you apply them daily. Let’s begin.

    17 years mental health experience

    Works with horses and human

    Mindfulness has become well known
    Dates back 2,600 years to Buddha
    A science of the mind
    A way to have a healthy relationship with our experiences
    Many different definitions, all with same elements
    Attending to each present moment with acceptance and compassion
    Show up as our best wisest selves
    Viktor Frankel Between stimulus and response quote
    Life is always changing moment to moment
    Not trying to get rid of emotions
    Amygdala hijack
    Practicing mindfulness strengthens adulting type decisions and lessens amygdala hijack
    References: Jack Kornfield, Tara Brach Viktor Frankel, Dr. Jay Kumar, Rick Hansen (Buddha brain)
    Wellness approach vs illness approach
    Proactive vs reactive
    Emphasis daily practice
    Simple practices that are transformational
    Tea practice daily
    Positive psychology movement
    Starts with self-compassion
    Take 10 deep breaths
    Go for a walk
    5 heart breaths

    Mindfulness is for people of any age.
    “Teaching people to fish versus giving them fish.”

    If you’d like to learn more about Brenda’s services, find her online at bookcliffequine.com A special thanks to Fruition Studio for supporting this podcast. Learn about heart-centered marketing at fruitionstudio.com. This is Living the Good Life! Thanks for joining us!