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Aging Adventurously After Ending Years of Health Challenges Rebuilding My Health Radio

In this week's episode, I’m talking with another inspiring woman, Lori Balue. These days, Lori does half marathons and hikes the Grand Canyon. She's aging adventurously and beautifully as she approaches 60. But in her 30s, she never could have imagined she would feel well enough to do any of this. Back then, she had asthma, allergies, polycystic ovarian syndrome, infertility, brain fog, pre-diabetes, which is also known as insulin resistance, along with depression and anxiety. She had very little energy and was on multiple medications. Along with it, she wanted to lose weight but that was a struggle as well. She was on and off diets for 20 years. Lori began researching on her own, which led her down a rabbit hole of ever-improving health. She read books and attended health conferences. Ultimately she found a way of eating that worked for her body. And now, she no longer has any of those previous diagnoses. No asthma, allergies, PCOS, brain fog, pre-diabetes, depression or anxiety. And the weight has gradually come off with this lifestyle approach. Now in her late fifties, she’s in the best health of her life, and for her 60th birthday next year, she’ll hike the CG rim to rim. In my talk with Lori, you’ll hear… The food changes that worked – and didn’t work – for her Why she calls her way of eating a lifestyle, not a diet The “healthy” food that she found she couldn’t eat The progressive series of actions that gradually ended all her diagnoses How she’s aging adventurously and beautifully and her tips for starting something like this gradually Lori’s personal experience inspired her to become a health coach. She’s an Adapt Certified Functional Health Coach and a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practioner. She helps women in menopause use functional labs, lifestyle and health adventures to lose weight, stop pain and create an active lifestyle to age beautifully and adventurously. You can find Lori at http://www.loribalue.com and on social media as @loribalue. What really strikes me about this episode and Lori is how much Lori’s life is expanding and getting more exciting as she ages. She's able to do so much more now than she could decades ago, going against the conventional thinking about aging. Episode web page: http://www.rebuildingmyhealth.com/aging-adventurously Before we play this episode, I want to make it very clear that – as always at Rebuilding My Health – this was one person’s health experience of long-haul and also of what she’s seen in some of her clients. It’s not intended to help treat the virus or long-haul but to offer some insight into what worked for someone else. Everyone is different so talk with your health practitioner about your own case. Listen to Rebuilding My Health Radio wherever you find your favorite podcasts… Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, Alexa, Spotify, and much more! If you enjoyed this episode, we truly appreciate your subscribing/following, rating and reviewing it. It helps tremendously with others finding our podcast. Get a copy of our free guide, 4 Ways to Ease, Reverse or Even Eliminate Chronic and Complex Illnesses: https://rebuildingmyhealth.lpages.co/landing-page-for-4-ways-to-ease-reverse-or-eliminate-chronic-illness/   Follow Rebuilding My Health: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/rebuildingmyhealth Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/rebuildingmyhealth/ Pinterest – https://www.pinterest.com/rebuildingmyhealth   Audio Production, Mix & Podcast Editing by Sonorous Laboratory LLC – https://sonorouslab.com/

TCC S3 EP6 "Death & Rebirth" The Cosmic Channel

If you ever lost your faith, or find yourself losing faith quickly, this episode is for you. In this solo conversation, I share with you one of the most significant events in my life that took me further away from my trust in a Higher Power. I experienced grief for the first time a day after I turned 18 years old. I decided then & there that since my prayers weren’t answered, there was no such thing as a Higher Power. I felt betrayed, disappointed and mostly angry. For the years after that, I stopped believing in anything. I stopped praying. I went into complete darkness and found myself making poor life decisions. There isn’t one way to reconnect to our faith. For me, it was through meditation and yoga. It was through calming down the noise in my mind. Through opening up my heart. For others, it may be through prayer or immersing oneself in nature. Throughout our lives we may have moments of doubt, of confusion, of loss, of grief. We may have moments where we fall from grace and lose faith. Falling from grace just means we have certain beliefs about God, the Universe, Source (whatever it is you call it), that are against us. We believe that because things aren’t happening the way we asked them to that they aren’t right.In this episode, I share with you how I’ve been using my faith in order to navigate the new experiences in my life. Each moment is an opportunity to gravitate higher towards Love or lower towards Fear.   mariaamiouni.com @maria.amiouni @thecosmicchannel — Edited, Mastered and Distributed by sonorouslab.com

“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.” ― Oprah Winfrey The Spa In Me Podcast

“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.” ― Oprah Winfrey   Spas, Resorts, and Wellness Centers The Stonebrook Project  Beauty Changes Lives . Retreats, Events, Festivals, and Venues Silo Wellness Minnesota Department of Agriculture    Artist Residency Programs The Writers in Residence program at Hedgebrook is located on Whidbey Island and has two application cycles in 2022. This program is located on 48-acres of forest and meadow with a view of Mount Rainier. This residency is open to women-identified writers 18 and older. Up to six writers can be in residence at a time, each housed in a handcrafted cottage. The Baer Art Center is part of a beautiful seaside horse farm in Northwestern Iceland, where it hosts short residency sessions, thematic workshops, and art classes for visual artists, architects, and designers. The application process for two-week residencies is now open. Interview With Heidi Chew Osborne, Executive Director of Our Lady of the Pines Retreat Center, Fremont, Ohio Heidi Chew Osborne grew up in Warren, Pennsylvania. She obtained an undergraduate in journalism from the University of Dayton with a certificate in retreat ministry. She also has a Master’s Degree in Pastoral Ministry/Theology from Gannon University and a certification in Church Management from Villanova University. Heidi worked as a high school theology teacher for 10 years in Madison, Wisconsin; Chardon, Ohio; and Sandusky, Ohio. She also worked as an administrative assistant for four years at St. Joseph Church, Marblehead, Ohio. Heidi also worked as an enrollment coordinator at Immaculate Conception School, Port Clinton, Ohio for four years. Since August 2019, she has worked as the Executive Director at Our Lady of the Pines Retreat Center. Heidi is married, has four children (ages 6-12), one dog, and two cats. Our Lady of the Pines Retreat Center Website Facebook Instagram Books, Music, and More for Everyday Self Care The books below are available in our Bookshop book store. As an affiliate, if you purchase a book in our book store, we may receive a small commission. Stephen Levine wrote A Year to Live in the late 1990s. After living mindfully for a year as if it was all that he had remaining, he teaches his readers how living with urgency can teach us to reflect on our worldview and priorities. It's Always Freezer Season: How to Freeze Like a Chef with 100 Make-Ahead Recipes by Ashley Christensen and Kaitlyn Goalen can help us to save time with meal planning. Please subscribe to receive our podcast. You can also subscribe to the written version of our newsletter at https://thespainme.com/. While you’re on our website, spend time finding a spa, retreat, or venue. Production Studio: Sonorous Laboratory, LLC

Guided Meditation Everyday Erica

A short and sweet guided meditation focusing on the breath. The greatest medicine inside we have at our side always. 

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