CHI FOR YOURSELF is delighted to tell you that a past guest on the show has taken top honors in New York City. Captain Dan Willis was with us in the fall of 2014 to talk about his book First Responders. Now, Dan’s book has landed a Books for a Better Life award.
Read the announcement from publisher New World Library and see a short video by clicking here:
And, you can hear the complete CHI FOR YOURSELF interview with Dan Willis by clicking on this player:
Well despite a problem with the YouTube screen the interview with Susan Anderson made it to the CHI FOR YOURSELF Start page. Our topic was what Susan calls the “outer child”. Her book is Taming Your Outer Child: Overcoming Self-Sabotage and Healing from Abandonment. Check out some of the talking points from the show:
Personal challenges that moved Susan toward writing the book
Outer Child and Inner Child
The Outer Child’s entry and when we might first see it
Teaching parents to work with their kids and the Outer Child
The Outer Child’s effects and PTSD
It’s not about will
Society’s reluctance to “go inside”
Giving ourselves more self love
Consciousness and Outer Child Work
You can hear the CHI FOR YOURSELF interview with Susan Anderson by clicking on this player:
I gotta say I was surprised to have both Susan Campbell and John Grey on the call last Thursday. I was under that impression that only Susan was going to do the interview, so it was nice to have both with us for the Q and A. Susan and John are co-authors of FIVE-MINUTE RELATIONSHIP REPAIR: Quickly Heal Upsets, Deepen Intimacy, and Use Differences to Strengthen Love.
If you still haven’t heard what they had to say about quick relationship maintenance just click on the YouTube logo and you’ll be taken to the recording…
Here’s a list of talking points from the show:
5 Minute Relationship repair? Seems too good to be true!
Deep issues are at work here
Trouble tends to have its origins in childhood
Indicators of trouble in a relationship
Doing “quick repair”
Do we actually attract the wrong partners?
There’s brain science at work
The physical manifestations of relationship stress
Our core fears are at work
Relationship repair and gender roles
Couples who “get it right”
Something for couples not having problems
In a few days I’ll tell you about the guests who’ll be with us on the next show.
No matter what shape your relationship is in you’ll want to be with us for today’s CHI FOR YOURSELF. Our guest is Dr. Susan Campbell, co-author of FIVE-MINUTE RELATIONSHIP REPAIR: Quickly Heal Upsets, Deepen Intimacy, and Use Differences to Strengthen Love.
On today’s CHI FOR YOURSELF we’ll be talking relationships with Dr. Susan Campbell, co-author of FIVE-MINUTE RELATIONSHIP REPAIR: Quickly Heal Upsets, Deepen Intimacy, and Use Differences to Strengthen Love.
Dr. Susan Campbell
Be on the call with us today at 4pm Eastern, 1pm Pacific time. You’ll see the screen at chiforyourself.com.
Button pushing, fights, and cold, smoldering, silent resentment. Remind you of your truly beloved? On the next CHI FOR YOURSELF we’ll look at these and other issues facing many couples. Our guest will be Dr. Susan Campbell, co-author with Dr. John Grey, of Five Minute Relationship Repair. Dr. Campbell has long worked as a relationship coach and teamwork consultant to Fortune 500 companies and has authored six books.
Dr. Susan Campbell
Some of the areas (usual suspects?) we’ll explore:
What should a couple do if they find themselves having the same fight over and over?
Why do we often feel afraid to speak honestly to the one we love the most?
Can couples really repair things in five minutes?
Plan to be on the call when CHI FOR YOURSELF welcomes Dr. Susan Campbell on Thursday March 12th at 4pm Eastern, 1pm Pacific. Just visit chiforyourself.com at that time and click on the video player. See ya there..
We’re excited about the topics we’ll be exploring on CHI FOR YOURSELF in the upcoming year! These include:
Re-training the unconscious mind to gain better health..
Gratitude and its roll in happiness..
How facing world problems can make our lives more meaningful and satisfying..
I hope you’ll be with us in 2015.
If you missed the interview with Gina Vucci, co-author of The Relationship Handbook,
you can listen to the interview here..
Here are some of the talking points that were covered:
Gina on her association with Shakti Gawain
Talks about her workshops on relationships
The relationship with the self
Relationships and consciousness
Gina’s take on a “higher power”
Healing through 12 Step programs
Addictions in relationships
What the “shadow self” has to say to us
The perils of shadow self denial
Moving on after a relationship ends
One thing to keep in mind about relationships
Make CHI FOR YOURSELF part of your listening day. On today’s call we’ll be welcoming Gina Vucci, co-author (with Shakti Gawain) of The Relationship Handbook: A Path to Consciousness, Healing, and Growth.
The book makes the point that each of us is in relationships not only with romantic partners, family, coworkers, and children, but also with internal core beliefs and a variety of selves, including primary, disowned, and shadow selves.
Hear the conversation with Gina Vucci- today at 4pm Eastern, 1pm Pacific time at chiforyourself.com.
Our next CHI FOR YOURSELF guest is Gina Vucci. Gina and Shakti Gawain have co-authored The Relationship Handbook: A Path to Consciousness, Healing, and Growth.Their approach reflects the fact that each of us is in relationships not only with romantic partners, family, coworkers, and children, but also with internal core beliefs and a variety of selves, including primary, disowned, and shadow selves.
Be with us “on the call” on Wednesday December 17th at 1pm Pacific time at chiforyourself.com
I wanted to take today to say “thank you” for subscribing to CHI FOR YOURSELF blog posts on GenuLines. Part of my attitude of gratitude today is for how you make my work a joy! Our community continues to grow as does my appreciation for your continued intention to live a genuine life.
Enjoy your Thanksgiving today– if you’re in the States — and your
Thursday if you’re anywhere else.
Your response to Capt. Dan Willis’ interview on CHI FOR YOURSELF last week was great to see! Dan talked about the challenges that first responders face and how they can be helped to do their very important jobs. I thought it was great to hear that inner exploration is being used as a healing tool, and that Spirit is taking its place in the process.
Here are some of the talking points from the show:
just who are the First Responders?
suicide as a growing problem among police officers
how Dan got started helping other First Responders
Dan’s realization that he was in trouble
red flags that could indicate PTSD
the lack of this type of training for First Responders
a frightening story about a fellow officer
personalities that might be more susceptible to PTSD
how families can be of help
You can hear the CHI FOR YOURSELF interview with Capt. Dan Wills by clicking on this player: