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Walking In Two Worlds: Can We Be Spiritually Awake and Fully Experience our Humanity?

In this edition of Empowered Empaths, Kristin and Martha explore this question with their guest, Dion Gonzales, businessman, entrepreneur and co-developer of an app called www.Irel8.com which allows people to connect with others facing similar life challenges when unable to see a counselor. They discussed how hearing the siren call of your spirit can cause you to feel confusion and a fear of being judged by the people in your life. Once we understand that our spirit’s main objective is to awaken fully to who we are and allow ourselves to be an agent for the changes that are needed to transform the world, we can find a joy and meaning to our lives that we only once imagined.

“The Power of Intention” with Martha Juchnowski

Martha Juchnowski shares how the power of intention, mindfulness, and meditation paves the way to a better life.

More about Martha: Martha Juchnowski is a healing facilitator and creator of Source Harmonics, an approach to healing using intuitive spiritual counseling and integrative energy work to guide the individual to discover the healer within and their sacred higher self. Martha is also the co-host, along with Kristin Walker, CEO of Mental Health News Radio, of the weekly podcast called Empowered Empaths.

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Ryan McShane Talks About Leadership And the Impact on a Company

More about Ryan McShane:

About
HR Evolution represents a focus on a new approach to work: through transformational Leadership Workshops, Career Coaching, Resume Writing and HR/Business Consulting designed to strengthen the capabilities of our clients to create impact and experience their vision!
HR Evolution, LLC brings value to clients through application of 20yrs HR Management experience in the Public, Private and Not for Profit sectors. Services and resources include Transformative Leadership Development Workshops, Personality Assessments, Organizational Development Interventions, Strategic Planning, HR/Business Consulting, Career Transition Tools, Professional Resume Writing, Interview skills development and more!

I have the pleasure of serving as the Owner and President of HR Evolution LLC a local HR, Career and Leadership Consultancy. Formerly, I’ve served the HR Profession for 20 years and prior to launching HR Evolution in 2015 I was the HR Officer for a County Agency. Additionally, I held the position of President for Chesapeake Human Resources Association (CHRA) a local chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) for 2 consecutive years.

My simple philosophy and approach are predicated on the following principles derived from the Book Titled, Conscious Capitalism, by John Mackey and Raj Sisoda.
1. Higher Purpose – operating through our values to meet a common humanitarian purpose or life improvement.
2. Conscious Leadership- characterized by self awareness and highly emotionally intelligent. Operates from a Servant Leadership Style and motivated by seeing others succeed.
3. Conscious Culture – The Values and Behaviors of Employees depict those that support accomplishment of mission and growth of the individual.
4. Stakeholder Orientation – All Stakeholders are given equal consideration in decision-making.
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The UNNI Podcast – w/ Brandon Johnson

“I’m Angry. I’m Hurt. This Is Difficult.”

Brandon Johnson MHW from Baltimore City, U.S., joins the UNNI Podcast Guest list. Brandon shares his passion for prevention work in Faith-Based Communities, Black Communities, and the empowerment of young people. Host Bianca McCall doesn’t hold back, while asking the tough questions — How does the Black Community achieve health and wellness, when there is such a disparity in health equity? How does the Black Community maintain hope, when many are repeatedly traumatized, with almost daily view of racially-motivated murders; by police, and other bigoted groups of people? Brandon shares valuable resources for all who are done “watching” and ready to act in a way which promotes unity and incentivized wellness for survivors with lived experience.

The UNNI Podcast – w/ Lourdes-Anne Requena

“Signs of Sorry, Not Sorry.”
Host Bianca McCall connects with Lourdes-Anne Requena, who calls in from London, UK. Lourdes-Anne shares her purpose-filled journey, as a suicide attempt survivor. The two, continue the conversation surrounding the call for empowerment of survivor-experts. Lourdes-Anne talks about the importance of introspection, responsibility taking and now; being the time to be seen and heard — No more suffering in silence.

 

Is There a Blueprint For Conscious Creation?

This is a question that Kristin and Martha explore with Kim Stanwood Terranova, author of “The Technology of Intention, Activating the Power of the Universe Within You.” Kim shares her knowing that each of us has the capabilities to create a life based on love and joy by showing us our tools and how to use them. After years of learning opportunities disguised as hardships, Kim shares “The Three Power Pillars” of intention that allowed her to become an authentic teacher of conscious creation. Kim is a master teacher of intentional living, licensed Practitioner of Truth from the Agape international Spiritual Center in Los Angeles and has a bachelor’s degree in Spiritual Studies. Join us on this enlightening journey toward our authentic selves!

https://kimstanwoodterranova.com/

The UNNI Podcast [EP 13] – w/ Cristina Frisby

“Us and Them”
Cristina Frisby joins the Guestlist for the first season of the UNNI Podcast, hosted by Bianca McCall. Cristina shares her lived experiences with codependency, and family history of addiction. She describes how feeling different can lead to disconnection and isolation; key drivers in addiction, and suicide. Cristina references Dr. Robert Weiss’s pro-dependency; and highlights the concept of detaching with care and compassion for those who are battling addiction; parallel to mental dis-ease, and suicide.

The UNNI Podcast [EP 12] – w/ Susie Reece

“The Art of Safe Storytelling” 
The UNNI Podcast host, Bianca McCall is joined by suicide loss survivor, Susie Reece. Susie is biracial; half Korean, and half Caucasian — And goes by the blogger handle; Southern Fried Asian, on a platform where she uses humor and other safe ways of sharing her story with others, to empower survivorship in communities. Susie shares her lived experiences with suicide — From losing her father at the age of 10 years, being adopted by her Caucasian grandparents, and moved to the state of Arkansas; to becoming a champion in the space of suicide prevention; for youth, first responders, and local law enforcement.

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Founder/Executive Director at Compassion Prison Project Talks To Us–Fritzi Horstman

Fritzi Horstman and I talk about her work with prisoners and how she brings compassion to traumatized people.

Fritzi Horstman Biography

Fritzi Horstman is the Founder and Executive Director of the Compassion Prison Project an organization dedicated to bringing compassion, childhood trauma awareness and creative inspiration to all men and women living behind bar.

She is currently directing “Step Inside the Circle,” a documentary about childhood trauma behind bars. The PSA created from some of the footage from the documentary has already received over 2 million views across all platforms.

She produced HBO’s “The Defiant Ones” directed by Allen Hughes which premiered July 9, 2017 and has garnered several awards including IDA Best Limited Series, NAACP Outstanding Director in a Television Movie or Special, Grammy for Best Music Film and was nominated for five Emmy Awards including Best Documentary.

Her first feature, “Take A Number,” which she wrote, produced, and directed, debuted at the Slamdance festival in 1997.

She served as a co-producer and post producer on numerous features and documentaries for Paramount Network Television, Universal Television , VH1, UPN, Lifetime, Showtime, FX Networks, the CW and CBS including the acclaimed “The Day Reagan was Shot,” “Our America,” which premiered at Sundance 2002, “Edge of America,” which premiered at Sundance 2004 and “Lila and Eve” which premiered at Sundance 2015.

She directed several shorts and documentary shorts, one of which, “Downtown,” won an award at the USA Film Festival.

She directed a documentary on James Joyce entitled “Joyce to the World,” featuring Brian Dennehy, Frank McCourt and Finnoula Flanagan.

Fritzi is passionate about equality, civil rights, education and stories about justice. It is her life’s work to makes sure these stories get told.

Fritzi studied at New York University’s summer film program and received a Bachelor of Arts in Film and English from Vassar College.

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