October 30, 2013
We’ll wrap up our month of exploring Self with a look at the role of many types of healing modalities in the process of getting closer to understanding the core of who we are. Our guest, Ryan Hader, believes that all healing must first begin by truly loving the Self, and will share his knowledge of that journey from his perspective as a healer, yoga teacher, and kirtan singer.
Milwaukee Native Ryan Hader (Nataraja) has been immersed in yogic study and developed Nataraja Yoga, a unique way of bringing practitioners of asana away from the chatter of the mind and into the timeless gift of presence by focusing on the meditative, or subtler aspects of the physical yoga practice. Ryan facilitates yoga classes focusing on healing, postural alignment, personal empowerment, deep inner peace and inspiration.
Ryan is also a Reiki Teacher, offering Reiki Trainings at Yoga Studios and Alternative Healing schools nationwide.
You can learn more about Ryan on his website at www.ryanhader.com.
October 23, 2013
The reward of developing a deeper understanding of who you are is in the living of a richer, more meaningful life. Living authentically, where the essence of who you are is reflected in everything that you do in daily life, is to live gracefully. We have heard on our shows this month that there are many ways to learn more about your SELF. This exploration can be filled with ups and downs as we uncover the things we like about ourselves and the things that we might not like about ourselves. Regardless of those findings, the outcome of that search in itself is worthwhile.
This week, Host Chris Kann will speak about some of the tools that she has used in understanding herself better. Some of the tools have come from her training in Reiki energy healing, and others have come from teachers she has had over the years. All have brought insight in some form, including insight about the tools that she did not particularly resonate with.
Listen in for this rare show without a featured guest, as Chris shares her thoughts. Maybe some of the tools she discusses can be helpful to you too.
October 19, 2013
On our October 19 show, Host Chris Kann discussed the benefits of knowing SELF that she has learned in her training for Reiki energy healing. She spoke specifically of her experiences of taking a week to focus on one of the Reiki principles per day.
In case you’d like to consider this exercise, below is a list of the Reiki principles.
Watch for more about Reiki as a healing modality on a future show where Chris will interview her teacher, Reiki Master Samantha Avenaim.
October 12, 2013
The Mind Body Spirit Living radio show will be pre-empted by college football on this date, so listen in to the final discusssion in a three-part series featuring EXCLUSIVE interviews available via podcast.
In these conversations with Host Chris Kann and holistic life coach Markus Kasunich, the focus has been on core personal growth topics of “Awakening” and “Attachment”. In this discussion, Chris and Markus discuss the topic of “Abundance“. Much has been written on this topic, but listen in to this interview for a unique perspective. Chris shares her personal stories and experience of changing her perspective on abundance and the significant impact it has had on her life.
Markus is originally from Canada, but is now based in California. He serves in many roles for his clients: holistic life coach, alternative medicine healer, and counselor. He has traveled worldwide and has been trained in a wealth of different healing modalities, all augmenting his own natural gifts and intuitive abilities. Markus also is a frequent speaker on issues related to personal growth.
Markus also is a practicing artist who had his most recent gallery showing in Racine, WI in November, 2012. Chris and Markus have worked together for over three years and have been co-presenters on the topic of Creativity at multiple conferences and via webinar.
For more information on Markus Kasunich, please visit www.markuskasunich.com.
Our regular weekly broadcast will return on 10/19/13.
October 7, 2013
We continue to explore ways to get to know yourself better in our month of “Getting to Know YOU”. This week we look closer at the use of family constellation work as a way to understand what in the history of your ancestors might have an impact on you today.
Our guest, Karen Carnabucci uses family constellation work as a key tool in helping clients understand how their family history might have on current personal issues, including relationships, career and illness. During our show, she will give an overview of this leading-edge healing process and how it can provide another approach to going deeper into understanding ourselves.
Karen Carnabucci, LCSW, LISW-S, TEP, is a licensed psychotherapist who specializes using and teaching in non-traditional healing and body-mind methods, including psychodrama, family constellation work, guided imagery and other approaches.
She has been involved with the emerging healing process of constellation work since 2002 and is certified in this method by Heinz Stark, an internationally recognized constellation trainer from Germany.
She is the co-author of Integrating Psychodrama And Systemic Constellation Work: New Directions For Action Methods, Mind-Body Therapies And Energy Healing with the late Ron Anderson.
For more information about Karen and her work, go to her website at http://www.lakehousecenter.com.
October 1, 2013
This is the first in a series of shows that will explore what Host Chris Kann feels is a key part of the life journey…..getting to know your Self. We take in lots of information to come to our awareness of who we are and what is important to us, but going deeper into that process can lead to tangible and intangible benefits and to leading a more authentic life.
Our guest, Sara Rae Lancaster, is a journalist who believes everyone has a story to tell. She feels the best part of her job is sharing the stories of everyday people doing extraordinary things. She also has a passion for encouraging people to tell their own story in their own words….and gain a better understanding of Self-through journaling.
In our discussion, we’ll hear what Sara feels are the approaches we can all take to explore our own stories more fully.
Sara is a freelance journalist whose contributions appear in publications such as Milwaukee Magazine, The Writer, Rails to Trails, She Magazine and Woodland Magazine.
For more information about Sara, go to www.bysararae.com.