Frequency Medicine: How Quantum Technology Will Change Your Life


The Om All Day podcast features an engaging conversation with Philipp von Holzerdorf-Felling, the founder of Lila, delving into the fascinating realm of quantum technology. Philipp shares his transformative journey from a high-ranking corporate career to becoming a dedicated entrepreneur in the field of biohacking and holistic wellness. Throughout the discussion, he sheds light on Lila’s innovative products, referred to as Lila blocks, which leverage concentrated quantum energy fields for various health and well-being benefits.

Philipp begins by highlighting the importance of transitioning from corporate life to entrepreneurship, emphasizing the need to follow one’s passion and dreams. Drawing from his own experience, he encourages individuals to proactively pursue their calling, even if it means leaving the comfort of a secure job. This theme of personal growth and fulfillment serves as a backdrop for the overarching conversation about quantum technology.

Lila’s journey is intricately tied to Philipp’s personal exploration of spirituality and holistic well-being. He recounts a pivotal moment in the early 2000s when he realized the disconnect between his emotions and intuition, prompting him to seek change. This led him to delve into practices like yoga, meditation, and energy healing, eventually inspiring him to embark on a mission to learn from the world’s best healers.

In 2005, Philipp’s path intersected with that of his wife, who possessed the rare ability to see auras and energy fields. This encounter marked a significant turning point, sparking a commitment to helping people reconnect with their innate connection to the divine. The couple embarked on a journey involving shamanic healing practices, energy healing techniques, and a deep exploration of consciousness through yoga.

The conversation then transitions to Philipp’s decision to leave corporate life in 2016, driven by a profound realization that he needed to align his life with his heart’s calling. Despite appreciating the benefits of his corporate experiences, particularly in understanding electromagnetic fields in the cell phone industry, Philipp felt compelled to focus on his true purpose.

This shift in perspective led to the founding of Lila, with a core vision of providing products that enhance consciousness and well-being. Philipp introduces the concept of quantum energy, emphasizing that at a fundamental level, humans are beings of energy and frequency. The mission of Lila is to leverage this understanding to restore balance to aspects of individuals that may have fallen out of equilibrium.

The discussion touches on the practical applications of Lila’s quantum technology, with Philipp providing insights into the functionality of Lila blocks. These blocks, available in different sizes, contain super-concentrated quantum energy fields that harmonize frequencies within a given radius. Philipp details how the blocks can be placed in various environments, such as yoga studios, offices, or homes, to positively influence the energy and well-being of individuals in those spaces.

The versatility of Lila’s products is evident in their ability to harmonize electromagnetic frequencies (EMF) and other detrimental frequencies. Philipp emphasizes the measurable impact of these products, citing over 59 placebo-controlled studies conducted globally, showcasing the positive effects on blood health, immune system activation, and reduction of negative EMF effects.

One remarkable aspect of Lila’s quantum technology is its application in water structuring. Philipp explains how placing water or groceries inside the Lila blocks can lead to the harmonization of substances, contributing to potential health benefits. He highlights a partnership with the Emoto Institute in Japan, renowned for its work on water, which validated Lila’s technology’s ability to improve water quality.

Philipp further discusses the ability of Lila blocks to charge metals and crystals, enhancing their vibrational frequency. This has tangible effects, making objects like jewelry more aesthetically pleasing and, according to those who can perceive energy, vibrating at a higher level. The discussion extends to the impact on crystals, particularly Lemurian crystals, unlocking their dormant knowledge and potential.

The conversation explores the simplicity of using Lila’s products, emphasizing that they are accessible to individuals of all ages. While the possibilities for using the technology are vast, Philipp reassures that getting started is easy and requires no extensive training. The user-friendly nature of the products aligns with Lila’s mission to make quantum technology accessible to everyone.

Philipp also shares specific scientific studies conducted on Lila’s technology, such as those revealing an increase in ATP production—considered the currency of the body—by 20-29%. This breakthrough finding challenges mainstream perspectives, showcasing the non-invasive yet powerful impact of Lila’s quantum energy fields on cellular energy production.

The discussion concludes with Philipp addressing potential concerns and skepticism surrounding quantum technology. He acknowledges the need for further research and data in certain areas, especially in the context of reducing allergic responses to substances charged in Lila blocks. Despite this, Philipp remains confident in the positive impact of Lila’s technology, emphasizing its potential to revolutionize well-being and consciousness on a global scale.

In essence, the Om All Day podcast with Philipp von Holzerdorf-Felling provides a comprehensive exploration of Lila’s quantum technology, weaving together personal anecdotes, scientific insights, and practical applications. The conversation encapsulates the transformative power of aligning one’s life with passion and purpose while offering a glimpse into the revolutionary world of quantum wellness through Lila’s innovative products.

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Is Your Website Working For You


The OM All Day podcast episode features an insightful interview with Ellen Kotze, a web designer specializing in websites for the wellness industry. The conversation revolves around the importance of websites, common mistakes to avoid, and practical considerations for building an effective online presence. Ellen shares her journey as a service provider, emphasizing the significance of a well-designed website as a digital storefront for wellness professionals.

Ellen delves into her passion for the wellness industry, expressing a desire to help practitioners overcome common challenges in presenting their services online. She emphasizes the importance of user-friendly elements such as online booking, personalized about sections, and authentic imagery to create a compelling and trustworthy online presence.

The discussion touches on the choice of website platforms, with Ellen expressing a preference for WordPress due to its flexibility and SEO capabilities. She advises clients to consider their long-term goals when selecting a platform, emphasizing the need for a website that aligns with future business needs.

Ellen shares valuable insights on the significance of client-focused content and the common mistake of overemphasizing personal qualifications on websites. She encourages practitioners to prioritize showcasing the value they offer to clients rather than focusing solely on their credentials.

The conversation also explores the role of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) in website development. Ellen stresses the ongoing nature of SEO efforts and the need for strategic content creation to improve search rankings. She emphasizes that while SEO is crucial, it is a specialized service beyond the scope of basic website design.

Ellen provides practical advice for individuals without websites, outlining essential components like online booking, authentic imagery, clear service descriptions, and links to social media. She highlights the importance of understanding the target audience to tailor the website’s design and content accordingly.

The interview concludes with a discussion on updating websites and potential pitfalls to avoid. Ellen advises against updating WordPress themes and the core theme, emphasizing the potential risks of breaking the site if not handled correctly. She recommends caution when updating plugins but encourages clients to keep them up to date for optimal performance.

Overall, the conversation with Ellen Kotze provides valuable insights into the world of web design, particularly for wellness professionals. The episode serves as a resource for individuals looking to enhance their online presence, offering practical tips and considerations for creating an effective and client-focused website.

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Why Kids Yoga will Make a Lasting Impact

Why Kids Yoga will Make a Lasting Impact with Deven Sisler

Hi and welcome to today’s episode of Ohm All Day, the podcast hosted by Ari engages herself. Today, we are speaking with the one and only Deven Sisler. She has been working with kids and families for over 15 years with something near and dear to my heart: yoga and acro yoga! I loved getting to sit down with her and get to know her in this conversation because she’s a seasoned professional and has an amazing, powerful message.

I hope you all enjoy it! Deven has always loved being around children. Growing up, Deven was the oldest of three children, and he always watched his little siblings when his parents were away. Deven is the oldest of many cousins, and his family has their own daycare for kids.

He was always around kids when he wasn’t in school, so he never lost touch with the younger kids. Even though most of us lost touch with kids after high school, Deven didn’t. Deven was that kid who played sports but still loved kids.

His academic pursuits in theater, creative writing, and fine arts during his undergraduate years, coupled with the knowledge that he would work with children in some capacity, allowed him to design a major unique to his diverse interests.

The turning point in Deven’s life came in 2007 when he found yoga and meditation; it not only helped him to heal his mind, body, and spirit but gave him a whole new world of possibilities in which to heal others.

As Deven, divine-being-in-the-physical, was also exploring a career in theater, his avenues naturally met while he was teaching kids’ yoga classes. In 2007, kids’ yoga teacher training were literally just beginning to arrive (the lengths to which Deven drove for very special’ kids’ yoga training just boggles the mind these days), and the stars began to align. 

The journey from theater to teaching yoga, incorporated with his experience teaching children yoga, has influenced Deven’s teaching. “From there, I started to bring in the philosophy of yoga.

The concepts of ahimsa (nonviolence) and satya (honesty) became the foundation for how I taught in the classroom. That translated into how I would teach yoga teachers and how I would train them, bringing a whole yoga concept—not just a workout, not just a bikini body, not just handstands.” He started to teach different classes in different parts of New York City, such as acroyoga.

His suggestion from one of his students sparked the idea of writing a book. Rather, Deven focuses on giving everyone the ability to love—not even enjoy—not even understand—but to love, flow, and experience yoga.

Physically. Spiritually. Beres’ goal is for everyone to be able to do all of the yoga poses, and he strives to create philosophically sound, ethically motivated, all-inclusive, fun meditations, games, and activities that can be done every day, anywhere (e.g., in pajamas). 

As we move our focus to the business end, Ari and Deven discuss the dynamics of narrowing in on a niche, and in Deven’s case, focusing around kids and family yoga.

Deven recounts dealing with imposter syndrome and the mindset shift from competition to one of enjoyment and playfulness. He then elaborates on the importance of “reveling” in your work, as he puts it, to show off every aspect of the magnetic positive energy that spreads to others. 

Deven’s journey has made him an expert in many things: family yoga, acro yoga, and being a mentor in the field. He helps others find their unique voice and passion while giving them the tools to identify opportunities that align with their strengths. During our provider interview, you will hear about the many possibilities that go along with working with children.

The conversation also went into depth about the challenges entrepreneurs face when it comes to taking on parenthood and the rewards that come with owning your own business. Ari and Deven both shared intriguing insights on how they involve their children in their business at such a young age. 

By instilling the basics of entrepreneurship and wellness early on. Which they both note has a huge beneficial impact on future generations.

A key point of the implementation of wellness trends among school-age kids today and the changes it has brought into the education system. The interview wraps up with the three core pillars of Deven’s teacher training programs when it comes to teaching yoga to children: the ethics of yoga, which she often refers back to the definitions of Yamas and Niyamas to help children understand what the ethics of yoga mean.

The second core pillar is nonviolent communication, which means consciously adjusting adult language to communicate in a way that the kids can understand. The third core pillar is empowering children to find their unique voice, or, in other words, to encourage each and every child to find their own personal way of communicating their opinions. 

As you can see, when it comes to lessons on yoga, Deven shows a great deal of intense passion, especially when it comes to providing tools and lifelines to children through the resources yoga is entitled to provide during challenging times.

Deven’s journey is a great example of the intersection of passion, purpose, and business, with family and kids yoga at its heart. If you are looking to carve your path in the ever-evolving space called wellness, turn to Deven’s story time and again to inspire you to continue to make yoga accessible, to make it joyful, and to make it matter for all ages. 

Apart from his teaching in his business ventures, Deven’s also built community and collaboration. His passion for connecting yoga teachers and educators is something all people understand through his network. His is in us to really influence him in his connections with his peers.

Supporting communities and people to be themselves, like because he really enjoys supporting other people, there were times when it’s been a little hard taught when I’m really lovely and creating destructive things, as you can see from my peers. 

I’m Macia, which is the Asian people, because the faster I do whatever for me, the more I find it will have a vast impact on my teaching, from sessions to events to whatever, and I found that to be a recurring theme in a way that has been really helpful to me.

Deven also shares stories of collaborations, working in workshops more as a primitive technology nerd and as a marketing nerd with beautiful writers and reporters. These kinds of collaborations have greatly enhanced Deven’s own journey and benefited the broader community. 

While collaborations often happen because somebody knows somebody or they happen fortuitously, they typically start with a pretty simple goal: I make something and you’re good at selling things, or you write well, or you have a quirky take on wellness.

Most are just kind of one-offs or require very little involvement, but they allow for some pretty cool interplay of skills. We talk about the shifting landscape of yoga in the West: a trajectory toward inclusivity and erasing some of the ancient barriers to practice.

 Ari and Deven are both agents of this change. Deven sculpts culturally savvy, cross-referential nuggets of yoga that are plugged into the lives of diverse communities, fitting yoga to our time but also, always, to the ancient traditions and teachings.

We are chatting about how technology is assisting and maybe hindering the wellness industry. I ask how they are using it, and Deven goes on to tell me how they have filmed virtual classes and done teacher training online. They have found that the internet has been everyone’s downfall unless you use it in the correct manner. 

Their brand’s belief is that it’s been great for them, and whenever they talk about wellness expanding when they teach, it is already happening and only going to get bigger.

The great part of the integration of technology, as they explain, is that yoga and wellness used to be very small, very counterculture, and for very specific groups; today, you can go online and can probably find people across the whole world. 

The amiable, relaxing ambiance of the room as well as our energetic, relaxed state begin to change! As the conversation comes to a close, we take a major reflective turn as Deven shares the significant lessons he has learned in his life thus far on this journey.

These lessons range from the essentialism of resilience and adaptability to the supremacy of staying true to oneself. Deven’s own personal experiences of having challenges but being authentic resonated with me because oftentimes we see entrepreneurs seem like they never have any trouble doing what they love; however, that is not the case. 

Deven also emphasizes how continuing learning and self-reflection can help a person’s growth. Because he is always a student of yoga and life, he looks at everything with curiosity and self-awareness in the hopes he will learn something and become a better person.

In the interview, he speaks about some of the resources, books, and mentors that have helped shape the way he teaches today and offers some recommendations for anyone looking for some inspiration or guidance. 

Ari and Deven have adopted a forward-looking ideology in this clip, allowing them both to look at the influence that yoga will have on future generations and families. There is much talk about children’s wellness and yoga’s reliance on family-oriented mentality in their pursuits to spread the practice far and wide.

Deven refers to the benefits of physical activities in schools, and Ari continues to talk about how today’s world is shifting towards mindfulness and even offers that yoga may enter the mainstream of public schools. They also emphasize parents as partners in ensuring the well-being of the children in their care, and Ari nicely concludes with the message that the world is working towards.

So for the future, I think it’s a collaboration between yogis, therapists, educators, and everybody combining knowledge to make this a continuous growth, not only by giving them a tool set that works but also by continuing to give them a kit that allows them to fit on their own. You know what I mean. Like, ultimately, we have to grow. 

We can’t just give them the same old, tired circus show. The episode ends with an inspiring closing message from Deven, who shares a piece of advice for aspiring yoga teachers and people generally wanting to make a difference in the lives of children and families.

Deven epitomizes the perfect blend of passion, personal purpose, and business and leaves us with a ‘bigger question’ of how we can not only serve our purpose but also monetize it and create benefits for us all in the realms of wellbeing and education. 

All in all, the Ohm All Day podcast with Deven Sisler is an insightful look into the world of yoga and the role that it plays in the development of entrepreneurs and healthy communities.

His perspective stems from a background in theater that he used to laterally enter the world of yoga, combined with his current life geared towards family and kid wellness, which provides a great insight for listeners. The importance of joy and being your authentic self, and humanity gaining access to technology in our effort to continue, are a few of the narrative quilt squares that are woven into this story. This is a rich interview that applies to the many ways that listeners are interested in leading a well-lived life.

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Stop Stretching with Yogi Aaron

Stop Stretching With Yogi Aaron

Aaron, a Yogi and author, shares his unique perspective on how to heal your body through yoga, massage, and experience with personal body work for over 2 decades. 

He had a kid, which got him out of his stretching routine and he could no longer stretch. He started the Stop Stretching Pulls channel to show people how to do functional yoga depending on how their bodies are. The body and living healthy have always fascinated Ari.

Coming from a family of healers and practitioners, Ari was introduced to kinesiology at the age of seven. Ari believes that people need to stop accepting surgeries as normal and use more common sense to prevent illness. 

As a result of having taught yoga for over 30 years, Ari has developed fairly intense chronic pain from various injuries. An orthopedic surgeon told me I may have to get a spinal fusion in my lower back because of a disc herniation. 

Hearing that made me realize that yoga is healing; it starts healing from the inside but also gets stronger as you increase your range of motion. As people get older, their flexibility may nosedive a little, but I believe yoga starts healing you internally first.

Ari commented that many people are like Aaron and that many people think they need to be flexible, but they don’t realize that it is actually not normal to be flexible.

Aaron counters that, like Ari, many people like her are not so flexible, and Aaron does not believe that a lot of people are as flexible as we think we are and that flexibility is not beneficial for everyone.

To sum it all up, Aaron and his unique ideas, techniques, and methods are proof to the world that we don’t have to live with pain in our lives. We can live without surgeries and prescription drugs. We can enjoy our lives and live them to the fullest. The author then begins to talk about all the necessary things, such as how to stretch?.

The speaker then mentions that everyday people will mostly want to stretch their faces to look beautiful and not look old. Every day, people want to stretch for two things: looking beautiful and looking young. 

The speaker also mentions that not everybody thinks stretching is good for them, but it makes you feel good. Some of the things Ankha poses questions about are: how to put the movement in muscles; how do you get the muscles to work when they want, not just when you want them; and how to put the stress in joints when you need it, not just whenever you want.

The speaker also discussed how to utilize proprioception, which is the ability of the brain to transmit messages to the muscles. If a muscle loses the ability to contract, it also loses the ability to proprioception. As we start to age, the muscles lose proprioception, as if there were any trauma to them. Stress will also cause the muscle to lose proprioception.

The speaker is saying that yoga is not only about one thing; it is also about a healthy mood. The speaker states, “Elite gymnasts or something you can train, or if one ever has a stop gap of zero range, turn to their bodies; they bounce back super, super guaranteed.

The speaker is asking, Why teach yoga on getting your hamstring contracted, hamstring to strengthen, and glutes to activate? Isn’t that what most yoga is about? To sum up, the speaker stresses the significance of knowing the function of muscles and the possible injuries you could get from over-stretching.

The conversation is centered around the idea that yoga is changing or evolving. And just like everything else, it has to change. There are smart, intelligent places that movement should go but there are also places we should not be going. 

People thought that yoga was moving to a smarter place of movement—movement that goes more towards this place where we belong, not where we’ve evolved into or where we’ve gone wrong. People are definitely moving away from what the actual purpose of yoga is. People are realizing the eight-step system.

They are realizing where yoga started and stopped and where it moved away from. Asana is one step out of the eight-step system. Asana is the eight-step system so as we saw in other cases, like when we went over the sutra, we got into his eight-step system. 

Skiing is one step out of those eight steps. Hatha yoga really is the boot of all the yoga that we all do. Everyone asks. Don’t chuck people down the road; at least I had class before. Haskell sent those patterns that we had in me to sit in those round moves that are soundly up a road. Only write if your mind knows that there is no man.

You have a long way to go. You are already in the wilderness. It might be placed next to where we are going to stop moving with the rows of people. That hour, people are stopping the logical talks with an emmy. They realize this once in soccer classes. 

Laughs at the one who volunteers to keep it. A queda will assist athletics because I rushed and my body expectancy in ingredients full of market easily sat there a need to add herbs and assembled stuffing ingredients into the. In the west and the east, it is the physicality, which is perfect and amazing.

At Western yoga alone, you are not trained in flexibility, and putting your foot behind your head is not in any yoga scripture. So it is wrong that we pursued attitudes and the cultivated desire to not be so Ashtanga personal. What is your “i‚i“? It has been this lipit and were not the entire this immediate satisfaction end, no Nirvana by typing would read people for if there were laid back on and hidden guns. It is and not likely yoga will help countless others try to take it.

Can you help in your practice of them as the practice of stage is where the prince is and the educational purposes in the principles of light on what now the fact of those applying the bonus of using the money that brings feels inquiry or enlightenment to someone not to understand this kind of violent by pursuing to be like?

Do you have spirituality for this destruction of Samadhi? What is not and so not peace and they ìomposue“ would almost surely already be definitely true. Striving celebrities who want èdegure“ between the Sanskrit that is lord of the it’s only role in Buddhism be technically accurate or not to all the yoga instruction and demonstrated the rest of the greatest semesters worth expression. Is this related to tent analysis?

The producer who is not totally sure it’s a stretch class is conducting or not covering all or some of this knowledge. The speaker is saying that you must get rid of the things that are in your way of living your purpose and moving beyond your self-imposed limitations. 

What the speaker is saying is that yoga should be a practice of removing the obstacles between who you really are, what you really stand for, why you were put here on this planet and how you live your life on a path to fulfilling that unique destiny.

The speaker then goes on to explain the importance of forward folds and what a forward fold does: it awakens the energy in the spine and the deepest part of the human body. Even though the forward bends do have the same energy, the twins could get the same energetic fact even if one of them just brings their forehead to their knee. I think if they both bring their arms out to the side and do a heart opener, that will have the same energetic effect.

The speaker’s mission is to connect people and help people in unique ways, which is such a great way to deliver the message and will for sure make people feel better physically, mentally, and emotionally. They are dressed in yoga pants and a shirt that says, “Stretching feels good,” which is a great attention-getter because I do believe stretching does feel good, and our unique way of doing yoga will help you reach your goals. Find your flow and ease your inspiration.

Aaron Alexander, CR, LMT, and CPT, is an accomplished manual therapist and movement coach. His clients include members from all walks of life, ranging from Olympic and professional athletes to motocross champions, celebrities, and weekend warriors. He writes for various health and fitness publications, while he also lectures and teaches workshops around the country. Aaron advocates for individuals to take responsibility for their own well-being.

He has a Whimsy Factor of 12. Aaron Alexander, CR, LMT, and CPT, developed a chronic pain recovery treatment program. His passion is to provide people with effective, preventable, posture-based, and most importantly, reversible action for chronic pain. Aaron believes that youth is in the spine and if started from the periphery, success will come. Aaron utilizes yoga, functional movement, muscle testing, and massage techniques to assist with his Miami chiropractor practice.

Ari also offers teacher training, books, and online courses for those of you really wanting to get set up for success. The Yokai Club is a place where I offer free content and resources. At the beautiful retreat center Blue Spirit in Costa Rica, he leads a pain-free yoga retreat and yoga teacher training immersions. 

The retreat center has three levels, 1, 2, and 3, suitable for everyone to attend as well as for those who want to embody this knowledge and pass it on to others. We’re really out to inspire hope and change people’s pain stories. So I want to encourage you to come to the Yoga Expo. It’s in January and March.

This January, Aaron is doing a workshop on that Friday; he’s doing a class on Saturday. I encourage you all to go to the expo. You can come for free; we can reschedule for you to come for free and the Yoga Expo will have free sessions going on.

In Ari’s video, they mention not just trying to fix what is broken but to analyze what has caused the issue and Rita made such a strong point about pain not always being there, but what has been causing the pain would always be there. 

I found this really interesting because it’s easy to be blind to things like this because we just think about our pain and try to fix it, when in reality we should be fixing the issue of why we are in pain.

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Habit Stacking For A Well Rounded Life With Corissa Saint Laurent

Habit Stacking for a Well Rounded Life

In this episode, host Corissa Saint Laurent discusses the concept of habit stacking and its potential to create a well-rounded life. She explores how combining small habits can lead to significant positive changes in various areas of life.

Corissa begins by explaining the concept of habit stacking. It involves linking a new habit to an existing habit, using the momentum of the existing habit to make it easier to adopt and sustain the new habit. This approach can help individuals create a system of interconnected habits that support their overall well-being.

Throughout the episode, Corissa provides practical examples and strategies for habit stacking. She suggests identifying anchor habits, which are existing habits already firmly established in daily routines, and then intentionally adding new habits to them.

Corissa emphasizes the importance of choosing habits that align with personal values and goals. By intentionally selecting habits that contribute to different areas of life, such as physical health, mental well-being, personal growth, relationships, and productivity, individuals can create a well-rounded and balanced lifestyle.

The episode explores different areas where habit stacking can be applied. Corissa discusses habits related to exercise, nutrition, self-care, mindfulness, learning, and connection with others. She encourages listeners to experiment and find their own unique combinations of habits that work best for them.

Additionally, Corissa highlights the importance of consistency and patience when adopting new habits. She discusses strategies for overcoming challenges and staying motivated along the way. She also suggests tracking progress and celebrating small wins to reinforce positive habits.

Corissa concludes the episode by reminding listeners that habit stacking is a flexible approach that can be adapted to individual preferences and circumstances. She encourages a mindset of experimentation, self-reflection, and self-compassion as individuals embark on their habit-stacking journey.

Overall, “Habit Stacking for a Well-Rounded Life” with Corissa Saint Laurent explores the concept of habit stacking as a powerful tool for creating positive change and a balanced lifestyle. It provides practical tips, strategies, and insights to help listeners integrate habits across different areas of life, fostering personal growth and well-being.

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Understanding The Keto Diet With Ben Azadi

Living the Keto way

In this episode, host Ben Azadi explores the topic of the ketogenic diet, also known as the keto diet. He provides insights and information to help listeners understand the principles and potential benefits of this dietary approach.

Ben begins by explaining the basics of the keto diet. He describes it as a high-fat, moderate-protein, and low-carbohydrate eating plan that aims to shift the body into a state of ketosis. Ketosis is a metabolic state in which the body primarily uses fat for fuel instead of carbohydrates.

Throughout the episode, Ben discusses the potential benefits of the keto diet. He highlights its ability to promote weight loss, improve insulin sensitivity, and enhance mental clarity and focus. He also mentions its potential benefits for certain medical conditions, such as epilepsy and neurodegenerative diseases.

Ben delves into the science behind the keto diet, explaining how it impacts the body’s metabolism and hormonal balance. He discusses the role of ketones, which are produced during ketosis, and their effects on energy levels and appetite regulation.

The episode also addresses common misconceptions and challenges associated with the keto diet. Ben provides tips and strategies for overcoming potential side effects, such as the “keto flu” and nutrient deficiencies. He emphasizes the importance of proper nutrient intake and encourages listeners to consult with healthcare professionals before starting any new diet.

Furthermore, Ben shares practical advice for implementing the keto diet, including food choices, meal planning, and tracking macronutrient intake. He emphasizes the importance of individualization and finding a version of the keto diet that works best for each person’s unique needs and preferences.

Ben concludes the episode by emphasizing the importance of a holistic approach to health and wellness. He encourages listeners to consider factors beyond diet, such as sleep, stress management, and physical activity, in their overall lifestyle for optimal results.

Overall, Episode 11 provides an introduction to the ketogenic diet, exploring its principles, potential benefits, and considerations. Ben Azadi offers insights and practical advice for those interested in understanding and implementing the keto diet as part of their health and wellness journey.

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Psychedelic Activation for Healing with Bianca Abbott

Psychedelic Activation for Healing

In this episode, host Bianca Abbott explores the topic of psychedelic activation for healing purposes. She delves into the potential benefits and transformative experiences that can be achieved through the intentional use of psychedelics.

Bianca begins by discussing the growing interest and research surrounding psychedelic substances as tools for healing and personal growth. She emphasizes the importance of approaching psychedelics with respect, intentionality, and proper guidance.

Throughout the episode, Bianca shares personal anecdotes and insights from her own experiences with psychedelics. She highlights their ability to open doors of perception, facilitate deep introspection, and provide a unique lens through which to explore one’s inner world.

The episode also touches upon the therapeutic potential of psychedelics in treating mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Bianca discusses the importance of responsible use, set, and setting, emphasizing the need for a safe and supportive environment during psychedelic experiences.

Furthermore, Bianca explores the concept of integration, which involves integrating the insights and lessons gained from psychedelic experiences into one’s daily life. She discusses various integration practices such as journaling, meditation, and seeking professional guidance when needed.

Bianca concludes the episode by stressing the importance of responsible and informed use of psychedelics. She encourages listeners to approach these substances with reverence, proper education, and a mindset focused on healing and growth.

Overall, Episode 6 dives into the world of psychedelic activation for healing, providing personal insights, considerations, and guidance on how to approach psychedelics in a transformative and intentional manner. It explores the potential benefits and emphasizes the importance of responsible use, integration, and creating a safe container for healing experiences.

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Sat-Chit-Ananda: Truth-Consciousness-Bliss For Our Life Design

Truth-Consciousness-Bliss for our Life Design

In this episode, the focus is on the concept of Sat-Chit-Ananda, which translates to Truth-Consciousness-Bliss. The hosts delve into how this concept can be applied to design and create a fulfilling life.

The episode begins by discussing the meaning behind Sat-Chit-Ananda. “Sat” refers to truth or existence, “Chit” represents consciousness or awareness, and “Ananda” signifies bliss or deep happiness. The hosts explore how integrating these three elements into our lives can lead to a sense of purpose, fulfillment, and joy.

Throughout the conversation, the hosts discuss practical ways to incorporate Sat-Chit-Ananda into our life design. They emphasize the importance of aligning our actions and choices with our core values and inner truth. By living in integrity and authenticity, we can experience a deep sense of fulfillment and contentment.

The episode also explores the concept of consciousness and the role it plays in shaping our reality. The hosts discuss the power of mindfulness, self-awareness, and intentionality in creating a life that reflects our true nature and desires.

Additionally, the hosts highlight the significance of cultivating a sense of bliss or deep happiness in our daily lives. They encourage listeners to explore activities, relationships, and experiences that bring them joy and contribute to their overall well-being.

Throughout the episode, the hosts provide practical tips and exercises for integrating Sat-Chit-Ananda into our life design. They suggest practices such as meditation, journaling, and self-reflection as tools for deepening our connection to truth, consciousness, and bliss.

The conversation concludes with a reminder that Sat-Chit-Ananda is not a destination but a continuous journey of self-discovery and growth. By consciously aligning with truth, expanding our consciousness, and cultivating a sense of bliss, we can design and create lives that are truly fulfilling and aligned with our deepest aspirations.

Overall, Episode 12 explores the concept of Sat-Chit-Ananda and how it can be applied to life design. It provides insights and practical tools for integrating truth, consciousness, and bliss into our daily lives, ultimately leading to a more purposeful and joyful existence.

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Redefining the Alpha Female

Redefining the Alpha Female

Is the feminine losing ground?


Let’s be honest, our roles as women have changed and keep shifting and for some women it’s a struggle right now to lead and be led!


The Alpha female has surged with roles of being the bread winner to cooking dinner for the family… all while keeping up on self-care!


There’s so much stress, confused roles, masculine vs feminine polarities that I have a hard time keeping up with on my own life. 


This is why I loved interviewing Dr. Chelsea Washington on the Om All Day Podcast with a special episode.


You can find a balance with your divine feminine and powerful masculine and rewrite the narrative of the patriarchal society we live in.


If you’re not sure how check out what Dr. Chelsea shares in this episode of Om All Day


🌿 Gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be an Alpha Female in our modern world and embrace the qualities that align with your authentic self.

🌿 Explore the delicate balance between masculine and feminine energies, allowing for a harmonious integration that empowers your relationships and enhances overall well-being.

🌿 Learn effective strategies to navigate the challenges and complexities that come with the Alpha Female identity, finding strength and empowerment in the process.

The roles are shifting, the world is changing and you get to write your story. 

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Breakthrough Vs. Breakdown: An Alternative Approach To Healing

In this episode, Goddess Well explores an alternative approach to healing by shifting the perspective from “breakdown” to “breakthrough.” The episode challenges the commonly held belief that healing only occurs after a complete breakdown, suggesting that there is another way to approach and experience healing.

Goddess Well begins by discussing the traditional view of healing, which often involves hitting rock bottom or experiencing a breakdown before finding a path to recovery. She argues that this perspective can perpetuate a cycle of suffering and limit our ability to proactively engage in our healing journey.

The episode explores the concept of a breakthrough as a powerful and transformative experience that can lead to healing. Goddess Well suggests that by reframing breakdowns as breakthrough opportunities, individuals can approach their healing journey from a place of empowerment and growth.

Throughout the conversation, Goddess Well shares insights and tools for embracing the breakthrough mindset. She encourages listeners to cultivate self-awareness and self-compassion, allowing themselves to explore their vulnerabilities and limitations without judgment.

Goddess Well also emphasizes the importance of mindset and intention in the healing process. She discusses the power of positive affirmations, visualization, and energy work as tools for shifting our perspective and creating breakthrough moments in our lives.

Furthermore, the episode explores the role of self-care and self-love in the healing journey. Goddess Well suggests that by prioritizing our well-being and engaging in practices that nourish our mind, body, and spirit, we can foster a positive environment for breakthroughs to occur.

The conversation concludes with a reminder that healing is a continuous and evolving process. Goddess Well encourages listeners to embrace the journey and recognize that breakthroughs can happen at any stage, not just in moments of crisis or breakdown.

Overall, this podcast episode by Goddess Well offers an alternative approach to healing by shifting the focus from breakdown to breakthrough. It invites listeners to reframe their perspective and actively engage in their healing journey with self-awareness, self-compassion, and a willingness to embrace transformational experiences.

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