Charlie Hartwell & Maureen Pelton on Investing in Consciousness

Charlie Hartwell & Maureen Pelton on Investing in Consciousness

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How has the science of consciousness led to a scalable Mind/Training Industry? Is the collective ready to go deeper using the innovations that emerge from this space? How do we honor the divinity within and still bring these concepts to the consumer without losing the heart and soul of the teachings and techniques? In this episode, Maureen Pelton and Charlie Hartwell give us a great overview of the Mind/Training space, how it has changed as technology developed, and where they see it going. We also explore the potential and power of psychedelics for curative, transformative healing. And how to bring the Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine into balance in ourselves and the collective.

About the Guests

Man and womanCharlie Hartwell is the Managing Partner of Bridge Builders Collaborative, a group of highly successful investors who have been investing in start-up companies in the space of mental health, consciousness, and spirituality. Some of their investments include Pear Therapeutics, Insight Timer, Headspace, and Happify Health.

A Harvard Business School graduate, Charlie has served and led organizations in 14 different industries, including starting a nonprofit in the slums of Kenya in 1986 that has now served health care to several million patients.

Maureen Pelton, MSSW, is a social scientist and spiritual teacher with 36 years of professional experience as a Holistic Psychotherapist, Executive Coach, Organizational Consultant, Adjunct Faculty, and Group Facilitator.

Maureen is a teacher on Insight Timer, and is a Certified Advanced Practitioner of Quantum Neuro Reset Therapy, QNRT™ and is a partner of Bridge Builders Collaborative

Links

Bridge Builders Collaborative https://www.bbcollaborative.com

Their website https://www.shiftit.com

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Brian Sachetta on Anxiety and Agency

Brian Sachetta on Anxiety and Agency

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What role does the media play in fear? How does being accessible all of the time feed our anxious mind? Is the analogy of the mind as a computer useful for dealing with anxiety? In this episode, Brian Sachetta and Angela Levesque explore practical approaches to dealing with these uncertain times. We talk about the importance of anchoring our attention, using specific tools such as meditation, education and re-framing. We also talk about why agency and the power of choice is essential

About the Guest

Man with dark hairBrian Sachetta is an author, blogger, and software developer from Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from Boston College in 2012 with a degree in management and computer science.

After college, Brian put his computer science background to use as both a consultant and a writer. His first book, “Get Out of Your Head,” draws parallels between computer systems and the human mind, and gives readers practical strategies for overcoming anxiety.

Much of Brian’s writing is focused on health, wellness, and personal development. He is passionate about using his skills to positively influence the lives of others.

Links

Getoutofyourhead.com

www.chaosandlight.com

Cycles of Life Guided Meditation

Cycles of Life Guided Meditation

 
This guided meditation is part of a weekly Living Light Meditation gathering in the Chaos & Light Community. This meditation takes you through the seasons of life and the cycle of creative energy. We explore each cycle through the lens of nature and the elements of air, fire, water and earth. The Chaos & Light Community is an online space for spiritual seekers to collaborate, share, inspire and learn with a community of like-minded people that nurture and foster evolving states of consciousness, and promote personal evolution and well-being.
 
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Timeline Collapse? with Lisa Martin Naimi

Timeline Collapse? with Lisa Martin Naimi

What Are Timelines?

Have you ever had the experience of objects showing up in unexpected places? Have you ever considered that that was a sign of a timeline irregularity? Timelines are a collection of events that are perceived to occur in a linear sequence. The collection of events represent the thoughts, feelings, words, and actions of any individual or group of people. Timelines also present themselves as options or possibilities that stretch into the horizon of a human’s consciousness. It is a mystical experience that can happen to anyone as part of expanding your consciousness.

Timelines as Stories


“From the observer position, timelines can represent stories, emotional reactions, judgment and associated feelings, and the positive and negative consequences of choices. The view from within the timeline appears like a tornado spinning around the individual. That tornado is composed of stories wanting to hook human emotional energy so they can be fed, continue to exist, and even grow larger. Stories can include individual or collective events and occur in the past, present, or future. When we successfully unhook our emotional body from all of the stories, we can use that energy to restore and recharge our own energy body.”  ~ Lisa Martin Naimi

In this Episode:

Listen as Lisa Martin Naimi shares her experience of living in no-time, what that actually looks like and what timelines really represent. We also explore divine neutrality and how to step outside of the stories that hook us and leak our personal power.

Resources:


OM AH HUM Meditation Teaching 
OM AH MUM Mantra Meditation  

Is Our Online Life Controlling Us?

Is Our Online Life Controlling Us?

I think we’ve reached a point where the use of technology and social media does far more harm than good. How many hours a week do you spend on your phone? Does the time nourish you? How much does it influence you and are you willing to be controlled for the luxury of distraction? Join us for this week’s episode when we look at our relationship with technology and social media.

This podcast just looks at the many drawbacks of our social media and online use. It covers the physical, social, and mental tradeoffs we make to stay connected. I also share my own struggles with finding balance and why I ultimately decided to delete my Facebook account.