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New Beliefs, New Brain

Lisa Wimberger

Join us on an inspired inquiry of how the brain, body and spirit related to each other in our everyday lives.



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Aug 16, 2017 Lisa Wimberger
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Traditional and complex trauma requires a multi-faceted approach for lasting healing. Dr. Arielle Schwartz discusses the importance of a somatic component to healing the mind and body.
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Jul 19, 2017 Lisa Wimberger
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Meet Mindful founder Amy Baglan shares the creative insight that sparked a massive new approach to dating that's sweeping the nation. She discusses how to stay balanced in mind, body and spirit amidst the heavy demands of being a CEO. If you ever wanted to know how to stay grounded and remain productive, there are some gems in here for you.
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Jun 21, 2017 Lisa Wimberger
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There is space in between each breath and action that is the convergence of the finite and infinite. There is magic to be extracted from this space. R.R. Shakti discusses some amazing insights and practices to make this sacred space a part of everyday life in pursuit of a richer human experience.
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May 17, 2017 Lisa Wimberger
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Epigentics refers to the way our experiences shape the DNA we pass on to our children. Mark Wolynn, author of "It Didn't Start With You" dives into his life-long exploration of how to heal the epigenetic trauma we carry. Join us for this conversation of potential, empowerment, and ultimately freedom.
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May 3, 2017 Lisa Wimberger
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In a world of plastic surgery, photoshop and high-tech visual enhancements it's difficult to be happy with our own imperfections. Body image is easily beaten down by external forces, yet it is created by our internal dialogue. How can we get to that internal dialogue to clean it up so that the competition in the world around us has no power to affect how we feel about ourselves?
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Apr 26, 2017 Lisa Wimberger
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I'm sure you've heard that all healing should be free if you are in the "healer" community. This presents quite the conundrum when one wants to continue to do this kind of service work in the world. What's the right answer?
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Apr 19, 2017 Lisa Wimberger
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Being present is a skill we can cultivate every day. It's actually an art. Elena Brower, author and international yoga teacher is a thought-leader in the field. She brings her authentic form of self-inquiry to the forefront of her work, inspiring students around the world to step into their power. Join us for this amazing conversation.
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Feb 8, 2017 Lisa Wimberger
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For some of us our "I can't" stories rule our lives, dictating our actions from a place of fear or inhibition. What are those stories doing to the body? How is it that they are so easily accessed in the mind? How can we move through our "I can't" stories together?
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Jan 16, 2017 Lisa Wimberger
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All of our moments of self-doubt, self-sabotage, and insecurity can make us feel like frauds or unworthy of life's gifts. But the shadows of these things are amazing teachers and can be used as fuel for deeper growth. 
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Jan 4, 2017 Lisa Wimberger
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When circumstances beyond our control threaten our sense of empowerment it's easy to become stressed and go into limbic functioning. The key to navigating things beyond our control with grace and ease is a function of our prefrontal cortex. So how do we move into that space in the midst of stress?
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Dec 28, 2016 Lisa Wimberger
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We all like to think we get a clean slate when the year changes at midnight. We make goals and hope to see things differently. But if we knew a bit more about the neural mechanisms behind goal setting and our sense or rewards, we might approach our resolutions with a bit more strategy, ensuring our success rather than setting ourselves up for disappointment..
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Dec 21, 2016 Lisa Wimberger
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It's a fine line between dissociation and the reprieve that practices like meditation offer. This is not to say meditation or any spiritual practice is designed to do that. But many of us can claim user error and perhaps admit that we escape life's pain but running to one of these noble practices, yet never use the practice to change anything beyond the cushion. So when exactly is meditation a spiritual bypass?
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Dec 14, 2016 Lisa Wimberger
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We all know that we are supposed to "give" to be good people. This is a high expectation. So many of us fall into giving and service so that we gain validation or a reputation. This kind of giving is exhausting. But what happens when we give from a place of fullness? How do we even know the difference?
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Dec 7, 2016 Lisa Wimberger
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We easily put credibility into our ability to report what we see. But seeing anything is a subjective experience. It's easier miss pieces of our experience simply because we have not given ourselves permission to see them. What happens when we give ourselves permission?
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Nov 30, 2016 Lisa Wimberger
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We've heard and read many catchy stories of the "love molecule" and how oxytocin promotes social bonding. But what we don't hear often is that extreme bonding also creates judgment, racism and ethnocentrism. 
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Nov 16, 2016 Lisa Wimberger
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We all have our own reasons for eating the way we do. For some it's ethical choices, moral choices, allergy choices, etc. But one thing I learned growing up on a Sicilian staple diet is that sugars contributed to my body's illness and my mind's negativity. Let's discuss which sugars are supportive and which contribute to cellular and mind stress.
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Nov 15, 2016 Lisa Wimberger
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Just a short welcome to invite you in to our inquiry and discover of the integration of mind and body.