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BefriendingYourDisease

Befriending Your Disease


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Summary: Embracing all parts of yourself, even diseases that you are working to recover from, has tremendous benefits.

The typical response to being diagnosed with a disease is to adopt the mindset of fighting against it no matter what and ultimately triumphing over it.

But, embracing all parts of yourself, even diseases that you are working to recover from, has tremendous benefits.

Peter Bedard has a unique understanding of how powerful it can be to befriend your disease.

Peter talks about how resistance of any kind causes stress and tension, which make it harder to recover and heal.

Whether you have been diagnosed with cancer or are working to recover from an addiction, your disease is part of you.

If you make peace with its place in your life, and make room for kindness, you can also make room for healing embracing all parts of yourself.


DifferenceBetweenYourMindYourBrain

Difference Between Your Mind & Your Brain


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Summary: You might think of the mind and the brain as the same thing, but they are distinctly different and play different roles in your life.

You might think of the mind and the brain as the same thing, but they are distinctly different and play different roles in your life.

This misunderstanding often becomes a barrier and makes it more difficult for you to change.

Guest Peter Bedard talks about the difference between the brain and the mind and how understanding them as separate entities is the first step towards changing your behaviors and habits.

He also explores what you can do to be more mindful in your life and how you can unlock the full potential of your mind.


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Gift of Pain: How Suffering Can Lead You to a Purpose


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Summary: Pain can be a valuable experience; even pain that you endure over long periods of time.

Any time you experience pain, you immediately work to rid yourself of it.

However, pain can be a valuable experience; even pain that you endure over long periods of time.

Pain can connect you to your strengths and call you to your higher purpose.

Peter Bedard shares his own experience of how he worked through tremendous physical pain and the ways the experience changed the entire course of his life.

He also discusses how you can come to embrace pain as a gift rather than a burden.


TestYourLimitsExpandYourConsciousness

Test Your Limits & Expand Your Consciousness


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Summary: You have probably been told, time and time again, that everyone has a pain threshold. Can you go beyond that level?

You have probably been told, time and time again, that everyone has a pain threshold; a level of physical, emotional, or psychological pain they absolutely cannot go beyond.

However, that may not be correct, and it may actually be holding you back from experiencing pain in order to grow or reach a higher purpose.

Peter Bedard has changed thousands of lives by helping his clients completely reshape how they understand their pain thresholds.

He discusses his methods and explains how safely testing your limits can help you learn more about what your subconscious mind is capable of and how this can hep you expand your consciousness.


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Creating Boundaries in Your Life: An Invaluable Skill


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Summary: It sounds scary, but one of the most valuable skills you have is to set boundaries in your life.

Boundaries are an essential part of your overall health and wellness, but most people face challenges setting and adhering to their own boundaries.

Setting boundaries involves making people aware of your physical, emotional, and psychological limits and following through with consequences when they aren’t respected.

It sounds scary, but whether you are in recovery or looking to improve your overall quality of life, knowing how to set boundaries is one of the most valuable skills you possess.

Host, Erica Spiegelman, explains what boundaries are – and what they aren’t – and provides you with practical tips and tools for setting boundaries in your own life.