Host: Julie Stiles
The current focus on curing or managing disease through new drugs or gene research ignores the question: what is true health? Healing occurs when the whole being is involved, not just the body. True health is a whole being affair.
Being well is about all the things you weren’t taught. It depends on activating a state of mind, harnessing your power, and cultivating a set of skills to:
Be aware of what’s going on
Be change, at big and small levels
Be the capacity to create what you want
Be harmonious relationship with yourself, your body, the environment, and others
With Being Well, you will be enlightened and inspired to take back control of your health and wellness. With the help of expert guests, you will have the information to make new lifestyle choices and the motivation to own your power to improve your well-being. Come discover the adventure of creating your life as you’d like to live it one day and one moment at a time.
A regular practice of writing down your thoughts, experiences, observations, and insights can provide many benefits. Today’s guest, Scott Hay of Journal.Life, suggests that journaling can have both physical and numerous mental health benefits, from stress relief to clarity and focus about your direction. Many methods for journaling exist, from blank notebooks to more structured […]
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Being Well with Julie Stiles
Julie Stiles is a Health and Transformation Coach, ThetaHealing® Practitioner, Access Consciousness Bars/Body Process Practitioner, writer, and speaker committed to empowering people to fully live their healing journey and radically alter their relationship to healing and wholeness through taking back their power over their well-being. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and has an MA in Consciousness Studies from John F. Kennedy University.
Julie’s work focuses on lifestyle changes, including nutrition and fitness, that promote better health, as well as on the deeper process of transformation that is often required when people step on the path of improving their overall well-being. She has supported people to eat healthier, lose weight, honor and accept their body, increase balance in their lives, create reasonable goals and reach them, move through their blocks to making change, and resolve internal conflicts. Creator and host of the podcast Autoimmune Adventures, Julie has also appeared on Voice America and radio shows nationwide, inspiring people to live their challenges as an adventure and create the change they’d like to see in their lives.
Julie offers private and group coaching, workshops, and webinars, and works with people in person and worldwide via phone and the Internet. You can find her online at http://www.juliestiles.com and http://aiadventures.com.
- Being Well – The Why and How of Journaling May 30, 2016
- Being Well – Beyond Exercise May 23, 2016
- Being Well – Are You Immune To Change? April 25, 2016
- Being Well – Messages From Inner Space: Honoring Your Nighttime Dreams April 11, 2016
- Being Well – Financial Well-Being: Getting Real With Money February 29, 2016
- Being Well – Are You Outsourcing Your Well-Being? February 15, 2016
- Being Well – Toxic Chemicals In Everyday Products: What Can You Do? January 25, 2016
- Being Well – Are You Following a Diet or a Lifestyle? January 18, 2016
- Being Well – Honoring Yourself Through Meditation December 28, 2015
- Being Well – Are You Acting On Your Deepest Values? Being An Everyday Leader December 14, 2015
- Being Well – Responding Well to Stress November 23, 2015
- Being Well – Being Joyfully Productive with your Time November 9, 2015
- Being Well – Are You Being Yourself? October 26, 2015
- Being Well – Reclaiming the Essential Liveliness of the Body October 12, 2015
- Being Well – Are You Eating From Habit? Bringing Choice to Food September 28, 2015
- Being Well – Reimagining Our Relationship with Food September 14, 2015
- Being Well – Stepping Into Your Future August 31, 2015
- Being Well – Creating Unshakeable Self-Worth August 17, 2015