It’s a new year which means many people are reevaluating their goals and establishing new ones. With that comes an opportunity to think about your financial future. What does financial freedom mean? How can you build wealth to support your lifestyle even when you’re not actively bringing in income? How can you invest in yourself by preparing financially for your future?
While money can be a touchy subject, it affects various aspects of your life. Just think about how many choices you make that are dependent on your financial situation. In part three of this series on the psychology of money, we’ll discuss all of the above questions, plus we’ll share some good money habits you can use to get on the road to financial freedom.
In the final part of this two-part series, we’ll continue our discussion on the role that money plays in our lives and how it can be used as a tool to create more opportunities and experiences, and achieve desires. We’ll also talk about the importance of having a mission or meaning behind the pursuit of money.
It goes without saying that money plays a significant role in our lives. The relationship we have with money tends to be influenced by experiences that we’ve had with money early on in life, including bearing witness to how our parents and other adults in our lives navigated their relationship with money.
In part one of this two-part series, Will and Keith have a detailed discussion about their experiences with money throughout their childhood and teenage years, and how it has affected their relationship with money in adulthood.
In this episode, we explore the connection between presence and gratitude, and how to develop gratitude during challenging experiences. We will also examine how ingratitude affects our mental, emotional, and even physical well-being. Plus, we’ll discuss different practices that can help with maintaining gratitude throughout the day.
In part two of this series, we’ll continue our conversation with Dr. Noshene Ranjbar about the trauma and hope surrounding the fight for freedom in Iran. We’ll discuss the Farsi-speaking Empowerment and Trauma Relief Program that Dr. Ranjbar and her colleagues at The Center for Mind-Body Medicine helped to create. We’ll also talk about the challenges that Iranians experience in forming community and support groups due to government interference.
The tragic death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman who died in Iran’s capital of Tehran while in police custody on September 16, 2022, has sparked outrage and protests in Iran and all over the world. In this 2-part series, we sit down with Dr. Noshene Ranjbar, trauma expert and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Arizona, to discuss both the trauma and hope surrounding the fight for freedom in Iran.
In part two of this series, we’ll continue our conversation on psychedelic therapy integration as we discuss the ins and outs of this process. Listen in as we talk about issues such as fragmentation, that can sometimes occur after a dosing session. We’ll also discuss the rare instances in which integration may not be possible.
Integration is a key component of the psychedelic therapy healing process. Integration sessions can often help a client unpack material that arose during the psychedelic session that wasn’t completely digested and sequenced in the client’s body. In this episode, we’ll discuss advanced integration topics of psychedelic therapy, as well some stories of what can happen without proper integration.