Imagine growing up in the birthplace of the nuclear bomb, where facilities that housed The Manhattan Project were as commonplace as the local football team. Now imagine that your first career is as a nuclear power engineer in this city. Your frame of reference for the world, your health and the health of the planet has a particular...nuclear feel to it.
This was the world that Eileen Durfee lived and breathed. That is, until her physical health declined to such a point where she was riddled with allergies, candida, psoriasis and was feeling sick and fatigued constantly. On this week’s episode of Unconventional Life, we speak with Eileen, who shares her journey back to the healthiest she’s ever been and the technologies she’d developed to do it.
What used to be relevant, what used to occupy our days no longer seem as important as they were 5 months ago.
Where to go from here? It’s rejig time and who betters advice to have in your pocket than Jane Deuber. Jane, this weeks’ Unconventional Life guest, has been building and accelerating businesses for over 30 years. She has dedicated her career to offering advice and pragmatic guidance to others trying to do the same. According to her. there’s never been a better time for individuals to launch a business, offer their skills and expertise to the world and to be happy doing it.
We’ve all got skeletons in our closets, monsters under our beds. For so many people this particular boogeyman haunts our minds, worries, and wallets...Scarcity mentality. This week’s Unconventional Life guest, Jolie Dawn, isn’t afraid of people’s scarcity skeletons. In fact, she approaches them with a level of compassion that acknowledges the scarcity, allowing each person to move beyond the place of lack and into financial abundance.
Prosperity meditation at min 14:50
Have you ever caught yourself tapping your toe feverishly and wondered how long it’s had a life of its own? Have you ever woken up on a Saturday morning and thrown on your favourite playlist to set the tone for your day? In its own mysterious way, music weaves itself into our lives and influences our experience of the world. This week’s guest, Tim Ringgold, knows this well and has been using it to cultivate a sense of presence and connection with his music therapy clients.