TC361: Cafe Book Club – The Game Called Life – Part 4

TC361: Cafe Book Club – The Game Called Life – Part 4

In this week’s episode of the Transformation Cafe podcast, host Robin Masiewicz and co-host Amy Frost welcome back Kay Gilley, the author of “The Game Called Life” available from Amazon. In this episode they discuss chapter 7 and summarize the themes from the book. Click the link below to purchase The Game Called Life on Amazon. About Kay: Kay Gilley is a spiritual coach and mentor to executives, entrepreneurs, and professionals. In her writing, public speaking and individual work, she helps individuals break out of habitual near-life experiences to rediscover life, foster latent creativity and reclaim their whole potential. Kay has been described as “the world’s leading thinking on intention.” She says that means intention is...

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TC360: Cafe Book Club – The Game Called Life – Part 3

TC360: Cafe Book Club – The Game Called Life – Part 3

In this week’s episode of the Transformation Cafe podcast, host Robin Masiewicz and co-host Amy Frost welcome back Kay Gilley, the author of “The Game Called Life” available from Amazon. In this episode they discuss chapters 5 and 6. The Game Called Life: Book Club Notes Chapter 5 – Reconciliation (Chapters 5 & 6 are actions we need to take to win in the game called Life. Emphasis on connecting with Oneness, asking, listening.) To win at the game called Life requires us to be in the present—not in the future which cannot be known by anyone nor in the past where our karmic story dominated our lives.  Moving from our karmic story into our divine legacy story requires “reconciliation”—the bringing together of these two diametrically opposed...

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TC359: Cafe Book Club – The Game Called Life – Part 2

TC359: Cafe Book Club – The Game Called Life – Part 2

In this week’s episode of the Transformation Cafe podcast, host Robin Masiewicz and co-host Amy Frost welcome back Kay Gilley, the author of “The Game Called Life” available from Amazon. In this episode they discuss chapters 3 and 4. The Game Called Life: Book Club Notes Chapter 3: Redefining Success The material world would have us believe that we need to develop a plan for our lives, set goals, and succeed in material ways. In The Game Called Life the only goals that count are the intentions — the goals of our souls — established before we were conceived. When we are at one with the goals of our souls we are in integrity–the word means to be “at one” or to be “whole”. When we established these...

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TC358: Cafe Book Club – The Game Called Life – Chapter 1 – 2

TC358: Cafe Book Club – The Game Called Life – Chapter 1 – 2

In this week’s episode of the Transformation Cafe podcast, host Robin Masiewicz and co-host Amy Frost welcome back Kay Gilley to kick off another book in the Cafe Book Club! Kay is the author of “The Game Called Life” available from Amazon. In this episode they discuss chapters 1 and 2. In The Game Called Life, a visit from jovial and sometimes irreverent spirit guide Helen propels mid-life Lizzie Magill from despair and emptiness onto her path where she discovers joy, meaning, and purpose as she learns the secret to winning in life. In chapters 1 and 2 Lizzie is introduced to Helen, who has come in answer to Lizzie’s prayers. Lizzie isn’t sure if she’s going crazy, or is she really hearing the voice of an angel. Why her? Why...

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TC357: The Eight Active Ingredients of Tai Chi – Harvard Medical School

TC357: The Eight Active Ingredients of Tai Chi – Harvard Medical School

The week we are pleased to welcome Elaine Brovont, a certified trainer of “The Eight Active Ingredients of Tai Chi” based on the Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi by Peter M. Wayne, PhD and Mark L. Fuerst. Elaine is the first person certified to train this program on the West Coast. She describes this work as “Translating the Eastern concept of Tai Chi into Western language and bridging that gap.” Elaine describes how she originally got into Tai Chi, and then how she became connected with the Harvard research program of Dr. Peter Wayne. Can you apply it to your daily life? “You can change the energy in a room by changing your posture, and your demeanor, and passing positive energy into a negative environment.” The Eight...

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TC356: The Creative Process and the Poet’s Muse

TC356: The Creative Process and the Poet’s Muse

On this week’s podcast, host Robin Masiewicz and co-host Amy Frost welcome back poet Michael Mejia. They are joined by Marsha and Vanessa, the owners of Sundappled Boutique in Claremont, California. Mike shares three more of his poems. The first is one called “The Remembrance”. Mike says that this poem comes “from the eternal aspect, from a place that isn’t broken, and a place where the more we clear what’s fragmented and bring it back into alignment with the source of everything, then I get to create more evenly from that place.” Mike reads a touching poem about the gift his parents gave to him: the wisdom to look inside one’s self for answers. Michael’s upcoming events: July 30, 2017 6:00 – 9:00 PM– Poetry...

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TC355: The Power of Poetry

TC355: The Power of Poetry

In this week’s episode of the Transformation Cafe, host Robin Masiewicz and co-host Amy Frost welcome poet Michael Mejia. Mike shares several of his poems, and he and Robin discuss the poetry of Ahmed Badr, Rumi, and others. Read Mike’s poem Untitled – A Journey Beyond Labels“. Poetry is ordinary language raised to the Nth power. Poetry is boned with ideas, nerved and blooded with emotions, all held together by the delicate, tough skin of words. – Paul Engle Mytho-Poetic States? In this video Jason Silva  muses on the Power of Poetry from his “Shots of Awe” series. Poetry is a deal of joy and pain and wonder, with a dash of the dictionary. – Kahlil Gibran Michael’s upcoming events: July 30, 2017 6:00 – 9:00...

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