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61 My Story - Living From The Inside Out featuring William Sinclair

My Story - LIVING FROM THE INSIDE OUT – By William Sinclair How do you sum up fifty-seven years of life in one article? I guess you don’t. We all have a story and this is mine. I hope it will inspire you to also move into living your life to its fullest potential, humanly and spiritually, because really they are both one. Like the constant movement of salt water that erodes entire rock faces by the ocean or the desert wind that shapes sand dunes and can fire sand particles into your...


60 Rediscover Catholicism my view

Reading a couple of books. One is “Rediscover Catholicism” by Matthew Kelly and “The Power of Intention” by Dr. Wayne Dyer. Can’t talk enough about either of these books. Both Matthew Kelly and Wayne Dyre have a touch on where it’s truly at. Listen to today’s podcast and discover for yourself…


59 Be Open - Same Healing Same Source Different Language

I had the opportunity to take a Reiki Level 1 healing course. Wow. The things I’ve experienced since that. As a Christian, I used to criticize my brother for being a Reiki Master. Truth is, I didn’t understand it.


How To Succeed

Many times we program ourselves to fail. We don’t even realize we are doing it. Today’s podcast shows you how to transform your mind to transform your outcome.


57 Lose Weight Using Simple Food Swaps – Interview with Health Coach Cheryl

My wife lost seventy pounds in six months on Health Coach Cheryl’s “Simple Swaps to Slim Down” program. She didn’t have to count calories. She didn’t have to go to the gym and she didn’t have to eat less than she wanted to. Health Coach Cheryl has lived her own program for over twenty years, through necessity at first. Now she is an evangelist for eating foods that can transform your life. Listen to today’s podcast as Health Coach Cheryl shares tips on how to transform your eating to...


56 Are You Your Own Worst Enemy

Even though I didn’t realize it, my number one mission in life was to make sure I failed at whatever I did. On the surface, it didn’t look like that. I was a positive go-getter who was always moving forward. Yet, the stories I kept telling myself, stories I’d learned from my childhood, kept telling me that I wasn’t really good enough or worthy enough to really ‘succeed’ in life. We tell ourselves these stories all the time. However, I have since discovered that we change those stories...


55 Living From The Inside Out

I say it a lot because I really mean it. It wasn’t until I started the journey into the depths of me that many of the things I’d been told, especially by motivational speakers, actually took root and began to bear fruit and develop meaning in my life. Until I began living from the inside out, what I saw, heard and read went in bright and shiny but came out muddy and confusing. Although everything that goes in has some form of impact, it didn’t produce a garden because I was planting the...


54 We Need To Experience That Deep and Intimate Trust

Being vulnerable is not a sign of weakness but of inner strength that can lead to intimacy. On my journey of inner transformation I have discovered the need to ‘open up’ and be vulnerable to another person. In turn, the other person needs to create an environment of safety in order to allow that openness to happen. This is when healing can happen in the deepest way. This is the case with Edrina and me. She can open up to me and become vulnerable because I create the trust and safety she...


53 How A Cat Showed Me God

(Photo Credit: My 8 year old granddaughter!!) I didn’t love myself for the first fifty-seven years of my life. I thought I did. But I didn’t. Oh yeah, I’m fifty-seven and a half years old as I write this. Because I didn’t love myself, I also couldn’t feel the love that others had for me. I could love them but I couldn’t ‘feel’ their love for me. I projected this onto God. God was “enough” for me but when my spiritual director, Barb Wright, asked if I felt that I was ‘enough’ for God, I...


52 How I Release Stress and Anxiety by Living the I AM Experience

One day, Moses asked God what God’s name was. God said, “I Am”. God never said “I Was” or “I Will be”. When I lived in the past, which doesn’t actually exist, I lived a life of stress because I kept reliving in the story of abuse. It kept me pinned down. It manifested itself through me as lack of confidence, fear, anger, guilt, loneliness, isolation, self-sabotaging. Even though, on the surface, I was a go-getter, a doer, a people helper, a fun person, living in my abused childhood past...


51 Inner Peace Is Calm Amid The Storm

The biggest storms in life are not always those that rage around us but those that are going on inside of us. The sad thing is that we don’t realize they’re there. We just see the surface eruptions like sadness, anger, unsettled, unconfident. These eruptions may even be cleverly disguised as being a fun person, being driven to good things for others, humility, feeling driven to succeed and a host of other seemingly positive attributes. All good things but the motivation behind them may be...


50 This Connection Transformed Me - How Well Are You Connected?

I was so busy ensuring I was connected with my technologies, my apps, my phones, my computers and the overflow of my busy life that I couldn’t see the “connectedness” that would truly transform me from the inside out. I lived on the ‘outside’ of my life and kept it shallow, at least for me. The result was that I lived on a platform of fear, anger and anxiety, constantly putting myself down, and living out the programming I internalized from an abused childhood. I needed to undress from...


49 Being Stuck Where You Don’t Belong and Getting Unstuck

Growth is painful. Change is painful. But almost nothing is as painful as being stuck where you don’t belong. When you’re not living your true amazing self, then you may be in a career you didn’t want, dealing with a relationship that’s not going how you intended, and generally living a life that’s being limited by, well…. You. Today I talk about this and how it affected my life and how I went through the process of getting unstuck. I also talk about how you can help support this...


48 Dealing With Anger

Here’s something to help you rise above your anger. Anger is often an expression of fear but it’s definitely your body trying to tell you something about yourself. I remember being so angry, in fact I would be in a rage, that I would punch holes in walls, break furniture and make my family scared. I played mind games with my wife without even realizing it. Today, I want to show you how to rise above your anger, like I did, by using a simple technique I learned and kept applying to my...


47 Healing Your Self Image and Learning To Love Yourself

IMAGE: Will and Edrina Sinclair - "Before and After" Healing your self image and learning to love yourself seems to be very difficult for many to do. In this week’s podcast Edrina Sinclair talks about her self-image and how she translated her self-image to her weight until she realized that her body was just her shell, not her true inner self. Edrina shares what brought her to that point of personal transformation and how she is learning how to love herself. Join us in today’s intimate...


46 Discover A Noiseless Life

Many of us have made our lives so ‘busy’ because we have fallen into the trap of believing that being busy is a good thing. “The devil finds work for idle hands,” is an expression my mom used to say. Yet, most of the great religions in the world, including Christianity, discovered that our bodies, our minds, our souls are craving for quiet, for periods of great silence. A large sign hangs in our retreat center with a quote from Mother Teresa, “Souls of great prayer are souls of great...


45 How Meditation and Calming My Mind Cured Me from being a People Pleaser

As a child, I learned to become a people pleaser. Even though I wasn’t aware of it, what I really craved was love and acceptance. Through the dysfunctions of life I adopted the paradigm that love was conditional. You had to earn it. So, I pleased as many people as would allow me. As an adult it transferred to also doing the “right thing”. Even failing became the right thing, because to some it meant you were at least out there trying, and I pleased them too. With God, I was afraid to do the...


44 You're Never Too Old To Make A Difference (or too young)

You're never too old Daisy Low! Who is Daisy Low? Discover who Daisy Low is and how her life in the early 1900’s may have affected your life today. This woman, while her life was falling apart, ended up helping transform the lives of hundreds of thousands of girls throughout North America and possibly around the globe. Her life will inspire you. Today’s message? YOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD or too young. Check out our home page:


43 What I Found On The Shelf and The Human Touch

We need to be the face of love for others - The Power of the Volunteer In podcast 42 I talked about writing a book and said that I sucked at the marketing. Well, Dr. Wayne Dyer said that ‘When the student is ready, the teachers will appear” and I was amazed at what I discovered on a shelf that very night. Plus I talk about the power of the awesome volunteer greeter. Join me in today’s podcast. Get more podcast episodes and resources at


42 A Laptop A Book A Cat A Changing Church And What I'm Up To Lately

Join me in this week’s podcast as I update you on what I’m up to lately. The Scrivener Link: Tami Dovell’s Link: