– The 5-Bullet Point Episode (EP’s 11– 15) –
Five episodes have come and gone once again, bringing us to a new Five Bullet Points Episode. It’s been a wide range of exciting topics and subjects that we covered in Episodes 11-15.
All from astonishing people who shared their knowledge, wisdom, and inspiration that can impact, change, and bring a greater understanding of us and the world.
If you have never listened to The Inner Picture Stories Podcast, and you are wondering what this podcast is about, it is, to put it simply, a podcast about Life.
As you will soon come to realize while listening to this Five Bullet Points Episode covering Episodes 11-15, each episode challenges us to expand our thinking and learn more about ourselves and this world.
Providing you with those snippets of life education to help you live a contented, healthy, and more meaningful life.
The 5-Bullet Point Episode (EP’s 6 – 10)
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Richard Ayling: In this episode, life coach and certified Wim Hof Instructor Richard Ayling explains in-depth what precisely the Wim Hof Method is and how it works.
This much talked about Wim Hof Method is a scientifically proven method. “The benefits of practicing it are almost immediate, and yes, joking aside, over time, it can make you seem superhuman to others. Best of all, it doesn’t require you to buy anything at all.”
The method established by Wim Hof, also known as the Iceman, has broken a whopping 26 world records to prove to the world the incredible effects this method has on our body and mind.
This fascinating interview with Richard Ayling introduces you to a method that could resolve most of your medication needs and change your life in the most astounding way – a way that has once again been proven by science to work.
For those looking to improve their health and ways to heal themselves, this is your episode.
Mark Henick: Suicide awareness deserves more attention. In this episode of the Inner Picture Stories Podcast, we invited Mark Henick, a mental health advocate who shares not only his professional advice, but also his personal experience of how to cope with suicidal thoughts.
Current research has shown that many of those who die from suicide were, in fact, experiencing a mental illness, with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, post-traumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, or dual disorder being the most common.
Mental illness gives a person a very different lens through which they see life, potentially leading them into the dark depths of suicidal thoughts – thoughts they wouldn’t have if they did not have a mental illness.
While suicide is a complicated subject, there is mostly a wish behind the intention. Most people with suicidal thoughts don’t really want to die, but instead are looking to end the suffering they are experiencing.
It’s a confusing feeling, both for the person going through it and for others, to understand.
It’s essential, therefore, that we become more open with each other about our inner battles and begin to illuminate this issue to remove the stigma around something we can all potentially suffer. This would not only connect us all closer together, but it will undoubtedly also bring a dramatic decline in suicide rates.
Therefore, this interview with Mark Henick is of great importance. For anyone listening who wants to learn more about suicide and understand the feeling, or for those who are currently battling with these thoughts, I hope this episode with Mark Henick will be of help to you.
Kristina Paltén: Most of the media we consume show only one reality, just one part of the whole that this world is made of. The negative part: the darkness, the drama. But it very rarely shows the other side of the coin. The positive part: the beauty, the love, the kindness. And that is just as much a reality too.
Kristina Paltén, ultra-runner, two-time world-record holder, adventurer, and all-around beautiful soul, ventured into Iran in 2015 and ran 1144 miles, alone, as a woman.
Why did she do that?
To face her own prejudices and fears of a country and people unknown to her but cast in a dark shadow precisely because of the media.
What happened? Indeed, it was quite the opposite of what everyone thought would happen…
How Your Thoughts Create Your Life: Being aware of how much your thoughts determine your quality of life is of fundamental importance—more so than many may realize. Your thoughts create your life.
This episode delves more precisely into how negative thoughts create much of all our sufferings and shows you how, by applying positive psychology, we can shift toward positive and empowering thoughts to move us forward.
Here is a small clip from the episode to give you an idea.
True Hero Stories – The IPS Positive News Stories: This is a brand-new type of episode on The Inner Picture Stories Podcast. Each episode of The IPS Positive News Stories will cover positive news happening around the world. In this first episode, six true hero stories will be shared to show you just how many incredible people there are in this world.
If you are tired of or annoyed by the mainstream news, tune in to these episodes instead and receive your dose of positive news.
Question about this episode: Which episode of The Inner Picture Stories Podcast Episodes 11-15 really sparked your interest and why?
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