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Thursday, December 10, 2020
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2020/12/10 - The Courage to Awaken Your Spirit

[NEW EPISODE] The Courage to Awaken Your Spirit

This week on Voices of Courage, Ken D. Foster is joined by Dr. Sue Morter an international speaker, Master of Bio-Energetic Medicine, Quantum Field visionary, and national best-selling author, to discuss awakening our spirit, healing our body, and living our best life.

Show Notes

Segment 1

Ken begins the show by talking about the importance of being inspired, especially when things in our lives can be grim. He mentions practicing the presence of peace and how that helps us connect with the superconscious mind. When we tune in and focus on our lives, we can start to change everything for the better. Ken welcomes his first guest Dr. Sue Morter, author of the book The Energy Code. Ken asks Dr. Sue to blend science and spirituality into her practice. Sue mentions how her father introduced her to alternative medicine and how she grew up in an environment where it was encouraged. She says how someone can optimize their body’s systems to improve our immunity to diseases. 

Segment 2

Ken asks Sue about how she learned to tap into high energy fields. Sue learned this process by meditating and talking with meditation experts. This experience helped her overcome her headaches and other ailments she had. When we learn to slow down our mind, she says we can also expand it and see things in a way we usually wouldn’t.

Segment 3

Ken asks Sue about the benefits of learning to meditate. Sue explains how meditation will not instantly make your life better but instead give you the perspective to do the work needed to make the necessary changes in your life. She talks about some of the foods we can eat and breathing patterns we can do to help our minds. 

Segment 4

Ken asks Sue what we can do to help make us calmer, and she talks about the right type of breathing exercises to do. She has when we breathe into the lower section of our lungs, we can activate the part of our nervous system that calms us down. When we breathe like this, it’s easier to access our brains’ creative side, which does not work as frequently when we’re constantly stressed. Stress blocks our ability to tap into creativity, and meditation helps to relieve this stress. The symptoms of these blockages include back and neck pain.

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