In episode #2 the renowned mental and spiritual performance guide, John Denney and I discuss how to find your deep visions and staying on target in 2020. It might be figuring out your vision for dinner, your short term 2020 goals, or even your entire purpose and vision in life. Instead of a superficial conversation about mind and body hacks, John cuts to the deepest part of how to figure this out with concise and specific steps. Identifying what you love and writing down your visions are just some of the very important points John and I discuss. As we get deeper into the background of the harmony exercise and his experiences prior to creating his guided meditation website www.theharmonyexercise.com, John makes the powerful analogy of how our body heals a cut just to how our body heals from specific emotions. John proposes calling these, inflammatory emotions. Just as the inflammatory process is a necessary step in the healing process of our body, so are these inflammatory emotions that we experience. John and I then discuss how to reprogram and re-establish our heart driven focus in life and filling ourselves with emotions and actions that can get us there. Forgiveness and other acts can be the pathway forward to heal through our emotional struggles when dealing with physical challenges.
Special shout out to CJ Beatty "The Baseball & Softball Motivator" @cjbeatty44 on IG and on the web at www.cjbeatty.eventbrite.com. CJ and I worked together at the St. Louis Cardinals and I mention him early on in this episode when I made an important phone call to CJ in order to help figure out my new visions. CJ's advice will ring with me forever after he stated "Dave you are not just a Physical Therapist, you are a Speaker! You need to put pen to paper and start figuring out exactly what it is that you want!" Thank you CJ and please support all of us by visiting us online and on social media! John Denney can be found at www.theharmonyexercise.com and on instagram @theharmonyexercise. Please find me on instagram @davemmeyer and hit me up with some feedback on the podcasts!