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From Panic to Peacemaking

In the sixth and final installment of Lin Morel’s interviews with Ron and Robert, Ron asks, “Perspectives on divorce — moving from panic to peacemaking. Is it possible?”

It is possible, and Lin tells us how in this wonderful podcast.

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Overcoming Overwhelms

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Overwhelm happens when we start worrying about the future, or obsessing over the past. Overwhelm happens when we disregard our inner feedback and ignore our intuition. What is it that’s overwhelming?  It’s usually our thoughts, it’s usually the unmet expectations. When we’re in overwhelm, we tend to constrict ourselves. Our breathing becomes shallow, we lose connection with the earth. Something as simple as walking barefoot through the grass can reestablish who you are as a person. — Dr. Lin Morel

Last week Dr. Morel talked about using our breath as a tool to find inner strength.  In the fifth installment of Ron and Robert’s interview with Dr. Lin Morel, she talks about overcoming overwhelms, learning to forgive ourselves so we can forgive others, how communication begins with self-communication, and much more.

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Breathing into Consciousness

In last week’s episode, Lin talked about how you can find help if you’re the victim of domestic violence. She also talked about the many, many levels of consciousness.  Physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, the subconsious, the unconscious. When we are a part of an unhealthy relationship, we must learn how to untangle where we’re looking at our relationship through an eyeglass that no longer serves us.

This week Lin talks about using our breath as a tool to find inner strength, and how to use meditation to make positive changes in our lives.  Click the play button below to listen to the fourth installment of Dr. Lin Morel on Ron and Robert on Divorce.

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And we all may bloom

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This is A Serious Girl here, blogging on behalf of Ron & Robert.  I’ve been listening to the podcasts with Dr. Lin Morel and I’ve got to say, she really is amazing. She holds a Masters in Applied Psychology, she’s a Certified Holistic Health Care Practitioner, a Doctor of Spiritual Science, author of Get clear, Get Connected, Get a Job: How to Make Your Job Search Easy, and a fifth degree black belt.  She was also a victim of domestic violence.  She married her childhood love, not knowing that he was mentally ill. As the years passed and his disease progressed, he became increasingly controlling, verbally abusive, and violent.  Then one day in a fit of rage, he strangled her in front of their daughter. In her first interview with Ron and Robert on Divorce, Lin talks about her experience as a victim of domestic violence.

In the second interview, Lin talks about why she stayed with an abusive husband for as long as she did, and how she found the courage to leave. She talks about what she’d do differently if she had it to do again.  She talks about grieving the loss of the man she fell in love with, and how she used art and journaling to express her pain and begin the healing process.

Lin experienced one of the most terrifying marital crises imaginable and yet she found the strength to take control of her life and save herself and her daughter.  She is a cornucopia of insight and wisdom.  In her third interview with Ron and Robert, Lin talks about the need for spiritual divorce, how to find help if you’re the victim of domestic violence, and how you can find your inner power and save yourself from a destructive relationship.

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When we take control of life

“My dear, you really must do something so that your daughter learns how to stand up for herself.”

This is part two of a six-part interview with Lin Morel, a woman who recognized she was the victim of domestic violence, took control of her situation, and saved herself and her child.  Today she holds a Master’s of Applied Psychology, a Doctor of Spiritual Science, she’s president of AWBW.org and she’s the author of Get Clear, Get Connected, Get a Job.

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When we follow our inner wisdom

Lin Morel was seventeen when she met the man who would become her husband. He was her childhood sweetheart, and they married when she was just twenty.   But their marriage did not have the happy ending we hope for.  What started as a fourteen year romance became a nightmare when Lin’s husband flew into a rage and strangled her in front of her daughter.  The marriage ended, but the emotional violence did not, and their child became a pawn in an abusive relationship.

Today Lin holds a Masters of Applied Psychology, she is a Holistic Healthcare Practitioner, a Doctor of Spiritual science and author of Get Clear, Get Connected, Get a Job.  She is also a fifth degree black belt and president of AWBW.org,  a non-profit that works to help end the cycle of domestic violence.  Dr. Morel is living proof that when we follow our inner wisdom, life unfolds in an incredible way.

Click the play button to hear Dr. Lin Morel give a great interview for Ron and Robert on Divorce.

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