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#28: Dr. Barry Morguelan – Unlock Unlimited Energy And Healing In Your Own Biology From a 5,000-year-old Chinese Source Energy Discipline

Who do the world’s highest performers get help from? Well, I had the pleasure of meeting one of them 🙂 Dr. Barry Morguelan who has helped people like Tony Robbins, Jay Abraham, and Dave Asprey. Dr. B is a world-class medical doctor and the only western Grand Master of a 5,000-year-old Chinese Source Energy discipline. He uses this mix of western medicine and the Chinese Source Energy discipline to empower individuals to quickly and easily transform their own lives, helping them to achieve breakthrough results with their most meaningful goals, no matter what their age, education, or condition. 

In this episode, Dr. Barry shares his approach to helping people get access to an energy source that profoundly supports success towards personally defined goals. In addition, he shares a few of the powerful Source Energy practices that you can do anytime you need to use them without the need for a practitioner, guru, or healer. Learn how you can use the power of Source Energy to fuel your own journey.

If you listen to the end you´ll find an exclusive free 8-day free course and a special discount for a longer program by Dr. Barry’s – more details in the show notes.

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“Be your own guru, be your own person who discovers what it is to take care of yourself and be your own shaman.”

– Dr. Barry Morguelan

 

 

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0139 – All about Chinese medicine and it’s branches

02:23 –  Dr. Barry Morguelans goal of helping people to keep them from feeling pain

03:03 –  His quest of learning alternative medicine that compliments Western Medicine from the world’s greatest people around the globe

07:34 – Foundations of alternative medicine in different countries and regions of the world

10:30 – Four different practices of Chinese Medicine

14:38 – Discipline of four categories, how to know a person through connecting to the multiple things in their fields

18:59 – All about vibration and frequency, the power of quantum physics, why you need all the different frequencies cranking

23:53 – Why Dr. Barry Morguelan loves Source Energy, why does he consider it as the source of world peace

24:19 – The 90 Minute Routine – How this help Dr. Barry Morguelan start his day

28:01 – The biggest challenges of his high-performance top-caliber clients, being not in their zone and flow

35:11 – How doing energy practice source energy helps you control the outcome of your life

35:54 – All about his health optimization programs: 8-Day QuickStart and the Extensive Program

(Note: This interview was recorded in a LIVE event during the Health Optimization Summit London.  Please forgive the audio quality.  We probably sounded better in real life.)

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED:

 

FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS FROM DR. BARRY MORGUELAN:

  1. There is a solution to your problems. 
  2. The practices are available to you, and they will work for you.
  3. You don’t have to be stuck.

 

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#15: Jeppe Skovgaard – Get out of your head and start feeling yourself again

Jeppe Skovgaard is a movement expert. He was part of bringing parkour to Denmark and later Akroyoga. He has been teaching movement around the world and has now started his own movement studio in Copenhagen. Jeppe shares his story of going deep into different movement forms and how to get out of your head so you can start to feel yourself again.

Show notes:

2.17: How Jeppe got into movement

4.00: Crawling with the founders of Parkour and getting the nickname “Hulk”

5.45: Fainting after training

5.50: Getting into yoga

7.30: Getting into Acroyoga and teaching around the world

9.45: Starting Rört and why the word movement is important

12.14: Why it is a problem that we are not touched as much today

13.45: How stress is taking us out of the body and into the mind and why that is a problem

15.10: What Jeppe think is the best form of movement  

18.40: Why Jeppe has started getting into dancing and what dance can do for you

20.03: Doing the movement that you actually do

21.30: Why it can be a challenge to have your personality tied up to one form of movement

23.45: Is it meaningless to be flexible?

27.04: How to get started with movement and how much you have to move

28.00: Mindfulness exercise

30.00: Getting into a shitstorm after being on national television

33.45: The power of a squat

35.30: Squatting when pooping

38.02: Jeppes routines

42.00: The importance of community  

 

Final recommendations from Jeppe:

Choose a practice. Commit to a practice.

 

Links to selected resources:

https://rort.dk/

 

Links to Jeppe:

https://www.instagram.com/skovgaardjeppe/?hl=da

http://www.jeppeskovgaard.com/

#14: Danni Liljekrans – Five steps to give better feedback

Danni Liljekrans is a feedback expert and coach. He started a consultancy called “Bedre Feedback” (Better Feedback) where he helps companies get better at giving feedback. Danni shares some of his strategies and tips for giving and receiving feedback.

Show notes:

1.30: How Danni got into feedback

3.10: Why feedback is important

6.50: How to give good feedback

8.08: What happens in the brain when we receive feedback

9.15: The Burger Model and whether to use it or not

11.10: The model Danni use for giving feedback

12.20: Why it can be so hard to receive feedback

12.42: How to receive feedback

13.50: Why you should not get feedback from everyone

14.54: The 3 different ways we reject feedback

17.30: The five steps when giving feedback

19.00: Giving feedback to emotional people

25.00: Receiving feedback in a good manner

25.50: The 3 buckets of feedback

27.10: Giving feedback in a difficult co-founder relationship

29.48: How to give a boss feedback

31.15: What to do when you ask for feedback and don´t receive it

33.00: How to give your spouse good feedback

36.50: Who Danni gets inspired by

37.50: How to get help with feedback

 

Final recommendations from Danni:

More than half of us believe we are better than average which is theoretically impossible. We have a tendency to overestimate our self. When doing personal development: Ask what is one thing I don´t know about myself. Ask people around yourself about feedback on that subject. Be curious about yourself.

 

Links to selected resources:

https://stoneandheen.com/

https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_listening_to_shame/transcript

 

Links to Danni:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/dannililjekrans/

https://bedrefeedback.nu/

 

#13: Bart Kloosterhuis – How to ask meaningful questions

Bart Kloosterhuis is a coach and entrepreneur. He started Vertellis which started as a card game with meaningful questions that has since expanded to other products which have now been used by more than one million people. Bart shares how to ask better questions, start new habits and live a minimalist life.

Shownotes:

0.45: What Vertellis mean

1.30: The story behind starting Vertellis

6.50: Questions to ask for a deeper connection

9.30: Who Bart gets inspired by

10.00: Taking time to reflect

10.30: Journaling

12.20: Questions to ask when journaling

13.10: Going into the woods in Sweden for a week without food

16.45: Finding the meditation that works for you

18.00: Some of Barts routines

18.30: Cold showers and how to get started with it

22.00: How to get new habits

22.30: Reading one page a day

24.10: How to get skeptical people to play Vertellis with you

25.00: Simple living

27.10: Why Bart does not have internet on his phone

28.30: Fasting  

30.00: Ketogenic diet

 

Final recommendations from Bart:

  • 80/20. Don´t be too hard on yourself. Relax. Ask yourself one questions a day, read one page a day and do one sit up a day.  

 

Links to selected resources:

 

Links to Bart:

  • https://www.instagram.com/vertellis/

#11: Dr. Imran Rashid – How to live in a highly digital polluted world and get the most out of technology

Imran Rashid is a medical doctor with a specialization in Family Medicine. He is also a IT entrepreneur. And bestselling author now out with the new book “Offline”. He is currently one of the most sought after speakers in Denmark when it comes to healthy use of technology. Imran shares how to stay away from digital pollution and get the most out of technology.

Show notes:

1.06: How Imran went from being a Medical Doctor to an IT entrepreneur

3.45: Being pro-technology and pro-human

6.05: What you do when your young daughter ask to get a smartphone

8.05: Is social media good or bad for you?

11.24: Understanding stress

14.00: How often do you think about your work after you leave work?

14.45: Why screen time is not the right thing to focus on

15.43: Digital pollution

18.03: How our brain is changing with the use of technology

21.02: Exercise you should try at home

27.03: How much screen time the founder of Snapchat allow his kids

28.30: Acknowledging that we have limited control over our brain

30.01: Digital self-defense

31.40: Imran’s background screen on his phone

32.30: How to change behavior

38.01: How Imran gives his kids veto to get his attention

38.30: How Imrans kid got introduced to using a smartphone and how he got smartphone restrictions on his daughter’s school

40.02: Friday apps

42.31: Imran’s rule for posting on social media

45.02: Do the ones you love know or do they feel they are loved

53.01: Why long hugs can make a difference

54.26: The WE hormone and ME hormone

 

Final recommendations from Imran:

Deep and meaningful relationship is key to happiness

 

Links to selected resources:

https://www.amazon.com/Offline-Smartphone-Social-Media-Stress/dp/0857087932

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Kahneman

https://humansbeforetech.com/

 

Links to Imran:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/imranrashid/

https://drimranrashid.com/en/

#9 Espen Hjalmby – Quantum Living: Setting goals aligned with your Soul’s expression to optimise the function of body, mind, and spirit

Espen Hjalmby is many things. A Doctor of Chiropractic. A health expert. A Ninja Warrior. An entrepreneur. And an internationally recognized personal development expert. He is a fantastic and positive inspiration despite encountering many difficulties throughout his life; such as losing his brother when he was 8 years old, his sister being born paralyzed and breaking both his legs in an accident and then contracting an infection at the hospital which nearly cost him his life. Espen shares how he has gone through difficulties and resurfaced stronger than ever. And how you can as well!

 

 

Shownotes:
2.21: Understanding movement
4.01: Espen’s story of near death and turning his life around
5.45: Interpreting life events
7.56: Almost dying in hospital
8.32: Being a victim or seeing the growth in situations
11.02: Becoming free in situations of challenge
13.10: Modern medicine and other forms of medicine
13.55: Quantum living
20.45: How to live with an open heart
21.46: How to let go of guilt and shame
23.37: Letting go of the past
25.54: The important influence of friends, role models, and coaches  
27.23: Finding a mentor that you resonate with
29.10: Empowering yourself
32.01: What epigenetics is and what it means for you
33.12: Placebo or the power of the body to heal itself
37.56: History of epigenetics  
43.19: The Wheel of Life

 

Links to people mentioned:

Preston Smiles: http://prestonsmiles.com/main.php

Tony Robbins: https://www.tonyrobbins.com/

Marianne Williamson: https://marianne.com/

Louise Hay: https://www.louisehay.com/

Bruce Lipton: https://www.brucelipton.com/

 

Links to selected resources:

https://www.drespen.com/programs/7-days-to-ninja-your-life/

 

Final recommendations from Espen:

Ask yourself: When you are at the end of your life, at your deathbed and you place both hands on your heart and you ask: Did I do everything I could, with everything I had? Then what do you then need to do right now to be able to answer yes?

 

Links to Espen:

https://www.drespen.com/about-dr-espen/

https://www.instagram.com/dr_espen/

https://www.facebook.com/drespenhjalmby/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb2-JHEU23noJo-ZB9GymTQ

https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-espen-hjalmby-356aab37/

#7: Michael Auchenberg & Johannes Hoseth – 3 simple tricks on how to break habits which are backed by science

Michael Auchenberg is a health entrepreneur and Human Physiologist and Johannes Hoseth is a Design Psychologist. Michael co-founded Tiba which helps people break habits and Johannes works with the behavioral design in Tiba to help individuals break habits. They share very concrete and easy implementable techniques on how to break and build habits.  

 

Shownotes:

  • 1.40: Why habits are important  
  • 3.30: What habits consist of
  • 6.00: How to work with habits
  • 6.48: Simple way to break a habit or craving
  • 7.35: Easy trick to eat less
  • 9.00: The importance to stop and notice feelings when habits occur
  • 10.54: The Marshmallow experiment
  • 11.03: Is willpower a limited resource or not
  • 14.30: One way to build habits
  • 15:00: Building one or many habits at the same time
  • 17.15: How long does it take to build a habit
  • 19.00: Implementation strategies for habits
  • 21.38: The power of reminders and ques for habits
  • 23.00: Trick to watch less Television
  • 27.10: The story behind Tiba. and how it works
  • 32.00: How you can get involved in a habit study with Tiba.
  • 34.05: Earlier study results from Tiba.

 

Links to selected resources:

 

Final recommendations from Michael og Johannes:

  • Be curiously aware, take time to notice and experiment

 

Links to Michael and Johannes:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mauchenberg/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/johanneshoseth/

http://tibalife.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Tibalife/

info@tibalife.com

#6: Martine Kveim – Great Lessons You Can Learn From Positive Psychology

Martine an entrepreneur, kitesurfer and expert on positive psychology. She has co-founded Young Happy Minds which teaches kids about positive psychology and now also expanded with courses to adults. She shares techniques from positive psychology to live a more happy life and perform at your best.  

Shownotes:

  • 1.35: How Martine got started with positive psychology.  
  • 2.30: Martines journey for meaning through kitesurfing, meditation to positive psychology.
  • 4.35: What positive psychology is.
  • 6.40: The PERMA model.
  • 09.48: Why you should start a gratitude journal.
  • 14.20: Working with positive psychology and prisoners.
  • 15.16: How our brains are hardwired for the negative.
  • 18.08: Why exercise might be better than antidepressant
  • 21.00: How random acts of kindness can make you happier.
  • 23.12: What Young Happy Minds is.
  • 28.16: What happiness does to your performance and why you should give your doctor a lollipop.
  • 32.19: Martines routines.

 

Links to people mentioned:

Tal Ben Shahar: http://www.talbenshahar.com/

Dr. Martin Seligman: https://www.authentichappiness.sas.upenn.edu/faculty-profile/profile-dr-martin-seligman

Shawn Achor: http://www.shawnachor.com/

Alexander Aventh: https://growthisland.io/2-alexander-avanth-how-to-use-technology-in-a-mindful-manner-that-improves-your-life/

 

Links to selected resources:

 

Final recommendations from Martine:

  • Write down 3 things you are grateful for each day or 3 days a week.

 

Links to Martine:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/martine-kveim-8a902226/

https://www.younghappypros.com/

http://www.younghappyminds.com/

#5: Martin Kremmer – How to use biohacking to avoid jetlag and burnout

Martin Kremmer is a biohacker and founder of Biohacker Center Denmark. He works as a Digital Architect at EY Global where he travels 100+ days a year and has found a way to do so without getting jet lag. He shares his story of being close to burnout and how biohacking has gotten him back on a healthy track again. How he uses biohacking to stay at the top of his game and how he mitigate a gene mutation that he and 25% of the world has. Read More