FLAUNT! Build Your Dreams, Live Your Sparkle!


with Lora Cheadle

Pyramid FusionSometimes we get so busy taking care of everyone and everything that we forget about ourselves. We have a diffuse desire for something different, but we can’t quite articulate what we want. The concept of manifesting is all the rage, but it requires precision. How do we put “a fulfilling life” on a vision board, let alone create it, when we don’t really know what it means? In five bold and glittering strokes FLAUNT! solves this problem by teaching listeners how to build their dreams and live their sparkle even when they don’t know what they want. FLAUNT! Find your Fetish, Laugh out Loud, Accept Unconditionally, Navigate the Negative and Trust your Truth.

FLAUNT! allows listeners to move through the five steps of FLAUNT!, releasing outdated scripts and labels, revealing the calling of their souls and re-choreographing their own life, even when they are unsure of what they want. Using a combination of best-girlfriend discussions and therapy-based exercises, listeners are taught how to Find their Fetish, Laugh out Loud, Accept Unconditionally, Navigate the Negative and Trust in their Truth. Released from the nitty-gritty details of manifesting, listeners learn how to build their dreams and live their sparkle as only they are able! Flaunt! Build Your Dreams, Live Your Sparkle!

Broadcasts Weekly Wednesday 7am & 7pmET

Lora’s  Theme~ Five Steps of Flaunt

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Adrenal Fatigue-Reaching Your Breaking Point

Most of us try hard to bed all things to all people. We try hard, sacrifice and go without sleep, good nutrition and proper relaxation, but at what cost? This week’s show explores Adrenal Fatigue, and how our bodies, minds and spirits all have a breaking point. Although we can all push through short-term stressors, chronic, long-term, low-level takes a very damaging toll on our bodies. Learn the signs, causes and solutions to Adrenal Fatigue and what you can do to stay in optimal health no matter what life brings your way.

Have you heard the idiom, “It was the straw that broke the camel’s back?” This illustrates the point that while we can take a lot, at some point, we all reach our breaking point. Whether that means losing our temper, getting sick or sliding into depression, none of want to reach our breaking point. Just like the camel, many of us are burdened slowly, adapting to our ever-increasing load, until one day when a seemingly innocuous little straw is placed on our back, and we break for what seems an insignificant reason.

The parable of the frog in pot of boiling water illustrates a similar point. Put a frog in a pot of boiling water and it will panic and struggle to get out. Put a frog in a pot of tepid water, slowly turn up the heat, and the frog will sit quietly, allowing itself to be cooked alive.

Our Emotional Warning System

As self-preserving organisms, we are equipped with our own built-in guidance system that allows us to identify when we are being pushed to our breaking point. When we experience feelings of overwhelm, frustration, anxiety or stress, it’s our body’s way of letting us know that we are reaching our breaking point.Contrary to what we may believe, it is not normal to experience chronic states of stress, overwhelm, frustration and anxiety. These emotions are danger signals, and it’s crucial for us to be aware of what these emotions are signaling, and to take action before we reach our breaking point. Before we find ourselves with broken backs. Before we find ourselves having been boiled alive.

Negative or stressful emotions are danger signals, signaling us that we need to make a change. If we don’t, we suffer the consequences. Even if we don’t have a full-blown breakdown, the resulting consequences can be mental problems, emotional outbursts, relationship problems, anger issues, impaired job performance, the inability connect with others, a decreased capacity to feel joy, chronic inflammation, diabetes, unexplained pain, weight gain or worsening feelings of hopelessness.

Breakdown of the Emotional Guidance System and the Resulting Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

When we treat these emotional warning signals for what they are-signals warning us that we need to make changes – and then we make those changes – we recover. Our bodies, minds and spirits heal and we return to a natural, normal state of calm alertness. But when we fail to respond to these warning signals, when we keep-on keeping-on, fighting down panic and pushing ahead, we force our bodies to adapt in unhealthy ways. Forcing our bodies, minds and spirits to live in state of chronic hyper-stimulation and anxiety short-circuit all of our natural survival mechanisms. Like any machine forced to run beyond its capabilities, we eventually break down.

By forcing our bodies to integrate negative and stressful emotions into our everyday lives, without respite, we adapt. We forget what it’s like to feel peaceful, calm and centered. We believe it’s normal to live in a state of heightened anxiety, to feel stressed, overwhelmed and frustrated, and this becomes our new normal. A new baseline is set and suddenly we think we are feeling good when we are truly feeling stressed. We have changed our brains to believe that stress and anxiety are normal states of being, making our emotional warning system ineffective. By being stoic and brave we train ourselves to allow more negativity and stress, until one day – often without warning – we reach our breaking point. Our back breaks or we realize that we have been boiled alive.

Decreasing Stress and Anxiety in Four Steps

Fortunately, we can reverse course on this phenomenon and return our stress and anxiety baseline to a healthy, normal level. All it takes is self-awareness, dedication and a commitment to living in a life of joy, peace and harmony.

Step One

Identify a time when you felt calm, peaceful and centered. When you were alert, contented and neutral. Not elated, just neutral. A time when you simply felt good.

Step Two

Identify when you experience negative and stressful emotions. Don’t judge them or try to change them, just notice when you have them. Get a little notepad that you can carry with you. Keep it with your cell phone and every time you fiddle with your phone, write down how you feel mentally, physically and spiritually.

The notes might look something like this:
Irritated, pent-up, silent.
Frazzled, blob-like, vindictive.
Tired, sore, far-away.
Energetic, bouncy, filled with song.

Do not try to avoid having emotions, or deny what you are feeling, simply identify what you feel.

Step Three

Once you are aware of what you are feeling, consciously feel those emotions. Spend up to a minute consciously feeling the emotion that you have identified. How does this emotion feel in your head, your heart and your body? What is it like to be that emotion?

Step Four

After you have allowed your body, mind and spirit to experience these emotions, consciously return yourself to a place of neutrality. To a place of peace. Return to a neutral, natural, rational state of peace and then deal with whatever is causing your negative or stressful emotions, repeating the process of identifying and feeling any negative emotions that pop up in the process, and continuously and systematically returning yourself to a state of peace and neutrality.

Stress-Free Living

We are the camel. We have to unburden ourselves every time we are burdened or risk running out of capacity and breaking. We are also the frog. We have to stay aware of our surroundings, of what is happening to us at all times, or we will be boiled alive without our knowledge. Our emotions and feelings are the tools that allow us to stay alert, aware, safe and happy. All capacity is finite. We are not weak, we are human and we have limits. Let’s learn to honor those limits before it’s too late.

Read more at: http://www.pyramidfusion.com/mind/breaking-point-identify-eliminate-stressors-break/ or at https://adrenalfatiguesolution.com/

Are you ready for some play time? Lora is offering a FREE virtual personal training session to ANYONE who wins her Fitness Scavenger Hunt! Find details online, in the Facebook Group, “Flaunting Fitness!” Request to join, find the list of fitness items to snap pictures of, and get busy playing and posting your adventures!

Remember, Dreamvisions7 Listeners receive $10 off fitness coaching with Lora Cheadle and Pyramid Fusion. Virtual coaching, on-line coaching, Skype training, it all works!!! $50 per hour/$40 per hour with the Dreamvisions7 discount!​

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BIO: Lora Cheadle spent ten years practicing corporate law in California and Colorado, where she focused on defense litigation and co-authored a book entitled, “The Rights and Responsibilities of Teenage Parents.” After leaving the practice of law she began her own business helping women build their dreams and live their sparkle through a combination of hypnotherapy, Angel Therapy™, personal fitness training and dance. She’s a Certified Hypnotherapist, an Angel Therapy Practitioner™, an herbalist and an Integrated Energy Therapist. She holds a variety of certifications through the American Fitness Association of America, XPole Xpert Fitness and FlirtyGirl Fitness.

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