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Stay tuned folks for more relationship guests on the Thrive Talk Radio Network. We are very pleased to be welcoming next week to the show, David Mathers. David has survived a rather harsh divorce and will be on the show to talk to us about his experiences and how he bounced back and found true love. David will also be telling us about his new book called, ‘Love, Separation, Divorce and Rebirth’, which is based on his experiences. In the book, David shares insights on how he managed to recover quickly and what lead him to find his soul mate.

We will also be welcoming another special guest to the show, Spencer Price, who will be talking to us about dream interpretation and what it can do for your love life. Spencer is an experienced dream interpreter and will be explaining how you can interpret your dreams so you can discover the hidden messages tour subconscious is trying to tell you. According to Spencer, we can have all kinds of different dreams related to important aspects of our lives. However, often the symbology is pretty crazy and the dreamer does not realize the importance or significance of the messages. While Spencer interprets all kinds of dreams, he will be on the show to discuss common dreams regarding relationships, intimacy and love. We will also be taking a few calls from our guests so make sure you’re listening live with us to get the opportunity to call in. We can’t guarantee you’ll all get a chance to ask Spencer your question, but we will do our best to bring a few of you on to pick his brains. It’s going to be a great show and one not to miss. We will update you here and on our social media channels of the date and time soon.

Until next time folks!

Guided Meditations To Get Your Ex Back

Today we are talking with Sue Jessop, a spiritual healer, consultant and therapist about how you can use meditation and intentional visualisation to try to repair a broken relationship. There are many things that a person can do to try to help fix what went wrong, including seeing a marriage or relationship councillor of course. However, adding other ingredients into the mix, such as meditation and visualisation can also go a long way to help bring things back on track.

Our guest today, Sue, is also an avid writer and has written for notable relationship websites such as femalesecrets.net to name but a few.

Laura: Welcome to the show, Sue

Sue: Thank you for having me, it’s a pleasure to be here

Laura: Absolutely! Well, let’s get started. So, I understand that your a spiritual healer and you also provide consultations for people struggling with relationships. So how do the two go together?

Sue: That’s a good question. Well, how I work am I first tune in with my client and by ‘tune in’ I mean, I connect with their energy and get a sense and a feeling of where they are at mentally, emotionally and spiritually. From there, as I listen to their story I am then able to psychically pick up more information surrounding their particular circumstance. I then channel my guides for higher knowledge and relay the information and messages from them along with my own personal experiences.

Laura: Wow, that sounds pretty far out! How did you learn to do this?

Sue: In my early teens, I had a rather traumatic experience that I won’t go into here on the show, but it was that experience that actually led me to have a spiritual awakening – first a spiritual crisis than a spiritual awakening. At that time I felt totally lost in darkness and despair for quite a while and when that happens to a person it can often be a catalyst for some kind of spiritual awakening or transformation. It was in my moment of complete and total surrender and to allow a greater power than myself to lead the way and show me what I need to do in order to get myself back to some kind of normality. When that happened I quickly became aware that I had a gift for connecting into my higher power. Through connecting with my higher self I then started to receive messages from spirit. At first, I didn’t know what it was and it was a little scary at the beginning. So I sought out the help of a spiritual teacher who taught me what was happening to me and showed me how to connect or tune in to receive information and talk with my angels and guides. This technique she calls ‘Angel Talk’. This was really a huge turning point in my life.

Laura: Wow, that’s quite a story, Sue. So how does a session with you work, do they need to be with you face to face?

Sue: No, they don’t need to be with me face to face. Most of my clients do come to visit me in person, but I do also consult through Skype and telephone. I don’t need to be in the same room with them in order to tune in, I just need permission from them that they want me to and then to open up their energy to me.

Laura: And I understand that you also give guided meditations to your clients to help them to let go of past grief and trauma and to find their strength. Is that right?

Sue: Yes, that’s right. I have been providing the guided meditations for about a year now and they’re working really well for people. Besides this, my clients are also finding a renewed sense of confidence throughout their life and also in their relationships from the meditations and the work that I do. For example, one of my clients was very shy and reserved and always felt it was difficult to let go completely and connect intimately with her partner and she was becoming worried that this was starting to effect her relationship with him. Through my work and over time she became more empowered to the point where she could stand in her own power and then start to be more sexual with her partner, talking intimately with him and allowing their love to blossom from a deeper connection.

Laura: So how do they work, what’s happening when someone listens to one of your meditations?

Sue: I created the meditations based on various zen and yogic traditions and along with information that I channelled from spirit. Basically, when someone goes through the guided meditation it helps them to re-align with their higher self and clear out any stuck energy patterns and blockages. During the process, I help them to visualize their future self in their most pure and magnificent essence and help them to realize that they can actually step into this manifestation of themselves and make it a reality in their lives.

Laura: So what kinds of things do people find your meditations helpful for?

Sue: Oh, a whole range of things. For some women, they find them tremendously helpful when they are going through a breakup. For others, they find that the meditations help to give them strength and boost their self-esteem in order to either try to get their partner back or to move on if he’s not what they’re wanting in their life anymore. Some women also enjoy to listen to them purely for the relaxation and to feel good. The meditations help to enhance one’s life overall and can help to facilitate spiritual change and transformation.

Laura: So where can people get your meditations from, are they available on CDs?

Sue: Not yet, but they will be soon. Currently, I have been providing them for clients who come to see me, but soon they will also be available on amazon.com for the general public.

Laura: That sounds great. SO let us know when they’re available and we can certainly tell our audience about them.

Sue: Thank you, Laura, I will!

Laura: Sue, it’s been a pleasure having you here with us today.

Sue: It’s been a pleasure being here, thank you so much and I hope to come back and talk to you all again soon!

Laura: Absolutely, well, you will be more than welcome.

Getting Back to You After a Breakup

a man walking in natureAfter we go through a breakup we can often be left feeling despondent and down, even depressed for a while. Although these times are pretty awful when we are going through them, they can actually serve to evolve us both mentally and spiritually and help us to grow as human beings.

While the natural tendency is to hide away from the world, it is important not to stay there and get out and back to being yourself as soon as possible. Get out and see your friends and start to do things that can help you get some closure. If you’re really struggling then you may need to see a counsellor for a while. Getting some professional advice can really help to bring you through it a lot quicker.

Goodtherapy.org has a list of therapists and counsellors in various cities across the US. You can find them here.

Reflect on the relationship

During this time, use it to reflect on the relationship and the events that seemed to lead to its demise. Seeing the relationship for what it was from both angles can often help to get some perspective on it. See both the good and the not so good, and learn from it where you can.

Learn from any mistakes

Were there any mistakes made on your part? If so, take a note of them so you can learn from it and move on. Once you’ve acknowledged any mistakes allow yourself to release them and forgive yourself and your ex. You don’t necessarily need to meet your ex to do this if you don’t want to. You can silently or out load, affirm your forgiveness towards yourself and them and let it go to the universe to handle from here.

If you want to know more about self-forgiveness then see this article here.

Meditate

Studies have found that meditation can be highly beneficial for many reasons. Not only does meditation have a healing and rejuvenating effect on the body, it also helps to calm the mind, de-stress and connect in with your inner self.

If you’re not sure how to meditate then here’s an easy to follow guide for meditating to get over a breakup.

Walk in nature

Walking in nature can be very therapeutic. Get yourself out of the house for a few hours and go for a walk in your local park or forest. Really bring your awareness into the present moment and take time to look around yourself to appreciate all the beauty in nature that is all around us. Connecting with nature in this way can do wonders to help lift a person’s spirits, calm the mind and bring a sense of gratitude back into our lives.

Going through a breakup is never easy. If you’re really struggling then do reach out to friends and family members and let them know how you’re feeling and that you may need a little help from them for a while. Contact a local therapist or councillor as some professional advice can often work wonders to help you turn the corner towards a more positive frame of mind, which will help you to move on. You may also like to read our article on the top things to do to get over a breakup here.

Top Things to Do In Order to Get Over a Breakup

We know that many of you listening to our show are either going through a painful breakup period or are still trying to find yourselves in the aftermath.

For most people, going through a breakup from a long-term relationship can be on of the hardest and most painful experiences of their lives. Oftentimes, there is a sense of loneliness, anxiety and despair, which is probably harder to deal with the older you get. So, since we’re a love & relationship’s radio show, we thought for this episode we’d lighten the mood and talk about the top things to do after a breakup up to help you get back to being you and to be able to finally move on from all the trauma and heartache.

Our Top Six Breakup Cures

Hang out with your friends

This has gotta be one of the best breakup cures out there. Good friends are always there for you and will pick you up when you’re down and lost. It can be so easy to just sit at home by yourself moping during and after a breakup, but this is actually one of the worst things you can do. Meeting up with good friends will often help to cheer you up and take your mind off things.

Catch up with family

When we’re in a relationship life can often go by so fast that we forget or just don’t have the time to stay in touch with some family members as much as we’d like. However, for most people, your family are always gonna be there for you. Taking the time to catch up with them and see how they’re doing will often do wonders for your self-esteem.

Do voluntary work

Doing voluntary work is a great way to take your mind off your own problems and feel valued again by helping others. Volunteering for a charity can help to boost your self-esteem and often it can make us realize that our problems are not as big as some other people out there.

Here are some great options for volunteering.

Go shopping

A bit of retail therapy often puts the world to rights if you can afford it. If finds are a little tight then perhaps go out to get a few small things that will make you feel good.

Have a pamper day

Pamper days have always been my go-to methods for breakup recovery. One of the best things I find to do is to go visit the local spa for the day or even a weekend with a few of your girlfriends. Having a relaxing massage can help to soothe your worries and getting your hair and nails done can also help to refresh your self-confidence.

Here are 2018’s top ten Spa places to visit, according to townandcountrymag.com

Do something adventurous

Often, during a long-term relationship, we fall into a routine of always doing the same old thing. However, after a breakup, it is important to break out of the norm and do something you Wouldnt normally do. Bungee jumping, white water rafting or even skydiving can be great activities to show you that life is really worth living, with or without your ex.

Hopefully, this list will give you some good ideas to help you move past this phase and get your life back on track with a positive and fresh new perspective. Who knows, you may even meet the next Mr or Mrs Right at the same time!

Thrive Talk Radio Show Is In Town!

Hello and welcome to Thrive Talk Radio, the number one radio show for topical discussions on relationships, intimacy, commitment and happiness in love.

We are currently revamping our website so we will be back with you shortly. We have a great lineup for you with many great guest speakers coming to share amazing insights into all aspects of relationships and love so look out for our next session.

In an earlier session on the show we discussed the use of the Kama Sutra and how it can benefit a relationship. We also discussed this interesting article from cosmopolitan.

For now, we will leave you with this interesting video of a compilation of experts discussing various issues related to breakups. This is always a hot topic as it affects people in a variety of different ways. Stay tuned for more.

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