The Practical Mystic Show - with Janine Bolon
The Practical Mystic -Joyce Feustel

The Practical Mystic -Joyce Feustel

April 30, 2021

Joyce Feustel is a social media trainer who helps business people and job seekers, especially those who are 50 and up, become more effective and productive on LinkedIn and Facebook.

Find her at www.boomerssocialmediatutor.com.

The Practical Mystic -Matthew Schwab

The Practical Mystic -Matthew Schwab

April 30, 2021

In 20 years of traveling the world's oceans and experiencing nearly 40 countries as a United States Merchant Marine officer, Captain Matthew Schwab has led others through seemingly insurmountable challenges while sailing the world.

 

After experiencing his spiritual awakening through multiple near-death experiences, aptly termed 'The Inner Voyage', Matthew made it his mission to support other leaders in navigating the uncharted waters of fear and isolation to achieve spiritual breakthroughs and personal and professional growth. 

The Practical Mystic -Sitting In Silence

The Practical Mystic -Sitting In Silence

April 2, 2021

Meditation is a practice that many people tend to misunderstand. Far from being something relevant only to practitioners of Eastern religions, sitting in silence can benefit any of us. 

If you're anxious about taking those first steps to learning how, Janine shares what you need to know.

Website: https://thepracticalmystics.com/

The Practical Mystic -Finding Your Own Divine Path

The Practical Mystic -Finding Your Own Divine Path

April 2, 2021

Janine Bolon shares her personal experience in finding her Divine path and offers practical advice to help you find yours.

 

Website: https://thepracticalmystics.com/

The Practical Mystic -The Creation of Souls

The Practical Mystic -The Creation of Souls

April 2, 2021

Janine Bolon discusses her work as a spiritual healer as well as how to more fully embrace the process of becoming who we really are.

The Practical Mystic -Reem Mousa returns

The Practical Mystic -Reem Mousa returns

March 5, 2021

Born in Kuwait and emigrated to the United States in 1997, Reem Mousa began her career  as an esthetician and massage therapist. Today she and her Lebanese-born husband have  three beautiful daughters and live in Washington, where she is a voracious student of life,  but “not a follower” of any particular teacher.

The creator of the Pantagea app, a daily meditator, and devoted wife and mom, Reem believes in regularly stepping  out of her comfort zone and trusts that the next step will always appear. 

Amazon Paperback & eBook: https://amzn.to/3fk4zAc 

Podcast: Nudreem with Reem 

Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nudreem-with-reem/id1514853132 

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3fOVXoL7tUZlpckAbh7Mm8?si=6VEKElcQRReAeXXE-ik1oQ

The Practical Mystic -Josephine Mariposa Interview

The Practical Mystic -Josephine Mariposa Interview

February 19, 2021

Josephine Mariposa is an author, differently-able activist, life-after-trauma coach and mother of four. Her life changed forever after a traumatic spine injury and her inspirational book, 'Anything is Possible' has debuted on several Amazon top 100 bestseller lists.

Website: https://josephinemariposa.com/

The Practical Mystic -Tracy Urban Interview

The Practical Mystic -Tracy Urban Interview

February 19, 2021

Tracy Urban's life shifted from Technical to Spiritual after  a car accident in which she was paralyzed from the waist  down.  In order to heal, Tracy began to study  many different healing modalities. Having been born an Empath with the ability to see and  hear Spirit, she felt life had gone full circle.

As she began to get in tune with the body it  also began to reopen the precious gift of the 3rd eye.

 
Having regained the ability to walk without assistance, Tracy now is a Motivational  Speaker and Internationally known Medicine Person she travels the globe Teaching,  Speaking and being a Divine conduit for healing energy work. Living Her Best Life, she  loves working with people, bringing knowledge and inspiration. 

The Practical Mystic Ep0023 - The 60-40 Principle (Step 9) -(Janine Bolon)

The Practical Mystic Ep0023 - The 60-40 Principle (Step 9) -(Janine Bolon)

February 12, 2021

You allocate your money in this way using the 60/40 principle:

    60% you live on. This goes into your main checking account

    10% goes into a long-term saving vehicle (IRA, 401k, Keogh account, solo401k) for retirement. If you don't currently have a retirement account of any kind, open two savings accounts at your bank (one for long-term savings and one for short-term savings)

    10% goes into a short-term savings account for use in those occasional large-scale expenses (such as new tires) or emergencies (the hot water heater leaks all over your newly laid carpet!)

    10% is tithed to a church or secular charity that is in line with your purpose and passion. this is your "rent" for occupying space on the planet.

    10% is pure philanthropy. That's right, you just give it away for the benefit of the community at large. This primes the pump so that the Universe starts sending more money your way.

Once you've retired your debts, you start applying the 60/40 principle to all of your income.

Questions? Take my free online course 10 Steps to Abundance https://app.ruzuku.com/courses/26243/... or

Connect with me on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/janinebolon/

The Practical Mystic Ep0022 - The Flow of Money (Step 8) -(Janine Bolon)

The Practical Mystic Ep0022 - The Flow of Money (Step 8) -(Janine Bolon)

February 5, 2021

Money is not linear. It moves in a huge circle through our lives and if you're able to direct your dollars into the three areas it needs to keep regenerating, you'll keep your cash flow increasing. 

The flow of money is split into three large sections that move around our lives in a curved path:

    The Living Arm of money is the path most of us know about intimately. It is where all the expenses are located and it usually take up 110% of our income. Yep, we spend beyond our means in this category.

    The Saving Arm of money is the least known path for Americans. We really stink at saving money. The Chinese and Japanese so have us beat in this area. Of our entire US population only 2-3% saves money. Yikes!

    The Giving Arm of money is actually well done by Americans. We are a very giving country, but the reason we don't benefit like we could by this movement of money is due to our inconsistency of giving. We donate here, there and everywhere, but in a very sporadic way. This doesn't help keep the flow of money going. Consistency is the key here.

Questions? Take my free online course 10 Steps to Abundance https://app.ruzuku.com/courses/26243/... or

Connect with me on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/janinebolon/

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