When Beatie Deutsch signed up for her first marathon in October 2015, she wasn’t even a regular runner.
Over the next four months of training for this first race, it became clear to her that she had, as she explains ‘been giving the gift of running.’
She went on to place as the 6th woman to finish the Tel Aviv marathon in early 2016, and kept on running and training hard over the past three years since.
Today, she has placed first in major marathons. She's got her eyes set on running the marathon in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (!!!) representing the nation of Israel.
The inspiration that has driven her is incredibly powerful, and the lessons she’s learned along her journey are poised to inspire anyone.
Listen to her speak about her running journey, her spiritual inspiration, her values, dignity, being a mother of five young children, mindful present moment awareness, and so much more.
For more about Beatie, visit her Instagram @marathonmother or her Facebook page ‘Beatie Deutsch’ at https://www.facebook.com/marathonmother/
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Special thanks to Yehudit Grumback, Beatie’s massage therapist, located in central Israel. Providing massage therapy for professional and non-professional athletes to help them enjoy training and performing in good health. https://judithmassage.wixsite.com/home and on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/yeudithgrumbach/
For more about the host, Azriela Jankovic, visit https://azrielajankovic.com for information on masterminds, spiritual growth, meditation events, meditation recordings and Azriela's brand new book, 'Beyond All Things.'
A quick overview on the concept of masterminding - creating a space to share knowledge. We are surrounded by people who know things that we do not. In business, relationships, and in personal growth, strategically sharing knowledge can enhance our experiences. On the flip side, it’s easy to forget what we know, or even to ‘sit’ on our knowledge. This format of learning/ collaboration is a method for contributing and giving back.
Mariam speaks with Azriela about how we can live happier. She shares a bit about her background and growing up in a supportive, take-action, and athletic family, and how that planted the seeds for her positive outlook on life. Inspired by sports and spirituality, Mariam explains how visualization and practical meditation tools assist her in daily living, as well as how we can utilize these tools for our own well being.
As a wellness coach, Mariam teaches strategies for positive thinking, including the ‘A-B-C’ method of thinking, which has the capacity to stop negative thinking in its tracks.
To learn more about Mariam’s work, you can visit her page on FB (Mariam Berzon Wellness Coach) or follow her on Instagram @ Mariam_Berzon.
At the end of the episode, Azriela speaks about her current project supporting professionals and creatives with masterminding and accountability groups. She explains what exactly goes on inside her groups, the learning and motivation research behind the process, and what a connecting experience it is to be part of such a group. She'll also explain how you can implement accountability on your own.
To join the conversation for this podcast and Azi’s book, send a join request to "Beyond and Within All Things" on Facebook.
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This episode, a short insight inspired by the weekly portion of guidance, provides insights about how to live inspired, with purpose, and aligned with our highest selves.
While the biblical account of creation as told in the Torah (Hebrew for 'Guidance') can be read as a story, in contemplating the deeper meanings and lessons within the story we can gain great insight.
We live in a time of more material abundance than ever, but as Rebekah Saltzman explains, our stuff may be making us work too hard. How can we own our stuff without letting it own us? Simplify our lives to free up our time? Make our spaces easy and enjoyable to inhabit?
In this episode, Rebekah and Azi explore all of this and more.
Thank you to Kesher Video, international video production company, for sponsoring this episode: http://keshervideo.com/
To learn more about Rebekah and how she can help you, you can visit http://www.BalaganBeGone.com and be sure to use the code 'BEYOND' to receive 10$ off any of her online courses.
In this talk, Azriela reflects on the concept from King Solomon that “Gentle words of the wise are heard but a harsh word stirs up anger.”
She shares two challenges that were brought to her for consultation - the first from a teacher struggling to manage and control a classroom, and the second from a parent challenged by two very common parenting issues with children of all ages.
Azriela explains the idea of 'positive discipline,' and how in maintaining one's own sense of presence and calm, we can lead more powerfully in any context. She draws upon her research of relational management, grounded in positive psychology, to help both the teacher and the parent shift a focus on the positive, re-conceptualize, and re-create the situations.
Learn how to stay calm in a moment of stress by shifting focus, and learn how to influence the behavior of others by shifting your focus and energy.
Inspired by the upcoming day of Atonement on the Jewish/ Hebrew calendar, this episode introduces a teaching about Nothingness, and the power of Nothingness to help us move toward self-compassion, forgiveness, and new beginnings.
Two meditative practices are briefly introduced - these practices can be utilized in any time or space as a way to tune.
The lessons of Yom Kippur are profound - enjoy these universal ideas and practices that can bring great benefits to self and other.
In this conversation, Azriela speaks with an expert on 'life purpose,' Dr. Robin L. Owens. She shares her journey to discovering not only her own purpose, but to a place of understanding why living on purpose is just so important for everyone.
The conversation highlights specific strategies that can be used to identify one's own purpose, and to heal from feeling unfulfilled or unexpressed.
Living on purpose begins when we look for clues in our own lives - and then harness those clues in our own unique ways.
In this episode of Within All Things, Azriela speaks with a fascinating woman, Leah Aharoni, about her spiritual journey as well as two foundational ideas of the Jewish spiritual masters of centuries past.
Their Kabbalah inspired ideas are simple to remember and can revolutionize our every day lives from the moment we begin utilizing them.
Leah takes us on her life's journey from Russia, to the states and on to Israel- exploring her journey to discover a rich Jewish heritage and go on to lead unique spiritual retreats to Eastern Europe.
Learn about two core ideas that Leah believes have the potential to bring great peace and healing to anyone.
To learn more about Leah, please visit https://www.loveyour.biz/
To learn more about the spiritual masters, you can visit https://www.azamra.org/nations.php or learn more about the Baal Shem Tov, the 16-17th century founder of the Chassidic movement and revolutionary spiritual leader.
From meditation gardens, to on-the-ground research in impoverished urban schools, to spiritual institutions in Jerusalem...
This episode is an intro to our show and a bit about why host Dr. Azriela Jankovic is just so lit up about the power of belief.
Did you know that what teachers believe about their students actually influences student performance outcomes?
That what we believe about life has the capacity to alter our levels of happiness?
That cognitive psychology provides practical tools for upgrading our beliefs and that we can use them in any moment?
That ancient spirituality contains beautiful ideas that can expand our ability to experience present moment awareness and higher levels of consciousness?
Welcome to Within All Things... where the Infinite can be found.
This episode has been generously sponsored by Kesher Video, an international video production company empowering cause driven organizations and businesses to harness the power of video to maximize impact.