Monday, January 26, 2015

Maryanne Comaroto: I Dare You To Live a Positive Life



by Debbi Dachinger, Dare To Dream Radio Host, Wed. 11am PT www.healthylife.net

I recently interviewed Maryanne Comaroto from Maryanne Live! radio show on HealthyLife.net. We had a brilliant conversation - see how this influences you. I dare you to take Maryanne's dare!

Debbi: What is the greatest lesson you've learned?

Maryanne: One of the greatest lessons I have ever learned is that Love is a verb!

Debbi: What is something you are deeply grateful for?

Maryanne: I am grateful to be alive and to be able to be of service

Debbi: What's the most important thing you do to keep your life positive?

Maryanne:  To remember who I really am and what I am here for

Debbi: If you could DARE the listeners to do anything that will create positive change for them, what would you dare them to do today?

I would invite them to stop at nothing to find the truth about who they are and what their purpose is.  It is always a privilege to be connected to other way showers and light bearers...


Tune in to Maryanne Live!  which airs Tuesdays at 10am PT on www.healthylife.net.

Monday, January 19, 2015

Dr. Andy McCabe: I Dare You To Live a Positive Life



by Debbi Dachinger, Dare To Dream Radio Host, Wed. 11am PT www.healthylife.net

I recently interviewed Dr. Andy McCabe featured host, of Autism w/Dr. Andy on HealthyLife.net.  We had a brilliant conversation. I dare you to accept Andy's dare!
  
Debbi: What is the greatest lesson you've learned?

Andy: Most of what I worry about doesn't matter. What matters is whether or not I am kind to others and also, kind to myself. Kindness can also mean telling others, or myself, something they, or I, don't want to hear that is true.
  
Debbi: What is something you are deeply grateful for?

Andy:  I am deeply grateful for the mind God has given me. It's my playground and the ultimate toy. I can create a new story every day, if I wish to. I can make things happen that will benefit others and, in the process, enjoy myself. I can use my mind to wade through the complexities of life and, in my own way, find my way.

Debbi: What do I do to keep my life positive?

Andy:  I remind myself on a daily basis of some advice given to me by my Uncle Jack, fondly known as Jake the Fake. Jake was a lovable con man. One day he said to me, "Andy, nothing is on the level! You may not understand what I mean now, but as you get older, you will!" So, what I do to keep myself positive is to remember that life isn't fair and don't expect it to be. However, the joy is in fully participating in the process. We get a big book of tickets for the carnival ride of life and we decide whether to use them or not. I want to use all mine and ask for another book!

Debbi: If you could dare listeners to do something, what would it be?

Andy:  Think of their most life enhancing dream that they would love to have happen. The only requirement is that in some way the dream frightens them. I don't mean something that is life threatening, immoral or illegal but rather, something that makes their heart beat faster and could potentially bring them a sense of joy or fulfillment. Write it down. Take responsibility. Make a plan. Visualize it happening many times during the day. Take action on a daily basis.


Tune in to hear Autism w/Dr. Andy McCabe on Thursdays 10am PT on www. healthylife.net

Monday, January 5, 2015

Kristin Fontana: I Dare You To Live a Positive Life



by Debbi Dachinger, Dare To Dream Radio Host, Wed. 11am PT www.healthylife.net

I recently interviewed Kristin Fontana from the Guiding Stars radio show on HealthyLife.net. We had a brilliant conversation - see how this influences you. I dare you to take Kristin's dare!

Debbi: What is the greatest lesson you've learned?

Kristin: TOTAL freedom awaits if you have the courage to be who you are!

Debbi: What is something you are deeply grateful for?

Kristin: Deeply Grateful - apart from my precious family.....I am eternally grateful to the universe for bringing me together with my greatest life teacher for from that moment on, I connected to my life's work as an Evolutionary Astrologer which has helped me help others in a profoundly meaningful way but it has also always served to shine a light on the path back to my root nature, ultimately finding my way back home to myself, and through extension, God.


Debbi: What's the most important thing you do to keep your life positive?

Kristin:  To keep life positive - Honestly, I was just born that way, due to being a Sagittarius sun, I tend to always spring from an optimistic place. I realized very early on about the law of energy. What you put out comes back. I listen to music of various kinds to support this space and I meditate...


Debbi: If you could DARE the listeners to do anything that will create positive change for them, what would you dare them to do today?

Kristin: I would DARE listeners to try and experience life outside their comfort zone every once in a while. Whatever that may be. Trying a new restaurant/dish. Buying a new piece of furniture or piece of art. Watching a movie in a genre they are not used to watching. Everyone falls into routine - but to be aware of it and make sure we don't get too "stuck"  is important. Allow yourself to LIVE, LEARN and TRY!


Tune in to Kristin Fontana's Guiding Stars  which airs Wednesdays at 10am PT on www.healthylife.net.

Monday, December 29, 2014

Risa Feldman: I Dare You To Live a Positive Life



by Debbi Dachinger, Dare To Dream Radio Host, Wed. 11am PT www.healthylife.net

I recently interviewed Risa Feldman from the Risa's RoundTable show on HealthyLife.net. We had a brilliant conversation - see how this influences you. I dare you to take Risa's dare!

Debbi: What is the greatest lesson you've learned?

Risa: The greatest lesson I have learned in my life is to not fight what the universe has in store as hokey as it may sound.  There are times when you need to rise to the occasion and go above and beyond efforts to make things happen.  However, if at every turn you seem to keep hitting walls - I
have learned to stop and pivot.  Maybe there is a better way of looking at the situation, or of attaining what you seek. Or maybe it's not meant to happen.  The term just "Go with the Flow"  I try and follow as much as I can. 

Debbi: What is something you are deeply grateful for?

Risa: I am deeply grateful for the opportunities I have had in my life. Whether the opportunities were ones offered to me, or ones that I sought out on my own, they all have come with valued experiences that have molded me into the person I am.

Debbi: What's the most important thing you do to keep your life positive?

Risa:  The most important thing I do to keep my life positive is spending time in nature. Whether a walk on the beach, a hike in the mountains, watching a sunset or walking my dog down a tree lined street - I always breathe deeper and slower when I am in a setting that brings tranquility and beauty.

Debbi: If you could DARE the listeners to do anything that will create positive change for them, what would you dare them to do today?

Risa: I would DARE listeners to try and experience life outside their comfort zone every once in a while. Whatever that may be. Trying a new restaurant/dish. Buying a new piece of furniture or piece of art. Watching a movie in a genre they are not used to watching. Everyone falls into routine - but to be aware of it and make sure we don't get too "stuck"  is important. Allow yourself to LIVE, LEARN and TRY!


Tune in to Risa's RoundTable Show which airs the 4th Wednesday each month at 9am PT on www.healthylife.net.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Reba Merrill: I Dare You To Live a Positive Life



by Debbi Dachinger, Dare To Dream Radio Host, Wed. 11am PT www.healthylife.net

I recently interviewed Reba Merrill from the Healing Sound Radio show on HealthyLife.net. We had a brilliant conversation - see how this influences you. I dare you to take Reba's dare!

Debbi: What is the greatest lesson you've learned?

Reba:    I learned to forgive myself and not let mistakes have any power. It took me a long time for me to find me.

Debbi: What is something you are deeply grateful for?

Reba:    At my age it's health which brings me happiness and that's all I want.

Debbi: What's the most important thing you do to keep your life positive?

Reba:  I exercise, I eat healthy [no sugar or white flour] and am grateful for my blessings. 

Debbi: If you could DARE the listeners to do anything that will create positive change for them, what would you dare them to do today?

Reba: The most powerful thing someone can do is try something that scares them. 


Tune in to Reba Merrill's Hollywood Show which airs Wednesdays 2pm PT on www.healthylife.net.

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Jonathan Goldman: I Dare You To Live a Positive Life



by Debbi Dachinger, Dare To Dream Radio Host, Wed. 11am PT www.healthylife.net

I recently interviewed Jonathan Goldman from the Healing Sound Radio show on HealthyLife.net. We had a brilliant conversation - see how this influences you. I dare you to take Jonathan's dare!

Debbi: What is the greatest lesson you've learned?

Jonathan:    To quote the lyrics to "Nature Boy":  "The greatest thing you'll ever learn Is just to love and be loved in return."  Or to quote the Beatles:  "And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make". I'd add that I think compassion to others is perhaps the most important gift we can give.  And compassion to ourselves may be the greatest gift we can receive.

Debbi: What is something you are deeply grateful for?

Jonathan:    I try to be grateful for all that is.  I think our attitude so deeply affects our perception and the consciousness and reality we create. I am grateful for my life...my wife...my offspring...my work...my play...my sound...my light...my love!  For all that is!

Debbi: What's the most important thing you do to keep your life positive?

Jonathan:    I think we have to go back to question #1 for that and my reply about being compassionate to others and especially to ourselves.  Since my focus is on sound, I will follow up by saying that sound is measured in waves--just like the ocean.  This is called the frequency of the sound.  And I think it's vitally important to remember that life is like a wave. Sometimes it's up.  Sometimes it's down.  From a spiritual viewpoint, one can perceive that everything is in a constant and fluid state of being.  And that since everything changes, it's important not to get too attached to anything.  This understanding of non-attachment, coupled with the energy of compassion is helpful in keeping life positive.

Debbi: If you could DARE the listeners to do anything that will create positive change for them, what would you dare them to do today?

Jonathan:  Great question from you Debbi, being someone connected with "Dare to Dream" radio.  I'd probably suggest to the listener that if they could dare to be compassionate with themselves--to be able to forgive themselves for all the issues that we all carry around (whether it's conscious or unconscious) --that would be a great and positive gift for themselves and for the rest of humankind.  Thanks for this brief opportunity to share with you and the listeners.  And yes, since my focus is sound,  if I were to go deeper, I would suggest that listeners make a simple sound such as an "AH" or even just a hum and encode the sound with the energy of unconditional love and compassion.  Then make the sound (and we have to be non-judgmental about this and not judge ourselves because all sound is "good" sound as long as it's not damaging someone else due to it being abusive or harshly loud or whatnot) and encode it with this energy of love and compassion.  Next step, feel this sound permeate your field--your physical body, your emotional body,  your mental body, your spiritual body--vibrating every essence of your being with the energy of love.  It's really great.  Try it.  You'll like it!
 
Tune in to Jonathan Goldman's Healing Sound Show which airs  the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 9am PT on www.healthylife.net.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Maureen St Germain: I Dare You To Live a Positive Life



by Debbi Dachinger, Dare To Dream Radio Host, Wed. 11am PT www.healthylife.net

I recently interviewed Maureen St. Germain from The Practical Mystic Radio show onHealthyLife.net. We had a brilliant conversation - see how this influences you. I dare you to take Maureen's dare!


Debbi: What is the greatest lesson you've learned?

Maureen:    I'm still learning! Right now, I think the greatest lesson I've learned so far is that everything is a choice! No one makes us do anything. It's the spin we put on things that makes it good or bad to us. So that means we get to choose, happy or sad, mad or joyful. My second greatest lesson is - if it's about money - you can always make more money, and let it go!


Debbi: What is something you are deeply grateful for?

Maureen:    I'm deeply grateful for the Higher Self Connection that I've figured out - and have taught my students. It is the single most powerful thing a person can do - to know what they need to know before they need to know it. I'm deeply grateful that so many students have learned this method
and have incorporated it into their daily life. I'm deeply grateful so many people contact me with their great stories of how their higher self is their resource in fun and frustrating times! I'm deeply grateful for life itself and the beauty I find in every day. I really get off on Sunrises and Sunsets. It's one of the things that doesn't depend on anyone to make happen - you just show up! How cool is that?


Debbi: What's the most important thing you do to keep your life positive?

Maureen:    The most important thing I do to keep my life positive is to see the opportunity in everything that comes my way. What can I possibly learn from adversity? What can I learn from loss? Usually that means to go back to Life is beautiful.


Debbi: If you could DARE the listeners to do anything that will create positive change for them, what would you dare them to do today?

Maureen:  If I could DARE listeners to do something that could create a positive change for them, well, what I'm about to suggest changes everything to a very high vibration. I'm going to invite them to join me in asking for a day of heaven on earth - each and every day, for themselves and everyone
they come in contact with.


Tune in to Maureen St. Germain's Practical Mystic show which airs  the 2nd Monday of the month at 2pm PT on www.healthylife.net or visit her on-demand archive page http://www.healthylife.net/RadioShow/archiveMS.htm