Episode 24 – How an Understanding of Subpersonalities Can Help People in Recovery

2017-02-14

Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 24 – How an Understanding of Subpersonalities Can Help People in Recovery

Hosts: Samina Khan and Paul Garrigan

 

In this episode of the Hope Mindful Compassion Show, Samina tells us about subpersonalities. This way of looking at the structure of personality comes from transpersonal psychology, and it can be very useful for people in recovery.

 

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Episode 23 – Finding Refuge in Bodily Sensations

2017-02-01

Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 23 – Finding Refuge in Bodily Sensations

 

Hosts: Paul Garrigan and Simon Mott

 

In this episode of the show, Paul describes a way for us to find peace in daily life by moving our attention to bodily sensations. This practice is at the core of the Hope Mindfulness program. Resting in the body is something we intuitively know how to do, so the intention here is for us to use this natural technique more effectively.

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Episode 22 – Building an Online Recovery Community with Paul Churchill

2017-01-17

Paul Churchill (Recovery Elevator)

Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 22  – Building an Online Recovery Community with Paul Churchill

Host: Paul Garrigan with guest Paul Churchill

In this week’s episode, we are delighted to have Paul Churchill from Recovery Elevator on the Show. Paul has built a successful online recovery community, and his podcast is coming up to 1,000,000 downloads. Today he talks about the importance of community for those trying to break free of addiction, and we discuss how modern technology such as podcasts can provide this.

You can listen to Paul’s podcast on his website or download it on iTunes or an Android app.

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Episode 21 – Setting Goals with Henk

2017-01-04

Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 21 – Setting Goals with Henk

Hosts: Henk Nagel & Paul Garrigan

This is our first podcast of the New Year (2017), and it seems like the perfect time to discuss the benefits and practicalities of setting goals. Having something to work towards can be highly beneficial for people in recovery, so long as we remember to enjoy the process of reaching them and don’t become too obsessed with achieving them.

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Episode 19 – Staying Motivated with Parice and Petra

2016-12-06

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Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 19 – Staying Motivated with Parice and Petra

Hosts: Parice, Petra, and Paul Garrigan

In this episode, Parice and Petra offer some tips for staying motivated in early recovery and beyond

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Episode 18 – King Baby

2016-11-29

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Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 18 – King Baby

 
Hosts: Simon Mott and Paul Garrigan

In this episode, Simon discusses the concept of ‘king baby syndrome’. This refers to certain personality traits that can get in the way of recovery.

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Episode 17 – Shame

2016-11-23

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Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 17 – Samina Talks About Shame

Hosts: Samina Khan and Paul Garrigan

In this episode, Samina talks about shame. This is a pattern of thinking that can trap us in addiction and make life miserable for us even after we have broken free of alcohol or drugs.

 

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Episode 16 – The Mindfulness Approach to Addiction Recovery

2016-11-15

Hope Rehab Buddha

 

Hope Mindful Compassion – Episode 16 – Paul Explains the Mindfulness Approach to Addiction Recovery and Obsessive thinking

 

Hosts: Paul Garrigan and Simon Mott

 

In this episode, Paul discusses the mindfulness program at Hope and how this approach can be of value to those looking to escape addiction.

 

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If you want to find out more about our this approach, you can read our free mindfulness manual