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  • Clara Hughes - Open Heart, Open Mind | mindyourmind.ca
    about a young girl that thought she had the world at her feet but realized she was at the world s It isn t a glamorous Hollywood style tour of Clara s life but it is filled with experiences to tug at your gut and to remind you that no matter what you can reach your dreams They say we should never meet our heroes but if there was anything to challenge that notion it would be Clara Hughes latest release Open Heart Open Mind Because when we see everything about a person good and bad we can relate to them on a new authentic level And that s just how it feels to read Clara s new book Clara s Favourite Hiking Trails by Clara Hughes 1 The John Muir Trail in California It s breathtaking literally and figuratively ranging from 7000ft to 14 200ft traversing the magnificent high sierra nevada mountain range It was my very first hike and I will always return to do it again 2 The Pacific Crest Trail I ve hiked about 500 miles of this long distance trail and will go back to hike more sections until I ve completed the entire thing My husband Peter has hiked the whole thing twice I feel this need to go and at least do it once 3 The Appalachian Trail It s my very first thru hike I completed this in the winter spring summer of 2015 What I like most about the AT is the culture Feeling the strong connection especially in the southern states to the Appalachian corridor was something I d never experienced before It wasn t just the hikers who had this connection it was everyone They loved and lived in these mountains for generations and it was literally in their

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/clara-hughes-open-heart-open-mind (2015-12-28)
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  • Tyler Bryden | mindyourmind.ca
    access and use of community support both professional and peer based Through the use of active engagement best practice and technology mind your mind inspires youth to reach out get help and give help What makes us unique What is our vision We aim to provide a platform for youth their stories and their point of view ask for youth input and make changes as necessary go where youth are we don t expect to be a destination use art music video and other creative modalities to engage youth strengthen youth adult partnerships Our main partners and collaborators are young people across the world We utilize a unique model of youth adult co creation when we plan design and create everything that we do locally nationally and beyond No matter what we create our youth teams are core to its creation What s the history of mindyourmind mind your mind is a program of Family Service Thames Valley It was originally an outgrowth of the Youth Discovery Program part of the London Mental Health Crisis Service LMHCS which in 2001 began facilitating groups in community based centres schools drop in centres inpatient outpatient etc LMHCS is currently operated by the Canadian Mental Health Association CMHA The rest is as they say history In 2004 We ran our first youth ambassador program to develop a DVD Debbie Bento names it mind your mind which becomes our formal name In December we launched a beta of mind your mind ca In 2005 10 youth ambassadors create the founding content for mind your mind ca We officially opened our website to the world We won the Pillar Innovation in Administration award In 2006 We held our very first Street Team We officially became a program of Family Service Thames Valley We launch the first version of our pro portal to support youth mental health professionals In 2007 We joined Facebook and YouTube marking a new kind of engagement Won the 25th Anniversary Great Grant Award In 2008 We won the Champion of Mental Health Award We won the National Media Award We were a finalist in the Stolkholm Challenge We joined Twitter We ran our first Get Real NationWide campaign with youth across Canada We create our first digital version of our Reach Out Game In 2009 A dark day mind your mind closed for 9 weeks due to lack of funding MTV came to our office to offer their support We returned with tremendous support from our partners and stakeholders We partner with the London Middlesex Health Unit and Kids Help Phone to make interactive tools In 2010 Our youth contribute 1320 hours of volunteer work through the year We win the Pillar Community Innovation Award We host our first International Youth Day Mashup We complete a program evaluation 65 of repeat visitors on mind your mind ca get help We launch iCopeU a personalized website for University and College campuses across Canada In 2011 Our youth contribute 1425 hours of volunteer

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  • Okilly Dokilly | mindyourmind.ca
    really nice to go out and scream into a mic occasional nights Music has definitely helped pick me up I turn a lot of frustration into exercise as well Running really does a lot for your mental health Rea diddly o the rest of our q a s and have yourself an Okilly Dokilly day Questions by mindyourmind Youth Lead in Partnership Development Taylor How did you decide that a Ned Flanders theme was right for your band The theme and idea actually came before the band so we built the band around it The irony of such a friendly character playing such aggressive music was really humorous to us Does this mean Ned is everyone in the band s favourite Simpsons character I m not sure about the whole band but he s mine You have your first show September 5th in Phoenix Is the band ready to show the world what Ned Flanders is really all about We are We re really excited for it and we re fine tuning the live show in the days leading up to it Ned s an obnoxiously friendly dude Would you say your music follows suit The music is pretty aggressive and quite unfriendly The band itself hopes to capture the friendlier aspect of the character We re keeping our demo free and we re happy to do that A lot of young people use music as a way to get through tough times Would you say music helps you get through How else do you cope with tough times Despite the humorous aspect of the band it is really nice to go out and scream into a mic occasional nights Music has definitely helped pick me up I turn a lot of frustration into exercise as well Running really does

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  • Barak Shavit | mindyourmind.ca
    researcher tries everything she can to save him After everything fails they try as a last resort to perform a NDE near death experience basing on the restart effect it has over the human mind This is the story Now to take it a step back to our reality it is documented in many cases of NDE that consciousness activity continues after death This is supported by the fact that many people have recalled in detail events while they were clinically dead And more than that they sometimes deliver information about events they were not physically present for This means that consciousness is not only formed in the brain but that the brain might also be some kind of a receiver of consciousness On top of that most people who came back after NDE were extremely changed in the way they saw the world and how they acted to the people around them Inspired by the NDE findings and a few spiritual teachings I came up with the term iSyndrome iSyndrome is a term describing the misidentification of one self It usually occurs when consciousness identifies itself with a physical or a mental process The majority of people are not aware their consciousness is not formed in the brain but rather their brain is functioning as a TV set Screening received information Since the attention is given to the screen and not to the projector confusion is created Just like you lose yourself for a moment in a movie you can be lost in iSyndrome for life What message do you hope to send out with your film I m aiming for a certain experience the viewer would have of somewhat of a shift in the personal point of view I know it sounds a bit clumsy in words and this is exactly why I want to make a movie because on top of the messages we ve discussed above you can create an experience that has no equivalent in words How do you think our awareness of inner consciousness can create change Is there any other real change we can create Over most of the things in our lives we have no control and can t change them I can t change my dad I can t change the weather The only thing that I have control over is my attitude or perspective and that also sometimes seems impossible to change I love Rumi quote about this He Who Looks Outside Dreams He Who Looks Inside Awakes I believe true change is an inner one and that is what generates a change in the outside world You mention that themes related to consciousness are not being talked about in our society nearly enough What sorts of topics do you want to increase conversations about All of the above that would be a good start You talk about the notion of who we really are How do you think we can discover who we really are I think we can

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  • Elaine Lui | mindyourmind.ca
    to divide myself from it when I worked so hard to create it That said I also play golf I hang out with my friends I read a lot I travel I shop but none of that helps me recover from my job I do all of it because I enjoy all of it What value would you say celebrity culture and gossip have in our society Why do you think people love it so much We ve been gossiping forever Thousands of years ago people gossiped about empresses and pharaohs The hieroglyphics proved that A few decades ago they gossiped about politicians and we still do When we gossip we are communicating We are sharing with each other our social expectations our boundaries our moral limits It s nothing to be embarrassed about Has any celebrity gossip ever shocked you All the time Celebrities can be shockingly self indulgent narcissistic and badly behaved Which is great Otherwise we d be bored Was there an important book for you when you were getting a handle on who you were and wanted to be I read a lot and I read a lot of everything so I m not sure I can narrow it down to one book But I did write a memoir called Listen to the Squawking Chicken about my mother And my favourite memoir is The Tender Bar by JR Moehringer about growing up in Long Island without a father and how the people at the bar filled that role for him The book is beautiful and honest and I wanted mine to be the same Feng shui holds a lot of power in your life including partaking in rituals such as using eye drops every morning and eating a papaya each day Do you have a mantra that helps to steer you Or perhaps a method to the madness Keep working And work hard Hard work is always achievable What is your greatest struggle right now And how do you deal with those moments in life when you feel low or down and out Everyone has moments when they feel inadequate or frustrated or impotent I try not to get too myopic about my own petty problems though especially since part of my job is to call out celebrities on their bullshit first world problems On days when I m not at my best though I treat myself to a very very good dinner my favourite foods and a lot of it Eating makes me happy always Relationships between mothers and daughters tend to be complicated and this is something you explore openly in your sort of memoir Listen to the Squawking Chicken When Mother Knows Best What s a Daughter To Do What would you say is the most important lesson you learned from your mother so far Keep working And work hard Hard work is always achievable This was already an answer above but my ma told me that even if I couldn t be

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  • Lee Crutchley - How To Be Happy or at Least Less Sad | mindyourmind.ca
    to dedicate more time to learning more about themselves It forces people to reflect on the positive things in their life rather than on the negative Can you tell us more about your goals for the workbook I think your question actually contains a lot of the main goals I had for the book The only person who can ever truly know what makes you happy is you even though it can be incredibly hard to realise that when you re depressed So that was my main aim for the book really I wanted it to help people realise that no book can tell them the secret formula for happiness But also that they have all the tools they need already within them they just need to dig around and find them You have another book with a similar creative workbook style titled The Art of Getting Started Where did the inspiration for these workbooks get started How did you come up with each theme The themes both came from personal experiences I ve struggled with procrastination and fear of failure for as long as I can remember and I ve suffered with depression on and off since I was a teenager The idea for the workbook style approach was almost a rebellion against the self help books I d read I ve read a lot of them in the last few years and very few of them actually helped me to help myself and it feels like that should be the main purpose of a self help book So I set out to make self help books that actually function as self help books I ve found that I ve learned a lot about myself from filling out the sheets and was quite surprised by my answers Did you find that you learned a lot about yourself by filling out this workbook Did anything surprise you Please share I always felt like I was a pretty self aware person but I still learned so much about myself while working on this book The biggest thing I learned was about my negative thinking patterns I always knew I was prone to negative thoughts but being able to recognize definite labels such as emotional reasoning and black and white thinking was a massive help to me Another big thing I learned is that I actually know what makes me happy and before I started working on this book I was certain I had no idea What is most rewarding to you about this workbook When you re feeling down happiness can seem an impossibly long way off and doing anything at all can feel like so much effort But working through a few pages in this book even the simplest tasks can help you to feel more pro active and realise that you can take control of your own happiness What is your favourite exercise in the book The exercise that asks you to imagine you are 90 years old and

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  • Rob Stewart | mindyourmind.ca
    his most recent release being Revolution This film follows up on his previous documentary Sharkwate r and takes you on a journey all over the world It shows that we as a population need to act if we want to save our Earth from ocean acidification pollution species loss and many more global issues Having seen the film I would highly recommend watching it it really is an eye opener and shows that humans have enormous capabilities when it comes to changing the world I ll be honest I was pretty star struck when I first got on the phone with Rob I had seen his film Sharkwater 2006 quite a few years ago and as a young shark fanatic I instantly fell in love with it I never imagined that I would actually get to have a conversation with him Sharkwater has forever changed my life and so has Revolution all for the better of course After seeing Sharkwater I knew that one day I would become a marine biologist and it has been my dream ever since Rob is such an insightful and positive person and he continues to inspire people young and old all over the world

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  • Gord Bamford | mindyourmind.ca
    a kid s face light up who is really sick and all he wants to do is go to Disneyland It puts it all into perspective as to why I think God put me on earth to do what I do because it s helping other people Having grown up on Bamford s music fan and mindyourmind volunteer Christel was very excited to ask the country singer some interview questions Questions by mindyourmind volunteer Christel What inspires you to write country music What keeps your passion going I just love to write simple songs in hope that they can connect with the listener and maybe change someone s life for the better You ve experienced a lot of fame and success in country music Would you say this has changed you or your personality in any ways Not at all I don t look at it that way whatsoever It s a job that I love to do and I am no different than anyone else I still walk the same streets and go to the local grocery store like everyone else How do you deal with stress while touring What are some ways you like to de stress Touring does get very stressful and you get tired sleeping on a bus is not always ideal I just try to remind myself how fortunate I am and stay positive for the most part You have a charitable foundation called the Gord Bamford Charitable Foundation and it has generated almost 1 5 million since its inception in 2008 You ve raised money for charities like Make A Wish Foundation Ronald McDonald House Big Brothers and Big Sisters and numerous children s hospitals all across Canada Why is this work important to you The Foundation is the best part of what I

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