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Eaglevision Storytelling Photo and Video Editing Services

My name is Jackson Dionne.  Executive Director of the Indigenous Wellness Training Society.  Og Mandino says:

“I have one life and life is not but a measurement of time.  When I waste one I destroy the other.  If I waste today I destroy the last page of my life.”

He goes on further to say…

“I will beat upon my heart with gratitude as I consider all who greeted yesterday’s sunrise who are no longer with the living today.”

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On Becoming a Wellness Coach

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Episode 3 – Walk a Mile in his Mocassins

Hello.  Welcome to Episode 3 of this podcast.  We are changing our direction and posting podcasts that are to inform Indigenous People of Canada who may have addiction recovery issues/concerns.

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Can We Choose?

Having a choice and become willing.

Choice –

  • Choose to Approach Problems in a Cool, Calm, Collected Manner
  • Choose to Rest, Relax, and Rejuvenate Your Body
  • Choose to Calm Your Mind, Be Centered, and Think Clearly Under Pressure
  • Choose to Be Physically Tough and Full of Energy
  • Choose to be Mentally Tough, Emotionally in Control, and Action Oriented
  • Choose to Communicate in a Positive, Productive, Low-Stress Manner
  • Choose to Be Spiritually Strong, Resilient, and Joyful Every Day

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Pain and Progress

Pain and Progress

Pain is one of my favorite topics.  Lol, not in that way.

Definition – Newton Bill says “We grow at the speed of pain”  Bumper sticker “Pain is weakness leaving our bodies”

We grow at the speed of weakness leaving our body.  Emotional Pain.

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Part 1 Loss of Addiction Podcast – Episode 2

I went to my hometown when I was about 2 years into my recovery to do a thorough and honest step 9 with as many people as I harmed, which actually was not that many.  Met with some of my past friends who I drank with but was not the same.  Left my hometown with depressed feeling.  Half way through the 12 hour drive I thought to myself do I really want the same relationship I used to have with them because that would mean I would be drinking?  Then I thought ‘no’ I would not want it to be the same so that is when I realized I had to grieve the loss of my addiction.

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Into Gods Hands

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