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Thursday Early Blend
Thursday April 9th, 2015 with Suzette Schmiedel
The Authentic Self

THE AUTHENTIC SELF. In life we sometimes get lost in the roles that we play. These roles stem from the outside expectations of society, others and ourselves. We are raised and moulded by the thoughts and beliefs of who others think we are or who they think we should be. But who are we really? On this episode of I Am Alive, we will hear the story of one woman who has travelled the journey into her authentic self. Maria Marrongelli is a transformational coach who has 9 years experience facilitating experiential workshops both in the US and Canada.. She will be sharing with us some of the wisdom she has gained along the journey into authenticity.
Cité D'or Et De Lumière
Louis Lachance - Le Grand Rassemblement Canadian
Lost And Found
Delerium - Nuages Du Monde Canadian
Full Circle
Half Moon Run - Dark Eyes Canadian
Alise Marlane - Room for Less Canadian
Toad in Love
Alise Marlane - Room for Less Canadian
Special Guest:
Maria Marongelli
Certified Transformational Coach, Facilitator and Massage Therapist
Contact Maria at
or visit:

Loving Yourself from the Inside Out
A Womans’ Journey back to her Au�entic Self
Dates: May 1st (evening only) Sat May 2nd & Sun May 3rd, 2015 (full days)
Location: Living Science Wellness Centre, 59 Iber Road, Unit 25, Ottawa
For more information contact Maria at
Interactive CKCU
Tony Copple
Enjoying Maria's description of this vital state of mind, necessary for joy in life (as distinct from happiness which comes and goes). Philippians 4:12,13 describes a very similar state: I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. I can do all this through him who gives me strength

7:53 AM, April 9th, 2015
Beautiful point Tony, describes well the state that allows us to perceive life through the eyes of acceptance and achieve contentment in all things. Another important point I wish to add to today's show is that not only do we need to explore the depths of our emotions but we also need to become the grand observer of these emotions instead of reacting outwardly (which can harm others and ourselves). The act of observing is what holds the power of transformation.

8:00 PM, April 9th, 2015