Shane Schulz is on a mission. He’s gained experience, knowledge and spiritual enlightenment through his own journey. He’s able to relate on a level many would not understand. He has knowledge of military academies, co-dependency, co-addiction, dependency and addiction, personality disorders, homelessness, abuse and child abuse. He understands varying emotions, self loathing, low self esteem, grief and depression. He’s familiar with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), types of suicide, ideations and therapy. He understands the importance of love and acceptance. After a bit of a hiatus and feeling a sense of dis-ease, a purpose yet to be fulfilled, and a heart that hadn’t beat for a purpose in some time.. it came suddenly.
After about 2 years of feeling stuck, that place inside us, most of us know, he felt the beat again and Arisen Strength was born. Listen to The Beginning- Arisen Strength Concept and Mission
Shane together with co-host Wayne Hacker bring you a weekly podcast Sunday nights at 8:00 p.m EST. They aim to help others bring their suppressed dreams and talents back to life again! Harnessing both your purpose and your strength. Do you know your purpose? Your strength? Arisen Strength is bound to awaken what’s already inside you.
A few episodes have included, but are not limited to Bullying, Lyme Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Mental Health Awareness Month, Lupus, Mold Awareness, Depression and PTSD, When Life Gets Hard, Domestic Abuse, The Freedom of Acceptance, Addiction, Understanding Depression, Donorship and the Human Factor, Autism, Self Esteem, and To Encourage and Empower.
Through his higher power, his God, and new-found determination that began anew with that beat of his heart it wasn’t just Shane who was born again that day, but Arisen Strength, too.
He shares his journey so that you might identify with him and the message he brings for you. When you think you have failed, lack self-worth, are without strength, with an unfulfilled purpose, he will bring back that strength in you and help you rise to your fullest potential. He’s a motivational speaker for Serenely Speaking which he also founded.
Shane and Wayne bring you topics often dismissed.
In an interview with Shane he mentioned primary and secondary emotion’s. I knew right away where he was going even though we didn’t stay on topic more than a minute or two. It’s important for me to mention this because by him being aware of the primary and secondary’s in such a way of already realizing how emotions impact our everyday lives, he’s able to utilize this knowledge as he helps bring you out of the emotional roller-coasters of life. The negative impact of our own emotions and the consequences that come with them can be devastating.
We need to learn how to replace negative feelings of hopelessness with a positive sense of well-being.
The www.arisenstrength.com website is born!
Arisen Strength events can now be found ALL in one spot!
1. Watch the show and chat with friends in the Arisen Strength Chatzy Show Room!
*They have a Mobile app built into the page for those who watch on their phone!
2. Twitter Feed
3. Facebook Feed
4. New Spotlight Videos
5. Both Shane and Wayne have their own Blog that you can comment on.
6. Feedback – They want to hear from you!
Check them out! There’s more to come.
https://www.facebook.com/ShaneSchulzHostofArisenStrength – Profile Arisen Strength
https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheArisenStrengthFamily/ – Brand NEW- The Arisen Strength Family
https://www.facebook.com/shane.schulz.speakingtotheheart – Profile (Serenely Speaking owns Arisen Strength)
http://www.chatzy.com/ArisenStrength – This is the Interactive Show Room where you can watch
the show and chat all in one place.
“How It Works In Reality” (Episode 19) – An episode where Shane and Wayne explain how they use the
Arisen Strength concepts in their daily lives
Thanks for this great piece Twinkle. We appreciate the mention and the notice.
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you’re most welcome, Wayne. It was my pleasure. I hope it helps those who didn’t know what you both do, know now, so they can check you out, too.
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