The Peaceful Mind Podcast

Danielle Thienel

The Peaceful Mind Podcast for busy moms is your personal resource to renew, balance and strengthen your mind, bringing peace to all areas of your life. You’ll hear directly from Danielle Thienel, certified life coach, mom of three and a member of the Catholic faith, as she shares life coaching tools and concepts through a faith-based lens. Easily apply this podcast’s wisdom to your own mom life and learn how to harness the power of your mind in order to feel better and have interior peace, no matter what life holds.

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Episodes

112. The 7 Key Relationships with Dr. Paul Jenkins

Episode Notes On this week’s episode I have the pleasure of introducing you to fellow coach and friend, Dr. Paul Jenkins. He is a clinical psychologist, speaker, trainer, and author who empowers individuals and families to go far beyond traditional therapy to create and live the life they love through

065: Being Highly Sensitive with Tammy Goen

Has anyone ever told you that you’re too sensitive? If you often find yourself overstimulated and often feel things very deeply, or are easily affected by what’s going on around you, then you might be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP).  In this episode, I talk with Tammy Goen, who specializes

111. Become a Cyclone Mom

Episode Notes The life of a mom can often times feel like a chaotic storm.⁠ But instead of being any storm, I want you to become a specific kind of storm.⁠ I want you to be a cyclone.⁠ Because cyclones draw its power from a calm center.⁠ Without a calm

064: The Law of Attraction and Weight Loss with Zehra Mahoon

Have you ever wondered how the Law of Attraction works? Learn from Zehra Mahoon and Nicole Hale as they share with us what the Law of Attraction is (and also what it’s not) and how to harness it’s power for weight loss. You’ll hear about the science behind this, but

110. How To Not Worry (for very long)

Episode Notes The physical world we live in does a great job of convincing our reasoning mind to take fear and worry seriously and give it a lot of energy. But this conditioning can be unwound and I am sharing the steps of how to do it. On this week’s

063: Living with Type 1 Diabetes with Colleen Mitchell

If you are a type 1 diabetic struggling to live the life you know you deserve, then this episode is for you! Colleen Mitchel, a life coach for women with type 1 diabetes and podcast host of This is Type 1, joins me this week. We have an empowering discussion

109. The “What-If” Syndrome

Episode Notes Today we are shedding light on what I call the “What If Syndrome.” If left unchecked there is a part of our brain that will try and keep us safe by urging us to keep our life small and comfortable and it often will give us mean and

062: Pushing Out Of Your Comfort Zone

One of the reasons why weight loss can be so darn hard sometimes is that we like to stay in our comfort zone. We get used to a certain way of eating, and even though it may be harming us physically or emotionally, it’s what we know best, and so

108. Lessons From My Swimming Pool

Episode Notes Knowing clearly what you want is important to reaching your goals. Otherwise it’s cloudy on what to do next and you lessen your chances of achieving them. On this week’s episode of The Peaceful Mind Podcast, however, I share the three lessons learned from wanting, building and having

061: Transforming Your Health From the Inside Out with Sue Hitzmann

Do you struggle with chronic pain, or just not feeling fantastic in your body? If so, you’ll want to tune in to this episode. I talk with Sue Hitzmann, exercise physiologist, neurofascial researcher, and creator of the MELT Method. We discuss not only why we feel pain or discomfort in