Hi. I am Dr. Neha, a physician, communications expert and creator of the i-Five Conversation, a practical tool that’s at the heart of the communication cure. The i-Five Conversation is for anyone who’s interested in handling challenging conversations with ease in order to improve their interpersonal relationships, decrease your stress levels and improve your overall health.
The i-Five Conversation makes five important connections that allow you to have challenging conversations with ease. These five components are interpreting your body,
Doctor Neha: Welcome to Talk RX with Doctor Neha. This week I have a special guest Rochelle, and we are filming in Costa Rica at Rochelle’s Qoya retreat. I asked Rochelle to come here and have a conversation about Qoya because it’s had such a huge impact for me personally, helping me get in my body and enjoy my body. For those of you who have been following me for a while, you know that I’m a physician and so I’m in my head and work with people on what’s wrong with their body and help fixing that physically.
Doctor Neha: Welcome to Talk RX with Doctor Neha. Today I have a special guest. I met Henrietta at WorldWomen17 in New Zealand, and we are on a lunch break. She agreed to ask her question so all of you can learn. How old are you Henrietta?
Henrietta: I’m 16.
Doctor Neha: 16—now we’re going to get the perspective from a young woman and what question she might have to ask around communication or life,
Doctor Neha: Welcome to Talk Rx with Doctor Neha. Today I have a special guest. We’re in New Zealand. This is Suz. She is a brave soul willing to ask her questions so that all of you can learn. So, welcome.
Suz: Thank you. Welcome to New Zealand.
Doctor Neha: Thank you. It’s been such a wonderful, wonderful trip. Tell me, what have you been thinking about?
Suz: I was really touched by your conference talk yesterday,
Doctor Neha: Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. We are filming in Costa Rica, and today I have Becca with me. She has been thinking about her communication and said she’d be willing to share her question so that all of you could learn as she does. Thank you, Becca.
Becca: Thank you.
Doctor Neha: Tell me what you’ve been thinking about.
Becca: One thing that comes up is when I’m one on one or with someone I know and comfortable,
Doctor Neha: Welcome to Talk Rx with Doctor Neha. We’re filming in Costa Rica, and I’m actually at a Qoya retreat with my dear friend and Qoya teacher, Rochelle. She is a brave soul willing to ask a question, have a conversation, and share about communication so that all of you can learn as we both do. Thanks for coming, Rochelle.
Rochelle: Thank you. I’m so excited.
Doctor Neha: What are you thinking about?
Rochelle: One of the things that’s at the center of my life right now related to my desire to begin a journey of motherhood.
Doctor Neha: Welcome to Talk Rx with Doctor Neha. Today we’re filming from New Zealand, and I have an amazing guest named Kathryn who is willing to talk about communication and ask questions so that all of you can learn. A brave soul. Welcome, Kathryn.
Kathryn: Thank you. Thank you for having me.
Doctor Neha: You are a delight. So, tell me. What have you been thinking about in communication?
Doctor Neha: Welcome to Talk Rx with Doctor Neha. We are filming in New Zealand from World Women 17. My special guest today is Zlata. I met her here at the conference. She’s a brave soul who’s willing to ask her communication questions so all of you can learn. Welcome, Zlata.
Zlata: Thank you. It’s great to meet you. Thanks.
Doctor Neha: Tell me, what have you been thinking about?
Doctor Neha: Welcome to Talk Rx with Doctor Neha. Today, I am here with Angela. We’re filming in New Zealand at World Women 17, which is about bringing women together, connecting us, and empowering us to the next level of who we are. Tell me, Angela. What is it that would bring you to the next level of who you are, and what communication question do you have?
Angela: Thanks, Doctor Neha, for having me. Having experienced the Canterbury earthquake,
Doctor Neha: I almost feel like back in the day when there were medicine men and medicine women in a village, we knew that half of healing was the relationship between you and your healer and the other half is what we prescribe and your body really doing a lot of the work. But I believe that relationships and how we communicate with each other and the trust that we build and the rapport is a big part of the healing.