Happy New Year’s Eve! This podcast episode is absolutely perfect to prepare for 2019 as Debra Maldonado, CEO of the Academy of Jungian Spiritual Psychology talks all about goals, action and inaction (and the why behind each when making choices), and what love means to her. How do we know we are on the right path? Where are YOU choosing to spend your power and passion? What is in YOUR shadow? Trusting that all of these answers are already inside of you sounds a bit unreal, but truly…you already have what it takes to make your goals and dreams come true in 2019. Have a listen and Happy New Year!
Homeopathy may have been established in the early 1800’s, but it is still a mystery to many. Today’s guest is a Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine, Nancy Sacks, whom I’ve had the privilege to not only interview, but to see her as her patient. I believe in holistic healing and homeopathy is truly a holistic approach to helping your body heal from whatever is ailing it - and I’m not just talking about physical ailments, but perhaps emotional, spiritual, and certainly therapeutic ways. Nancy brings an extensive knowledge of healing, a history of her own healing journey, and culminates this into a “safe holistic haven” for any who are in search of a comfortable, safe space, real life approach to healing themselves. Nancy is fun, down to earth, and if you never really wrapped your head around how homeopathy can help? This is the podcast for you!
“Love isn’t something you find, it’s something you create.” The author of The Cosmology of Love: 70+ Ways to Experience Greater Love, Laura Smith Biswas shares the “5 Ways of Loving” to best communicate and receive love in our closest relationships. I was surprised to learn what 1 of the 5 I was, and was then a bit mystified on nailing down how my husband who is my best friend and lover on what his way of receiving love might be. I thought I was an expert after a decade of marriage! This only goes to show you that we all have something to learn and room to grow in the beautiful arena of love. Laura shares her own “sucking lemons” moments and how she found the sugar she needed to make “sweet lemonade” which culminated in her book and now a beautiful partnership at thelovemandala.com with workshops on love. I know you are going to LOVE (pun intended) today’s podcast interview!
“The Unsexy Ways You Talk Dirty to Yourself” - Yep, that pretty much sums up negative self-talk, doesn’t it? There is nothing sexy about self-criticism and today’s guest, Stephanie Miller, author of Confessions of a Failed Perfectionist: How to Get Over Self-Hate, Self-Sabotage and Feeling Like a Failure, a handbook to help those struggling with addiction and eating disorders, was a pleasant surprise of positivity. Since Stephanie LOVES surprises as a way of being shown love, I’m sure she will appreciate the use of the term. This episode covers shame, body-shame, and of course a healthy dose of self-love that guess what? CAN BE LEARNED! Wait until you get to Stephanie’s favorite quote at the end and just try not to be inspired to try your own healthy dose of self-love starting today! Enjoy this beautiful episode and look forward to her business partner, Laura Biswas next week!
Slow Travel. Location Independent Business. Living Life on Your Terms - even if those terms mean selling everything you own (or giving it away) and going on the road for 18 months with only what can fit in your Honda CRV. These are all things I was curious about when I learned about Kala Philo. She is a heroine in her own right that had the courage to go out on her own, envision a life outside of what we would consider the “norm” (What’s normal, anyway??) and create this beautiful life of slow travel, a location independent business, a minimalist lifestyle - only to find complete satisfaction and the love her life along her sweet journey. Come learn all about Kala in this podcast interview and see if this type of lifestyle might be your next grand adventure!