October 12, 2016
Join Laurie and Shanti as they explore the power of self-directing your own nervous system. Shanti explains that there is a moment of Presence that is available during trauma, that can allow you to use conscious awareness through your body as a barometer. Shanti takes us through an experience of her "Just this Breath" technique that can open doors for deeper embodied living. Simply put, you can remember your true nature through the breath.
Shanti Medina is the founder of Body Current®, a proven application of simple somatosensory practices and entrainment principles to empower self-realization and embodied living with each breath. She is a Certified Neurosculpting®Facilitator and Yoga Therapist sharing her Body Current curriculum as a presenter at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health as well as faculty for the Neurosculpting Institute Facilitator Certification.
Find out more about Shanti at www.EnergizeShanti.com
October 6, 2016
Join us as we discuss the importance of connection to place, plants and food for vibrant health and well being. Learn about some of Gina's inspiring projects including the Living Earth Symposium that happens annually in South Lake Tahoe, bringing together world renowned herbalists, healers and earth stewards for a weekend of education and celebration (Oct 13, 14 & 15th, 2016). Learn about her free clinic project, her herbal CSA and her new foundation that is working on land restoration projects.
To find out more please visit: http://woodsapothecary.org/
With...... Gitanjali Hemp
September 21, 2016
Nancy Swisher is a Transformational Coach, Spiritual Mentor and Author. In her new book, The Life That Woke Me Up Was My Own, she takes us on a journey of being disconnected from the fullness of her Being and then shows us the choices she made to reconnect.
"“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Without an ounce of hesitation, I said, “I already am who I want to be.” I don’t remember what happened next. I could speculate, which I will do. The milkman may have told my father what I said. I may have gone into the store for a Popsicle and overheard them laughing. But what I do know is that the milkman ignored my answer."
September 13, 2016
Listen in as Carolyn and Edward take a deep dive in what it really takes to be successful in growing a small business -- and, no, it isn't the normal advice you hear. This comes from someone who has spent 40 years, through successes and failures, creating a business that can be called wise -- it is profitable, does good work in the world and makes the lives of its customers better.
Edward Dick has spent 40 years building his very successful instrument repair business. In addition to repairing instruments he builds them and is the founder of the Colorado School of Lutherie where students come from all over North America to learn the art of building instruments.
His insights into business, though, go far beyond the instrument repair business. As he says in the podcast, he gains insights for his own business by watching and learning from all businesses.
You can find Edward online at: www.victorguitar.com.
September 7, 2016
Paul Zelizer is one of the first business and marketing coaches to focus on the needs of conscious entrepreneurs and businesses. Paul runs a global coaching practice supporting them in growing to the next level while staying 100% true to their integrity. He’s also the former Director of Social Media for Wisdom 2.0, one of the premier mindfulness brands in the world. Paul’s latest venture is Wisdompreneurs, a global startup focused on bringing entrepreneurial skills to transformational leaders and to bring easy to implement mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence practices to the entrepreneurial world.
We spend a great deal of our attention and time in our work world. Join us as we talk about bringing more mindfulness and intention towards this huge aspect of our life and explore what it means to cultivate a sense of community in the work place and in our businesses.
Find out more at paulzelizer.com
With...... Gitanjali Hemp
August 30, 2016
Nicola Millington founded the UK-based marketing company, FP Comms with the tagline of "Marketing with Love." It was quite an unusual choice when she first opened--she wasn't sure people would understand it, But she knew it was right for the company she was building. It is the essence of how she does business.
Nicola says, "Brave people make changes by doing something that does not feel wrong, but it does feel uncomfortable.Yet it's the right thing to do. You don't even feel brave. You just do it."
Listen in to Carolyn, Laurie and Nicola muse about finding the strength of your own voice and trusting it, how hard it can be to build a great business ("Richard Branson didn't tell the whole truth of it."), marketing for bloggers and what young entrepreneurs need.
With hosts Laurie Seymour and Carolyn Turner.
August 26, 2016
Melanie DewBerry works with people to help them remember who they are in their highest most holy self. She weaves together her Native American Wisdom with her highly attuned intuition to help people reach their own spiritual alchemy.
Listen in as Melanie shares with us what she means by 'Indigenous Nature'.
Join us as we discuss how our sense of value and self-worth is intrinsically connected to our sense of belonging. And when we begin to realize and embody that we belong to the earth, that we belong to one another, that the essence of who we are is intricately and inextricably interconnected and woven into the tapestry of all of creation, we tap into limitless potentials that support us in our most brilliant unfolding.
Melanie has been a coach for 18 years and was a leader with the coaches training institute for 10. She has taught coaching around the world including to inmates in 2 prison systems. She now works with private clients who want mores spiritual agility, purpose and meaning. She has given 2 Ted talks including the 'Power of Naming' which is also the title of her forthcoming book with Hay House.
Find out more at www.melaniedewberry.com
August 19, 2016
Honoring mind-body-spirit is no buzzword for Felina Danalis. For her, it's nothing less than her life's work. After serving for years in international development at places like the World Bank, and consulting in the sustainability industry in Europe, she witnessed a traumatic car bombing while working in the field. This was her breaking-open moment. Since then, cultivating her own spiritual fitness and helping others to do the same has been her passion, her calling and her business.
It was Felina's birthday when we recorded this! Listen as we explore...
- the depth of what it means to be spiritually fit
- the liminal spaces---in-between what is and what will be
- Felina's retreats in Greece
- what ancient cultures can teach us for thriving in the modern world
August 9, 2016
Why does Carl Contino call himself the Groove Coach? Learn how Carl reframed what he calls his "cognitive glitches" into the source of his untapped genius, living life as a wave.
Listen to this passionate coach speak about his recent transformation from hiding out as a cave dweller to living with visibility and participation.
Carl is in the midst of a Coaching Calls Challenge, offering 100 two-hour coaching calls...for FREE. He invites you to claim the freedom to "have a conversation you will remember for the rest of your life."
Sign up on his website to take part in his challenge! It's available only for the month of August. www.thegroovecoach.com.
with Laurie Seymour
August 2, 2016
Lisa Hunter is the Founder and Director of Sacred House in Boulder, Colorado. Sacred House is a global movement to discover 7.125 billion recipes for spirituality.
Lisa's life work focuses on supporting people to discover their own tailor-fit what she calls, Recipe for Spirituality.
Listen in to discover...
- How a longing for community and a spiritual place to call home impelled her to open Sacred House
- How we talk about what spiritual means
- How eHarmony was the catalyst for Lisa's next step
- What "spiritual autonomy" means