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Untame the Wild Soul Video Podcast by Liz DiAlto

Untame the Wild Soul Video Podcast

by Liz DiAlto

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*Available in both audio and video in iTunes to satisfy your viewing/listening preference.* Untaming ourselves as women in the 21st century is about questioning our programming and conditioning and reconnecting to our TRUE nature. Do we want certain things because we think we're supposed to or a person or institution (government, religion, school, etc) taught us that's "how things work." Once we can identify the belief systems we operate under and determine whether or not we actually want to live this way - we have CHOICE. This podcast introduces you to powerful and inspiring women who have already done this and are living meaningful lives on their own terms. We also help you navigate some of the most important processes to understanding yourself like how to listen to your body, set boundaries, have courageous conversations with love, and more. This is about moving, nourishing and loving all your bodies - physical, spirit, mind, emotional and soul.


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EP166: Biz Chat with E: On Putting Yourself Out There and Earning Income before Your Business Takes Off


Thu, Apr 27, 2017


I get SO MANY requests from people to pick my brain about business that I decided to start answering them on the podcast sporadically. In this episode I talked about dealing with the fear and anxiety of putting yourself out there, how to take action and not get paralyzed so you can start building momentum, and what to do about earning income until your business takes off. I see a lot of people shooting themselves in the foot financially as they try to make businesses work and that's one of the primary reasons businesses don't work. Money stress is a pervasive energy. If either of these topics apply to you, enjoy!

Show Notes:

Here's the specific questions answered in this episode as they were presented to me:

#1. As I write this I feel anxiety running through my body as I have been playing with the idea of putting myself out there. My question is, did you feel fear as you started putting yourself out there and creating different opportunities? If so, how did you work through those fears? I feel like I have so much to share and create but I am paralyzed by doing so. It feels way too vulnerable for me sometimes.

#1a. Excellent question! And clearly so many of us can relate. I launched my first program last month (beta test). The day I started printing I was exhilarated. Scared. But excited. The next day the vulnerability hangover was so intense I fought with people I love, I abandoned all self care, and I doubted myself huge. I caught myself and turned it around quickly, thankfully. But damn it was so intense!

#2. The start up phase: how do you make sure the need to earn an income doesn't kill your creative freedom? I'm trying to move out of debts and into business for ages already, but all those bridge jobs tend to earn me just enough to live and take up all my time.. what's the way out and up?

#2a. This is my dilemma too, it's like I'm stuck in a loop of bridge jobs that take up all of my time, deplete me and leave me with no energy to do my business ?



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EP165: Rebekah Borucki on You Have Four Minutes To Change Your Life


Mon, Apr 24, 2017


Today's guest, Rebekah Borucki is someone I feel like I've "grown up with" over the last few years as we both used to primarily do "fitness stuff" and have branched into deeper and different things now. We took this conversation to places we don't usually go on the podcast, activism, privilege, miscarriages, death, and birth. We also covered some God ground, talked about prayer as a meditation practice and parenting (she's a mom of five and a doula!). I loved this chat and hope you do too. Enjoy!

About Rebekah Borucki:

Renowned Meditation and Yoga instructor Rebekah Borucki is on a mission. Affectionately called a ‘real-life superhero’ by her peers, “Bex” is known as the practitioner for peace of mind, and in her new book, You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life: Simple 4-Minute Meditations for Inspiration, Transformation, and True Bliss, she explores highly effective methods to soothe life’s daily stressors with meditation. As a mom-of-five from New Jersey, who’s never lived in an ashram or been to a meditation retreat in India, Rebekah found her path to peace as a teenager with meditation and overcame her childhood trauma to build a life filled with purpose and success. She has taught meditation as a profound act of self-care that can be executed effortlessly and effectively to hundreds of thousands of individuals. For more information on Bex’s book, visit www.BexLife.com/book.

In this episode, Rebekah shares:

1. Deconstructing various types of privilege: pretty, white, male, and more
2. How children show parents who they are
3. Discipline as a form of love
4. Different ways to "do activism"

 



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EP164: Samantha Skelly on How To Deal with Binge Behaviors (Especially Eating)


Mon, Apr 17, 2017


Today's guest is returning for her second time on the show AND happens to be one of my best friends on the planet, Samantha Skelly. Sam specializes in helping women recover from binge eating and in this episode we dive into that as well as other binge and restrictive behaviors. We talk about the resistance and coping mechanism aspect of these behaviors, why we develop them in the first place, how to love the parts of ourselves that choose those things. We also got into radical transformation and what it actually means, takes, and requires (hint: we're not quick fix or band aid on bullet wound type people, we're talking LONG TERM, sustainable strategies here.) We also spent a lot of time talking about shame, so whether or not binge eating is a thing for you - you can apply what we cover in today's episode to a variety of contexts. Enjoy!

About Samantha Skelly:

Samantha Skelly is an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, best-selling author, and emotional eating expert. As founder of Hungry for Happiness, a movement to empower women to overcome their disordered eating and body image issues, Samantha has revolutionized the weight loss industry by examining the individual and underlying causes of eating disorders. She has shared her mission on an international platform, with appearances on Global TV, Shaw, NBC, and, CBC. In 2013, Samantha was awarded “Top 24 under 24,” and in 2014, she was named a finalist for “Best Emerging Entrepreneur” by Small Business BC. Samantha continues to spread her message and transform the lives of thousands of people through her program, motivational speaking engagements, the Hungry for Happiness podcast, worldwide international retreats, and her best-selling book, Hungry for Happiness: One Woman’s Guide From Fighting Food to Finding Freedom.

In this episode, Samantha shares:

1. Intentionality behind consumption and indulgence
2. How shame informs decisions from self-violence to self-love
3. How trauma, scarcity, and presence all impact eating habits and behaviors
4. Developing a pleasurable relationship with food

 



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EP163: Emelia Symington Fedy on Trying to Be Good


Mon, Apr 10, 2017


This is a fierce conversation if I've ever had one. I was recently on our guest, Emelia Symington Fedy's radio show and we essentially started our conversation there, then got into all the things we couldn't cover on her show in this chat because lucky for me, I don't have to answer to a producer! We talked about integrity in art, creation and self help, spiritual capitalism and commodification, "money stuff", and I'll tell you right now, you're going to love her answer to our signature, "What do you love about being a woman?" question! Enjoy and let me know what you think!

About Emelia Symington Fedy:

Emelia hosts and produces her own 2x daily radio show called Trying to be Good where her and her guest go deep into what matters most to them. 1 interview. 1 hour. All heart and guts.

She’s comfortable live and on the spot, gives great interview and loves being on podcasts. Just ask.

She freelances for online magazines, print and radio. Big resume. Again, ask.

Emelia loves to perform her personal stories live.

She offers personal workshops on “how to be yourself onstage” and “how to be yourself online.” online.

She also does slammin’ reviews if you want a good and honest critique of your product/yoga studio/boyfriend.

Emelia’s is excellent at hosting facilitated conversations at events about contemporary spirituality, neo-feminism and the use of social acupuncture.

Emelia is a speaking gigger. She loves this maybe the most.

And if you need coaching on how to be your brightest, best self at a speaking gig, she can make that happen too; from initial writing to story arc to performance stylings. Give a call.

Check out www.thechoptheatre.com for more of Emelia’s art making.

She also teaches AcroYoga and private yoga sessions, with focus on grief and slow healing.

In this episode, Emelia shares:

1. Contrived vs authentic content
2. How it feels when something is canned and planned versus spontaneous
3. The challenges of being a creative entrepreneur (whether you like it, choose it or not!)

 



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EP162: Connor Beaton on Man Talks


Mon, Apr 03, 2017


This interview with Connor Beaton is a long time coming and I'm excited to share it with you today, wild ones. Connor is the co-founder of Man Talks, and organization that helps build better men. In today's interview, we got into all things MAN: man skills, what brings the "man" out in men, how men experience intuition and instincts, and more. Of course we also discussed how men and women's behaviors and experiences not only impact, but shape each other, too. Enjoy and be sure to let me know what you think!

About Connor Beaton:

Connor Beaton is the founder of ManTalks, an international organization focused on mens health, wellness, success and fulfillment. Connor is also an international speaker, podcast host and lifestyle entrepreneur. Before founding ManTalks, Connor worked with Apple leading high performance sales and operations teams. Since founding ManTalks, Connor has spoken on stage at TEDx, with Lewis Howes, Gary Vaynerchuk, Danielle LaPorte, taken ManTalks to over a dozen cities internationally and has been featured on platforms like Forbes, Huffington Post, HeForShe, The Good Men Project, UN Women, CBC and the National Post.

In this episode, Connor shares:

1. The male experience of and relationship to confidence and respect for both themselves and others
2. Instinct vs intuition
3. How nature helps us ALL connect to ourselves and is a brilliant training ground for life





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EP161: Emily Greener on Shifting Girl Culture


Mon, Mar 27, 2017


I love talking to people who are navigating big transitions because it's time when trust and identity are really called into question. How someone navigates that space says a lot about them and of course, it's a ripe time for life lessons. At the time of our interview today's guest Emily Greener, co-founder and former executive director of I AM THAT GIRL was still pretty fresh into a big transition and she was awesome enough to share some of the experience with us along with her valuable perspectives. In this interview we talk about not depriving yourself of the full range of human emotions, creating openings for yourself in life, the relationship between anger, the ego and blame, what happens when your identity is wrapped up in a job title and more. And we also went on a cool tangent about Christianity, Judaism and "the real" Jesus Christ. Enjoy!

About Emily Greener:

Emily Greener has an unparalleled ability to give companies the heart beat and soul that allows them to authentically connect with consumers, make an impact, and enrich the human experience from the inside out. She builds and executes strategies that help create systemic improvement for company culture and diversity, internal and external communications, cause integration and marketing, content and campaigns, and business development and partnerships. Her willingness to lead with vulnerability and her genuine passion for people makes her a trusted influence in the business of changing the world and shifting culture. She specializes in generation Y and Z, empowerment, and girls and women.

In 2008, Emily Greener and her Co-Founder launched I AM THAT GIRL, a movement inspiring girls to LOVE, EXPRESS, and BE who they are. As CEO, Greener built a meaningful brand and developed the strategy, content, programming, and support that inspires a community of over 1 million girls daily online and over 250 local chapters across the globe.

Greener’s work has been acknowledged at the prestigious DVF Awards where she won The People’s Voice Award and Oprah named Emily on her very first SuperSoul 100 list.

In this episode, Emily shares:

1. How to translate and interpret wisdom
2. Permission to feel all your emotions and what happens when you don't
3. Navigating big transitions



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EP160: Gordy Bal and Phillip Moore on Xploration Centre and How To Disrupt The Education System


Mon, Mar 20, 2017


I met today's guests at a conference in January and practically tackled them during the next break to get them on the podcast to talk about a topic that is fascinating, necessary, and not something we've discussed in depth on the show before - disrupting the education system. Gordy Bal and Philip Moore (who was mentored by Buckminster Fuller!!!), are collaborating to create Xploration Centre, a "wild school" that promotes loved based education. Now before you go rolling your eyes, listen to the show. They share how the current education is setting up children to be ill equipped to exist and thrive in a world where technology is developing at a more rapid pace than any other time in history. Phil schools us on "neoteny" and what that has to do with quality education and development for humans, to be unique, to help them learn and live in questions rather than trying to adhere to curriculums, exactness, and systems that are very exclusive to learning and personality styles. We talk about synergy, what it means to be a global citizen, and more. I don't know that I've ever been more excited about an interview. Enjoy!

About Gordy Bal and Phillip Moore:
Gordy Bal - Alchemist and Visionary
The Xploration Centre is what Gordy has been dreaming of for his own three sons. An education model that connects our children back to nature and prepares them for Xponential times. An education model that embraces entrepreneurial learning and sustainability in a natural environment. A space where young minds can discover their purpose and passion through Xploration and share their superpowers with the world to make it a better place.

Phillip Moore - Synergistic Guide and Educational Innovator
Mentored by Buckminster Fuller, Phillip began teaching at Upland Hills Farm School in 1971. He was asked to become the director of the school in February of 1972 and served until June of 2013. During this 40-year period, Phil developed teams on the staff and board level to grow a learning community.

In this episode, Gordy and Phil share:

1. What it means to be a global citizen
2. What is "eros" and what does it have to do with modern education?
3. Culturing our youth through synergy and consciousness
4. Getting away from trying to "control" children through behavior modification and recognizing all we can stand to learn from them as adults



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EP159: Jennifer Love on Money Mastery


Thu, Mar 16, 2017


Money is always a hot topic that stirs up lots of post-show conversation when we get into it with guests so today I've got Jennifer Love, founder of One More Woman and mentor to entrepreneurs at all levels. Collectively, she has been involved in the raising of over $100+ million and over the past 20 years has built several successful companies from the ground up. This woman knows money. In our conversation we cover money as a currency tool to create impact, dealing with money shame, and my favorite part - how to put on your scientist cap to learn, discover, have fun with, and treat money as information. Enjoy!

About Jennifer Love:

Jennifer Love is the Chief Executive Navigator of One More Woman – a fast-track, high-performance educational and advisory company that helps entrepreneurs take the stress out of the money equation so they can effectively raise, make, manage, and give money. 

She is a nationally-acclaimed mentor, international business strategist, speaker, and successful leader who has guided thousands of entrepreneurs to position their businesses for long-term, sustainable growth.

Jennifer ignites and charges the GPS system of every entrepreneur by showing them how to believe in themselves and by giving them the tools, support, and advice they need to get out there and make it happen.  That makes all the difference – and is what truly sets her apart.

A Serial Entrepreneur…

Jennifer combines 17+ years’ experience building and working with consumer (CPG) brands. Collectively, she has raised, participated in, or advised in the raising of over $100+ million for her and her clients’ ventures.

Under Jennifer’s leadership as a co-founder and former CEO, NibMor went from a kitchen concept to an award-winning wholesale chocolate company, with its products distributed in thousands of locations within five years. NibMor’s impressive growth was acknowledged by The Wall Street Journal and found its way onto two of Oprah’s famed lists, among many others.

Jennifer’s ‘Sweet Success’ was featured on the cover of Small Business Digest in July 2014. In 2015, Jennifer helped one of the brands she advises get funded on Shark Tank, successfully closing out a $1.1M funding round.

On stage…

Jennifer is a motivating force with an uncanny ability to simplify complicated concepts with her own unique brand of pizazz and sense of humor. Audiences walk away empowered with a newfound enthusiasm and willingness to go beyond what they had ever thought possible.

People often describe Jennifer as brilliant, charismatic, passionate, articulate, resilient, and resourceful. She prides herself on delivering respectful, honest, and direct communication – mixed in with a little spunk!

She is beloved by clients because she gets results. As one client once said, “With Jennifer, the only possible outcome is success.”

Off stage…

On a given day, Jennifer may be found serving as a judge for events like Startup Weekend, on stage speaking to a variety of audiences, advising and educating communities of entrepreneurs on and off-line, advising a client behind the scenes of Biz Fix with Marcus Lemonis, meeting with community leaders and government officials, negotiating with investors, or training entrepreneurs on both mindset and tactical skills.

Jennifer is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post focusing on entrepreneurship, fundraising, and gender disparity in the investment community. She holds a Master’s in Organizational Behavior, a Bachelor’s in Psychology, and is a Certified Health Coach.

An eternal optimist who is also grounded in hard analytics, Jennifer adamantly believes that the future will be led by entrepreneurs that place as much importance on social impact as they do on financial health.

She lives in NYC with her adorable dog, Maggie, who also serves as the company mascot at One More Woman.

In this episode, Jennifer shares:

1. How our relationship to ourself will always reflect our relationship to money and vice versa
2. Closing deals
3. Radical reciprocity
4. Charging and asking for what you're worth



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EP158: JJ Virgin on Miracle Mindset


Mon, Mar 13, 2017


Back in 2012 when I was still in fitness, a friend recommended that I follow JJ Virgin because she was up to "big things" in the industry. It was only a month or so after I did that her son was in an awful hit and run accident. I followed her posts and updates over the ensuing weeks and months to see how it would unfold and was amazed and delighted to see that against major odds, he pulled through and was able to not only live, but recover beyond anyone's wildest imagining - except hers. JJ was pulling for him to be 110% the whole time. In this interview we talk about how she made it through those difficult times, and is still doing so. And my favorite part is this - during a time when a lot of people would have totally excused it if she dropped everything, her healthy habits and self-care, her business, and any other obligations, she doubled down on all of it. She shares her reason why in today's interview and it's so so good. Enjoy!

About JJ Virgin:

Celebrity nutrition and fitness expert JJ Virgin teaches clients how to lose weight and master their mindset so they can lead bigger, better lives. She is author of 4 NY Times bestsellers: The Virgin Diet, The Virgin Diet Cookbook, JJ Virgin’s Sugar Impact Diet, and JJ Virgin’s Sugar Impact Diet Cookbook. Her memoir Miracle Mindset: A Mother, Her Son, & Life’s Hardest Lessons explores the powerful lessons in strength and positivity that she learned after her son Grant was the victim of a brutal hit-and-run accident. JJ hosts the popular JJ Virgin Lifestyle Show podcast and regularly writes for Huffington Post, Rodale Wellness, and other major blogs and magazines. She’s also a frequent guest on TV and radio and speaks at major events. In addition to her work with nutrition and fitness, JJ is also a business coach and founded the premier health entrepreneur event and community, The Mindshare Summit. Find articles, recipes, helpful online programs, and more at www.jjvirgin.com.

In this episode, JJ shares:

1. The toughest times are the most important to step up your focus, mindset, and practices
2. Habits are lifetime things
3. Have hacks in place for when negative stuff comes up
4. Your white knight is you

 



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EP157: Epic Sex with the Headmistress of Pleasure Layla Martin


Mon, Mar 06, 2017


Today's conversation is a deep one about sex with Layla Martin (pun intended...I couldn't help myself!). Called "The Headmistress of Pleasure" by Women's Health Magazine, Layla spent years studying sexuality at both Stanford University & in the jungles of Asia with Tantric masters. We explored all the things in this chat. From sensuality, play and energetic fullness, to different types of orgasms, better understanding female anatomy, and sexual shame. Related to shame and all the emotions and triggers surrounding sex, we also discussed how our bodies are designed to heal and how sex is not just a pleasure path but a healing one as well. Listen to this one a few times, especially if any of these threads strike a cord for you and of course, let me know what you think!

About Layla Martin:

Layla Martin is the golden standard of holistic sexuality of the millennial generation -- teaching highly intelligent, successful and conscious audiences how to have epic sex and totally incredible relationships through a new approach to the body and intimacy. Her mission is healing and evolving people's conceptions of what sex and relationships truly are. Layla studied human sexuality at Stanford University and then moved to Asia where she worked extensively with Tantric masters for over seven years, mostly in the jungle. All in all, she’s done over ten thousand hours of training in Tantra and sacred sexuality. Her approach is to take this deep wisdom, which is often overlooked because it is cloaked in overly hippy or new-agey language and design and make it highly accessible to young, modern, amazing people by making it entertaining and super fun. Layla brings her knowledge of ancient teachings, and seven years of extensive work with Tantric masters in Asia combined with her foundational education studying human sexuality at Stanford University to hundreds of thousands of people who are suffering from an approach to sex and relationships that has been shaped by hundreds and even thousands of years of old religious and social taboos around these topics that are no longer fully relevant to modern society and yet still play a large role in influencing how we approach love, sex and relationships.

In this episode, Layla shares:

1. Sex education for adults
2. Why cervical orgasms are Layla's favorite
3. How to navigate crying during sex from both partners' perspectives
4. Sexual shame for men and women

 



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EP156: Break Up Advice with Elizabeth DiAlto


Mon, Feb 27, 2017


Plot twist! For the first time in show history we had a scheduling mishap and had to call an audible. For today's episode I'm flying solo and diving into the topic of break ups. Since my most recent one, a handful of my friends have been seriously encouraging me to write a book called, "How to Break Up Like A Boss," which I'm not going to do, but the reason why is the reason for this podcast episode today. They watched how I took the energy that was going into the relationship and put it into things that were not only important to me for my own healing afterwards, but have helped propel my life, my work and my mission forward tremendously over the last few months. In this episode I cover how to grieve the loss regardless of whose choice it was, how to reclaim the energy that's not longer going into the relationship for yourself, how and when to extract the lessons from the relationship, taking your time, not beating yourself up, and what boundaries are important to have in place to protect and honor your healing. Please share this with anyone you know could use it right now. Break ups are tender times, but they're also ripe with opportunity for growth. I hope my own lessons, learnings, and practices can help.

Big Love, E



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EP155: Satyen Raja on The Path of the Warrior Sage


Sun, Feb 19, 2017


Put simply, this episode is about high quality showing up. Satyen Raja is a relationship expert, leader of leaders, and adoring husband and father. We touch on each of these roles in this interview and I invited him to take us the deepest around relationships and personal integrity. We talk about earning things from the school of life, true leadership, the relationship between action and wisdom, short term thrills vs long term aliveness, sexuality as a divine aspect and the deepest terrain of devotion, and shifting from a remedy mindset to an evolutionary mindset. And for those who are just as interested in feminine and masculine energetics as I am, you will LOVE his description of the feminine and masculine triads. This will be one you want to listen to more than once and invite your loved ones to join you for. I can't wait to hear what you think!

About Satyen Raja:

Satyen Raja is the founder of the WarriorSage Group of Companies – umbrella of Ignite Passion Now, Harmony Integration Academy, The Find YourSelf Journey, The Unforgettable Challenge. Through Ignite Passion Now, Satyen, his Wife Suzanne Raja have made it their mission to put a dent in the divorce rate by helping couples ignite their passion, for real, through live interactive entertaining experiences. Harmony Integration Academy is the premiere Coaching training utilizing the latest breakthrough innovative processes ,for those who want to make the deepest and fastest positive life transformations with their clients and themselves,while building a 6 figure plus income. The Find Your Self Journey are Elite Epic Adventure Tours of a lifetime,to exotic lands for persons of influence, desiring their next level of fulfillment, accomplishment and self discovery…. in Indiana Jones style! The Unforgettable Challenge is a one day mental, emotional, physical and spiritual challenge that eliminates the grip of fear and unleashes one`s true invincible power. A challenge shrouded in mystery and world famous in reputation with over 10,000 successful grads ,whom many claim has saved their lives for real.

In this episode, Satyen Raja shares:

1. Silent Power - what it is and why it's a great alternative to the loud and forceful power we're used to as a culture
2. Learning to lead from the "wobble"
3. Different flavors of love
4. When ferociousness is holy and sacred
5. Feminine and Masculine Triads



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EP154: Guru Jagat on Invincible Living


Mon, Feb 13, 2017


There is something about being able to relax into a powerful conversation with a woman who is fiery, confident, devoted, embodied, and deeply practiced and experienced that gets me so so excited! In this episode Guru Jugat and I talk about her spiritual path through kundalini yoga, keeping it "real" while doing deep spiritual work, some of the awesome topics from her new book Invincible Living, and for those who love the creative side of things, some of the process of bringing the book to life. I was totally in love with this woman by the time the interview was over, have a feeling many of you will be too. Enjoy!

About Guru Jagat:

Guru Jagat is the youngest senior Kundalini Yoga teacher in the world and the face of the new Kundalini movement. She is the founder of RA MA Institute for Applied Yogic Science and Technology, a premiere Yogic institute with locations in Venice, California and Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Guru Jagat’s other entrepreneurial pursuits include RA MA TV, the “Netflix” of Kundalini Yoga, and her record label RA MA Records. Her first book, Invincible Living, will be published in January 2017 by HarperElixir, an imprint of HarperCollins.  She lives in Los Angeles.

In this episode, Guru Jagat shares:

1. Spiritual materialism
2. The importance of having a personal practice
3. The power of lineage



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EP153: Kendra Cunov on Boundaries, Connection and Authentic Relating


Mon, Feb 06, 2017


Those of you who listen regularly know how juicy the conversation always gets when our guest is someone I've been wanting to dive in with for a while. Kendra Cunov is one of those people. I lost count of how many people told us we needed to connect and once we finally did, it was totally clear WHY. We jammed on some of your favorite topics in this episode: boundaries, cultivating connection with others and relating to them from a truthful, self-honoring and authentic place, healthy and unhealthy expressions of masculine and feminine energy, and parenting. Enjoy!

About Kendra Kunov:

Co-founder of Authentic World, Kendra Cunov has been teaching, facilitating, and (most importantly) practicing Authentic Relating & Integral Circling for the last fifteen years. She works with organizations, leaders & coaches who know that connection, truth & integrity are actually access points to success.
Kendra has consulted for companies such as Genentech & is currently on staff for 4PC, an elite mastermind for the top 4% of coaches in the world.
She brings a genuine care for people, as well as an extraordinary depth of insight, in service of people living truly fulfilling lives.

In this episode, Kendra shares:

1. Parenting and blended families
2. Authentic relating
3. States of being versus stages of development and how the two interact in life and relationships
4. Visibility and craving connection

 



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EP152: Patricia Moreno on Changing Your Identity and Living The Questions


Mon, Jan 30, 2017


Patricia Moreno has been training, mentoring and educating people all over the world for over 30 years. In an effort to end her own struggle with her weight, eating disorders and body image issues, she created The intenSati Method, a life transforming workout which combines her expertise in fitness, dance, martial arts, yoga, nutrition, meditation and spiritual practices.

I remember a few years ago today's guest spoke at a friends' event and hearing some of the people I trust most to be discerning about spiritual mentors absolutely rave about her. Like they couldn't get over how deep and powerful what she shared was for them. I'm happy to report I felt it to by the end of this interview with Patricia Moreno as well. This is one of those kitchen sink conversations where we covered so many things and somehow it all gelled together beautifully. We covered parenting as a spiritual practice, and what to do when the parents don't necessarily agree on everything (and we even got a special visit from her daughters at the end as they got home from school!!). We talked about the problem with a dieting mindset and how to make positive sustainable change, living in the life's questions, transforming your concept of self, and my favorite part - she shared the origin story of her life transforming workout the intenSati Method. Enjoy the interview, I can't wait to hear which part you love most!

About Patricia Moreno:

Patricia Moreno has been training, mentoring and educating people all over the world for over 30 years. In an effort to end her own struggle with her weight, eating disorders and body image issues, she created The intenSati Method, a life transforming workout which combines her expertise in fitness, dance, martial arts, yoga, nutrition, meditation and spiritual practices. Encouraged by her own transformation, and the life changing stories of her students, Patricia has gone on to create several other workouts, courses, and workshops including yogaSati, warriorSati, coreSati, danceSati and the intenSati Leadership Training. She is committed to being a powerful force for positive change in the world, and continues to find revolutionary ways to uplift her students and help them to change, inside and out. Patricia believes that through conscious, intentional living, a commitment to excellence and the power of love, every person is able to live a life filled with peace, happiness and joy.

In this episode, Patricia shares:

1. How to have a mind that follows your will (not the other way around!)
2. How to change your state before you change your behavior
3. Harnessing the power of your brain as an answer seeking machine



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EP151: Jill Coleman on How To Stop Obsessing Over Food


Thu, Jan 26, 2017


Some of you remember my dear friend Jill Coleman from her first appearance on the show in 2016. This time I've invited Jilly back to talk about something very specific that she is SO FREAKING GOOD at helping people with - Food Obsession. If you think about food all the time, beat yourself up about your choices, question yourself about it, feel frozen about making decisions because you've taken in so much conflicting or complicated nutrition information through books, magazines, and programs OR and you regularly don't know what to eat or can't enjoy an easy relationship to food for both vital energy and pleasure without feeling guilty or ashamed this interview will help.

About Jill Coleman:

In addition to launching her personal brand at JillFit.com in 2010, Jill Coleman was a co-founder of Metabolic Effect, Inc. Her 16-year journey in the health and fitness industry began when she got her very first job at a gym just for the free membership at 15!

Since then, it’s a been a whirlwind of education in exercise science and nutrition, fitness competitions, landing several national covers for fitness modeling and plenty of business growth. Her work has been featured in SELF magazine, Family Circle, SHAPE, Women’s Health magazine, Prevention magazine and many online news outlets like Yahoo Health, LiveStrong.com and AOL’s That’s Fit.

Her passion lies in coaching in the areas of mindset, body and business, which she does via her flagship program, The Best Of You (BOY) Coaching Club mentorship, as well as a few signature online programs, like the Mindset Makeover, the Food Obsession Boot Camp and her 52-week exercise program, the Total Training Experience (TTE).

In this episode, Jill shares:

1. Using food as a control mechanism so you can present a certain way
2. Using fullness, hunger, satiety and satisfaction to navigate the best choices for you personally
3. How to deal with all the reasons food creates guilt in your life - not finishing it, over-indulging, etc...

 



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EP150: Tasha Blank on The Dance of Life and Creating Connection


Mon, Jan 23, 2017


Something I love about young children is that they don't yet have the self-consciousness yet, because they haven't faced much rejection yet, to hold back from simply asking someone to be their friend on the playground. That's how I felt when Tasha Blank and I connected, and the playground was Instagram. The conversation basically went, "Hey I like how you be via your photos and your words, let's be friends." And once I heard her story, I had to have her on the podcast. Today's conversation is the result of a new, innocent, and friendly desire to connect with a kindred soul. We get into altering brain chemistry without using substances, dance as a path to connection, how life is full of maps and it's up to us to discover new territories. This is a really fun one. I know you will discover dormant parts of yourself as you listen and I can't wait to hear what comes up when you do!

About Tasha Blank:

Founder of New York City's legendary afterwork party The Get Down + force behind the global Deep House Yoga movement, Tasha has been a pioneer of positive club culture for nearly a decade.

She creates interactive sonic experiences that catalyze everything from underground warehouse parties and music festivals to morning raves and bass-heavy yoga events, and believes that dance is the quickest path to love in the here + now.

Whether bringing in musicians for spontaneous jams at festivals, or collaborating with her performance group The Get Down Crew to create infectiously high energy atmospheres, she works frequently with a wide range of live musicians including cellists, electric violinists, percussionists, full horn sections, beat boxers and MCs.

Her work with traditional African musicians has brought polyrhythms to 4 on the floor, and her live layered vocals add a soaring beauty and depth to both her deep minimal and big room tribal sonic journeys. Her DJ sets meet you in the moment + invite you on a physio-sonic trip into a newer, bigger you.

Clients, collaborations and features have included Cielo, Output, YouAreSoLucky, FunkBox, Envision Festival, Lightning in a Bottle, Burning Man, House of Yes, Google, Adidas, Samsung, W Hotel, Daybreaker, Luna bar, Yoga Journal, Wanderlust Festival, Lululemon, Elena Brower, Shiva Rea, Stephanie Snyder, DailyMail, Summit Series, Thump, New York Magazine, Thrillist, Refinery29, Flavorpill, Elephant Journal, Mantra Magazine, and MindBodyGreen.

Her weekly emails deliver inspirational words and extraordinary beats to thousands of music-hungry dancing maniacs. And more than anything: she wants to see you let wild your most liberated badassery.

In this episode, Tasha shares:

1. Finding yourself using dance as a path to connection
2. Discerning and interest from a calling
3. Languageless knowing - what it is and how you may experience it



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EP149: Robert Kandell on How to Show Up and Communicate Like an Adult in Relationships


Mon, Jan 16, 2017


I'm excited to share today's episode with you wild ones. Robert Kandell is not just an uber intelligent, successful and funny dude, he's got a breadth of experience that made for an awesome conversation. We explored many facets of relationships and intimacy, from emotional intelligence and self-awareness, to specific practices around communication and how to intentionally function in partnership by creating processes that prevent boredom, getting sucked into routines or becoming resentful over time. Finally, my favorite thing we got into - how women are getting messed up by their own masculinity. This episode is full of things I know many of you can relate to. Enjoy!

About Robert Kandell:

Hailed as “part football coach, part loving dad, and part slightly crazed drill sergeant” Robert Kandell has spent the last sixteen years helping people re energize their lives and build better relationships through more honest and authentic connection.

After building a successful consulting firm in San Francisco, he then took his business acumen and co-founded OneTaste in 2004 with Nicole Daedone. Taking on the challenging task of bringing conscious sexuality to the mainstream market, Robert built the company from scratch to a high seven-figure international corporation. He left OneTaste in 2014 to start his own Consulting firm helping small businesses become marketable and profitable.

Robert is also an accomplished teacher, coach, and lecturer. He brings his enthusiasm and acumen to his weekly podcast, Tuff Love, on subjects around relationships, intimacy, communication and gender dynamics. For information and recordings, please visit www.TuffLove.live.

In this episode, Robert shares:

1. How to navigate masculinity and femininity in relationships
2. The blunder that changed Rob's life
3. Emotional intelligence among men and women

 



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EP148: Rachel Rodgers on Writing The Rules and Having It All


Mon, Jan 09, 2017


It's probably about time that I confess to you all that this podcast gig is just as much for me as it is for you. It's the best excuse ever to connect with people I've been dying to connect with anyway - and we just happen to record our great conversations and everybody wins. That's what today's interview felt like with Rachel Rodgers, a woman I respect a ton and appreciate as a badass mom, wife, and business woman in the world. Plus, she is LOUD and hilarious. This interview is fun and rebellious. We talk about bucking traditions, making your own rules, innovating in life and business, and how to spot what your kids are passionate about and encourage them to nurture those things. A quick warning, Rachel might be louder than I am so enjoy listening, and you might want to turn the volume down to start ;)

About Rachel Rodgers:

Rachel is a business lawyer turned business coach, intellectual property strategist, creator of Small Business Bodyguard and all around badass.

Before Rachel was showing service business owners how to build powerful products, she was running a very non-traditional law firm that disrupted the legal industry by making it surprisingly easy (and damn fun) for innovative companies to work with experienced attorneys and get the legal help they need to do the crazy stuff they want to do.

In 2013, she created the Small Business Bodyguard: Cover Your Bases, Cover Your Assets, Cover Your Ass. This game-changing legal resource has been called “fun and engaging” by New York Times bestselling author Chris Brogan and a “graduate-level course on how to build a strong foundation for your business” by CEO of OurDeal, Kyle Durand.

Rachel is known for being an innovator and master of productizing services and creating high-quality, high profit products. SBB and the other legal kits she’s created have been transformative, generating over half a million dollars in revenue in just two years and serving 1,700 small businesses around the country.

Rachel has spoken on the subject of creating products, building solid service businesses and intellectual property in numerous venues including a class on CreativeLive, to MBA students at MIT and at various conferences including, InfusionCon.

Rachel received her J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York and her “MBA” the hard way, by building various successful ventures over the last 5+ years and learning from the best business minds out there. Before becoming an entrepreneur Rachel worked for various state and federal judges, a high-impact non-profit and Hillary Rodham Clinton.

When Rachel isn’t taking care of clients or creating new products, she enjoys baking in the kitchen (barefoot, with ros? in hand), lifting weights, juicing (the green kind, not the steroid kind), reading to her toddlers, being a “dance mom” and going on new adventures with her family (her favorite destination being France, of course!).

In this episode, Rachel shares:

1. How to actually do it all (and not hate your life)
2. Evolving your relationship to money
3. Being who you are no matter what

 



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EP147: Terri Cole on Real Love Revolution


Mon, Jan 02, 2017


There's a crass saying about break ups that, "The best way to get over someone is to get under someone else." That's certainly one way to go (and I can't say I haven't tried it in the past!), but the route I chose after my most recent one was to zoom in on the experience and really look at how I co-created all the parts that made it not a good fit. It's humbling work, not always pleasant, but so worthwhile for the long term and today's guest has played a pivotal role in the process with me. Terri Cole is a fierce and loving friend, brilliant therapist and coach, and someone with an abundance of wisdom and experience to share. She is super grounded as her new tagline, "It's not magic, it's psychology" indicates, and we dove deep into really important topics smart, highly driven and achievement oriented women (and men) should all be aware of in relationships. From our subconscious drivers and downloaded relationship blueprints to high-functioning co-dependency and gas lighting, this conversation is a big one. Listen more than once and pay attention for the parts that make you want to shut it off because they hit so close to home. We'll be doing a follow up webinar on Jan 11 to go even deeper and take Q+A, too. The link to register for that call as well as some extra resources Terri provided are all in the show notes. Enjoy!

About Terri Cole:

Terri Cole, LCSW, founder and CEO of Live Fearless and Free, is a licensed psychotherapist, transformation coach, and an expert at turning fear into freedom by combining practical psychology, thought innovation, and harnessing the power of intention to create sustainable change.

In this episode, Terri shares:

1. Unraveling control and manipulation in relationships
2. Understanding gas lighting, transference and secondary gain so you can spot them from now on
3. Looking at why we attract less than optimal romantic partners so we can stop doing it
4. Quitting co-dependency

 



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EP146: Philip McKernan on How To Create A Life That Means Something


Mon, Dec 26, 2016


All year I've been hearing the name Philip McKernan from people I really admire and respect like former podcast guests Giovanni Marsico and Samantha Skelly, so when his team reached out to us about having him on the podcast I was an instant, "Hell yes!" Philip believes the path to a happy and fulfilling life is found through the meaning we derive in life through the WORK we do, our relationship to OTHERS and the most important relationship of all, the one with ones SELF. In this interview we jam on all of that, along with other interesting stuff like navigating fear, uncertainty and limitations, the relationship between judgement and compassion, the purpose of pain, how anger keeps us from accessing our intuition and so much more. It's one of those conversations I didn't want to come to an end. You'll probably want to listen more than once. Enjoy!

About Philip McKernan:

Philip works with entrepreneurs and business leaders all over the world. When people are seeking clarity about their future or want to move through roadblocks, seen and unseen, they call Philip.

He helps people get clear on who they are and where they need to go. He helps them transition in their personal and professional lives so people feel aligned in all areas of life. Philip believes who and what we do ‘off the ice’ has a huge impact on our results ‘on the ice’.

In more recent times he has worked with the Canadian Olympic Team, The Pentagon and has shared the stage with other speakers like the Dalai Lama and Richard Branson.

With a knack of getting into all sorts of scenarios – he’s caddied in golf for the President of Ireland, been chased and nearly killed by a bull elephant in Nigeria and made wine in Australia. He has traveled to 80 countries around the globe and has worked with orphans in Sri Lanka, Peru, India and Guatemala, written 4 books despite being dyslexic and his first documentary film will be released in late 2016. The film explores how the gift of giving makes up feel more worthy and alive. It also explores the science behind the impact of giving on our emotional well being, our mental health, our physiology and our business’s.

Philip believes the path to a happy and fulfilling life is found through the meaning we derive in life through the WORK we do, our relationship to OTHERS and the most important relationship of all, the one with ones SELF.

In this episode, Philip shares:

1. Loving what you do, who you are and who you're with
2. How and where we lose our identities in life and what to do about it
3. Common misunderstandings about anger
4. Why people come together in partnership

 



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EP145: D?vashi Shakti on Feminine Embodiment and Tigress Yoga


Mon, Dec 19, 2016


It's rare that my enthusiasm reads as quietness, but that's what you're going to find in this interview, wild ones. It was so enjoyable to be with a woman who teaches and is into very similar things to Wild Soul Movement, and presents in a very different way. I stumbled upon Devashi on my friend Susana's podcast and knew immediately I must have her on the show. She is a private person and kind of mysterious but the gems she offers are deep - this conversation is an intriguing one. Enjoy!

About Devashi Shakti:

D?vashi Shakti - Founder of Tigress Yoga & Sacred Female Yoga teacher training, is a pioneer in feminine psycho-sexual development and practical Sacred Feminine wisdom. She has a few decades of experience as a practitioner, confidante and teacher. In her private practise, D?vashi has assisted thousands of women & couples to experience awakening of their internal energy. She’s passionate about providing sanctuary spaces for women to learn about their sensuality and sexuality in safe environments, without the ambiguous dynamics often found in the tantric world.

In this episode, Devashi shares:

1. What is feminine embodiment
2. Really being...and the many ways "thinking" gets in the way
3. Travel, nature, animals and how they can be our teachers

 



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EP144: Chandler Bolt on Self-Publishing School


Thu, Dec 15, 2016


So excited about our first Thirsty Thursday episode. This sporadic series is designed to go deeper on topics that I know some of you are super thirsty for, but probably aren't relevant to our general audience. Today's topic is self-publishing. It's something I'm super passionate about and love to geek out on with those who are too, which is why our guest, Chandler Bolt is perfect. He's the founder of Self-Publishing School and believes in our ever-evolving digital age, self-publishing is the best and only way to go. If you're someone with dreams of writing a book, have a listen and enjoy! This discussion could help bring your dream to fruition sooner than you thought!

About Chandler Bolt:

Chandler is the author of 5 bestselling books including “Book Launch” and his most recent book titled “Published.”. He’s also the founder & CEO of Self-Publishing School, the #1 online resource for writing your first book. Through his books, training videos, and Self-Publishing School, he’s helped thousands of people on their journey to writing their first book.

In this episode, Chandler shares:

1. The advantages of self-publishing over traditional publishing
2. What the process of self-publishing looks like
3. Why it's better to get your book done in a shorter time frame rather than dragging out the creative process



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EP143: Phil Drolet on How To Be A Well-Balanced (Hu)Man


Mon, Dec 12, 2016


So excited to share todays interview with you - Phil Drolet is one of my soul homies. When we get together it's straight giggles, loud and wild expressiveness, FUN, and a little bit of weirdness. In this conversation we talk about the importance of pace and balance especially for ambitious people, reading your inner compass, challenges, expectations, stepping out of your comfort zone with intention, and more. Enjoy!

About Phil Drolet:

Philippe Drolet is a Peak Performance coach and a former National Team swimmer who has studied with spiritual masters around the world (Shamans in Peru, Healers in California, Tantric Masters in Bali). He now combines the best of performance psychology and Eastern wisdom to help clients achieve world-class professional results while experiencing greater peace, balance and harmony. Philippe has been a guest speaker at Stanford, UCLA and TEDxMileHigh. Discover his work and “Zen Peak Performance” principles at NewKings.co.

In this episode, Phil shares:

1. Methods for cultivating masculine and feminine energies
2. Ways you can step outside your comfort zone and simultaneously benefit other people
3. Alchemizing judgement into compassion



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EP142: Amber Krzys on Society, Culture, Constructs and Vulnerability


Mon, Dec 05, 2016


This interview with Amber Krzys can only be described as juicy and ripe because there is SO MUCH to be squeezed out of it. We took a deep dive into deconstructing and reconstructing the programming and conditioning of our culture and society. We get into vulnerability - real vulnerability - not that forced kind that is so rampant in the self-help world these days. We geek out on our journeys and some of the embarrassing stops along the way - and Amber describes what she calls, "creating mutant versions of ourselves." There's TONS of gems in this one, listen closely!

About Amber Krzys:

Born and raised in a single-parent home in Charleston, WV, Amber attended Point Park University where she received an MFA in musical theater. She moved to New York City to pursue her passion of acting, ultimately working on Broadway and touring with the musical Mamma Mia. In 2009, she left the world of theater and earned an MA in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. She founded two flourishing businesses as a professional coach and facilitator—bodyheart and Fierce Loving.

Amber has a thriving coaching practice where she serves a wide range of individuals, and also creates and facilitates her own coaching groups for body, business and life. Her individual clients range from moms, artists, small business owners to corporate and creative executives.

Amber’s work as a professional speaker has been featured at TEDx Malibu, MSN, the White House blog, University of Southern California, Pennsylvania State University and more. Located in Los Angeles, Amber lives with her boyfriend and two rescue pups, and helps people change their lives for the better as a coach, speaker and author.

In this episode, Amber shares:

1. The Earth as a school and we each have our own curriculum
2. The issue is not the issue - how you relate to the issue is the issue
3. What she's learned speaking at tons of colleges and universities about the differences and similarities between how young men and women experience their bodies and physical appearance

 



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EP141: Shaa Wasmund on Stop Talking and Start Doing


Mon, Nov 28, 2016


Wild ones, today's guest is a fierce one. I met Shaa at a conference last year and was immediately drawn to her spunky badassness which you will feel almost immediately once you press play on this chat. We talk about friendships and more importantly sisterhood, how your support network is your MOST IMPORTANT network, being an alpha woman in life, business and relationships, and we get super real about racial and gender systems and privilege. This woman is straight to the point, no fluff, no woo. Enjoy the energy!

About Shaa Wasmund:

Shaa Wasmund MBE is one of Britain's most highly regarded female entrepreneurs and was named in early 2016 by The Sunday Times as one of the Top 20 Most Influential Entrepreneurs in the UK. She is an international best selling author and award winning businesswoman, who the Institute of Directors voted one of the most connected women in Britain. Her first book, Stop Talking, Start Doing was the #1 Best Selling Business Book in the UK for 14 months in a row, breaking all records. Shaa’s experience is incredibly diverse. Whilst still at University, she became the world’s only licensed female boxing promoter, working alongside Don King to put on 22 World Title fights. Shaa then started working with Sir James Dyson from around his kitchen table and helped build Dyson into one of the most recognised brand names in the world. In 2015 she received an MBE (Member of The British Empire) Award from the Queen for her “services to business and entrepreneurship”. Today, in addition to running her own successful online educational businesses (shaa.com), she is also an acclaimed international speaker, having spoken alongside the likes of Gary Vaynerchuk and Tim Ferris. And in 2016, The Guardian newspaper named Shaa’s events as one of the Top 10 Events to attend as a small business owner.

In this episode, Shaa shares:

1. Gender roles and equality in society today
2. Alpha women as an intimidation to men
3. The massive importance of having a support network



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EP140: Mike Sherbakov on How To Be Great


Mon, Nov 21, 2016


Today's guest is a long time acquaintance and someone I've recently had the privilege of upgrading to great friend status, Mike Sherbakov. Mike is the kind of guy that makes you want to be a better person. A grounded, driven dude, committed to living and loving life, he shows up in a way that is really inspiring. Having recently launched his new project The Greatness Foundation, we spent this chat exploring many aspects of greatness: service, self-care, discipline, habits, how to be present with tough stuff, being driven, LIVING life, travel, being a dad, having fun, cultivating community and more. Enjoy!

About Mike Sherbakov:

Mike Sherbakov is the founder of The Greatness Foundation, on a mission to positively impact one billion lives. Learning the importance of integrity, honor, and hard work during his time on active duty in the United States Marine Corps, Mike is fascinated with exploring human potential.

He holds degrees in kinesiology and psychology along with advanced certifications in fitness, nutrition, mindfulness, and yoga. Mike travels the world supporting game-changing organizations and causes, speaks on stages, consults for innovative start-ups and collaborates with organizations like Fitbit, lululemon athletica, and Equinox.

Committed to learning, Mike is established as an expert in the areas of social entrepreneurship, philanthropy, and wellness. He inspires others to choose greatness as a leader in the community and passionately pursues humanitarian efforts around the globe.

In this episode, Mike shares:

1. Travel and adventure when Mike's son is with him
2. How to manage your energy
3. Navigating the transition from good to great

 



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EP139: Rashida KhanBey on Woman Untamed


Mon, Nov 14, 2016


Today's episode is a fun and rich conversation with a like mind-body-souled woman doing her untamed thing in her very unique and powerful way. What I admire about Rashida so much is her resilience. As a black woman, a full-figured woman, and a lesbian, she has faced all kinds of shaming and discrimination in her life. We explore how she not only got through it, but flourishes anyway. Two big aspects of that being creative expression and her relationship to God. We went all in on the God conversation and I'm hoping for those who don't prefer to use the term "God" you can hang in there anyway and get the nuggets that apply to any belief system. Plus lots more. Enjoy!

About Rashida KhanBey:

Rashida KhanBey (Rashi) is an Actor, Filmmaker, Sacred Dance & Movement Instructor born and raised in Chicago,IL. Rashida is on a mission to help women come back to life from the numbness caused by unresolved past pain and trauma that has kept women living lives that are less than the vibrant and joyful experience that is our birthright. With over 20 years of professional training and performance experience in various styles of dance from Pan-African Diasporic Movement to Classical Ballet, Theatre performance and production Rashi illuminates the healing power behind activating the dance + storytelling as vehicles for change in our daily lives. Rashi believes that it is through visceral movement & telling our stories without shame that help us step back into the most untamed version of ourselves. And that untamed essence being the very thing that reconnects to a personal and real relationship with God.

In this episode, Rashida shares:

1. Moments of initiation
2. Prayer as a form of surrender
3. Permission, sensuality, and developing a personal relationship with God

 



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EP138: Jadah Sellner on An Adult Ass Conversation About Pursuing Your Dreams and Raising a Family


Mon, Nov 07, 2016


I thought about titling this episode "How To Be A Total F*cking QUEEN" because that is what Jadah Sellner is. This conversation was an all time favorite, I even rearranged the podcast schedule to bump it up because I didn't want you to have to wait to hear it. We ran the gamut from how to have conversations with your kids about very real, important things around sex, body parts, safety, and creativity to navigating the transitional "not yet" space in between moves and moments, and not putting a timeline on your dreams. Jadah shared how she and her family make "intentional trade-offs" and dropped wisdom bombs full of grace and so much care on all the topics we covered. I cannot wait to hear what you get out of this one - SO.DAMN.GOOD. xo

About Jadah Sellner:

Jadah Sellner is an author, international keynote speaker, poet, and the co-founder of Simple Green Smoothies –– the #1 green smoothie online resource. She and her friend, Jen Hansard, host the wildly popular (and free) 30-Day Green Smoothie Challenge at simplegreensmoothies.com. Their “healthy obsession” with green smoothies has become a global movement where over one million people have embraced this simple and healthy habit.

In 2009, Jadah became an entrepreneur and now helps creatives, bloggers, and small business owners build communities with love, impact, and world-changing ideas at jadahsellner.com.

When Jadah’s not blending spinach, you can catch her reading Shel Silverstein poems at the dinner table, having epic dance parties, and helping dreamers change the world. Jadah lives in the San Francisco bay area with her husband, George, daughter Zoe, and their little “chiweenie” dog, Clementine.

In this episode, Jadah shares:

1. Making "intentional trade-offs" on your way to having it all
2. How to navigate transitions and the "not yet" space when you know what you want but aren't quite there yet
3. Tough but important conversations to have with kids



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EP137: Dr. Matt Kreinheder on Integrating Spiritual Experiences


Mon, Oct 31, 2016


Today's guest is one of my very favorite people to jam on all things spiritual, energetic and metaphyiscal with. He's more well read, studied, and articulated than most other humans I've ever met, and he has a way of putting things that when it hits your brain it literally feels like a new pathway has been created. At least it feels that way for me and I hope you get to have a similar experience as you listen to this awesome jam session with my good friend Dr. Matt Kreinheder. We get into various aspects of the spiritual experience, how people make meaning out of things, integrating experiences, boundaries, the relationship between body, mind, spirit and emotions. There's a TON of jewels in here and you don't even have to dig for them. Enjoy!!

About Dr. Matt Kreinheder:

Dr. Matt Kreinheder is a transformational healer, speaker and coach. He has a doctorate in chiropractic, a master’s degree in acupuncture and has professionally written for publications all over the globe.

Dr. Matt’s focus is helping entrepreneurs and high performers step into the next level of who their soul is calling them to be. Dr. Matt has been trained at the highest level of Network Spinal Analysis and mentored under Donny Epstein, one of the world’s most renown healers. His focus is to serve the “Kings and Queens” – those people who are ready, willing and able to make a difference in the world and propel us into the new era of enlightened leadership.

In this episode, Dr. Matt shares:

1. How people are interpreting the spiritual experience/their spiritual experiences
2. How people make meaning of things
3. The relationship between body, mind, spirit and emotions

 



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EP135: How To Make More Money with Denise Duffield-Thomas


Mon, Oct 24, 2016


I loved doing this interview!! Denise and I go back many years as we met in the space of attending events and learning how to build our businesses. It's not only been a blast to watch Denise's success unfold (which it has in a big way!) but I'm also a student of hers, so it's extra awesome to have partaken in, and benefitted enormously from her genius. In this interview we are getting down and dirty with a topic that some people are still uncomfortable with but most people really need to cultivate a healthier relationship with - MONEY! We jam on excuses, money blocks, the beliefs that influence your earning potential and receptivity, dynamics between partners in relationships around money and work, role models (or a lack thereof which a lot of people can relate to), and much much more. It's a super juicy conversation - definitely the kind you'll want to listen to a few times over.

About Denise Duffield-Thomas:

Denise Duffield-Thomas is the money mindset mentor for the new wave of online female entrepreneurs. Her best-selling books “Lucky Bitch” and “Get Rich, Lucky Bitch” give a fresh and funny road-map to create an outrageously successful life and business.

Denise helps women release their fear of money, set premium prices for their services and take back control over their finances.

Denise is an award winning speaker, author and entrepreneur who helps women transform their Economy-Class money mindset into a First-Class life. Find her at www.LuckyBitch.com

In this episode, Denise shares:

1. Handling the concept of asking for money
2. The dynamics between partners and relationships with money and work
3. Getting what you want by letting go of excuses



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EP136: A Love Note For Anyone Healing From Anything


Fri, Oct 21, 2016


This is a different kind of episode. I wrote this post on Facebook yesterday and after all the notes, thank you's and shares, I felt the nudge to record it, so you can listen to it whenever you need it and also, added a little twist for you as well, have a listen and please share with anyone you know who can also use the love and encouragement. Thank you.

The original post:

A LOVE NOTE TO ANYONE HEALING FROM ANYTHING
(With extra special love to my own personal clients, #wildsoul women and loved ones who I know are showing up and doing their very best right now.)

You've got this.

I know the pain can feel almost unbearable sometimes and the weight of all that lies ahead of you can be terrifying, but you've got this.

I know you might feel totally isolated sometimes, like no one can possibly understand, or maybe that people are tired of hearing you talk about it, but you've got this.

I know you might feel impatient because you wanted your healing to be done already, and there's no end in sight, but you've got this.

I know you forget constantly, that often the thing that you're healing from is the result of YEARS of living with some kind of trauma or health problem, known or unknown. Which means yes, it's going to take a bit of time to unwind it and reboot a healthier operating system - physically, mentally, emotionally, and in other ways...
And that it can be SO FRUSTRATING, but you've got this.

I know that life might look easier and better for a lot of other people, but you'd be surprised to know what other humans are holding and walking through also.
The strength, scope, and resilience of the human spirit is vast. It's far beyond our measuring or imagining and this vastness is not reserved for certain "special" humans only...you are included, so you have DEFINITELY got this.

I don't need to know anything about you to believe in you 100%, to know that if you're still alive, taking one breath at a time, you've absolutely got this.

You are doing it right now, you are healing.

You are reconnecting with the wise, wonderful, infinitely loving, capable and genuine part of yourself that is healthy, pure, and true.

You are doing an amazing job!

This post is your reminder, especially on the tough days, to keep going.
Keep putting one foot in front of the other, take those tender steps forward, and be kind to yourself when sometimes forward looks like backwards because, YOU'VE GOT THIS.

So save it if you need it, share it with someone you know could use it too, print it out, keep it in your journal, or by your bathroom mirror, fold it up and put it in your wallet, just keep remembering...

THERE IS NO DOUBT, YOU'VE GOT THIS.



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EP134: Jonathan Fields on How To Live A Good Life


Mon, Oct 17, 2016


I've known about Jonathan Fields for about five years now. We have tons of mutual friends and we even wracked our brains when we first got on Skype to do this interview, "Is it really possible we haven't met in real life?" So this was a fun time getting to know each other and geeking out on topics we're both really into like love of learning, creativity, the complexity of life in the 21st century, the humble pursuit of simplicity and more. We also get into some good stuff from his new book How To Live A Good Life, and talk about personality tests, strengths, and weaknesses. This conversation is more than good. Enjoy!

About Jonathan Fields:

Jonathan Fields inspires possibility. A New York City dad, husband, award-winning author, serial entrepreneur, teacher and strategist, he founded a number of game-changing wellness-companies, taught thousands of students and led workshops around the world on everything from yoga and mindfulness to conscious entrepreneurship and innovation.

His new book, How to Live a Good Life: Soulful Stories, Surprising Science, and Practical Wisdom, offers a gateway to a life of meaning, connection and vitality. To celebrate the book’s release and inspire early interest, Jonathan is doing something pretty extraordinary. In addition to offering fantastic pre-order bonuses, he’s teamed with the One Tree Planted foundation to plant a 10,000 tree “Good Life Forest!” When you pre-order your copy of the book before the October 18th publication date, you’ll also be sponsoring a tree and doing good for the planet (and for you). You can get all the details at GoodLifeProject.com/book.

Now, working with his wife and a world-class faculty, he runs mission-driven media and education venture, Good Life Project®, where they produce a top-rated podcast channel and video-series with hundreds of thousands of followers and millions of views and downloads. Good Life Project also offers in-person and online events and trainings, including their annual 400+ person Camp GLP gathering.

Jonathan regularly keynotes at events and has been featured widely in the media, including The New York Times, USA Today, People, O Magazine, Vogue, Elle, Yoga Journal, SELF, Allure, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, FastCompany, Inc., Entrepreneur and thousands of other places that sound cool, but don’t impress his daughter all that much.

When not writing, teaching, building things or telling stories, he can be found dancing around his living room with his wife and daughter.

In this episode, Jonathan shares:

1. How pop psychology and self-knowledge interface with each other when we're seeking.
2. Living by default rather than design.
3. Daily rituals and the three buckets he uses to simplify life

 



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EP133: Rebecca Campbell on Rise Sister Rise


Wed, Oct 12, 2016


You know it's a great conversation when it's really tough to put words to a) how much I enjoyed it and b) how much it meant to me personally. Rebecca Campbell is just fantastic. She's light, she's deep, she's real, she fun, and her spirituality is grounded - which you all know is really important in the #wildsoul world. We talk about the dance between softness and getting things done, being of service, having a mission and what it means to be a light worker. We get into mysticism and mystery, trust, surrender and unfolding. I know some of those terms sound vague, so we paid special attention to getting to the tangible roots of them and weaving the threads together. This is a "listen a few times" kind of episode. Enjoy!

About Rebecca Campbell:

Rebecca Campbell is a best selling author, spiritual teacher, grounded spiritual mentor and soulful guide. Bestselling author of Light Is the New Black, Rebecca has guided thousands of women to listen to the callings of their soul and create a life that is completely aligned to them. Her second book Rise Sister Rise launches this October.

Rebecca teaches internationally and is passionate about helping people connect with their intuition and follow what lights them up in order to live wonderful lives both personally and professionally. She believes that when we follow what lights us up and courageously share that with the world, we light up the world with our presence. In 2015 she was awarded the ‘Promising New Talent’ award by the Mind Body Spirit Festival in London. In 2016 Rebecca received ‘Emerging Voice’ by Kindred Spirit Magazine and was honoured to receive the ‘100 Women of Spirit’ award by Dadi Janki of the Brahama Kumaris for feminine leadership and spiritual service.

Drawing on her unique experience as an award winning advertising creative director, Rebecca loves helping people tap into their creativity and lead from a place that is authentic and light up the world in a way that only they can.

Co-creator of The Spirited Project she teaches regularly and has been featured in several publications such as The Sunday Times Style Magazine, Mind Body Green, Heal Your Life and Psychologies.

Jet setter meets gypsy spirit, in her twenties Rebecca blogged her way around the world as The Skype Nomad and shared her adventures in a regular column in The Daily Telegraph. She also spent a year of her life painting her way around the world with The Let’s Colour Project.

Originally from the sunny shores of Sydney, Rebecca now lives in London but you can find her down under most summers getting her salt water and sunshine fix.

Website: www.rebeccacampbell.me Facebook: www.facebook.com/rebeccathoughts Instagram/Twitter: @rebeccathoughts

In this episode, Rebecca shares:

1. How and why tracking your cycle as a woman is an endlessly useful practice
2. The experience of being called into living your message
3. The usefulness and importance of power, trust, surrender and unfolding

 



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EP132: Rog Law on Fitness, Habits, and other Sexy and Unsexy Things


Mon, Oct 03, 2016


Wild ones, this was one of my favorite interviews ever because Rog Law is one of my favorite humans ever. He is soul family to me, a hilarious friend, and someone who I love to jam on the full range of life topics with and that's exactly what we do in this conversation. We talk about health and fitness, habits, discipline showing up, and Bruce Lee. We get into how we became friends, the concept of "killing the revolution" and you may have to turn the volume down when he answers the first question because I laughed harder than I think I ever have on the show before. He also shares his self-guided course of study into masculinity over the last few years. This one is really fun and very informative. Enjoy!

About Rog Law:

The only thing that Rog Law loves more than fitness are Cinnabons, Dragon Ball Z, and laughing like an 8 year old on the playground. Using his unique style of hilarity and an unyielding sense of positivity, his goal is to show people how to use fitness as a tool to not only get in shape and feel amazing, but to make every area of their lives better.

Legend has it that if you turn off the lights and say “Rog Law” in the mirror three times, he will show up and eat all the food in your refrigerator.

In this episode, Rog shares:

1. Rog's "Just The Tip" Method for forming new habits
2. How to keep showing up to things that are good for you even when you don't want to
3. Why Jiu Jitsu has taught him more about being a man than anything else

 



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EP131: Kisma Orbovich on Your Soul Energy and Purpose


Mon, Oct 03, 2016


This is an experimental episode, wild ones and I can't wait to hear how you respond to it. Kisma Orbovich is a dear friend who I met through working with Sheevaun Moran, and fun fact, was my next door neighbor in my first place in San Diego (for over a year before I even met her!). She's a super sensitive soul who was always a bit different from the people around her and didn't discover or embrace the gifts of her sensitivity until after many years as a musician playing all over the world in orchestras and philharmonics, and opening a yoga studio in Michigan. In this episode we get her expertise on the eight soul energies she uses to help clients identify and fulfill their purpose and understand themselves and she helps us understand how to relate to intuition. Enjoy!

About Kisma Orbovich:

Kisma Orbovich is often referred to as a leading transformational expert incorporating ancient wisdom for modern day success. She’s co-host of the award winning podcast Illumination with Nick and Kisma (click here) and is an active mentor for high performing artists, celebrities, CEO’s and entrepreneurs.

Kisma speaks and trains all over the world as well as from her online platform where she reaches thousands of students. She’s passionate about helping people clear their blockages so they can Manifest from their Higher Self, step into their Full Potential and lead their life and business in line with their Soul’s Purpose. She teaches humans how to command their reality and live from Infinite Awareness.

Founder of Illumination Academy™ Kisma is certified in Auric Clearing, DNA Activation, Karmic Imprint Clearing, Divine Soul Reading, and Yoga (500 RYT). Her foundation is Vedanta and Holodynamics and she leads retreats to Maui, India, San Diego and other locations worldwide.

Kisma lives in Carlsbad with her partner, Nick Hansinger, CEO of Source Movement and travels the globe to stay in touch with her daughter, Zoe Hu and teach workshops.

In this episode, Kisma shares:

1. How the spiritual path isn't linear or easy all the time but totally worth it if you're willing to do the work (and tools to help you do the work!)
2. The eight soul energies
3. Divine Right Timing and Order



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EP130: Katie Dalebout on Journaling and Body Diversity


Mon, Sep 19, 2016


This interview has been months in the making and proof that Divine Right Timing is a thing. While trying to schedule this interview Katie and I went back and forth a million times, then we did it, and I ended up deleting the file and we had to re-do it. That said, we finally did it and I'm super glad because the conversation around healing from addictions from eating disorders to being a workaholic, self-help exhaustion and journaling as an integration tool was great. Enjoy!

About Katie Dalebout:

Through her blog, podcasts, videos, and courses, millennial blogger, speaker, and podcast host Katie Dalebout curates inspired wisdom that guides people to go deep and sift through the thoughts clouding their minds. She’s a contributor to Hello Giggles, Refinery29, and Mind Body Green, and in 2013 launched the weekly podcast Let It Out, which attracted wellness and lifestyle celebrities such as Gabrielle Bernstein, Tara Stiles, and Joe Cross in its first few episodes. She’s the author of the Amazon best-selling book Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling (Hay House, 2016). She helps people develop a positive image of their bodies by embracing their creativity and personality outside of their physicality. She’s on a mission to share journaling tools that invoke deeper authenticity and self awareness.

In this episode, Katie shares:

1. Body Diversity and why it's helpful to gain an appreciation for all shapes and sizes
2. All things journaling - all the ways, the different types of journaling, and different purposes it can serve

 



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EP129: Kute Blackson on Why YOU Are The One


Mon, Sep 12, 2016


This is a fun interview, wild ones. Kute Blackson is someone whose name I've been seeing and hearing around the transformational space for years but hadn't had a chance to drop in with until this interview. What you're going to hear in this episode is his incredible story of growing up witnessing miracles in Ghana that many of us would balk at, going against his family's wishes and coming to the US when he was 18 years old, and how he interacted with feeling that he was truly being led by a higher intelligence. We talk about navigating anger, how miraculous just being here and being alive is, and he shares a great question his dad used to ask him whenever he would worry as a teenager that I totally loved. Enjoy!

About Kute Blackson:

A charismatic visionary and transformational teacher, Kute Blackson offers a fresh, bold look at spiritual awareness for a whole new generation.

Born in Ghana, West Africa, Kute's multicultural upbringing as the child of a Japanese mother and a Ghanaian father has spanned four different continents. His unique lineage lay the foundation for his approach to breaking down barriers and unlocking an individual's true gifts and greatness.

Kute quickly learned that the "outside-in" approach favored by so many in the personal development space had to become an inside-out approach. So he decided to create his own method—a process that liberates the individual and the true self at the core and then pushes those gifts outward into the universe. This helps the individual get in touch with who they really are. It is a process of breaking free—so that the individual can live, give, and share the truest expression of their self. This is what Kute calls "Liberated Living."

Colored with experiences from his own incredible journey, Kute’s debut book, You.Are.The.One., published by Simon & Schuster and released worldwide on June 7, 2016, shows readers how to unlock their true potential and live a life they love, through love.

Kute is a next generation world leader out to awaken millions to Love and to Live their inspired destiny.

In this episode, Kute shares:

1. What Kute means by the title of his book "You Are The One"
2. The courage to tell the truth even when there's consequences
3. What compassion really means and how we can apply it to ourselves and others

 



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EP128: Secret Bad Girl Rachael Maddox On Trauma and Sexual Healing


Fri, Sep 02, 2016


Rachael Maddox is not only today's guest, but someone I've recently got to know better and a dear friend of Michael's. That's actually the reason you're getting to enjoy her on the show today - the last time they hung out she gifted him a copy of her book. I happened to get to it before he did and just a few chapters in I was Facebook messaging her to come on and talk specifically about healing from sexual trauma as it's something A LOT of my wild soul women face. I learned a ton and appreciate her loving nature, personal healing journey and fierce desire to serve now from the other side of things.

As this can be a super sensitive and triggering topic, please please reach out to either of us if you need any support during or after listening to this one.

About Rachael Maddox:

Rachael Maddox is a trauma resolution educator, coach and guide who dedicates her days to helping women who’ve experienced sexual trauma unshame and reclaim their pleasure, power and wholeness. She recently published her first book, Secret Bad Girl, where she tells the story of her own unshaming and reclaiming–of her wildness, her sensuality, her shadows and her light. Emerging now on a fierce mission to help as many women as possible who’ve experienced trauma, Rachael offers one-on-one support, courses, and a mastermind for women who are ready to dance hard with life.
For fun, Rachael writes songs on her ukulele, swims naked as often as possible, and lays quietly under trees.

In this episode, Rachael shares:

1. What happens in the body, the brain and the nervous system when trauma gets triggered
2. Specific and deep insights into healing from sexual trauma
3. What to do in times when you don't actually have a choice

 



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EP127: John Wineland on What Men are Craving


Sun, Aug 28, 2016


A few months back a woman shared a video in the Untame Yourself Facebook group with one line of description, "THIS IS INCREDIBLE." The video is titled, "What Men Are Craving" and it's a talk given by someone I'd met before - John Wineland. The conversation that erupted in the comments on that post was so interesting. From oooohing and ahhhing to getting really triggered, it was clear this conversation was a hot one. So I invited John on the show to dig deeper into what he covered in the video and to be honest, challenge him a bit on some of the things that I personally felt were a "bit much" myself. What ensued is a gorgeous conversation where I cried at least once. This is a savorer - enjoy!

About John Wineland:

For the better part of a decade, John Wineland, an LA-based men's group facilitator, speaker and teacher has been guiding both men and women in the realms of life purpose, relational communication, sexual intimacy and embodiment.

Known for his groundbreaking work with men, John travels world-wide teaching his vision of embodied men's work and deep relational practice. In 2014, he founded The New Men’s Work Project, which has attracted men from around the world looking to develop as leaders in their relationships and communities. The Project is committed to the staggering goal of creating 1000 men's groups world-wide in the next ten years and has already supported trainings and groups throughout Europe and the U.S. John's clients include entrepreneurs, leading thinkers in the world of personal development and entertainment, Ted speakers and creative leaders in Hollywood.

John has studied and assisted with some of the world's leading spiritual, tantric and relational teachers; and he brings this multi-faceted approach, which is both energetic and highly practical, to his workshops and experiential coaching sessions. John's embodiment driven teaching draws from not only over 30 years experience of his own Buddhist meditative practice, but from the deep lineages of Vajrayana, Tantra, and Kundalini yoga; as well as the Taoist traditions of Iron Shirt Qi-Gong, to create a profound experience for men and women longing to express their deepest desires with open, fierce and loving hearts.

John is a frequent contributor to The Good Men Project, writing on spiritual and relational masculine practice; and has been featured on The Elephant Journal and Love TV. This year, John's first book, The Art of Masculine Leadership will be offered by Make a Difference Press in late October. He will also be traveling throughout Europe and the U.S. leading workshops on embodied men's work and sexual intimacy. Specific offerings include:

Institute for Masculine Leadership, which will offer a series of workshops, teachings and relational trainings to men.

The Art of Masculine Leadership, a three day training for men, London, England.

Masculine Mastery: A Workshop for Warriors, with other Metaphysical Fitness Elders and Founder, Justin Patrick Pierce

The Art of Authentic Intimacy, an ongoing series with Founder of Authentic World, Kendra Cunov;

The Aquarian Relationship Series, a 21st century exploration into Intimacy and Yogic practices with renowned author, speaker and Kundalini Yoga Instructor, Guru Jagat.

In this episode, John shares:

1. Embracing the feminine through time in nature
2. How men and women can relate with greater consideration and harmony
3. Why and how partnership is such and intense growth path



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EP126: Alexi Panos on 50 Ways to Yay


Sun, Aug 21, 2016


I had the pleasure of attending the wedding of today's guest Alexi Panos back in July and it was absolutely the best wedding I've ever attended. The reasons why are exactly the same reason why her interview is awesome. Alexi's energy is contagious and the woman's got depth and breadth. She's super fun, sexy, and grounded while being very conscious, intentional and focused on service. We talk about her first awakening while on tour with Ja Rule back in a former life where she was a singer, how it led her to building wells in Africa for the last 11 years and what she's learned about happiness through those journeys. Enjoy!

About Alexi Panos:

Alexi Panos is a truth junkie.

She's on a mission to make personal development mainstream by synthesizing big ideas into fun, bite sized nuggets of goodness that spread throughout the world and create a ripple effect of positivity and love.

Alexi does this through speaking + facilitating workshops around the globe, dishing insights from her personal quest for truth in her books + blogs, and knocking people’s socks off with her energetic YouTube Series. She created the school she always wanted to go to: SOUL SCHOOL-a global community of souls who are serious about diving deeper into what it means to be human, living their unique truth and creating with a sense of purpose. She is the co-founder of The Bridge Method (online) and The Bridge Experience (live workshops), which is a fully immersive and high octane human potential training that yields incredible results.

Alexi also facilitates global leadership training programs around the world through her non-profit E.P.I.C. (Everyday People Initiating Change) that give people the tools they need to implement global giveback initiatives to communities in need.

She's insanely committed to empowering ONE BILLION people to harness their unique gifts in order to create a Compound Inspiration Effect that truly changes our world. She shoots straight from the heart and takes no prisoners...because your life is too important to not be lived fully.

In this episode, Alexi shares:

1. How meditation is efficiency
2. What she learned about happiness by building wells in Africa
3. Healing from sexual trauma



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EP125: Amy Porterfield On Social Media, Entrepreneurship And Navigating Complicated Relationships


Wed, Aug 17, 2016


This is a super treat today, to have another dear friend, Amy Porterfield on the show. The reason it’s so exciting is because I get to talk to Amy about things most people don’t since her business is about social media marketing and doesn’t really involve sharing much about her personal life. We get into being the primary breadwinner and how she appreciates her husband as a provider in many other ways, we talk about her experience being a step-mom, and we riff on the many intricacies of living in this interesting social media age we’re in right now. Enjoy and share if you know anyone these topics apply to (which I have a feeling you do!).

About Amy Porterfield:

Entrepreneurs around the country depend on Amy Porterfield to show them step-by-step how to increase revenue, drive more online traffic, grow their email list, and strengthen their connection with their target market.

Drawing on her years as a content developer and marketer for some the country’s top corporations, along with her own experience in building a business from scratch, Amy provides priceless insights for a stress-free approach to starting and growing your own online business. With an email list of over 150,000 subscribers, a devoted following on social media, and a hit podcast, Amy shows that nice girls (and guys) don’t have to finish last when it comes to making a living – and a life – that you love.

In this episode, Amy shares:

1. Navigating friendship in this modern digital age
2. Being both a primary breadwinner and a step-mom and how that impacts family dynamics

What You’ll Hear:

4:55 Dynamics of the masculine and feminine roles we play within marriage
12:40 The experience of being a step-mom
21:10 Social media: the good, the bad, the ugly
26:21 Pivoting within growing a business
33:20 On being a recovering people-pleaser + getting on the “no” train
44:51 Being discerning with friendships and how you spend your time



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EP124: Jen Blackstock On Real Talk About Spiritual Bypass


Wed, Aug 17, 2016


If you’ve read my book, you know there’s an entire chapter on spiritual bypass and this is something I get really fired up about. We continue to talk about it because it’s one of those things that people often don’t know is even a thing while they’re right in the middle of doing it. Today’s guest Jen Blackstock is one of my best friends and a repeat guest which makes it extra special and wild as we get into energetic hygiene, personal responsibility, integrating the mind and body, and true sovereignty. It’s a meaty conversation, probably one you’ll want to listen to more than once. Enjoy!

About Jen Blackstock:

Jen Blackstock is the owner + founder of The Unbridled Life. Known by names such as Vision Keeper, Champagne Sipping Oracle, The Fearless Poetess and Rebel Visionary, Jen is a force of healing and growth for anyone who crosses her path. From an executive in finance to healer and coach, to star athlete in equestrian, swimming, triathlons and a short stint in women’s rugby, to founder of three 6+ Figure Businesses. Jen blends her knowledge of the body, personal power and feminine mythology with real-world business sense, wealth cultivation and abundance mentality.

Jen is passionate about guiding others through the transformative journey of embodying a truly Unbridled Life by accessing what the body is saying through pain, injury, illness or other messages as an entry point for healing and growth. After surviving 10 years as an executive in finance and heeding the Call to serve others, Jen traveled all over the world studying with master healers and coaches.

She has dedicated her life to providing the space for any healing, coaching and spiritual guidance that is needed in each person’s own journey- no matter what transpires in the process. Jen has a way of holding space with strength for each client to experience whatever they need to experience in order to to heal and move forward in their life.

When not diving deep with her clients, Jen’s passions include riding horses as much as she can, hiking with her fiance Matt + dog Apollo, and enjoying champagne and pizza in celebration of life and love.

If you are interested in interviewing or featuring Jen in your publication, please contact info@jenblackstock.com for more information on her availability.

In this episode, Jen shares:

1. What is spiritual bypass
2. The importance of energetic hygiene and some ideas on the how
3. Why taking personal responsibility is basically a super power in a world where a lot of people shirk it

What You’ll Hear:

5:42 What spiritual bypass is and why we do it
12:30 How we’re in an infinite cycle of healing
17:25 An assumed misconception on life in the 1st and 3rd worlds
21:00 Mind-body integration
26:27 Delving into fear + our body’s physical responses
31:51 Permission for the sake of sovereignty + the energetics of feeling things in our bodies
38:33 How children learn through parents’ modeling
41:39 Energetic protection and removal
51:59 Suffering as a choice +the difference between bypass and not choosing to identify with something



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EP123: Nancy Levin On Worthy: Boost Your Self Worth To Grow Your Net Worth


Wed, Aug 17, 2016


 

 

This is one of those conversations that can only be described as electric. As I was interviewing today's guest, Nancy Levin, we were both so into what was coming up, it felt like two girls on a spiritual playground climbing the monkey bars of life's deepest questions. We talk about desire and authenticity, the relationship between anger, sadness and grief. We get into how to take your power back by owning the qualities of yourself you've buried or denied, and of course, financial ease. I hope you all love this one as much as I do - it's a gem!

About Nancy Levin:

Nancy Levin is the bestselling author of Jump...And Your Life Will Appear and Writing for My Life . . . Reclaiming the Lost Pieces of Me, and the forthcoming Worthy: Boost Your Self-Worth to Grow Your Net Worth (Hay House, August 2016.) She’s a Certified Master Integrative Life Coach and the creator of the Jump Coaching and Worthy Coaching Programs, working with clients – privately and in groups – to live in alignment with their own truth and desires.

She was the Event Director at Hay House for 12 years and hosts her own weekly call-in radio show Jump Start Your Life on Hay House Radio, Thursdays at 8am PT/11am ET.

She is also Contributing Editor of Kristen Noel’s Best Self Magazine and one of the hosts of the Hay House World Summit each year since its inception.

Nancy received her Masters in Creative Writing and Poetics from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado and she continues to live in the Rocky Mountains.

You can follow her on Twitter @nancylevin and on Instagram @nancy_levin and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NancyLevinAuthor

In this episode, Nancy shares:

1. How self-worth relates directly to net worth
2. Value can't be given to us or taken away
3. We're capable of manifesting what we're most committed to

What You'll Hear:

5:39 How to know when you’re making an authentic choice
8:37 The different methods of vision + making vision digestible
19:20 How Nancy’s divorce was the turning point for finding desire
28:19 The death and rebirth of handling grief
34:30 Recognizing things you’ve disowned, and stepping into ownership
39:28 The connection between self-worth and net-worth
47:24 Making commitments to serve your vision



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EP122: Lori Harder On Earning Your Happy


Wed, Aug 17, 2016


Today I’ve got my new gal pal Lori Harder on the show and I want to tell you what I appreciate about her most – being a fitness model and having a super successful network marketing business, Lori is a person we could all easily judge on many levels using the good old, “Easy for her…” In this conversation you get to hear how it isn’t always easy for her, why she keeps going and how she does when it’s not, and the value of earning your happy. This woman is shining her light super brightly in the world and committed to learning as she goes. It’s a great one, enjoy!

About Lori Harder:

Lori Harder is a leading expert in the field of fitness, transformational work, mindfulness, and self-love. As a self-made millionaire, successful entrepreneur, network marketing professional, author, cover model, and three-time fitness world champion, she offers a carefully curated set of practical tools to promote sustainable health, spiritual well-being, and financial freedom. Through her books, unique coaching methods, and programs, she has helped countless people connect with their soul, transform their bodies, empower their minds, gain financial independence, and fall in love with themselves and their lives.

Throughout her career, Lori has regularly appeared on the covers of and published articles for Oxygen Magazine, STRONG Fitness Magazine, Health & Fitness Magazine and Prosper Magazine. She has also been featured on NBC, Fox, and TLC networks.

Lori has also helped dozens of people reach six figure or more salaries through her network marketing business (Isagenix), and she has helped hundreds of others to start their own home-based business. Most recently, Lori has taken her passion for human potential and created The Bliss Project and Bliss Habit, a women’s empowerment retreat and online course that has thousands of women per year taking this breakthrough curriculum.

Lori graduated from Jack Canfield’s Train The Trainer program and has coached extensively with Gabrielle Bernstein, along with completing Bernstein’s Spirit Junkie Master Class. She believes in investing in educational programs in her field at minimum on a quarterly basis and has many elite mentors she works with regularly. She is a certified personal trainer and nutrition consultant.

In this episode, Lori shares:

1. Creating a culture of “I want to know more…”
2. How she reconciles being a fitness model with empowering women on a deeper level too
3. Her humble beginnings

What You’ll Hear:

6:30 The way Lori uses her media presence to get people to go deeper
12:08 The goal she got tied to and how she came to release the outcome +things taking longer than people think it should
22:03 How the people who judge and trigger us teach us lessons
27:07 Checks and balances in life and how they’re necessary
33:03 How people being different than you creates contrast and expansion + the shifting forms of external validation
44:02 Courageous conversations and asking others about how they experienced situations
49:53 On getting focused and doing one thing at a time + being discerning even when it’s uncomfortable



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EP120: The Truth About Manifestation


Wed, Jul 13, 2016


Wild ones, this will be my last regularly scheduled solo episode for the summer...don't worry, there are some random surprise episodes to look forward to, and Monday interview episodes aren't going anywhere. That said, I wanted to provide something extra useful- and if possible, offer some clarity, so today I get into why "instant manifestation" isn't really a thing. I borrow may insights from the brilliant Kathleen McGowan, most notably a truth that many people might not want to hear - that it would behoove you to get your desires aligned with the big human family you're part of. It's not just you roaming around this planet, namsayin? Enjoy!

What You'll Hear:

4:17 Manifesting in the best interest of the world around you

 



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EP119: Martha Beck on On Life Coaching, Dreams, and Integrity


Mon, Jul 11, 2016


I’m pretty comfortable saying this is the most fun interview I’ve ever done. Martha Beck is a wild woman to the core and her intense brilliance is undeniable. We run the gamut from psychic senses, technology and integrity to what we can learn from animals, processing grief and being honest with the people in your life about everything. We talk about life coaching, and she even analyses a few of my dreams. This conversation is an absolute blast ripe with a ton of insight. Enjoy!

About Martha Beck:

Dr. Martha Beck is a life coach and the New York Times best-selling author of these popular resources for finding your life purpose: Finding Your Own North Star, Steering by Starlight, Finding Your Way in a Wild New World, The Joy Diet, and more. She’s also the author of the bestselling memoirs Expecting Adam and Leaving the Saints. Beck’s latest book, Diana, Herself: An Allegory of Awakening, is her first foray into fiction and is the first installment of her Bewilderment Chronicles series.

Martha Beck has been called “one of the best-known life coaches in America” by NPR and USA Today. She has appeared on The Oprah Show and Good Morning America, as well as many regional news programs. She has delivered seminars and workshops globally and has implemented her life coaching strategies into corporate settings ranging from small businesses to Fortune 100 firms.
Since 2001, Dr. Beck has been a columnist for O, The Oprah Magazine. She has also written for many other publications, such as The New York Times Book Review, Good Housekeeping, Parenting Magazine, Reader’s Digest, and Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul. Dr. Beck holds three Harvard degrees: a B.A. in East Asian Studies, and a Master’s and Ph.D. degrees in Sociology. While at Harvard, she taught courses in social science and visual studies, and received a Danforth Award as one of the university’s top teaching fellows. She also taught business and career development at the American Graduate School of International Management, before becoming a writer and life coach.

When not writing or coaching, Martha enjoys painting; tracking bears, mountain lions, and turkeys on her ranch; and covering herself with birdseed while meditating in her garden. She lives with her family on California’s Central Coast.

Further information on Martha Beck, her live events, writing, and life coach training program can be found at marthabeck.com.

In this episode, Martha shares:

1. What happened when Martha realized she’d been doing Byron Katie’s The Work “wrong” for 15 years
2. How technology is creating a new way of everything
3. What going on an Integrity Cleanse looks like and the HUGE benefits
4. Having a low tolerance for suffering

What You’ll Hear:

5:45 How Martha started living life with intention + having psychic experiences
15:07 Martha’s epiphany around the work of Byron Katie + an integrity cleanse
27:25 On being wild regardless of culture
32:04 Not being attached to the magic
35:56 How to analyze your dreams
47:58 Martha’s daily ritual + the reward of meditation



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EP118: Insights and Solutions For Procrastination


Wed, Jul 06, 2016


This week’s question is:
PROCRASTINATION. I would love some insight on this–the whys, energetic and otherwise, the underlying reasons/beliefs that power it, and how to move away from it. I’ve always found I do my best focusing and best work in the final hours, but honestly it’s not great for self-care. And I have procrastinated, literally, my entire life. As long as I can remember, and far back into my childhood years, so it’s a deep-seeded thing that started for some reason or another.

Big Ideas:
1. How to know when procrastination is Divine Timing and honor it
2. Dealing with the fear/resistance piece
3. One of the biggest reasons – you don’t know what steps to take
4. Why progress feels so hard when there’s no momentum

What You’ll Hear:

3:16 What to do when you find yourself in a moment of procrastination
8:59 Ways to flip your momentum towards what you want

 



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EP117: Angela Lauria on Should You Write a Book?


Mon, Jul 04, 2016


 

Today's guest, Angela Lauria, is one of the most brilliant business minds and someone who's done a ton of personal growth work on herself including a really impressive weight loss journey. We get into questions like, "Should everyone write a book?" "Should everyone be an entrepreneur?" And even if you're not an entrepreneur, why everyone should be the CEO of their own career and get better and receiving. Something I love about Angela is how direct she is. It's a total breath of fresh air. This is one of those episodes you'll probably want to listen to more than once to extract all the nuggets. Enjoy!

About Angela Lauria:

Dr. Angela E. Lauria is the founder of The Author Incubator™ and creator of the Difference Process™ for writing a book that matters. She is the author of the bestselling book The Difference: 10 Steps to Writing a Book that Matters and The Incubated Author: 10 Steps to Start a Movement with Your Message.

She has helped hundreds of coaches and entrepreneurs write, publish and promote best-selling books and has published books including Susan Hyatt’s Create your Own Luck and Elizabeth DiAlto’s Untame
Yourself.

She is the author of The Difference: 10 Essentials to Freeing Your Inner Author & Writing a Book that Matters (Difference Press, 2014), If I'm So Smart, Why Can't I Be Happy? (Difference Press, 2013), and From Medea to Media: Live Performance as a Vehicle for Social Change (Atropos Press, 2009); the co-editor of The World Almanac of U.S. Politics (Pharos Books , 1997); and an editor and researcher for NIGHTMOVER: The Aldrich Ames Story (Harpercollins, 1995), Hong Kong 1997 and Beyond (Summit Publishing Group, 1996), Aboard Air Force One (Fithian Press, 1997).

Her clients can be seen everywhere from O Magazine to MSNBC.com. Angela has a PhD in Communications from The European Graduate School (EGS) in Saas Fee, Switzerland and holds a coaching certificates from Martha Beck International and The International Institute of Coaching Studies (IICS). She has spoken before audiences at the events including the Interational Coaching Federation annual event, Which Test Won? Marketing conference, Blog World, and Lean Start Up DC. In 2011, the IICS named her their Empowerment Coach of the Year. She lives in at The Author Castle in McLean, Virginia with her husband Paul, her son Jesse and their ebony and ivory colored Castle cats.

In this episode, Angela shares:

1. How to be the CEO of your own career
2. The power and art of receiving (and why it's useful for everyone!)
3. The value in knowing what your level of acceptable is for things

What You'll Hear:

6:06 The judgement of woman who are good receivers
10:47 The journey in becoming a better receiver
15:21 Balancing work and marriage when you work with your spouse
19:30 On entrepreneurship and feeling entitled to things
29:07 Should you be an author?
39:19 Behaving as if you already make $100,000/month
47:23 Self-worth, pricing, and raising your rates
52:47 How to begin upleveling your life, one area at a time

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EP116: How to Choose Which Programs and Professionals to Invest In


Thu, Jun 30, 2016


I love this question – how to decide which programs and professionals to invest with. What qualifies me to answer it are the several investments I’ve made over the years in programs, courses, events, coaches, teachers and healers. I’ve got serious experience here. It’s important to choose that which resonates for you, feels supportive, safe and empowering. By safe I don’t mean keep it safe, in fact the best programs and coaches will guide you outside your comfort zone – what I’m saying is you will feel safe and held while doing so. Have a watch or listen for my best tips.

Here’s the Question:

I am kind of newish to the whole personal growth thing having spent a lot of my last 43 years having my head in the sand (or just being in my head) apart from stints with psychologists to help with anxiety and depression which largely continued the head in head thing! The last couple of years I have really opened up a lot to what else is out there and really trying to embrace mindfulness, meditation and anything else that resonates with me. Obviously as a result of this you can get totally bombarded and overwhelmed and get stuck in a whole new place, just as someone highlighted in the FB group this morning (esp with all the free stuff available).

I have been talking to my husband about wanting to commit to a person or a program to work through some of my issues/beliefs that are holding me back, but don’t know how to go about that really. I know that you and Tara Brach are people that most resonate with me but (and I say this with ALL due respect) I am not sure whether signing up to a retreat/program is what I need or whether to do more work with a psychologist or similar that is a more personalized approach.
Whilst I know that it is impossible for you to answer that, especially as each individual has such a unique set of background/circumstances etc, I am wondering whether you would say that there would be a thing or things that you would suggest that someone does first before they work with someone to get the most out of it and can then assist in deciding which approach to take/who to work with. I mean before the whole research on a person or anything like that – ie would you suggest doing some work on your core beliefs/shadow work/read a particular book (yours is next on my list!) or whatever. Then when you have done that you might be most equipped to see who/what you should work on/with before you explore the next area (not that life lets you compartmentalize in that way!)

I suppose I was hoping that I would find a program or someone that I could commit too and that would really get me moving quicker on my journey .I feel really stuck, partly cos I am paralyzed by information and the inability to commit as I don’t know where to start and feel the financial pressure as I do not earn as a SAHM.

Am I being realistic about starting some of this core work on my own (or with a psych) or could it really be better to just jump into something with either a program/someone that does resonate with you and then start the ride?

I am not sure if my question is 100% clear, as I am trying to make sense of it myself, but I suppose I feel that sometimes the lack of ability to commit is just because I don’t know where to start. Any tips would obviously be super welcome!

What You’ll Hear:

5:06 What to look for when considering joining a program
14:47 The things that need to be addressed before working to move forward

 



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EP115: Sarah Durham Wilson On Being a Modern Priestess


Mon, Jun 27, 2016


Put simply, today’s interview is one of the most important conversations I’ve had personally in 2016, maybe my life. Sometimes I get notes from listeners saying they love the show even when they don’t always agree with me. This one is a mind, heart and soul opener for sure. I can’t wait to hear what lands or awakens for you in this episode.

Lots of love, E.

About Sarah Durham Wilson:

Sarah Durham Wilson (a.k.a DoItGirl) is a modern priestess, writer, & women’s leader. She works with women worldwide to awaken the healer within.

Formerly a rock journalist, Sarah sped through a whirlwind five years at Rolling Stone, Vh1, GQ, Vanity Fair, and Interview magazines in her twenties before she experienced a radical divine feminine awakening & immersed herself completely onto the path of the Goddess.

She leads courses and retreats to actively engage women in healing the self to heal the world. She is a writer who stands in the balance of her divinity & humanity. The intention of her art is to raise the energy of the feminine back in the bodies of men and women, therefore back in balance on the earth itself. She believes once a woman moves inside of herself to heal her own body, she rises to heal the body of the world. To find her current writings, please visit here.

In this episode, Sarah shares:

1. Sarah’s definition of and journey in becoming a modern priestess
2. Understanding the emotion of anger
3. How everything and everyone are messengers

What You’ll Hear:

5:17 How Sarah became a Modern priestess
18:34 Sustainability and balance in being a modern day priestess
35:53 Handling the fear of anger
48:23 Everything and everyone as messengers



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EP114: Ask Me Anything Part I


Fri, Jun 24, 2016


Oooh, this is a fun and special episode today. As I pour all my creativity this week into the #bbbm Brilliant Body Beautiful Mind Challenge, I found myself literally unable to get it up to create this episode. Skipping the episode wasn’t an option, so I turned to the #wildsoul community and asked for help. They stepped up with over 20 questions I could potentially answer on the show today of which I chose five (otherwise this would have been a three hour episode). What I learned is how awesome community is. Having a tribe of people who are really there for each other is a wonderful thing. Thank you so so much to those of you who helped me out in my creative pinch with this one. Love you and enjoy!!

The Questions I answered:

1. Since I believe that every illness has root in what’s going on in our heads, how do we figure out what an illness is teaching us?

2. I’ve recently had a toxic person that I cut out of my life reach out to me. I would love so guidance on how to stay strong in your convictions and keeping toxic people out of your life. Or maybe am I suppose to welcome them back?! I need some advice.

3. How to ask your partner for something sexually that you’ve never asked for before

4. I have a wonderful husband. Being a police officer for 25 years has taken a toll on him. He is retired now and I’d love for him to reconnect with his emotional side. For so many years he had to adjust so he could cope with everything he saw. How can I help him do that?

5. How to stand your ground, and respectfully set boundaries with older/powerful men while still being a gentle empathic strong professional woman who knows her shit! I feel like the theme of my recent life has been standing up to bullies and they have all been male! I’m smart and strong and I still find it a challenge….I’m so tired of professional male dominance and hierarchies!!!! Please don’t get me wrong I am a man lover(!!!!!!!) and a mom to an amazing boy, I’m just tired of feeling pushed around by some of them and I want to be clear and professional without getting emotional which can be so tough.

What You’ll Hear:
6:30 Physical illnesses + trusting the revelation
8:45 Tuning into your body to make decisions
11:08 Handling asking your partner about sex
13:40 How to help your partner connect with their emotional side
16:37 Taking your power back + feeling into emotions



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EP113: JP Sears on How To Be Ultra Spiritual


Mon, Jun 20, 2016


Today’s episode is many months in the making. I’d reached out to JP Sears last Fall when I was first putting together Manvember and we were finally able to sync up schedules just recently. I am always super fascinated to have conversations with people who have gone “viral” – meaning, seemingly overnight gaining exposure to millions of people online. JP has done that through “spiritual comedy. In this episode we cover a lot of ground while keeping it very real, open, and useful. My favorite topics we covered were the impact his “YouTube Superstar” status has had on his life and how he makes choices with integrity now that he has so many more opportunities to choose from. Also, he’s hilarious which made it extra fun. Enjoy!

About JP Sears:

JP Sears is an emotional healing coach, international teacher, speaker at events, world traveler, and curious student of life. His work empowers people to live more meaningful lives. JP speaks and performs at numerous events, conferences, festivals, and retreats around the world. He is very active on his YouTube channel, AwakenWithJP, where he encourages healing and growth through his entertainingly informative, humorous, and inspiring videos including his hit Ultra Spiritual comedy series. You can learn more about JP and his work at www.AwakenWithJP.comand www.YouTube.com/AwakenWithJP.

In this episode, JP shares:

1. The mystery of our true nature
2. What it’s like to be a YouTube superstar with tons of supporters and a fair share of haters, too
3. Evolutionary paths of spirituality and personal development

What You’ll Hear:

4:03 The origin of JP making videos + comedy as a medium
16:00 How JP’s life has changed since making the videos
22:29 Intuition and following your compass without knowing why
30:30 Respecting and honoring your own opinion



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EP112: Conscious Rant: Mind-Body Mastery – What to Do With All That Time You Spend in Your Head


Thu, Jun 16, 2016


For almost this whole year, something has been bugging me about the tagline you’ve probably heard me use many different times, “Get out of your head and into your body.”

There are two implications that weren’t sitting well with me:
1) That head and body are separate…hello! The head is attached to the body
2) That being in your body is “better than” being in your head.

So much of what we do here is about INTEGRATING mind, body, and soul, and FULLY ACCEPTING every single part of yourself.

That said, we’ll be changing up our languaging around this and bringing light to how beautiful the mind actually is – especially, when you’re putting practices into place to leverage it by connecting with your body and soul, too and that’s what today’s conscious rant is all about. Enjoy!

What You’ll Hear:
2:22 The body and mind as equally important
8:56 How the body’s wisdom fuels the power of the mind

 



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EP111: Christine Hassler on Expectation Hangovers


Mon, Jun 13, 2016


 

This was an electric conversation that I am so so excited to share with you today. Christina Hassler, multiple author whose most recent book is called Expectation Hangover has been coaching and guiding people in deep healing work for years. In this discussion we talk about breaking generational and cultural patterns (which if you listen to this show regularly, you are DEFINITELY here to do!) and all that it entails including healing core wounds, healthy processing of emotions and more. Enjoy!

About Christine Hassler:

Christine Hassler left her successful job as a Hollywood agent at 25 to pursue a life she could be passionate about . . . but it did not come easily. After being inspired by her own unexpected challenges and experiences, she realized her journey was indeed her destination. In 2005, she wrote the first guidebook written exclusively for young women, entitled 20-Something, 20-Everything. Christine’s second book, 20 Something Manifesto, written for men and women stems from her experience coaching twenty-something’s. Her newest book Expectation Hangover: Overcoming Disappointment in Work, Love, and Life is the guidebook for how to treat disappointment on the emotional, mental, behavioral and spiritual levels.

Today, she supports individuals in discovering the answers to the questions: “Who Am I, What do I want, and How do I get it?” Christine is a Life Coach with a counseling emphasis known for catalyzing radical self-reflection while offering practical direction. She is passionate about busting the myth that life is about living by a checklist and having it all figured out. Christine believes we all deserve and are capable of discovering our passion, pursuing our dreams, and making an impact on the world.

Christine began her evolution as a Gen Y expert with a discussion group for quarter-lifers in Los Angeles struggling with questions about themselves and their lives. As she continued her investigation of herself and others, she began to craft a roadmap for life for people of all ages which includes discovery, self-acceptance, self-forgiveness and clarity.

As a professional speaker, Christine leads seminars and workshops to audiences around the country. She has spoken to over 100,000 people at colleges, personal growth events, conferences, and corporations. Christine has appeared as an expert on The Today Show, CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX, E!, Style and PBS, as well as various local television and radio shows, speaking about life issues and “Expectation Hangovers®” – a phenomenon she identified and trademarked or generational diversity. She is also a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post and Cosmo.

As a Gen Y Expert, Christine is a spokesperson for American Express and the key resource for their women’s and millennial advocacy programs. She is also a member of the Millennial Advisory board for Cosmopolitan Magazine. From her passion about education and student development, Christine created a life balance curriculum for the Leadership Institute. She is member of Northwestern University’s Council of 100, The Young Entrepreneur Council and is a faculty member at the University of Santa Monica teaching programs in Spiritual Psychology.

Christine grew up in Dallas, graduated cum laude from Northwestern University and received her Masters Degree in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. Christine is active in volunteerism and loves living a healthy lifestyle. She currently resides in Los Angeles and loves spending time with her family and friends in Austin, Texas.

In this episode, Christine shares:

1. How to get over things and on with them
2. Healthy processing of emotions and healing core wounds
3. Spiritual lineage and opening intuition

What You'll Hear:

3:20 Mary Magdalene + Christine’s psychic childhood
10:47 Reparenting ourselves and feeling our emotions
17:46 The ripple effect of doing your own healing work
20:48 Reconnecting and accessing your intuition
25:05 Energetic hygiene, judgement, and letting go of your victim story
34:16 Expectation hangovers + going into the shadow side for healing



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EP110: Conscious Rant: What “Being In Your Power” Really Means


Wed, Jun 08, 2016


I get asked a lot about power. In this episode I dive into what being empowered and disempowered look like and how to handle both whether it’s happening internally or being caused by an external experience. I address making choices that are in alignment and how that relates to being in your power, and noticing where your validation is sourced from as a great indicator for these things as well. Enjoy!

What You’ll Hear:
2:00 How we source and give away our power
7:25 Noticing where your validation comes from
10:49 How to call your power back to you

 



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EP109: Joshua Lee on Being an Artist of Life and Living in Full Color


Mon, Jun 06, 2016


Today’s podcast guest Josh Lee and I met about a year ago in Austin, TX, at our mutual homie, Jesse Elder’s house. Josh has a beautiful space in my heart for his constant awareness of other people and the world around him. In this episode, we cover how literally “everything is a recipe”, reciprocal relationships and the HUGE importance of valuing your own time. Enjoy!

About Joshua Lee:

Joshua Lee is a strategic business and life coach helping entrepreneurs and C-level executives to scale themselves with their company so they do not scale out of their company.

He’s the author of the soon to be released (Life)4: The Integrated Life formula

He’s the Founder and President of the multi-media agency LF Media, inc. which over the last decade has launched many brands which include:

Adfirmative
MySearchNetwork
Leads & Feeds
CPCresults
Austin Advertising Alliance
Kosma Media

They are collectively serving over 80 BILLION online impressions each month through search, display and email advertising.

Joshua’s life of an entrepreneur includes multiple activities including being a father of two amazing kids that are the reason he does everything he does to leave a legacy they can be proud of. He sits on multiple Advisory Boards, mentors many bright young entrepreneurs, he’s the Dell Children’s Hospital resident Spider-man and he has co-founded 4 new companies in the past 2 years.

He’s the producer of several iTunes shows including our own Hidden Profit Path and Entrepreneur Clarified.

To connect with like minded entrepreneurs, he co-founded Monstapreneur which is a high level networking group for entrepreneurs and C-level executives. They are connecting monthly to help “Relax, Reset, and Refocus” through epic adventures and experiences. These shared experiences bring flow to their lives and help keep their drive to excel every day.

He’s a Prosperity Activator:

Igniting the inner fire and setting the world ablaze, one person at a time. All the while, sporting the hippest Man Bun in the great state of Texas!

In this episode, Joshua shares:

1. Shifting from work-life balance to work-life integration
2. How to value your own time
3. Taking ideas from others and making it your own

What You’ll Hear:

6:05 How not belonging can be special + work-life integration
12:14 Non-reciprocal friendships and valuing your time
18:11 Knowing yourself and your strengths in business and life
24:20 Making things your own + everything is a recipe
29:21 How getting there faster isn’t always better
36:01 Saying no + the energetics of over giving
44:33 Pre-paving as a method to develop your imagination

 



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EP108: How To Live With Integrity While Honoring Intuition


Wed, Jun 01, 2016


I love, love, LOVE this question and it’s been an intimate part of my own growth and transformation over the last two years. Helen asked, “How do I live with integrity while still honoring my intuition — which means I sometimes need to change my mind or go back on agreements I previously made? ”

There’s a sacred dance between impulse and intuition that is highly influenced by our programming and conditioning. In this short episode I share some of my own experience and how I approach the dance.

What You’ll Hear:

1:50 The highest form of integrity + having clear objectives
5:40 Having courageous conversations and finding alignment with your highest self

 



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EP107: Alison Armstrong on The Queen’s Code


Mon, May 30, 2016


I’ve said this before – I don’t fan girl often over guests, but when I do it’s because someone’s work has literally changed my life. In today’s interview I chat with Alison Armstrong, author of The Queen’s Code (a book that helps women that shook me up and rocked my world back in February), and several other courses and books that help men and women understand each other better and enjoy more satisfying partnerships. I asked her all the questions many of you have expressed about her work in comments, messages and on group calls since I personally dove into her work and started sharing my own experience. Ironically we also got interrupted by men in my house during the interview – watch what comes up when that happens and enjoy!

About Alison Armstrong:

Alison Armstrong is a sought-after speaker in the areas of gender differences, well-being, empowerment, sexuality and relationships. She is the author of The Queen’s Code and creator the widely acclaimed “Queen’s Code” workshop series, plus a host of other products and programs designed to foster understanding and further partnership between men and women.

In Alison’s own words, “I’m passionate about Partnership. I want to know everything about this paradigm – this magic that can happen between people. What makes a partnership possible, what makes one brilliant, what destroys a partnership, what expands the power of partnership. Everything I study and distinguish is to give greater access to the phenomenon of partnership.

“This is why I’ve spent so much time on male/female and masculine/feminine dynamics. The misunderstandings and misinterpretations between testosterone-based and estrogen-based creatures (usually known as men and women, but not always) devastate lives, destroy families, and put our dreams of love and fulfillment out of reach. And that’s just in the personal, romantic domain. Apply these misconceptions to education, work and community, and the real consequences of fundamentally not understanding each other are exponentially worse.”

Information about Alison’s work is available at understandmen.com.

In this episode, Alison shares:

1. Understanding men and the ways women turn princes into frogs (often devastatingly AND unknowingly)
2. Clearing up how everything isn’t the woman’s responsibility even though it feels that way sometimes
3. Woman’s innate ability to inspire men AND non-manipulatively get what they want as a result

What You’ll Hear:

3:40 The experience of The Queen’s Code
10:52 Navigating the forgiveness of shame and guilt around your past treatment of men
15:07 The intricacies of emasculation and objectification
21:50 How we are deeply affected by criticism
26:55 The four layers of protection that men have that prevent them from acting upon criticism
35:25 When you’re feeling like you have to do all the work
40:16 Understanding why women don’t trust men

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EP106: Conscious Rant: Treating Emotions With Respect


Thu, May 26, 2016


We’re adding a new segment to the show called Conscious Rant. This is for when a specific question hasn’t been asked, but I am noticing a consistent theme come up in the community in the Facebook group, or with my clients and program members. This is stuff that feels and is important to address in a helpful and holistic way. Our first topic today is on treating emotions with the respect they deserve. Most people don’t have emotional intelligence training, and if anything do have a lifetime of modeling of how to poorly handle emotions. This episode is intended to help out with that. Enjoy!

What You’ll Hear:

3:16 The difference between feeling emotions and reacting to them
6:59 Treatment of emotions in ourselves and other people
11:57 The chaos of emotions



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EP105: Giovanni Marsico on The Value of Being a Dreamer


Mon, May 23, 2016


It is such a pleasure to introduce today’s guest to you. This is a man whose generosity, wild dreaming, desire to help others, and willingness to take risks has benefitted my life in more ways than I can count. Literally. If I were to unravel the webs of many of the connections in my life in the last two years that have served me in the highest, many of their origins would point back to Giovanni Marsico. Today we’re talking about super powers, connection, the power of dreaming and more. I hope you enjoy it tremendously!

About Giovanni Marsico:

Giovanni Marsico is a talent scout, curator, and connector of superheroes. He is the founder of Archangel – a private membership community of mission-driven entrepreneurs that are making the world a better place through purpose-driven entrepreneurship and philanthropy.

Giovanni hosts his flagship mastermind event, Archangel Academy, every January in the Los Angeles area.

In this episode, Giovanni shares:

1. Connection and Love as the opposite of addiction
2. Strengthening your strengths and recognizing what’s special about you
3. The totally appropriate application of fantasizing in the shower

What You’ll Hear:

6:59 How and Why Giovanni created Archangel Academy
13:20 On identifying, admitting and embracing your superpowers
19:43 How structure creates freedom for flow
22:37 How to teach your children to dream big and go for it
25:19 The “moonshot” and dreaming of the impossible
32:42 Feeling into people and saying no with love
39:40 The story of the golden buddha + coming home to your true nature

 



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EP104: How Did You Make the Breakthrough from Normal Living to Unleashing the True You?


Thu, May 19, 2016


During episode 100 a few weeks ago, I bookmarked one of the longer more intricate questions for a future episode. Today is that episode and the question is:

“I always wonder about people’s family and upbringing, what was it like growing up, siblings, how were your parents – that kind of stuff. And how did you made the breakthrough from “normal” living to unleashing your true you – what everyday things were challenged most, what beliefs did you grow up with that you had to let go of? Hearing real examples of this kind of stuff really helps bring things down to earth, for me.”

I don’t go too deeply into personal family stuff but I do touch on the beliefs and my process. Enjoy!

What You’ll Hear:

3:43 Growing up in an expressive environment
7:58 My journey in sales and spirituality
12:11 Beliefs I have needed to let go of



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EP103: Andrea Owen on Your Kickass Life


Mon, May 16, 2016


 

We've got a super rich conversation for you today, wild souls. As always I love having parents on the show and getting to ask them not only about their own processes and experiences, but how in the complex world of 2016, they are imparting the lessons for their children that they didn't get to learn. This means being a REAL role model. We get into that and much much more today with our guest Andrea Owen, host of Your Kick Ass Life podcast and author of 52 Ways to Live a Kick-Ass Life.

Enjoy!

About Andrea Owen:

Andrea Owen is an author, mentor, and certified life coach who helps women get what they want by letting go of perfectionism, control, and isolation and choosing to practice courage instead. She has helped thousands of women manage their inner-critic to create loving connections and live their most kick-ass life.

She is the proud author of 52 Ways to Live a Kick-Ass Life: BS Free Wisdom to Ignite Your Inner Badass and Live the Life You Deserve, (Adams Media).

Andrea is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) from The Coaches Training Institute and is a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator based on the research of Dr. Bren? Brown. She holds a Bachelor of Science from California State University in Kinesiology. Andrea has been featured on The Huffington Post Live, xojane.com, and Entrepreneur.com. She is also co-founder of The Self-Love Revolution.

She has facilitated many workshops for girls hosted by Dove’s Campaign for Real Beauty whose efforts inspire and empower women and girls to live confidently and change the world around them.

When she’s not juggling her full coaching practice and writing her second book, Andrea is busy competing in triathlons, chasing her 7 year-old son and 5 year-old daughter or making out with her husband, Jason. She is also a retired roller derby player having skated under the name “Veronica Vain”.

Learn more about Andrea at http://yourkickasslife.com and join the fun and wisdom at http://facebook.com/yourkickasslife

In this episode, Andrea shares:

1. Emotional literacy
2. Teaching your kids what you didn't get to learn
3. Trusting the process of grief
4. Vulnerability and shame resolution

What You'll Hear:

6:20 Being okay with the full range of emotion when you didn’t grow up that way
12:55 Handling old wounds with self-compassion + the many shapes of grief
25:10 Modeling the expression of emotion for your children
32:33 Navigating experiences that leave you feeling raw



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EP102: Evolution of a Feminine Business


Wed, May 11, 2016


I get asked so much about the intimate details of my journey from broke personal trainer to prosperous and untamed so today’s episode is to fill in some details and offer some humble advice from my perspective.

I talk about challenges, wins, progress, and making choices. Enjoy!

What You’ll Hear:
5:42 Behind-the-scenes of the development and growth of the Wild Soul Movement Virtual Program
18:37 Our next step to help Wild Soul Movement reach across the globe



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EP101: Jon Vroman on The Front Row Factor


Mon, May 09, 2016


Jon Vroman is one of my oldest and dearest friends and as soon as you press play on this episode you’re going to see why. He’s a super magnetic, motivating, and loving guy who is also hilarious and not afraid to feel all the feels. We’ve cried together during many conversations over the years, I’ve seen him speak on more stages than I can count, and I’ve never walked away feeling anything less than COMPLETELY full and inspired. He’s the kind of guy who will call you out of the blue (even in an age where people rarely do that anymore), and whenever I see his name pop up on my phone, I can’t even greet him with a “Hello” it’s always a, “YESSSSS!!!!’ Lean in, open your heart, and listen closely today wild ones.

About Jon Vroman:

Jon is an award-winning speaker, host of the Front Row Factor Podcast, and founder of Front Row Foundation; a charity that helps individuals and families who are braving critical health challenges Live Life In The Front Row™by providing recipients a front row experience at their favorite concert, sporting event, theatrical performance or other form of live entertainment.

His mission is to inspire, educate and provide tools so that individuals, entrepreneurs, sales professionals and organizations stand up, step up and speak up to make their biggest impact.

Jon lives outside of Philadelphia, PA, with his wife and two boys.

Find Jon at FrontRowFactor.com.

In this episode, Jon shares:

1. The power of objectivity
2. How to live your life in the front row
3. The truth about first world problems
4. Finding micro moments of love

What You’ll Hear:

6:49 Safe flirtation + the power of security and protection
13:48 The dynamics of men and women in culture
19:14 The difference between getting advice from a friend vs. a professional
26:44 Uncomfortableness and doubt behind writing a book
32:04 Embracing our own super powers
35:26 The immeasurability of problems and good deeds
44:04 The story of the Front Row Factor



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Episode #100!! Celebrating, Appreciating, and Revealing MORE


Wed, May 04, 2016


Y’all know what this is…it’s a CELEBRATION B—-!!!

I spent weeks thinking about what would be the most fun way to celebrate our 100th episode and honor all the time we’ve spent together virtually over the last almost year. As always, with Divine and perfect timing, I stumbled across the idea with plenty of time to pull it off the other week. My friend Susana Frioni, our guest for episodes nine and 99 did a recent show on her podcast where she revealed some personal, random, and fun information about herself.

So I popped into the Facebook group and asked you all what you want to know about me. Your questions were super fun and I answered most of them in depth on today’s show. There’s also some thank you’s, shout outs and very special announcements including how to pre-order your print copy of the Untame Yourself Book and join my brand new program Wild Soul Insider.

Thank you, thank you, thank you SO SO MUCH for being on this adventure with me. I love having these conversations and sharing them with you and as the watchers and listeners, you fuel the conversations with your questions, feedback and constant love notes.

Big, BIG love,
Elizabeth

What You’ll Hear:

9:21 What I do in my down time
12:44 My hair-care tips
13:25 The things I do that fuse me with the most energy
15:15 What scares me the most
16:20 What I do to get my mojo back
20:03 Intentional unplugging and re-humaning
21:27 What a typical day of food and exercise for me looks like
24:59 How my friends and family respond to my work today
26:06 How I identify with spirituality
26:56 The kind of boss I am in business
28:54 A recent ungracious moment and how I handled it
34:07 My favorite foods, supplements, and essential oils



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EP99: Susana Frioni on Love, Sex, Desire (Mostly Sex)


Mon, May 02, 2016


It’s a gorgeous day for a first, wild ones! My sexy, soulful, and sensual friend Susana Frioni is our first repeat guest because when I asked, you requested, so here you go. Today we’re diving into all the lessons (ranging from beautiful to illuminating to PAINFUL!) we both gleened from reading Alison Armstrong’s The Queen’s Code. We’re also talking about sex for grown ups as well as raising children in a sex and body positive environment. It’s a ripe and juicy conversation, one you’ll probably want to listen to three or four times to experience the fullness. Enjoy!

About Susana Frioni:

Susana Frioni is a speaker, writer, dance catalyst and embodiment teacher igniting women through erotic empowerment. With an audience in 127 countries, she’s most known for hosting a weekly podcast LOVE SEX DESIRE, facilitating transformational Sacred Dance Parties, curating the best playlists and inspiring others to go where they’ve never been before. Susana’s currently exploring what it takes to create a thriving partnership, bring out the best in a man and be an embodied woman living her full potential. She lives on the Sunshine Coast in Australia with her 9 year old daughter.

In this episode, Susana shares:

1. The subtle ways women emasculate men and how to own it, apologize, and stop
2. How to responsibly answer childrens’ questions about their bodies and sex in am empowering way
3. All things sex – exploration of your own pleasure and creating more satisfying experiences with partners

What You’ll Hear:

3:20 The extensive impact of reading The Queen’s Code
11:43 Honoring your needs + moving from personal empowerment into relationship empowerment
23:13 The vastness of the sexual experience + expressing your needs
37:57 Masturbation, self-pleasuring, and getting turned on without mental stimulation
43:48 Kind and encouraging ways to give feedback about sex
46:43 Exploring your body + orgasmic meditation
56:17 Being a sexually empowered mom



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EP98: Hustle and Flow – Balancing Masculine and Feminine Energy in Business


Wed, Apr 27, 2016


Today's episode answers a question that's been up in my world incessantly for over a year. I specifically appreciated the way this woman articulated it in the Facebook group last week and decided it was time to dive in. My answer is just a surface level overview of much much deeper concepts, practices and strategies. It's a great place to start and I am sure I will dive deeper in a Master Class or a Wild Soul Insider episode soon. Question: Hey Elizabeth! I was thinking of my biggest perceived blocks when it comes to entrepreneurship & creating a valuable online platform that I love. It turns out that I am a multi-passionate lady & that what I'm inspired by and driven by one day can be completely different the next. Tuning into my wild, divine femininity has been such a gift, but I am striving for the masculine/feminine balance now, something I have never embodied in the past as I was always operating from a very masculine, go-getter state. How do you build a profitable business that lights you up & helps others, as you do so well, while embracing both feminine and masculine sides of you? Enjoy! PS Want to know more about Wild Soul Insider? It's coming very very soon, get on the waitlist here: http://untameyourself.com/insider-waitlist What You'll Hear: 4:10 Using masculine energy to get aligned and congruent 7:55 The flow of feminine receptivity 11:07 How to navigate being multi-passionate Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: How To Be More Feminine (Part I) How To Be More Feminine (Part II) How To Be More Feminine (Part III) For Coaches, Healers And Other Sacred Servants: How To Help More People This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: My Business And Money Story The Biggest Lie About Success Sensual Practices For Feeling Calm And Peaceful In A Hectic And Crazy World Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP97: Cassandra Bodzak on How To Be A Lightmaker


Mon, Apr 25, 2016


I love a relationship that starts off with synchronicity and that is how my connection to today's guest began. A few months ago my friend Rachel DeAlto was in town and she mentioned Cassandra Bodzak to me. A few weeks later I walk into an event and who is the first person I see? Cassandra. We sat down together at lunch, dropped in, explored all the reasons why Rachel thought we'd love each other and she was right. Today's episode explores a lot of spiritual and energetic concepts along with health and body love. It's a beautiful blend of the human and the soul selves. Enjoy! About Cassandra Bodzak: Who is she or “what’s her title”? Honestly, she has a fairly hard time with that question. Cassandra Bodzak doesn't like defining herself. She's LIGHT, a daughter, a friend, a mentor, a mom to a five-year-old goldfish. She's also an author, blogger, YouTuber, TV personality, healthy cooking expert, wellness coach and meditation teacher. At the core of it all, regardless of what fancy title you want to smack on it, she helps people create a life the LIGHTS them up from inside out. Cassandra has been there, she's done it for herself and that’s why she's so darn good at helping others do the same. She's hit the lows, eaten an entire tub of raw cookie dough at 2am and then cried myself to sleep. She's spent four hours on the treadmill to try to fill an empty void, only to collapse from exhaustion. She's been with the guy she thought she wanted, gotten the job she thought would make everything better and still felt like something was missing. She spent years of her life simply FUNCTIONING, desperate for a better way, knowing that she had it in her to FLY but not knowing how to get my feet off the ground. After years of disordered eating, food allergies and finally getting painfully sick in college, Cassandra learned how to FUEL herself so that she felt amazing, energized and FINALLY at home in her body. She was able to make peace with her body, love and appreciate the beautiful vessel she was given and ignite her inner light. She decided to become a certified holistic health coach through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. It was there that she studied over 100 dietary theories, practical lifestyle management techniques, and innovative coaching methods with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts. The school helped her hone her skills and gain the confidence to get out there and start working with people one-on-one to help them have a better relationship with food, start loving their body and changing their lives. Once she got the food/body discussion flowing, she took on her anxiety, insecurity, stress-addiction, when life’s circumstances (a devastating break up combined with a loved one’s terminal illness) brought her to a deeper, darker place than she had ever experienced before, she found within herself a LIGHT that was dying to start shining. She found meditation through her laptop, not some fancy retreat or expensive teacher. After her “Eat, Pray, Love” moment, as she so fondly calls it, she spent an entire week in her NYC apartment, meditating, sleeping, eating, meditating more, sleeping more, meditating more and going inside in a BIG way. She totally surrendered and opened herself up for guidance. Cassandra was lead to A Course in Miracles, Abraham Hicks, her east village spirit junkie sister Gabby Bernstein and her soul sister + love pioneer Jennifer Kass. She learned through following her inner guidance, trying a bunch of different methods and discovering what worked for her. She started to see yoga in a different way, fell into the beautiful hands of Gurmukh at Golden Bridge Kundalini Yoga in NYC and let the path unfurl in front of her. It has been a glorious journey and she is learning more and more every day. Cassandra now has the pleasure of sharing these game-changing tools with the world. She works with clients all over the world via Skype to help them bust through whatever blocks the...

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EP96: Are Your Negative Thoughts Manifesting In Your Life?


Wed, Apr 20, 2016


Today's question was posted in the Untame Yourself Facebook Group last week. I was excited to answer it right away, because it's related to the Law of Attraction, a concept I see a lot of people misusing and abusing pretty regularly, so I'm happy to have a chance to set the record straight a bit. Enjoy the episode! Here's the question: "I've had some amazing things happen to me in the last few weeks and a few disappointments. I believe that we can greatly affect our reality with our thoughts and that usually brings me peace, but sometimes when there are bumps in the road and I think that I might have attracted it, I can't help but feel a little bit guilty. I guess sometimes thinking of attraction for negative things makes me be hard on myself, think of what I did wrong. What's your perspective on this Elizabeth?" What You'll Hear: 2:52 How negative experiences might not be a bad thing 4:21 Thought awareness and pattern interruption Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Sheevaun Moran On How To Have An Epic Life Freedom in 44 This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Getting What You Want In Life Is Easier Than You Think (Hint: All You Have To Do Is Ask) Jesse Elder On Experiencing Yourself As The Miracle You Are A Riff On Guidance And How To Ring In The New Year Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP95: Neil Moore on Navigating the Peaks, Valleys and Plateaus of Life


Mon, Apr 18, 2016


Neil Moore is one of the most dynamic humans I've ever felt. I mention this during our conversation, but I remember a moment at the event where I met him where I got to look straight into his eyes and hold his gaze for a few moments - I was instantly in tears - it just feels that good to be in his presence. He offers potent perspectives and simple frameworks in this interview that can help us all have better relationships and life experiences. Enjoy! About Neil Moore: Neil Moore is the Founder and Executive Director of the Simply Music Institute of Learning & Education. He is also the creator of the Simply Music Piano methodology.Neil was born in 1957 in Melbourne, Australia, and began studying piano at the age of 7. He has spent most of his life actively involved in ‘playing-based’ music learning. Neil composes and arranges much of the music used throughout the Simply Music Piano (and Accordion) program. In addition to curriculum development, Neil’s most extensive field of focus has been the training and coaching of piano teachers.Currently, Neil guides the direction of the organization, advises on its executive operations and is the international spokesperson for the Simply Music Institute of Learning and Education. In this episode, Neil shares: 1. Qualitative and quantitative components of relationships 2. Discerning when to keep or break commitments 3. Why it's so much easier to be kind and appreciative than not What You'll Hear: 8:46 The male expression of intimacy 11:33 Navigating the six components of any long-term relationship 18:49 Voluntary periods of fully feeling an experience 32:45 Creating a safe space for people to be themselves + living through appreciation Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay Creating Success Through Connection With Brandon Hawk This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How To Know If You Should Stay Or Leave A Relationship How To Have An Epic Life With Sheevaun Moran Practicing Unconditional Love (On Yourself, Too!) Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP94: Building Confidence and Trust in the Wisdom of Your Body


Wed, Apr 13, 2016


A question I get a lot in various contexts is, "How do I trust myself?" Since I believe the thing we're most wanting to trust is our intuition, which speaks to us through the sensations of the body, today I'm sharing two stories of choosing to trust my own body on BIG decisions and how it worked out. Then I have an exercise for you to gather evidence in your own life to support you in building that confidence and trust. Enjoy! In this episode, I jam on the following topic: How to gain confidence and better trust yourself by first trusting your body What You'll Hear: 3:56 Two examples of when I trusted my body in making decisions 10:05 An exercise to gather evidence of trust existing already in your life Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Yes-No-Truth Practice Video Yes-No-Truth Practice Audio Untame Yourself Facebook Group This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Grounded Spirituality And Urban Oneness With Margaret Nichols Fitness, The Media, And Your Precious Body With Jessi Kneeland Let Soul Lead With Lisa Berkovitz Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP93: Natalie MacNeil on Rituals, Routines, and Goals


Mon, Apr 11, 2016


We've had several shows like this now, where I get to connect and go deeper with someone I've only met briefly in real life. This is a very action and results oriented conversation that also includes routines, rituals, self-care and discernment - so many of my favorite things! I admire and appreciate Natalie's focus, drive, and unwavering commitment to creating herself, her dreams and helping others do the same. Enjoy! About Natalie MacNeil: Natalie MacNeil is an Emmy Award-winning media entrepreneur, author of She Takes on the World and The Conquer Kit, and the Creator of SheTakesOnTheWorld.com. She Takes On The World is one of the top sites on the planet for entrepreneurial women. It was recognized by Forbes on “Top 10 Websites for Entrepreneurial Women” and was featured by ForbesWoman on “Top 100 Websites for Women.” She Takes on the World is also the 2013 recipient of “Website of the Year” at the Stevie Awards for Women in Business. Today, Natalie and her team at She Takes on the World are focused on transforming businesses around the world through The Conquer Club, a 12-month implementation incubator for ambitious entrepreneurs. Natalie is frequently quoted and interviewed in the media. She has appeared in top media outlets like Glamour, People StyleWatch, Inc., Forbes, ForbesWoman, Wall Street Journal, CNN, Entrepreneur.com, Globe and Mail, Mashable, and more. In this episode, Natalie shares: 1. A visualization to call on the energy of an archetype 2. Mapping out a goal vs. tasking it out 3. How creating rituals and routines can actually save you more time What You'll Hear: 3:58 Finding the connection to your sacred essence 8:08 Embodying the feminine in the forms of deities and archetypes 13:39 The sacred art of mudras 22:42 How making the time for rituals and routines can actually help you save more time 29:44 Planning ahead, spontaneity, and how freedom comes from structure 40:50 Natalie’s must-reads + listening to audiobooks 43:59 Living into the hundreds + the wisdom of elders Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: She Takes on the World TV Awakening Shakti by Sally Kempton Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Est?s Qoya by Rochelle Shieck A Course In Miracles by Marianne Williamson Waking Up by Sounds True This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Understand Your Essence For More Satisfying Interactions With Michaela Boehm Accepting Life Before It Happens With Hal Elrod Prioritizing Health And Self Care Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP92: How To Know If You Should Stay or Leave A Relationship


Wed, Apr 06, 2016


This is probably one of the most consistent questions I get - "How do I know when it's time to go?" In this episode I walk through some resources, questions to ask yourself and distinctions. Things like the difference between staying and settling, and whether or not the tough times are really "growth" or just a lot of smashing into the same problems over and over again. Hope it's useful for you if this is something you're in right now, or know somebody who is. In this episode, I jam on the following topic: Should I stay, or should I go? What You'll Hear: 4:40 How to tell if your relationship is experiencing growth or repeated cycles 7:43 The difference between settling and staying 11:29 The nuances of being in a tough space in your relationship Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Attached by Amir Levine The Truth by Neil Strauss Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay by Mira Kirshenbaum My Rude (Royal) Awakening Navigate Your Personal Evolution With Love With Chela Davison Turning The Tables – Liz Gets Interviewed By Chela Davison The Queen's Code by Alison Armstrong This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Can Guys And Girls Be Friends? How To Have A Courageous Conversation Wild Soul Story: Navigating Life, Business, And Love With Patience And Compassion Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP91: Sheevaun Moran on How to Have an Epic Life


Mon, Apr 04, 2016


Today I get to introduce you to the MVP on my personal support squad, Sheevaun Moran. 2015 was the most successful year of my life and business. Even so as it was coming to a close in December I knew I couldn't do another year the way I did 2015, it was time to add way more energy and magic to this untamed creation machine which is why I turned to Sheevaun. She is an energy master and the queen of simplicity. She's helping me stop over doing and over giving in major ways. Enjoy her tips and timeless wisdom! About Sheevaun Moran: Sheevaun is a strategist and business coach. She helps people create miracles and combines the woo woo with the moola. In this episode, Sheevaun shares: 1. How to live in excellence 2. The 1% rule 3. Letting go of lazy language 4. Using nature as a model What You'll Hear: 5:27 Exploring the need to be right 10:05 Putting energy first + feeling stuff in your body that might not be yours 20:21 Why everyone always being in love and light would be a problem 26:07 How to clean up your language 34:02 The rule of 1% 38:21 Playing full out with energy first 42:23 The energetics of television 44:57 The experience of traveling the world Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Sheevaun's Products + Meditations Sheevaun's Business Breakthrough Tour Sheevaun's Epic Life Event The Surrender Experiment by Michael Singer This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Be A Loving Master Of Your Energy With Dr. Deb Kern Energy Tools And Practices For Empaths And HSPs The Usefulness Of Feeling Triggered By People Around You Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP90: Wild Soul Story: Listening to the Call Within


Wed, Mar 30, 2016


I say this when I introduce this wild soul woman in the interview, but Crecia is a super special member of the community. If there ever was an OG (Original Gangster) to Wild Soul Movement, it's her. She's done ever single session I've ever released, including the two beta groups, she's been on dozens of calls with me over the last three years, AND she attended my Costa Rica retreat last November. It's been such an honor to be invited into her journey and her evolution. Please enjoy her story! About Crecia Cipriano: Crecia Cipriano is an intuition-driven living coach and is utterly committed to helping people discover and uncover their deep desires and inner wisdom so that they can create and follow their own path to fuller joy, peace, and satisfaction. She believes to her core that we all deserve a life that truly thrives and blooms, and she thrills at the thought of helping you inhabit yours! She listen with all her senses, questions intentionally, and holds the dreams and desires of those with whom she works safe and sacred, giving them the permission they may have needed to do the same. She considers herself equal parts intuitive guide, candid and curious explorer, steadfast vision holder, and tireless cheerleader; she works with people to help them recognize, pursue, and achieve the successes that matter most to them. As both mirror and magnifier, she reflects back to them their own inner wisdom so that it may be seen, felt, honored, and lived. A few years ago, Crecia was stuck in a major rut; she couldn’t even begin to say what she really wanted for herself anymore. A couple years past a divorce and all the emotional and physical upheaval that goes along with it, she found herself going through motions without really recognizing herself in them; She was uninspired, unmotivated, and unsure of how to change it but desperate to do just that. So she took small steps toward the things that brought her joy, the things that spoke to her, the things she’d always said she wanted. She read and wrote and worked and reflected and got coached and simmered and explored and shared. Crecia followed the breadcrumbs of what lit her up – in both excitement and understanding – and slowly found her way to this place where my soul speaks, and she listens. In this episode, Crecia shares: 1. How finding your tribe might look different than you think 2. The ways she followed breadcrumbs that lead to a change in her path 3. The beauty of standing in uncertainty What You'll Hear: 3:39 How to cultivate a tribe, even if it’s not local 8:23 Crecia’s journey through divorce, following the breadcrumbs, and coming back into herself 14:26 The value of sitting in uncertainty and learning to trust yourself Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Wild Soul Movement Sample Video This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Let Soul Lead With Lisa Berkovitz Wild Soul Story: Coming Home To Your Body For Life How To Find Your Tribe Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP89: Amateo Ra and An Exploration of Masculinity, Power and Spirituality


Mon, Mar 28, 2016


Amateo Ra is a soul brother and super friend. We even have the same hair and very similar laughs (which you will get to hear plenty of in this episode). He's a person I could talk to until the end of time about growth, spirituality and maximizing this wild life experience we're all sharing. We explore untaming many aspects of life in this episode including time and creativity. He helps us understand how we can "be our own universe" and how to capitalize on life's inevitable adversities. And we also talk about primal power, the Hero's Journey and taking personal responsibility for ourselves, too. It's a deep one, friends. Enjoy! About Amateo Ra: Amateo Ra is an High Performance Biz Coach for inspired entrepreneurs creating an epic impact in the World. He is the creator and founder of the High Vibe Tribe. In this episode, Amateo shares: 1. Untaming your creative process to maximize what you get out of your time 2. Being insanely motivated by adversity 3. The alternative to the empty quest What You'll Hear: 6:23 A new dynamic: the heroine’s journey 14:28 Amateo’s experience in softening his masculine side 19:08 When finding happens amidst the seeking 25:50 Handling betrayal + taking 100% responsibility for your life 43:24 How to untame your experience of living Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Wild Soul Story: Navigating Life, Business, And Love With Patience And Compassion How Women Experience The Hero’s Journey With Justine Musk This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Understand Your Essence For More Satisfying Interactions With Michaela Boehm Divine Guidance And Commitment Who Do You Think You Are? Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP88: Can Guys and Girls Be Friends?


Wed, Mar 23, 2016


This is one of the juiciest questions we've received in a while. To be honest, it was super helpful for me personal to check myself and the bubble I live in where a topic like this isn't even a question. I really appreciate having the opportunity to see how real this type of thing still is for so many people even in the year 2016, even with all the strides we're making as humans in the realms of consciousness and emotional intelligence. Enjoy! In this episode, I answer the following question: Can guys and girls be friends? What You'll Hear: 7:16 Why we need a diversity of friendships 11:22 How having a range of friendships can benefit your partner Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Tim Ferriss/Derek Sivers Podcast Episode Untame Yourself Facebook Group This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Creating Success Through Connection With Brandon Hawk An Open Letter To Men Let’s Be The Women Our Men Are Craving Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP87: Samantha Skelly on Hungry For Happiness


Mon, Mar 21, 2016


Today I've got my rockstar sister Samantha Skelly baring her wild soul in the name of women all over the world who suffer from or struggle with binge eating. Sam was a dancer growing up and never had any body issues until she stopped dancing in her twenties and had a rude awakening around food and movement. Now she leads a global movement creating awareness, programs and support for those with similar issues. She's also a super spunky spitfire personality with the most gorgeous hair I've ever seen and a killer personality to boot. This is a high energy session, buckle up! About Samantha Skelly: Samantha Skelly is the founder of Hungry For Happiness, an international movement to support women around the world who are suffering from binge eating and body image issues. Hungry For Happiness creates online accessible and affordable recovery resources to those who are suffering in silence. Samantha was awarded ‘Top 24 under 24’ in September 2013, In 2014 she was a finalist as the ‘Best Emerging Entrepreneur’ and Hungry For Happiness is now nominated for 'Best Concept' by Small Business BC. Samantha Skelly aims to create a disruptive company in the eating disorder recovery space. Her vision is to create the largest and most impactful online resource to support those who’s lives are negatively affected by issues with food and their bodies. When Samantha isn’t working on her mission she is probably upside down practicing acro yoga, playing guitar, at comedy improve class or dancing salsa. In this episode, Samantha shares: 1. Binge eating as a barrier to intimacy 2. The dependency model of dieting 3. Using food for health and hunger instead What You'll Hear: 6:17 Samantha’s journey through an eating disorder 14:25 Binge eating + why failure is built into dieting 22:37 Loving what is, and changing your relationship to exercise 34:04 Exotic dancing and admiring the female form 40:58 Practices for learning self-acceptance 46:05 On needing someone + the art of receiving Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: An Electric Conversation About Romantic Partnership With Andy Drish Loving What Is by Byron Katie This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Self – Acceptance Before Self – Improvement, Please Evolved Relationships And Loving Your Body Even When Your Partner Might Not How To Be #AntiFragile And Build Emotional Strength With Jill Coleman Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP86: Wild Soul Story: How She Shifted Three Major Relationships and Made Two HUGE Life Decisions


Wed, Mar 16, 2016


In this Wild Soul Story I talk with Makenna Johnston, visionary coach and entrepreneur. I invited her to chat after a beautiful thank you message she sent me a few months back about all the changes she made after attending her Untame Yourself weekend back in August 2015. Some of those changes included shifting her relationship with herself, her wife and her mother, purchasing Julia Childs' home in France to turn it into a culinary retreat center AND deciding to write her first book. Enjoy listening to her wild and inspiring journey! About Makenna Johnston: If Tibetan philosophies of non-attachment made passionate love to high-level business acumen with a hefty dash of bodymind connection, and raised their resultant love child on a steady diet of craft beer, traditional foods, mountain living, yoga, and snow skiing you’d have, Makenna Johnston. Fondly known as MakJo. MakJo is a passionate coach & thought leader for visionary leaders–entrepreneurs, creatives, and corporate rabblerousers. She has over a decade of experience working with Fortune 500 companies, coaches, organizations, artists, and writers to create strategic visions and missions that kick ass and take names. She comes from a background of academia both as a professor and as a PhD Candidate at the European Graduate School. In 2015, she followed a lark/hunch/intuitive pull and found a team to purchase Julia Child's summer home in Provence which is now being run as a retreat center and home for the Courageous Cooking School. A big picture see-er, and MakJo can whip nearly any vision into actionable shape.She's mighty tall. Mighty fun. And mighty into kimonos (and manatees). She probably likes you a lot, and don't be surprised if she asks you to be her best friend. In this episode, Makenna shares: 1. How her life has shifted once she let go 2. The experience of writing a book on intention 3. The amazing shifts in her relationship with her wife, her mom, and herself What You'll Hear: 5:40 How to let go + changing your response to things 13:30 The experience of writing a book 15:43 What it was like to attend an Untame Yourself weekend after having already done a lot of personal development work 21:45 Practicing implementation, integration, and avoiding overwhelm 27:03 The Intention Generation +shifting from expectation to intention 30:15 How feeling good in your body now is a nourishment to yourself Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: The Intention Generation by Makenna Johnston The Author Incubator This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Being A Rebel On Purpose With Susan Hyatt Code Red: Know Your Flow, Unlock Your Super Powers And Create A Bloody Amazing Life With Lisa Lister Button Moments And When To Sweat The Small Stuff Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP85: The Bluefish Founder Steve Sims on How Nothing is Impossible [NSFW]


Mon, Mar 14, 2016


Confession - it's very rare that I feel intimidated by anyone. Today's guest, Steve Sims, is an exception to the norm. If you're inclined to judge things by appearance, you may think I'm intimidated by his fierce physical presence, but that's not it. The first time I met Steve at an event in Los Angeles in 2015, he was regaling us with stories of doing the impossible. His wheelhouse is creating experiences for people, and in most cases they are high level individuals, with wild desires and requests - and Steve doesn't believe in taking no for an answer. Take for example the time he found a way to have a private dinner for a client at the Vatican with a live performance by Andrea Bocelli. As a person who for many years took no for an answer (often from myself!) - this was intimidating to me - remembering that nothing is impossible. I hope you find some inspiration in his stories, passion and determination! About Steve Sims: Steve is the visionary founder of Bluefish: the world’s first luxury concierge that delivers the highest level of personalized travel, transportation, and cutting-edge entertainment services to corporate executives, celebrities, professional athletes, and other discerning individuals interested in living life to its fullest. In this episode, Steve shares: 1. How to ask questions people can't say no to 2. The value and energy of creating experiences for others 3. How failure is the best education on the planet 4. The ways passion fuels the desires of a person What You'll Hear: 5:30 How Steve went from being a bricklayer to starting an Executive Concierge Service 18:06 Uncovering the layers of a person to discover passion 26:50 How to find the best possible way to make the most out of any relationship 33:17 Teaching your kids to be better than you 36:18 Steve’s connection to his instincts and coming back to himself Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: 4 Of The Worst Excuses For Not Doing Your Work How And When To Change Your Path Creating Success Through Connection With Brandon Hawk Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP84: How to Have a Courageous Conversation


Wed, Mar 09, 2016


A few months back I did an episode where I read a chapter from my book Untame Yourself: Reconnect to the Lost Art, Power, and Freedom of Being a Woman and I got some great feedback on it so today I've got another one for you. This topic is the perfect follow up to that last one which was on Transparent Communication (link below), it's How To Have A Courageous Conversation. In it I give you an entire framework so you can say the things you're most afraid to say to the people you care about with a ton of love, respect, and honor so that you can resolve even the most sensitive issues and have better connection. Enjoy! In this episode, I jam on the following topics: 1. Not taking things personally 2. Setting agreements and expectations 3. Saying no with grace What You'll Hear: 5:52 The two courageous conversations Elizabeth was most afraid to have 12:04 The framework for courageous conversations Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Untame Yourself Book Companion Untame Yourself Facebook Group This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How To Be A More Loving, Effective, And Compassionate Communicator No One Completes Anyone And I Cannot Be Your Everything Joy, Sisterhood And Intimacy With Kelly McNelis Senegor Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP83: Lisa Berkovitz on Letting Soul Lead


Mon, Mar 07, 2016


A few months ago a couple of friends tagged me in a post on Facebook with Lisa Berkovitz saying that we would love each other. We didn't end up connecting virtually but we did meet in person at an event in January. The moment we dropped in we felt like twin souls. So much in common! After this interview Lisa and I were chatting about where she'd be traveling to next (she lives nomadically) and she mentioned coming to SoCal. I don't usually invite people I barely know to stay in my home but I felt called to invite Lisa since Michael would be away in Peru anyway and I just really really liked her, so I did. As this episode goes up today, she just headed out two days ago after enjoying a week here where we shared many meals, deep conversations, laughs, insights, time by the ocean and a lot of love. I hope you enjoy our illuminating conversation about life paths, personal development, spirituality, pivoting when necessary and more! About Lisa Berkovitz: Lisa Berkovitz has straddled the business and spiritual worlds for over 15 years, as an M.B.A., high-level project manager for Fortune 100 and 500 companies, master-level NLP practitioner, Reiki master, and master-level coach to executives and entrepreneurs. She has extensive experience drawing out the Life’s Work of some of the world's most visionary, passionate and accomplished change-makers, helping them shape it into a tangible, practical form so it can finally make its intended impact in the world, and do so with less effort, more flow, and in deepest alignment with who they are and why they’re on the planet. In this episode, Lisa shares: 1. When is resistance and invitation or a stop sign? 2. How to tell when it's a true no or you're just scared of something 3. Personal Development vs Spiritual Path - what's the difference? 4. Masculine and Feminine energies in career, success and achievement What You'll Hear: 5:53 Being in the ease and flow of travel 12:40 Using discernment and feeling into resistance 19:28 Lisa’s personal development journey 24:33 Distinguishing between personal development and spiritual path 33:55 Trust in the realm of masculine and feminine 37:31 How to get out of your mind and trust the soul’s voice Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: There's No Such Thing As Competition Anymore by Lisa Berkovitz The Surrender Experiment by Michael Singer Overcoming Underearning by Barbara Stanny Secrets of Six-Figure Women by Barbara Stanny Sacred Success by Barbara Stanny This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Outrageous Openness With Tosha Silver Listen To Your Intelligent Heart And Trust Your Intuition With Sonia Choquette Grounded Spirituality And Urban Oneness With Margaret Nichols Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP82: How To Be More Wild


Fri, Mar 04, 2016


This is a great question we received from a community member and the answer comes with a lot of invitations to explore what feels right, good, and true for you in various contexts. Enjoy! In this episode, I answer the following question: How can I be more wild? What You'll Hear: 3:00 Finding your definition of wild Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Awakening Shakti by Sally Kempton Untame Yourself Facebook Group This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Coming Home To Yourself Anytime, Anywhere With Amy Palko Love, Sex, Desire With Susana Frioni Being A Rebel On Purpose With Susan Hyatt Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP81: Kate Northrup on Money Love and Sales as a Spiritual Practice (that applies to everything, not just business!)


Mon, Feb 29, 2016


I’ve got another super fun and stimulating conversation for you today with a dear friend of mine, Kate Northrup. Kate and I connected years ago at a Marie Forleo event in NYC. Since then, I’ve transitioned out of fitness into what I do now, Kate has written a best-selling book called Money: A Love Story (which was a game changer for me back in 2013!) - and most recently, in addition to her thriving business, she’s given birth to the most incredible creation of her life - Penelope, a gorgeous and healthy baby girl. In this episode we jam on business, sales, entrepreneurship, priorities, communication and as always when I get mommas on the show - navigating the wild world of parenting. About Kate Northrup: Kate Northrup is a professional freedom seeker and creative entrepreneur. She created financial freedom for herself at the age of 28 through building a team of more than 3,000 wellness entrepreneurs in the network marketing industry. Kate is the best-selling author of Money: A Love Story, Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create the Life You Really Want (Hay House, 2013). Her philosophy is that if you free yourself financially you can be fully present to your purpose on the planet and she’s committed to empowering as many people as possible to have the ultimate luxury in life: choice. Kate’s work has been featured by The Today Show, Yahoo! Finance, Women’s Health, Glamour, The Huffington Post, Red, and more. Kate has spoken to audiences of thousands with Hay House, Wanderlust, USANA Health Sciences, and more. She continues to mentor entrepreneurs through her network marketing team, The Freedom Family. Find out more and take her free quiz to find out what your relationship with money says about you at katenorthrup.com. In this episode, Kate shares: 1. Why we're all sales people 2. How to move people to an action that's good for them 3. Consciously redirecting money and how to have more of it 4. Saying no What You'll Hear: 6:16 Transitions and being surprised at the kind of mother you are 10:02 Network marketing and sales as a spiritual practice 15:15 Pricing your offerings and the concept of owning your value and worth 20:52 How Kate’s lack of financial awareness was reflective of her own self-love 34:01 Kate’s mentors + thinking in terms of the next big thing 41:10 Setting boundaries + saying no without needing an excuse 48:56 Having a new baby + taking time for yourself Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Marie Forleo's B-School Money, A Love Story by Kate Northrup Real Talk About Bodies, Beauty, Motherhood And Emotional Eating With Sarah Jenks To Sell Is Human by Daniel H. Pink The Dynamic Laws of Prosperity by Catherine Ponder Overcoming Underearning by Barbara Stanny Sacred Success by Barbara Stanny Diana Gabaldon Outlander Series Seven Book Set I Love Marketing Podcast This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: My Business And Money Story Faith And Spirituality In Business With Christina Platt For The Love Of Boundaries Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP80: What To Do When You Wake Up Feeling Funky (A Guided Morning Routine)


Fri, Feb 26, 2016


We all have mornings when for whatever reason we wake up feeling funky. When this happens we have two choices: 1) let the whole day go down the tubes or 2) do something to shift the energy. Today's episode is a quick guided routine you can follow on just those types of mornings to snap out of it and set the tone for an awesome day instead. In this episode, I jam on the following topics: 1. How to handle mornings when you wake up feeling a little "off" What You'll Hear: 3:10 A step-by-step walkthrough of the morning routine Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Untame Yourself Facebook Group This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Destressify Your Life With Davidji Accepting Life Before It Happens With Hal Elrod Meditation: How To Cultivate A Consistent Practice Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP79: Kari Samuels on Leading the Intuition Revolution


Mon, Feb 22, 2016


First of all - I love Kari Samuels. It’s been about four years now that I’ve been a fan of her work, using her numerology guide, and seeking out her daily insights on her Facebook page. She’s also a friend and we always have a great time together as you will see in today’s episode. My favorite thing about Kari though is how beautifully and clearly she puts language to concepts that some consider “airy fairy” to help us all understand how practical and useful it is to use our intuition and pay attention to what’s going on in the cosmos as well as down here on Earth. This is an especially great interview for the spiritually or energetically curious. About Kari Samuels: Kari Samuels is an Intuitive Numerologist and Happiness Coach who helps people align with their soul’s purpose and reclaim their intuitive gifts. Kari reads your personal numerology profile as a portal into your soul's plan, illuminating your destiny as well as your past life memories, childhood programming, and the specific beliefs and experiences that are blocking you from abundance. With the assistance of the Archangels and a team of Spirit Guides, she helps liberate you from self-sabotaging fears, beliefs and energy so you can fulfill your soul's purpose with joy and prosperity. If there is an area in your life that needs more joy, Kari can shed light on dark places and lift your spirits with love, while guiding you on your path toward happiness and success. It is her passion to help people reclaim their natural intuition so they can truly shine their light and live their soul's purpose. She has become a go-to resource for people around the world seeking to apply discover practical tools for magical living. It is her joy to use her gifts to help you discover yours! In this episode, Kari shares: 1. Why life is never unfair 2. Understanding the basics of astrology and numerology 3. The patterns and cycles of being in touch with nature, the Universe and each other 4. We have as many psychic senses as physical senses. What You'll Hear: 5:46 Understanding intuitive gifts and abilities 10:01 The soul’s perspective, how everything has meaning, and being guided by our intuition 17:07 Numerology, Astrology, and how to use them to understand the universal cycles 31:04 How your numbers and sings can guide you + free will 36:09 The way Kari learned she had psychic gifts 41:21 Subconscious ways energy can come out if it’s being repressed 43:36 How to hone in on your intuitive abilities Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Kari's Numerology Guide Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Lunar Abundance, Yearnings, And Honoring Your Own Pace With Ezzie Spencer Grounded Spirituality And Urban Oneness With Margaret Nichols Listen To Your Intelligent Heart And Trust Your Intuition With Sonia Choquette Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP78: Wild Soul Story: Navigating Life, Business, and Love with Patience and Compassion


Wed, Feb 17, 2016


This interview felt really special. Alex attended my very first Untame Yourself Intensive Retreat Weekend in May 2015. We’ve been working together every other week ever since. It’s been incredible to witness her journey and see how she’s applied the principles and practices of Untame Yourself and Wild Soul Movement to every area of her life to cultivate love, patience, and compassion. Enjoy her story! About Alexandra Fiorillo: Alex is 34, a native New Yorker living in Denver, and a social entrepreneur trying to make the world a better place. In this episode, Alex shares: 1. How she learned to develop love, generosity, and patience 2. How you having abundance begins the cycle of abundance for others 3. The difference between feeling through pain and suffering through it What You'll Hear: 6:00 How Alex’s Untame Yourself Weekend experience was much different than she expected 10:12 How the way she has shown up in relationships has evolved since her Untame Yourself weekend 17:28 Handling guilt for having an abundant life when so many people have nothing 21:32 Alex’s retreat experience of being in neutrality within emotions Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Untamed You With Jody England Practicing Unconditional Love (On Yourself, Too!) How To Be A More Loving, Effective, And Compassionate Communicator Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP77: Nicole Moore on Dating, Love, and How To Be On Your Own Side


Mon, Feb 15, 2016


Today I have my friend Nicole Moore on the show for a conversation about dating, love and relationships. I was especially excited to talk to Nicole about dating in our modern world and how she helps her clients navigate the various dating apps and services that are so popular these days. She talks about that, the purpose of dating, and we get into a lot of the personal healing that comes from relationships. About Nicole Moore: Nicole Moore, Love & Relationship Coach and founder of Love Works, helps women claim their power, open their hearts, love themselves and love men so that they can create amazing, lasting love. Nicole doesn’t teach women how to get love, she teaches women how to BE LOVE, so love flows to them effortlessly because it’s who they are. For more information, visit Nicole at www.loveworksmethod.com. In this episode, Nicole shares: 1. Why "old demons" are super useful 2. Making yourself "negatively special" 3. Real definitions of failure and winning in relationships 4. The wild world of dating in the 21st century What You'll Hear: 4:06 Awakening and trusting the power of being a woman 8:29 Using books and cards as divine resources when you feel you have none 12:49 How Nicole’s experiences with love went from desperation to being a calling 18:00 Handling when an old demon rears its head in a new way 21:02 The modern dating field + dating for growth vs outcome 31:35 Marriage and how the idea of only one person for you is limiting Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Return of the Divine Sophia by Tricia McCannon The Great Cosmic Mother by Monica Sjoo Mama Gena's School of Womanly Arts by Regena Thomashauer A Course In Miracles by Helen Schucman Sacred Rebel Oracle Deck Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari The Truth by Neil Strauss Barbara De Angelis Marianne Williamson This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How To “Love Hard” Without Love Having To Be Hard With Jordan Gray Love And Relationships (With Special Guest Mike Hrostoski!) How To Let Go And Move Forward From Past Relationships Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP76: What is Self-Love Really? (And What Is It Not?)


Wed, Feb 10, 2016


As Valentine's Day 2016 approaches the topic of love is on a lot of people's radars so it felt appropriate to do a podcast this week about the most important love of your life - your self-love. Because it's such a juicy topic, I'm also hosting a free five-day experience called The #untamedSELFlove experience which you can join by visiting http://untameyourself.com/selflove between February 10-14, 2016. In today's episode we'll take a close look at what is self-love and what is it not - making sure to go beyond the surface level balms and band-aids a lot of popular advice offers and get to the root of things to make loving yourself a very deep, very real, very felt, and very long-lasting experience. In this episode, I jam on the following topics: 1. The first time I ever consciously felt deep self-love 2. How much of the self-love advice out there doesn't get to the root of things What You'll Hear: 6:26 The elements of untamed self-love 9:56 How to know if you really love you Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Untame Yourself Facebook Group This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: You Are Love, You Are Light, You Are Wild, You Are Free Shamanism, Shadow Work, And Living A Forbidden Life With Foxy Pickett Love, Sex, Desire With Susana Frioni Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP75: Sarah Jenks on Real Talk About Bodies, Beauty, Motherhood and Emotional Eating


Mon, Feb 08, 2016


Sarah Jenks is one of my favorite friends on the planet and has been ever since November 2010. She’s the friend who will always shoot you straight and do it with love exactly when you need it. Now that she’s a mom with two littles under three, she’s even more discerning and straight forward because ain’t no mamas got time to waste! We take a deep dive into new motherhood in this conversation, why things don’t have to be beautiful in order to love them (like your babies when they’re fresh out of the womb and haven’t settled into not being crammed in there quite yet!), relating to emotional eating through physical sensations and more. I love this woman with all my heart - enjoy listening to us catch up and jam on some of women’s biggest issues. About Sarah Jenks: Most importantly, Sarah Jenks is a woman who loves to have deep and meaningful conversations, dance, play outside, decorate, pray and spend time with herself. She is also a mother to an exuberant baby boy, Marshall, a beautiful daughter, Annabelle, and a wife to the most thoughtful, handsome, intelligent man, Jonathan. She's from a small town outside of Boston where she grew up with loving parents who loved each other very much, and two younger, confident, creative siblings. She is a recovering perfectionist. She used to wear makeup everyday and made sure the house was always pristine. She's learning to let that all go in service of being real and spontaneous. Sarah attended Williams College where she threw a lot of parties and was the president of her class. She majored in Psychology and took a ton of Art History classes. She plans on owning a house in her college town someday. She and Jonathan will probably be those old people doing keg stands on the porch. After college she had a short stint in event planning, then PR and then became and account manager at an advertising firm where she spent more time binging on chocolate in the supply closet than doing her work. She then figured out what she wanted to be when she grew up and attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Most of her training comes from my unending curiosity about her own inner world. She has been coached and trained by some of the best therapists, life coaches, intuitives, spiritual teachers and healers in the world. She was voted “Miss tell it like it is” in her high school yearbook, so expect a healthy dose of honesty and bluntness, and she will probably make you cry, in a good way. Her favorite food is red wine. Sarah loves to tell stories, and has been told she's pretty good at it. And she does so weekly on her site, so to make sure you don’t miss anything, she would love for you to sign up for updates. In this episode, Sarah shares: 1. Tending to your body as a mother 2. You don't have to be beautiful to be loved 3. How to be resourceful when you don't have a ton of resources 4. Navigating the physical and emotional sides of dealing with food 5. Your Life is worth working on What You'll Hear: 5:49 How the way she runs things changed after becoming a mom 9:42 Rituals, transitioning, and coming back into yourself 13:21 Grieving and honoring the person you were before you gave birth 18:17 How some people are naturally inclined to motherhood when others aren't 22:58 How to experiment in being more resourceful in life when you don’t have the resources 31:37 Sensualism and the fullness of an experience 35:51 How we don’t have to think we're beautiful to love our bodies + disentangling health from beauty Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Live More Weigh Less Program What to do when your man insinuates you could lose a few...by Sarah Jenks Housemom Ad Be A Loving Master Of Your Energy With Dr. Deb Kern Evolved Relationships And Loving Your Body Even When Your Partner Might Not Carry On, Warrior by Glennon Doyle Melton This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like:

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EP74: Is Seeking the Answers Keeping You From Finding Them?


Wed, Feb 03, 2016


Today's episode isn't based on a question I receive, it's based on a problem I observed. A few weeks back I read a post in a Facebook group of a woman asking for her next book recommendation having just finished her last one. It made me wonder how often people are actually integrating what they just learned or read before jumping into the next thing. How much time to people waste consuming information without putting the knowledge to use so it can become wisdom. Do we actually push the answers we seek away by quickly and constantly moving onto the next seeming solution? My advice and opinions on all of that in today's Ask Elizabeth podcast. In this episode, I jam on the following topics: 1. Why we should embody information 2. The difference between information and education 3. Some questions you can ask yourself to get through your struggles What You'll Hear: 4:12 Seeking vs looking inward and implementing what you already know 6:10 Questions you can ask yourself from within your own archives Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: The Usefulness Of Feeling Triggered By People Around You The Tim Ferriss Show This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Self-Help And Never Feeling Like You’re Enough Self – Acceptance Before Self – Improvement, Please Prioritizing Health And Self Care Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP73: Susan Hyatt on Being a Rebel on Purpose


Mon, Feb 01, 2016


In this conversation Susan Hyatt and I get into something a lot of 21st century women struggle with: What happens when you want "both"? Meaning a career AND a family. She talks about some of the judgements (personal and external) she's had to navigate, and we have a deep chat about women's roles in society and the vulnerability of being provided for. About Susan Hyatt: Susan Hyatt is a Master Certified Life Coach whose fierce, fun and fresh approach to personal development has won her thousands of fans on Facebook, glowing praise from icons like Dr. Martha Beck and Maria Shriver, and a sold-out coaching calendar — with many programs selling out in six hours or less. Her motto? “Life is precious. Go make it delicious.” As a woman who used life coaching principles to lose thirty-five pounds, upgrade her career, and revitalize her marriage, she’s a coach who truly walks her talk. By telling her raw, honest stories — in print, online, and on stage — Susan is on a mission to prove that if you crave it? You can create it. Nothing is out of your reach. Susan has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Woman’s World, Seventeen, and O: The Oprah Magazine, and has appeared on stage in front of live audiences from Seattle to the island of Aruba. When she’s not coaching, blogging, or lighting up Facebook with her rant of the day, you can find her powering through dead lifts at her local gym or lacing up her sneakers for a 5am run. She lives in the Midwest with her husband Scott, aka the Silver Fox, her punk-rock-feminist daughter and Muay Thai-obsessed son. Learn more about Susan’s private coaching options, retreats and programs like Clear Coaches, Make a Scene and BARE at: SHyatt.com. In this episode, Susan shares: 1. What happens when you want "both" - career and family 2. The vulnerability of being provided for 3. Why she let her son flunk high school 4. Differences between therapy and coaching What You'll Hear: 5:41 Embracing the many roles of being a woman 11:25 The transition from a professional career to stay-at-home mom and back again 19:39 The differences between therapy and coaching 23:17 Being a rebel parent + the education system 31:42 Challenging women’s expectations of themselves and each other Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: 7 Days of Boldness The Big Leap Finding Your Own North Star Anthony Lemme - Trauma Healing Why I’m letting my teenager flunk out of high school … if he wants to. Molly Galbraith Facebook post Amy Shumer Instagram photo How To Be #AntiFragile And Build Emotional Strength With Jill Coleman Elizabeth Gilbert/Brene Brown podcast episode #12 This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Creating Success Through Connection With Brandon Hawk Dreams And The Wisdom Of Birth With Latham Thomas For The Love Of Boundaries Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP72: The Usefulness of Feeling Triggered By People Around You


Wed, Jan 27, 2016


Last week on our first call for the Untame Yourself Women's Leadership Council, someone asked about feeling super triggered by some relatives. This led into a deep and insightful conversation around how to use getting triggered to your advantage and the three different purposes of triggers. This is a topic there's a lot of misunderstanding around so I'm really happy to clear it up in today's episode and hope you find it super useful. In this episode, I jam on the following topics: 1. Emotional and psychological triggers 2. Understanding and looking inward when something sparks you 3. How triggers can reveal the blind spots in your life What You'll Hear: 3:38 A definition of the shadow side 6:49 The three purposes of triggers + getting clear and making them useful Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: The Dark Side of the Light Chasers by Deborah Ford Shamanism, Shadow Work, And Living A Forbidden Life With Foxy Pickett Courage, Inner Fire, And The Alchemy Of Womanhood With Jen Blackstock How To “Love Hard” Without Love Having To Be Hard With Jordan Gray Untame Yourself Facebook Group This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: A Simple Technique To Reduce Stress And Anxiety With Jessica Ortner Handling Fear Let Her Be Angry Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP71: Wild Soul Story: Coming Home To Your Body For Life


Mon, Jan 25, 2016


This is a series of interviews we'll be airing once-ish a month sharing stories of women who have said yes to untaming themselves and freeing their wild souls more deeply through my courses, programs, mentorship and events. My partner Michael often says in his men's work, "What one man can do, any man can do" and we believe the same of all women (and humans, really). That is the purpose of this series, to show you what's possible for your life and your unique journey as a woman. About Sarah L'hrar: Sarah is 38, a fashion designer and astrologer living in Montreal, Canada. Mother, wife, sister, daughter, friend. In this episode, Sarah shares: 1. What it's like to make peace with your body for the first time ever 2. What happened when she started listening to her body's clues 3. How she let go of trying to be someone else 4. How the Wild Soul Movement practice helped her process some grief she didn't know she was bottling up inside What You'll Hear: 6:29 Sarah’s intentions starting the WSM program vs the outcome 12:07 How loving herself has caused change in her life 15:57 How she approached the practice and the community 22:22 Following what resonates and finding your own voice Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Free Wild Soul Movement Video This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: The Fullness Of Your Love The Body Love Episode Turning The Tables – Liz Gets Interviewed By Chela Davison Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP70: How to Let Go and Move Forward From Past Relationships


Wed, Jan 20, 2016


Today's Ask Elizabeth question is something most of us have dealt with at some point or another in our lives whether it's in a romantic relationship or any other kind of relationship with a friend, family member, or even co-worker. In this episode, I answer the following question: On letting go - I need some more help in this territory, and saying goodbye to my previous relationship, help putting it in its place. I need some mental cues to get me out of downward spirals about it, the memories and feelings are haunting and simply unproductive. What You'll Hear: 2:04 How to deal with getting stuck in your head 6:50 Letting go and redirecting your energy elsewhere 10:42 Using impermanence as an invitation to be in the present moment Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Ho'oponopono Forgiveness Practice Freedom in 44 Untame Yourself Facebook Group This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: A Simple Technique To Reduce Stress And Anxiety With Jessica Ortner Partnership And Healthy Treatment Of Big Hot Emotions With Terri Cole No One Completes Anyone And I Cannot Be Your Everything Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP69: Ezzie Spencer on Lunar Abundance, Yearnings, and Honoring Your Own Pace


Mon, Jan 18, 2016


I forget how long ago someone recommended I check out Ezzie Spencer’s work around astrology and the moon, but I instantly loved her vibe and simple yet powerful way of teaching. Ezzie is someone, like a lot of our show guests who I’ve orbited around online for a while but hadn’t connected with one on one until our interview, which makes it extra fun and special to be able to share that with you. Since we get questions about the lunar cycle and how to connect with and work with lunar energy all the time, I hope you enjoy today’s deep dive with someone who specializes in the subject. About Ezzie Spencer: Dr. Ezzie Spencer trained as a lawyer and did her PhD in women's wellbeing after sexual violence. She now teaches her personal practice called "Lunar Abundance" - how to cultivate inner peace and prosperity by following the moon's cycle. You can find download a free lunar calendar at www.ezziespencer.com and follow Ezzie’s lunar updates in real time @ezziespencer on Instagram. In this episode, Ezzie shares: 1. Using lunar tracking as a guidance system 2. Honoring your own pace 3. Empowerment within your emotional landscape What You'll Hear: 4:48 Connecting to your body as a gradual process 8:05 How Ezzie went from a lawyer to exploring lunar abundance 15:05 Emotional landscape and the moon as a mirror 20:19 The ways Ezzie created and layered the lunar practice with abundance 28:50 How the practice empowers emotional ownership within romantic partnership 35:44 Finding courage + moving at your own pace Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Lunar Abundance Planner Lunar Abundance Chart The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles The Education of Millionaires by Michael Ellsberg The Crossroads of Should and Must by Elle Luna The Unbridled Life with Jen Blackstock This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Rituals For The Full And New Moon Joy, Sisterhood And Intimacy With Kelly McNelis Senegor Be A Loving Master Of Your Energy With Dr. Deb Kern Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP68: How To Be A More Loving, Effective, and Compassionate Communicator


Wed, Jan 13, 2016


I tried something new in this episode based on some feedback I've received and some requests. An audio book for Untame Yourself is in the works for later this year as we've had several requests from people for one and I'm excited to produce it, too. For today's episode, I'm reading chapter ten from the book on Transparent Communication to you. Back in December when I did the 12 Days of Untame Yourself free video course, this was one of the most popular chapter to ask questions on. I can't wait to see how everything lands for you in this format today. Definitely come into the Facebook group and let me know what you thought - if you'd like more podcast episodes like this, reading and reviewing chapters from the book, or if you're happy to just hold out for the audio book! What You'll Hear: 5:19 The definition of transparent communication 7:07 How to identify expectations that you have in relationships 11:11 Relationship agreements and how to set them Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: The Work of Byron Katie Daring Greatly by Brene Brown Untame Yourself Book Companion This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Creating Success Through Connection With Brandon Hawk Embrace The Imperfection Of Life To Be A Lucky Bitch With Denise Duffield-Thomas An Electric Conversation About Romantic Partnership With Andy Drish Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP67: Margaret Nichols on Grounded Spirituality and Urban Oneness


Mon, Jan 11, 2016


Last month my friend Margaret Nichols interviewed me for her website and I enjoyed the conversation so much, I had to have her on the podcast ASAP. In today's episode we talk about navigating big life transitions, acting out as an adult, spiritual kryptonite and the areas of yoga that most people miss out on. About Margaret Nichols: A writer and consciousness cheerleader in Manhattan, Margaret Nichols is a recognized leader + trainer in the Oneness Movement. Having been involved since 2006, she trained with monks in India and Fiji and now teaches in New York and as well as mentoring other trainers nationally. The goal of “Oneness” is to “help set humanity free.” They let Margaret do this with high heels and great hair, so she is very pleased about that. Although teachers, influences and studies are too numerative to list here, in addition to her vast Oneness fam, and the ongoing Ultimate grace of Sri AmmaBhagavan, in 2006 she lived in India while studying with the late contemporary yogi master Sri K Pattabhi Jois, and had a continued Ashtanga practice with master teacher Eddie Stern and his awesome crew of teachers in New York. They and many others get mad gratitude for any grounding she might have. Om! On the artistic front, Margaret has been a professional, award-winning actress in New York City and internationally for a decade and a half. Since 2001 she’s been a member of the prestigious off-Broadway company: TACT (The Actor’s Company Theatre). www.tactnyc.org …and any bio would be remiss to not include her alma mater, the more than terrific: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. In this episode, Margaret shares: 1. Navigating big life transitions 2. Acting out as an adult 3. Spiritual kryptonite and the areas of yoga that most people miss out on What You'll Hear: 4:50 How men and women connect to intuition differently 9:51 Getting triggered and acting out as an adult 18:15 The focuses of yoga that people miss out on 21:11 A safe way to navigate choosing how to heal 29:22 Transitioning lifestyles and integrating new things 35:28 Trusting the Universe + being grounded Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Margaret's Interview with Elizabeth Divine Femme The Truth by Neil Strauss What the Bleep Do We Know!? The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle Amelie This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Listen To Your Intelligent Heart And Trust Your Intuition With Sonia Choquette How And When To Change Your Path Own Your Singular Truth With Meggan Watterson Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP66: Energy Tools and Practices for Empaths and HSPs


Wed, Jan 06, 2016


This week's question is something I've explored intensely myself since the summer of 2012 when I first started noticing how sensitive I was to other people's feelings and emotions. I love the way the question was asked too, because none of us want to feel super guarded all the time, but we also don't want to feel drained or depleted. In this episode I'm sharing my best tools and practices for you along with some extra resources in the show notes below. If you have any of your own practices you'd like to share, please let us know in the comments! In this episode, I answer the following question: As I've gone deeper into developing my spirituality and understanding the wisdom my body has I've begun developing (or perhaps awakening) more of the traits that are often labelled as empathic or Highly Sensitive. This has led me to wonder if these are traits I inherently have, or perhaps a byproduct of the work I am doing. So: Is there a difference between being a HSP/empath and just being in touch with yourself and others? Either way, how do you recommend preventing drain and fatigue from feeling your own emotions and the emotions of other? Is the only answer creating shields or putting up walls (like many recommendations I've found have suggested)? What You'll Hear: 5:18 Self-protection before you start your day 9:10 How to handle finding yourself feeling other people's emotions Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Am I An Empath? How to Deal with Being a Physical Empath Chakra Basics for Empaths Be A Loving Master Of Your Energy With Dr. Deb Kern Elizabeth's Shake It Off Video This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Coming Home To Yourself Anytime, Anywhere With Amy Palko A Simple Technique To Reduce Stress And Anxiety With Jessica Ortner Sensual Practices For Feeling Calm And Peaceful In A Hectic And Crazy World Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP65: Jill Coleman on How to be #AntiFragile and Build Emotional Strength


Mon, Jan 04, 2016


With the New Year upon us and the pressure of resolutions, I'm excited to share today's guest with you, my good friend Jill Coleman. In this episode we talk about developing emotional strength, self-trust, how to make moderation a lifestyle (it's way less boring than it sounds!) and how to be ?#?AntiFragile?. It's a great follow up to my conversation with Jessi Kneeland from last week. Love you, wild souls! About Jill Coleman: In addition to launching her personal brand at JillFit.com in 2010, Jill Coleman was a co-founder of Metabolic Effect, Inc. Her 16-year journey in the health and fitness industry began when she got her very first job at a gym just for the free membership at 15! Since then, it’s a been a whirlwind of education in exercise science and nutrition, fitness competitions, landing several national covers for fitness modeling and plenty of business growth. Her work has been featured in SELF magazine, Family Circle, SHAPE, Women’s Health magazine, Prevention magazine and many online news outlets like Yahoo Health, LiveStrong.com and AOL’s That’s Fit. Her passion lies in coaching in the areas of mindset, body and business, which she does via her flagship program, The Best Of You (BOY) Coaching Club mentorship, as well as a few signature online programs, like the Mindset Makeover, the Food Obsession Boot Camp and her 52-week exercise program, the Total Training Experience (TTE). In this episode, Jill shares: 1. What it's really like inside the fitness industry 2. The ins and outs of body shaming 3. How to make moderation a lifestyle What You'll Hear: 5:18 Finding emotional strength through self-trust 8:39 The truth behind the inside of the fitness industry 18:23 Different forms of body shaming + choosing your response 26:10 How to start feeling powerful in your body right now 31:17 Moderation and choosing function over form 39:17 #AntiFragile2016 + teaching self-trust Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: #AntiFragile2016 Fitness, The Media, And Your Precious Body With Jessi Kneeland An Electric Conversation About Romantic Partnership With Andy Drish Jill's blog post on body shaming Presence by Amy Cuddy The Charisma Myth by Oliva Fox Cabane This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: The Biggest Lie About Success Getting What You Want In Life Is Easier Than You Think (Hint: All You Have To Do Is Ask) Evolved Relationships And Loving Your Body Even When Your Partner Might Not Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP64: A Riff on Guidance and How To Ring in the New Year


Wed, Dec 30, 2015


In this episode, I share: I love to see so many New Year's offerings popping up and all the different ways people create to help you move into a new year and live better than you did in the previous year. So as you peruse the options remember: taking advice from people you know already have what you want or have had the experiences you desire to have is always a good choice. Be careful of people teaching things they haven't embodied or experienced. Ask yourself, "Do you want to learn from someone who's faking it til' they make it? or someone who has walked the path they're guiding you along, and is living their message?" What You'll Hear: 7:20 Choosing the right guide to get the best results 12:13 Taking life issues and circumstances head on 13:40 Ideas for New Year Rituals and Celebrations Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Ho'oponopono Forgiveness Practice Experience Yourself As The Miracle You Are With Jesse Elder The Wild Soul Way To Ring In A New Year This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Ecstasy Rising Year-In-Review 2013-2014 Dream Wildly And Often Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP63: Jessi Kneeland on Fitness, the Media, and Your Precious Body


Mon, Dec 28, 2015


About Jessi Kneeland: Jessi Kneeland is a certified personal trainer, fitness expert, and blogger. She's a NYC dweller, a lover of Scotch on the rocks, and she believes in the magic of birthdays and full moons. She rhymes often, she prefers savory to sweet, and she can’t think of a better way to spend an afternoon than reading good fiction in the sunshine. Jessi is tough, and sarcastic, and she's afraid of elevator doors. She loves deadlifting because it makes her feel like one of those little anime characters who power-up and then BURST into space! She loves sprinting because it makes her feel like a cheetah. She uses a lot of imagery, she's a feminist, and she cries so easily it’s embarrassing. Jessi is the creator of Remodel Fitness because it is her deepest wish that she may be able to help women everywhere harness the inherent power that they either don’t know is inside of them, or don’t feel they deserve to tap into. It is incredibly empowering to put in the work and then actually see and feel the results in your body. It’s rewarding and astonishing to realize that you are stronger and better this week than you were last week. She uses fitness to encourage a strong sense of self-worth, and foster body-positivity and self-acceptance along the way. She wants to help you achieve the body you deserve, while loving the body you have. She wants to create an army of women who feel empowered through fitness to dream bigger and live triumphantly, because she believes our world needs you. In this episode, Jessi shares: 1. The many ways people choose their mentors 2. A behind-the-scenes view at fitness in the media 3. Recognizing avoidance as fear What You'll Hear: 7:10 The layers of choosing a teacher or mentor 11:23 Societal conversation on the female body 18:14 Some universal truths + fitness in the media 29:50 Mixing life coaching and fitness 33:00 Handling transitions and listening to yourself 37:45 Acknowledging fear + bravery as subjective 43:13 Jessi's yoga "tricks" Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Why I'm Getting Naked on the Interenet by Jessi Kneeland Amy Schumer Instagram Photo Jessi Kneeland Instagram This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Handling Fear The Body Love Episode Body Image And Celebrity Influence Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP62: What To Do When Things Aren’t Going The Way You Wanted Them To


Wed, Dec 23, 2015


In this episode, I answer the following question: I would love an “Ask Elizabeth” episode to be something along the lines of “What do you do when you wake up on the wrong side of the bed/let a conversation go somewhere you don’t want it to/become overwhelmed with self doubt and/or the need for external validation?” I think those of us who work with you or just read your stuff harbor a somewhat delusional fantasy that you have managed to find a way to suppress all of these destructive feelings, when in reality, I suspect that your humanity gets the best of you sometimes and you don’t cope as well as you might. What You'll Hear: 7:35 A few tools to set the tone for your day 10:02 Handling when a conversation is going differently that you wanted Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Untame Yourself Book Companion Loving What Is by Byron Katie This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: 4 Of The Worst Excuses For Not Doing Your Work How And When To Change Your Path Understand Your Essence For More Satisfying Interactions With Michaela Boehm Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP61: Justine Musk on How Women Experience The Hero’s Journey


Mon, Dec 21, 2015


About Justine Musk: Justine Musk writes about creativity, culture and self-discovery. I met Justine back in 2011 when we were in a mastermind together with Marie Forleo and just like her written word, her spoken words of feedback, creativity and ideas always blew me away. She is a deep thinker and someone you want to pay close attention to. Prepare to have your mind stimulated and your perspectives expanded. For more Justine, visit her blog. In this episode, Justine shares: 1. The feminine role in the hero's journey 2. Masculine and feminine as yin and yang 3. Our culture's treatment of young girls What You'll Hear: 2:41 Expressing yourself through dancing and movement 6:52 Developing the skill of being present 10:35 Chanting and the cultural structures of religions 17:18 The hero’s journey in the feminine way 21:56 The masculine/feminine persona in culture 27:48 When teenage girls aren’t seen and understood 34:55 Our culture’s treatment of sexuality and girls’ bodies 39:52 Seeing masculine/feminine as yin and yang 49:30 Using boundaries to tell your story 53:30 Adornment as a way of enjoying your body’s movements Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Shamanism, Shadow Work, And Living A Forbidden Life With Foxy Pickett Courage, Inner Fire, And The Alchemy Of Womanhood With Jen Blackstock Attitude, Adornment, And Self-Expression With Christina Morassi Understand Your Essence For More Satisfying Interactions With Michaela Boehm How To Be More Feminine (Part I) How To Be More Feminine (Part II) How To Be More Feminine (Part III) 25 Badass Ways To Say No by Justine Musk Men Explain Things To Me by Rebecca Solnit Mating in Captivity by Esther Perel A Literature of Their Own by Elaine Showalter This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Meditation: How To Cultivate A Consistent Practice Outrageous Openness With Tosha Silver How To Be A Free Range Adult With Ali Shanti Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP60: Rituals for The Full and New Moon


Fri, Dec 18, 2015


In this episode, I answer the following question: What are rituals for the Full and New Moon? What You'll Hear: 3:55 Looking inward, intentions and the New (or dark) Moon 6:11 Releasing, burning, and the Full Moon Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Code Red: Know Your Flow, Unlock Your Super Powers And Create A Bloody Amazing Life With Lisa Lister Mystic Mamma Isis Oracle by Alana Fairchild Sacred Rebel Oracle by Alana Fairchild Ho'oponopono Forgiveness Practice Qoya New Moon Ritual This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Living Qoya, Wise, Wild, And Free With Rochelle Schieck Courage, Inner Fire, And The Alchemy Of Womanhood With Jen Blackstock Coming Home To Yourself Anytime, Anywhere With Amy Palko Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP59: Lisa Lister on Code Red: Know Your Flow, Unlock Your Super Powers and Create a Bloody Amazing Life


Mon, Dec 14, 2015


About Lisa Lister: Crowned ‘the defender of female awesomeness’ by Cooler magazine, Lisa Lister is a writer, menstrual maven and creatrix of the SHE Flow protocol – yoga, sacred feminine movement and ancient menstrual health practices – dedicated to helping women crack their lady code, reconnect with their body wisdom + love their lady landscape. In this episode, Lisa shares: 1. Your menstrual cycle as a power source 2. Using rituals to reclaim your power 3. The connection between fertility and body love What You'll Hear: 5:13 What your menstrual cycle is really about 8:18 The four phases of the cycle 17:00 How to honor your cycles if you’re no longer menstruating 22:09 Rituals as a part of womanhood 34:12 Fertility and loving on your body 43:06 Sharing your cycle awareness with a partner Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Code Red by Lisa Lister This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How And Why To Go Braless Or Not Dreams And The Wisdom Of Birth With Latham Thomas The Body Love Episode Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP58: 4 Of The Worst Excuses For Not Doing Your Work


Wed, Dec 09, 2015


Last week I wrote a blog answering this question, this week I'm going a bit deeper on the points in this episode: I lost so much, but I am the happiest I have ever been. So the reason I am filling you in a bit with all my drama is to suggest some topics for your work. You may be into it, you may not. My friends ask me, "can you teach me to be strong like you?" Isn't that sweet? The thing is, no one wants to do the work!! They think I just cried a lot, read some books, and ta da! I try to explain all of the things that I personally had to do, but these beautiful friends don't want to make difficult decisions or face their fears. What is it that makes it seem so impossible and take so long for us to make changes and nurture ourselves? What You'll Hear: 5:30 What I mean by "your work" 7:21 Excuse #1: "I don't have the resources." 13:24 Excuse #2: “I don’t know what I want.” 15:40 Excuse #3: “I’ll figure it out on my own.” 23:04 Excuse #4: “I’m not ready.” Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Click here for the blog post: The 4 Worst Excuses For Not Doing Your Work Resources: Untame Yourself Book Companion Evolving Out Loud This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Creating Success Through Connection With Brandon Hawk Let Her Be Angry Should You Hire A Coach? Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP57: Ali Shueler on Interfacing with Grief


Mon, Dec 07, 2015


About Ali Shueler: Ali is a writer and women’s empowerment enthusiast, supporting women in “unleashing and embracing their wild feminine nature". Her mission is passionately providing women with experience-based tools that inspire life-changing awakening in the feminine, promoting emotional awareness, spiritual fulfillment, wild self-expression as well as a connection to our bodies and their natural cycles. She enjoys writing and video blogging weekly through her website WildWomanSpeaks.com and sharing inspiration with her Wild Woman Speaks community daily through Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. In this episode, Ali shares: 1. How to deal with fresh grief 2. What to say and what not to say to a grieving person 3. Honoring the cycles of the female body and Mother Earth What You'll Hear: 3:23 Women and the full range of emotion 6:50 Fully feeling into grief and the reactions of others 10:43 What to say and what not to say to someone who is grieving 19:27 How nobody escapes interacting with grief 23:50 Intuition + fear thoughts vs fear feelings 28:38 Why and how we should honor the Earth more 33:28 Rituals for menstrual and lunar cycles 42:35 Women’s empowerment and work in the world Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Sheryl Sandberg's Post on Grief Second Firsts by Christina Rasmussen The Gift of Fear by Gavin de Becker Code Red by Lisa Lister WomanCode by Alisa Vitti Alisa Starkweather + The Priestess Path This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: No One Completes Anyone And I Cannot Be Your Everything The Fullness Of Life With Christina Rasmussen How To Find Your Tribe Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP56: Kelly McNelis Senegor on Joy, Sisterhood and Intimacy


Wed, Dec 02, 2015


About Kelly McNelis Senegor: Kelly McNelis Senegor is the founder of Women For One, a destination for women who are ready and willing to make life happen. She travels the world as a speaker, teacher, and facilitator of workshops, helping others tap into lives powered by truth. It seems simple, doesn’t it - telling the truth? Well, in a world ready to judge at the click of a mouse, it’s a lot easier to create stories that keep us safe. But safety keeps us stalled, while the truth makes us nimble, powerful, and creative. Kelly’s dedication to truthtelling helps people in search of more to realize their own personal truths and to share their stories with the world. Through sharing, we find inspiration, community, and can create action that aligns our future with what we know it can be. With over 20 years of experience as a non-profit and small business consultant and trainer, Kelly has worked with governmental agencies; county, state, and national lawmakers and policymakers. She has helped some of the most powerful people in the country develop and implement strategies to streamline their businesses and work more effectively and successfully. She is excited to be one of the many voices behind Women For One, empowering generations of women around the world to build relationships, community, and the support structure they need to recognize and achieve their dreams. She finds her own daily inspiration in spending time with her husband and children in their home outside of Seattle, and is currently writing her first book. In this episode, Kelly shares: 1. The value of sisterhood 2. The difference between codepency and intimacy 3. Honoring yourself without controlling others What You'll Hear: 3:52 Self-judgement and projecting onto others 7:58 Opening yourself up to receiving support + finding present moments 16:08 Letting go of codependency 22:20 Eroticism and the S Factor experience Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Sheila Kelly S Factor This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Faith And Spirituality In Business With Christina Platt Sexual Liberation With Ev’Yan Whitney The Body Love Episode Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP54: davidji on Destressifying Your Life


Wed, Nov 25, 2015


About davidji: davidji is an internationally recognized stress-management expert, corporate trainer, meditation teacher, and author of the critically acclaimed destressifying: The Real-World Guide to Personal Empowerment, Lasting Fulfillment, and Peace of Mind;and Secrets of Meditation: A Practical Guide to Inner Peace & Personal Transformation, winner of the Nautilus Book Award. He is credited with creating the 21-day meditation process, which spawned hundreds of 21-day meditation experiences & challenges around the world. Often referred to as the Velvet Voice of Stillness, he can be heard on more than 500 guided meditations, available on iTunes, Amazon.com, HayHouse.com, GooglePlay, Spotify, Pandora, SoundCloud, & on davidji.com. After a 20-year career in business, finance, and mergers and acquisitions, davidji began a new journey to wholeness, which he found through meditation. He apprenticed under Drs. Deepak Chopra and David Simon, serving as the Chopra Center COO, Lead Educator and then as the first Dean of Chopra Center University, training more than 200,000 people to meditate and certifying more than 1,000 meditation teachers. He has since left the Chopra Center to travel the world teaching the practical integration of meditation, mindfulness, conscious choice making, and ancient wisdom into our real-world, modern-day experiences. For more than 12 years davidji has helped thousands of people around the world to be more reflective and less reflexive, make better decisions, sleep better, enhance their relationships, experience abundance, and live a purpose-driven life. He has a passion for working with those in high-pressure situations, including members of the military, special forces, law enforcement, business leaders, and those in crisis. He is the developer of the Blue Courage Awareness Training curriculum, which empowers police throughout the U.S., and teaches them present-moment life tools in their quest for safety, nobility, resilience and guardianship. His teachings on stress release, conflict resolution, and mindfulness are now practiced in some of the largest precincts and police academies in the country. In this episode, davidji shares: 1. Connecting to the stillness and silence within 2. Attention, Affection, Appreciation, and Acceptance 3. His amazing post 9-11 story What You'll Hear: 7:07 Integrating masculine and feminine energies 12:50 How davidji went from banking to meditation 21:26 One goal and 8 billion ways to access it 28:02 Being pro-television and believing in all things 39:00 Passive action and affecting change 43:30 The core elements of destressifying Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Live From The Sweet Spot with davidji destressifying: The Real-World Guide to Personal Empowerment, Lasting Fulfillment, and Peace of Mind The Bhagavad Gita This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Divine Guidance And Commitment Please Put Down The 100lb Box Listen To Your Intelligent Heart And Trust Your Intuition With Sonia Choquette Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP53: Brett Hoebel on Sweating With Soul


Mon, Nov 23, 2015


About Brett Hoebel: As the author and creator of the revolutionary 20 Minute Body™ book and DVDs, and celebrity trainer on NBC’s The Biggest Loser season 11, Brett Hoebel is one of the country’s most sought-after experts for fast fat-loss, nutrition and motivation. He was also one of the health and fitness experts on Food Network’s Fat Chef, as well as the brains behind the RevAbs® DVDs from Beachbody (producers of P90-X). Greatist named Brett one of the world’s “Top 100 Health and Fitness Influencers” with others including Michelle Obama and Jillian Michaels; and has been touted as “Best of New York” by New York Magazine and Allure. His “fitness from within” philosophy and body-mind approach come from his struggles as an over-weight teenager and diverse experiences in different Eastern and Western disciplines, including his martial arts training in capoeira while in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. In addition, Brett earned his educational background with a pre-med neuroscience Bachelor degree and has been certified with many organizations including NASM, CrossFit, Yoga Alliance, and the C.H.E.K. Institute for Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology and Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching. A 15-year veteran in the fitness industry, Brett has shaped-up Hollywood’s finest, including Victoria Secret supermodels and A-list actors. He appears frequently on shows like Dr Oz, Steve Harvey, The Talk, The View and the Today show, and is a contributing fitness expert for publications, including Shape, Self, Women’s Health, Vogue, and Details. Brett’s passion, knowledge and creativity can be seen in the lifestyle-fitness programs he’s created, his company Hoebel Fitness, as well as his Rise Above Bullying campaign where he speaks at schools around the world to inspire and educate children on how inner-strength can turn pain into passion and is the key to overcoming adversity. In this episode, Brett shares: 1. Choosing exercise that speaks to you emotionally 2. Why the dumbbell and the diet don't get you in shape 3. Understand what you're capable of What You'll Hear: 7:43 How to choose a workout that speaks to you emotionally 16:03 Sacrifices vs. self-deprivation 22:53 The Biggest Loser + emotional connection 27:55 Getting through the chaotic self chatter 32:08 Capoeira: a movement language 35:11 The 20 Minute Body - anytime, anywhere 42:27 Passion is priceless Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: 20 Minute Body Experience Yourself As The Miracle You Are With Jesse Elder Only the Strong This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: An Open Letter To Men You Are Love, You Are Light, You Are Wild, You Are Free My Business And Money Story Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP52: Hal Elrod on Accepting Life Before It Happens


Wed, Nov 18, 2015


About Hal Elrod: In addition to being one of the highest rated keynote speakers in America, Hal Elrod is the #1 bestselling author of what’s being widely regarded as one “one of the most life-changing books ever written,” The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life… (Before 8AM). He’s also a Hall of Fame business achiever, one of America’s top Success Coaches, an ultra-marathon runner, and grateful husband & father. Known as “Yo Pal Hal” since hosting his first radio show at age 15, his greatest triumph came at age 20 after he was hit head on by a drunk driver (at 80 mph) and found dead at the scene… Despite being dead for six minutes, in a coma for six days, breaking 11 bones and being told he may never walk again, Hal defied the logic of doctors and the temptations to be a victim, and he bounced back to prove that ALL of us are capable of overcoming extraordinary adversity to create extraordinary results in our personal and professional lives. Hal has appeared on dozens of TV and radio shows across the country, and he’s been featured in numerous books, including The Education of Millionaires, the all-time bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul series, Cutting Edge Sales, The 800-Pound Gorilla of Sales, Releasing the Chains, Living College Life In the Front Row, and The Author’s Guide To Building An Online Platform, to name a few. His #1 bestselling book, The Miracle Morning and his highly acclaimed #6 bestseller, Taking Life Head On! are two of the most acclaimed books on Amazon with a combined 800+ 5-star reviews. In this episode, Hal shares: 1. The Five Minute Rule For dealing with negativity 2. The value of daily behavior change 3. The best parenting advice that has nothing to do with being a parent What You'll Hear: 6:00 The success of The Miracle Morning 11:28 Parenting and becoming the best version of yourself 15:20 Hal's journey + The Five Minute Rule 23:26 Growing together instead of apart Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki Best Year Ever Live Event This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Health And Happiness, Can We Have One Without The Other? Prioritizing Health and Self-Care Women, Food, and Desire with Alex Jamieson Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP51: Jordan Gray on How to “Love Hard” Without Love Having to be Hard


Mon, Nov 16, 2015


About Jordan Gray: Jordan Gray is a #1 Amazon best-selling author, public speaker, and relationship coach with nearly a decade of practice behind him. Jordan’s work has been featured in television and print publications in many countries and he has made it his life’s purpose to make thriving relationships attainable to everyone. Within two months of starting his website, Jordan had two #1 best-selling e-books on Amazon and, since launching, has since reached an audience of over 10 million people from around the world with his blog. Jordan has worked with over a thousand clients privately in the past decade and has helped everyone (from singles to loving spouses) have more deeply fulfilling love lives. When he’s not coaching clients or writing a new blog post, Jordan loves to pretend he’s good at surfing, immerse himself in new cultures, and savour slow-motion hang outs with his closest companions. In this episode, Jordan shares: 1. Relationships as a container for growth and safe space 2. How to create thriving intimacy 3. What to do when you judge your partner (or they judge you) What You'll Hear: 8:00 How to navigate your partner constantly changing their mind 12:55 Steps to accept your own sensitivity 19:06 Why self-acceptance needs to come before self-love 24:48 How to hold space for your partner to express their emotions 28:25 When you and your partner are at different levels of growth 33:40 Breaking the illusion of your partner 36:25 When you're very compatible but the physical attraction isn't there 43:48 How to bring up a sensitive topic Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Marry a Man Who Knows How to Love Hard by Jordan Gray What to Do When Your Man Insinuates You Could Lose a Few by Sarah Jenks This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: An Electric Conversation About Romantic Partnership With Andy Drish How To Be A Free Range Adult With Ali Shanti Self – Acceptance Before Self – Improvement, Please Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP50: Jesse Elder on Experiencing Yourself as The Miracle You Are


Wed, Nov 11, 2015


About Jesse Elder: Former competitive martial artist and owner of a chain of martial arts studios, Jesse Elder now works with some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to clear the blockages that the prevent them from going to a higher level. I first met him at an event in January 2015. He only spoke on stage for 10 minutes and by the time it was over, I *knew* he was my next mentor. He's one of the rare people who I always get value from interacting with, whether it's at a live event in his home, on our weekly coaching calls or even a simple text message. He's a total Lighthouse and I am so excited to introduce you to him today! In this episode, Jesse shares: 1. Gaining confidence through evidence 2. Study vs Training (and the elements of effective training for any individual) 3. The pleasure that comes from making mistakes What You'll Hear: 7:17 Jesse's money journey 11:01 The three reasons people disallow the flow of money 18:05 Learned helplessness + measuring progress backwards 24:01 The concept of study vs. training 30:57 Why the highest form of service is putting yourself first 35:47 Jesus, Bruce Lee, and always seeking joy 42:00 Practicing the master skill: How to guide yourself to come back into alignment with the truth of who you actually are Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Learned Optimism by Martin Seligman This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Understand Your Essence For More Satisfying Interactions with Michaela Boehm Embrace The Imperfection of Life To Be A Lucky Bitch with Denise Duffield-Thomas Getting What You Want In Life Is Easier Than You Think (Hint: All You Have To Do Is Ask) Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP49: Brandon Hawk on Creating Success Through Connection


Mon, Nov 09, 2015


About Brandon Hawk: Hailed by one of his CEO client’s as “some sort of hybrid of Tony Robbins & Martin Luther King Jr,” Brandon Hawk is an expert in human potential. After joining the U.S. Olympic Tennis team at the age of 17, Brandon had the opportunity to taste the double-edged sword of success at a young age. He retired from Tennis in his early 20’s due to injury and began a 10 year journey of studying, developing and testing principles of personal transcendence and human connection. Brandon now works exclusively with CEO’s who pay up to $250,000/year to develop their capacity for a more quality, productive and fulfilling life — all of whom credit Brandon with dramatic life change. Beyond his personal coaching, Brandon is the creator of several programs and products that help people discover who they are and create lives they actually love living — including the YOU(TRAINING) event, YOU(COACHING) process, & the YOU(JOURNEY) workbook. When not on the road speaking, Brandon divides his time between introducing people to a better way of life, husbanding his beautiful wife—Ginny, and fathering his three fantastic kids—Austin, Conner & Georgia. In this episode, Brandon shares: 1. Emotional age and why it matters 2. Giving within capacity and creating boundaries of value 3. Parenting through connection What You'll Hear: 4:15 Embracing your femininity and goddess energy 12:12 When external living doesn't give you internal validation 15:30 Understanding your emotional age + finding congruence 25:11 Celebration and owning all of your greatness 31:23 Parenting with self-awareness 40:50 How giving within capacity increases your value Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Daring Greatly by Brene Brown This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Courage, Inner Fire, And The Alchemy Of Womanhood With Jen Blackstock Listen To Your Intelligent Heart and Trust Your Intuition with Sonia Choquette For the Love of Boundaries Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP48: Andy Drish and An Electric Conversation about Romantic Partnership


Wed, Nov 04, 2015


About Andy Drish: Andy started digging ditches with his father at age 14, working construction in a small town in Iowa…learning to value hard work and education early in life. With lots of trial and error, he built and sold his first company at age 26. Realizing entrepreneurship has the power to change the world, Andy co-founded The Foundation with Dane Maxwell in 2012. The Foundation teaches entrepreneurs how to start and scale software businesses from scratch. The Foundation is a global entrepreneurial education company that has helped entrepreneurs from over 45 countries start businesses from nothing by focusing on the deep inner game of entrepreneurship. Andy believes the world is a better place with more entrepreneurs in it, and he envisions a world where anyone who wants to start a business, has access to the right tools, resources, and community support to do so. In this episode, Andy shares: 1. The readiness of men in relationships 2. How to exist with uncertainty 3. Reconfiguring your identity as an individual and in partnership What You'll Hear: 5:48 How to exist in uncertainty 10:45 Taking time for yourself, having balance, and going in cycles 15:37 Societal and cultural conditioning in defining relationships 20:00 Choosing functionality over form within a relationship 28:29 Avoiding "mind-reading" and the importance of sharing your desires 33:50 Timing and the readiness of men 36:57 Sourcing outside of the relationship to get what you need 41:36 How to cultivate stability within a stage of uncertainty 52:59 Two of the most consistent traits that powerful and inspiring women have Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: The Way of the Superior Man by David Deida The Amazing Development of Men by Alison Armstrong How to Be More Feminine (Part I) How to Be More Feminine (Part II) How to Be More Feminine (Part III) Ho'oponopono Forgiveness Practice This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Evolved Relationships And Loving Your Body Even When Your Partner Might Not Partnership and Healthy Treatment of Big Hot Emotions with Terri Cole Sexual Liberation with Ev'Yan Whitney Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP47: Lewis Howes on The School of Greatness


Mon, Nov 02, 2015


About Lewis Howes: Lewis Howes is an online marketing expert, sought after business coach, author, podcaster, USA Men’s National Team Handball Player, and Lifestyle Entrepreneur. In 3 years, Howes went from sleeping on his sister’s couch to running a seven figure online education business. A former pro football player, and two sport All American, Howes experienced a career ending wrist injury that forever changed the trajectory of his business career. He has spoken to thousands at conferences, educated entrepreneurs and professionals around the world on how to make a living doing what they love. Howes has developed multiple educational online courses for entrepreneurs and business owners. Inspired by influential individuals, Lewis began the School of Greatness podcast, which shares stories from the most brilliant business minds, world class athletes, and inspiring celebrities on the planet to tap into their stories of greatness. Often featured as a #1 podcast in iTunes, The School of Greatness has reached over 7 million downloads and receives over 800,000 downloads/month. He has hosted notable guests like Anthony Robbins, Arianna Huffington, Julianne Hough, Scooter Braun, Tim Ferriss, Marie Forleo, and Jack Canfield. In this episode, Lewis shares: 1. Why not having a clear vision is a really selfish act 2. The Perfect Day Exercise 3. How he took a stand for writing the book he wanted to write What You'll Hear: 4:25 Doubts and self-awareness 9:31 Tools for developing greatness 14:58 Having and holding a vision 18:15 Putting yourself first 21:06 Lewis' journey and vision 30:16 Vulnerability and imperfection Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: The School of Greatness The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Getting What You Want In Life Is Easier Than You Think (Hint: All You Have To Do Is Ask) Dream Wildly And Often The Fullness Of Life With Christina Rasmussen Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP45: Denise Duffield-Thomas on Embracing The Imperfection of Life To Be A Lucky Bitch


Mon, Oct 26, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. About Denise Duffield-Thomas: Denise Duffield-Thomas is the money mindset mentor for the new wave of online female entrepreneurs. Her best-selling books “Lucky Bitch” and “Get Rich, Lucky Bitch” give a fresh and funny road-map to create an outrageously successful life and business. Denise helps women release their fear of money, set premium prices for their services and take back control over their finances. Denise is an award winning speaker, author and entrepreneur who helps women transform their Economy-Class money mindset into a First-Class life. In this episode, Denise shares: 1. How to unsubscribe from other people's drama 2. The power of language 3. Money talk - beliefs, boundaries and debt What You'll Hear: 4:04 The courage to be controversial 8:08 Unapologetically being yourself through changing relationships 11:04 Embracing imperfection + a philosophy of ease 12:20 Changing external language 16:02 How to set boundaries and Denise's little bubble 25:34 Decluttering beliefs + looking at the negative 31:50 The power of language + practicing discernment 44:33 Owning who you are Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: A Simple Technique To Reduce Stress And Anxiety With Jessica Ortner Fuck You Spiritual People For Using Gratitude As A Bypass To Your Anger by Michael Hrostoski This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Turning the Tables: Liz Gets Interviewed by Chela Davison Who You Are In All Moments with Tricia Huffman Living Qoya: Wise, Wild and Free with Rochelle Sheik Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP43: Christina Platt on Faith and Spirituality in Business


Mon, Oct 19, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. About Christina Platt: Christina is the founder of Bamboletta. In this episode, Christina shares: 1. For the world to get better we have to give a crap about things 2. What is true abundance 3. Primal, innate business and women in community What You'll Hear: 4:00 Conscious and empowering business 11:47 Navigating fear in entrepreneurship 14:17 Meditation rituals + reacting to situations 18:57 Giving and receiving 20:22 Sisterhood, community, and the workplace 30:04 The beautiful reason why Christina turned down a million dollars 35:00 Different forms of charity 38:07 Spiritual practices + the journey back to being a child 42:01 Trust and the magic of being a mess Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Partnership And Healthy Treatment Of Big Hot Emotions With Terri Cole Understand Your Essence For More Satisfying Interactions With Michaela Boehm Navigate Your Personal Evolution With Love With Chela Davison The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: My Business and Money Story Living Qoya, Wise, Wild, And Free With Rochelle Schieck Should You Hire A Coach? Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP41: Amy Palko on Coming Home to Yourself Anytime, Anywhere


Mon, Oct 12, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Amy Palko: Digital Priestess, Goddess Guide, Soul Writer, Selkie. Amy writes beautiful words that evoke something deep within the hearts of her readers. Words that take us on a journey together. Words that create a sense of place, an atmosphere, a shared resonance. She wants you to feel as though you are standing with her on the breakwater, listening to the birds calling each to each as the haar silently cradles us in its ethereal embrace. In this episode, Amy shares: 1. Finding vs. Seeking 2. Practices for respecting your intimate relationship with yourself 3. The power of women's circles (and how to create one) What You'll Hear: 2:56 How to become more grounded 6:08 Embodiment practices + finding the Divine inside yourself 11:28 Flow-writing: a stream of consciousness practice 14:11 Seeking vs finding + consumerism 19:20 Amy's journey and non-conforming as a mom 25:40 Honoring the sacredness of initiation 33:17 The full human experience 38:00 Self-reflection, self-expression, self-acceptance 42:23 How to create a sacred circle Resources The Mists of Avalon The Red Tent Women Who Run with the Wolves Interview with Foxy: Lola Yaguaret? Pickett Interview with Latham Thomas The Desire Map This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Listen To Your Intelligent Heart And Trust Your Intuition With Sonia Choquette Books, Books, And More Books Faith And Spirituality In Business With Christina Platt Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP39: KC Baker on Source of Life


Mon, Oct 05, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About KC Baker: KC Baker is an international women's thought leadership & public speaking trainer, speechwriter, and two-time TEDx speaker who has clients such as Microsoft, Forbes, BMW, and McKinsey & Co. Hailed as "One of the Top Planetary Changemakers" by Origin Magazine. Find out more at KCBAKER.com In this episode, KC shares: 1. Moving from external validation to internal validation 2. Fertile listening 3. The vast creativity of Mother energy What You'll Hear: 4:45 KC's body journey + dark night of the soul 9:48 The shift from external to internal validation 13:14 Being an observer of your thoughts 16:29 The intimacy of being seen 22:12 The power of fertile listening 25:01 The river of universal mother energy 36:00 The value of the mother + source of life Resources The Work of Byron Katie Interview with Christina Morassi Interview with Susana Frioni This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: A Simple Technique To Reduce Stress And Anxiety With Jessica Ortner Experience Yourself As The Miracle You Are With Jesse Elder Evolved Relationships And Loving Your Body Even When Your Partner Might Not Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP37: Tosha Silver on Outrageous Openness


Mon, Sep 28, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Tosha Silver: I grew up in Pennsylvania thinking one day I would be a rabbi, a lawyer, or a weathergirl. But fate seemed to have other ideas. I graduated from Yale with a degree in English literature but along the way developed an unexpected passion for metaphysics and yogic philosophy. One way or another, whether teaching, writing, or doing private sessions, I’ve spent the last thirty years helping people access the Divine Beloved within. That’s my biggest passion. I adore helping people access the Divine in deep, alive and authentic ways, without the usual dogma or jargon so common in this realm. I especially love the Universe’s unexpected and wild sense of humor.Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead, my first self-published book, gained a passionate audience around the world amongst people looking for fresh and vivid ways to open to the Divine. I’m thrilled that it was recently purchased by Atria Books who are bringing it to a wider audience. Most days I also write on my author page on Facebook so come follow me there for content-rich material. I truly enjoy helping folks from all over know the love affair that is always going on inside and outside with the Beloved. The connection and guidance from the Inner Divine begins to take the lead when it is sincerely invited….by anyone. The Universe is a Divine party. In this episode, Tosha shares: 1. How to create a personal relationship with the Divine. 2. Debunking popular "manifestation" theories. 3. Relating to religion and spirituality What You'll Hear: 2:29 The many forms of the goddess 7:33 How to find the authentic you 10:33 How to navigate the transition to openness with the Divine 16:23 Finding the Divine in the mundane 25:18 Manifestation + the Divine plan Resources Outrageous Openness by Tosha Silver Change Me Prayers by Tosha Silver This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Own Your Singular Truth With Meggan Watterson A Few Things About Guilt Joy, Sisterhood And Intimacy With Kelly McNelis Senegor Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP35: Jessica Ortner on A Simple Technique to Reduce Stress and Anxiety


Mon, Sep 21, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Jessica Ortner: Jessica Ortner is a co-producer of the breakthrough documentary film on EFT / Meridian Tapping, “The Tapping Solution.” For the past eight years, Jessica has traveled the world working with and training under many of the leaders in the field of personal development. She is trained as an NLP Master Practitioner and is certified in hypnosis. She combines her experience in the field with her knowledge of tapping to create tap-along audios that have been used by thousands of people around the world, with great results. Jessica is the host, and creates content for, The Tapping Insiders Club (www.TappingInsidersClub.com) and is also the host of the annual Tapping World summit. In this episode, Jessica shares: 1. The Tapping Solution: what it is and how it works 2. Body confidence 3. A healthy way to approach negative feelings and emotions without bypassing the experience What You'll Hear: 2:14 What tapping is, and how and why it works 8:20 Where the tapping points are and how to tap 11:52 The setup statement + acknowledging how you feel 15:27 On feeling through negative emotions 18:30 Liz and Jess tap through the process 25:50 Fears in using tapping + law of attraction 29:32 Rwanda, Newtown CT, and how tapping helped trauma victims 35:18 Body confidence and handling stress Resources The Work of Byron Katie This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How I Make Important Life Decisions (And What’s The Difference Between Impulse And Intuition?) Sweat With Soul With Brett Hoebel Coming Home To Yourself Anytime, Anywhere With Amy Palko Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP33: Tricia Huffman on Who You Are In All Moments


Mon, Sep 14, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Tricia Huffman: Tricia Huffman, aka Your Joyologist, is a student of life and a teacher of living. While living out her first dream as a live sound engineer touring the world with Grammy Award winning artists, she saw firsthand that even these people who are living out their biggest dreams, with everything at their fingertips can be unhappy, unhealthy and uninspired. That we all need daily inspiration to keep living a life that we love, day in and day out. Thus, Your Joyologist was born to support and inspire everyone from those same artists to stay at home moms to implement a healthier lifestyle, cultivate a greater self love and keep you in integrity with who you want to be in the world. In this episode, Tricia shares: 1. External vs internal feedback 2. How and why to stop shoulding on yourself 3. On going for big dreams and what happens when you get there What You'll Hear: 3:31 Being a woman in a male-dominated career field 7:43 How to respond calmly when your ego wants to combat 9:37 Tricia's career transition - from sound engineer to Joyologist 16:36 Putting yourself first, even if you're responsible for someone else 22:25 Navigating judgement and assumptions 29:38 Expressing love through fear 32:19 Having big dreams and listening to your heart 37:58 Eliminating the word "should" This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Understand Your Essence For More Satisfying Interactions With Michaela Boehm Accepting Life Before It Happens With Hal Elrod Your Love Is Good Enough Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP31: Sonia Choquette on Listening To Your Intelligent Heart and Trusting Your Intuition


Mon, Sep 07, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Sonia Choquette: Sonia Choquette is celebrated worldwide as an author, spiritual teacher, six-sensory consultant, and transformational visionary guide. An enchanting storyteller, Sonia is known for her delightful humor and adept skill in quickly shifting people out of psychological and spiritual difficulties, and into a healthier energy flow. She is the author of 19 internationally best-selling books about intuitive awakening, personal and creative growth, and the transformational leadership capabilities that reside within, most notably with the New York Times best-seller The Answer is Simple. In this episode, Sonia shares: 1. Getting comfortable in your spirit, skin and beauty 2. Feminine confidence and not justifying your vibes 3. Simple intuition games to strengthen your connection to your higher self What You'll Hear: 5:27 When you're questioning your confidence 8:53 Sixth sensory living and following your intuition 12:36 Handling those who discredit intuition + letting go of the approval of others 15:46 How to cultivate freedom, confidence, and intuition in your children 18:21 The ways you sabotage your intuition + games to play that can open you up Resources Ask Your Guides by Sonia Choquette Outrageous Openness by Tosha Silver The Intuitive Spark by Sonia Choquette This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Creating Success Through Connection With Brandon Hawk How To Be More Feminine (Part I) Health And Happiness, Can We Have One Without The Other? Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP29: Ev’yan Whitney on Sexual Liberation


Mon, Aug 31, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Ev'Yan Whitney: Ev'Yan Whitney is a writer, sensualist, & sexuality doula. With honeyed prose, she waxes poetic on sex, orgasm, self-care, & honoring your natural cycles at her digital sanctuary, sexloveliberation.com. She also helps doula women into a full expression of their divine erotic & sensual selves via intimate coaching. When she's not knee deep in sexual liberation (be it hers or others'), she's likely booty dancing to Beyonc? in her kitchen. She'd love to connect with you on Instagram& Facebook. In this episode, Ev'Yan shares: 1. Sex as a force of communion, creativity and energetic exchange 2. Honoring the body's cycles and personal sexual practice 3. How to choose birth control that feels right for your body What You'll Hear: 3:29 Body cycles and acceptance 6:22 Birth control methods 15:09 Erotic awakening + real life V cards 22:37 Sexual energetic exchange and vulnerability 28:06 Exploring your pleasure 35:40 The practice of scheduling sex 38:09 Navigating when you want to have sex and your partner doesn't Resources 8 Years of Sex With the Same Guy - blog post by Ev'Yan Whitney WomanCode by Alisa Vitti This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Love, Sex, Desire With Susana Frioni Love And Relationships (With Special Guest Mike Hrostoski!) An Electric Conversation About Romantic Partnership With Andy Drish Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP27: Ali Shanti on How To Be A Free Range Adult


Mon, Aug 24, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Ali Shanti: Alexis Neely is a new economy personal finance expert who offers a modern (and much needed) perspective for personal finance and business decisions. She graduated first in her class from Georgetown law and quickly scaled the ranks of “successful” entrepreneurship, has built four million dollar entrepreneurial endeavors, filed bankruptcy once, wrote a best-selling book, appeared on numerous top-rated television shows, and lives a new economy life in community with her ex-husband, kids and extended chosen family. Alexis’s two current business ventures, New Law Business Model and Eyes Wide Open Life, both fully location independent, provide new economy business model consulting and implementation services to people who want to serve others deeply and make great money while they do it. Alexis is based in Boulder, Colorado, but is location independent and travels frequently, attending and speaking at festivals and conferences, and her teams are also location-independent or “digital nomads” based mostly in the US and Canada. In this episode, Ali shares: 1. Giving and receiving feedback in business and personal matters 2. The art of feminine integrity, open hearted inconsistency, and alignment 3. When to seek advice from friends and when to hire a coach What You'll Hear: 4:10 How to navigate honoring yourself when other people may not understand 8:00 How to trust inconsistency and the natural rhythm and nature of yourself 14:02 Letting go of relationships as you come into who you really are 23:17 Ali's best practices for offering feedback that is really well received 28:43 How to decide when to seek council from a friend vs. a coach 33:11 Breaking out of societal boxes and cultural conditioning 38:44 How to recognize fear as a sign post of where you want to go This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Embrace The Imperfection Of Life To Be A Lucky Bitch With Denise Duffield-Thomas How And Why To Go Braless Or Not Attitude, Adornment, And Self-Expression With Christina Morassi Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP25: Latham Thomas on Dreams And The Wisdom Of Birth


Mon, Aug 17, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll down to listen only: About Latham Thomas: Latham Thomas is a maternity lifestyle maven, wellness & birth coach, and yoga teacher on the vanguard of transforming the maternal wellness movement. She is the founder of Mama Glow—a holistic lifestyle hub for women to explore their creative edge through wellbeing. In this episode, Latham shares: 1. The wild and unexplored territory of female form 2. How to create sanctuary wherever you are 3. Using process to breathe life into things What You'll Hear: 3:45 Mysteries of birth 7:10 Latham's lifestyle turning point + cultivation 14:03 Actionable processes to slow down 21:26 How to slow down when traveling 29:32 Understanding dreams as information 38:53 Equality doesn't equal sameness 40:59 The biggest thing you can do to create peace on Earth This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Interfacing With Grief With Ali Shueler Be A Loving Master Of Your Energy With Dr. Deb Kern How And When To Change Your Path Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP24: Prioritizing Health and Self Care


Wed, Aug 12, 2015


In this episode, I answer the following questions: How can I maintain my health when I get busy? How can I justify buying healthy/organic food when it's so expensive? Click here to watch/listen or scroll down to listen only: What You'll Hear: 1:20 Letting go of the all-or-nothing mentality 4:12 Implementing mantra reminders 8:11 The money you could end up spending when you don't take care of you This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Meditation: How To Cultivate A Consistent Practice Self-Help And Never Feeling Like You’re Enough Sensual Practices For Feeling Calm And Peaceful In A Hectic And Crazy World Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP23: Terri Cole on Partnership and Healthy Treatment of Big Hot Emotions


Mon, Aug 10, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Terri Cole: Terri Cole, LCSW, founder and CEO of Live Fearless and Free, is a licensed psychotherapist, transformation coach, and an expert at turning fear into freedom by combining practical psychology, thought innovation, and harnessing the power of intention to create sustainable change. In this episode, Terri shares: 1. Rejecting and accepting gender roles 2. Becoming the one you love 3. How to functionally release and put words to anger (including the passive-aggressive kind) What You'll Hear: 2:18 How to be a rebel against traditional female roles 6:19 How being complete on your own can call in the right partner 11:32 Navigating and breaking through traditional gender roles 15:55 When you think you won't ever find someone who can match you 23:10 How to get through something when you think you just can't 26:28 Handling emotions + fear of your anger 32:26 Understanding passive-aggressive behavior 39:04 The mental movie you're creating that doesn't actually exist Resources: Nonviolent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Accepting Life Before It Happens With Hal Elrod Love And Relationships (With Special Guest Mike Hrostoski!) How Women Experience The Hero’s Journey With Justine Musk Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP22: The Body Love Episode


Wed, Aug 05, 2015


In this episode, I answer the following questions: How do I feel comfortable in my body? As I get older, my body is changing, so I can I fall back in love with my body? Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: What You'll Hear: 2:39 Self-acceptance before self-improvement 5:21 On suffering and getting your body "back" 7:00 How to be the best version of you now 10:38 Experiencing more pleasure Resources: Breast Massage Video Self-Acceptance Before Self-Improvement Why Getting Pissed Off at the Fitness Industry is the Best Thing That Ever Happened (Part I) Why Getting Pissed Off at the Fitness Industry is the Best Thing That Ever Happened (Part II) Getting Naked and Falling in Love Wild Soul Movement This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Fitness, The Media, And Your Precious Body With Jessi Kneeland How I Make Important Life Decisions (And What’s The Difference Between Impulse And Intuition?) Sweat With Soul With Brett Hoebel Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP21: Christina Rasmussen on The Fullness of Life


Mon, Aug 03, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Christina Rasmussen: Christina Rasmussen is on a crusade to change the way we live after loss. As the founder of Second Firsts, Christina spends her time speaking, coaching and helping thousands of people to rebuild, reclaim and re-launch their whole lives — using the most powerful tool for personal reinvention: the human mind. Before creating Second Firsts, Christina worked as a therapist + crisis intervention specialist. But after losing her husband to colon cancer, Christina experienced the agony of sudden loss, firsthand. With two daughters in tow, she began the tender process of transforming her tragedy into a new career, a renewed sense of purpose, and a life of joy + laughter. Second Firsts was born. In this episode, Christina shares: 1. Importance of choosing yourself 2. The relationship between fear and safety 3. What's on the other side of "the dream"? What You'll Hear: 3:18 Christina's story: handling masculine and feminine + facing fear 8:33 Choosing yourself 10:50 Separating passion and business 12:32 Creating the life you want 17:28 Discernment and knowing when to say yes 24:48 The ups and downs of Facebook 28:27 How Christina expresses wildness 31:20 How to balance life so you don't burn out Resources: The Complete Works of Florence Scovel Shinn Second Firsts: Live, Laugh, and Love Again by Christina Rasmussen This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Interfacing With Grief With Ali Shueler Destressify Your Life With Davidji Handling Fear Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP20: Handling Fear


Wed, Jul 29, 2015


In this episode, I answer the following questions: How do I get past the fear of not being good enough? How do I let go of the control of the outcome of things when I have so much fear? How do I move past a moment when I am seized in fear? I often come from a place of fear almost as a protection from possible pain and failure. How can I change this? How can I own my right to make my own decisions when there's fear of losing what I have? Some of my physical ailments are caused by inner fear and pain I'm holding onto. How can I let that go? How can I let go of fear or pain from past trauma? Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: What You'll Hear: 3:04 Tools to help move you through a moment when you're stuck in fear 6:22 Letting go of the need to control things 9:16 Handling failure + dealing with your current situation 13:18 Handling inner work and healing through physical movement 15:30 Moving though fear and past trauma 16:54 Getting to the root of not being enough Resources: 23 Prayers and 29 Mantras Loving What Is by Byron Katie Ho'oponopono Video Wild Soul Movement This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Untamed You With Jody England 4 Of The Worst Excuses For Not Doing Your Work A Few Things About Guilt Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP19:Michaela Boehm on Understanding Your Essence For More Satisfying Interactions


Mon, Jul 27, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Michaela Boehm: With her education in Psychology and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, background in Hypnosis and NLP, and training in Yoga, Traditional Thai Massage and Breathwork, Michaela Boehm is the only counselor personally trained and authorized by renowned writer and teacher David Deida. In this episode, Michaela shares: 1. The difference between paths: yogic, theraputic and spiritual 2. Awakening through embodiment 3. Exploring your edges while respecting your natural limits What You'll Hear: 3:52 Michaela's journey on openly experiencing range of emotion 9:18 On people pleasing and caring about what other people think 12:34 Michaela's yogic work 20:34 Navigating healthy vs unhealthy teachers/practitioners + pushing your edge 35:11 Dissecting feminine vs masculine essence Resources: Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Est?s The Way of the Superior Man by David Deida This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: A Simple Technique To Reduce Stress And Anxiety With Jessica Ortner How And When To Change Your Path Living Qoya, Wise, Wild, And Free With Rochelle Schieck Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP17: Chela Davison on Navigating Your Personal Evolution with Love


Mon, Jul 20, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Chela Davison: Leader of leaders. Coach of coaches. Alchemist. Sage. Strident Humanist. Chela Davison is one of the most sought after Integral Coaches™ in the world. Chela is able to name, illuminate, and transform people’s experiences and capacities in a way that is expansive; reaching into the most important cultural and systemic issues of our time through one-on-one coaching and group programs as well as through her writing and practices that are published for all to devour, enjoy and apply at cheladavison.com. Connect with her on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. In this episode, Chela shares: 1. Relating to our female bodies and how we identify with the external world 2. Who you are vs who you think you're supposed to be 3. The missing piece of feminism - compassion for men. What You'll Hear: 4:30 Untangling societal conditioning 9:10 Does what it means to be a woman 16:47 How Chela realized and changed her view of herself and her body 21:31 Chela's process of identification with work and service 25:32 Practices to help stop overriding your body with your head 31:39 How to navigate your emotions and emotional capacity 44:04 A new definition of feminism and the missing piece of it Resources: Daring Greatly by Brene Brown Interview with Foxy Pickett This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Partnership And Healthy Treatment Of Big Hot Emotions With Terri Cole Sexual Liberation With Ev’Yan Whitney How To “Love Hard” Without Love Having To Be Hard With Jordan Gray Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP16: How to Be More Feminine (Part III)


Wed, Jul 15, 2015


In this episode, I answer the following question: How do I integrate my masculine and feminine energies? Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: What You'll Hear: 3:48 What masculine vs feminine "essence" is 5:28 The difference between masculine and feminine energy 9:32 Balancing and connecting your masculine and feminine sides Resources: Podcast Episode with Foxy Pickett Wild Soul Movement The Soul Movement Salon The Way of the Superior Man This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How To Be More Feminine (Part I) How To Be More Feminine (Part II) Understand Your Essence For More Satisfying Interactions With Michaela Boehm Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP15: Christina Morassi on Attitude, Adornment, And Self-Expression


Mon, Jul 13, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Christina Morassi: Christina Morassi is an international speaker and Personal Brand Expert who helps women entrepreneurs combine all their gifts together into 1 profitable business. She calls this Your Ecstatic Brand and knows that it helps you to stand out in the marketplace so that clients and opportunities find you! Christina's background began in NYC working in fashion photography on high-end shoots with the likes of Giselle, Heidi Klum, & Britney Spears. Then a healing journey took her to LA, and she spent the next 10 years being educated in the healing arts, and leading workshops. Finally, she was determined to find a way to bring all of her passions together into one business. This led to working with women entrepreneurs to connect with the heart and soul of their personal brand, by combining transformation + photography. In this episode, Christina shares: 1. How to use fashion to up your frequency 2. What is cosmic collaboration? 3. The layers of healing and shedding our wounds What You'll Hear: 3:10 How beautiful adornment can raise your vibrational frequency 8:23 How to use clothing to work on visibility issues 12:40 On fear of expanding your adornment 16:20 Owning and showing your boobs 20:37 Carrying wounding, grief and anger 23:29 Modalities for moving through painful processes 28:30 Move your hips and ROAR with us - out loud! 38:50 How to create a container of space Resources: Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead Christina's blog post on containers This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Who You Are In All Moments With Tricia Huffman How And Why To Go Braless Or Not Interfacing With Grief With Ali Shueler Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP14: How to Be More Feminine (Part II)


Wed, Jul 08, 2015


In this episode, I answer the following question: What are inner and outer aspects of accessing and expressing your unique feminine? Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: What You'll Hear: 3:12 How to get out of your head and into your body 9:35 The many different ways of outer feminine expression Resources: Podcast Episode with Jen Blackstock Wild Soul Movement Breast Massage Video Ho'oponopono Video This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How To Be More Feminine (Part I) How To Be More Feminine (Part III) How To Be A Free Range Adult With Ali Shanti Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP13: Jody England on Untamed You


Mon, Jul 06, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Jody England: Jody England is the visionary behind the creation of Untamed You and Understanding your Soul Medicine Path, Host of the Wild Soul Medicine Radio Show, and recent virtual Woman, Come Undone Experience. Ever the contradiction, she is a mid-western farm girl turned psychic medicine woman who loves heavy metal bands as much as a Tibetan singing bowl concert. She uses her extraordinary gift of seeing to mid-wife the return of the wild souls of bold women. She isan irreverent Soul Tracker passionately championing the return of Essence as she teaches women to tango with their shadow and excavate their true Self. As a relentless seeker and evolutionary risk taker, Jody is addicted to inquiry and entertains deep and paradigm-shifting conversations on her weekly radio show with the thought leaders and revolutionaries of our time. Her keen insight and straight talking ways have positioned her as an emerging voice of the New Age. She’s an old soul with a healer’s heart. A natural introvert walking the threshold of sharing her inner world with the outer world, she is most happy with her bare feet on the earth and fresh air in her lungs. Her heart’s desire is a planet where truth is the currency of interaction and earth’s people are galactic stewards of the light. In this episode, Jody shares: 1. How to embrace and flourish as a powerful driven woman 2. Using radical self-responsibilty to navigate realtionships 3. The five soul paths and how they influence our personal journeys What You'll Hear: 4:44 Jody's feminine discovery 10:39 Fear + emasculating men 17:58 Relationship triggers + how to react lovingly 22:38 How to see the blind spots in life 25:09 Soul medicine paths 32:24 Cultural conditioning + there is not finish line Resources: Momma Zen: Walking the Crooked Path of Motherhood This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How To Find Your Tribe Experience Yourself As The Miracle You Are With Jesse Elder Code Red: Know Your Flow, Unlock Your Super Powers And Create A Bloody Amazing Life With Lisa Lister Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP12: How To Be More Feminine (Part I)


Wed, Jul 01, 2015


In this episode, I answer the following question: What does it look like to express your feminine? Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: What You'll Hear: 2:01 Feminine Archetypes 6:13 Caution on "shoulds" 6:43 Speaking your truth Resources: Women Who Run with the Wolves Awakening Shakti: The Transformative Power of the Goddesses of Yoga My Secret Garden This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How To Be More Feminine (Part II) How To Be More Feminine (Part III) Attitude, Adornment, And Self-Expression With Christina Morassi Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP11: Alex Jamieson on Women, Food, And Desire


Mon, Jun 29, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing four each month on Mondays alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll up to listen only: About Alex Jamieson: Alexandra Jamieson CHHC, AADP, is a best-selling author, holistic nutrition and lifestyle coach, detox expert, professionally trained healthy gourmet chef, and “cravings whisperer.” She has been seen on Oprah, Martha Stewart Living, CNN, Fox News, USA Today and People Magazine. Alex was the co-star and co-creator of the Oscar-nominated documentary Super Size Me and the The Great American Detox Diet and offers remarkably sane – and tasty – advice on how to detox, live healthfully and feel fantastic. Her books Vegan Living For Dummies, and Vegan Cooking For Dummies offer plant-based advice to anyone who wants to eat healthier. She lives in Brooklyn where she juggles, somewhat gracefully, raising her 7 year old son, running her company AlexandraJamieson.com, and riding her bicycle to the food co-op. In this episode, Alex shares: 1. Nourishing habits and rituals 2. How to handle losing your identity in career, relationships, motherhood and other life changes 3. When cravings and desires aren't convenient What You'll Hear: 5:38 Cravings are Universal, not Just Food 8:40 Small Habits Can Change Your Life 10:19 How to Navigate Shedding and Changing Identities 15:56 Alex's Identity Story + Courage 19:27 How to Listen to Your Body and Develop Trust 21:46 Habits as Rituals 26:20 Cleaning Out - Stuff has Energy 29:23 On Dressing, Adornment, and Showing the World Who You Are 35:30 Delegating and Asking for Help Resources: Women, Food, and Desire: Embrace Your Cravings, Make Peace with Food, Reclaim Your Body Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead The Desire Map This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How To Be #AntiFragile And Build Emotional Strength With Jill Coleman Embrace The Imperfection Of Life To Be A Lucky Bitch With Denise Duffield-Thomas Love, Sex, Desire With Susana Frioni Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP9: Susana Frioni on Love, Sex, Desire


Wed, Jun 17, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing two each month alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: About Susana Frioni: Susana Frioni is an embodiment teacher, facilitator, coach and host of the LOVE SEX DESIRE Podcast Series. Combining her experience as a group fitness instructor, yoga teacher and certified Deep Living Coach with her passion for body-soul connection, Susana also currently leads Sacred Dance Parties for women across Australia. In the last 10 years, Susana has led over 3500 movement classes, privately coached hundreds of women, facilitated countless workshops and hosted a handful of retreats. - See more at: http://susanafrioni.com/media/#sthash.L7UYeOZT.dpuf In this episode, Susana shares: 1. Music and dance as portals to intimacy with self 2. The difference between sexual and non-sexual connection, why both are integral to intimate relationships 3. How and why we must find ways to express our wild nature What You'll Hear: 5:04 Drugs and Connecting to the Divine 9:02 Intimacy with Yourself and Others 16:10 Projections and Sharing the Truth 18:37 Primal Desires for Men and Women 27:34 Longing for Sex, Love, and Desire 32:00 Gratitude and Longing 36:14 Guilt as a Portal to Your Desires 42:31 Understanding and Finding the Meaning in Things Resources: Mating in Captivity: Unlocking Erotic Intelligence by Esther Perel The Amazing Development of Men: How Men Change from Birth to Seniority and the Most Common Mistakes to Avoid by Allison Armstrong The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Sexual Liberation With Ev’Yan Whitney Love And Relationships (With Special Guest Mike Hrostoski!) Your Love Is Good Enough Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP7: Meggan Watterson on Owning Your Singular Truth


Wed, Jun 03, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing two each month alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Today's interview with Meggan Watterson was one of my very favorites because she talks about two of my favorite topics - the sacredness of our human bodies and Mary Magdalene. Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: About Meggan Watterson: Meggan Watterson is a spiritual mentor, speaker, and scholar of the Divine Feminine who inspires women to live from the audacity and authenticity of the voice of their soul. She is the author of REVEAL: A Sacred Manual For Getting Spiritually Naked (Hay House, April 2013.) She received a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School and a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University. She lives in New York City with her son and his two imaginary dogs. In this episode, Meggan Watterson shares: 1. Your body is sacred 2. The power of pilgrimmage and how to take one without even leaving your town 3. When life brings you to your knees What You'll Hear: 6:12 Owning Your Own Knowing and Truth 9:54 How to Get Into and Then Stay in Your Body 18:58 How to Experience the Divine in Everyday Life 28:36 Mary Magdalene, the Secret Within Us, and Jesus’ Body 36:06 Integrating the Human Experience With the Soul 39:01 The Mystery of Your Truth This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Outrageous Openness With Tosha Silver How To Be #AntiFragile And Build Emotional Strength With Jill Coleman Fitness, The Media, And Your Precious Body With Jessi Kneeland Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP6: Evolved Relationships and Loving Your Body Even When Your Partner Might Not


Wed, May 27, 2015


In this Ask Liz episode, I grouped together two questions about relationships. 1:13 #1. I know how wonderful it must be to be in a relationship with someone who doesn't just get you, but gets "it". But do you ever find it difficult to be in an evolved relationship? And if so, how do you navigate that? 13:35 #2. I remember you saying one time that you told Mike something along the lines of, "I don't need you to think I'm sexy in order to feel sexy." Since my wedding almost 2 years ago, I have gained 30 pounds and am at my heaviest weight. My husband has made it known to me that while he still thinks I'm sexy, he doesn't want me to get bigger. Before we got married, he made it clear that if he is no longer sexually attracted to me (as in I get too fat), he would divorce me. It's hard to feel sexy with that in the back of my mind. How do you get to a place of not needing Mike's approval to feel sexy? Enjoy! To submit a question to be featured in a future episode, email hello@wildsoulmovement.com. Be sure to let us know if you prefer we use your name or not. Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only: Resources: Way of the Superior Man by David Deida I Need Your Love, Is It True? by Byron Katie Sarah Jenks' blog post Interview with Mike Mike and Liz on Susana Frioni's Podcast: Sept 2014 March 2015 Forgiveness Video (Ho'oponopono) This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: The Body Love Episode An Electric Conversation About Romantic Partnership With Andy Drish Partnership And Healthy Treatment Of Big Hot Emotions With Terri Cole Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP5: Dr. Deb Kern on Being a Loving Master of Your Energy


Sun, May 24, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing two each month alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Click here to watch/listen or scroll upwards to listen only: About Dr. Deb Kern: At 30 years old, Dr Deb Kern was one of those women who ‘had it all together.’ Perfect house, perfect neighborhood, perfect job, perfect health, perfect marriage, perfect pregnancy. And, in a 3 month period she lost it all. It took four years to emerge from the wreckage of that half-lived life and since then she's dedicated herself to improving the lives of other women through intuitive coaching, body movement and dance courses and workshops. Dr. Deb is the former Executive Director of Lifestyle Enrichment at the prestigious Lake Austin Spa Resort. She's a sought-after speaker on mind/body/spirit health, and the author of “Everyday Wellness for Women” and co-author of “Create the Body Your Soul Desires: The Friendship Solution to Weight, Energy and Sexuality. Dr. Deb has facilitated healing retreats and provided one-on-one life coaching sessions for the past 20 years. She studied Nursing at Vanderbilt University and received a B.A. and an M.B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, with her Ph.D. in Health Sciences from Texas Woman’s University in Denton, TX. Lastly, she's also a Black Belt Nia Teacher, certified Integral Hatha Yoga Instructor, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist and Mindful Change Coach. In this episode, Dr. Deb Kern shares: 1. The difference between judgment and discernment 2. How to expand and keep boundaries 3. The best simple meditation practice for protecting your energy in any environment What You'll Hear: 5:10 How to Find the Balance of Being Receptive While Keeping Boundaries 7:51 How to Know if You’re Giving Too Much 10:17 What is the Subtle Body? 12:20 A Meditation to Reinforce Your Energy Field 20:55 How and Why we go “Unconscious” 23:20 When to Consciously Choose to be Unconscious 27:44 Being Judgemental vs. Discerning 32:07 Tools to Help Handle When You Become a “Crazy Lady” 40:31 The Single Action Deb Took That Most Untamed Her Soul This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Energy Tools And Practices For Empaths And HSPs Meditation: How To Cultivate A Consistent Practice How I Make Important Life Decisions (And What’s The Difference Between Impulse And Intuition?) Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP4: Jen Blackstock on Courage, Inner Fire, and the Alchemy of Womanhood


Sat, May 23, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing two each month alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Jen is another treasured soul-sister of mine and one of the mentors I turn to when I resource for myself in the realms of developing my own super powers to better do my work in the world. Click here to watch/listen or scroll upwards to listen only: About Jen: Jen Blackstock is known by many names: Priestess, healer, champagne-sipping oracle and soul whisperer. Founder of Alchemy Rising and The Heroine's Odyssey Jen's passion is helping women heed their calling, understand the adventure called life in mythological terms and enjoy sacred embodiment. Through the Heroine's Odyssey, she provides a roadmap of empowerment in journeying the depths of the inner realms- and how one shows up in the world as a result. Infusing ancient techniques, archetypes and stories with modern-day tools, Jen guides you to live and embrace a life fully alive. Having previously survived 10 years in the corner offices of finance, injury and illness were The Call that woke Jen up and led her down a path of adventure around the world, into her heart and to the depths of her soul to heal. Her mission now is to help other women do the same- regardless of where they are on the journey- though individual mentorship, a school of alchemy and full day awakening experiences. When not studying ancient texts or working, you can find Jen at the beach with her surfer and puppy or sipping champagne celebrating abundance all around her. In this episode Jen talks about: 1. The misuse of gratitude and the power of celebration 2. The difference between body wisdom and figuring things out with the mind 3. Exploring the gifts of the Dark Goddess Kali What You'll Hear: 4:23 Physical Indications of Body/Mind Conflict 7:22 Getting Guidance From Intuitives 9:47 Mythological Maps + the Power Within You 11:40 The Alchemical Formula and Transformation 14:47 Practices for Cultivating Self-Trust 17:43 Different Things People Use to Spiritual Bypass 24:45 The Dark Goddess and Honoring the Dark Feminine 27:11 Initiations + Rites of Passage During Transformation 32:04 Jen’s Wake Up Call + How to Decondition From Society 42:20 Honoring the Fire Burning Within You This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Shamanism, Shadow Work, And Living A Forbidden Life With Foxy Pickett How Women Experience The Hero’s Journey With Justine Musk How To Navigate The Dark Side Of Passion Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP3: Foxy Pickett on Shamanism, Shadow Work, and Living a Forbidden Life


Fri, May 22, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing two each month alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Foxy is a trusted soul sister, personal mentor of mine and this was one of the most popular interviews in the original series when we surveyed viewers. Click here to watch/listen or scroll upwards to listen only: About Foxy: Mrs. Fox is a contemporary shaman, bringing animal medicine to those craving a more soul-aligned, wild life. Due to its playful nature and quick, tangible results, her work has been called “more effective than years of traditional therapies”. Through totem readings, integration sessions, and interactive learning in her online shamanic university, people around the world have found and unleashed their true natures. Foxy's an ENFP Aries (Taurus rising, Aquarian Moon) with a 5 life path and is a 7/4 on the Enneagram. You can often find her eating bacon, hiking, or playing with her Tiger husband, 4-year old Monkey son and Giraffe star daughter (just born this January) in their permaculture garden. In this episode Foxy shares: 1. What are shamanism and animal medicine? 2. Why are they valuable pathways home to ourselves? 3. How to recognize and relate to your shadow side What You'll Hear: 3:24 How to Access Your Pleasure 6:44 What Does “Tuned Out” Look Like? 12:27 What the Shadow Side is and How to go There 19:31 How to Stay With the Darkness When its Terrifying 21:47 Triggers to the Dark Side 23:48 Being True to Yourself as a Parent 27:49 How to Start Exploring the Dark Side 30:08 What a Shaman is + Shamanic Journeying 32:18 Animal Medicine and How Foxy Found the Fox 39:40 How Medicine and Healing Can be Complementary to Religion 42:59 How to Re-emerge as the New You After Doing Inner Work 47:47 Shapeshifting and Flexibility in Being Situational 51:23 How This Work Unfolds if you Live a “Traditional” Life Resources: The Secret Teachings of Plants: The Intelligence of the Heart in the Direct Perception of Nature The Way of the Shaman This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Interfacing With Grief With Ali Shueler Accepting Life Before It Happens With Hal Elrod How And When To Change Your Path Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP2: Rochelle Schieck on Living Qoya, Wise, Wild, and Free


Thu, May 21, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing two each month alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday. Back in 2013 when I was studying sensual movement as part of developing Wild Soul Movement, my friend Kate Northrup introduced me to today's guest, Rochelle Schieck, founder and creator of Qoya. Click here to watch/listen or scroll upwards to listen only: About Rochelle: Rochelle Schieck loves to move- in her body and around the world. She started dancing as a young girl growing up in Minnesota until she was summoned by the call of adventure. Her love of movement and the desire to explore life’s meaning compelled her to spend the last 10+ years traveling around the world as a student and teacher to places throughout North and South America, Europe, Africa, India, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Rochelle began instructing various yoga styles for all ages and abilities, several dance modalities and NIA. She has led over 4,000 movement classes and facilitated hundreds of private sessions. On a strong hit of intuition, she decided to move to New York City to enroll in a women’s empowerment program subtitled The Pleasure Revolution; this further inspired her study of the divine feminine, sensuality, and other womanly arts. This coupled with her experience as a personal trainer, certified massage therapist, shamanic energy healer and her degree in Interdisciplinary Fine Arts have all influenced her creation of the movement system, Qoya. In this episode Rochelle walks us through: 1.How to get information and feedback for your life using your emotions 2.Honoring your masculine and feminine energies and why both are useful 3.How to cultivate deep trust in yourself to worry less and experience more abundance in your life. What You'll Hear: 1:59 What Qoya is 6:49 Embracing the Full Emotional Range of Being a Woman 10:20 Book Recommendations for Navigating the Woman’s Journey 14:36 How to Call on Your Masculine Energy 17:23 How to Listen to Listen to Your Message When Times Get Tough 22:55 Rochelle’s Epiphany on Self-Love 27:31 Rochelle’s Meditation, Movement, and Stillness Practices 29:40 Understanding Abundance as Flow (There’s Enough for Everyone) 32:41 Fear as a Communication System and How to Navigate it 37:20 How to Take a Simple Pilgrimage 40:25 Honoring the Difficult Moments 42:12 Energy Sessions, Movement Rituals, and Your Inner Wisdom 46:22 How to Surrender to Divine Timing Resources: Reveal: A Sacred Manual for Getting Spiritually Naked The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte The Great Cosmic Mother: Rediscovering the Religion of the Earth The Alphabet Versus the Goddess: The Conflict Between Word and Image (Compass) The Gift of Fear and Other Survival Signals that Protect Us From Violence This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: How To Be A Free Range Adult With Ali Shanti The Fullness Of Life With Christina Rasmussen Outrageous Openness With Tosha Silver Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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EP1: Turning the Tables – Liz Gets Interviewed by Chela Davison


Mon, May 18, 2015


In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life's struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order - but stay tuned because we'll be airing two each month alternating with fresh new episodes called "Ask Liz". Our first episode is actually the last interview from the series. In this interview, Chela Davison my former coach and current friend interviews me about the experience of interviewing 25 women on the topic of untaming yourself. We're sharing this first to give you an exciting preview of what's to come in the next few months. Click here to watch/listen or scroll upwards to listen only: Chela Davison is a leader of leaders. Coach of coaches. Alchemist. Sage. Strident Humanist and one of the most sought after Integral Coaches™ in the world. Chela is able to name, illuminate, and transform people’s experiences and capacities in a way that is expansive; reaching into the most important cultural and systemic issues of our time through one-on-one coaching and group programs as well as through her writing and practices that are published for all to devour, enjoy and apply at cheladavison.com. What You'll Hear: 5:00 Deconditioning Societal Programming 7:39 What “Divine Feminine” means 8:24 Divine Masculine vs. Divine Feminine 13:52 When the Masculine/Feminine Language is Nourishing vs. Damaging 18:23 Waking up to Early Agreements Around What it Means to be a Woman 25:24 How Liz is Deconditioning What it Means to be a Woman Today 27:48 The Difference Between Objectifying and Empowering Your Body 36:03 How to Fall in Love With Your Body as it is 39:04 What the World Needs From Women 42:08 Why Women Need to Wake Up 45:23 The Safety of Self-Expression 49:11 How to Trust and Cultivate a Relationship With the Divine 56:17 How to Integrate When Feeling Overwhelmed From the Untame Series Featured: Chela Davison Wild Soul Movement Wild Soul Movement Retreat - November 2015 Facebook - Soul Movement Salon Resources: The Magdalen Manuscript: The Alchemies of Horus & the Sex Magic of Isis Women Who Run with the Wolves Awakening Shakti: The Transformative Power of the Goddesses of Yoga Getting Naked and Falling in Love Why Getting Pissed Off at the Fitness Industry is the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me (Part 1) Why Getting Pissed Off at the Fitness Industry is the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me (Part 11) Natural Rhythms: A Sacred Guide into Nature's Creation Secrets This Episode is Brought to You By: You May Also Like: Evolved Relationships And Loving Your Body Even When Your Partner Might Not Fitness, The Media, And Your Precious Body With Jessi Kneeland How And Why To Go Braless Or Not Get your copy of the Untame Yourself book on Amazon! How was this episode for you? Was this episode helpful for you today? I'd love to know what quote or lesson touched your soul. Let me know in the comments below!

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