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The Hungry for Happiness Podcast

Hosted by Samantha Skelly, the Hungry For Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations and comedy to shake up the way you connect to yourself and the world. Samantha Skelly is a best selling author, international speaker and the founder of Hungry For Happiness.
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Jul 26, 2017

In this episode, Kelsey Grant and I touch on a super important topic of women who don’t acknowledge and allow themselves to feel angry and to process anger effectively. So often we’re walking around this planet with so much suppressed anger, rage and emotion. That stuff needs to be cleared and processed because it’s not good, it’s not bad, it’s just emotion information. Once we allow ourselves to clear that, we get to experience those higher vibrating emotions of bliss, freedom and liberation in our bodies.

About Kelsey Grant:

Kelsey Grant is a Love and Relationship Educator who runs an organization designed to help men understand women and women understand men.

Currently, she's teaching “A Year Of Love” her flagship relationship program, and producing her one day event "Get the Love Worth Having" with her incredible team. Together, with her team, they're dedicated to teaching men and women how to attract and keep high quality love and high value relationships worth having.

In this episode, Kelsey shares:

1. Falling in love with ourselves first.

2. Partnership Vs Relationship

3. Moving through anger and its relation to aggression.

4. Allowing our emotions equal exposure.

What You’ll Hear:

5:21 Connecting to yourself and learning what it’s like to love yourself.

8:20 A deep explanation of partnership vs relationship.

16:00 Consciously dating and setting boundaries.

22:45 How to use movement as an effective way to release.

35:00 Giving your emotions stage time to fully be acknowledged.

42:03 How we unconsciously choose to re-experience childhood wounds.

You can find more of Kelsey at:

http://www.kelseygrant.com

https://www.facebook.com/RadicalSelfLove/

https://www.instagram.com/radicalselflove

Join the Hungry For Happiness community for more! www.facebook.com/hungryforhappiness

Jul 17, 2017

Isabel Foxen Duke has this amazing way of amalgamating science with the food and body conversation to really speak to the minds who are super logical and sometimes don’t resonate with a lot of the woo hoo stuff we all know in the personal development and self love realm.

About Isabel Foxen Duke

Isabel Foxen Duke is the Creator of Stop Fighting Food—a free video training program for women who want to "stop feeling crazy around food." A fixture in the greater body-positive movement, Isabel's been featured in the Huffington Post, Elle Magazine, XO Jane, and has been praised by Ricki Lake. Her writing and free guide, How To Not Eat Cake, can be found at www.isabelfoxenduke.com and you can watch her free video training series at www.stopfightingfood.com.

In this episode, Isabel shares:

1. Body image work is the key to breaking the diet/binge cycle.

2. Exploring the true meaning of eating intuitively.

3. Perfection around food isn’t possible.

4. Relaxing and releasing control around food. 

What you’ll hear:

4:30 How our culture shames emotional eating.

13:30 Health at every size movement.

17:55 Letting go of your control around food.

24:30 Isabel’s experience with overcoming binge eating.

35:00 Everyone has a different “set point” weight 

You can find more of Isabel at:

www.stopfightingfood.com

www.isabelfoxenduke.com

Join the Hungry For Happiness community for more! www.facebook.com/hungryforhappiness

Jul 17, 2017

I absolutely love this conversation. We dug into the importance of boundaries. Creating boundaries in your life and what it’s costing you to not have boundaries in your life. Elizabeth says, “A woman is NOT a lovelier version of a man,” and we really dig into what that means and how to really hone and harness your feminine power.

Catch Elizabeth and I hanging out on FB live this week as a follow up to this episode. You don't want to miss out. We went deep! http://bit.ly/2ufvEjp

Also, Elizabeth DiAlto has gifted us a special offer for her signature program, Wild Soul Movement. Her meditation series is designed to help you connect your mind and body through flow and sensual movement. This practice is grrreat for those those who struggle with sitting still in meditation. It’s only available for a limited time Phoenix’s; you don’t want to miss out!

http://www.wildsoulmovement.com/samantha

About Elizabeth DiAlto

Known for her raw, honest, and grounded approach to self help and spirituality, Elizabeth DiAlto is a practical mystic, an author, CEO, and host of the popular Untame The Wild Soul podcast. She’s been a teacher, leader, speaker, coach and trainer to groups and individuals for 15+ years in three different industries.

Elizabeth works with women internationally through her digital programs and speaking engagements and more intimately through in-person intensives, retreats, workshops, Wild Soul Movement teacher training, and her annual mentorship program, EMERGE. Her greatest mission in this life is to help those who identify as women worldwide to reclaim and redefine their own womanhood, and contribute to a new paradigm of culture where it is both safe and natural for women to love, trust, and accept themselves fully.

In this episode, Elizabeth shares: 

1. Cultivating self-trust and boundaries.

2. Using your body as a compass to make yes/no decisions.

3. Slow, sensual movement as a way to connect to your body.

4. How to not live in the space of regret.

What you’ll hear:

5:41 Finding confidence in trusting yourself.

9:48 Elizabeth’s experience with trusting her choices.

21:47 Feeling safe in our bodies.

29:30 Spending time in favor of our desires vs spending more time cleaning up our mess.

35:00 We cant miss out on what’s meant for us.

You can find more of Elizabeth at:

http://www.wildsoulmovement.com

https://www.facebook.com/elizabethdialto

http://www.instagram.com/elizabethdialto

Join the Hungry For Happiness community for more! www.facebook.com/hungryforhappiness

 

 

Jul 17, 2017

This episode is all about truly uncovering your authentic self. Philip McKernan has a refreshing, amazing, direct way or really talking about it and we discuss the fear of being authentic and connecting to our truth. The way he describes this in this episode is just incredible.

About Philip McKernan:

Philip McKernan is an international speaker, author, filmmaker, and it’s been said, "enlightened hooligan" who coaches entrepreneurs and business leaders all over the world. Philip helps those seeking clarity about their future and to move through roadblocks, seen and unseen. His most recent film entitled 'Give & Grow' helps people to Uncover, Understand, and Unleash their Gift on the World. 

In this episode, Philip shares:

1. Why people are afraid of their truth.

2. The costs of not living your purpose.

3. The different masks we wear for acceptance.

4. How control is actually an illusion.

What you’ll hear: 

6:05 How most people think they don’t deserve their true desires.

12:59 We have a moral obligation to work on ourselves before we can teach.

21:37 Using your pain as a catalyst for growth.

31:47 The importance of understanding your past to create your future.

42:00 Self-awareness and self-responsibility.

You can find more of Philip at:

http://philipmckernan.com/

www.facebook.com/philip.mckernan

www.instagram.com/philip_mckernan/

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