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Nov 29, 2017

This episode with Lisa Kaplin is all about getting over the fear of voicing our truth and creating a clear channel of communication. You know something I see constantly with my clients is the fear of speaking up because we're afraid of rejection and something I always say to them is it's not rejection, it's re-direction. As children we were taught to be quiet, fit in, just accept what’s given to us and follow the rules because that’s the respectful thing to do. So as evolved women when we want to speak out, wr second guess ourselves and think, "What if they don’t like me?", "What if I'm not loved?", "What if I'm rejected?" Lisa does a great job explaining how to get out of this mindset so we can feel worthy and deserving and truly just ask for and get what we want.

About Lisa

Lisa Kaplin is a psychologist and professional certified coach who works with women on building their confidence in all areas of their lives. She believes the least important aspect of a woman is her appearance so she's dedicated to helping women find meaning and joy in other ways. Lisa is a recovered good girl and perfectionist and her life is so much better because of it.

In this episode, Lisa shares:

  1. How to get clear on your needs.
  2. Asking for what you want from a position of power.
  3. Understanding your love language and expressing what makes you feel appreciated (link below)
  4. What happens when we have expectations that aren’t communicated.

What You’ll Hear:

2:02- What it costs us when our needs aren’t communicated.

7:40- The small steps we can take to ask for what we want.

19:00- The difference between being assertive and discerning vs aggressive.

31:28- The extremes of helplessness vs taking on everything.

You can find more of Lisa at:

http://www.smartwomeninspiredlives.com

http://facebook.com/Smartwomeninspiredlives

http://instagram.com/Lisakaplin

 

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Nov 22, 2017

I loved this episode. One thing we talked about with our group programs and with all of our clients is life is constantly happening for us in perfect timing. When we can step out of that victim mentality of "Life is happening to me" and and "Life is happening for me" it shifts our emotionality and we're able to see and experience more miracles and so we talked a lot about this. Jessica opens up about her condition, endometriosis and how it's given her awareness of her body.  By going plant based, she has managed and eliminated many of her symptoms. We talk about the impact of food and our bodies from an internal approach, how it affects our menstrual cycles and Jessica takes us through a body scan practice to check in which was super cool.

About Jessica

Jessica Murnane is the creator of the One Part Plant movement (she’s working to get everyone on this planet to eat one plant-based meal each day), host of the One Part Podcast, and wellness advocate (she works to raise awareness for endometriosis).

Jessica has contributed to and appeared in countless magazines and websites, including Mind Body Green, Goop, The Coveteur, Food 52, PopSugar, and Chalkboard Magazine and has spoken at Apple, Taste Talks, and Wanderlust.

Inside this episode, Jessica shares

  1. How Jessica created a cookbook from experimenting with food.
  2. Living with endometriosis and managing the symptoms. 
  3. How we can check in with our body and use our pain as a teacher. 

What you'll hear:

  • 8:00-How food affects our menstrual cycles. 
  • 21:00- What Endometriosis has taught Jessica about her body.
  • 26:08- Living with body dysmorphia and being open to how our bodies change.
  • 40:00- A body scan practice to connect with the different sensations we feel. 

You can find more about Jessica at:

http://www.jessicamurnane.com

https://www.facebook.com/OnePartPlant

https://instagram.com/jessicamurnane

https://instagram.com/onepartplant

 

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Nov 15, 2017

This episode with the lovely Rebecca Niziol is all about recognizing our flow states. Flow is something that’s naturally accessible in our bodies and it feels different for everyone. For Rebecca, it’s the feeling of ease. For me, it’s losing track of time because I’m doing something I'm so immersed in and I totally love. We’re this steady stream of love but as we go through life, we get blocked from the pain, trauma and forced actions we experience. Rebecca explains how we can acknowledge our blocks so we can heal, remove them and get back into our natural state, which is of course flow.

About Rebecca

Rebecca Niziol is the Creator of Work with Soul, an ever-expanding community of support that connects who we are and what we do in soulful ways, as well as the host of The Work with Soul Podcast. She is a movement specialist who brings spiritual tools and practices in down to earth ways. She has taught yoga to the men’s national soccer team, guided a group of over two thousand people in meditation.

Inside this episode, Rebecca shares

  1. Why we're afraid to face our pain and how we can view it in a different way.
  2. Why we continually create the loop of feeling stuck and how we can break out of it.
  3. How to release the blocks that build up in our natural state of flow.

What you'll hear:

  • 3:49- Viewing pain as a portal to the divine.
  • 10:00- How to detach from the feeling of being stuck.
  • 14:47- The difference between forced action and inspired action.
  • 19:29- Getting over the fear of doing something new and trusting the process.
  • 25:49- How we can take inspired action to connect to our natural flow state.

You can find more about Rebecca at:

http://workwithsoul.com

https://www.facebook.com/rebecca.niziol

https://instagram.com/rebeccaniziol

 

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Nov 8, 2017

In this episode with Katie Dalebout we talk about expressing our true selves through journaling. I freaking love journaling and for those of you who are not journalers, journaling is a beautiful way to release the emotionality that’s trapped in our bodies so we can really decipher the difference between what is true and what is not true. So whether we have an idea, need to process an emotion or we just literally need to dump our thoughts down, we can do it in a sacred space without any fear of judgment. Katie really speaks to this and shares how journaling has helped her connect to her higher self.

About Katie

In 2013 Katie Dalebout launched the weekly podcast Let It Out which now has over 100 episodes. She’s the author of the Amazon best-selling book Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling and has contributed to Hello Giggles, Refinery29, and Mind Body Green. Through her speaking and writing she aims to help people develop a positive image of their bodies by embracing their creativity & personality outside of their physicality.

Inside this episode, Katie shares

  1. How journaling allows us to be the observer of our thoughts.
  2. Creating more of what we want by having gratitude around what we have.
  3. Releasing the fear of uncertainty and saying yes to opportunities. 

What you'll hear:

  • 2:23- How journaling inspired Katie to connect to her truth.
  • 7:37- How we can remove our masks and show our true selves.
  • 13:40- The reason why we compare ourselves to other people.
  • 18:58- How to incorporate gratitude into your journaling.
  • 24:00- Allowing uncertainty to be apart of our lives.

You can find more about Katie at:

http://www.katiedalebout.com

https://www.facebook.com/TheWellnessWonderland/

http://instagram.com/katiedalebout

 

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