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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 8, 2020

Meditation isn’t for everyone. It can be really challenging to get into a meditative state which is why I am an advocate for breathwork. The power of your breath is easy to access and brings just as many benefits as meditation. When you have deep states of resource and are using your breath to access something deeper within you, you can hold it all without feeling as heavy. You have to increase your capacity, by increasing your energy. This isn’t about biohacking or having a cup of coffee because true energy comes from within our bodies. In this episode, I am talking about why you should consider the breathwork modality and a simple 90-second breathwork experience you can use whenever you need to tap into your wellbeing. 

 

Inside this episode I jam on:

 

  • A story about how I struggled with meditation and found breathwork
  • Why it’s so hard to feel yourself when you’re congested with the emotionality of other people
  • Why you need to use breathwork to unhook the mind
  • The beautiful shift of getting out of your mind and into your body
  • A simple 90-second breathwork experience
  • How breathwork gives you access without waiting for an opening

 

Links:

Pause Breathwork Facilitator Training

Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

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The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don’t miss an episode!

Jul 1, 2020

You have the access to unlock your bravery and do the things that make you say, “OMG”. Unlocking your bravery is all about taking action on the things that scare you. It’s about building evidence for yourself that you can show up and do the hard thing. In this episode, I was joined by Kathy Caprino, M.A., author, career success coach and keynote speaker. She shared what it really means to unlock your bravery and how you can do that by taking action and doing the things that make you realize, “if I can do that, I can do anything!” She gets real about honing in on your embodied feminine self and what feminism means to her (and why so many people have a problem with feminism). We also chat about unbinding yourself from trauma, issues she sees women face in their careers and her new book, The Most Powerful You.

 

About Kathy Caprino:

Kathy Caprino, M.A. is an internationally-recognized career and executive success coach, writer, TEDx and keynote speaker and leadership trainer dedicated to the global advancement of women. She is a Senior Forbes contributor, top media source on women’s careers, and the Founder & President of Kathy Caprino, LLC and The Amazing Career Project online training course helping women build successful, passion-filled lives and careers of significance.

 

Inside this episode, Kathy shares:

 

  • How turning her mess into a message makes her feel most alive
  • The turning point she reached and how she’s transcended out of that 
  • Kathy’s message for the woman who desires more but can’t make the move
  • What it means to be an embodied feminine woman
  • Why it’s essential to adopt a “don’t mess with me” attitude
  • Her inspiration behind her new book, The Most Powerful You
  • Kathy’s take on feminism and people who disapprove of feminism
  • How you can unbind yourself to past trauma
  • How you can discern the difference between truth and trauma
  • The issues she sees women face in their careers
  • What it really means to be brave and her bravest moment in life

 

You can find more about Kathy at:

Website | Instagram | Facebook 

 

Links:

Pause Breathwork Facilitator Training
The Most Powerful You: 7 Bravery-Boosting Paths to Career Bliss
What Is Feminism, And Why Do So Many Women And Men Hate It? (Forbes Article)
What is Feminism and Why So Many Men and Women Still Hate It (YouTube Video)
The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level
Finding Brave
Finding Brave Podcast

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

 

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode!

Jun 24, 2020

You've been given everything you could possibly wish for from your creator. You have to wake up every day and choose to reclaim your joy. It doesn't have to be extravagant. We're all born with this ability to extract joy from life and one of the access points to pleasure is the breath. That's why I am so passionate about breathwork... While so many people have been conditioned to live in the fight or flight, it's not good for the body or mind. You deserve to be in the rest and digest state where your body can stabilize the state of ease. In this episode, I’ll explain how and why breathwork is so powerful.

 

Inside this episode I jam on:

  • The two ways you can use breathwork: integrative and meditative
  • How breathwork activates the limbic system and can open up emotions and memories
  • The physical benefits of breathwork: decreased cortisol, decreased size of amygdala, activation of the vagus nerve
  • How breathwork can improve vagal tone which in turn, improves your response to stress
  • Why you should use breathwork to release suppressed emotions 
  • How you can use breathwork to decrease human suffering and increase human consciousness
  • Why you are the drug that your body is looking for

 

Links:

Pause Breathwork Facilitator Training
Pause Breathwork Blog

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

 

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode!

Jun 17, 2020

Getting back to the basics of our health, mindset and body can create real happiness in our life. In this episode, I was joined by musician, meditation advocate and entrepreneur, Nick Broadhurst. Nick shared the tools and strategies that he uses to forge his own path to happiness. We discuss how people can truly seek out sustainable happiness in their life. He talks about optimizing your masculine and feminine energy, powerful life lessons he’s learned and how you can have a thriving relationship with someone who isn’t willing to do personal development work. 

 

About Nick Broadhurst:

After the successful release of his debut album ‘Thank You’ with over 16 million streams, Nick returns with his long-awaited next single ‘Inner Love’. Like his music, there are many layers to Nick Broadhurst. He’s a singer. A songwriter. A former member of Sneaky Sound System. A meditation advocate, visual artist, entrepreneur, polymath, performer, father and husband. Uniting these varied accomplishments is the driving force behind all his work: the pure expression of creativity through music and sharing his most vulnerable moments in life.

 

Inside this episode, Nick shares:

  • How nature and connection makes Nick feel most alive
  • His transition from a musician to working in real estate
  • Three of the most powerful lessons he learned 
  • How to have a thriving relationship with someone who isn’t willing to grow
  • The challenges of a conscious relationship duo
  • How to begin to optimize your natural masculine and feminine energy 
  • Why people use creative distractions to avoid doing the work

 

You can find more about Nick at:

Website | Instagram | Facebook | Spotify

 

Links:

Pause Breathwork Facilitator Training

Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue

 

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The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode!

Jun 10, 2020

Did you know that you have the ability to create your own luck? Yes, it’s true. That’s why I brought on Gay Hendricks for a second time to show you how you can take control over your own luck and discuss his new book, Conscious Luck. If you missed the first time he was on, be sure to go back and listen to episode 116! Gay is a personal development genius and has been a mentor of mine for over 10 years. In this episode, we talk about how you can cultivate luck in your life. He shares what luck means to him and how to experience the luck that’s already in existence in the world around us. 

 

About Gay Hendricks:

Gay Hendricks has been a leader in the fields of relationship transformation and body-mind transformation for more than 45 years. After earning his Ph.D. from Stanford in 1974, Gay served as Professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Colorado for 21 years. He has written more than 40 books, including bestsellers such as Five Wishes, The Big Leap, Conscious Loving and Conscious Loving Ever After, (the last two co-authored with his co-author and mate for more than 35 years, Dr. Kathlyn Hendricks). He is also a mystery novelist, with a series of five books featuring the Tibetan-Buddhist private detective, Tenzing Norbu, as well as a new mystery series featuring a Victorian-era London detective, Sir Errol Hyde. His latest book, The Joy of Genius, shows how to eliminate negative thinking and bring forth true creativity. Gay has appeared on more than 500 radio and television shows, including Oprah, CNN, CNBC, 48 HOURS and others. 

 

Inside this episode, Gay shares:

  • How reinvention makes Gay feel most alive
  • Why some people have the innate desire to transform themselves
  • How Gay and his wife continue to learn about relationships together
  • What being lucky means to him
  • How to experience the luck that’s already in existence
  • How we can use breathwork as a tool to get more luck
  • The difference between being hungry and being scared
  • How to take control over luck
  • Why gratitude is the ticket to wealth

You can find more about Gay at:

Website | Foundation for Conscious Living | Hearts in Harmony Facebook | The Body Intelligence Hub Facebook | The BQ Hub Twitter | Instagram

 

Links:

Conscious Luck: Eight Secrets to Intentionally Change Your Fortune

EP 116: LOVE IS THE FOUNDATION OF CREATIVITY WITH GAY HENDRICKS

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

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The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode!

Jun 3, 2020

Hypnotherapy is such a powerful tool. It doesn’t quite look like how it’s often portrayed on television or at live events. In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Grace Smith, the founder of Grace Space Hypnosis and Grace Space Hypnotherapy School. Grace is on a mission to help bring the world of hypnotherapy to more people through their subconscious mind. She shares everything you should know about the practice of hypnotherapy including how it can give you insight into past lives and how you can use it to help overcome things you’re struggling with. Grace even shares a hypnosis practice you can incorporate into your life to help you achieve hypnosis on your own. 

 

About Grace Smith:

Grace Smith is on a Mission to Make Hypnosis Mainstream. As a pioneer in the Hypnotherapy field, her private clients including Fortune 500 CEOs, A-list celebrities, Olympic athletes and government officials. She is Founder of the world’s #1 provider of hypnosis education, products and services, Grace Space Hypnosis (gshypnosis.com) and Grace Space Hypnotherapy School (gshypnosis.com/school), a world-class hypnotherapy certification program.  

 

Grace is the author of Amazon #1 best-seller, “Close Your Eyes, Get Free: Use Self-Hypnosis to Reduce Stress, Quit Bad Habits, and Achieve Greater Relaxation and Focus.” She has six new topic-based books coming out with BenBella Books beginning with “Close Your Eyes, Lose Weight” in April 2020. Grace is represented by CAA and a television show about Grace’s work is currently being shopped with networks. 

 

Grace’s work has been featured in The Atlantic, Forbes, Entrepreneur, InStyle, Marie Clarie, Buzzfeed, Bustle, MindBodyGreen, She Knows and dozens of podcasts. She has been a guest on The Dr. Oz Show and is a regular guest on CBS’s hit show, The Doctors. “Relax, Brazil!” was her first segment on popular Brazilian late-night talk show, “The Noite con Danilo Gentili”, when it went viral, it brought her powerful self-hypnosis technique to millions of viewers. 

 

Inside this episode, Grace shares:

  • How animals make Grace feel most alive
  • How hypnotherapy works for the body and brain
  • Using breathwork through hypnotherapy 
  • How practicing hypnotherapy can give you insight into your past lives
  • What Grace would share with someone who is struggling right now with food
  • How you can program your subconscious mind to make new habits
  • What her typical client struggles with and how she helps them 
  • Fears that people have around hypnotherapy
  • The strangest things she’s encountered people trying to overcome through hypnosis
  • A hypnosis practice that you can use to get to theta 
  • What you should know about hypnosis and birth



You can find more about Grace at:

Website | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube

 

Links:
Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, and the Past-Life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives

90 Day Challenge

Close Your Eyes, Get Free: Use Self-Hypnosis to Reduce Stress, Quit Bad Habits, and Achieve Greater Relaxation and Focus

Close Your Eyes, Lose Weight: Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind in 12 Weeks to Eat Healthy, Feel Great, and Love Your Body with the Groundbreaking Power of Hypnosis

Hypnosis App 

Work with Grace One on One

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

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The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don’t miss an episode!

May 27, 2020

When people come to me and tell me about how much breathwork has changed their life, it’s so exhilarating. I love bringing this work to so many people and helping them to understand how they can use it to overcome life’s challenges. Many people think breathwork is just about releasing anxiety and stress but there are three, not so obvious benefits of breathwork that can have a massive impact on your life and wellbeing. In this episode, I’ll be sharing what those are along with two different types of breathwork practices you can incorporate into your daily life. 

 

Inside this episode I jam on:

  • How this practice isn’t just about anxiety and stress
  • How so many people have suppressed anger that they need to deal with
  • Why pain (especially period pain) can be relieved through breathwork
  • Sounding the vibration of pain out through the mouth
  • How breathwork helps you to open the heart and overcome heartbreak
  • The difference between integrative and meditative breathwork

 

Links:

Pause Breathwork Facilitator Training

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  


The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode!

May 20, 2020

If you’re a highly ambitious person and have big goals set for yourself, you’ll need to learn to be a little more selfish. We only have 24 hours in a day and to achieve everything that your heart desires, you might have to stop overgiving to your partner, children, friends, coworkers, acquaintances and everyone else in your life. 

 

In this episode, I had the pleasure of talking to Lori Kennedy. Lori is a business coach for health and wellness professionals who started her own business after certain life circumstances came together and made her take action. She and I chat about what strategies she uses to find her wellbeing in times of uncertainty. Lori shares why you need to claim more time back in your day to chase your dreams and what you can do to take back that time. She also talked about her own process for finding her greater why and the sacrifices she’s made to grow her business as a single parent. 

 

Lori Kennedy is a divorced #hockeymom of 2 (girl and boy). Her professional designation is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist but she doesn’t self-identify with that title anymore. She’s the host of The Business Of Becoming Podcast and the producer of the The Wellness Business Summit Annual Live Event! Lori is a self-proclaimed introvert, highly sensitive person, intuitive empath and is very tone deaf. She’s a lover of the Universe and G-D (in a spiritual and non-religious way), karaoke, pierogies, Beyonce, fresh sheets and dance walks – usually with Beyonce playing in her ears. 

 

Inside this episode, Lori shares:

  • How watching others grow makes her feel most alive
  • How Lori got into her career as a business coach
  • What she believes about creating the person you want to be in the world and how life circumstances caused her to take action
  • Tools and strategies Lori uses to find wellbeing in uncertain times
  • Why you have to be selfish and stop overgiving to other people
  • Strategies for stealing time during the day
  • How to cultivate the belief that you come first
  • Her process for finding a greater why
  • The sacrifices that come with being an entrepreneur and parent

You can find more about Lori at:

Website | Instagram | Facebook Group | YouTube

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

 

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don’t miss an episode!

May 13, 2020

Is weight cycling something you’ve struggled with for years or even decades? If so, you’ll definitely want to hear this episode where I shared three tools to help you end weight cycling once and for all. The constant battle of worrying about your relationship with food and your body can cost you a lot in the long run. If you improve in these areas by as little as 1% each day you’ll notice a huge impact long term as you begin to break free from weight cycling. 

Inside this episode I jam on:

  • Why you can give yourself permission to be mediocre during this time
  • How our nervous system can’t keep up with the back and forth
  • Adapting the philosophy of getting a little bit better every day
  • Learning to value your mental health over your body image
  • Why you need to stop messing with your food and allowing your body to guide you instead of your mind
  • Listening to your emotional and physical hunger cues

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!
Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  


The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode!

May 6, 2020

Relationships are meant to add to your life and support you. But what do you do when your relationship is the opposite of that? Or when a relationship ends up being your whole life instead of an aspect of your life? Codependency is a slippery slope and I brought back a past guest, Amy Young, to discuss that. Amy is a life coach and online creator. She shares her tips for the patterns you should look for in your relationship to decide if it’s toxic. She talks about what she’s seen from clients in codependent relationships and gives her advice on why you need to have a “sacred six” daily practice. We also discuss stepping into your own being and recognizing what you tolerate in relationships.

About Amy Young:
Amy Young is a life coach and online creator who champions single women to stop settling so they can get the love they really want. With over ten million YouTube views and thousands of downloads of her solo podcast "Just What You Needed," Amy has a global audience dedicated to transforming their love lives by taking radical personal responsibility, and advocating for themselves in powerful new ways. 

Inside this episode, Amy shares:

  • How small moments of presence make Amy feel most alive
  • What you can do to get in a better relationship with yourself during this time
  • Looking at the patterns in your relationship
  • How to know if you need to be healed or if your partner isn’t right for you
  • How you can define toxicity in a relationship
  • The most common needs that Amy notices from her clients
  • The characteristics of a codependent relationship
  • Why you need to have a sacred six daily practice
  • How partners tend to react when people step into their own being
  • How Amy supports her clients in cultivating their courage to find their own ground
  • Learning to recognize what’s tolerable for you in relationships

You can find more about Amy at:
Website | Instagram | YouTube

Links:
Food Freedom Journey Waitlist
EP 047: How Being Alone Can Be Powerful with Amy Young
Just What You Needed Podcast
Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!
Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don’t miss an episode!

Apr 29, 2020

Do you find yourself running into issues with the landscape of today’s dating culture? There’s so much toxicity out there with swipe culture. Not only that, but a lot of people are also sabotaging good relationships with toxic traits. The truth is that healthy relationships take work, and that’s exactly why I had to bring on today’s guest, John Kim. John is an author and a licensed therapist who practices transparency and shares his own story (which is not the norm in the therapy industry)! He talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting dating culture. He shares his own experience of learning to surrender. We chat about what people do to sabotage their relationships and how your “relationship buds,” like taste buds will change over time. John also shares how to figure out the difference between a healthy and unhealthy relationship. 

About John Kim:
John Kim is an author and licensed therapist who pioneered the online life coaching movement eight years ago, after going through a divorce and rebirth. He started a blog called The Angry Therapist and quickly built a devoted following of fans who loved the frank and authentic insights that he freely shared on social media. He pulled the curtain back and showed himself by practicing transparency and sharing his story, something therapists are taught NOT to do. Kim became known as an unconventional therapist who worked out of the box by seeing clients at coffee shops, on hikes, and the gym. He quickly built a coaching team of his own and launched a sister company called JRNI COACHING, an online coaching school. Kim’s current obsession is sending out thousands of daily texts to change the way we change.

Inside this episode, John shares:

  • How meaning makes John feel most alive
  • The difference John’s found between meaning and purpose 
  • The human cycles of creation and destruction
  • What John’s seeing with the dating scene and swipe culture
  • His vision of healthy collaborative dating 
  • How the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting dating culture
  • His experience of learning to surrender
  • How defense mechanisms cause you to be a more lukewarm version of yourself
  • The toxic things people do to sabotage their relationships 
  • How to unbind and rewire your addiction to fantasy relationships
  • Why healthy relationships take work
  • How your “relationship buds” change over time
  • Discerning between healthy love and unhealthy love
  • What a trauma bond is and how it affects your relationships over time

You can find more about John at:
Website | Instagram | Facebook

Links:
Food Freedom Journey Waitlist
EP 118: HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH MARK GROVES
I Used to Be a Miserable F*ck: An Everyman's Guide to a Meaningful Life
John’s Blog Posts
Subscribe to Texts From The Angry Therapist

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!
Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don’t miss an episode!

Apr 22, 2020

We need to feel to heal. As we’re at home, the temptation to binge can be very high. But what if I told you that it wasn’t actually food that you’re hungry for? In this episode, I am giving you a few questions that you should ask yourself when you feel the need to emotionally eat. I share how you have to feel first when you want transformation and how transformation happens at the intersection of love and pain. I also talked about how to develop the capacity to feel safe in feeling your emotions whether they’re positive or negative. 

Inside this episode:

  • Why this time is all about contrast
  • Creating new standards and ways of doing life centered around your priorities
  • What our body is really communicating to us when we binge eat
  • Understanding the intention behind the consumption of food
  • Why we have to dig deep 
  • Developing the capacity to feel safe in feeling your emotions
  • Becoming your own medicine
  • What you need to ask yourself when you’re about to emotionally eat
  • Examining how you can clear out some emotional space
  • Renegotiating how you treat yourself 

Links:
Food Freedom Journey

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!
Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode!

Apr 15, 2020

Consistency is queen. In this episode, I shared 10 healthy habits that you can incorporate into your life. Becoming more consistent with these habits will help you live a more fulfilled life. Our souls have a beautiful way of telling us exactly what it wants, all you have to do is listen. Pay attention to how these healthy habits truly make you feel. Start to really listen to what your soul is yearning for and take the steps to make that a reality for yourself.

Inside this episode:

  • Why you need longer, more consistent sleep
  • Keeping your body hydrated 
  • How Sam incorporates breathwork throughout the day
  • Why you need to get your body moving 
  • Getting in tune with your focus and vision
  • Finding a community of people who have similar values to you
  • Making growth and learning a daily habit
  • Being cognizant of the words you speak into the world
  • Feeding your body with food that it loves to eat

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!
Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode!

Apr 8, 2020

Taking the time to truly get more connected with the earth and the source will get you closer to unlocking your feminine queen nature. We all have the power to cultivate our own queendom and it’s up to us to hone in on it. Today I brought on someone to discuss this topic, Gina DeVee, founder of Divine Living, a women’s empowerment company and author of The Audacity to Be Queen. We chat about how her relationship with the source has evolved over time and how variety in life makes her feel alive (plus the different forms of variety she relies on). She shares how you can pursue your own divine assignment and use your desires to guide you through your life’s purpose.

About Gina DeVee:
Gina’s DeVee’s journey from struggling psychotherapist (who lived at home with her parents) to globetrotting entrepreneur has led her to found her multi-million dollar women’s empowerment company, Divine Living.

Divine Living is for the person who’s excited about impacting the world; craves a spiritual connection, dares to be visible, and desires to fulfill their life's purpose.

Gina is an author, speaker and success coach. She has dedicated her career to helping clients connect spiritually, start businesses, create wealth and live life to the fullest.

Gina’s mission is to uplift entrepreneurs through inspiring content, bold business training, and life-changing events.

Inside this episode, Gina shares:

  • How variety makes Gina feel most alive and the different forms of variety she implements in her life
  • Getting comfortable with uncertainty and how her relationship with the universe and source is the only certainty she needs
  • How Gina’s relationship with God has been cultivated over time
  • Samantha’s reawakening with the source and why it’s so important to her
  • What inspires Gina to step into and hone in on your queen energy
  • The process for finding your life’s purpose and divine assignment
  • How to step into a new way of being and honing in on your queendom
  • Supporting people in figuring out their archetypes
  • What a day in Gina’s life looks like and how she practices her queenhood
  • How her desires come from her divine assignment 
  • How we can connect with the earth more to get unlock our feminine queen nature 
  • Learning to take care of yourself and your own needs by balancing your masculinity and femininity
  • How being a queen is your God-given gift

You can find more about Gina at:
Website | Instagram

Links:
Food Freedom Journey Waitlist
The Audacity to Be Queen: The Unapologetic Art of Dreaming Big and Manifesting Your Most Fabulous Life
The Introduction and 1st Chapter of The Audacity of Be Queen, Meditations and Epic Life Video Training

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!
Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don’t miss an episode!

Apr 1, 2020

Having a consistent morning routine is so effective in setting up your day in a positive way. It structures your day and gets you started on the right note. In this episode, I am walking you through my own morning routine and what I do on a daily basis to start my day. You’ll hear what I do plus my reasoning behind all of the steps to my morning routine. Whether you want to have a 10 minute morning routine or an hour-long morning routine, this episode will inspire you to get your day started in a powerful way. 

Inside this episode:

  • Having a sense of consistency for your morning routine
  • The difference between what is real and what is true
  • Why a morning routine is so important
  • Creating a structure to your day 
  • Getting an alarm clock that wakes you up slowly
  • Allowing yourself to be phone-free for the first few hours of your day
  • Hydrating yourself when you wake up
  • Doing her morning pages and reflecting on her dreams and goals
  • Using breathwork to clear her mind, dropping into meditation then visualizing the future
  • Getting her body moving 
  • Being more fluid and flexible with herself on the weekends

Links:
Alarm Clock

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Mar 25, 2020

The connection between anger and addiction isn’t something we can sweep under the rug. It’s clear that these have a direct correlation with each other and that’s something I talked about with today’s guest Karen Salmansohn. Suppressed anger in our body can cause us to want to numb and distract ourselves from it, which for Karen translated into food addiction. Today we talk about tangible tools to help with overcoming addiction and anxiety plus how you can start to forgive yourself from the things that you’ve felt shame around. She shares strategies to help bring yourself to a place of wellbeing even with the heightened anxiety of today’s world and how to lean into the contractions of life so we can enjoy the beauty on the other side. 

About Karen Salmansohn:
Karen Salmansohn is a former stressed-out advertising Senior VP and award-winning designer turned healthy living expert, bestselling author, and book designer, as well as longevity research geek and teacher at ISHTA Yoga. Her new book Instant Calm was written to share her “short, simple meditations for people who don't have time to meditate” - the people who need to relax the most.

Inside this episode, Karen shares:

  • How the people she loves make her feel most alive
  • Leaning into contractions so you can enjoy the beauty on the other side of it
  • Why Karen has a desire to help the world through her work
  • Why people’s childhood programming leads to a resistance of going after what’s good for them
  • How many people self-sabotage and “keep down with the Joneses” to maintain their masochistic equilibrium 
  • Dealing with and overcoming her food addiction
  • Triggers that were causing her to go in the hypnotic state and overeat
  • Her work with forgiveness therapy and learning to forgive herself
  • How you can start to forgive yourself
  • Strategies to bring yourself back into a place of wellbeing during a time of heightened anxiety 

You can find more about Karen at:
Website | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube

Links:
Food Freedom Journey Waitlist

Karen’s Books

Karen’s Courses

The Anxiety Cure 

Instant Calm

Shower Power Meditation

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Mar 11, 2020

Are you able to truly and fully feel joy? Today’s guest, Agapi Stassinopoulos joined me to talk about optimizing your joy to live a fulfilling life. We discuss why wisdom should be your priority and how denying your inner wisdom will be detrimental to yourself. She talks about embracing your full self, releasing your fears and freeing yourself from negative fields of energy. She touches on the breath and using it to feel love (and how we don’t actually have anything to do with our breath). She also talks about the art of loving yourself and how it’s a daily, never-ending practice that we have to embark on. 

 

About Agapi Stassinopoulos:
Agapi Stassinopoulos is a best-selling author and speaker who inspires audiences around the world. In her previous book, Unbinding the Heart: A Dose of Greek Wisdom, Generosity, and Unconditional Love, she shares the wisdom from her life’s adventures and experiences. In her new book, Wake Up to the Joy of You: 52 Meditations and Practices for a Calmer, Happier Life, she takes readers on a journey and inspires them to let go of what doesn’t work and instead create the lives they really want. Agapi was trained in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and then moved on to receive her master’s degree in psychology from the University of Santa Monica. Her previous books on the Greek archetypes, Gods and Goddesses in Love and Conversations with the Goddesses, were turned into PBS specials. She is currently conducting workshops for Thrive Global, a company founded by her sister, Arianna Huffington, to help change the way we work and live. Agapi has spoken and conducted meditations at many organizations and companies including L’Oreal, Accenture, SAP, LinkedIn, Pandora, Google, Nike, Weight Watchers, PepsiCo, Starbucks, Global Citizen Company, Museum of Modern Art, ABC Carpet & Home, Women’s Health Magazine, Paul Mitchell, NYU, Gympass, and Hearst Communications amongst many others. She brings home the importance of self-care, practicing gratitude, generosity and self-love to enhance performance and productivity so we can experience happiness and fulfillment. She divides her time between New York and Los Angeles and was born and raised in Athens, Greece

 

Inside this episode, Agapi shares:

  • How life makes her feel most alive
  • Enhancing our enlightenment and what comes with the human condition
  • Getting to know yourself and your patterns
  • Why you need to learn to be compassionate to yourself
  • Taking your energy into your heart center and breathing in the love
  • How we have nothing to do with our breath
  • Operating from a place of love, creativity, and excitement
  • Releasing your fears to become free from negative fields of energy
  • Experiencing other feelings in a safe place so you can fully feel joy
  • Learning to be fully yourself
  • How loving yourself is an art and the journey to doing so never ends
  • Why she feels that you should listen to wisdom over discipline sometimes
  • Her favorite affirmations for when things don’t go your way

You can find more about Agapi at:
Website | Facebook | Instagram

Get more meditations by emailing agapi@unbindingtheheart.com

Links:
Wake Up to the Joy of You: 52 Meditations and Practices for a Calmer, Happier Life

Unbinding the Heart: A Dose of Greek Wisdom, Generosity, and Unconditional Love

 

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Mar 4, 2020

Are you at peace with your body? This is something that I’ve had to learn to create for myself especially after years in the fitness industry as a competitor. Back in those days, I was using the sport of competing as a mask for my eating disorder. In this episode, I’m diving into how many fitness competitors are in the sport for the wrong reasons and why you need to move away from having a transactional relationship with exercise (and actually nourish your body!). I share why dieting isn’t a sustainable way to achieve weight loss and how to use your breath in an intentional way to help you reconnect with your body. 

Inside this episode:

  • How being a fitness competitor was a mask for Sam’s eating disorder
  • Why many fitness competitors are in the sport for the wrong reason
  • Having a transactional relationship with exercise and not using it for the right reasons
  • How dieting isn’t a sustainable way to achieve weight loss
  • Finding peace and comfort in your body at any size
  • Using your breath in an intentional way 

 

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Feb 26, 2020

When we start our journey to healing, we often pour ourselves into consuming all the information. However, this will not get us to the breakthrough we are desiring. In today’s episode, I’m sharing the number one thing that sabotages your progress when it comes to personal and spiritual development. This is something I struggled with and even blocked my own personal growth. As I’ve been on this journey, I’ve learned there are simple things we can do to break free and move forward in healing.

 

Inside this episode:

  • Knowing when to step back, breath, and create space
  • Sam’s journey on learning to take her power back
  • How “thinking” about healing can stop your progress
  • Why you need to feel to heal
  • Observing your feelings from an open heart space
  • Why you need community for healing and support

 

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The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode!

Feb 19, 2020

We often take life so very seriously and it’s so unnecessary. Bring joy back into your life and ditch the anxiety and stress that’s taking away from your peace. In this episode, I’ll be giving you advice on becoming your own healer and three effective solutions you can use to move through anxiety and stress you face in your day to day life. I share my own experience of untangling myself from the identity of being an anxious person and why you should allow yourself to experience more satisfaction by increasing the standard for your everyday life. 

 

Inside this episode:

  • Sam shares about untangling her identity of being an anxious person
  • How she allows herself to experience happiness more often and increase her standard everyday
  • Figuring out your mantra and what you’re focused on
  • Moving your body and your energy in an intentional way
  • Using breathwork to unhook the mind and get into your body
  • Realizing that you’re your own healer

 

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Feb 12, 2020

Are you ready for a spiritual awakening? So many people are unnecessarily suffering because they aren’t consciously aware of the light in the world. Today’s guest, Claudia Navone is the author of The Shapeshifter and a teacher of consciousness. She shares how to align yourself with the universe so you can see the light, the power you can find in your own power of creation, and how to overcome pressures and limitations to reach your truth. This episode will inspire you to stop suffering from disempowerment and transform your energy (and use it as a guide to find where you’re meant to be). 

 

About Claudia Navone:

Since childhood, Claudia has inhabited the dreams of many becoming firstly a ballerina and then a fashion editor of many illustrious publications such as Elle, The Sunday Time and Harperʼs Bazaar. Following a spontaneous and powerful spiritual awakening in 2006, Claudia is now an author and teacher of consciousness. She is a Mentor of the Divine University, a bridge between the spiritual and physical worlds, supporting humanity to embrace their highest potential.

 

Inside this episode, Claudia shares:

  • How giving to others makes Claudia feel most alive
  • What Claudia’s spiritual awakening was and what this meant for her
  • Aligning yourself with the universe so you can see the light in a clearer way
  • Bringing in cosmic energy for transformation 
  • Why Claudia is an advocate for conscious awakening
  • How everything you need is coming to you 
  • Learning to dig deep and be honest with yourself
  • Claudia’s soul curriculum and how this led her to write her book
  • The pressures and limitations that you face before reaching your truth
  • Using meditation to help still your mind and lessen anxiety
  • The power in your own power of creation and the family of light
  • Why so many people are suffering from disempowerment

 

You can find more about Claudia at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Links:

Pause Breathwork Facilitator Program

Simply Consciousness Column

The Shapeshifter

 

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Feb 5, 2020

You are completely deserving of a joyful healing journey. That’s what today’s guest, Mariza Snyder, believes and it’s something I think everyone should embrace. Your healing journey doesn’t have to be difficult or painful. In this episode, Mariza shares her experience with inflammation in the body and how this led her to what she does now as a functional practitioner. We talk about the role that hormones play in our body, steps you can take to reduce inflammation, and how you can use essential oils to overcome cravings. She dives into what made her realize she needed to get to the root cause of her issues and the role that stress can play in hormonal imbalances.  

 

About Mariza Snyder:

Dr. Mariza Snyder is a functional practitioner and the author of seven books, including the National Bestseller, The Essential Oils Hormone Solution, focused on balancing hormones with the power of essential oils, and the #1 Amazon Bestseller The Smart Mom’s Guide to Essential Oils.

For the past ten years, she has lectured at wellness centers, conferences, and corporations on hormone health, essential oils, nutrition, and detoxification.  She has been featured on Dr. Oz, Fox News Health, Oprah Magazine, MindBodyGreen and many publications. Dr. Mariza is also the host of the Essentially You Podcast, designed to empower women to become the CEO of their health. Check out her website, drmariza.com, for women's hormone tips, including recipes and remedies.

 

Inside this episode, Maria shares:

  • How the joy of living life makes Mariza feel most alive
  • What lights Mariza up and why she loves serving women
  • Discerning the difference between “normal symptoms” and something going on
  • What inflammation is in the body and the different types of inflammation in the body
  • The best steps to take if you have inflammation
  • Using food as medicine and what foods may be causing you inflammation
  • Her journey of realizing she needed to make some changes
  • The mind shift changes she went through that made her realize she needed to get to the root cause of her issues
  • How anxiety and depression play into hormonal imbalance and vice versa
  • What cravings actually mean and what they do to your immune and nervous system
  • How essential oils can help you overcome cravings
  • Savoring little moments throughout your day

You can find more about Mariza at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Links:

#144: USING BREATH TO HEAL ANXIETY, ADDICTIONS AND MUCH MORE WITH SAMANTHA SKELLY

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Jan 29, 2020

Breathwork is all about releasing your mind and letting your body do the work. Today I had on Edward Dangerfield to hear about his journey of breathwork and how he helps others through this healing modality. We talked about how contrast makes him feel most alive, how breathwork massages our internal organs and how breathwork can make you feel safer in your body. We also chat about taking codependency out of coaching, getting back your power through the breath and what Edward does to navigate the waves of life.

 

About Edward Dangerfield:

Edward is a Nervous System Specialist using breathwork, movement and meditation to balance and regulate the nervous system.

He has studied Breathwork, Yoga, Qi Gong, neuroendocrinology, Native Canadian Healing techniques, childhood development and meditation.

Inside this episode, Edward shares:

  • How contrast makes Edward feel most alive 
  • Edward’s best practices for riding through the waves of life
  • The importance of connection for self-regulation
  • How Edward used to struggle with meditation
  • His journey into breathwork and what he does to practice breathwork
  • How breathwork has helped Samantha feel safer in her body
  • Why breathwork works and how breath massages all of our internal organs
  • Tips for integration after a breathwork practice
  • Edward’s thoughts on why breathwork isn’t as accessible as yoga or meditation
  • How Edward explains breathwork to someone who doesn’t know what it is
  • Releasing your mind and letting your body do the work
  • Learning to take the codependency out of coaching and taking back your power

 

You can find more about Edward at:

Website | Instagram  

 

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Jan 22, 2020

It seems as if we’ve all conditioned ourselves to give others our power. It’s time to take your power back and today we’re going to be talking about how to do that. In this episode, I’ll be sharing the 3 ways that you’re giving your power away. We talk about remembering who you are and taking other people off the pedestal. I discuss why you need to have discernment for everything and how creating ideas of where we should be in life by a certain age can get in the way of our internal happiness. 

 

Inside this episode:

 

  • The idea of self-agency and trusting in yourself 
  • Knowing how powerful you actually are
  • Asking yourself who you have on a pedestal and taking them off
  • Using your discernment for everything
  • Taking ownership back by not blaming others
  • Creating ideas of what we should do or be and how this gets in the way of our happiness

 

Links:

Pause App Waitlist

 

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Jan 15, 2020

We all struggle with relationships at some point in our lives. Whether you are choosing emotionally unavailable partners, avoiding conflict over the fear of being alone, not asking yourself what you actually desire in your relationship or whatever else  - we all deal with it. Today I was joined by Jayson Gaddis, the Founder of The Relationship School. He shares how you can use conflicts to grow through your relationship and the strength you can find in being vulnerable with your partner. He talks about some of the biggest mistakes he’s seen in his work that mess up relationships and how to know if you should move on from a relationship with someone based on their actions. If you’ve been longing for some guidance in your relationship then this episode is for you. 

 

About Jayson Gaddis:

Jayson Gaddis, author, podcaster, speaker, entrepreneur, is the Founder of The Relationship School, an impact-based company dedicated to helping people work out their differences and have fulfilling long-term partnerships. He is on a mission to reach 1,000,000 teens and young adults with formal relationship education. He's the creator of Interpersonal Intelligence and trains people on how to be relational leaders and coaches. He's been married since 2007 and has 2 beautiful kids.

 

Inside this episode, Jayson shares:

  • Why so many women choose emotionally unavailable men
  • How he used pain to avoid relationships and responsibilities
  • What it really means to find “the one” and his experience with meeting his wife 
  • How to grow through conflicts in relationships
  • Using the NEST meditation to check-in with yourself
  • How to know if it’s worth it to keep trying in a relationship or move on
  • Keeping open communication and shared reality to get on the same page
  • Why many people avoid necessary conversations in their relationship
  • Asking yourself what you actually want in your relationship
  • The biggest things that mess up relationships
  • Having open, honest and vulnerable conversations around sex
  • Using present-centered dialogues to deal with intimacy issues
  • Accepting your partner for who they truly are and the power of unconditional love
  • Jayson’s stance on polyamorous relationships and why monogamy is not the problem 

 

You can find more about Jayson at:
Website | Facebook | Instagram | Smart Couple Podcast

 

Links:

EP 118: HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH MARK GROVES

EP 116: LOVE IS THE FOUNDATION OF CREATIVITY WITH GAY HENDRICKS

Get Him to Care

 

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