This week’s topic with Robyn Harris is a story of how following a passion can sometimes take us to a place of hopelessness. However, there is a happy outcome, it just requires going a little further along the road to discover Soul Alignment.
How does coincidence figure in your life? Do you call it God, or something else?
I know many people who connect with an unseen force and have different ways of explaining it and yet it is still rarely openly talked about.
John’s story begins at his birth just 2 weeks after his parents and 3 older siblings had arrived in Toronto, Canada. Having liquidated all of their life in war-torn Vietnam, John’s parents had moved the family across the world to start a new life “for the betterment of the next generation”.
When he turned 40 last year, John expected to celebrate by inviting family and friends to take a big holiday with him but thanks to COVID this didn’t happen. Nonetheless turning 40 is a landmark for John and, as you will discover, the party idea holds more significance than it would for most…
How would you like to be in an elite group?Have you considered that you already are? This is one of the considerations in today’s shortcast about Bad Days. Those days when nothing seems to go well, are all a matter of perspective. What is your viewpoint on this? What makes Read more…
This conversation is Axel’s journey from an early passion for aviation and how it led to understanding the special quality that comes from people working together in a coherent team really gels as a collaborative whole.
Jason Barnard brings an eclectic mix of blue dogs, punk and SEO with this wildly varied and interesting conversation including connections to 1980’s pop heroes and mental health issues.
Anyone who travels will be familiar with the airlines safety precaution about putting your own oxygen mask on first, well the same applies in all areas of life: physical, emotional and spiritual. If we don’t take care of ourselves we cannot give our best to others.
This week, Gloria Rand is sharing her story of finding ‘self’ love through writing her book Live. Love. Engage. Her work is in SEO copywriting and her background is in television, so when the message to write a book about Love popped into her head during meditation it was a complete surprise to her.
In this episode I am exploring the concept of mindfulness and the values that can be found when we stay present and in relationship with who we are. It stems from my meditation practice on Monday where my Monkey Mind was exploring every possibility to break the meditation process
Geraldine Schmidt is the founder of The Story Weavers. An online service that connects kids from around the world through monthly collaborative writing projects. It’s all about nurturing kids active communication skills. Geraldine says that “Everything previous to this was preparation for what I am doing now.”
A tongue in cheek LinkedIn comment asking: “Are there any course out there on how to stop buying courses?” Is the prompt for exploring what it takes to move through the stuck places into new territory.