In Episode 68, I talk with a holistic women’s health psychiatrist, who explains why we don’t have to be medicating our mental, emotional, and physical pain away – and why the best way out is through our trauma.
A pioneer in the field of spiritual emergence, Paul is a wounded healer in private practice, helping others who are also awakening to the dreamlike nature of reality. His work has gone through three phases: because of his intense interest in dreams (both night dreams and the dreamlike nature of reality), he was first known …
Heather is the author of The Ayurvedic Guide to Fertility and the creator of the Four Fertility Factors Training program. A board-certified Ayurvedic practitioner, she bridges the worlds of conventional and alternative medicine to help women and men heal their physical and emotional lives. Heather is on the board of directors for the National Ayurvedic Medical Association and has consulted with doctors, governments, and insurance companies.
My guest today aligns with my mission of Truth and Remote Work.
Sarah is a serial entrepreneur and investor in startups, having founded 8 companies since 2009. Following several successful exits, she is currently the CEO of Grow My Team (global recruitment) and co-founder of League of Extraordinary Women. She is personally fueled by a passion for changing the status quo of how we work, conscious culture, community, gender equality and living life on one’s own terms.
Today’s guest is someone who aligns with my mission for Humor: My favorite living comedian Pete Holmes!
Pete is a comedian, actor, writer, producer, television host, spiritual seeker, and podcast host. His wildly popular podcast You Made it Weird is a comedic exploration of the meaning of life with guests ranging from Deepak Chopra and Elizabeth Gilbert to Seth Rogen and Garry Shandlin. Pete also created and starred in the semi-auto-bio-graphical HBO show Crashing, which he executive produced alongside Judd Apatow. An accomplished stand-up with three hour-long television specials and innumerous late-night appearances, he tours regularly (when we’re not in a pandemic) to sold-out crowds.
Chandresh acknowledges darkness and light, lust and love, rebels and rule makers, and all facets of the human spirit. He’s a modern-age spiritual advisor who encourages people to flourish as their true selves. In this interview, Chandresh shares how to have the courage to live your Truth and trust the unknown.