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Mind Love • Modern Mindfulness to Think, Feel, and Live Well

Mind Love • Modern Mindfulness to Think, Feel, and Live Well

Author: Melissa Monte | Mindset Mentor

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Give your mind a little love with Mind Love, a podcast dedicated to the exploration of the power of the mind, focusing on mindset, mindfulness, mind-body-soul, and science-based approaches to mental health. Each week, Melissa Monte hosts interviews with inspiring guest experts, delving into evidence-based mind science and real-life stories from those who have overcome their mental challenges.

Whether you’re looking to find purpose and inner peace, rewire negative thought patterns, manifest your goals, or simply treat yourself with more kindness, Mind Love will help you unlock your mind's potential. Get ready to expand your understanding of the mind and learn practical tools for a healthier, happier, more fulfilling life.

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We will learn: How to master the art of setting boundaries without drama Why people emotionally regress and how to handle it with empathy How specificity in conversation might save your relationships Every gift has a shadow, and every shadow a gift. This has been one of my biggest lessons throughout my spiritual growth. I've learned that the impact of our actions or words can vary dramatically based on the energy we bring to them. Take serving others, for instance. It can spring from a sense of purpose and self-worth, or it can be rooted in people-pleasing. Same action, totally different vibe. This duality is everywhere in our lives. Confidence can be empowering or arrogant, depending on how you use it. Ambition can drive you to reach for the stars or have you stepping on others to get there. But is there a way to honor our truth while leaving space for others? I think there is. It's about finding that sweet spot between doormat and bulldozer. It's speaking your mind without steamrolling others. It's setting boundaries with kindness. It's disagreeing without dismissing. So that’s what we’re talking about today. Our guest is Amy Green Smith. She is a life coach and hypnotherapist, speaker, and communication expert. She helps people find their voice and move to a place of radical personal empowerment and self-worth. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/357 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: How feeling "too much" impacts lives and relationships, and how you can embrace your full self without apology. How Brianna's dogs led her to make radical life choices and what she’s learned from her aging dogs about slowing down and living in the moment The heart-wrenching yet empowering conversations about navigating relationships with imperfect parents—and how it shapes us. Dogs have a lot to teach us. They don’t care about our flaws or past mistakes. They don’t hold grudges or criticize our choices. They simply love us for who we are in the purest, most genuine way possible. They remind us to enjoy the simple pleasures—a walk in the park, a game of fetch, a quiet moment of cuddling. They teach us the value of being present, of living in the moment without worrying about the future or dwelling on the past. In many ways, dogs embody the best qualities we aspire to have. Their love is a light, guiding us through our darkest times and celebrating with us in our happiest moments. Today, we’re unfolding a few more life lessons learned from love, loss, and dogs. And I love this type of episode… very conversational, raw, and real. Our guest is Brianna Madia. She has lived a life of relentless intention, traveling the deserts of the American West in an old Ford van. She made a name for herself on social media with her inspiring captions-cum-essays about bravery, identity, nature, and subverting expectations, and, of course, her 4 dogs. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/356 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: The hidden power of acceptance in relationships. How asking thought-provoking questions can revolutionize your conversations and relationships. How to craft questions that avoid dead-end answers and spark powerful, transformative discussions. Have you ever noticed that certain conversations or people leave you feeling a particular way? Maybe it’s a really good feeling—like true connection, fulfillment, or belonging. Or maybe it’s not so great, leaving you frustrated, disconnected, or defensive. Sometimes, it’s hard to pinpoint why. The question is, do certain dynamics just exist as they are, and you’ll never feel that harmony? Or is there something you can do to spark it? To align better with the other person? Too often, when we shift our own patterns, the people and circumstances around us shift too. And that starts with our own communication. So today, we’re going to learn how to shift your life by asking better, more intentional questions and how to create those moments of true connection more regularly. Our guest is Topaz Adizes. He is an Emmy Award-winning writer, director, and experience design architect. His works have been selected to Cannes, Sundance, IDFA, and SXSW; featured in New Yorker magazine, Vanity Fair, and the New York Times; and have garnered an Emmy for new approaches to documentary and Two World Press photo awards for immersive storytelling and interactive documentary. He is currently the founder and executive director of the experience design studio The Skin Deep. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/355 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: How belonging creates healing How spiritual development changes your brain The five stages of post-traumatic growth that turn our pain into power Why do some people seem to bounce back from life's hardest blows, while others stay down? Sometimes, you might be the one who can't seem to find your footing after a struggle. And if you're actively denying your pain or comparing it to others, thinking, "What I went through isn't that bad; I shouldn't be feeling this way," you're going to miss the lesson. Instead, if you can be honest and say, "This is breaking me. What is the lesson here?" and dive deep into that pain to uncover the growth beneath, you're going to change the way you experience your life. Our guest today, Edith Shiro, a clinical psychologist and the author of "The Unexpected Gift of Trauma: The Path to Post-Traumatic Growth." Edith is here to teach us how to transform our suffering into our superpower. She'll share insights from her book and her clinical experience, helping us understand that while trauma may not always be visible to others, it's our own personal experience that matters most. By embracing our pain and looking for the lessons it holds, we can unlock a path to profound personal growth and transformation. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/354 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: How a radical use of present-tense affirmations can reshape your reality. How to embrace boredom and repetitive activities as a superpower How to truly flow with life If you’re anything like me (and I’ve got a hunch that you might be, given that you’re listening to this podcast), you have spent quite a bit of time working on yourself. But eventually, you get to a point where you think, okay, this is all good in theory, but what about in practice? It’s easy to feel enlightened when you’re off in a cave or an ashram, but it’s our real lives that are the portal to our own awakening. When you can find the bliss in doing the dishes, the meditation in running on a trail, or… find God in the brother you haven’t spoken to in years… that’s when you truly start to understand what zen is all about. So today, we're diving into how we can bring these zen principles into our everyday lives, transform mundane tasks into moments of mindfulness, and navigate the complexities of life with a sense of calm and presence. Because the true test of zen isn't how peaceful you feel in solitude but how centered you remain in the midst of it all. Our guest is Katie Arnold. She is an award-winning journalist, longtime contributor to Outside Magazine, and author of the acclaimed 2019 memoir Running Home. She’s a Zen practitioner and champion ultrarunner, and she teaches writing and running retreats, exploring the link between movement and creativity, wilderness and stillness. Her new book, Brief Flashings in the Phenomenal World: Zen and the Art of Running Free, is a spiritual guide and an exploration of how to be. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/353 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: The true consequences of external validation How to shift from time management to energy management How your relationships reflect your self-worth and how to break the cycle Do you want to know a powerful question you can ask yourself every time you react to something: Am I responding this way because it’s necessary or because of a past experience? Our experiences, especially from childhood, shape a huge part of who we are today. Memories, beliefs, and habits get deeply rooted in our subconscious minds. Then, they control our actions and reactions more than most of us even realize. But here's the good news: becoming aware of this starts to loosen the grip your past has on your present and future. So today, we’re talking about sovereignty, or the inner power, independence, and self-control to make choices based on your true self, not outside pressure or past conditioning. Our guest is Dr. Emma Seppälä. She's a speaker, author, and lecturer at Yale University. She's known for her expertise in the science of happiness, emotional intelligence, and social connection. She wrote the book, “The Happiness Track,” (Harper One, 2016), and her latest work, “Sovereign” (Hay House, 2024). Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/352 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: How to plant seeds of change within your relationships How to challenge your perspective and understand others more deeply How to use an inside-out approach when dealing with disagreements Have you ever been in the middle of an argument and felt like there was no way out? The exhausting back-and-forth where nobody seems to give an inch can leave you wondering if there's a way to find common ground without giving up what you believe in. We often try to show who we are by what we believe. And in a way, that becomes true. Because if we identify with our belief system, it's who we become and it's who others see us as. But if we identify with a deeper set of values, then we start to see everything else as just the armor we wear. The outfit we have on. Who we truly are is always beyond that. And if we can get over ourselves long enough to connect on that level, I honestly believe our entire world would change. So that's what we're talking about today. Our guest is Justin Jones-Fosu. He's the embodiment of energy, both at home and on top of the world's highest peaks. He recently even conquered one of the famous 7 Summits. He's also the author of books like "Your WHY Matters NOW," "The Inclusive Mindset," and his latest thought-provoking work, "I Respectfully Disagree: How to have Difficult Conversations in a Divided World." Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/351 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: When we should take a different approach to self-acceptance How to develop an aspirational identity The three pillars of self-confidence and how they can transform your self-image Have you ever had that inner voice that whispers, “I can’t do this,” right before you’re about to take on something new? Or maybe it’s louder, a persistent chant of self-doubt that seems to paralyze you, keeping you stuck where you are, not really moving forward in life. But that’s not your true inner voice. It’s the reptilian brain. The part that’s been running the show since the caveman days. And if you don’t learn to manage that part of your brain, you never clear the weeds to hear your true inner voice. So, I want you to imagine moving through life with a sense of purpose and alignment, making choices not from a place of fear but from a place of confidence. That’s exactly what we’re diving into today. The concept of Wise Confidence. Our guest is Giovanni Dienstmann. He’s been on the show before and has produced a masterclass for our membership. He is a self-discipline coach, meditation teacher, and author who focuses on the intersection between wisdom, peace, and power. Giovanni has helped executives, entrepreneurs, artists, and pro athletes to live a more focused and purposeful life. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/350 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: The hidden impact of historical trauma and how it's shaping your current behaviors and anxieties How the scars of your past can be converted into unique gifts and strengths How love as an active process can change your mental health Can you relate to this? You grow up looking at your family, thinking, "Phew, thank goodness I'm not like them." But then, one day, it hits you like a ton of bricks. You catch yourself saying the exact same things your mom used to say, word for word. Now, it might not be a big deal when it's just a saying or something we tell our kids or the way we carry ourselves. But what if it's something that really impacts our daily life, like anxiety? The truth is, you have the power to change course by reprogramming your patterns. And here's the really cool part: when you do that, you're not just changing your own life - you're also changing the course for your entire family line. Laura Rhodes-Levin is a licensed therapist who specializes in the evaluation and treatment of anxiety, depression, and trauma. She holds a Master of Science in Counseling and is known for her unique approach in the understanding of anxiety and anxiety disorders. She is also the author of “The Missing Peace: Rewire Your Brain, Reduce Anxiety, and Recreate Your Life.” Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/349 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: Unexpected ways these ancient symbols can elevate your consciousness. How your aura and chakras could be affecting your physical and spiritual well-being. How to pull energy from higher dimensions to impact your daily reality. Have you ever thought about why some days you feel perfectly in tune with the universe and other days it feels like everything is just against you? What if there’s a deeper pattern at play, a blueprint that connects us not just to the random things that happen but to the very fabric of the universe itself? This is called sacred geometry, and it's the secret language of nature. It's the ancient science that looks at how everything from beehives to entire galaxies follows the same universal patterns. Spirit science describes it as the building blocks of consciousness. They say that by understanding these patterns, we can start to see where we've been, where we are now, and where we're headed in life. I've known about sacred geometry for a while, but it wasn't until recently that it clicked for me how this knowledge can actually help us in our day-to-day lives. Today we’re talking about how we can attune ourselves to align with the universal flow and even pull from higher dimensions. Our guests are Gail and Gregory Hoag. They have over four decades of expertise in the realm of Sacred Geometry, and they have pioneered groundbreaking technologies and new discoveries that have changed thousands of lives all over the world. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/348 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: How different personalities within the same body can exhibit contrasting health symptoms The science of emotion-controlled consciousness and how your feelings shape your health How to trigger deep, transformative mental states to enhance healing and emotional freedom We know that the mind influences our health. The placebo effect shows how our beliefs can actually affect physical outcomes in the body. So, how much do our minds shape our health? How can we change our thinking to live healthier lives? That’s what we’re going to learn today. And it’s not just about "thinking yourself better." It’s deeper. It’s about uncovering those hidden, automatic patterns formed from past emotions and memories that influence how our body behaves and reacts today. What if you could use this understanding to boost everything else you're doing for your health? We’re adding a new piece to the healing puzzle: the emotional part. Our guest is Brandy Gillmore, a globally recognized mind-body healing expert who has profoundly impacted lives worldwide. Brandy's discoveries originated from her own debilitating injury, which led to a profound breakthrough in understanding of the power of the mind. Today, she works with top celebrities, CEOs, and individuals worldwide, showing people how to use the power of their minds to transform their health and lives. She has an award-winning podcast, "Heal Yourself. Change Your Life," where she guides listeners to release their physical pain in a matter of minutes. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/347 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: How anxious attachment shows up in relationships beyond romance The fascinating research that reveals the timeline to create a secure attachment and what that means for your closest relationships Why 70% of us are clinging to invisible wounds and how we can start healing Ever notice how certain emotional patterns are like weeds in a garden? They keep cropping up, no matter how many times you think you've pulled them out. What if I told you that you might be accidentally keeping these patterns going without even realizing it? Like you’re stuck in a loop of drama and insecurity. You see, sometimes we can find a strange kind of comfort in the chaos, even when it's not good for us. The big thing to pay attention to is something called attachment – it's the way we learn to connect with people when we're young children. About half of us have a hard time feeling secure in our relationships because of it. Changing these patterns isn't always easy. It means facing some uncomfortable truths and making decisions that are different than the ones that got you here. Today we're going to explore how we connect, love, and ultimately, how we can take back control of our emotional lives. When we start untangling those roots, that's when we can really start growing. And you might just be surprised at how strong you really are when you begin to change your emotional landscape. Our guest is Jennifer Nurick, a licensed Clinical Psychotherapist, Couple Therapist, Energetic Healer, and author of “Heal Your Anxious Attachment”. She is the founder and voice of Psychotherapy Central. She has been working in the healing space for over 20 years, combining Eastern energetic practices and Western psychotherapy. She offers transformational courses to help individuals and couples heal trauma and build secure long-term relationships. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/346 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: The power of adjusting our reactions by just 1% to create a whole new reality in our relationships. How our identities shape our habits and the importance of evolving our sense of self to inspire change. The crucial role of clear boundaries and standards in forging healthy, fulfilling relationships. Have you ever caught yourself thinking, "Why does this always happen to me? Am I attracting dogs or is this just the state of the market?” At some point, it starts to feel like the right person is an illusion. If you’ve found yourself in a cycle of the same relationship issues over and over again, it often means that you’re caught in a belief system that is subconsciously shaping your reality. If you don't confront these patterns, decouple from them, and cultivate new ones, you could be sentencing yourself to a life of rinse and repeat. So maybe, it’s time to ask the hard questions, and that’s what this episode is about. How to raise your standards, set intentions, and find your person. Our guest is Matthew Hussey. He is a New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and coach specializing in confidence and relational intelligence. His YouTube channel is number one in the world for love life advice, with over half a billion views. He also writes a weekly newsletter and is the host of the podcast “Love Life With Matthew Hussey.” Today he will teach us his proven approach to finding love but also how to feel confident and in control of our own happiness regardless of relationship status.  Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/345 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: How to distinguish between what's habitual and what's transformative How adding your unique signature to age-old rituals can transform your life's most important moments Why the tiniest rituals could make the biggest difference in your love life Have you ever noticed how some moments feel extra special, while others just blend into the background of your life? Things like the school bell ringing at the end of the day, blowing out birthday candles, or a even something as simple as a handshake after a deal - These are rituals, little traditions that mark important moments in our lives. If we ignore the power of rituals, we might lose touch with who we are. They reflect our choices and remind us of who we are and who we want to be. They're like a compass pointing us in the right direction. However, rituals can also become a burden if we're too rigid about them. The key is to find a balance - create your own unique mix of routines and spontaneous moments that tell your story. Every little ritual, even the ones we barely notice, shapes who we are. We're about to explore the power of rituals with expert Mike Norton. We'll learn how these everyday practices can bring us clarity, strength, and connection. Even the most ordinary moments can be magical if we embrace them. So get ready to discover the transformative power of your daily rituals. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/344 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: Powerful two-word mantra to help you approach difficult decisions The liberating question that could realign your life's path with true happiness. Powerful rituals that can guide you to personal closure, even when others leave the story unresolved. How often have you mistaken persistence for passion or comfort for contentment? The problem is, most of us don’t just fear change, but we have a whole narrative around quitting, as though it’s some form of failure. And these lies can keep us stuck in rooms we’ve long outgrown. So, how do we turn down the noise to turn up our own inner nudges? And how can we move more quickly toward our own new doorways of possibility? That’s what we’re talking about today. Our guest is Emily Freeman. She is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of five books, including "How to Walk into a Room" and "The Next Right Thing." She is also a spiritual director, workshop leader, and host of The Next Right Thing podcast, and her most important work is to help create soul space and offer spiritual companionship and discernment for anyone struggling with decision fatigue. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/343 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: How ‘doing nothing’ can radically transform your health and clarity How to find which body element type that dominates your life, and why it matters The colors of foods that best suit your element type Historically, healers tapped into intricate body connections, like reflexology and chakras, along with herbal medicine, aromatherapy, cupping therapy, and the study of body element types… all without the help of X-rays, MRIs, and computers. Today, we’re diving into the world of body element types, and it’s like unlocking a secret map to our own health. Think of it as the ancient version of a personalized health quiz. In traditions like Traditional Chinese Medicine, they talk about elements like Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. Each of us fits into one of these categories, and it's not just for fun – it tells us a ton about what our bodies and minds crave for balance. Understanding whether you're more Fire than Water, or more Earth than Metal, can change the game. It's like having insider knowledge on how to eat, move, and chill in ways that actually feel right to you. So today we’re going to learn the secrets of your element type, plus a whole lot of other holistic health practices. Our guest is the TikTok famous Dr. Anis Khalaf, aka @acupuncturefit on socials. He is a medically trained Acupuncture Physician who helps top performers get their health back through an ancient technique called Element Typing. He is the founder and CEO of Acupuncture Fit and VirtualTCM.com. He creates custom Traditional Chinese Medicine health plans for people who suffer from pain, infertility, addiction, gut and hormone imbalance, skin conditions, and severe, terminal, and rare cases. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/342 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: How to rethink happiness and relearn presence for deeper connections How to craft a legacy through a bucket list The four essential habits that are key to emotional intelligence It’s not a secret that we humans are starting to suck at connection. The days of deep listening, intimate sharing, and simply being together in the same space are becoming fewer and further between. Instead, a quick DM or text has become our go-to, avoiding phone calls and, heaven forbid, unannounced visits. But here's the crucial part: while our methods of communication have shifted dramatically, the human need for physical connection hasn't. So how do we get back to that deep connection that we know through mountains of research that humans thrive on? Today we’re going to learn how to connect with one another deeply and consciously through the LOVE system. Our guest is Talia Fox. She has become a visionary for leadership and legacy building. Her extensive background in psychology and education enables her to help people to be more present, more engaged, and more attuned to the intricacies of our interconnected world. She’s also the author of “The Power of Conscious Connection: 4 Habits to Transform How You Live and Lead.”  Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/341 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: How to master your mental muscles to unlock a world of focused achievement The implications of quantum physics on wealth A 5-minute practice with the power to reduce stress and enhance focus Ever wonder why some people seem to manifest abundance with ease while others get caught up in the same old mess of financial struggles or personal dramas? How is it that the same opportunities, the same world, can yield so many different outcomes? Today, we're dissecting the impact of our subconscious money patterns and how they carry the weight of our past into our present, for better or for worse. And what happens to us and to our dreams when we actually move from a mindset of scarcity to one of abundance. You may recognize our guest, one of my dear friends Ashley Stahl. She is the author of YouTurn and host of the podcast of the same name. She is seriously a powerhouse of inspiration. And she writes TED Talks that will get you on that stage and help you go viral. We’ve decided to introduce a new flavor to both our shows. Every now and then we’re going to do our own little version of a book club. So today we’re going through one of my newest favorite books Happy Pocket Full of Money. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/340 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: The secret pivotal stage that comes after you've mastered tough tasks Why forcing discipline is a flawed strategy, and how to inject structure into your routine The life-altering shift that happens when you reduce the space between idea and action Can you be real with yourself for a moment? A part of you already knows what you want. And you know what you need to do. The hard part is actually getting yourself to do the thing. The problem is that our comfort zones are… comfy. We don’t like to leave them. But if you keep making the decisions you’ve always made, you’re going to keep building up walls that keep you where you are. You are responsible for the life you create. No one’s going to do it for you. So, knowing that how can you bring yourself to give and produce your best when you least feel like it? Today we’re going to figure that out. Our guest is Dre Baldwin. He is CEO and Founder of Work On Your Game Inc. He has given 4 TEDx Talks and has authored 35 books. Dre had a 9-year professional basketball career, playing in 8 countries. And his framework is the "roadmap in reverse" for professional mindset, strategy, systems, and execution Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/339 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will learn: • The unspoken emotional pacts we make in relationships. • How to manage anxious attachments. • The powerful steps to sit with your past wounds, understand their impact, and start to heal. Have you ever found yourself wondering why certain feelings just won't leave you be? Like you're carrying this invisible backpack filled with emotions that somehow seem too familiar, no matter where you go or who you're with?  You might have asked yourself, why do these bits of the past cling so stubbornly, shaping not just moments, but your very life story? See, the thing is, we're all a product of our experiences, but sometimes, it's not the ones you can outright remember that have the tightest grip. It's those subtle, often overlooked emotional imprints from our youngest years that silently steer the ship of our behavior, relationships, and, yes, even our self-worth. But here's a kicker: these same shadows, as painful as they can be, also have the power to lead to the most profound understanding of ourselves.  Today, we're diving into just how much of our adult selves are blueprints scribbled in our young minds. Our guest is Jessica Baum. She is the founder of the Relationship Institute of Palm Beach. She has helped thousands of clients with her unique approach to healing, the Self-full® Method.  Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/338 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Jan 26th
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Sober Sobery

so nice I really enjoyed it

Feb 15th
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Staci Brooks

I just don't get a good feeling about his guides compared to other channelers. I dont' know why. I keep trying to listen or read and the vibe is just not good. And I don't feel like his guides make ANY SENSE AT ALL.

Oct 27th
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Delafrouz

Talk about #mahsa_amini

Oct 1st
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Delafrouz

be our voice #mahsaamini

Sep 25th
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Kala Nidhi

This was Amazing and Melissa you were and are delightful as always.

Aug 21st
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Stephanie Buck

"Self-love isn't pretty or easy"

May 26th
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Stephanie Buck

yup. love it.

May 12th
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Sarah Henry

Awesome explanations! Good to think about it from this perspective. Thanks!

Apr 22nd
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Tahereh Shadman

thanks so effective😍🥰

Feb 2nd
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Armetis

I love your podcast

Dec 5th
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Armetis

👍👍that was perfect , thank you

Nov 29th
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abdulbari mo

good subject 🤎

Oct 18th
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Rod Strawn

The talk about the cat experiment just blew my mind. Great episode!

Oct 9th
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Elnaz Gdi

Hi thanks for this good podcast. Can i have the text of this episode?

Oct 5th
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Stephanie Flasch

Thank you.

Sep 21st
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