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When we reach the 40s, everything we are going through, every change we notice is too often dismissed as "just" menopause. It diminishes our struggles, it belittles our experience and it's blurring our view on other issues that are presenting themselves. It's not just physical changes, but more internal, deep knowing on a soul level, that things are changing. And while this rite of passage used to be celebrated and honored, now in modern days we brush it off and push aside. In this interview, we talked about how we should accept, acknowledge, and appreciate this phase, allowing our souls to emerge and shine. Debs explained the astrology and Kundalini aspects of this passage and we both agreed that our bodies are divine creations with innate knowledge and a sense of working perfectly if we allow and support them.
Thinking of starting dating again after a divorce? It might be scary, awkward, and often times very challenging, especially with the luggage of past experiences most women (and men) went through - divorce, family court, empty nest, elderly parents... In this interview, we talked about how women can break the pattern of dating the wrong guys by finding that inner peace and love for themselves first. And Jonathon gave some awesome tips on how women can understand men better.
As we approach midlife, it's so easy to get comfortable, content, and complacent, telling ourselves that we are too old, that it's too late, and that most of our lives are over. Leanne is a perfect example of how life can be amazing even when we grow older. She embraced her inner knowing, trusting her intuition and living life to the fullest - jumping from one adventure into another, trying new things, and boldly following her dreams.
To be yourself in today's world requires courage, but also taking full responsibility for our thoughts, actions and emotions. Living the life on our terms and consciously creating the world around us demands the integratiy, honoring our values and most of all, choosing who we want to be. In this episode, I talk about those choices that we are making every day, regardless of the situation, about taking ownership of our choices regardless of the outcome and about expecting miracles and magic regardless of our past experiences.
We are more confused and overwhelmed than ever when it comes to actually losing weight and keeping it off. All the options, information, diets, trends... we are bombarded every day with, yet more and more people are struggling with choosing to eat what's right for them. Suz shared her own story of shame and fear around weight, which led her to her mission - helping other women find food peace. We discussed common mistakes and struggles that keep women from successful weight loss. Suz shared some really simple tips that anyone can follow to get and stay healthy.
Finding the right partner and having a great relationship seems like a big mountain to climb. Especially for women in midlife, who have been through their own share of bad dates or relationships, who now approach dating with caution and reserve and who are not settling for anything but the best. We talked about finding the right partner and what do men and women really look for. And also about keeping the spark alive in the relationship and how to grow together. Scot created a mantra "Deserve what you want." to emphasize the importance of being the kind of person who will attract the right match. He also says relationships shouldn't be hard work
Being able to hold space and counsel for yourself is empowering. No one else can truly feel into the totality of your emotions, intuition, and true desires like you can.  Susan shares how anybody can interpret messages the Universe sends, getting in touch and in tune with your soul, for yourself, and why it is so empowering to read your own cards and learn symbolism. We also discussed how the community has progressed toward a much more accepting attitude towards tools like Tarot and how those tools are now widely available for everyone to use.
In this interview, Sarupa talks about the true role of money as the exchange tool, nothing else. Yet we've made it so complicated. We give it so much importance. We make decisions through money. We measure our value, worth, and purpose with it. We tie so many fears and doubts and insecurities with it. We talked about the common stories we tell ourselves of and about money and how to change those stories to serve us, not hinder us. When we change these stories, we change the energies in our lives. Sarupa encourages us to explore our relationship with money to discover who we are and who we could be in the world. 
When we hit our 40s or 50s, it seems like we have it all. But so many of us start to feel something is missing. We start to question who we really are, what we are here on Earth for, what's our soul mission and purpose... In this episode, Alenka shares why she believes that getting to know, accept, and finally be yourself is the greatest gift of midlife. We get to see behind the curtains, the veils are lifting and the layers of our conditioning are falling away. We get to dig deep inside, finding and uncovering pieces of ourselves that we hid to please and accommodate others. To finally be ourselves.
Menopause is a natural phase in our lives, the evolution of women's bodies, yet so often it comes with anxiety, fear, and worry. Usually, it's accompanied by threats and intimidation stories from the elderly. Add to that the marketing and media that emphasize the problems and issues, and no wonder women get overwhelmed and scared. In this interview, Angie Garton shares how to do menopause naturally. We discussed the symptoms that women can experience and the common mistakes women make when entering this stage. Angie talks about the simple steps and strategies so women can feel more control and can get on with their life again.
Parenting is the HARDEST job in the entire world (and it's never done), with no training or manual to do it well. It's an evolution of growth for both parties, and every child is unique. And we are never done, even when kids leave home. In this interview, Danielle Bettmann shares about how the parent-child relationship evolves as kids age, and what's important "big picture" - not only identifying the end goal, and "phases" but what it looks like to relate to them and why it's important. We discussed how to shift the culture in the parent-child relationship from "me vs. you" to "us vs. problems"  and why we are responsible TO our kids not FOR our kids.
James Arthur Ray is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, life and business coach.  He is the author of six internationally best-selling books including his New York Times bestseller HARMONIC WEALTH: The Secret to Attracting the Life You Want; and a co-author and contributor to THE SECRET. He has worked with over 1 million people from 145 countries. His company hit the Inc. 500. He has appeared numerous times on Larry King Live, Piers Morgan, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, and Oprah. And then, after rising to the pinnacle of his profession, he and his company were involved in a tragic accident in 2009 and he lost everything - his company gone, his home and savings gone, even his friends turned their back on him.  In this interview, James tells his story from his humble beginnings to achieving amazing success, to that tragic night that changed everything. He shares how he got himself up again, how he overcame the pain and hurt, and how he deals with the guilt and responsibility for the events. We discussed what redemption really means and how we need to take absolute responsibility and be willing to pay the price.
Christa Norris is Intuitive Coach and Energy Healer and in this interview, she shares about her own spiritual path and what she is observing about our mental health and accepting our feelings and emotions.  We are often diminishing and putting down a woman's personal experience and her own autonomy and power in allowing her to express how she's feeling and what she's experiencing. Christa emphasizes how important it is to observe and listen to whatever your deeper parts, your deeper self is telling you. 
Midlife is an important part of our life cycle and we should celebrate it, not frown upon it and dread it. It gives us perfect opportunity to start anew but on the foundations of our past experiences, our skills and knowledge, our wisdom and insights.  We get to learn who we are, not what others told us to be. We have the chance to create the life we want. And we get to use all our past lessons for our advantage.  It's the beautiful time of our lives where we can fully accept, embrace, and love ourselves just as we are. We get to be us. We get to shine our light and use our powers to create a better future.
Taking care of ourselves is a very important part of a fulfilled life. Currently, though people seem to focus on everything physical and external. Our guest today is Zoë Foster – a life energy alchemist – and she believes that we need to transcend the physical and connect to our inner/higher selves to reach the state of wellbeing. In this interview, Zoë shares her own journey of healing multiple chronic conditions, and why she believes focusing purely on healing our physical selves is keeping us sick. She lets us in on how she has made a connection to her spiritual self.
The ‘rules’ made up by society feels like pressure for all of us. Being a perfect friend, perfect spouse,  perfect parent… We all want that, but at what cost? Usually, the most people that look the most perfect are actually the most unhappy. Rebel,  a word that has many bad connotations. Can it be seen as a positive quality of a person? Can we call a person, who goes for what he/she wants against all odds and all the struggles of life, a rebel? Petra Monaco says YES! In this interview, Petra will share what embracing your inner ‘rebel’ means and how you can get started today with small and perhaps radical changes in your life and business.
Females go through so many changes in their lives – they become women, sisters, wives, moms, grandmoms. These changes usually mean a change in the perception of self as well. All the social roles that are attached to women during their life become knotted and confusing in our minds, until we lose ourselves in all the advice that other people try to feed us every day.  But what about our own wisdom? That inner voice that gives us advice?
What does MAGIC mean to you? How can we get more into the space of creating magic? Tam connects neuroscience and quantum physics with the spirituality, creating change from the whole mind, body, and spirit. She and her clients use LOA, EFT, LOL and OMG a lot. In this podcast we talked about creating magic, why change is so hard and how to harness the power from within.
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