In this episode, D. Neil Elliott shares his personal story of how he expanded his consciousness and transformed his life. At age 57, to any outsider, he was highly educated and had a successful consulting business and an amazing family. His life was going well, but things were not all they seemed.
Category: Alignment & Flow
Christine Samuel is the founder, coach, and facilitator of Inner Work Matters. In this interview, she shares her journey from Indonesia to Canada and the awakenings she experienced. After discovering the effects of stress on her health and exploring the causes, she...
Kay is passionate about simplicity. She says “Midlife Simplicity is often hard to find. Midlife is a time of grief, overwhelm and worry which impacts your well-being. The loss of past roles or relationships also creates uncertainty. Whether you are navigating a looming empty nest or deciding what to do when your parents die and all the issues in between, don’t let them take you by surprise!”
In this interview, Heath explains how his life started turning around after waking up face-down-pants-down in his garage during a rock-bottom breakdown. He began interviewing 100+ creative entrepreneurs and adopting their strategies. He also had the help of a few magical strangers. Heath shares some of the tips and techniques that have helped him live with a sense of rebirth every day. Living in tune with Nature, surrendering expectations, having a morning routine and “leaning into love and letting his heart rise up”.
In this interview with Carol, Kathleen Flanagan talks about “trusting yourself” and tells of lessons learned in her “walk through fear” that led to emotional healing and her own “awakening.” The role of meditation was vital in her learning to trust herself. That, along with her spiritual experiences, has given her the passion and impetus for helping others with “designing, defining, testing, and experiencing a crystal clear vision of the life they would love.”
In this interview, Corbett Barr talks with Carol about life being a refinement process with increasing awareness on the importance of creating vs. consuming in a digital world and having a heart-centered focus. Recently Corbett has taken a look at his life and the world and pivoted to focus on “tech for social good, digital minimalism, and the creator economy.” In his conversation with Carol, he talks about how this period of reevaluation and contemplation has led him back to writing.
I'm a heart-centered, lifelong learner, reader, and promoter of books. That's right, and I have been reading since early childhood. It was my mother's hobby, and I picked it up from her. I could read just about anywhere - on the floor, in bed, or up a tree. My...
An Interview with Megan Colleen Johnson – life coach, creative consultant, podcast host, and speaker helps people find their inner leader. In this interview, Carol discusses Megan Johnson’s path to reclaiming her authentic self. The conversation centers around...
In this interview, Carol discusses Tonya’s experiences and awakenings concerning anxiety, self-compassion and meditation.