Dylan Charles is a self-described “battered soul” who found his way from self-sabotage to self-mastery by being open to his inner wisdom and seizing on opportunities to increase his knowledge and take action to improve his life and the lives of those around him.
Category: Meditation & Mindfulness
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.
In this interview, Justin Caffrey talks with Carol about navigating life’s challenges and how grief and loss have changed his life. As a coach and consultant, part of his mission is to help others by sharing what has helped him. His website contains courses and many free resources.
In this episode, Carol interviews Rev. Janice Chrysler who explains what led her to find her path, develop her intuitive skills to help herself and others, teach meditation and write two books (so far). At age 10, she knew she would do something spiritual. As an inquisitive young girl, she was always…
An interview with Dawn James – sound healer, spiritual mentor, author, speaker, and conscious living teacher. Based on her own experiences, Dawn wants to share with others how to tap into the power within.
It seems odd that we need to learn how to relax. Shouldn't it be a natural state when we are not in an active mode - like our ancestors' primal fight or flight? Environment And Our Ability To Relax When did anxiety and nervousness replace relaxation in my life?...
In this interview, Carol discusses Tonya’s experiences and awakenings concerning anxiety, self-compassion and meditation.
—We have come out of one of the strangest winters of our lives - having weathered the ups and downs of quarantine and COVID. Our lives are different. The stress of this time we are in plays havoc on mind, body, and soul. Amid the stress of loss (jobs, health,...
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