In this episode I tell you the storey behind the first book I wrote and the lessons I gained along the way. Plus, you can listen to the first two chapters. As I state within the books introduction, I wrote it to help improve myself but in publishing it, perhaps it will also help other people too. I pleased to say that this seems to be the case as it has received 4 and 5 star reviews on Amazon. Click link to purchase on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2AFWkfo
Her ambition to become a ‘Big Screen’ actress never allowed her to ask some of bigger questions about life and the true nature of self until talking with actor Terence Stamp who had just returned from an ashram retreat in India. This was Caroline’s first introduction to a different world of spiritual growth and enlightenment and would lead her on a long journey of self-discovery and spiritual awakening.
The story of humanity, society and the planet is changing, what the new story will look like is unknown but what is for certain is that it will be very different from the past! An ocean of wisdom and knowledge can be gained from this podcast as Miguel shares his story in a refreshingly frank and open manner.
As someone who has struggled with her own mental health from an early age, Claire’s open and honest account shows how it can impact a persons life direction. Not only is this podcast about mental health but also about Claire’s own strength, courage and development of compassion for herself and others, despite life throwing some hard hits.
From an ‘unconscious’ lifestyle of parties, late nights and heavy drinking to one of abstinence and living consciously. Gill’s open and honest podcast is the true meaning of learning from life to become more ‘awake’, contented and connected with who you really are.
This is a story of a young mans struggle with food addiction, self-esteem, becoming an independent adult and being true to an innate passion despite numerous obstacles along his journey.
Somewhat of a ‘rags to riches’ story, this podcast has some life lessons for everyone to learn from and apply to their own life.
As a Royal Marine, Dave needed a strong mind which was willing to push him physically and psychologically to the limit in order to survive conflict in war but he later recognised that the Yin element was missing from his life. https://www.yogaandcalisthenics.com/
At some point in life we all question the meaning and purpose to life. Perhaps we feel like there should be something more, like something is missing or perhaps there’s a niggling, indescribable void inside which needs to be filled? For Simon this internal feeling was present early on in life.