Find the purpose of your life and celebrate each moment with beautifully inspiring ideas for your health, life, spirituality and all things beautiful. I will share with you interviews with experts from all walks of life who have the most amazing knowledge, and hear inspiring stories of love and survival. You will hear mystical music that delights your spirit, share healthy living ideas and all things that ignite that inspirational spark. Together we can discover what it takes to open our hearts and souls and lead a more adventurous and meaningful life.
In today’s episode I talk with the ever entertaining Fanni Compton, who is an actress, writer and singer. She has been known recently for Nowhere Close and Lockdown Lifeline and has several TV series in the production pipelines.
Fanni is a talented and gifted artist.She has recently won ‘Best Song' (Rap Genre) Competition and her music is being used in a new film ‘The Making Of Alex' which will be released later this year. Fanni talks openly about her life, her struggles and successes with great understanding of the human psyche and with subtle humour that captures the audience. Intelligent yet humorous she also shares how her life experiences led her to follow the path of her true vocation with courage and determination. It shows how true joy rests with the ultimate acceptance of oneself.
In today’s episode I talk with Sharon Lee Founder of Fearless Pursuits.
Sharon is an online business coach specialising in mindset and sales enabling women entrepreneurs to grow their businesses. Her success has grown from strength to strength but her life was not always so successful.
At the age of 12 she was homeless and was many days and months without food, yet she managed to survive all that and more which she shares with openness and honesty. She is shortly releasing a book where she writes about her rise to success.
Her sheer determination has enabled her to grow several successful businesses and her reach is international. Sharon reminds us that everything begins with us and that we hold the power of transformation in our hands.
In today's episode I have the extraordinary guest Madeleine Black who shares with us an incredible, yet harrowing story which led to huge repercussions in her life.
Madeleine is a speaker, activist psychotherapist and the author of the renowned book Unbroken.
She was the victim of a sexual crime that left her silent for many years, but has now found her voice and uses it as a motivational speaker and for so many who can’t find theirs yet.
It's a subject that is extremely difficult to talk about but she hopes that by speaking out and writing about it, she can help to combat it by reducing the stigma and help other victims of sexual violence, crime, PTSD, and anyone who has struggled with forgiveness.
Madeleine travels worldwide to spread her message: It’s not what happens to us that is important, but what we do with what happens to us and if we choose to, we can get past anything that happens to us in life.
A story of huge courage and hope that shows us that we are more than anything we could ever face.
The language of the heart is universal and timeless.
There is nothing quite like it that can bring people together, into the realms of compassion, it is the magical ingredient that is able to make everything ethereal, with just one whisper of our name.
Love is the the life force that makes the universe exist and gives meaning to each breath. If it were not for this ethereal phenomena, there would be no reason for anything to exist. Divine love is what binds our souls together.
One of the greatest secrets, is the call of the heart and the realisation that every stage we pass through on the path of love, is needed for the soul to find its way back home.
In today’s episode I talk with the founder of “A Pain Plan”, Sharon Smith. She is well known for her work as an Emotional Freedom Technique therapist , otherwise known as EFT.She’s an expert in her field and has many different areas of expertise, that help people find pain relief, whether that be emotional or physical. Sharon also works as a psychic and clairvoyant and she uses these tools to help people worldwide.
Her self help videos can be found on You Tube as well as her website and they have helped thousands of people gain freedom from pain. Her knowledge is fascinating and she reveals how simple tapping methods can allow the body and mind to release pain in a simple and natural way. She explains the relationship between mind, body and spirit and how in order to heal we must look deeper within ourselves.
In this delightful episode I talk with Artist, Poet and Author Stephen Paul Wilson. His journey begins with an early childhood awareness and a deep knowing that he was different to others. Being extremely sensitive, he withstood bullying from a young age and having to hide his spiritual openness throughout his life, until he experienced an awakening that changed his life forever. Stephen talks openly and candidly about his struggles, fears and crisis moments and how he managed to survive extreme difficulties by finding and following the path of love.
In this episode I explore the wonder and magic of the present moment and how it is important to find the beauty of now.
It is pointless to waste time through despair on what was once and what could be, everything that passes never returns.
We do not even own our own breath.
For every breath we take, we give one back.
Put your hand on your heart and honour your heartbeats.
It is through this connection that we enter the gateway to remembering that our life has a purpose.
In today’s episode I have the company of renowned relationship expert Brad Robinson and founder of Healing Broken Trust.
He has helped people worldwide to heal broken trust, through his expertise and he specialises in helping make relationships stable and healthy.
Brad has travelled all over North America speaking and training with the best experts in marriage and family therapy.
He is also a Tedex Speaker and talks about how to achieve lasting love and committed relationships. Brad talks openly about his difficult childhood with his parents divorce and the impact it has had in forming his experiences and relationships growing up and in adult life. He shares how his early life led him to find his soul propose and that the greatest gift we can give each other is always the power of love.
In today’s episode I talk with Stammering Activist Callum Schofield.
In a story filled with suffering yet incredible courage, Callum talks about how he has suffered with a stammer his whole life, until the age of 18, when he had an epiphany moment that was to change his life forever.
Now working hard to raise awareness for stammering across the world, he is also the Host of The Schofield Stories Podcast.
He is already well known as a stammering activist and as a result of this, he now has embarked on a career as a Mindset & Confidence Coach.
By gaining his own voice, he now has embarked upon his life mission to helps others find their voice.
In today’s episode I talk with Giampiero Scatollon founder of Apex Conversations and a motivational listener/speaker.
He shares his often traumatic story that led him from the depths of despair to the awakening moments that gave him the reason to live again.
In 2014 he was diagnosed with PTSD after he had served in combat as a US soldier in Afghanistan in 2010.
After having been through an earth shattering war, seeing the worst of humanity and the fragility of life, he speaks about the after effects and how it has impacted his life and how he has overcome all of this to try and rebuild his life and help others.
His goal is to spread the message that everyone needs to be heard through genuine conversations, and that an individual can potentially release years of emotional pain through this method of healing.
An example of how we are all walking the tightrope between dark and light and it’s up to us how we decide to use that power.
In today’s episode I talk with leading campaigner Tony Stowell who is heading a major campaign for the rights of people in care homes.
Tony has a successful career in the entertainment industry, which has led to a life filled with interesting twists and turns.
He went from being a top professional model, working in Los Angeles as a double for Tom Cruise, to being offered to be in Take That at the beginning of their stardom.
He is a familiar figure among celebrities and many of them are now helping him to raise awareness of his campaign.
A testimony to the power of his campaign, is that he has the backing of a leading London solicitors which is recognised by the Legal 500 as one of the top tier legal firms in the UK, Gulbenkian Andonian Solicitors.
He is campaigning to raise standards in care homes and that anyone wishing to have cctv in their rooms in a care home by law is allowed to do so, for peace of mind and the assurance that protection and safety is always adhered to.
He talks with determination and honesty about his courageous and extraordinarily difficult battle to raise awareness of the plight of the vulnerable and how his mission has taken him on the journey of making history.
His story has made it into the mainstream media and reached parliament.
Every person has the right to be safe and treated with dignity and respect, and Tony’s campaign #supportTonystowell is leading the way to giving a voice to the silent ones.
In today’s episode I have the privilege to have Andy Bromley on the show. He’s the Head Marketing Manager at Ingram Content Group and is responsible for the marketing in Europe, Asia, Australia and the United Kingdom.
Andy is also part of IngramSpark and helps indie authors get their print books out through the Ingram network.
This episode is for everyone who is interested in publishing a book, who has a story to share with the world. Andy gives some invaluable tips to budding authors and authorpreneurs. From start to finish he gives superb advice from publishing your book with Ingrams to making it available worldwide and how to achieve success holistically in all spheres to become a published author. A true expert in his field, Andy makes the process simple and concise and inspires everyone who has every had the dream to write a book to making it into a reality.
In this episode I talk with the inspiring Emily Gearing.
She is a Life Coach & Mental Health Campaigner, Podcaster and Founder of the REST EASY Method. Emily talks openly about her battle with PTSD and other personal issues that led her to have low self esteem. Despite all of this she faced her fears and developed a successful career in wellbeing as well as developing a method that is a self-help tool that teaches people how to manage emotions, build resilience, develop self-awareness and grow empathy. An honest and deeply personal insight into the world of fear and anxiety and the journey back to an uplifting and successful life.
In this episode I talk with Lily James an award nominated Country/Folk Singer Songwriter.
She was amongst the Best of Irish and English songs of 2017.
She talks about her highs and lows in her journey as a singer and how she made a life changing decision to leave Los Angeles where she had set up her life and career to having to come back to the UK to look after her father who had developed dementia. Her story shows the delicate line between love and duty and the balance needed to remain positive despite the adversities that life may throw at us.
In this episode I talk with the inspirational Victoria English Martin
Integrative Nutrition Coach, Pilates Instructor,Legislative Ambassador,Podcaster.
Two years ago she faced the battle of a lifetime that saw her go from strength to weakness from a life threatening illness. She tells us about her crisis and the road to recovery of her physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.
Victoria is the host of the successful podcast After The Crisis which she started after her own life changing challenges and coming through the biggest test of her life, to now bringing healing and joy to others.
In this sad yet uplifting and incredible life story of a lady who was kissing the doors of heaven, and then was brought back to life miraculously, so that she could live the life of her soul purpose and transform the life of others.
In this heartfelt episode I talk with the ever eccentric Lord Chalkwell, otherwise known Nick Payne. A successful entrepreneur, film maker and business guru, he tells the story of his success, struggles with mental illness, and his recovery to regain his life again after losing everything. His raw honesty captures the delicate and fragile state of what it is to be human, and how the lowest point in his life led to a turning point that changed his life forever. He rebuilt his business empire and embraced his true self through the power of self belief and an awakening into the spiritual realms that helped him embrace the joy of living once again. A story of courage and survival that shows us the immense power of the human spirit.
In this episode I gently touch upon the meaning of true friendship and it’s importance in our lives.
Friendship to this day remains one of the greatest mysteries in this universe.
It is one of the most beautiful gifts, that we can be bestowed with and it’s sacredness is precious and noble.
If it touches our lives we are truly honoured and blessed.
A true friend is rare, it is someone who understands our silence, sings our music, wipes our sorrows and makes the road ahead be filled with ease and adventure.
It still is one of the most profound treasures of our lifetime.
Whatever relationships we have in our life right now at this precise moment is what we have drawn to us energetically.
The people we meet are exactly the ones we need at any given moment and whose meaning and reason may be hidden, yet all events arise from this hidden meaning, for our greater growth and spiritual expansion.
In this episode I talk with Personal Trainer Kellie Ewington who left a high profile career in the private airline industry to follow her dream of establishing her own successful business as a personal trainer. We talk about the difficulties people’s face in these times of remaining consistent with their health and well-being and what steps are needed to achieve gradual but long term success in their personal fitness. Kellie discusses the importance of mental health and how a regular fitness programme can help overall health.
In this motivational episode, I talk with international sports therapist John Baker.
John is a former royal engineer in the British Army and after leaving the army he trained to become a sports therapist and a soft tissue expert.
He now works internationally for the famous Iron Man events and elite sports teams, such as the British Bobsleigh team, Argentinian Rugby Team and the Jacksonville Jaguars which is an American football team, amongst many other leading sports teams around the world.
John shares his motivation for life and talks about how achieving his own personal goals come through discipline and a positive mindset and this is something that he passes on to his clients through his work. It is a testimony that with determination and hard work, without losing sight of your goals, you can achieve anything if you put your whole being into realising your aspirations.
In today’s episode I talk to Steve Lindsay MBE from the Prince’s Trust about his superb work within the Trust and beyond. He was awarded an MBE by Her Majesty the Queen for his superb charity work and selfless efforts in helping so many youngsters out of incredibly difficult lives. Having worked with the Prince’s Trust for over forty years, since His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales set it up, Steve was one of the first people to be involved in setting the charity up. He shares his stories of how he has managed to help young people achieve a new life, mostly out of great adversity, by guiding them through the process of hope and the ability to change their lives forever. He also shares stories of encouragement and personal experiences of great achievement. He is a wonderful example of how human compassion can literally change the world, one person, one soul at a time.
Every moment is crucial and the decision always rests in our hands how we live, that is our infinite power. In the opening episode I discuss the topic of How To Accept Ourselves.
I look into both the physical and spiritual ways of how to conquer the adversity of the struggle to truly love ourselves and how to stop comparing ourselves to others.
We are all at the brink of a new chapter of self realisation and together we can bring a huge change in the world by celebrating our differences for a global healing.
Whatever happens to us it is essential that we do not give up the hope to live, to love, to hold on to the faith of a better tomorrow, knowing with certainty that this moment can bring a change so profound, that the next hour, the next day can be transformed from despair to hope.
This episode brings a certainty of spirit and encourages us to keep walking and keep discovering the power of us.
In this episode I share with you how music has a tremendous affect on us and how we can harness its power by understanding our own relationship with it.
Whatever our beliefs, we all share one fundamental truth that’s undeniable, that each of us has a special and secret relationship with music.
The unfathomable mystery that seems unsolvable, is how can something without form be felt with our feelings and evoke such strong emotions that pictures and paintings can be seen with our soul just through the magic of sound.