Ever been called “Kumbayah”—like it’s a bad thing? If you’ve ever sung the song, you know differently. Host Kealah (KEY-la) Parkinson reads more posts from the Coach Kiki blog, including a not-yet-uploaded piece, “In Defense of Kumbayah.”
As the world continues to debate the benefits of when to mask or unmask, corporate meditation teacher Wendy Quan & transformation coach/intuitive Selena Ella Moon join host Kealah Parkinson to discuss when they step in & out of the masks of identity & personality, & when they step out of the “matrix” of world living completely
A banking HR professional who has embraced the esoteric in her retirement career, Patricia Darden shares some of her transforming beliefs & experiences + ways she practices mindfulness—& how that’s changed over 7 decades
Yoga Instructor Arin Otis & Hypnotherapist (& recurring guest) Lisa Berry share details about their summer 2021 workshop; we dig into the whats, the hows, & especially the whys of the growing movement of Women’s Circles
Domestic abuse is never okay. And yet many of us have normalized this experience to the point that we don’t even realize we’re in it.
Join me for an important conversation with Mind-Body-Spirit Coach (& abuse survivor) Jeannie Ruiz to receive her earned wisdom from her personal story & the many ways she shares & triumphs now.
If putting your values first in your business (or as a consumer) seems impossible to you, listen to this fresh perspective from Business Coach Eric Beschinski as we take a hiatus from our #TheSuccessfulBodyBook series to chat with a local expert to NWI.
Another installment in our series with contributing authors to #thesuccessfulbodybook, this episode features all things Mama Mindfulness—including financial self-care—with guest expert Chelsea Fournier
2020 is about to get canceled! How will you say goodbye to it? We chat with theatre actress & costumer turned virtual sales pro Olivia Kraus about the most important pivots at the end of this trying year.
Learn the difference between spirituality & Spiritualism—& hear a few ghost stories along the way. Teketa Shine of The Crystal Mind shares ways she connects to lost loved ones, too, in this Halloween 2020 episode.
Treating humans like humans during critical, elder & end of life care seems to be the U.S. exception instead of the norm. Meet Kathleen Luken, one woman who is changing that, one facility at a time with true compassion.
Mountain climbing, international travel, hallucinogenics& life-threatening moments: Following up our interview with John Ashby of Pee Wee Sports & Fitness, we hear many great stories from author/speaker Erik Seversen
Mike Zolfo was among the early waves of yoga meditation practitioners in the U.S. & likely the first yoga studio owner in Northwest Indiana. Hear how he became interested in yoga after studying meditation—& not the now-common other way around
Past guest Stephen Dynako returns to give us his insights on the metaphysics of Coronavirus—from the opportunities of the Social Chrysalis learning platform to the insights gleaned from his direct work with Barbara Marx Hubbard to everyday challenges
Tune In interviews Marc Holley of Atlas Defense in Minneapolis—about his frontline view of protests & social unrest, as well as his personal experiences growing up as a person of color in the primarily white community of Northwest Indiana
Eugene Uriel, Rev. Rhonda Schienle (“Sister Sage”), & Stacey Garcelon answer listeners’ questions about their personal experiences clinically dying, returning to life, & having otherworldly encounters in between.