What does it mean to be whole and why is it worth exploring? This playful podcast is an in-depth exploration of how adapting a way of wholeness can set the foundation for a vibrant, fulfilling life. Broadening perspectives, embracing presence and listening to our inner guidance are a few of the many themes covered. Journey inwards with your hosts Ariane [IG: @theinwardpath] and Maximilian [IG: @wholistic.guide] to discover your most alive and free expression.
We are here on this earth to live life, yet many of us spend their entire time escaping it. In this episode we explore our human tendency to distract, blindfold and busy ourselves - day after day after day - with work, technology, drugs and other matters. All to aide us in avoiding experiencing life, being present in the moment and ultimately to avoid having to face our existential fear of life itself.
What does it actually look like to live wholistically on a daily basis? In this episode we explore what an entire day might look like when we truly embrace our wholeness and live our life in a wholistic manner, all the way from waking up in the morning to drifting off to sleep at night.
All we need is love, love is all there is. In this episode we explore the incredible potential of living a life filled with love, how we all can attract incredible things in our lives simply by being love and what it takes to emit the frequency of love in all we do.
You are nature, we are nature. Nature isn't an external entity separate from us, it literally is us. In this episode we explore the importance of nature for our own health, the illusionary separation we have created between us and nature, and how easily we can allow nature to re-enter our daily lives in a variety of wholistic ways.
Life can take on a whole new direction when we exchange our expectations for our appreciations. In this episode we explore together with Andrew how everything in life is an exchange, which means that even when we give, we also receive at the same time. Living is giving.
Andrew Eltes [IG: @feeling_good333] is a life coach, a true believer in self-empowerment and author of the Appreciation and Meaning Journal.
Do you feel like your own free being in this life or are you feeling dependent on life's many circumstances? In this episode we explore what it means to be truly sovereign, truly free in your life, how certain beliefs can make us feel 'imprisoned' and what we all can do to re-gain our innate sovereignty for life.
Can the most challenging, chaotic times in our lives be the most impactful catalysts for internal growth? In this episode we explore together with Kosta how crucial it is to bring it down to the fundamentals in life, what it means to move through fear-based states of 'contraction' and the power behind asking 'So what?'.
Kosta Stoyanoff is a transformational and executive coach as well as founder of Uplifted Life [IG: @upliftedlife].
We are so accustomed to think and use our mind that we often forget to feel. In this episode we explore what it means to feel, why the mind isn't the solution to our emotional issues and how our unresolved trauma just needs to be felt, so we can finally live the life we always envisioned.
What if we allowed ourselves to trust unconditionally? In this episode we explore the benevolence that rises to the surface of our reality when we consciously choose to trust ourselves and the world unconditionally.
Where are we guided to go when we simply follow the flow of things? In this episode we explore the beauty of approaching everything from a place of trust, a trust in the universal guidance of flow itself by intentionally not having an agenda, nor a particular topic to discuss.
Embracing wholeness requires not just trust, but also courage. In this episode we explore together with Raman what incredible opportunities arise when we take the courage to be guided by our own intuition and follow wholeness as a way of life.
Raman Hari [IG: @ramanhari3] is an intuitive coach and lover of self-improvement.
Too often do we feel like we need to save others or be saved without understanding the underlying driver of it all. In this episode we explore the Messiah Complex - also known as the Savior Complex - from a variety of angles in the context of our current global situation as well as historically.
Being whole applies to all aspects of life, especially when it comes to our sexuality. In this episode we explore together with Jill how embodying wholeness can translate into openly embracing our sexuality as well as our sexual desires.
Jill Schimmelpfennig is a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner, acupuncturist and founder of Evolve Health LLC [IG: @evolve_health_llc].
The spiritual path isn’t for everyone and there is certainly no point in forcing yourself into it. In this episode we explore the beautiful freedom that wholeness provides for us all without the need to attach ourselves to a particular path or way of living. After all, wholeness is found everywhere.
How do we know when we are conscious and what is the state of awareness exactly? In this episode we explore the various depths of consciousness, the nuances of being fully aware and what it feels like to be truly present in the moment.
What does it mean to be whole when this 'state' can be so elusive for many? In this episode we explore together with Cynthia what it means to be truly whole rather than just aim to live in the state of wholeness.
Cynthia Lecompte is the founder of Reroot - Evolving Truth [IG: @reroot_evolvingtruth], podcaster, life coach and health-and-wellness consultant.
We all do it from time to time, some of us consciously and others subconsciously. We resist. In this episode we explore the various aspects of life we all tend to resist and why, and we dive into the amazingness that non-resistance can offer us in living out our fullest potential, truly embodying our wholeness.
Whether we enter a new year, a new relationship or a new chapter in our lives, transitions are a constant of life. In this episode we explore the many transitions we all move through on a continuous basis and discuss the importance of allowing the past to be the past, so we can embrace the wholeness of the present.
For many of us, life can become an endless quest of fixing ourselves and putting together that, which seems broken, but what if life is simply about being? In this episode we explore exactly this all-too-common notion to continuously wanting to fix our apparently broken bodies, minds and lives. From there we venture further and discuss how simply being is at the center of life itself.
It is all around us at all times, yet sometimes we struggle to see the simplicity in things, due to our tendency towards complexity. In this episode we explore the simplicity of life, health and wellbeing, and what incredible beauty we may find in our lives when we stick to keeping things simple.