Category: Inner Work
Let's get real, we've all had some form of addiction in our life. Whether that's drugs, alcohol, sugar, relationships, sex or something else - it happens. But when we do the inner work, we can clear old patterns, sometimes ancestral ones too! On this episode, Ruby Fremon, a business coach talks about her personal healing from drug addiction.
I firmly believe everyone comes into your life to teach you something - either it's a blessing or a lesson, both are equally valid. On this episode, Inquisitve, a London based artist talks about the power of chasing your dreams. His outlook will definitely give you a different perspective on life.
Who said you couldn't follow your dreams? More like, why can't you? All of us are born with gifts and talents and when we don't use them, our light starts to dim. On this episode, DJ Harpz, BBC Asian Network Breakfast Host, talks about how she never gave up on her dreams and what she learnt along the way.
Often we're so fixated on "how could they do that to me" or "who do they think they are!" These patterns can hold us back from tapping into the light. On this episode, Humble The Poet, artist and author of Unlearn to Relearn talks about how we can all heal from within.
It's never too late to connect with your gifts and talents. You're never too old to be who you want to be and life live on your own terms. On this episode, Jaspreet Sanghera talks about how poetry saved her life and her tips in become more interconnected.
How do some people create more than others? The answer is inner belief and sheer determination. But also sleeping, eating and nourishing ourselves daily. On this episode, Krissica Harper, a youth empowerment coach talks about how we can trust our being and create more, by doing less.
Life lessons are disguises for inner growth. When you get comfortable, the universe will send you tests to help you get out of your own way and level all the way up. On this episode, Steve Owbridge, business owner talks about how getting into debt was the biggest life lesson and blessing, that kickstarted his road of self development and abundance healing.
When you define yourself through traditional source of success, you will feel dissatisfied. It's a robotic way of living which isn't natural! On this episode, Julianne Ponan, founder of Creative Nature, talks about how we can trust our creativity and something bigger than ourselves.
We can all understand the importance of self-love. But before we dive deeper into that, sometimes the outer world can make us feel unworthy and not deserving of loving ourselves. On this episode, Harnaam Kaur, a Body Activist talks about the power of loving yourself regardless of how others see your outer reflection.
Q: "How do you believe in yourself when you cannot see the end vision?" We can all feel like this when we hit a standstill - but that's when the divine is up to something bigger. On this episode, Harpz Kaur, BBC Breakfast Host of BBC Asian Network talks about how she never gave up on her vision, despite failures along the way.