Patrick Sonqo is a spiritual teacher, mentor, coach, guide. It is hard to find the right word! He and his partner Cecie Sonqo create embodied enlightenment in the individuals they work with. The integrate sound, shamanism and wisdom to create unique journeys and experiences with their clients to help them raise their consciousness, and connect with their spirit. In this episode we discuss: How Patrick transitioned from corporate to spiritual workRecognizing the power in our human form and experienceHow our inner connection can change our outer experienceSpiral dynamics and the importance of our readiness to changeWhat surrender looks likeThe shift from Homo Sapiens to Homo LuminousThe energy dynamics with soundAnd of course so much more. To learn more about Patrick and Cecie Sonqo, and their work, you can find them at www.sonqosworlds.netP.s. the book he mentioned is called The Celestine Prophecy: https://www.amazon.com/Celestine-Prophecy-Adventure-James-Redfield/dp/0446671002 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kate is asking the question - What if we approach life like we're in a soul school?This question was inspired by a book she read as a teenager called, If Life Is A Game, These Are The Rules by Dr. Cherie Carter-ScottKate is outlining the 10 Rules for Being Human that Dr Cherie Carter-Scott covers in this book, and encourages you to consider how believing in these rules could impact your life positively. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There are different types of tired, and a good nights sleep or a vacation isn't the solution to all of them. Maybe your sensory systems are overloaded, or maybe you need more social connection. Dr Saundra Dalton-Smith introduces her incredibly powerful model around the 7-types of rest, and how we can address deficits in them. Included in our discussion: What being functionally burnout looks and feels likeDifference between rest and self-careHow it is important to consider what type of tired you really areHow we can apply the 7 different types of restHow a rest strategy can help us restoreDr Dalton-Smith mentions the book, the Dream Giver as a personal favorite. Her book, that outlines the 7-types of rest is called - Sacred Rest. Here is a link to her TED Talk and article mentioned in the episode: https://ideas.ted.com/the-7-types-of-rest-that-every-person-needs/You can find Dr Dalton-Smith at her websites: https://ichoosemybestlife.com or http://drdaltonsmith.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We all need a reminder and a pep-talk sometimes. As much as many of us know that "self care isn't selfish" it can still feel hard, and possibly even indulgent, turning towards the things that nourish us. This is your friendly, short pep-talk explaining why self-care isn't selfish. Using the bucket model of stress and well-being, Kate talks about the importance of energy restoration, and the things we can do to "fill ourselves back up" and ensure we don't become drained and exhausted. To head to the website: www.heretothrive.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jennie Lee is a Yoga Therapist and trusted Spiritual Coach. She is also the award-winning author of three books on self-development, spirituality and yoga philosophy, included her latest title - Spark Change: 108 Provocative Questions for Spiritual Evolution. You can learn more about Jennie via her website at: https://jennieleeyogatherapy.comAnd grab and excerpt from Spark Change and the associated goodies at: www.jennieleeyogatherapy.com/spark-changeThis episode we dive into the power of having a soul connection with ourselves, and more importantly, how we can foster that. Among other things we discuss: What Yoga Therapy is vs. Exercise YogaWhat self inquiry offers usHow we can self-reflection and introspect in order to connect with ourselvesThe 3-essential elements of spiritual connectionHow mediation can help with minimizing self-doubtAnd so much more. To learn more about the Here to Thrive podcast and sign up for the once a month mailing list: www.heretothrive.comAlso, join Kate on Clubhouse for live conversations! @Kate.Snowise and look for the "Here to Thrive" club. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode we're talking about the powerful practice of self-reflection. Self-reflection creates a crucial relationship with yourself, and allows you to make decisions that align with your deepest needs and wants. Self-reflective practices are an essential precursor to living an authentic life. We must know ourselves to know what is right for us. This episode is centered around the 3 elements you need to foster to self-reflect. We touch on things such as:Building self-trustIntuition and our internal guidance systemCreating quiet contemplative spaceAsking big questionsAnd the power in building a relationship with yourself Kate references the Franklin Covey Personal Mission Statement Builder tool. You can find that here: https://msb.franklincovey.comOther resources can be found on the Here to Thrive website: www.heretothrive.com/shop See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Johnny Dzuback is the co-host of the Art of Charm podcast, and a podcasting legend. He has been developing his own wisdom on all things self-development, personal growth and connection for a couple of decades. Originally in the music industry, Johnny is now a personal development expert who teaches men the "art of charm" and interpersonal connection. This episode covers a lot, including: How the Art of Charm podcast is still around after all these yearsHow he got to his personal development path and discovered his passion for human connectionThe importance of self-connection when connecting with othersWhy losing yourself is a good thingHow confidence comes from knowing who you areHow you don't need to be confident to be authentic3 Levels of Vulnerability and appropriate disclosureThe power in self-expressionThe soul, fulfillment and more. To find Johnny & AJ and their work, head to www.theartofcharm.com. You can also follow them on all the social media channels. Simply search Art of Charm. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kate is diving into practical tips to help you overcome your shyness and social anxiety. These are the same tips that help you foster genuine connection with others. This discussion includes:*note: this episode does include explicit language. Kate opening up about her natural tendency towards shynessHow she overrides her default tendency stretches her courage muscleHow she has managed to make new friends since moving to the USAPractical tips to help you focus on when you need to psych yourself up in nerve-wracking social situationsHow to open a conversation with someone The importance of genuine back-and-forth and listening in conversationsThe reciprocity principleSome other communication tips, tricks and hacks. This podcast will leave you with some practical ideas to focus your energy in on the next time you want to make a positive impression. To find the full text transcript, head to www.heretothrive.com/podcast146 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I'm speaking with certified Financial Coach, Keina Newell. She makes money approachable, empowering, and I'd go as far to say, enjoyable! Keina is the owner of Wealth Over Now, where her mission is to empower and educate professional women on the value of wealth over the present gratification of now. Through financial coaching she transforms her clients relationships with their money. To learn more about Keina you can head to: www.wealthovernow.comWe cover so much in this episode including:The difference between a budget and a spending plan, and why that is importantWhy your money mindset mattersHow you can change your relationship with money from dread to one of empowerment, even if you aren't swimming in the stuffAnd all the other things. Keina has a podcast series called Money Files. She also leads a group coaching call for her audience called Mimosas & Money Matters. To find that, head here: www.wealthovernow.as.me/mimosasandmoneymatters. To find Keina on instagram check: https://instagram.com/wealthovernowTo go online with the Here to Thrive Podcast, head to - www.heretothrive.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For Season 4 (2021) Here to Thrive is going to be focused around monthly themes, and we're starting with Adulting. This episode is based on self-responsibility, avoiding procrastination, and taking actions to deal with the things that need to be dealt with. Specifically Kate covers: A definition of AdultingHow she overcomes her own natural tendency to put off and procrastinateHow denial keeps us stuck in inactionHow action and facing our fears is the key to momentumHow one simple question can help us live with greater easeAnd so much more. Kate also mentions the new Here to Thrive website. You can see that here at www.heretothrive.com. You can also join the monthly Here to Thrive newsletter here. For the full text transcription, please visit: www.heretothrive.com/podcast144 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.