Here to Thrive: Tips for a Happier Life | Self Help | Spirituality | Personal Development
About This Show
Hosted by Psychologist turned Life Coach, Kate Snowise, Here to Thrive is a practical show about creating and living a fulfilling life. It mixes Positive Psychology with Wisdom + Modern Spiritual Thought, always with a focus on sharing information that will help you create a personally meaningful and fulfilling life. If you're into self-help and enjoy the likes of Gabby Bernstein, Brene Brown & Elizabeth Gilbert you'll likely have some fun here too.The show is practical in that it will include plenty of tips and tricks that you can apply to your own life to feel more happy in your heart. It focuses on achieving balance, finding peace, and discovering our personal power. It is a show is for those of us who are not content with living a shallow life but rather are ready to focus on our personal and soul growth and development. Disclaimer:All podcasts and interviewed guests reflect opinions only. By accessing this information, you waive and release Kate Snowise & Thrive.How, LLC to the full extent permitted by law from any and all claims relating to the usage of the material made available through this podcast. Read more »
Most Recent Episode
#102. Christine Gutierrez: Privilege, Trauma & Spiritual Bypassing
2 days ago
Wow. Christine Gutierrez was the awesome, honest, upfront and intelligent guest I had only dreamed of being able to ask some hard questions of. Questions that included the "hard" stuff that a lot of people are scared to bring up.But I believe in the power of conversation, and in staying open and curious.Christine is a Licensed Therapist & Spiritual Healer. She has, for many years, been leading women on retreats and in her practice, find there way back to themselves and overcome the trauma and violation that holds them back.She is also a strong voice when it comes to diversity, inclusion & privilege, and one who strongly believes in standing up for and elevating the voices of those who perhaps don't have the same privilege to be heard.If you're looking for a REAL and POWERFUL conversation talking about all the things...don't go any further. This episodes includes:Understanading Spiritual BypassingThe strange Self-Help Elitism that is occurringIntergenerational Trauma; What it is and how it shows upPrivilege, and how it shows up in many different waysHow we can be curious about all the types of privilege we haveAnd what can you do that with privilege we do haveThe importance of lowering our defenses and embracing curiosityDangers of commercialism in generating popularityHow we can be aware of MarginalizationHow we need to have spaces for people to explore their pure and raw rageUnderstanding that we are all learning, and the journey is far from flawlessHow have we have all, at some time, partaken in that which has caused negative impactThe divide that has been highlighted by recent political climateHow important it is to recognize that we all have something to learn from one anotherWhere being hurt and triggered is often coming fromHow the amount we judge one another is hurting us. Judgement keeps us separate from another human. Christine mentions a new initiative of hers that will be live soon called, www.elevatevoices.com.To find more about Christine and the work she does, head to www.christineg.tv or you can find her on Instagram @ChristineG.www.thrive.how to learn more about the host, Kate Snowise.Read more »
Rated 5 out of
Very Enjoyable and Worthwhile Podcast
Thanks for the honest and practical information, some great ideas and advice about keeping boundaries. Both Kate (the host) and Jenn (the guest) were very open and came across as very approachable throughout this podcast episode. I particularly liked the practical ideas to put into use when feeling like your boundaries are being crossed.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 5 out of
You'll definately THRIVE with what you'll learn!
The information is critical to reminding us how important self care and actually living are! The episode on Boundaries is a MUST listen.
Date published: 2016-08-03