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Carmen Greentree is a mother, ex-professional surfer, healer and most recently author of her book of memoirs, A Dangerous Pursuit of Happiness. Carmen, has been in pursuit of her highest truth and purpose all her life. From a depressed and anxious young girl, she became a world-class pro surfer, travelling the world and riding the ecstatic waves of fame and fortune. An underlying story of self-development which started in her teens buoyed her along, always pointing towards being her saviour. Carmen took a deep dive into spirituality at 21 and headed to India to study with the Dalai Lama. Her quest for enlightenment was brutally derailed when she was abducted, had her passport and money stolen, and was raped, extorted, abused and kept a prisoner on a houseboat in Kashmir for two long months. 

Her journey back to healing and wholeness allowed her to find herself and forgive herself with a depth so profound, it set the scene for the rest of her life. Since then, Carmen has been on a journey of unconditional love, creating a space of support and compassion for all who cross her path.

On a personal note, my path has crossed Carmen’s at a profoundly painful and uncertain time in my life. After connecting with Carmen, learning about her journey so far and sensing the sincerity in her desire to help others, I can’t help thinking that this podcast is no coincidence.

In this week's episode, Carmen is with me to share her journey, experiences, challenges and hopes for the future.

Checkout Carmen's new book:
A Dangerous Pursuit of Happiness

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