50 minutes | May 9, 2017

TCR107 | Maggie Kay: Running, Spirituality, and Diving for Pearls

“My whole being started to open up and see things in a new way” ~ Maggie Kay “There is no such thing as a bad meditation. Every experience you have is fantastic.” ~ Maggie Kay Summary Hey Conscious Runners! Yes, its that time again. I’ve got another episode of the podcast for you. I’ve got Maggie Kay from Maggie Kay wisdom on the line with me. Maggie is an inspirational coach and founder of Thrivecraft–a life coaching practice that opens up the dimension of spirituality to everybody. Having graduated with a BA in Psychology in her native Glasgow, Scotland, Maggie spent her twenties in a semi-monastic community in London, training intensively to become ordained into the Western Buddhist Order. After nine years as an Order Member  –  leading communities and business teams as well as teaching meditation, giving talks and guiding retreats – Maggie moved to a rural county in the south west of England. Once there, she no longer considered herself to be ‘just’ a Buddhist, she resigned her ordination in order to fully embrace a more universal spirituality. Her latest book Diving for Pearls chronicles the story of her spiritual journey to trusting her own inner wisdom, loving and accepting herself and finding a soul mate that could meet her on all levels. Her book and this episode jammed-packed with nuggets of wisdom we can apply to our lives to run more consciously. What We Talk about The inspiration for her book Diving for Pearls Journeying the spiritual path How to tap into and trust your inner wisdom Running as a moving meditation Meditation as the gateway to peace Not settling in relationships; even the one you are in with yourself Quotes By Maggie “My whole being started to open up and see things in a new way” ~ Maggie Kay “There is no such thing as a bad meditation. Every experience you have is fantastic.” ~ Maggie Kay Links From the Show Diving for Pearls (Maggie’s Book) Maggie Kay Wisdom (Maggie’s Site) 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (Steven Covey) Seek First to Understand, Then Be Understood (Steven Covey) Your Next Steps Head over to iTunes and give the show a review See if The Conscious Runner Programs might be right for you With care, Lisah
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