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The Divine, Wine and Shine Show
46 minutes | May 31, 2017
Using the analogy of a tree, we discuss how growth is constantly expanding in every direction. What is above is as below. If we are not willing to stretch our minds and expand with our environments; whether that be to accept change or unexpected challenges, our ability to weather the storms that our lives throw at us will be compromised and we could easily break. Join us as we look to nature and what lessons lay within the limbs of the tree's that surround us. What can be learned from how they expand effortlessly from root to shoot with ease yet remain flexible enough to bend when the winds of change blow.
44 minutes | May 3, 2017
Death: Inhaling Life During Uncertainty
Our lives are constantly guided by what we believe about death. In this episode we probe this uncomfortable topic in an effort to see how it’s possible to turn up our connection to live-force energy while we still have breath.
50 minutes | Apr 19, 2017
Significant Bodies: from inside your skin to outer space Do you ever feel your life is small and insignificant? During these times how can you tune into what your body knows and what the stars want to remind you every time you look up? This episode shares some celestial wisdom that may be available in the most ordinary places on earth, even as you wait at a stoplight.
42 minutes | Apr 19, 2017
Getting clear about the things that weigh us down. When things start to pile up, it may be time to clean the closets. This episode looks at how to begin clearing in tangible ways that can shed light on emotionally challenging areas we need to deal with.
50 minutes | Apr 5, 2017
Complaining needs explaining We all complain about something, sometimes many times a day. What does our complaining show us about what we may desire? Can we take our whining and turn it into winning?
50 minutes | Mar 22, 2017
The Hairy Show
In this episode we bring up some hair raising topics that are sure to engage your laugh muscles. Through the decades we have changed what is deemed to be sexy from overgrown rats' nests to bald is beautiful...and what about that man bun?
44 minutes | Mar 8, 2017
Relation-sips, Pairing Food, Wine and Love
In this episode we invite a local wine expert, Rose Siemens, from Liberty Wine Merchants in Langley, BC to join us. While we learn about food/wine pairings, we discuss other pairings in our lives – our relationships. What could happen when you understand how different flavors and textures can shift your entire experience, for your next sip and in your relationships? The Sparkling Wine is soft & fruity, bright & innocent like a child with his or her eyes & senses wide open; the embodiment of excitement and opportunity. It tastes like ripe apples & pears and will go well with brie & anything salty... even plain potato chips. The White Wine is fresh, zesty, dry but rich in the mouth. It is optimistic yet elegant, like a young mother just home from work, pushing her toddler on the swings before dinner. Tastes like passionfruit & pomello. It will go well with apples, ham and aged white cheddar. The Red Wine is juicy & sexy, like a confident woman in a red silk chemise with just a bit of lace. Barefoot. Probably sitting on the porch in the morning sunshine with messed up hair and a cup of coffee. Knows who she is & is comfortable in her skin. It tastes like red & black berries, violets & rose petals. It would go well with smoky sausage, campari tomatoes, and black olives. The Port is sultry. Deep, thoughtful, rich and smoldering. Serious. Somewhat masculine despite the sweetness. Probably a cigar smoker & cuff link wearer at heart. Sophisticated. Tastes like caramel, toasted hazelnuts, walnuts & vanilla. Goes well with stilton, raw almonds and dark bittersweet chocolate.
41 minutes | Feb 25, 2017
Because or Just Because
Celebrating because … or just because Holidays and special occasions on a calendar cause a lot of pressure to produce tangible symbols of love and connection. In this episode we discuss how those external prompts to celebrate can help and hinder us. We get curious about how to shift from celebrating only because it’s a ‘special’ day to expressing how special someone is on any given day.
51 minutes | Feb 15, 2017
Trip or Travel
Get-aways or getting connected Do you think of trips as a way to escape your reality or a way to re-connect yourself to the larger world? In this episode we talk about how travelling can offer new perspectives and inspiration and how you may not need to board a plane to do that.
39 minutes | Feb 7, 2017
The Queens Code
In this episode we discuss Alison Armstrong’s book, The Queen’s Code. Today’s strong, independent woman rightly balks at anything that suggests we play the role of the damsel in distress for a white knight. Even by the end of the show, the three of us didn’t agree on which path leads to the heart of how empowered feminine and masculine beings get the most out of their relationships but we had fun trying.
37 minutes | Jan 17, 2017
The Blame Game
The Blame Game Pinning the fault on others is a game we often play in life. What do we get to be right about when we can point the blame away from us? But are we trading short-term relief for end of life regret? Join us as we take a look at what our pointer fingers are truly showing us.
35 minutes | Jan 7, 2017
Fresh Starts Begin with Endings
As we kick off a new year, in this show we examine what happens right before we can truly get traction on any new beginnings. Just like in nature, there are natural cycles to our lives and becoming aware of where to let go and free up a hand for a new project, relationship or belief can make all the difference towards its success.
50 minutes | Dec 14, 2016
The Holidays are a time to enjoy, reflect and embrace family and good times. It is also one of the most stressful busiest times of the year. In this episode we explore how to simplify the holidays and what tools you can use to identify what matters to you most.
51 minutes | Dec 7, 2016
Soul Pace vs Rat Race, how do you know what tempo works for you? Often we are moving at such a fast pace in our lives that it's hard to slow down. Warning signs of fatigue or overall dissatisfaction are present, but it's hard to switch gears. In this episode we discuss how to discover the pace that you need in your life from moment to moment and how to identify when it's time for a change.
51 minutes | Nov 23, 2016
I'm Successful Because....
What is success for you? What marker do you use to measure success? In this episode we go from the broad spectrum of what success looks like in the world to individual everyday people.
50 minutes | Nov 2, 2016
Entrepreneurship, Don't Just Stand There!
Entrepreneurship can be the most challenging and most rewarding decision of your life. Share what we know to be true to inspire you to make the shift from what you have to do to what you want to do. An entrepreneur works 24/7 for themselves so they don’t have to work 9-5 for someone else. It also could mean that you may never work another day in your life. You’re either working on someone’s goals or your working on your own.
46 minutes | Oct 5, 2016
The Third Act: Getting Better with Age
Inspired by Jane Fonda’s concept on the joy of aging, we discuss that life doesn’t peek at fifty, we’re just getting started.
45 minutes | Sep 14, 2016
Is Gen Z asleep or awake
What are the views of this upcoming generation compared to those that came before? We invited nineteen year old Chelsea Ruppel to be a part of our conversation about topics of life, health and generational expectations. ‘
47 minutes | Aug 30, 2016
Finding Ease with Dis-ease
How do you show up for others when a heath crisis strikes? Whether this is your spouse, best friend, co-worker or even yourself, how do you support someone during their biggest time of need while staying grounded watching someone you love suffer. Everyone at some time in their life will encounter this situation. In this episode we discuss what is the RIGHT thing to say, how do you help others cope with their crisis and why staying connected to yourself during this hard time is so important.
36 minutes | Aug 16, 2016
The traditional family is undoubtedly shifting and yet the relationship between parents and children is still a source of ongoing challenges. Shefali Tsabary’s book, “The Awakened Family” is the platform for our discussion in this episode. She holds the frame for some innovative perspectives on how consciously learning from children can transform how we navigate the invisible blueprint set out for us by our parents. What might happen if our rediscovered ‘childlike’ self is free to release the ego that often drives our parenting and life decisions?
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