DENtalks, a podcast led by The DEN Meditation Founder Tal Rabinowitz, is an honest and intimate conversation with guests from all walks of life whom, by discovering their authentic selves, have unlocked their true life potential. All episodes include a 4-YOU section (Q&A with 4 helpful takeaways) as well as a PERSONAL PRACTICE (5-10 min meditation or activity) for you to reflect on. Their journeys are here to inspire you to realize your own incredible power.

When you can tap into who you are, life starts working for you. This is what The DEN Meditation is all about, and what you’ll find with DENtalks Podcast.

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How to Relate to the World, Yourself, and Others


Eden Tull is the founder of Mindful Living Revolution, the author of Relational Mindfulness, an activist, a sustainability educator, and was once a Buddhist monk for several years. This episode is all about connection, relationships, and the changes we can make to live a happier life. How do we show up in relationships? How are we disconnected from each other and ourselves? Are we separating our meditation practice with our real life? This conversation touches on all of this and more.

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Welcome to Your Microbiome


Co-founder and co-CEO of Seed, Ara Katz, joins DENtalks to break down everything you need to know about your microbiome – think gut health, bacteria, and probiotics – into an easy-to-understand, digestible format (pun intended!) Named one of the 50 Most Influential Women in America by Marie Claire, and part of the Silicon Alley Top 100 and 36 Rockstar Women in NYC Tech by Business Insider, Ara is on a mission to educate people about how the growing research around our microbiome can change human and planetary health alike.

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Finding the Akashic Records


Get ready to open your portal to the fifth dimension with International Akashic Records reader, Ashley Wood. Whether or not you’ve heard of Akashic Records, this episode has something for you! We do get a little “woo woo,” discussing everything from past lives to Pleiadians, and delve into how the records encompass your unique soul from the beginning of its existence up until now, and even into your future. Just like a hug for your soul, this conversation will remind you that we are all light beings, always interconnected, by one universal emotion: love.

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Making Her Own Headlines


This week, we sit down with three-time Emmy-winning journalist and former E! host Catt Sadler. Catt has spent more than twenty years on-air covering the entertainment industry, but when she left E! after finding out her male co-host was making double what she was, she quickly became a prominent voice in the Time’s Up movement. We discuss what went through her head when she made the big decision to leave, life after E! running her own business, and how she still considers herself a “work in progress.”

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A Biohackers Guide to Life


When not doing first hand research on innumerable bio-hacks, or teaching Kundalini yoga and meditation, Luke Storey interviews world-renowned guests and experts in their field on his podcast The Lifestylist. We get into it this episode, you may want a pen and paper at your side because Luke shares so many juicy takeaways about life, spirituality, and biohacking. We discuss ego, finance, spirituality, (and how they all tie together,) just how much being disconnected from nature is costing us, and the ongoing process of undoing everything we’ve been subconsciously programmed to do.

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Who Would You Be if You Were Powerful?


This week, we welcome the ever-radiant yoga and meditation teacher Tracee Stanley to sit down with Tal for an empowering conversation on finding your voice, creating your resolve, and following your dharma. Now a teacher for over 17 years, Tracee left her career as a successful Hollywood producer in order to take more responsibility for what she was putting out into the world. She shares the deep practices of yoga nidra—what she calls going to sleep in order to wake up —and using the yogic intention of sankalpa to change your thoughts, your habits, and ultimately, your life.

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Show Host

Tal Rabinowitz, DENtalks Podcast host

Tal Rabinowitz

Tal Rabinowitz is the Founder and CEO of The DEN Meditation. As a former entertainment industry executive, Tal knows a thing or two about the importance of maintaining perspective, finding clarity, and staying true to one’s heart when it comes to handling a chaotic life. After leaving her career in entertainment, she created The DEN in the hopes of giving people a comfortable, no-pressure environment where they can meditate and learn how to love and accept themselves for who they are.

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"Meeting Pain with Love"

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"Opening Up to Intimacy"

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