Identity & Self-Acceptance

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.

Read More

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.

Read More

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.”

Read More

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.

Read More

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.

Read More

From the White House to sweetgreen

Kirby worked with First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House and is now Head of Social Impact at sweetgreen. We talk about the unpredictable path that led her to these positions, the meaning of social impact and its ever growing presence in the business world, and things you might look for when choosing your next job or career step. Kirby also discusses what it was like to work for the First Lady, mindful eating, and rounds out our talk with a reminder of how important gratitude and positivity are in shaping our day-to-day lives… and just how meaningful a simple selfie can be.

Read More

Your New Favorite Detox: Lymphatic Massage

Certified lymphedema therapist Lisa Gainsley from The Lymphatic Message gives us a deep dive into everything you ever wanted to know about your lymphatic system, including a super special personal practice on how to give yourself your very own lymphatic massage. She explains everything about the “sewer system” responsible for draining toxins and integral to a healthy immune system in super simple terms, and shares tips and tricks on keeping it at peak performance. We also delve into how her mom’s battle with cancer ultimately influenced her path as a holistic healer.

Read More

DENtalks Live: Nick Viall

We got up close and personal with Nick about his struggles with anxiety, ego, relationships, his childhood, essential oils and so much more. If you think you know Nick, think again – this episode sheds light on a side of Nick not often seen by #BachelorNation. He shares his secrets to finding pause through use of essential oils and that the things he likes most about himself have come through failures. He’s raw, honest, and we had SO much fun at this live event with him! Nick even shares with us a quote he lives by at the end of the episode for his personal practice.

Read More

Dreams Decoded

After a mysterious illness left her bedridden for over 18 months, Connie Kaplan started to notice patterns within her dreams, and has since integrated her personal experiences with her backgrounds in both psychology and ministry to write multiple books and lead dream circles relating to the powerful ways in which our dreams connect us to greater consciousness, the source, and soul. We have no doubt the connections Connie has found between her dreams, the lunar cycle, and even her own feminine cycle just might inspire you to start tracking your own.

Read More

Meeting Pain with Love

We are incredibly honored to welcome the widely-adored Sharon Salzberg to DENtalks! Sharon is a world-renowned Buddhist meditation teacher, New York Times bestselling author, and one of the key influential people credited with bringing meditation to the West. We talk about what it means to accept change, compassionately making space for pain, developing self-respect, and later break down the various approaches to ultimately achieving our goals.

Read More