Life Transition

COVID-19 Series: Part 7

For our last episode of our COVID-19: Perspective Series, Nurse Akal joins us. Akal is a seasoned yoga practitioner, kundalini instructor and mother of two. As we speak, Akal is working as a nurse on the front lines helping Covid-19 patients during their time of need, and like many healthcare professionals, this pandemic has given her a renewed sense of purpose. This shift from doubt to certainty has confirmed that she is exactly where she is supposed to be: in the role of what she now calls “service leadership.” Join us to hear more of this modern-day hero’s story.

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COVID-19 Series: Part 6

We feel so fortunate to have Founder of Lunch On Me, LaRayia Gaston, back on DENtalks Podcast for our COVID-19 Perspective Series. LaRayia sees a bigger issue at play here – how as humans this kind of separation is not what we’re accustomed to, how taxing this isolation is on people’s mental health, how many non-profits aren’t working right now, and the overall sadness she feels and sees throughout Skid Row. But LaRayia also has a way of bringing positivity to these hard times. She stresses the importance of letting go of some of the heaviness and how we need laughter and joy more than ever right now. She is a true ray of light!

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COVID-19 Series: Part 4

Best-selling author and psychic Laura Day talks about how to use your intuition and discipline during this tough time. Laura tells us why this is actually the best time to be breaking old unconscious habits and make determined change. We talk about how setting intentions and preparing for the future from the Now will help you find purpose and your real goals will become apparent. If you’re looking for ways to grow and adapt throughout this crisis, Laura will help you find the tools to do so.

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COVID-19 Series: Part 3

Because we are living in a time where there is a collective energy of anxiety, anger and pain, Chandresh talks to us about how it’s now more important than ever to give a conscious outlet to our feelings and expression. We talk about how having reverence for both the dark and light energy can help you reframe this experience to cultivate gratitude and trust. Chandresh explains how creating this trust will help you to understand your existence beyond the body, and beyond the emotions and thoughts that are running in you so you can realize your own strength.

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COVID-19 Series: Part 1

As a leader in the community, Rabbi Wolpe shares with us the ways that he has been continuing to spread joy during this time. He talks about the importance of learning how to smile at ourselves when we’re alone, keeping traditions alive, being flexible with change, and finding the resources within OURSELVES to make us happy, calm, and content. Rabbi Wolpe also shares the 3 lessons he believes we are supposed to be learning from this pandemic. There are so many positive takeaways from this episode that we can all turn towards during this time!

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Embracing Uncertainty

When Mike Bender first started “Awkward Family Photos” in 2009 he was still working as a writer in Hollywood, but the immediate response to the website inspired him to go with the momentum. Mike talks about the transition to an unexpected career change and how it altered his perspective to embrace ‘nothingness’ and rewire our brains with our thoughts so they stop triggering the neural pathways that cause us harm.

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Spritual Guide for Surviving Quarantine

This week we are bringing you our go to Spiritual Guide for Surviving Quarantine with three of our favorite ladies – Mama Medicine aka Deborah Hanekamp, Feng Shui expert Meghan Wallace James, and Crystal Queen Colleen McCann. This episode is FILLED with practical tips and tricks that we can use right now to help us spiritually survive this COVID-19 quarantine.

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We All Need Some Meditation Right Now

After several years in a high-pressure position in the music industry, Megan Monahan went in search of a life with more balance – heading south to the coastal retreat of San Diego. Away from the urban sprawl, Megan was able to destress and immerse herself in her own healing at the Chopra Center of Wellbeing. Megan is the author of Don’t Hate, Meditate and we are so lucky to have her with us at The DEN for a light hearted conversation about meditation, forgiveness, and finding inner calm.

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Soulmates

For our DENtalks LIVE panel on SOULMATES, we were joined by Ryan Weiss – Life coach and Spiritual Counselor, Jill Willard – Intuitive, Medium, Meditation Leader and author, and Katherine Woodward Thomas – NY Times Bestselling Author, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, and Transformative Educator. This panel is filled with a multitude of lessons, but one shines through it all – If we can cultivate joy within ourselves and evolve into our own maturity, this is when our light shines and we thus attract the right soul mate who is meant for our soul growth.

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Miracles with Gateway Healing

Katie Kyleen Sabbaghian is a spiritual psychologist and a soul healer who shares her fascinating story of self healing and recovery after receiving an alarming medical diagnosis. She describes how she sought solutions outside of herself, from traditional medicine to alternative healing modalities, to no avail. It was only in a moment of complete surrender that allowed her to invoke divine assistance. Kate struggled to understand this “spiritual intervention,” which led her to more formal study and ultimately a Master’s in Spiritual Psychology.

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