Religion

Letting Go as a CEO

Major girl boss Sophia Rossi talks about work, life transitions, and how to integrate spirituality across it all. A former producer of the hit TV show The Hills and cofounder of HelloGiggles alongside Zooey Deschanel and Molly McAlleer, Sophia is no stranger to kicking butt at anything she does. We talk about the power of positivity and an online community, and ultimately how to go through challenging times to honor your experience on the other side.

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How to Be Your Own Guru

This week, we bring together a diverse panel of change-makers who discuss how they’ve worked through questioning some of the systems and beliefs they’ve learned over time, and what it really means to be a continuous seeker of truth as your own guru. Join us in a discussion about how to take a critical look at some of the philosophies and expectations we sometimes take for granted, and how to ultimately make your own decisions, form your own belief systems instead, and BE YOUR OWN GURU.

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Don’t Worry You’re Happy

Thom is a pre-eminent master and we take advantage of having him on the podcast by getting into all of the big questions about life and happiness. We discuss how we all have a cosmic field of creative intelligence inside of us, how we can understand our individuality in the context of our connection with the greater universe, the evolution of our own cognition, and more. You won’t want to miss his amazing philosophy lecture – plus, stick around for an extra special personal practice in which Thom leaves us with a brief and beautiful Sanskrit song.

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Blurring the Religious Borders

Rabbi Wolpe has been named the most influential rabbi in America by Newsweek, and one of the 50 most influential Jews in the world by the Jerusalem Post. In this episode, we dive into both finding and losing faith, the difference between religion and spirituality, and the common thread that runs between beliefs around the world. Rabbi Wolpe humbly shares insights and perspectives that stem from both his experience supporting others through death and hardship to his very personal battle with cancer.

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DENtalks Live: Marianne Williamson

In this one of a kind conversation, Marianne Williamson sits with Tal to share wisdom on everything from pushing past our egos, to our handling relationships with others, and ultimately how to listen to your higher call from God. We dive into today’s current events and political divide, as Marianne gives us a sneak peek at her bid for office to come. Stay tuned for a 20 min deep meditation guided by the legend herself – you won’t want to miss it.

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Riding the Cosmic Waves

Today we are joined by Gahl Sasson, teacher of Astrology, Mythology, Mysticism, Kabbalah, and so much more. W Magazine even named him the best astrologer in Los Angeles! We discuss Past Lives and how learning a language is Gahl’s recommendation for helping you tap into your past lives. We dive into some juicy topics about astrology, like exploring the charts of certain countries and why some have proclivity towards war more than others, how astrology was used in WW2, and what we have to look our for in 2019.

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Leading with Love

Activist and founder of Black Lives Matter Greater New York, Hawk Newsome, is with us on DENtalks. He’s been called the next Martin Luther King Jr. as he is determined to lead the Black Lives Matter movement with love. Hawk has dedicated his adult life to the betterment of his community and our nation as a whole by bringing justice to an unjust system. He’s a Christian and he leans neither right nor left, instead he chooses to follow his heart and leads with love, compassion and kindness.

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To Monk or Not To Monk

Former buddhist monk, Scott Tusa, joins us on DENtalks Podcast for a very candid conversation about the dynamics of becoming a monk at age 28 and his decision to hang up his robes. His modern take on the ancient religion is refreshing and relatable as he discusses what drew him to Buddhism, the principles of Buddha Nature and the practicality of Dukkah. Scott’s story is incredibly inspiring and you will leave this episode with a new understanding and appreciation of Buddhism.

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Self Identity is KEY

CEO/Founder and all around wonderful human, Caitlin Crosby, joins DENTalks to share her remarkable story of starting her own business, the Giving Keys. Prepare to be inspired by this humbling conversation about religion vs spirituality, virginity, and the serendipitous moments and signs that have guided Caitlin towards the right path.

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Diamond in the Rough

Sober coach and DEN Breathwork guide, Jon Paul Crimi, joins DENtalks for a conversation that is far from your average “spiritual talk.” Jon shares his personal trip to rock bottom, and how a near-death experience at the age of 19 changed the course of his life. From rock bands to breathwork, his rough and raw journey will inspire you to embrace your faults for change. if you’ve ever felt like you might not belong, think again.

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