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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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 5


Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist, and Functional Medicine practitioner, Dr. Ryan Monahan discusses the ways in which Eastern medicine takes a different approach to Western medicine by looking at how eastern and functional medicine practices don’t “treat” diseases but “treat” the person and how there isn’t a focus on fixing symptoms but getting to the root cause. He explains the connection between us and nature and how stress (real or perceived) affects the body. Dr. Monahan touches on the chaos of our current world, but says that within chaos exists all possibilities.

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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 2


Dr. Stephanie, a Critical Care Pulmonologist who works in Portland, Oregon, shares with us what her and her team have been experiencing over the last few months from when they first started to hear about the virus back in December 2019, to the care they are providing today. This is an episode filled with HOPE and POSITIVITY, as she believes that this crisis is making us all realize the importance of community. This is a very special look into the inner workings of today’s hospitals and how our healthcare system is fighting COVID-19.

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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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