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The Passages We Make: Achievement Expert Julie Flanders on Change, Confidence and Reimagening Our Dreams

Julie Flanders teaches us how to recognise ourselves in new ways, helping us navigate the rocky passages of change, our personal unknowns, and find the well of creativity within ourselves - all so we can achieve and reinvent our dreams. 


Meet This Episode's Guest

 

Julie Flanders

Julie Flanders is an expert in Creative Leadership, Self Expression, and Change. She provides creative business consulting, excellence training, whole-life coaching balanced lifestyle approaches and dream achievement.

She is also cofounder, songwriter, performer and producer for the influential band October Project.

Connect with Julie!

http://julieflanders.com/


 
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The Heart & Soul of Life, Yoga, and Transformation with Jen Kagan

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In this episode, Iyengar yoga instructor Jennifer Kagan talks with Susan about the universality of loss and heartbreak, why it’s something we don’t talk about, and how we can use it to harness our compassion, courage and generosity. 


Meet This Episode's Guest

 

Jennifer Kagan

Jennifer Kagan is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Therapist and Teacher. She grew up around yoga but only became interested when her work as a sign language interpreter caused repetitive injury. Her path led her to many different styles but gratefully guided her towards Iyengar yoga and her whole life changed.

Jennifer trained at the New York Institute of Iyengar yoga with Mary Dunn. Her teachers include Carrie Owerko, Laurie Blakeney, Mary Obendorfer, Eddy Marks, Devki Desai and Gulnaaz Dashti. And of course at the top of all these are the Iyengar Family in Pune, India where she studies every two years. 

Jennifer is currently at the Jr.2 level and a certified Iyengar Association of Yoga Therapist and serve on the Comité de Evaluacion in the National Association of Iyengar yoga (AMYI). She teaches classes in English, Spanish and American Sign Language.

Her passion is sharing the innumerable gifts of Iyengar yoga so that you can live a more healthful and vivacious life. 


Connect with Jen!

www.jenkagan.net

www.heartache-to-joy.com (July 2-7th 5 day retreat)

Facebook: Launch Joy

 
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Cultivating the Soul in Every Aspect of Life with Thomas Moore

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Susan talks with best-selling author, psychotherapist, former monk, and renaissance man Thomas Moore about the deepest work we can do - curating and cultivating the soul in our every day lives. Together they explore the sacredness of accepting who we are, and clarify the mysterious idea of the soul and our inner life.


Meet This Episode's Guest

 

Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore is the author of the number one New York Times bestseller Care of the Soul. He has written twenty-four other books about bringing soul to personal life and culture, deepening spirituality, humanizing medicine, finding meaningful work, imagining sexuality with soul and doing religion in a fresh way. In his youth he was a Catholic monk and studied music composition. He has a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Syracuse University and was a university professor for a number of years. He is also a psychotherapist influenced mainly by C. G. Jung and James Hillman. In his work he brings together spirituality, mythology, depth psychology and the arts, emphasizing the importance of images and imagination. He often travels and lectures, hoping to help create a more soulful society. His family members are also deeply involved in spiritual approaches to the arts: His wife, Hari Kirin, is an accomplished painter and teaches a course she has created on Yoga and Art; his daughter Ajeet is a musician and recording artist and spiritual teacher; his stepson Abraham is an architect focusing on design related to the social aspects of building. Thomas also writes fiction, arranges music and plays golf in New Hampshire, where he has lived for twenty years.

Find out more at http://thomasmooresoul.com/

 
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