Eudaemonia

Eudaemonia

Holistic well-being educator, Kim Forrester, interviews world-leading researchers, experts and ‘inspiring examples’ and takes a deep-dive into the virtues, characteristics and daily habits that can enhance our experience of life. Intelligent, intriguing and authentic, the Eudaemonia podcast offers an inspirational and thought-provoking view of what it means to ‘flourish’ in life.... Show More

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March 3, 2021 36 min

Laura Tremaine is a Los Angeles-based writer and podcaster. In her blog posts and on her podcast, 10 Things To Tell You, Laura introduces topics that help women connect more deeply with others. Laura has just released her first book Share Your Stuff. I'll Go First. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Laura to explore how we can live happier, healthier lives by embracing vulnerability, openness, and a willingness to share....

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Rachel Epstein is the director of the American Institute for Mental Imagery in New York City, where she conducts classes and provides individual coaching, and she is co-author of the new book, Reversing the Trauma of War.

In this short bonus episode, Rachel shares simple mental imagery practices that can help you direct your will to benefit yourself. For an in-depth conversation about the benefits of mental imagery for healing and w...

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Phyllis Kahaney and Rachel Epstein are both leaders in the field of mental imagery and visualisation therapy, and co-authors of the new book, Reversing the Trauma of War. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Phyllis and Rachel to discuss the healing power of mental imagery, and to explore how visualisation can set us free from the past and help us live a more present, more fulfilling life.  *This episode concludes with a fr...

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February 17, 2021 26 min

Giovanni Dienstmann is an international author, meditation teacher, and self-discipline coach. He is trained in a wide range of modalities, including mindfulness, Zen Buddhism, and Mantra Yoga, and he is the author of the best-selling book, Practical Meditation. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Giovanni explore the concept of self-discipline and discuss why an unwavering commitment to our authentic goals and values is vital, if w...

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February 10, 2021 36 min

Rabbi Simon Jacobson is considered one of the greatest scholars and most sought-after speakers in the Jewish world. He is the author of the best-seller, Toward a Meaningful Life, and Founding Dean of The Meaningful Life Center. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Rabbi Jacobson to explore the concept of a meaningful life, and to learn why nourishment of the soul is vital if we want a flourishing life and a thriving society...

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February 3, 2021 29 min

Alanna Fincke is an integrative health coach, resilience expert, and Senior VP and Director of Content at meQuilibrium. Alanna’s focus is on making the sciences of resilience and cognitive behavioural therapy accessible and understandable for everyone. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Alanna to explore the topic of energy and to discuss how we can each boost our natural vitality for a truly thriving life.

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January 27, 2021 29 min

John Kenny is an author, speaker and founder of Interpersonal Relationship Coaching. John has worked with thousands of clients for over a decade; firstly as a counsellor and, in more recent years, as a coach and hypnotherapist. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with John, about the importance of human connection, and learns how we can enhance our well-being through authentic connection with others, and with ourselves. 

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December 2, 2020 28 min

Michael Radparvar is the co-founder of Holstee, a lifestyle company helping conscious people to live a more meaningful life. Inspired by the science of mindfulness, positive psychology, and ancient philosophy, Michael and his brother, David have created a range of well-being enhancing tools and resources, including the newly-launched Reflection app. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Michael to learn why journaling and refle...

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November 25, 2020 33 min

Danny Greeves is a UK-based confidence coach and hypnotherapist who helps individuals build greater self-confidence. His recently published book is entitled Six Steps to Self-Confidence. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Danny to learn more about the power of self-belief and self-assurance, and to discuss how we can each build confidence and boost our well-being. 

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November 18, 2020 36 min

Robert Strock is a renowned teacher, psychotherapist, and humanitarian. He recently developed the Awareness That Heals program - an expression of the tools that Robert has developed over a lifetime of inspired self-exploration. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Robert to learn how self-awareness and a friendly mind can help us rise above our challenges, and flourish.

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November 11, 2020 36 min

Dr Lindo Bacon is a celebrated scientist, author, professor, speaker, and advocate for body liberation. Their latest book, released this month, is titled Radical Belonging: How to survive and thrive in an unjust world (while transforming it for the better). On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Lindo to discuss the vital importance of acceptance, acknowledgement and profound belonging. 

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November 4, 2020 31 min

Peta Sigley is Co-Founder and Chief Knowledge Officer at Springfox, previously known as The Resilience Institute in Australia, and she is the voice of the Resilience Real-Time podcast. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Peta to discuss how profound self-care can help us build resilience and live happier, more fulfilling lives. 

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October 28, 2020 30 min

Ryan Stanley is a life purpose, business and internal corporate coach, and author of Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful, which he describes as a first aid kit for the emotional bumps, scrapes, and bruises of life. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Ryan discuss the importance of patience, and why nurturing a sense of serenity is vital for personal growth and well-being. 

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October 21, 2020 32 min

Lauren Popish is the founder of The Wave Podcasting, which offers podcasting support and resources for womxn. Through her work at Wave, Lauren aims to empower womxn to rise above imposter syndrome and anxiety, and boldly share their voices. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Lauren to discuss why authentic self-expression is vital if we truly want to thrive. 

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September 2, 2020 31 min

Katherine May is a celebrated British author whose journalism and essays have appeared in a range of top tier publications. She is the author of several books, including her most recent title, Wintering: How I learned to flourish when life became frozen. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Katherine explore the importance of rest, retreat and repair, and discuss how our well-being is enhanced when we fully accept the fallow seasons ...

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August 26, 2020 34 min

Eve Turow-Paul is a globally recognized thought leader on youth food culture and the impact of the Digital Age. Her latest title, Hungry, explores the link between modern food culture and our inherent yearning for greater connection and meaning. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Eve about what it means to truly nourish ourselves and explores how we can better satisfy our hunger for physical, spiritual, and emotional well-be...

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August 19, 2020 29 min

Kim Carey is a spiritual mentor and host of the popular YouTube channel, Intuitiview where she explores current affairs and topical subjects through the lens of spirituality and positivity. In her videos, consultations and courses, Kim aims to demystify spiritual experience and inspire others to trust their own instinctive knowing. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Kim Carey to discuss how we can build happier lives and ...

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August 12, 2020 32 min

Blake Snow is an executive content advisor, writer, and recognized journalist who has published feature articles for top-tier US media, including CNN, NBC, and National Geographic. He’s also the author of Log Off: How to Stay Connected after Disconnecting. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Blake discuss why it’s vital for our well-being that we minimize our online activity and connect more mindfully with our real-world lives. 

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August 5, 2020 32 min

Charles Fowler is chairperson of the Human Values Foundation, and member of the Steering Group of UK Values Alliance, which is the driving force behind World Values Day, held in October each year. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Charles discuss why a flourishing life is more attainable when we recognise, reflect on, and practice our personal value system. 

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July 29, 2020 34 min

Muhammad Lila is a global correspondent and news anchor renowned for producing compelling stories for CBC, ABC News and CNN. In 2019, Muhammad founded Goodable, a multi-platform network devoted to good news. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Muhammad about the concept of applied humanity and discusses how we can become more compassionate, kind, and connected with the people of our planet. 

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