The relationship between an individual and their soul is a continual evolution of expansion and authenticity, but what happens when the labels that we are given don’t match how we feel inside? On this episode, Catherine Caputo, shares her personal struggles and triumphs in finding her true identity and mission within the LGBTQ+ community.
By definition, self-esteem is the impression we have of ourselves. However, it is often the dynamics of our most meaningful relationships that reveal a limiting or enhancing sense of self-worth. On this episode, Meredith Porretta, reflects on the insights that have transformed the way she sees and communicates with herself and others.
Emotional healing doesn’t have to be an arduous and lonesome process. In fact, with the right support system, we can transform our relational wounds into reconciliation. On this episode, bestselling author, Lundy Bancroft, shares insights from over 25 years of experience in the fields of abuse, trauma, and emotional recovery. Discussing the content from his latest book, The Joyous Recovery and his newly formed healing community, Th...
It has been said that we are a product of our environment, but what if our surroundings don’t cultivate the person we wish to become or the communities we aspire to create? On this episode, Sachem Hawkstorm, a hereditary leader of the Schaghticoke First Nations, shares his personal quest in eradicating the intergenerational trauma of his own family and of indigenous communities.
Autism doesn’t come with come with a manual, it comes with a parent that never gives up. On this episode, Lorina and Corey Gardner candidly open up about their most challenging and rewarding moments in recovering their son, Zander, from Autism. Sharing their expertise and practical advice, you’ll get a deep look into what is required to raise a child with special needs.
Masculinity is a term often associated with oppression and emotional indifference. But, what if masculinity is only a by-product of a larger societal structure? On this episode, Jason Kotoch discusses the impact patriarchal culture has had on his family and the type of inner work men should undergo to reclaim the best parts of themselves.
In an intellect driven culture, our intuition often takes a back seat, but what happens when our minds fail to provide evidence to the emotions we feel? On this powerful episode, Jennifer shares how she came to acknowledge a history of childhood sexual abuse without any explicit memories to validate them.
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Cancer is a word engulfed by fear. In a moment, a diagnosis can change the trajectory of your own life or that of someone you care about. On this episode, I speak with former breast cancer patient, Jaye Wright, to discuss the key decisions that have shaped her healing experience and empower her to remain a survivor.
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Childhood is a time to be carefree. A time when love, affection, safety and stability is provided to fulfill our greatest potential. But what happens when we grow up in a toxic environment where we are expected to be much more than a child? What consequences does that type of upbringing have on our personal and professional life? For this very first episode, I bring on my sister, Diana Sierra, to discuss the family dynamics, circum...
Beneath the surface of our inherited conditioning and the challenges we face, lies the truth of who we can become and the life we can create. Speaking with guests from all walks and stages of life, we’ll uncover the collective insights and breakthrough moments that ignite authenticity, meaning, and fulfillment - intended to awaken and reveal your inner callings.