Grateful Goddesses

Grateful Goddesses

"You had the power all along my dear."- Glinda the Good Witch We are all valuable and have abundant potential. However, there are roadblocks everywhere that bombard us and convince us otherwise. This potential in the core of our being is our inner goddess. Once we can tap into the goddess within us - along with faith, courage, and support from others - we can do wonders. Welcome to Grateful Goddesses with Karen Pulver. Join Karen on this journey of self-care and self-discovery to unleash your inner goddesses. Take a leap of faith and expand your comfort zones to explore various topics on your life journey. Be vulnerable, be real, and get empowered as you realize your highest potential as a Grateful Goddess. Karen and her Goddesses are on a path of discovery, and are searching for self-awareness and enrichment of their lives to reach their purpose. Karen is a mother, a wife, a daughter, a sister, a teacher, a friend, and a cancer survivor. She has her own fears and challenges, but she is a doer who loves bringing people together and pushing them to explore things. She is a Grateful Goddess who is on a journey of discovery and enlightenment, but she is not alone on this ever-evolving journey. She has been lucky to have been joined by like-minded women, all of which are synergistically sharing a spiritual purpose of realizing their potential. Each has a Grateful Goddess within that wants to be nurtured and listened to and, ultimately, shared with the world. On the Grateful Goddesses podcast, you'll hear about women who are trying out new things that they've never done before, exploring things maybe that they've taste-tested but haven't really dove in. Women who are reaching beyond their box and experimenting with new things, supporting and empowering each other through these experiences! Join the conversation about gratitude, self-care, meditation, self-defense, nutrition, fitness, health, dreams, and bevy of soulful, compelling topics. Every woman has an inner goddess that needs to be unleashed – an inner self that wants to try things and get past the fear and the roadblocks. The Grateful Goddesses Podcast is your opportunity for you to gain knowledge about yourself from what other women are doing to expand themselves. Be a part of this gathering of women for spiritual enrichment and friendship around various interesting topics and activities. Join Grateful Goddesses with Karen Pulver today!

Episodes

August 26, 2021 38 min

We all have our subtle prejudices and our way of thinking that may be insulting to someone else. Wouldn't it be great if we could understand WHY we act and think the way we do for the greater good? This is the exact mission that Robert Kosch has. Karen Pulver and Goddesses talk to Bob about his past and his mistakes. He will take us through his journey of self-discovery from his 6 ½ years of jail time to experiencing "accid...

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If there were no limitations or restrictions placed on you, what would you do in your life? Would you take a risk in the music world, or would you stay comfortable where you are? How would you get yourself into the flow? Join in the conversation as artist HXLT shares with Karen Pulver and Goddesses about his ever-flowing career as a musician. 


In this episode, you’ll discover the ups and downs of the music world and how HXLT has man...

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Everyone is afraid of something. Whether it is clowns or heights, fear is normal. But not so much for Valerie Clark. She does something that most women would be afraid to do. She's 17 years old, and she races trucks. That sport alone would make most men afraid because of accidents and whatnot. Join your host, Karen Pulver, and the Goddesses as they talk to Valerie about her passion for racing. Learn how Valerie works through th...

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Understanding that you are enough is not an easy feat. For most, it takes a lot of self-reflection and affirmation to truly discover your possibilities and embrace enoughness. This is the message Alison Robertson echoes in her work and what she strives to help others with. Alison is an experienced actress, coach, and author. Her debut book, Enoughness: The Simple Truth Of Embracing YOU, is included as a Forbes 7 Books to Help You H...

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When we take care of ourselves, we are better prepared to take care of others. The show’s guest today is Dr. Elizabeth Shaffer, an occupational therapist at Therapeutic Innovations International. Dr. Elizabeth talks with Karen Pulver and Goddesses about how parents can care for their special needs kids without overwhelming themselves. The key is to STOP: stop, take a breath, observe, and perceive. When we STOP, we can examine how w...

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How do we discover what it is that we are supposed to do in our lives? What is that one “thing?” We are all in this journey to explore and try out different things for our lives see if they resonate with us or can be added to help enhance our lives. But do you know that we actually already have this intuition inside of us, that is, to know what that “thing” is that we want in our lives? However, it can be difficult to differentiate...

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When we are feeling dirty, we take a shower. But what if the ones that need cleaning are on the inside of our bodies? Wouldn't it be good if we could just take a shower and flush it all out? Well, we actually can through detoxing. In this episode, Karen Pulver and the Goddesses sit down with Holistic Health Coach & Guide Melissa Deally to discuss the significance of looking at our body as a whole and start changing our bad ...

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Choosing to have a healthy lifestyle should not be an all-or-nothing approach. There’s no one formula for health that works for everybody, and it’s important to respect your individuality to really achieve optimal health. Today, Karen Pulver and the Goddesses are joined by Jason Wrobel, plant-based chef and author of Hay House cookbook and lifestyle guide, Eaternity, as they talk about how anyone can transition into a more plant-ba...

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Every one of us have people that move in and out of our lives. Sometimes we need to set boundaries with these people. We may even feel the need to start cutting cords or cutting our connections with them. Today’s guest, author, “reformed attorney,” and ordained minister Michelle Welch teaches us that we don’t always need to cut cords with people. We can choose a different way to set boundaries and learn how to come to a place of fo...

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Self-care is not a selfish act. It is a necessary act to encourage our well-being to better take care of others and our communities. What if there’s a workout that allows you to connect with your mind, body, and spirit from a place of nourishing love? The show’s guest today is Taylor Morrison, the CEO of Inner Workout, a wellness class format that helps participants practice self-care. Taylor is on a mission to help others beat bur...

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Forgiveness is a process of letting go. Sandra Rodriguez Bicknell, the author of Cuts of a Diamond, has lived a life of love, pain, and forgiveness. Join Karen Pulver as she sits in discussion with The Goddess of Sparkle, who teaches us about forgiveness, sharing your memoir coming from a place of helping others, and having clarity of your life and your purpose. Sandra’s story teaches us an important thing. We come to this world ra...

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What questions do you have about sex and gender? What is sexual addiction/compulsion? How can speaking to a sex/gender therapist help an individual learn to have more sexual satisfaction in their lives? In addition, if an individual is recovering from childhood sexual abuse, in what ways can a sex/gender therapist also aid in helping individuals understand and cope? Listen as Karen Pulver and her featured Goddesses speak candidly w...

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You can establish connections with others through architecture. When buildings are designed in a special way, they can have a soul. A timely topic in this isolating time, join Karen Pulver and the Goddesses as they sit down with Architect Sadie Morgan, the Founding Director of Stirling Prize-winning architecture practice dRMM. Here, Sadie shows us how architecture affects people rather than the building itself, especially when we a...

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What do the stars tell us? This show's guest today is Michelle Marie, an astrological tarot reader and Western & Vedic astrologer. In this episode, Michelle discusses with Karen Pulver and goddesses how stars can help us understand our behavior and that of others. When we come to a better understanding of human behavior, we then learn to change to live our best life. Do you want to learn more about astrology and how it teac...

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Are you in-tune with your inner being? Tanys Coughlan, a registered Reiki Master, Aqualead Master, and spiritual practitioner, opens the world of spiritual energy as she shares her knowledge on the different energy healing practices that helped her get through a stressful period in her life. She tells Karen Pulver and Alysha Myronuk of the Goddesses about Reiki, the art of spiritual and vibrational healing practice that promotes th...

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You may have had episodes of embarrassment, insecurity, and failure growing up. But it is from these difficult moments that you learn the best lessons, and you're able to share your rainbow after the rain. Karen Pulver's guest today is Goddess Sharon Neiss Arbess, author of Me & My So-Called Friends. In this episode, Sharon shares with Karen that whatever stumbling block comes your way, you can get around it. What's...

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Since the pandemic, there were many changes that people had to cope with—one being learning from home. It’s been a struggle for a lot of people, especially the students, teachers, and parents. Today, Karen Pulver and the goddesses are joined by Lisa Herold, a certified positive discipline trainer. She shares her thoughts about positive discipline and how it helps parents work with their children doing homeschooling. Lisa describes ...

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It’s scary to own your power. When there is pressure or trauma, the squeaky voice can come on. Owning the core power that we all have and perhaps had to hide while growing up, will empower us. We are socialized to be pleasing and nice and this can cause us to not get the things we want. Listen to comedian, speaker, and vocal coach Elaine Williams as she teaches us how to tap into that lower register and take command of our why. We ...

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Everyone’s grief is a very individual process. There is no one-size-fits-all. But when we lose someone who is dear to us, our life is changed forever. In this episode, join Karen Pulver in a conversation with three incredible women, Goddesses Lara, Vanessa, and Michelle, who have lost their mothers at various ages in their lives. She then sits down with Hope Edelman, the author of Motherless Daughters and The AfterGrief. Learn the ...

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We all know the phrase "we make plans and God laughs." How many times in our lives have we had a plan or a path that got blocked, changed, or had to be shifted? When this happens, we have a choice to make. We can continue struggling and trying to fix the problem endlessly, or surrender, give love and light to the situation, and create a new normal. Heidi Rome has experienced this in her life first hand. When her autistic so...

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