The Happy Club Podcast with Kash Desai

The Happy Club Podcast with Kash Desai

Be Inspired - Tune in, Switch on, TransformLike an espresso, these podcasts by Kash Desai are short yet powerful. You’ll benefit from Kash’s unique way of explaining deep issuessimply but innovatively, using analogies and stories to inspire and empower personal transformation

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December 22, 2020 6 min

We have all been through situations where an action, an unpleasant memory, or things that people may have said made us angry, uncomfortable, or frustrated. In this episode of The Happy Club Podcast, I talk about how to identify and deal with these emotional triggers.

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We have all been through situations where an action, an unpleasant memory, or things that people may have said made us angry, uncomfortable, or frustrated. In this episode of The Happy Club Podcast, I talk about how to identify and deal with these emotional triggers.


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In this episode, I wanted to talk about happiness and trying to be happy all the time. Happiness is like our base location, where there are no expectations, only a calm oneness with everything, filled with appreciation, gratitude, and love for myself and everyone else.

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In this episode, I wanted to talk about our power to choose how we feel. In life, so many things can go wrong and a lot of the time it is impossible to control the world around us. Despite this, the one thing we can control is how we respond, and how we feel about it. We are not puppets, we are the masters of our minds and our destiny.

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In this episode, I wanted to talk about the power of thoughts, and how thoughts create things. Life is not a race to the finish line, it's about having the right thoughts and the right energy so that we create the life we desire.

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September 22, 2020 4 min

In this episode, I wanted to share my perspective on dreams. Dreams are like a preview to what experiences we are about to have, sometimes metaphorically, and sometimes literally. I was always told to stop daydreaming and to get on with life - but can dreams be a powerful tool in our life with which we manifest the life we desire?

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In this episode, I wanted to share my thoughts on fear. We learnt our fears as we grew up, and just as we learnt how to fear, we can learn how to be fearless. We can make fear work for us, instead of working against us. 

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In this episode, I wanted to share my thoughts on being the hero of our story. Life can throw many challenges at us, but if we remember that we have the power and the inner strength to deal with them, then we can face them head-on, and instead of being a victim, we can be a hero. So, who will you choose to be today?

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In this episode, I wanted to talk about relationships. Relationships are like seeds, and just like seeds require fertile ground, water, and nutrients, relationships need love and appreciation to grow. In this way, they will become strong and healthy. 🌱❤️

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Do you struggle to make decisions? In this episode, I wanted to share with you my process for making decisions, which helps me see the bigger picture, and analyse things from the perspective of my desires and intentions for life, rather than my short-term emotional needs. I hope this podcast is useful for you. 

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In this episode, we explore the power of a still mind. Trying to reflect on our self and our life when our mind is unsettled will lead to a perception that is not true. But, with a still mind, we will be able to see a true reflection.

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In this episode, I wanted to share with you an interesting experience I had recently while out in London. It got me thinking and asking the question: How much time in a day do we spend experiencing love or sharing it? How many times do we say ‘I love you’ to someone? Just like we say ‘I love that car’ or ‘I love this food,’ or ‘I love this place.’ How many times do we say this to a person? I say let’s make time for love, for self a...

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During my breakthrough sessions, I often ask people, "what do you want?" The most common answer I get back is "I don't know!" In this episode, I wanted to explore this question some more and ask: has what we've wanted actually been with us all along? I hope you find this podcast useful, please do let me know what you think and feel free to share - and let's spread love, not fear, together. 💌

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In this episode, Kash Desai shares a little story which shows a different perspective on life and awareness. Energy flows where awareness goes, and if we have a choice in every moment, can we shift our energy from the past to the infinite possibilities that life has to offer? We hope you find this podcast useful, please do let us know what you think and feel free to share – and let’s spread love, not fear, together. 💌

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June 22, 2020 3 min

In this episode, Kash Desai shares a different perspective on a question most of us ask at some point in our life - “Who am I?”
Just like at an Indian buffet, we have a million choices for what we could believe about our self, but we have unconsciously accepted limiting beliefs. Instead of asking "Who am I?" perhaps we should be asking "who do I want to become?" We hope you find this podcast useful, please give us a ...

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In this episode, Kash Desai shares some thoughts on love - what is love, the difference between egoic love and true love, and he explores how it feels to experience true love - a state of love and joy from within, where there is no dependency on something outside of us, unlimited and unconditional. We hope you find this podcast useful, please give us a like, a share and let's spread love, not fear, together.

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