Summary: If you are a leader, be it a leader of self or a leader of many, who strives to be a force for good in the world, or if you are someone who is simply uncertain about what you really want and why it matters, then this podcast is for you! The Joyful Journey Podcast is about finding clarity about who we choose to be and the life we want to live. It’s about tapping into our inner wisdom and accessing our highest selves so we make choices that are aligned with who we are and what matters most to us. By accessing our highest selves we also make choices that are best for our families, our communities and the organizations we represent. Perhaps most important of all, by learning to tap into inner wisdom and access our highest self, we raise our vibration, unleash a great joy and heighten the collective consciousness. That, my friends, is world changing and it all starts with you and me! Welcome to the Joyful Journey Podcast.
In today’s episode, we talk about compassion as the path through pain and suffering that leads to joy. By showing compassion and doing small acts of kindness you bring others joy and in so doing you feed your own joy and ease your pain. The Dalai Lama has a beautiful term for this - he calls it the “virtuous cycle.” He says, ”the more we turn to others, the more joy we experience, and the more joy we experience the more joy we can bring to others.” Please note that this episode ends with a short guided meditation that will help deepen your compassion for yourself and others. Make sure you are in a safe place to listen to the meditation, or put this episode on pause at the appropriate point and come back to it later.
In today’s episode, I welcome back a previous guest, Winston Yeung to talk about his experiences in a sensory deprivation tank and how it led him to connect with the consciousness of other beings, including that of a dog and someone drifting in space. Tune in to hear his theories about this experience and the lessons it taught him.
In today’s episode, I share a personal story about lifting the lid to allow the fullest expression of who you are to emerge. It’s a story, in part, about my coming out of the spiritual closet. The bigger message is about getting clear about who you are and what you really want, and taking the time to define that for yourself instead of having it defined for you by society. You find that clarity, of course, by tuning into your soul's voice.
Dr. Monique Giard is a Master Teacher and Healer who brings Quantum Field healing energy to her practice as a Clinical Counsellor to transform negative information, energy, and matter into positive information, energy, and matter which she addresses at the soul, heart, mind, and body level. In today’s episode, we talk about Dr. Monique’s unique approach to healing, bringing her training in psychotherapy and Tao Science together. Show Highlights: What is Quantum healing Aligning our true selves in the quantum field Clearing negative messages Calligraphy as a healing art Power of “positive information” - Dr. Emoto's water research Closing with a Soul Song Blessing
If nature is the sacred portal to our higher self, then self-love is the gatekeeper. In order to receive and act on the messages of our soul, we need to have a strong foundation of self-love. In this episode, I share a few personal stories about how I emerged from deeply entrenched beliefs of unworthiness to possessing an abundance of self-love. I also share three simple, beautiful, and effective practices to help you fall in love with who you are so you can clearly hear the whispers of your soul.
In today’s episode we meet Lea Bayles to talk about how we can create more miracles in our life by creating the miracle mindset.This is a fun, lighthearted conversation full of profound truths. Show Highlights: Share the “wonder” experiences to remind each other that we are more than what we have typically been told. Let’s take off the cynical goggles and open our “wonder” eyes Being aware of the attitudes that close us off from experiencing the wonder Be the miracle maker not the miracle wisher Wonder questions to help navigate through challenges and to find solutions Flow Power vs Push Power How to clear away what’s blocking us Celebration, a form of gratitude
One of the key messages for this podcast is to step into nature by yourself to find the stillness and silence so you can hear and be guided by your soul's voice. Something I discovered though, is that many are deeply uncomfortable with silence. In this episode, we explore why that may be and what you can do to develop your comfort in being in silence so you can reap the benefits. In the silence, we discover our strength, find the answers we are looking for and awaken.
In today’s episode, we meet Deborah Drummond who is a pioneer in integrating the mind, body, and spirit and who shares her insights on how to bring it all together to feel connected and find the answers you are seeking. We also explore the art of surrender and the importance of letting go to create the life you desire. Show Highlights: Integrating mind, body & spirit explained Reverse Engineering your bliss Thoughts on daily non-negotiables & self-reflection What does surrender really mean Making an ‘accomplishment list’ Having the tools to pull you up when you are spiraling down
Did you know that only 3% of the world’s population is dancing around ‘enlightenment’ as a way of being?That's according to Alan Davidson, the best selling author of the multi award winning book, Body Brilliance: Mastering Your Five Vital Intelligences. He claims that as the number of enlightened people grows another 3 or 4% the problems that plague humanity now will dramatically shift. "As 10% of the world’s population shifts into full enlightened consciousness,” he says “a tipping point of transformation will make life on earth a very different experience.” In today’s episode we talk about how we can play a role in raising the collective conscious by learning to quiet the monkey brain and listen to our soul voice. I argue that the way to enlightenment is on a path through the forest.
Joy is not the absence of sorrow and the way through pain is to embrace it. In today’s episode, we meet Catherine Gourdier, the author of Breathe Cry Breathe, a book about her personal journey through grief as she comes to terms with the sudden traumatic loss of three close family members. In Catherine’s words, “when you can find the strength to open your heart, you just may find some blessings on the other side of the mourning.”
"It's a terrible thing in life to wait until you are ready. I have this feeling now that actually no one is ever ready to do anything. There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now.” ~ Hugh Laurie. In this episode, I share some thoughts and a few personal stories on how to move passed this dream-killing idea that you have to be ready and have all the answers before you can move forward with your dream.
In today’s episode we meet Beverly Kievman Copen and talk about some of the themes in her new book, “It’s Your Life, Isn’t It” which reminds us that if you believe in yourself anything is possible. Beverly also reminds us that joy is not in reaching the destination, the joy is in the journey and how you choose to live that life. Highlight’s from this episode: Making a difference begins with “I have an idea.” Ask for what you want no matter how outrageous How goals can have a dramatic effect on your life The importance of collaborating with key people in your life Gaining “buy-in” Moving forward with your dreams has a lot to do with being able to listen - ask sincere questions and then listen. About Our Guest: Beverly Kievman Copen Beverly is an entrepreneur, author, photographer, and public speaker who has received widespread recognition for her work with businesswomen around the world. Beverly started her entrepreneurial journey at age 24 when she was asked if she’d like to take over a talent agency. At the time she was a new mother with a six-month-old and worked part-time for the agency simply checking messages. The owner got bored of the business and offered it to Beverley for $1. Beverley turned that talent agency into one of the largest agencies in the southern US which she then ran for 15 years. That’s just the beginning of Beverley’s remarkable journey. Beverly is from Atlanta, Georgia where she has spent most of her career and where she has received awards naming her as one of Atlanta’s Top Sales Women and Georgia’s Most Influential Women. How to connect with Beverly Kievman Copen Website: https://beverlycopen.com/ (https://beverlycopen.com/) You can find her book on Amazon Gift from Beverly Kievman Copen: 3 Kinds of Goal Setting Techniques PDF Receive your 3 Kinds of Goal Setting Techniques downloadable gift by becoming a Member of the Joyful Inspired Living Community where you’ll find resources from all our guests in the “Tool Box” Become a member here: https://joyfulinspiredliving.com/m/login?r=%2Fmembers-only (https://joyfulinspiredliving.com/m/login?r=%2Fmembers-only) About Your Host: I’m your host, Anita Adams, an award-winning leader and the founder of Joyful Inspired Living, an organization dedicated to teaching people how to access their highest most authentic self so they can find clarity and create a life of purpose, passion, and joy. In addition to hosting the Joyful Journey Podcast, I offer retreats, both live and online, and private coaching programs to further guide my clients on their journey to their highest self. The Joyful Journeyer Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/628676761727732 (https://www.facebook.com/groups/628676761727732) Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/joyfulinspiredLiving (https://www.facebook.com/joyfulinspiredLiving) Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/anitaadams604/?hl=en (https://www.instagram.com/anitaadams604/?hl=en) Website - https://joyfulinspiredliving.com/ (https://joyfulinspiredliving.com/) Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/anitaadamsyvr/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/anitaadamsyvr/) Email - email@example.com Thanks for listening!It means so much to us that you listened to our podcast! If you would like to explore other ways to engage with us, head over to https://joyfulinspiredliving.com/ (https://joyfulinspiredliving.com/) While there, check out the “Members Only” section where you can gain access to our “Tool Box” of free downloadable resources that will further guide you along your own personal joyful journey. Our Tool Box will be updated regularly with new content, much of which will be provided by our featured guests. With this podcast, we are building a community of Joy Makers and in the process raising our vibration and the collective consciousness! If you know somebody who would benefit from what we offer, or would be an...
Have you ever had a mystical encounter? Perhaps something that made you look at the world a little different, or made you feel part of something much bigger or greater than yourself? I’ve had a number of such encounters, and in today’s episode, I share a story about one that has forever changed the way I look at and interact in the world around me.
In today’s episode, I interview Melissa Deally an Integrative Health Practitioner and Health Coach who believes that most of us have been raised to not prioritize our health. Melissa is on a mission to educate people about their health so they start to look at their health as their greatest asset. By prioritizing our health, we find the energy to do the things we love so we can continue to do them for a very long time.
In today’s episode we explore worthiness and how to boost your self love and sense of self worth so you can create a life you love. I share a daily practice that I developed called The Possibility Pages (inspired by Julia Cameron’s Morning Pages) and how this practice can propel you into being the person you want to be and living the life you want to live. Highlights from the show: Every thought we think is creating our future A thought can be changed Everyone suffers from the belief “I’m not good enough.” The Possibility Pages explained Stepping into the person you want to be and the life you want to live Book referenced: You Can Heal Your Life, by Louise Hay,