My guest this week is Amrit Sandhu, speaker and host of the Inspired Evolution podcast. We dive into our own stories about depression in our lives, and how we have managed to understand it better and help others to do so as well.
Sofia Sundari is a sexual health and wellness coach, facilitator, tantra practitioner, and entrepreneur who has built a successful business and career in what some may consider an unconventional way. We talk about her journey in business, the true meaning of eroticism, and how the study of sexuality, empowerment, and embodiment has guided her to where she is now.
This week my guest is Jade Tailor, a personal development coach and facilitator and actress who you may know from the show The Magicians. Acting and personal development actually require a similar understanding of the human conditions and all the intricacies of what makes us love, fight, create, and play. Jade and I meet each other in a conversation about ego, boundaries, and the essence of the work it can take to balance both.
This week, I want to share with you as much as I can around my own creative process. Through the lens of creating a new course on breakups, I want to share vulnerably how I am moving through my own wounds and resistance to bring this to life and prove to myself that I’m capable of diving into something I’ve never done before.
This week I invited my good friend, and “edge pushing addict” Zahara Zimring, to have a real conversation about boundaries versus edges, and what benefits can come from being open to exploring both. Do we need to be constantly pushing our edges, or is it healthy sometimes to just exist in contentment and in containers we feel safe in? Is feeling safe an edge in itself? Let’s dive deep.
This week’s podcast episode is a new idea and a concept that allows YOU to get involved in a unique way that is the first of its kind on The Deep Dive. A Q&A. This week I invited the members of the CREATE Community’s Facebook group (which is free to join) to ask me anything, and we got a great response. Though I couldn’t answer all of them, this episode has a few questions that you might have wondered as well, and I answer them to the best of my ability. Enjoy the episode and I look forward to your questions on our next Q&A podcast.
This week I want to dive into some of the reasoning behind the concept of creativity and how I’ve applied it to my work and my art. As always, there is a bit of a deeper meaning in this that doesn’t just apply to art. We are all meant to be creative in our lives; in our day to day, our work, our play. So are you giving yourself enough time to truly sit back, take the space, and allow creativity to happen?