I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Rick Hanson, psychologist and NY Times Best-Selling Author of Resilient & Buddha’s Brain. He is a delightful person to be with. Rick is a genius in his own right but is also very down to earth and real. We connected right away and I was excited to geek
My conversation with Shanna Lee, author of The Soul Frequency, about how to live a high-frequency life!
Shanna’s purpose to help others and what holds women back the most. She is a gifted intuitive healer. You can feel Shanna’s energy and calling to help others as she describes how she helps women release their blocks to success. Shanna intrigues from the start with her description of how she visualizes others. She
Madisyn Taylor and I did a fun “interview exchange” last year that I wanted to share with you all. This interview was originally intended for our LIBERATE trainees, but since it turned out to be such a great enriching talk, I asked if I could extend our interview to our public audience. Madisyn graciously agreed.
Kristina Mänd-Lakhiani, the co-founder of Mindvalley.com, speaks to Sura about breaking out of her perfect life.
Kristina’s personal breakdown to breakthrough and some other pertinent life lessons. Kristina had it all, she tells me. I believe her, nod and keep quiet. I know there is more to her story so I want to listen to the inevitable “.. but.” Kristina is gorgeous, articulate, and charming. As the co-founder of Mindvalley, a large
It was a true pleasure to connect to Madisyn Taylor at DailyOM. She recently asked to interview me about a course I created with them last year called, “Meditation: How to Manifest Your True Intention.” In this unique 7-week multi-media course, I share some of my favorite spiritual practices for healing and creating!I thought you might
After waiting nearly a year to ask the lovely Sonia Choquette if I could interview her, I finally one day had the courage to ask. I found a general email contact on her website and sent a short message, “would you like to be interviewed?” Her assistant wrote back five minutes later: “she’d love to.”