SoulTalk with Kute Blackson
Summary: SoulTalk is a thought-provoking podcast about what really matters in life. It is a deep exploration into life's biggest questions: who we are, why we are here, and where we are going? Kute Blackson will get personal, sharing practical wisdom on how to live your most authentic life, as well as deep dialogues on purpose, health, love, money, sex, spirituality and success with special guests like Barbara De Angelis, Dr. Shefali, Mike Dooley, Geneen Roth and more.
In this heartfelt episode, Tony Gaskins openly shares about his past as a toxic partner in a relationship and how that inspired him to become a relationship coach. He talks about the connection between a person’s pain and their purpose, as well the importance of being authentic and honest to strengthen your self-esteem and find the right person for you.
We have all had negative thoughts in our lives. It often seems safer to give in to the negative thinking than questioning it. However, this will only rob you of happiness and cause you suffering. Listen to this short, powerful episode to learn 3 simple keys to overcome negative thinking, deal with your inner critic and be happy.
In this insightful episode, New York Times best-selling author, Dr Judith Orloff, shares the self-care practices that highly sensitive people need to have in order to survive the constant energetic bombardment of the world and their loved ones. She talks about the connection between empaths and narcissists and shares the key strategies to identify and deal with a narcissist person.
Abundance is not about what you have but about your attitude and feelings towards what you have. Abundance is not really about money because real abundance is a state of being. Listen to this insightful episode to learn how to shift your vibration in a way that attracts more abundance in all aspects of your life and the key practice to get out of scarcity.
In this inspiring episode, Laird Hamilton, world-renowned ‘waterman’, best known as an American big-wave surfer and pioneer in the world of action water sports, talks about his feelings and thoughts during those heart-stopping seconds when he is riding a wave. He shares his technique to conquer fears and speaks honestly about his relationship with death. He also explains how coming to terms with dying makes you appreciate life a lot more and helps you live life on your own terms.
One of the greatest fears we have as human beings is not being accepted and loved for who we really are. As children we often learn to behave a certain way in order to fit in and feel liked. That is a betrayal of ourselves, and ultimately no one wins. Listen to this episode to learn 6 keys to stop betraying yourself, start honoring you and set yourself free.
In this touching episode Martha Beck, New York Times best-selling author and monthly columnist for O, The Oprah Magazine, shares how she found the courage to break away from her birth religion as well as sharing her inspiring lessons from being the mother of a down-syndrome child. She talks about the importance of living in integrity to fulfilling your purpose and how the stories we tell ourselves are the key to achieving success.
We have all done something in our lives that we judge ourselves for and wish we could change. When we worry too much about past mistakes, it is easy to stay stuck in the past and repeat the pattern of bad decisions in the future. Listen to this episode to learn 5 simple, yet powerful keys to dealing with regret and start healing your past in order to create a brighter future.
Seane Corn has been a yoga teacher for over 25 years. In this soul-warming interview, she shares the importance of acknowledging feelings and sensations to begin healing trauma and addictions. She talks about the relationship between numbing sensation and lack of empathy. As well, she shares her thoughts on the use of drugs to enhance the spiritual practice and how self-esteem is the key to inner wisdom.
Humanity as a whole is facing really challenging times on all fronts, environmental, political and social issues all over the world. In this insightful episode with Daniel Schmachtenberger, evolutionary philosopher and systems designer, he shares with us how a shift in the way we ask questions could lead to a new civilization that does not cause all the problems that we have today. How we can learn a different way of solving issues by changing the incentives and walking a mile in someone else’s shoes.
Creativity is an elusive thing. It’s not something that can be touched or tasted. It is often thought that creativity is reserved for artists and specially gifted people. However, we have all felt that burst of energy, just being in the flow and feeling alive. Listen to this podcast and learn simple keys to become more creative and feel more alive.
Creativity is an elusive concept. In this Part Two episode with Mark Nepo, author of his new book, “Drinking From the River of Light”, he explores the relationship between our creative expression and simply being alive. He shares openly about his writing habits and touches upon topics like success, perfection and authenticity; as well as the importance of feeling the entire range of emotions to connect with the source of life.
In this inspiring episode, poet, philosopher and author of “Drinking from the River of Light” and “More Together than Alone”, Mark Nepo shares how surviving the painful process of an aggressive cancer changed him fundamentally. He speaks of how he found the courage to face death and translate that courage into a daily, creative practice in life.
Quitting is frowned upon in our culture. From a very tender age, we are taught that winners never quit. However, sometimes the cost of persevering and not quitting can be very high. It often means staying in situations that are not right, for longer than necessary. Listen to this episode to learn 3 simple keys that will help you know if it’s time to quit.
New York Times best-selling author of White Hot Truth and Fire Starter Sessions, Danielle LaPorte shares how she went through what she calls a ‘living death’ and came out stronger on the other side. She talks about her relationship with validation, how to deal with disappointment, as well as sharing some of her secrets to access the creative zone as a writer.