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.
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.
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.
The media today is constantly bombarding us with negative news. It is easy to get discouraged for humanity, to give into judgment and to let your attention be hijacked by all the negativity. Listen to this short, powerful episode to learn 3 simple keys that will allow you to stay centered and loving in the midst of a chaotic world.
Born with a rare condition that stunted his growth and made his bones extremely fragile, Sean Stephenson was not expected to survive after his birth. Since then he has become the best-selling author of 'Get Off your “But”' and a renowned speaker and therapist. In this heart-opening episode, he shares how he struggled with love, contemplated suicide and came out stronger on the other side of it. He shares the simple and doable way to battle insecurity, one day at a time.
Alan Cohen, best-selling author of The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Any More and A Deep Breath of Life, talks about the circumstances that led him to start writing. He also shares some advice for aspiring authors. In this heartfelt conversation, he talks about the power of authenticity and the simple ways to connect with our inner passion and achieve miracles without struggling.
We have all experienced periods of great turmoil in life. Times when we feel powerless and nothing seems to go right. During these challenging times, it is easy to give into victimhood. Listen to this episode to learn how to take responsibility for your current situation, reclaim your power and shift your karma.
In this compelling episode, Steven Kotler, best-selling author of Stealing Fire, as well as one of the world’s leading experts on high performance, shares the secret habit that all individuals who achieve 'the impossible' have in common. He talks about the neurological reactions behind the ‘flow state’, and its effects on performance as well as the future of humanity and the importance of empathy to save the planet.
You are NOT your story. The story that you tell yourself isn’t who you really are. It is simply the story that you made up at some point. As young children, we all experience challenging things, whether it be pain, trauma, neglect, abuse, divorce, etc. As a result, we end up trying our best to make the events of our lives make some kind of sense, so we make up meaning as a way to survive, function and cope. Listen to this episode to learn how to let go of these limiting stories and be free!
Most of us were brought up under the theory that consciousness is created by our brains. Under this premise, all consciousness ceases to exist upon death. In this fascinating episode, Mark Gober, author of The End of Upside Down Thinking, tells the story of how he came across hard evidence that challenged this paradigm, how his viewpoint changed radically and the implications that this new mindset has for humanity.
Health is a very popular topic these days. Everyone has a different opinion on what you need to do or eat to be healthy. In this episode, Dr Josh Axe author of Eat Dirt: Why Leaky Gut May Be the Root Cause of Your Health Problems and 5 Surprising Steps to Cure It and founder of what many consider the #1 natural health website in the world today, shares some amazing insights on what it really means to be healthy and the intricate connection between your health, your faith and your emotions.
The partner you attract in a relationship is a mirror manifestation of yourself. When you don’t have a good relationship with yourself, you look to your partner to give you a sense of validation. This leads to feelings of insecurity and suffering. Listen to this episode to learn 7 simple, yet powerful keys to improve your relationship with yourself and overcome feelings of insecurity.