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 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.
There is a widespread belief that creativity is a gift bestowed upon just a select few. That you are either born being creative or not. Listen to this episode as Julia Cameron, award-winning poet and writer of the best-selling book, “The Artist’s Way”, talks about nurturing your creative spark and shares some powerful tools to help you unleash your creative genius, quiet your inner critic and move beyond your blocks.
The only certainty we have from the day we are born is that we are all going to die. Life is frail, we know it, and yet we often choose to ignore it and waste precious time in meaningless quarrels or pursuits that don’t make us happy. In this touching episode, you will learn 6 powerful lessons about life and what really matters most from those who are dying.
Sheri Salata, author of her new memoir, “The Beautiful No”, an evolution of her 20-year career at The Oprah Winfrey Show, Harpo Studios and OWN, where she said goodbye to her dream career and hello to her dream life. In this honest, heart-warming interview, she shares the story of how she realized that being a successful professional does not necessarily mean success in all areas of your life, and how that discovery took her on an ongoing path to become a trustworthy steward of her life, on her terms.
Putting things off for later is something we have all done. We often postpone unpleasant or challenging tasks until we have no choice, or worse yet, we never start. Procrastination can cost us years of our lives and endless regrets down the line. Listen to this episode to learn why we procrastinate and how to get over it, today.
Money is a constant worry in most of our minds. Whether we have it or we don’t have it, it occupies a big portion of our energy. Listen to this episode as Ken Honda, best-selling author who has sold over 7 million books in Japan, explains the difference between happy and unhappy money. Learn how a simple shift in your approach to paying the bills can free the flow of abundance in your life.
Judging stems from the idea that our persona should be perfect. This idea of perfection, however, is vague and ever-changing. In order to achieve this so-called perfection, we sometimes judge ourselves very harshly for our perceived faults and mistakes. This only leads to more suffering. Listen to this episode to learn 3 keys to stop the judging for good.
Grief is an unavoidable part of life. Whether we mourn the loss of a loved one or the passing of time, that loss leaves a void inside. In this episode, Dr. Ken Druck, best-selling author and visionary leader, talks about resilience. Listen to this touching conversation on how to get through the brokenness that loss leaves, honoring your feelings in a meaningful way and finding a better version of yourself on the other side.
Jealousy is that tight feeling that arises when you focus on what you aren’t rather that who you are. As human beings, we have all felt jealous at some point in our lives. It makes your energy contract and only leads to suffering. Listen to this episode and learn 3 keys to move past your jealousy and focus on your amazingness.
Imagine for a moment that you were truly free from your past conditioning, stories or limitations.... Discover powerful keys to stop sabotaging your success and step into your greatness so that you can create the life of your dreams and share your gifts with the world!
Success is an elusive concept. It is easy to feel unworthy or unsuccessful when comparing yourself to the rich and famous. However, celebrity and success are not necessarily synonymous. Listen to this insightful interview with Michael Beckwith, founder and spiritual director of the Agape International Spiritual Center, and learn how unlock the beauty, creativity and success in all areas of your life.