SOUL SCHOOL with Audrey
Summary: Join Audrey Sutton Mills on the SOUL SCHOOL podcast where she has real conversations with inspirational people and deep dives into life topics that will fill your heart with purpose and joy. Tune in and learn from experts how to step into your power, passion and creativity and connect to yourself, to others and to the magic of life that surrounds you. Discover tools for your spiritual toolbox and get powerful advice about relationships, entrepreneurship, personal growth and health for your transformational journey to living your happiest and most fulfilled life.
EP 21: My Birth Story of Hunter Malia Thank you for tuning into hearing my very personal story of giving birth to our daughter Hunter. We are much stronger than we think. Through my pregnancy and birth story, I learned lessons about strength, surrender and love. Every birth story is unique and should be shared and celebrated. This is my serendipitous and magical story of death and birth.
When you try to be someone else, you show up a lesser version of that person, because that person is already taken. You have talents and gifts and unique qualities that no one else has. It’s a scientific fact. You have a specific and unique DNA that no one else has. Emulating is a form of flattery and we can be inspired by other people, but you have gifts to share sweet friend. It’s time to stop playing small and be completely you.
Ep 19: Today on Soul School Christina Tidwell, Registered Nurse and Holistic Health Coach, shares her healing journey as well as how you too can tune into your body and create ways to heal yourself so you can live a beautiful, vibrant life not ruled by disease.
EP 18: You're in Control You’re in control over your thoughts, feelings and actions. You don’t have to be a victim of your circumstances, you don’t have to blame others for your situation. You may not like where you’re at today, or whom you’re with, or how you feel, but you have the power to change. You are a powerful being. When you feel out of control or lost, go back to this mantra this week: I am in control of my thoughts, feelings and actions. I move with intention in the direction I ch
Your itty bitty shitty committee loves to criticize, judge and blame you as well as others. Your ego always wants more. There is never enough. You don’t have enough. You are not good enough. This scarcity mindset is not you. You know you are not in alignment with your True Self, whenever you feel inferior or superior to someone or something. During this episode Audrey shows you how to let go of the inner critic and return home to your soul.
EP 16: Keeping Score Ruins Relationships Today’s mantra is to Give without expectations. When you can release those rules of how others should be and let people be who they are, this is actually love. Without conditions. Without rules. It’s hard to do. At the end of the day, isn’t this really what we want? To be loved unconditionally. To be heard and seen, in our totality, without judgment and expectations. To be understood. This is true love.
Jenn Hepton is a Certified Grief Support Coach, Life + Wellness Coach, Speaker, Author, and Educator. We have soul contracts with each other for lessons that need to be learned and gifts to share with each other. The day I had this conversation with Jenn was also the day my father passed away. I truly believe that God sent me Jenn on that specific day as a gift, in preparation of my loss, to hear her sage advice of how to deal with grief and heal with grace.
EP 14: The ONE thing to do when feeling overwhelmed Ever get that knot in your stomach, or you can't stop your mind from racing with thoughts? Welcome to Mantra Monday where this week's intention is to explore how to slow down when feeling overwhelmed. Also please rate and review this podcast. Thanks so much for listening! Have you subscribed on my website to stay up to date?
EP 13: Mantra Monday. There are a lot of things that contribute to your happiness, but I've found that there are 3 essential values that lead to lasting happiness and joy. Being kind, having empathy and having a gratitude mindset are all choices to show up for yourself each day and experience the happiness you deserve.
The consistent practice of meditation is a habit that will help you be more calm, centered, focused, and joyful, at any time, and in any circumstance. Learn how to create your meditation practice in 5 Easy Steps.
EP 11: Worrying is Like Paying Interest On A Debt Not Owed Our mind is busy, and can keep us stuck re-circling the same stories of the past or future. Ruminating and worrying hijacks us from being in the present moment. We know worrying is not good for us, but did you know it can actually be damaging to your health?
Meet Nikki Arensman, a bad ass mompreneur who will share her journey from starting JIVA active wear, turning her active women’s wear and swimwear line into a million dollar business. She’s also the owner and brand coach of The Well Co. helping women entrepreneurs realize and create their dream business & hosts the podcast BRANDED. Today we will talk business and brand building, how to keep it all together as a mom boss, and how to stay inspired and find harmony in business and family life.
Meet Megan Febuary, the Creator and editor-in-chief of For Women Who Roar (FWWR) magazine empowering women to share their stories through art, poetry and voice. From writing and sharing her dark and light truths as a young girl, Megan has turned her passion of embodying stories into a beautifully organic womens’ movement, holding the mic for women to share their stories and their truth.
EP 008 – Mantra Monday: Live Today As If It Were Your Last My dad was my best friend, biggest supporter and ever the optimist. He always said, “Have No Regrets. Go live your life to the fullest.” So, in his words, he would say now “Never let a crisis go to waste.” Today’s Mantra Monday is: Act as if today were your last day on earth. Do not waste today. Don’t hoard your love. Express freely and kindly your gratitude and love for others and yourself.
Babies are born curious. Children have an innate wonder and creative imagination. It’s sad to learn that children lose this curiosity around 5-6 years old. Instead of asking questions, they replace the wonder with the need to be right. Instead, we spend the rest of our lifetimes trying to be perfect. How can you bring back more of that child-like wonder so that you can enjoy the magic in every day moments? Today, how can you cultivate a little more curiosity?