In this new chapter, we would continue on a journey of seeking answers and insights. We will be planting impactful seeds for our mental and emotional health, spiritual and physical lives, finance, career, relationships and more. Are you onboard?
In this week’s episode, David Drebin talks of sowing seeds and impacting the world through our creativity and purpose. He enlightens us on how he stays creative and focused on his craft.
In this episode, Michelle Zellner shares practical tips on improving our physical, mental and emotional health. She enlightens us on how we can make our hormones behave through our diet, stress management, exercise and a lot more. Michelle reveals secrets of a better night’s sleep and mapping our minds in the right direction. Additionally, she shares tips on life-lasting weight loss.
In this episode, Andrew Kap explains the meaning of the law of attraction. He shares his personal story of applying the laws to his life and the principles and techniques in his bestselling book, The Last Law of Attraction Book You’ll Ever Need To Read. He talks about the importance and power of positive thinking and how we can start no matter our circumstances.
can awaken our inner awesomeness. She shares some tips on thriving after experiencing a challenging situation such as a breakup, divorce or loss of a loved one. She teaches us how to build a better relationship with ourselves while we let go of the past.
In this episode, Stefan Zugor explains Lucid dreams and the various techniques behind them. He talks about the importance of mindfulness, dreams and remembering your dreams.
Summary This episode’s guest is a mindfulness therapist and is internationally certified in Art Therapy. Damilola Vanessa Adelekan coaches the practice of mindfulness to promote good mental and physical health using yoga, meditation and art as forms of therapy. She loves working with young adults and adults and she’s best at helping people look afterContinue reading “Damilola Vanessa Adelekan on Mindful Art Therapy, Benefits of Reading Books and Accountability”