Episode 65- How can we make our love relationships last and remain successful longterm? In this episode, we get some real and fresh insight into the question of making true love last from Matt and Terce Engelhart, founders of Cafe Gratitude & Gracias Madre & Be Love Farm. These two people have been married for a long time and given their lives to embody Love to the highest degree. We talk about letting the ego die and abandoning all expectations in order to be a servant to Love. Hear Matt and Terce tell us their tips, tricks and fresh takes on everything about everlasting Love.
Episode 64- Do you believe we are collectively evolving toward a new paradigm and expanded consciousness? In this episode, Jenna and Amber discuss this topic with Joe Martino, founder of the digital platform Collective Evolution. Joe Martino has built an epic alternative media empire that is spreading many revolutionary truths into a sleeping world, and we couldn't be more fascinated to hear how he has pulled it off. Hear Joe's own story of awakening and how he started Collective Evolution. Joe gives us major insight into what it is like to be living life on the cutting edge of the alternative news media in an age of shifting consciousness
Episode 63- You have surely heard of your chakras, but do you know how to rock them? In this episode, we get into this spectrum of energy portals that exist within us with founder of Uplifted Yoga, Brett Larkin, trying to understand how each chakra has both physical and emotional aspects. When one of these energy centers is out of balance within us, we can heal ourselves by working out potential emotional and energetic causes for our symptoms, and using tools (like yoga, food, color or meditation) to bring our own energies back into equilibrium.
Episode 62- We all know that human induced climate change is putting our planet at risk of becoming unable to support life. However, what we don't all know yet is that a simple and beautiful solution exists to this problem in our soil. Through "regenerative agriculture", farmers can actually pull carbon out of the atmosphere (where it is causing problems) and back into the soil where it belongs and will make our crops more nutrient dense. On this episode, we talk to Ryland Engelhart, champion for change, and founder of Kiss the Ground, about how we can make a difference.