The Lively Show
The Lively Show
Jan 14, 2021
TLS #345: Q+A: Manifesting Clear Eyesight + Body, Re-Visiting Old Patterns Anew & Podcasting Advice
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Welcome back to the Lively Show! It’s Chelsea here, the producer of the podcast and I’m excited to share with you the ins and outs of episode 345 with Jess!

In this episode, Jess answers 6 of the 36 questions received from all of you amazing souls within the Lively Community App!

A few questions Jess answers touch on choosing between high-paying jobs vs. loving what you do, re-visiting old patterns after doing the inner-work and how to listen to our inner voice instead of our ego.

My personal favorite is when Jess addresses the question of “what should I study in University if I want to make money?”. She gives a different perspective on why we may be following the path of “more money” in our lives.

In fact, we are actually trying to manifest something much larger than that, as money tends to flow once we find our “why”. But what is the best way to find our “why”? As Jess says, allowing ourselves to indulge in the blessed gift of living in the unknown and following our intuitions will result in our “why” coming to us. 

P.S.: Our Lively Community App has grown to a community of over 1,300 of you! Make sure to download the app now. Available through the app store on any mobile device 

What we discuss:

[00:59] Updates on our community

[05:48] Q1: The journey of manifesting the dream body experience

[21:59] Q2: High-paying jobs Vs loving what you do

[32:23] Q3: Visiting old patterns post inner-work

[36:10] Q4: Listening to our inner voice Vs our ego

[50:28] Q5: Advice on how to start a podcast

[51:16] Q6: Updates on Jess’ eyesight after trying to correct it without glasses

 

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Almost 30
Almost 30
Lindsey Simcik
Ep. 404 - Receiving: How Productivity Keeps Us From the Life We Want
Almost 30 has gone through a lot of growth lately! We launched our membership, did a complete rebrand, and built out entirely new systems. And as that all settled, Krista’s first thought was: What’s next? But it is so, SO important that we make time and space to receive from all of the hard work that we put in. We can get so caught up in the manifesting and the goal-setting that we forget to actually enjoy the fruits of our labor. Receiving and expressing gratitude are huge parts of manifesting, and we have to be able to receive all the things we’re striving for. We talk about: The focus in our culture on productivity - and how we can get out of it How to work on your unconscious beliefs to support your ability to receive  Understanding the importance of receiving How to feel what it feels like receiving in your body Being present and paying attention to your life and why it’s important Find more to love at http://almost30.com/ (almost30.com)! Sponsors: FLEX | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off $15 purchase (3-month supply) https://flexfits.com/pages/almost30?utm_source=offline&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=almost30&utm_content=180305_lauren_interview (flexfits.com/almost30) HUM Nutrition | Receive 20% off first orders of $29+ with code ALMOST30 at https://www.humnutrition.com/get_started (https://www.humnutrition.com/get_started) Kin Euphorics Receive 15% off PLUS Free Shipping on your order. Go to http://kineuphorics.com/ALMOST30 (KINEUPHORICS.com/ALMOST30) or use code ALMOST30 at checkout  Imperfect Foods | 20% off PLUS free shipping at https://www.imperfectfoods.com/ (imperfectfoods.com) with offer code ALMOST30 Almost 30 is edited by http://crate.media (Crate Media)
50 min
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Manifestation Babe
Kathrin Zenkina
(#207) Motherhood, multimillion dollar empires, and manifestation with Reese Evans
Hello, my gorgeous souls! I am so excited about today's interview because I am bringing to you the Reese Evans, fellow manifestation queen and quantum leap empress. Reese is the founder of a ridiculously successful coaching empire called Yes Supply. Reese is actually someone I met back in 2017 when we were both in the more beginning stages of our businesses. She actually took an NLP certification with my husband, Brennan, and ever since then, I have been watching her from afar. She is on her way to hitting her first multiple six-figure month, and this shows what is possible for all of us. Now, Reese is a brand new mom and is raising the cutest little boy as she continues her work changing people's lives all over the world. Reese Evans is a mindset & abundance coach, and creator of the YES SUPPLY METHOD. She is on a mission to teach the world the power of the subconscious mind, energetics, and universal laws to create the life you're truly meant to live. Reese spent most of her life riddled with limiting beliefs, negative self-talk, and saying no to herself for far too long. Everything changed when she realized that the magic was in saying YES and truly going after her dreams. She began to embody this in every area of her identity, beliefs, and energy, and everything she dreamed of began to manifest! By working with the power of the subconscious mind, with coaching techniques like neuro-linguistic programming, hypnotherapy, emotional freedom techniques tapping, and energy work, she’s found the formula to make incredible change permanent and is now on a mission to spread the of our powerful message to as many people as she can. She now trains hundreds of people in her YES SUPPLY METHOD Coaching Certification to create a massive positive impact as a mindset, manifestation, relationship & business coaches by equipping them with the tools they need to help more people release what’s holding them back and create quantum leaps in their lives. In this episode, we talk all about the importance of saying YES! If you or someone you know has had similar breakthroughs be sure to tag me @manifestationbabe and Renee @yessupply on Instagram and share this episode with your community to spread the word! I am curious to hear all about your experience. Also, be sure to leave a review on iTunes in order to receive a free manifestation hypnosis. Just screenshot it before submitting and email it to my team at hello@manifestationbabe.com and I will see you in the next episode. In This Episode You Will Learn : Reese’s story (4:57) About stabilizing beliefs (18:17) About purpose and identity (28:40) Reese’s incredible birthing journey (33:26) Questions We Answer: When did Reese realize that there is more out there for her? (12:17) Where does Reese get her level of confidence? (23:06) How has motherhood been for Reese? (47:47) What is next for Reese and YES SUPPLY? (52:00) Links/Resources Reese’s Website Connect w/ Reese on Instagram The Manifestation Babe Shop Manifestation Babe Links Follow me on Instagram Join our Manifestation Babe community! Visit our website! Download Transcript
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Girlboss Radio
Girlboss Radio
Girlboss Radio
Sasheer Zamata on the Power of Creating Your Own Content
Sasheer Zamata is a comedian, actress, and writer. She has not only broken into the entertainment industry—but into the notoriously cut throat world of comedy. You may have seen her flash her comedic style as a cast member on Saturday Night Live. She also made many comedy best-of lists, including Cosmopolitan, 13 Funny Women to Watch, and Timeout New York's top 10 funniest women in NYC.  Sasheer is booked and busy: She's appeared on The Late Night with Stephen Colbert, Netflix's The Last O.G., Hulu's Woke, as well as in films like The Weekend and I Feel Pretty with Amy Schumer. She's also performed at places like Bonnaroo, South by Southwest, New York Comedy Festival, and so many others. Her stand-up special, Pizza Mind, is available on Amazon Prime, and she is one half of the podcast Best Friends, with Nicole Byer, her BFF, and host of Nailed It!.  If that wasn't enough, she also serves as the celebrity ambassador for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and works with the Women's Rights Project.  In today's episode with Sophia, Sasheer talks about why she decided to break into comedy after college, why she doesn't believe in getting a big break, and why there's no better time than now to be a content creator. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL  Follow Sasheer on Instagram at @thesheertruth and Twitter at @thesheertruth Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl
You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl
Ashley Stahl
[LOVE] Ep. 164 How to Follow Your Heart w/Leyla Salvade
Do you make decisions from your mind or your heart? This week, Ash talks with Leyla Salvade, a love coach and heart guide all about how to follow your heart. She shares 3 steps to understanding and using the heart in life. Have you felt your body say “no” but you say “yes” anyway? Leyla and Ash talk through why this is and how you can step into following your heart and your intuition more fully. Leyla shares an exercise you can do each morning to tap into your heart. Going through a breakup or loss of love is painful. Leyla shares a unique and transformational perspective on what is happening within you and how to navigate forward. Whether you are going through heartbreak or are living in a loving relationship, Leyla has a great amount of wisdom to share, you don’t want to miss this episode! In This Episode, You Will Learn: * The path to reconnecting with your innate compass within you. * The connection between your heart and your intuition. * How the heart functions energetically. * The difference between a heartmate and a wound made. Where You Can Find Leyla Salvade: https://leylasalvade.com/ IG: @standinglight Promotion: Want to upgrade your health? Visit organifi.com/youturn and enter code YOUTURN to get 20% off at check out! Here are some of Ash’s favorite goodies to put in your next coffee, tea, water or smoothie: ✨Pure Powder: Lion’s Main extract, aloe vera and ginger extract are just a few of the superfoods packed into this powder to improve your mental clarity and overall brain health. 🥬Green Powder: Packed with spirulina, chlorella, and ashwagandha, to increase your immunity and aid your digestive tract. 🍦Vanilla or Chocolate Protein Powder: A soy-free, dairy-free, 100% vegan protein that tastes like a milkshake and yet is packed with amino acids and MCT’s to speed up metabolism, quench cravings and improve recovery. 🌟Gold powder- A yummy anti-inflammatory superfood powder packed with reishi mushrooms, turmeric, cinnamon and magnesium to support restful relaxation and recovery. Promotion: Visit YouTurnBook.com to get a copy of Ashley’s NEW book— You Turn: Get Unstuck, Discover Your Direction & Design Your Dream Career! With your early order of this book you can gain access to a FREE bundle of courses with more than 25 hours of content on money mindset, launching a side hustle and life purpose. Enter a picture of your book receipt at ashleystahl.com/claimbundle to gain access to the free courses while you can! They’re valued at more than $2,500 and have been gifted for FREE from some of Ashley’s favorite self help leaders!
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How to Love Your Body
How to Love Your Body
The Body Love Society
Ep 147 – But what if losing weight would help my knee pain/ blood work?
Welcome to How to Love Your Body - on today’s episode we are going to be talking about “weight loss for health / weight loss to relieve physical pain.” We get this question a lot - It seems as though people want to justify their weight loss if it’s for health - so let’s talk about this.  No matter what the reason is for wanting to lose weight - dieting/ pursuing weight loss doesn’t work for 80-95% of the population. This means that if you are focusing on weight loss to improve blood work or reduce knee pain you have the same chance of losing weight and keeping it off as you do if you were pursuing weight loss to change your body size. Your body can't tell the difference if you are dieting to get a smaller waistline or dieting for health. Even though this is the case about the pursuit of weight loss - we want to share 3 points on why pursuing weight loss isn't the answer but what you can do instead. 1. No one is saying weight loss wouldn’t help BUT how will you do that? Just because we aren’t in favor of PURSUING weight loss doesn’t mean we don’t think it could be helpful - maybe some weight loss could help bloodwork? Who knows ? Maybe weight loss could reduce knee pain? Who knows? THE POINT - even if weight loss may help - how are you going to pursue weight loss, keep it off, and live a sustainable life with a healthy mindset around food and your body? Because from the looks of it - our past is a pretty good indicator that diets don’t work and most of the time - we end up heavier after we pursue a diet. In this situation, trying to lose weight for health reasons doesn’t really justify pursuing weight loss this time around. You’ll find yourself obsessing over food, feeling restricted, and in a constant battle with your mind. Do you see how pursuing weight loss will actually backfire? Do you see how it will actually do the opposite of what your intention was to begin with - which was to improve your health. But all of that doesn’t not seem good for your health. Agree? We aren’t being negative Nancies over here - we just want to give it to you straight - in our next point we will share what you CAN do to improve health without the pursuit of weight loss and rigid dieting. 2. Losing fat doesn’t improve blood work, it’s not the weight loss, it's the behaviors that come with the weight loss - moving your body, eating nourishing foods may have you see health improvements, but it’s short term!! It doesn’t work long term and there are so many negative side effects to rigid dieting. SO without the focus on weight loss here are positive health behaviors that can help - strengthening your muscles, stretching, moving your body in ways you enjoy, adding/ eating nourishing foods AND not restricting any other foods, enjoying life (having fun, connecting with friends/ family) , de-stressing, sleeping more, prioritizing your mental health, going to physical therapy, meditating, working on positive self-talk, going to regular doctor visits (advocating for yourself ie. asking to not be weighed if you don’t want to be, working with doctors that support IE/ HAES (or at least are open to it). You are not limited to this list - there are so many other ways to focus on your true genuine health without the focus on weight loss). 3. If you have been told by your doctor to lose weight to improve x health issues - Ask your doctor about what else you can do other than focus on weight. If weight loss were the “fix” to all health issues - people who do lose weight / people who live in thinner bodies wouldn’t have health issues - but as we know that’s far from the truth - you can lose weight and be in a thinner body and have any health risk/ issues a person in a larger body has and vice versa. A couple of amazing doctors to follow on Instagram who are aligned with this message is @fatdoctorUK and @drjoshuawolrich. There are doctors that stand for HAES, there are alternatives to focusing on weight. It’s breaking down the belief systems that we have been taught from diet culture and knowing there is another way to actually care for our health and there are professionals who stand behind it all! It’s not just us sharing our opinion - it’s backed up by legitimate experts and the science proves it too. So the question for you is- how can you incorporate/ add positive health behaviors into your life and challenge your doctor/ team up with your doctor to create ways in which to honor your health without the diagnoses of weight loss? Remember this is about adding to your life! Also we have an exciting announcement  - Our film is now on YOUTUBE - so you’ll be able to easily share it! You can go here to access the film and share it - at bit.ly/tblsdoc Doors close to our app The UnDiet Collective March 1st! See you next week!
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The Balanced Blonde // Soul On Fire
The Balanced Blonde // Soul On Fire
Jordan Younger
Ep 224 ft. Lily Ashwell: Intuitive Astrology, Lyme Healing, & Our Heavenly Bodies
Lily Ashwell is an intuitive astrologer, artist, healer, and a dear friend of Jordan’s. She is a fellow Lyme warrior who has been by Jordan’s side through much of their healing journeys. She created her Heavenly Bodies intuitive astrology deck in the thick of her darkest times with Lyme disease, after walking away from her past career as a fashion designer and shop owner (many of you in Los Angeles will remember her beautiful shop in Venice). As she so eloquently describes in the episode, her deck became a vehicle to channel her purest form of self, and that emotional density is so present once you touch her beautiful card deck. Her ethereal aesthetic resonates with Jordan so deeply. We reflect on our medicinal mission to heal and the spiritual awakenings we both shared during our intense water fast retreat when we solidified our friendship. She also talks about her positive experience with Bee Venom therapy and how she’s learned to see the gifts of her chronic illness.  We love how Lily has harnessed powerful lessons from her dark night of the soul into something so poetic and beautiful. Her brave decision to leave a relationship and job no longer serving her, and throw her heart into this beautiful project is such an inspiration for those struggling to find their purpose. She’s a self-taught ‘astrology school dropout,’ but lives and breathes this energy so effortlessly — astrology is literally etched in her face! This episode will definitely pique your curiosity for the cosmos. You’ll learn so much about the significance of your Saturn Return, the moon/sun signs, and the different Houses. Her readings are spot on and I’m so excited for you all to get to know her and her brand, Heavenly Bodies, and watch her evolve in the spiritual space. To celebrate Lily’s beautiful journey, we’re offering a giveaway of her astrology deck.  To enter: Rate and review this podcast on iTunes and email me a screenshot at jordan@thebalancedblonde.com Follow https://www.instagram.com/lilyashwell/?hl=en (@lilyashwell)  + https://www.instagram.com/tbbpodcast/?hl=en (@tbbpodcast) on Instagram Thanks to https://drinkolipop.com/ (Olipop) for sponsoring this episode. This natural fizzy pop brand has only 2-5 grams of sugar and all the nostalgic childhood flavors your heart desires. Receive 25% off + free shipping on their variety packs by going to https://drinkolipop.com/pages/variety-pack-landing (drinkolipop.com/blonde )or simply use the code BLONDE at checkout. Thanks to https://www.kineuphorics.com/products?utm_source=affiliate&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=blonde&utm_term=21 (Kin Europhics) for sponsoring this episode. Jordan loves to sip on this amazing range of mood-boosting, non-alcoholic beverages with friends. Join the Kin club and head to https://www.kineuphorics.com/products?utm_source=affiliate&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=blonde&utm_term=21 (kineuphorics.com/blonde) to receive 15% off + free shipping on your next purchase. Or simply use the code, BLONDE, at checkout.  Thanks to https://www.gomacro.com/ (GoMacro) for sponsoring this episode. These are the only protein bars that Jordan eats and it’s easy to see why! It’s a family-owned company dedicated to providing raw, clean, and totally delicious snacks without harming the environment. Go to https://www.gomacro.com/ (gomacro.com )and use the code, BLONDE, at checkout for 30% off + free shipping for any order over $50.  To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/ (http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/) Resources: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lilyashwell/?hl=en (@lilyashwell) Website: http://www.lilyashwell.com/ (www.lilyashwell.com) Website:https://www.thebalancedblonde.com/ ( thebalancedblonde.com) Store: https://www.thebalancedblonde.podia.com/ (thebalancedblonde.com/shop) Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/thebalancedblonde/ (...
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The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style
The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style
Shannon Ables
301: The Courage to Live Fully & Deeply: 7 Ideas to Put into Practice for a Life of True Contentment
"People can change and be happy from this moment onward . . . the problem is not one of ability, but of courage." —from the book The Courage to Be Disliked by Ichiro Kishimi and Fumitake Koga "As long as one keeps searching, the answers come." American folk singer Joan Baez certainly narrows down succinctly and accurately the practice of finding our way; however, along the way toward the revelation of the answers, we must be courageous enough to feel uncomfortable for portions of the journey as well as capable of homing in on the gems of wisdom and letting go of needing to be agile when trying something new in our lives. The answers come to those who accept moments of clumsiness, frequent stumbles, nights and days of ambiquity and confusion because embracing anything new, trying anything new which speaks to what we are seeking and trying to understanding will require a beginner's mind. Learning to walk required of each of us even though we don't remember (but I truly think it would help if we could) numerous stumbles, falls forward and backward, sometimes temporarily causing pain to our face, knees and bottoms. But we don't remember this because we needed to learn how to walk to participate fully in the life we had no clue awaited us. Keep such an analogy in mind as you choose to continue to search for your answers. I too have to remind myself of the toddler parallel, and as I grow older and hopefully not only in age, but in wisdom, I become more and more grateful for each challenge. One of the most valuable development skills the book argues a parent can teach their child is how to overcome challenges, and that can only happen by letting them navigate through tasks which appear difficult to them, but easy for us - tying shoes for example. While appearing easy to the adult, the child must start with such challenges in order to be confident enough to navigate through more difficult challenges as their life unfolds. Again another axiom comes to mind, "Life doesn't get easier, we just become better equipped to handle well the challenges when presented." However, the caveat is we must keep stepping through the challenges and not settling and unconsciously ignoring them. Life will always present dilemmas, quandaries and moments of difficulty; it is our choice to try to understand how to navigate through such situations. We are the director of our lives, and it is up to us to direct ourselves to the wisdom necessary, learn said wisdom and apply it. Today, I am excited to share with you a handful of insights the book The Courage to Be Disliked taught me (there are soooooo many more - I highly recommend reading the book). On the surface, each is easy to comprehend, but the first time we put the practice into use, it may be difficult. With time and consistent effort however, the practice will become habituated and before we realize it, our lives, our everyday lives and the longview of our lives, will change for the better. Let's take a look at the list. 1.Let go of competing with the world Seeking to be superior in comparison with other people is a denial of our own journey and our true selves. As I will share in #5 below, we each have a unique something to contribute positively to the larger world, but when we consume ourselves with 'proving' ourselves in competition of any sort, we step away from self-growth and discovery of our unique talents and gifts. The only healthy form of competition "comes from one's comparison with one's ideal self". Refrain from 'gaining status or honor', in other words, approval from the outside world. Instead, invest in being yourself. Invest in self-growth and discovery and let go of competition - anything preoccupied with winning and losing as "it will invitably get in the way". 2. The meaning we give the events in our life journey determines its quality "We determine our own lives according to the meaning we give to those past experiences. Your life is not something that someone gives you, but something you choose yourself, and you are the one who decides how you live." The life truth I have seen again and again and more vividly as I grasped its true meaning is if we argue enough for our limitations, we get to keep them and they become our reality. Not because the limitations are truth, but because we made them true by accepting them. 3. Know your tasks and let others tend to theirs Described as Separation of Tasks, knowing what is our individual responsibility and what are the responsibilities of others not only will alleviate and remove much stress and worry, it will also improve our interpersonal relationships. In The Courage to Be Disliked, they use the example of a romantic partnership: "You believe in your partner; that is your task. But how that person acts with regard to your expectations and trust is other people's tasks . . . intervening in other people's tasks and taking on other people's tasks turns one's life into something heavy and full of hardship." In other words, knowing the boundaries of what is your task and what is the task of others will eliminate unnecessary worry and suffering, and it will also make life, as the book describes, far more simple and enjoyable to live. 4. Let go of the outcome The Alderian psychology way is to not cure the symptoms regarding when one exhibits a lack of self-confidence - what happened in the past, not dwelling on what brought you to this point - but rather accept yourself as you are now and find the courage to step forward letting go of the outcome which is what causes the fear. We are fearful because we don't know how it will all work out. 5. Find what you can positively contribute to the greater world and the need to be 'accepted' or 'liked' subsides "If you change your lifestyle—the way of giving meaning to the world and yourself—then both your way of interacting with the world and your behavior will have to change as well. Do not forget this point: One will have to change. You, just as you are, have to choose your lifestyle. It might seem hard, but it is really quite simple." "A way of living in which one is constantly troubled by how one is seen by others is a self-centered lifestyle in which one's sole concern is with the 'I'." The paradoxical truth reveals the freedom we can each attain when we let go of worrying about others liking us and instead focus on how to contribute well to the world. True contentment is found not by applause and approval from the outside world, but when we begin to look within and discover what we can uniquely give to the world which is a positive contribution. A positive contribution can be as simple as being a civil citizen of the world - obliging the city ordinance to shovel your sidewalk when it snows or stopping for pedestrians to cross the road. More grandly, it could be to dedicate your expertise and knowledge to develop a vaccine to curb the rise of a deadly virus. All along the spectrum, each of us hold gifts in which we can contribute positively to the community outside of us which leads us away from being solely concerned with the "I". 6. Reflect on your comments and/or judgments of others to discover your own truth "An adult, who has chosen an unfree way to live [i.e. living for the approval of the outside world], on seeing a young person [or any person for that matter] living freely here and now in this moment, criticizes the young as being hedonistic. Of course, this is a life-lie that comes out so that the adult can accept his own unfree life. An adult who has chosen real freedom himself will not make such comments and will instead cheer on the will to be free." A quick refresher, if we are judging, we are taking on someone else's task, so to begin with, let go of the judging; however, for the sake of this lesson which the book includes to further the need to separate tasks, I find it helpful to remind us when others' words or opinions sting or wound us, what they are sharing has nothing to do w…
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