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The YogiDetox Transformation with Grace Edison

The YogiDetox experience is one that involves complex emotions and challenges. While its rewards can be astounding, it is definitely not an easy journey. Grace Edison explains that before her detoxing experiences, she was not in touch with her emotions and their influence over her actions. Subconsciously experiencing an emotional trigger would lead to her eating comfort food without understanding why. A detox from things we are addicted to can aid us in realizing why we actually seek these comforts in the first place. Grace and Carly discuss that YogiDetox is not...

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Intermittent Fasting For Yogis

Intermittent fasting for Yogis

Intermittent fasting is more than a way to eat. It is a lifelong journey of refining and creating space in your mind and your body. Cate used to experience challenges with her weight, food sensitivities, and her overall health. In our modern complex world, we often feel stressed, rushed and overwhelmed. Through intermittent fasting, Cate discovered a way to bring back a rhythm into her life that allows her to do so much more with much less. Cate and Jessica discuss how establishing a regular rhythm in our diets allows...

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Permaculture and Conscious Evolution of the Human Species on Planet Earth with Maddy Harland

Today Maddy Harland and I dive deep into some fascinating conversation on permaculture, the sustainability of Planet Earth and conscious evolution of the human species. Maddy is the editor and co- founder of England’s Permaculture Magazine and the author of Fertile Edges: Regenerating Land, Culture and Hope. We discuss permaculture, human growth and consciousness as a paradigm shift, sustainability, and interconnectivity. We talk about the awakening of human beings to the climate crisis and all the positive, life enhancing and creative ways of living that can reverse the disintegration of...

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How long does it take to Dial in Ayurveda Habits?

On today’s podcast with Alex Biondo, we look at how long it takes to dial in our Ayurvedic habits and why it’s important that we create these lifelong routines for ourselves. Many of us who participate in detoxes, cleanse groups, or my Body Thrive group, know what it is like to experience the light, clear, balanced feelings that come from eating cleanly and taking care of our bodies on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. But what happens when we aren’t a part of a detox or Body Thrive group?...

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Why We Need Accountability Partners

Jessica Graham Robinson and Neve Grace Fletcher share their experiences having accountability partners in a group setting and why this can be so crucial and life changing. The women share their stories about meeting each other and working together one on one to help shift each others perspectives, let go of old habits, and transform into more radiant versions of themselves. If you find yourself in a new situation where you are hoping to grow and uplevel yourself, having a buddy in this process is invaluable! An accountability partner is...

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[Vision Quest] Schedule Your Clairvoyance

In the last post I started the story of the October Yogidetox Vision Quest weekend with Winston. When we emerge from a reset experience like the Yogidetox, we have a new momentum. We have clear vision. We know what habits we want to keep up. We know which habits we want to shape us. When we do this with other people we can support each other’s momentum. You know how good you can feel. You know what to do to feel your own greatest, your own clarity, and to build deeper strength. This...

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What the Millennials are Bringing to Ayurveda with Nadya Andreeva and Alicia Diaz

I rap with Nadya Andreeva and Alicia Diaz about how in particular the Millennials will evolve the future of Ayurveda. Ayurveda is a perennial wisdom tradition kept alive by the current generations and escorted into the future. What you’ll get out of tuning in   What Millennials are bringing to the conversation Do the Millennials have the patience to dive deep enough to understand and digest Ayurveda? Personal empowerment and the ease of Millennials on the dharmic path Links from the Conversation about Millennials The Code of the Extraordinary Mind: 10 Unconventional...

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Coming of Age in the Monastery with Kung Fu Master Yuan Jing

As a young boy, Kung Fu Master Yuan Jing has learnt to live the life of a monk. Born in an impoverished village in China, he and his younger brother were among the fortunate ones since they were chosen at a young age to live in the Shaolin Temple to become masters in Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Meditation. He has lived the life of a monk since he was a boy waking at 5:30 a.m. to the routine of meditation, training and discipline. The temple is located high in the...

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