Ep.015 Tuning into Your Truth & OWNING it with Shannon Algeo

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What is our individual role in the collective healing of the planet and what can we do about it? In this episode, we discuss the trauma / shadow that is rising up in our world today and what our role is in this collective & personal healing journeys.

Notes from Show:

Shannon Algeo is a speaker, coach, and inspirational teacher who helps thousands of people around the globe tune into their life’s purpose and activate transformative healing and career growth. He is the founder and host of the SoulFeed, the iTunes Top Podcast that is downloaded in over 160 countries. Shannon interviews inspirational leaders like Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Gabby Bernstein, and more. Shannon was named one of the “Nicest Instructors in New York City” by RateYourBurn for his work as a yoga teacher and his coaching intuition has been called a “gift to the wellbeing community.” He leads corporate mindfulness programs for companies like the global non-profit (RED) founded by Bono as well as several start up companies. In addition to giving talks for lululemon and Wanderlust, Shannon was invited to speak at the United Nations for the "Yoga and the UN Culture of Peace."

We talk about…

  • Living a life aligned with our truth

  • What is the difference between the “Truth” & my truth

  • Letting go of previous truths & allowing for evolution

  • Owning your WHY + being intentional that why

  • Practices to tune into your truth

  • The trap of the “comfort zone”

  • Owning the process of self-discovery

  • Cultivating faith in the face of chaos

  • The systems we live in and our role in healing ourselves & these systems

  • White supremacy, social activism, and our role in these systems

  • White privilege & spiritual bypassing

  • Using your voice & honoring the perspective of others

  • Mutual respect + opening our ears

  • When one is not well, none of us are well

  • Following / Paying WOC for emotional labor

  • Why am I not that mad?


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