In this though provoking episode we hear from Kayla Haber-Goldstein, who recants the untold story told in Midrash Le-Chanuka, of Chana, the daughter of the high priest Matisyahu (מַתִּתְיָהוּ הַכֹּהֵן בֶּן יוֹחָנָן) (~167 BCE) who risked herself and her dignity and set a series of events into motion that began the revolution that is now known as the story of Chanuka. Chana lived her truth and faced those around her, challenging them to do the same. A powerful story worthy of noting lessons learned and implementing into our lives.
We invite you to explore a passion for living with gratitude and the joy it brings us, as it can help to recover from depression and anxiety and became the foundation of good mental health practice. It has an impact on our day-to-day lives, and can enhance relationships, health and success. While some have skepticism about gratitude being ‘toxic positivity’, it’s a choice we make and a tool we can use, not a forcing mechanism. We wish more people would cultivate gratefulness and see the transformation in their life.
In this heartfelt and personal episode, Matana shares her experiences and reflections on recent events in Israel, including the conflict and war. She emphasizes the significance of checking in with one’s emotions and needs, expressing empathy, and choosing love and kindness in the face of adversity.
Since my early twenties I struggle with communication, with true listening, that’s why for the past 3 years my yearly […]Read more
In this podcast episode, we are privileged to engage in a deeply moving conversation with Molly Jackson, focusing on resilience, grief, hope, and finding inspiration amidst profound loss. Molly shares her heart-wrenching experience of losing her daughter Lucy, who tragically passed away after choking on an apple. We delve into the immediate aftermath of Lucy’s passing, the heartbreak, and the intense grief that followed. We explore the complexities of grief, the differences in coping mechanisms, and the transformative power of sharing one’s story.
It’s usually the most cliched, age-old sayings which hold true significance and stand the test of time. That’s why I […]Read more
Often, when people or children don’t adhere to a certain belief, it can feel like rejection. However, it’s important to […]Read more
Giselle van Lux, based in Berlin, Germany, is blessed from birth with the unique ability to see and feel energy, in words, both thought or spoken and can transform energies in seconds for an uplifting personal growth. This gift enables her to directly “read” energy signatures. She works as a consciousness coach, helping clients work on their energies and realize the power of words in order to manifest the best versions of themselves .
Last week, I came across a statement that left me contemplating the meaning of being a true friend. It asserted […]Read more