March 9, 2015

Finding the Thread Of Our Deepest Desire with Jen Louden

Finding the Thread Of Our Deepest Desire with Jen Louden

In this episode Jen Louden returns to the show discuss telling stories, finding out what’s true for you,and uncovering the thread of our deepest desire Creative roadblocks and falling apart moments Overcoming our environments to...


In this episode Jen Louden returns to the show discuss telling stories, finding out what’s true for you,and uncovering the thread of our deepest desire


  • Creative roadblocks and falling apart moments
  • Overcoming our environments to reach our creative potential
  • Self trust and learning to choose what’s true for you
  • Storytelling lessons from the world of film 
  • The stories we tell ourselves and the narratives of our lives 
  • Crux moments and leveraging them in our stories 
  • Discovering the thread of our deepest desires 
  • The insidious nature of comparison in the internet culture 
  • Cultivating self awareness in being authentic 
  • Investigating your own life through the eyes of a detective 
  • Developing the patience for a lifetime body of work 
  • The question of what we’re wiling to give up


Quotes

Follow your bliss and bear it. But it’s going to burn. 

Our falling apart moments are about letting go. 


Resources

Woman’s Comfort Book: A Self-Nurturing Guide for Restoring Balance in Your Life

Mindset: The New Psychology of Success

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing


Jennifer Louden is a personal growth pioneer who helped launch the self-care movement with her first book The Woman’s Comfort Book. She’s the author of 7 additional books on well-being and whole living: The Couple’s Comfort Book, The Pregnant Woman’s Comfort Book, The Woman’s Retreat Book, Comfort Secrets for Busy Women (The Comfort Queen’s Guide to Life in hardcover), The Life Organizer, and A Year of Daily Joy. There are about million copies of her books in print in 9 languages. You can follow her on twitter @jenlouden

 

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