Why it’s absolutely important to set Clear Boundaries in all aspects of our lives – Episode 44

What are boundaries? How and where do we need to create them? And why are they so very important? This episode, spurred by a Goddess Card, is all about setting clear boundaries in various aspects of our lives.

Embracing Reckless Adventure While Being Practical with Travel and Yoga Blogger Namita Kulkarni – Episode 37

I’ve interviewed Travel and Yoga Blogger, Namita Kulkarni, who has been pivoting into different paths that bring her joy for many years now. Listening to this episode will leave you feeling incredibly inspired to bravely follow your excitement and passion.

Meditation: Releasing Blocks to Manifest Your Greatest Desires – Episode 34

Through the guided imagery in this meditation practice, you will identify blocks to manifestation, and melt them away. Gently, powerfully and with love.

Feel Good Mashup – A Sampler Platter of Snippets from Various Episodes – Episode 30

If you’ve just discovered The Feel Good Factor Podcast, then this episode is a great way to get a feel for the kind of conversations and topics featured on it.

Listening to your Inner Voice to Find your Purpose with Smitha Hemadri – Episode 23

From being an IT project manager to becoming a vegan baker and finally transitioning into a holistic life coach, Smitha Hemadri shares her journey about finding her life’s path.

Developing a Culture of Collaboration in Conscious Business Communities with Rheea and Samyukta – Episode 22

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, artist, content creator, or just someone who resonates with the idea of ethical collaboration, this smoothly flowing conversation between Rheea, Samyukta and me is sure to inspire ideas, evoke faith in a new business paradigm and uplift you.

Pain to Purpose: Flipping Divorce on its Face with Shasvathi Siva – Episode 13

When life threw a challenge her way in the form of a difficult marriage, she not only quickly figured out how she would get out of it, but also how she could help other people, women in particular, who were in a similar situation.