In this episode of The Art of Humanity, Jessica interviews Danielle LaPorte. Danielle is an invited member of Oprah’s Super Soul 100, a group who, in Oprah Winfrey’s words, “is uniquely connecting the world together with a spiritual energy that matters.
Named one of the “Top 100 Websites for Women” by Forbes, millions of visitors go to DanielleLaPorte.com every month for her #Truthbombs and what’s been called “the best place online for kickass spirituality.”
Danielle keeps it real on the spiritual journey and dishes out some White Hot Truth.
Jessica Ann talks with Rob Kandell who has spent the last sixteen years helping people reenergize their lives and build better relationships through more honest and authentic connection.
After building a successful consulting firm in San Francisco, he then co-founded OneTaste in 2004 with Nicole Daedone. Taking on the challenging task of bringing conscious sexuality to the mainstream market, Robert built the company from scratch to a high seven-figure international corporation. He left OneTaste in 2014 to start his own Consulting firm helping small businesses become marketable and profitable.
Bernhard’s blog “Piercing the Veil of Reality” is a wide-ranging collection of articles, films, and interviews/talks ranging from spirituality, shamanism, psychology, self-work, esotericism, history, to the paranormal and hyperdimensional realities. In this interview, Jessica Ann and Bernhard discuss how holistic healing can be applied to an array of spiritual paths.
Philip Shepherd is recognized as an international authority on embodiment. His unique techniques have been developed to transform our experience of self and world, and are based on the vision articulated in his celebrated books, New Self New World (2010) and Radical Wholeness (expected for release on Nov 2017).
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Welcome back to Season 3: Episode 22 of The Art of Humanity, where we explore creativity + consciousness to allow you and your business to evolve. In Episode 22, Jessica Ann talks with Zach Leary.
"Who are you today" is something that Ram Daas said to him back in the day. The whole idea of "be here now" have permeated our culture and part of the fabric of "being in the moment." But what does this do for our identity?
In Episode 21, Jessica Ann talks with tech ethicist David Ryan Polgar.
Polgar digs below the surface to examine our tech use from an ethical, legal, and emotional perspective. With a background as an attorney and an educator, along with experience working with social media companies, he is able to take a Multidisciplinary approach to our evolving use of technology.
In this interview, David and Jessica discuss: