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Aug 25, 2020

Are you living in your heart, or living in your head? If you’re spending more time in your head than in your heart, this week’s episode is perfect for you.

Sarah Blondin is an author and podcast host whose work has been translated into several languages and is in use in prison, recovery, and wellness programs. Her new book, HEART MINDED: How to Hold Yourself and Others in Love, tells us how we can get out of our heads and into our hearts to find our true selves and learn how to discover – and attain — what we truly need. 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What it means to become heart-minded.
  • How practicing “soul-itude” can help you find your heart center.
  • Why solitude can be challenging and how to practice it anyway.
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