In Episode 13 of The Soul’s Work Podcast, Janice and her very special guest (and partner in life), Bruno Nunes, get deep into discussing the topic of romantic relationships. Listen in as they talk about four common challenges in relationships — communication and empathy, authenticity, vulnerability, and overcoming social/gendered expectations — and reflect on some ways that partners can nurture a relationship while staying true to themselves.
*Please keep in mind that we do speak through the lens of being in a gender-normative, heterosexual relationship in this episode.
In Episode 12 of The Soul’s Work Podcast, Janice reflects on the podcast’s journey thus far, and reveals what’s up and coming for the show. For this episode’s featured topic, Janice discusses the contrast between our spiritual egos and our higher selves. She uses her own personal examples to illustrate how the ego can distract us from living our most authentic life, and how “meeting” and continuously reconnecting with her higher self has resulted in deeper self-love and the empowerment to make more authentic life decisions.
To go directly to the featured topic, jump ahead to 11:15.
In Episode 10 of The Soul’s Work Podcast, Janice dives into the topic of spiritual bypassing, and explains why the prevalent “feel good, vibe high” and law of attraction teachings in the spiritual/self-development spaces are not enough in: 1) addressing the complex challenges and social barriers that people face in trying to create the life that they want; and 2) promoting a comprehensive “spiritual toolbox” to help equip people in their spiritual development journeys.
In Episode 9 of The Soul’s Work Podcast, Janice offers listeners a goody bag filled with her top fave podcasts, websites/blogs, books, and videos for spiritual and self-development inspiration!
In Episode 8 of The Soul’s Work Podcast, Janice and Phil Tieu — engineer, doggy daycare owner, musician, photographer, videographer, among other things! — dive into the topic of valuing time and how to prioritize what’s really important to us every day.
Phil also shares how he’s learned to manage the emotional highs and lows of living with bipolar disorder, by practicing Stoicism.