Those of you who have been around listening for a while have undoubtedly heard me mention Tosha Silver and her book Outrageous Openness before. Maybe you've even listened to her first interview which was all the way back in the first 25 episodes of this show in 2015.
Either way! I'm excited to have her back to discuss her latest book, It's Not Your Money - the concepts of which can be applied to many besides money.
Her big truth was around not being able to say yes to everything and from there we got into authenticity, not in a buzz word way, in a connecting to your true self and being of service way.
We talked about why it's not your money, people's pain around money, and how to stop worrying about money for folks who do, which led to a conversation about what abundance actually is, how to ditch fear around money and becoming a conduit for flow.
We also talked about one of my favorite topics of late, what is not useful about the Law of Attraction, befriending the harsh judgmental parts of growth and healing, the relationship between reciprocity and deserving, how we handle loss and practices for letting go, and more.
It's a deep and winding conversation - I hope you love and look forward to hearing what resonates with you!
For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/319
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