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I have found that the best way to heal is to tell the truth of my own story and that the best way to help is to listen to another’s truth. Speaking our stories sets us free. Alive & Kicking is a podcast where I talk to people about their path of waking up to the truth of who they really are, what they really want and why they came here. What we learn is that the breakdowns we experience aren't failures; they're accelerators to the breakthroughs. And, what we thought of as our disasters was l ...
 
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An existential crisis can throw the average adult into a state of uncertainty at best and inner turmoil at worst. Kay's next guest, John Schieke, was just six years old when he started to ponder the deepest questions. As a child, he was mentally and emotionally ill-equipped to handle these queries and barely had the vocabulary to describe what he w…
 
In episode 41, Sarah Lindgren talks with Kay about how early trauma influenced so many of the decisions she made throughout her life. Until, that is, she became conscious of how healing can soothe the grooved patterns, opening her up to a life of greater freedom, self-compassion and wisdom. Now, she shares all that with others as a guide, teacher a…
 
Please note: This episode contains descriptions of violence, sexual abuse, alcoholism and drug use. In this episode of the podcast, Columbia native Catalina Osorio describes how her early life forged in her an "eat or be eaten" ethos that nearly destroyed her. She shares her journey out of the despair caused by a life of extreme violence and into t…
 
In this episode of Alive & Kicking, Lisa Stokke talks with Kay about being parented, parenting adults and the unique challenges of mothering in the age of awakening. As founder and Executive Director of Next 7, an organization that advocates for healthy food systems, Lisa has been working to bring awareness to the importance of organic and regenera…
 
Born in Memphis Tennessee to a navy captain father, Valerie Iron's early life was rich with travel, culture and experience. But despite her joy for that life, a journey into the dark night of the soul brought her to the brink of despair. Throughout, her core wound of unrequited love presented itself again and again leaving her feeling utterly alone…
 
After achieving the financial goals he set for himself by the time he was in his late 20s, Majid Zafer was looking at very early retirement. But the feeling he was chasing through accomplishment was fleeting, leaving him questioning everything he believed about life and success. Thus began his spiritual journey to live a purpose-filled life.…
 
Despite growing up in the suburbs, Sarah Richelle Starnes describes her formative years as wild, feral and imbued with nature. Her immersive relationship with the natural world expresses itself in myriad ways from her approach to her own education, the wisdom of the body, the power of animals to heal, an all-encompassing curiosity, a compassion for…
 
In celebration of the release of her second book Dear Human (available now) , Kay invites Ashley Livingston to ask her the questions she's been asking the Alive & Kicking guests. Kay Eck is the author of Dear Human and Divorce: A Love Story. For more info, please visit kayeck.com Buy Dear Human here: https://www.amazon.com/Dear-Human-Kay-Eck/dp/173…
 
Growing up poor but delightfully untethered, Todd Fink's most memorable educational and spiritual experiences happened in nature. It was there, in nature, that the seeds were planted for his unique approach to inquiry and understanding which views every issue and idea through three lenses -- the artistic, the scientific and the mythological. In his…
 
Growing up on an enlivened farm with her grandparents as guardians, no set religion other than cycles of nature, Taylor Godfrey's life was unconventional from the start. An early connection to her surroundings helped form an acute awareness of life itself. When intuition implored her to process her earlier years of sexual abuse, she had no other ch…
 
Dack Quigley had an unconventional, some would say near perfect, upbringing. His parents urged him to do whatever he wanted to do, celebrated his every choice and loved him unconditionally. As a result, success came easily to him -- lucrative career, committed relationship, home on the beach in Hawaii and plenty of friends. He had "won the game". B…
 
Sue Gaskell was born on the living room floor as the 10th of 11 children in Derbyshire, UK in 1946, and her life did not necessarily get less dramatic or difficult. She endured tragedies, breakdowns, and plenty of painful endings before realizing that the only one she could not find compassion for was herself. She committed to connecting with her a…
 
Born at four pounds and addicted to cocaine to a teen mother in trouble, Carmen Santiago-Keenon suffered a childhood filled with abandonment, danger and abuse. After being removed from her home, bouncing between foster care and facing potential placement in a group home, she was adopted into a faith-filled family that saw a small spark in need of k…
 
Having graduated from the prestigious Tisch School of the Arts at NYU, Max Friedstein believed his career as a professional dancer was about to begin. But a mysterious and debilitating medical condition created a detour that dramatically shifted his lifestream. Without a career, a relationship or a plan, the only way out was in. Learn more about Ma…
 
Growing up with immigrant parents in a small, homogenous midwestern town bonded sisters Tasha Gomes and Lisa Scott together in more ways than one. But it wasn't until Lisa left home to experience the wider world of college that they started to grow toward one another as both biological and soul sisters. One is mystical; one is pragmatic but their s…
 
Though his childhood in Sao Paulo, Brazil was rich in culture, art and community connection, Zon Carvalho felt called to a deeper spiritual experience. After years of chasing redemption from external sources, he found reclamation and his true power in self-love. Zon is a graphic and visual artist, passionate advocate for self-exploration and self-e…
 
Despite great loss and grief throughout her life, Amy Merritt chooses to lead with empathy, love, and deep compassion for others. Cultivating goodness out of a garden of challenge is her superpower. As a 500E-RYT yoga instructor, teacher, and mindfulness blogger, Amy specializes in gentle yoga, meditation, and yoga for Cancer Thrivers. She is avail…
 
High vibrational conscious artist Be Bradley has learned to speak only from what he knows. His honesty and openness regarding the dark aspects of human nature and the truth of the spiritual path have created an online support system for thousands. In this episode, Be shares his story of childhood abuse, adult responsibility, and how he has created …
 
Kirsten Barfoot arrived knowing she had a mission but felt held back, treated as an outsider as she moved as a child from South Africa to New Zealand to Australia. Throughout her life, the lens, or evidence procedure as she calls it, of unworthiness reappeared until she felt she had lost everything. At that moment, Kirsten realized she had everythi…
 
As a gregarious child whose parents didn't know quite how to raise her, Stephanie Martin had to learn to create the safe space to be herself, for herself. The skill she cultivated early on has served her family, clientele, and community ever since and made it possible for her to leap when she feels the universe pushing at her back. www.myomsweetom.…
 
Fred Burks' interesting ride on Planet Earth has been fueled by a clear understanding that his mission is to shine a light into the shadows, not to condemn but to heal. His journey has taken him into governmental and diplomatic circles. His spiritual path has taken him deep within. Now, he uses his considerable research skills to document the dark …
 
A loving home with attentive parents did not preclude writer Elizabeth Rago from facing crippling anxiety after a series of traumatic events rocked her family. Her ongoing recovery journey has forced her to take a hard look at her herself, develop strategies for living well in a threatening world and create an online platform to lift and support ot…
 
It makes sense that the dynamic Lexie Wilson would one day help individuals learn to disentangle themselves from toxic relationships. She first had to free herself from the controlling religion that had driven her familial ethos for multiple generations. That included forgiving her caregivers for not knowing how to help her through the early trauma…
 
For Jillian Bieritz - astrologer, stylist and yoga teacher - stepping into love has been a slowly evolving skill. Never feeling fully embodied, she turned to the rave scene and drugs at a young age at first to feel more and then to feel less. Meeting her now-husband marked a turning point that would carry her through the traumatic loss of her secon…
 
Recorded live on December 10th, 2020, returning guest Alexa Schill chats with Kay about children -- Who they are, what they need, what gifts they have come to share, what challenges they face, and what role they are playing in the ascension of humanity. Alexa Schill is the author of Harriet the Hippoyogamus a beautiful book that reminds children th…
 
Christine Howard's life-long cultivation of her awareness of the world beyond the physical helped her survive and heal a life of intense abuse and trauma. Through a sudden stint in the military, panic attacks in early adulthood, heartbreaking losses, and conscious uncoupling from her husband of many years, Christine was continuously being called to…
 
Caitlin Slade resonates with Theo Von's quote, "I was born with an uncomfortable spirit." As a brilliant home school success story, Caitlin pushed herself relentlessly toward academic achievement including an early graduation from high school and college at 16. But self-doubt and crippling anxiety led her into an ongoing battle with disordered eati…
 
Via Facebook Live on 11/11, Kay asks Aaron to help us understand the lives we are living right now through astrology, ancient yogic philosophy, breath awareness, earth mirrors, inner-insight, presence, and permaculture. Follow Aaron on Facebook at Seeds of Awakening, on Instagram, or connect with his many offerings including Life Path and Soul Refl…
 
Conscious entrepreneur and innovator Kevin Miles joins Kay to talk about how life as an Army brat, preacher's kid, college athlete, and Morehouse College grad informed his non-traditional views of spirituality and his drive to create economic opportunities for the Black community. Kevin Miles, MBA, is a professional entrepreneur with a passion for …
 
Just in time for Halloween, which happens to be her birthday, Christi Cousin joins us from New Orleans at the intersection of religious and psychic traditions. She says she was rigidly religious until the pressure of law school cracked her open to astrology and Feng Shui. Since then she's been merging the spiritual and the logical in her unique and…
 
Buckle up! Kay Eck and returning guest Matthew Patti talk about relationships and how the current climate has pressed them up to our noses! Matthew Patti is a visionary, futurist, modern mystic, and global leader in conscious business growth. He is the founder of Innerversal Academy™ and creator of the Zero Limits: Shape Your Best Life™ program. Fi…
 
As a child, Yolanda Lozano crisscrossed the US - Mexico border often enough that by the time she returned to this country permanently at the age of 16, she had little sense of language or culture and a lot of familiarity with upheaval. Her journey to know that the "mother within" was guiding her throughout helped her find a place of service and div…
 
Kay Eck and returning guest Diana Schieke meet at Kava Diem River Cafe in St. Charles, Illinois on September 30, 2020. Recorded with a live audience and live-streamed via Facebook. The topic of conversation this week: Surviving and thriving in the era of The Rabbit Hole. Diana Schieke is a certified, registered yoga instructor as well as a certifie…
 
Men's mental health and the true relationship between vulnerability and strength are just some of the important topics Brandon Courter discusses in this episode with Kay Eck. Undiagnosed learning disabilities and mental illness made it nearly impossible for Brandon to succeed in a traditional school setting. That and our culture's disordered obsess…
 
Kay Eck and returning guest Lisa Marie Trunkenbolz meet at Kava Diem River Cafe in St. Charles, Illinois on September 16, 2020. Recorded with a live audience and live-streamed via Facebook. On the docket: Life 2020-style and how we are maintaining equilibrium while surfing the deck on a rocking boat.…
 
Gerontologist and end of life doula Neda McGuire brings her willingness to talk about hard things to this conversation as we track her journey from her homeland in Iran through growing unrest leading up to the Iranian Revolution. The path that had her crisscrossing the globe, oftentimes to escape grave danger, sometimes without her family, engender…
 
Writer and local farm to table chef Quenby Schuyler joins Kay on this not to be missed 11th episode of Alive & Kicking. Quenby talks about the hard "smacks" life delivered along her route of learning to let go. Christian school educated, Quenby repeatedly sought stability in being "normal" until a life-threatening medical experience after the birth…
 
As an award-winning poet, nonfiction writer, and writing teacher, Thea Sullivan chased her career down all the predictable avenues until the voice of her intuition took her in a completely different direction. In this episode of Alive and Kicking: Stories of Waking Up, Kay Eck talks with fellow author, Thea, about her young life looking for meaning…
 
As a 24-year-old food activist, Boulder, Colorado transplant Lydia Stokke represents the next generation of conscious creators, bringing a fresh perspective of awakening in today's consumer culture. Lydia's childhood as the daughter of a food activist and founder of Next7.org was instrumental in launching her into her life's work as a sustainable f…
 
Growing up empathic with a strong sense of obligation, Sage Acharya's understanding of herself crumbled when she immigrated to the United States from London, England. With awareness and a great compassion towards herself and others, Sage talks about how her own childhood informs the conscious parenting of her American children and her relationships…
 
Ashley Livingston grew up in fear of not measuring up to the well-established standards of her family's Evangelical Christian faith. Today she talks to Kay Eck about the pain of rejecting her inner knowing and living a life that promised joy and peace but delivered little. Ashley shares the heartbreak of stepping off a path prescribed by others, th…
 
Modern permaculture educator Aaron Ogden joins Kay from his third-generation family homestead in Ojai, California, USA. They discuss wide-ranging topics including healing family legacies, the earth school, betrayal, love, spirituality, masculinity, femininity, and the gifts of intuition in this episode of Alive & Kicking. Away from the microphone, …
 
Children's author, yoga and meditation instructor Alexa Schill joins Kay Eck to talk about growing up with an abusive, schizophrenic parent, substance abuse, managing anxiety throughout life's stages and what our children have to teach us about living in a constant state of surrender. Alexa Schill is the author of Harriet the Hippoyogamus a beautif…
 
In the inaugural episode of Alive & Kicking, Kay Eck speaks with yoga teacher, studio owner, artist, writer and wildly-progressive being Lisa Trunkenbolz about her moment of awakening on the day she planned to take her own life. Lisa shares the trauma and insecurity that led to a path of recklessness that introduced her to drugs, alcohol and perilo…
 
From their locations in France and Australia, Kay Eck and Matthew Patti discuss awakening to live your best life. Matthew shares his own path from sport, to medicine, to quantum exploration and reminds us that we each are the "One Thing". Matthew Patti is a visionary, futurist, modern mystic, and global leader in conscious business growth. He is th…
 
Kay Eck talks with Diana Schieke about growing up in Germany and the U.S. and her personal experience of waking up. Kay and Diana discuss disordered eating, coming to peace with difficult feelings, and integrating friendships, family, mainstream culture, and the awakened life. Diana Schieke is a certified, registered yoga instructor as well as a ce…
 
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