transformation

232.Bob Wisdom: Deepening into Spirit + Living a Juicy Life

Bob Wisdom is a true Renaissance man, actor, artist, musician, storyteller and world travelling transformation agent.
He graces each of his diverse screen roles with a powerful, profound and cool presence– from his commercial hits to his bold and proactive performances in a variety of new features. He starred on HBO’s The Wire, generating wide critical praise. He appeared in The Hawk is Dying at the Sundance Film Festival, starring Paul Giamatti, Michelle Williams and Michael Pitt. In addition, he had a pivotal role in the Oscar-Award winning film Ray starring Jamie Foxx.

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231.Mojo Pleasure Principles

Welcome to Truth + Tequila!
These episodes are dedicated to answering any and all questions you have navigating the areas of spirit, sex and of course, igniting your mojo. AND every so often they are here to offer you a nugget or two of pure unadulterated mojo….and today’s episode is just that.
Today’s conversation is inspired by one of the modules in the Rock Your Mojo Mentorship curriculum. It’s an important and juicy one…it’s all about PLEASURE.

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227.Are You Stuck in Survival Mode?

Welcome to Truth + Tequila!
These episodes are dedicated to answering any and all questions you have navigating the areas of spirit, sex and of course, igniting your mojo. AND every so often they are here to offer you a nugget or two of pure unadulterated mojo….and today’s episode is just that.
Today is inspired by a conversation I recently had with the ladies in the Rock Your Mojo Mentorship program.

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215.You are Frequency In Motion

It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday! This week is a special episode to share about an exclusive one time only event happening at the end of the month….it’s MOJOLICIOUS! Interested to know your thoughts…drop a rating and review and feel free to share the episode on your socials too.

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Lisa Haisha: Find Your Authentic Self, Soulblazing and Your Imposters

Lisa Haisha is a life coach, author, transformational speaker, TV host and avid traveler, with an MA in Spiritual Psychology. Her fascination with people has taken her to over 60 countries, where she worked in everything from boardrooms to yurts helping people make shift happen in their lives. Much of this humanitarian work can be found on her website whispersfromchildrenshearts.org. She also the Chair(wo)man of Silicon Valley’s Pitch Global L.A. chapter and frequently work with entrepreneurs helping them manifest change.

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Three Truths to Access Your Mojo

It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!
Today, for you, I’ve got some #mojotruth to share.
Today, for you, is less a question and more of a celebration. It’s inspired by a conversation in the group chat from the ladies in my Rock Your Mojo Mentorship Program. Every Monday I send them a #MojoMonday message to kick the week off on the Mojo side of the street. And this week, they chimed in with some messages that made this MojoMama proud.

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Transformation NEEDS to Be Painful, Pt. 2

It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!
If you’re new here, you might not know that I run a mentorship program for women….the Rock Your Mojo Mentorship program. One of the many fabulous things included in it is a two day retreat that happens twice a year called: The Embodiment Retreat. And this week’s episode is PART TWO to a question that came up on the most recent Embodiment Retreat (listen to part one HERE). After one of the embodiment practices, one of the women asked: Why do some of the practices have to be so uncomfortable? A couple other women nodded their heads….and on today’s episode is the second part of what I shared with them.

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Transformation NEEDS to be Painful, Pt. 1

It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!
If you’re new here, you might not know that I run a mentorship program for women….the Rock Your Mojo Mentorship program. One of the many fabulous things included in it is a two day retreat that happens twice a year called: The Embodiment Retreat. And this week’s episode is dedicated to a question that came up on the most recent one.
After one of the embodiment practices, one of the women asked: Why do some of the practices have to be so uncomfortable?
A couple other women nodded their heads….and on today’s episode is what I shared with them.

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