As we transition into the Afternoon of Life, the Universe whispers to us, in a myriad of ways, to wake up, grow up, and stand up in our lives and become the men/women we were meant to become. However, whether or not we choose to respond, eventually She brings to us unmistakable, unavoidable, Shatterings. When we learn to face the Shatterings we can transform them through discovering meaning and purpose within them, ultimately growing from them which is how we transform the Afternoon of Life and our life.
The Morning of Life (prior to 40) is defined by a sense of forgetting - forgetting who you are in the chaos and complexities of all that the Morning of Life entails. However, the Universe always comes whispering, and when She does, She brings with Her the opportunity to remember our authentic self, listen to our soul and move forward into the Afternoon of Life differently than we did in the Morning.
In this Soul Centered Conversation, Ariela and Rabbi B explore the Morning of Life (prior to midlife) goals and rules. If you want to discover purpose, healing & inspiration in the Afternoon of Life, first you have to know where you’ve come from before you can know where you are going. In the words of Carl Jung, "for what was great in the morning will be little at evening and what in the morning was true, at evening will have become a lie.”
Ariela & Rabbi B talk about what it means to "OM Your Power." In this podcast you will explore a powerful set of tools to use in discovering true freedom, purpose and joy. These six tools are especially important during chaotic & turbulent times (outer and inner chaos). It begins when you OM Your Power!
In this episode Rabbi B interviews a friend and client, Barb Hirsch-Giller, discussing Barb's pro-active and transformative journey into the Afternoon of life. Barb shares her renewed sense of purpose as she turns 70, moves into reinspirement (aka "retirement") and shares her passion for what is becoming the most important and inspiring phase of her life - the Afternoon of life.
In this podcast Rabbi B explores the need for tools in our life and one of the foundational sets of tools he has used in navigating his own, personal darkness when it descends, particularly after the suicides of his grandmother and father. Name It, Face It, Replace It is a transformative practice and process that has helped hundreds of people whom he has guided throughout the years. It will help you to no matter what type of darkness you are experiencing within your life.