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in the yearning, in that seeking for understanding yourself better.
 
The journey requires a letting go of your need for doing, fitting in, and looking for outward validation and instead enjoy being, belonging, and awakening to the deep mysterious world within.
 
 
 
Questions? email me at vivian@viviancarrasco.com
 
 

Dec 27, 2020

Cultivating curiosity will eventually lead you to compassion. Although today’s guest, Craig Constantine, describes himself as just a regular guy, he is an absolute jewel, and he has a myriad of different projects on the go. Vivian was fascinated by his project on cultivating curiosity, and then that leading to...


Nov 8, 2020

Being kind, sparking conversations, and spreading awareness are all crucial to have a connected community. Today’s guest, Ren Newman, is the face behind Toughersations Cards. A company that advocates for supporting the LGBTQIA + community, and emphasizes on the importance of kindness. 

In this conversation, Ren shares...


Oct 25, 2020

You may have a daily routine that you like to follow. Maybe it’s when you get up in the morning, when you go to bed, or maybe you don’t have one at all.

Today’s guest, Peggy Freeh, interviewed 60 people on their daily practices and is now on her own personal journey to share that knowledge.

Peggy and Vivian...


Oct 11, 2020

I have a delightful treat for you in today’s show as I welcome back Sarah Dietman. As always, we’re talking about navigating between what’s now and what’s next. Specifically, we’re discussing how ordinary moments in life can be magical as we regard them with perspective and awareness. 

Sarah Dietman is your...


Sep 13, 2020

Life presents us with different seasons, and with each one comes new opportunities for growth.

Today’s guest, David Carrasco, is an ex-military leader, mountain bike enthusiast, and husband of 30 years.

Vivian and David discuss the transformations of identity that happen over time, how they’ve watched each other...