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I See Dead Cookies
K&K talk to Dana Childs, an intuitive and medium who shares what it’s like to be in tune with the universe. Plus, Kate attempts to talk about how she’s “intuitive”, but it ends up becoming a therapy session about an icy trip to Whole Foods.
Honing Your Gut Instincts
Dana Childs joins us to talk about honing your gut instincts when you’re on a first date, a job interview, or any other situation when you want to feel confident in analyzing the situation.
Why We're Not Broken
Dana Childs explains the difference between the spirit and the soul. And how we can use both to learn and grow. She reminds us that we’re self-healing; and suggests that life is about peeling back the layers to reveal that already healed self within.
Set and Keep Boundaries
Dana Childs is back talking about how to stop feeling guilty about everything all the time, setting (and keeping) boundaries, and the important distinction between guilt and shame.
Activating Your Innate Wisdom
Dana Childs is an intuitive, energy healer, and teacher. She delivers grounded spirituality with heart, humor, and unabashed truth through her talks and healing sessions delivered to the executive, individual, or couple. She leads workshops, online courses, and retreats to help others learn to access their trues selves and open their intuitive gifts. When not helping others on their search for personal and professional fulfillment, she can be found writing articles, working on a book, or playing and hiking with her dog, Sufi, in North Carolina.
Dana Childs is an intuitive and energy healer. She offers executive leadership consultations, energy healing consultations, and couples consultations. She provides insights and tips on both personal and professional wellness and well-being for national publications and is sought after by school systems and international organizations to lead executive retreats and to speak on varied topics. She works with celebrities and top executives to aid them in their search for fulfillment in their professional and private lives.
Conversations With the Masters Series with Daily Momentum
Dana offers tools and mindset shifts around how to get into a space of serving as a business owner. You’ll learn:
- Why we, as business owners, often experience scarcity thinking
- How to shift out of scarcity thinking
- Easy tips to get grounded in who you are and why you’re in business
- Why serving is so powerful for business growth
- How to get excited about times of personal growth in business
- Why scarcity thinking can actually be a gift to you
Dana Childs: Body, Mind, Spirit, and Soul – Which to Trust? | In goop Health: The Sessions
We tend to think of intuition as a gut feeling, but intuitive healer Dana Childs says we can get tripped up if we trust one of our layers that may not be feeding us the truth. Out of the four layers of the self—physical body, mind, spirit, soul—Childs says that only two provide us with accurate information. How do you know which parts of yourself to trust, and how do you connect to them? In this workshop-meets-Q&A, Childs helps us tune in to the wisdom we all hold within us. In goop Health: The Sessions Welcome to goop’s first digital series of In goop Health sessions. Every Wednesday, our chief content officer, Elise Loehnen, is hosting a one-hour wellness session with an expert we admire. There will be spirituality workshops, workouts, intimate conversations, interactive exercises, and practical, effective takeaway tools for navigating this time. The sessions will be livestreamed and are free to join. Please consider making a $20 donation to Doctors Without Borders if you can. Please invite your friends. And bring your questions, because our experts will be answering them live at the end of the session. P.S. This series is designed to entertain and inform—not provide medical advice. You should always consult your doctor when it comes to personal health.
How to Handle Conflict as an Empath
Empathy is a double-edged sword. The empath is like a mini-psychic, feeling out the undercurrents of the topic at hand and bringing unseen information up to the surface. But in times of conflict, the empath’s intuitive mind can get crowded. Absorbing the emotional content of the room — the good, the bad, the WTF — is exhausting. And just because you can feel it all doesn’t mean you have to. Navigating those emotional boundaries can mark the difference between a burden — and a superpower.
Why the Body Knows Best
We tend to think of intuition as a gut feeling, but according to psychic Dana Childs, intuition is actually a four-part mechanism that involves our physical bodies, our minds, our souls, and our spirits. Now here’s the tricky part: Not every one of these channels can be trusted. We lie to ourselves for good and bad reasons, self-protection or self-sabotage (which are often one and the same).Her advice? Get as clear as possible on what is going on in all areas of your psyche, which is easier than it sounds. That way, when new information comes in, you are not clouded by your biases.
Ask an Intuitive: How Do You Find the Right Partner?
Dear goop, I’m in my early twenties, and I am very much in a dating stage of life. I have this problem: The guys I find exciting and interesting are the ones my friends usually peg as trouble. (And credit where credit is due, sometimes they’re right.) But if I listen to my friends’ advice and go out with someone a little more pragmatic, I end up feeling bored and disengaged. What should I be looking for?
— Kelly M., Los Angeles