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Radically Loved® with Rosie Acosta

Hello Friends, I’m Rosie Acosta. I am a Meditation Teacher; Speaker and Author of You Are Radically Loved: A healing journey to self-love. I grew up in East Los Angeles during the 92 La Riots and it set me on a troubled path for many years. I didn’t grow up with mentors in my life, so I turned to reading as many books as I possibly could to learn about life’s purpose. In my journey as a First Gen-Mexican American, I found having these conversations gave me insight, support, and inspiration. So, I decided to create a place where I could share these conversations with my community. The Radically Loved Podcast was born! How do we create a radically loved life? Come have a sit with me so we can discover all things mindfulness, spirituality, self-love, and overall healthy living. Please be sure to share the episodes that you love and also leave us a review!
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Now displaying: October, 2017
Oct 30, 2017
Ruby Fremon is all things self-love. She is a transformational coach, inspirational speaker, and an all around self-loving bad-ass. Ruby lives in the same city I do and I was so excited to connect with someone like-minded who’s doing so much to inspire women and men around the world to create the life they want. www.iamru.by
Oct 26, 2017
THE AIR OUT THERE

GUIDED MEDITATION BY ROSIE ACOSTA

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Oct 23, 2017
After struggling with chronic illness, pain, and inflammation for over a decade, Kelly Trach solved her  problems with 10,000 hours of conducting trial-and-error experiments on herself. Now, she helps people rock their best life by building a mindset conducive to healing, living toxin-free, and nourishing themselves with delicious plant-based food.
Oct 16, 2017
As the woman behind Hungry for Happiness, Samantha envisions a world in which women no longer feel compelled to diet. In which they have a strong connection to their body and its intuitive powers, and give themselves permission to feel pain; secure in the knowledge that our bodies don’t throw anything at us that we can’t handle.

Hungry for Happiness: One Woman’s Guide From Fighting Food to Finding Freedom. http://www.hungryforhappiness.com

 
Oct 13, 2017
In this episode Rosie opens up about the challenges of keeping it all together while being on the road.   www.radicallyloved.com      
Oct 9, 2017
Scott Stabile is the author of Big Love: The Power of Living with a Wide-Open Heart. From a tragic beginning with the loss of his parents and brother, Scott realized that it was always love that brought him home. His mission is to remind us that we aren’t alone in our struggles and to encourage us to choose love.   I am beyond excited and honored to have Scott Stabile on the show. The minute I picked up his book, I knew I had to meet him. I could really feel the love in his words and all his work.   Scott and I talk about making the difficult choice to love, accessing our empathy, and bringing our best selves to the world in every interaction.   Radically Loving Scott   Committing to be the most loving person he could possibly be Seeing his most vulnerable posts get the most engagement Learning to bring empathy and compassion to every situation   Radically Inspired Clarity   Love is hard work. We naturally go to the negative. Love isn’t weak, it’s not the easy choice. But we are desperate for love in this crazy world. It’s so much easier to judge the otherness in others than look at our own otherness.   Scott Stabile Answers…   How do you get to a place of compassion after difficult challenges? What is the biggest piece of advice you have for responding with love? What tools do you suggest for finding our center?   Radically Loved Quotes   “We’re all the same. If we can remember that and connect to each other’s humanity, we stand to create a much more compassionate world.   “How does love invite me to respond to this moment? What does love encourage me to say?”
Oct 9, 2017
“Growth is painful. Change is painful. But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong.” ~Mandy Hale We all get stuck: paralyzed about a decision, unsure what choice to make. Stuck in resentment or disappointment we can’t quite recover from. Stuck in a plan that’s not working as anticipated. Stuck in a destructive, repetitive dynamic with family members, coworkers, or friends. Stuck makes things feel immovable, entrenched, even hopeless. The good news is, they aren’t. We human beings are actually extremely adept at getting unstuck, at seeing the same thing in new ways, discovering new insights and changing our attitudes, but we need some tools to create that movement. Here are some of my favorite ways to get unstuck. Keep them all in your toolkit, or experiment to see which ones work most powerfully for you. 1. IT's JUST PERFECT. Perfect? This dreadful, annoying, not-what-you-planned situation is perfect? Yup. It is. Your mind will figure out how if you point it in that direction. Say to yourself, “This situation is perfect because…” and brainstorm five reasons. Find the truth in each of them. Now what looks different? 2. MUSIC. Pick a favorite song and connect to the mood of that song. Play the song out loud or just think of it. Then apply the mood of the song to how you look at the situation. You might bring the spirit “What a Wonderful World” to the argument with your mother-in-law. Bring the mood of your favorite jazz piece to the last minute work assignment your boss just handed you. What feels different now? 3. MAKE IT FUN. Oh, if we all asked that question more… what a world we’d create. Brainstorm ten ideas that would make the situation more fun. Then pick a few and experiment with them. 4. DREAM. Ask your mind to work on the problem in your dreams. Put a dream journal next to the bed. Give yourself a few days for the dream to show up. It maybe obviously relevant or connected through the language of metaphor. 5. TRUTH. Just tell the truth, including the parts that feel scary and vulnerable to share. Including the parts you’ve been repressing or avoiding. That unfailingly shakes things up and breaks stagnation. Be diplomatic, be kind, be your wise and sensitive self–but state your truth. 6. SELF-CARE In difficult situations, we typically focus on how they (those other crazy people) should be different, how they are wrong. Bring your attention back to yourself. What do you need to do to take care of you? What do you need to protect your sanity, act in alignment with your integrity, and be the happy camper you want to be? Take care of your needs and watch your relationship to the situation change.
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