Show Notes: Podcast #8
Letting Go Of The Life We Planned
To Have The Life That Is Waiting For Us
How To Make Room For The Rewards of Life
“Letting go of the life we planned so as to have the life that is waiting for us”
I love Joseph Campbell’s quote about letting go.
Is it genuinely possible to have the life that is waiting for you if you have a job, family, and obligations? If you could imagine the perfect life, what would it look like? Do you do what you want or what is expected of you? How can you change your life?
Today I share my stories of letting go and taking chances, and the rewards I experienced because of those actions.
We also explore all the benefits of a plant-based diet and lifestyle.
We share letters from our listeners who are letting go of their previous lifestyle and taking the plant-based leap. Their results may surprise you.
One of our listeners asked for a book recommendation to learn more about compassion and the connectives of being vegan and the world. I highly endorse “Living The Farm Sanctuary Life” by the incredible activist, author Gene Baur. Here is a link to the interview I did with Gene.
Looking for a healthy, plant-based barbecue recipe? Today's plant-based kitchen features a delicious option – here is a link to today’s recipe – No Bones Baby Jackfruit Barbecue Sandwich. If you like this recipe, you may also like this marinated seitan sandwich.
Thanks for listening to today’s podcast on letting go and thanks for being part of our healthy community. If you are just getting started on a plant-based diet, I recommend you listen to podcast #1 – “Getting Started On a Plant-Based Diet”. Here is the link.
If you would like to ask a question or tell us how a plant-based diet changed your life, record your message here and we will include it an upcoming podcast.
2 thoughts on “Podcast #8 – Letting Go Of The Life We Planned”
Wonderful podcast, what a great message, it just takes one step in a new direction right? Thank you for all you are doing. I needed some inspiration today!
Teresa Woods, WA
Teresa – thank you so much for your kind words – I really appreciate you taking the time to reach out. Good luck with your new direction – I know it will work out great!