25 episodes

Welcome to LIFEFORCE where we focus on the mystical, magical, and occasionally unexpected forces that awaken our lives. We will dive into topics such as fearlessness, conscious dying, making our dreams come true, awakening our spiritual powers, healing ourselves, and rising up out of struggle.

My name is Shilpa Agarwal. I am an international bestselling novelist, TV writer, global radio host, and certified healer. Each episode is an offering of my own lifeforce to you. My mission is to help you connect to your own lifeforce, which is your guide to an awakened, meaningful, and joyful life.

LIFEFORCE Shilpa Agarwal

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Welcome to LIFEFORCE where we focus on the mystical, magical, and occasionally unexpected forces that awaken our lives. We will dive into topics such as fearlessness, conscious dying, making our dreams come true, awakening our spiritual powers, healing ourselves, and rising up out of struggle.

My name is Shilpa Agarwal. I am an international bestselling novelist, TV writer, global radio host, and certified healer. Each episode is an offering of my own lifeforce to you. My mission is to help you connect to your own lifeforce, which is your guide to an awakened, meaningful, and joyful life.

    You Live, You Learn

    You Live, You Learn

    Tony-winning Broadway financier/producer of Mel Brooks' The Producers, A Raisin in the Sun, The Addams Family, Green Day's American Idiot, and currently a production based on Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill, and also NYT’s bestselling author of “The Fifth Beatle,” Vivek Tiwary talks about finding a passion, working for yourself, and reframing the idea of failure. "No dream is too impossible, and no person too unlikely to realize that dream."

    • 59 min
    Far From Over

    Far From Over

    Musician Vijay Iyer was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album in 2010 for his album, Historicity. His 2017 album, Far From Over, was cited by Rolling Stone as “2017’s jazz album to beat.” He is a MacArthur Fellow and professor at Harvard University. Iyer, however, does not call himself a jazz musician but a creative musician, a term he says that, “has been in circulation for more than fifty years” and was “made up by Black musicians...[who] have resisted the racial tag in their music because they want to assert that their music can mean something to anyone, and they want to define the terms in which that happens. That’s the history and the legacy that I’m the beneficiary of.”

    • 59 min
    A New Light

    A New Light

    Twenty years ago, Urmi Basu walked into the red-light district of Kolkata, India, witnessing the plight of the most vulnerable members of our society, the children of women trapped in the sex industry, the transgendered community, and the children of the Dalit community. Starting with nothing but $200 in her pocket and a desire to change the injustices she saw, she has brought her courageous light to an entire community. This is her story, and the story of New Light in India.

    "What I told them was my life would have been exactly like yours if I did not have the opportunities and the education so that is going to be the pivotal point that can create a completely different trajectory for your children."

    • 57 min
    Breathe In

    Breathe In

    Singer-songwriter Siva Kaneswaran, who reached international fame as a member of the British boy band, The Wanted, speaks about stepping off the pedestal of fame and fortune and into his own as a solo artist and activist. 

    “’Breathe In’ is an introduction to who I am as a person now years later, and the reason why I focused on the breath is because it is one of the most important keys in unlocking your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing.”

    • 59 min
    The Voices In My Head

    The Voices In My Head

    Mental Health Advocate and suicide survivor Pooja Mehta has struggled with schizoid anxiety for over a decade, an illness that has caused her to attempt suicide three times. 

    “When I hear the voices, when they get really bad, I’m not thinking to myself, “Wow, I wish I could just die,” like I don’t want to be here anymore, all I’m thinking is, “I want to make this stop, make the pain go away,"…It feels like an out-of-body experience. It feels like you’re not in control. Whatever dark tunnel your mind is in is the only thing that’s in control.”

    • 58 min
    Seven Billion Of Us

    Seven Billion Of Us

    Winner of Canada’s Juno for Best World Music Album of the Year, Kiran Ahluwalia talks about contemporary South Asian poetry and music that brings light to what exists inside us as humans, what binds us, what we yearn for, and what ultimately can free us. 

    “There’s seven billion of us on the planet, and there’s seven billion ways of doing things.”

    • 59 min

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