20 episodes

Stories of forgiveness, acceptance and overcoming the anger, shame and guilt of abuse. About your host:Nina Ganguli is author, speaker, coach and I CAN life leader; with over 20 years experience in corporate performance, results analysis and strategic leadership. She has the ability to take you from where you are now to where you want to be, through her personal coaching and online self development services.Website: www.ninaganguli.com Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin and Twitter

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Stories of forgiveness, acceptance and overcoming the anger, shame and guilt of abuse. About your host:Nina Ganguli is author, speaker, coach and I CAN life leader; with over 20 years experience in corporate performance, results analysis and strategic leadership. She has the ability to take you from where you are now to where you want to be, through her personal coaching and online self development services.Website: www.ninaganguli.com Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin and Twitter

    I Didn't Even Know I Needed to Forgive

    I Didn't Even Know I Needed to Forgive

    In this episode, I will be talking to Sangeeta Pillai.  I was honored earlier this year to be on her award-winning Masala podcast talking about my experience with abuse and being a South Asian woman not being born in India but born in brought up outside of the motherland so to speak and how that still impacts how we are brought up in a foreign country figuring out how we fit in.
    Sangeeta has personally experienced the damage that is done by taboos in our culture. She grew up in a slum in Mumbai. I was the first girl in my (very traditional) Keralan family to ever have a job. She had to fight for everything: from the right to cut my hair short to not having an arranged marriage like everyone else around me. Like so many other South Asian women, she grew up surrounded by shame and taboo. Particularly, shame around my body, my sexual self, periods….the list was exhausting.
    Her hope is that young South Asian girls can see the work we do and no longer feel that sense of shame or taboo that I felt growing up.
    Sangeeta created Soul Sutras to be a feminist platform,  where w South Asian womxn can express themselves openly, without shame or fear. Where she explores all sorts of cultural taboos from sex, sexuality, periods, menopause, mental health, shame, sexual harassment to…nipple hair!
     
    Soul Sutras is all about creating safe spaces for South Asian womxn to tell their stories, to express our pain and to connect with each other and explore our common cultural identity.
    Today, Soul Sutras ® is a successful platform for tackling taboos in South Asian culture. Their projects include:  Masala Podcast, silver winner at the British Podcasts Awards featuring interviews with fierce South Asian womxn about taboo topics  Masala Monologues series of writing workshops in the UK & the US as well as theatre shows  An anthology of essays and stories written by fabulous South Asian womxn  Panel discussions and talks around South Asian feminism  Interviews on BBC Asian Radio about female sexuality in South Asian culture.
     
    You can connect with Sangeeta on:
     Instagram @Soulsutras  
    Or on her website at:
    www.soulsutras.co.uk
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    More about our host Nina Ganguli at www.ninaganguli.com you can also find her on Facebook and Instagram

    • 53 min
    It's NOT Okay!

    It's NOT Okay!

    In this episode, I am interviewing  Gabriel Holly!

    Back in 2016 Gabriel and I did a life-altering personal development program called the forum.  we didn't go together but met as participants.  we fell out of touch for a few years until we met again at another personal development course.  Gabriel is an incredible young man who is intelligent beyond his years and who has a profound story of forgiveness.  So Let's get to it!

    Gabriel Holly is an old soul, philosopher, and a man on a mission to help our young men navigate through life with life skills that will have them create the life of their dreams no matter where they are in their journey. Currently Gabriel is adventuring in Thailand.

    You can find Gabriel on Facebook and Instagram!



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    More about our host Nina Ganguli at www.ninaganguli.com you can also find her on Facebook and Instagram

    • 1 hr
    I Forgive My Body!

    I Forgive My Body!

    In this episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Rowena Rodrigues!  We have the most intimate conversation about her journey of forgiveness of her body and self for not being able to be a mother.  Grab a coffee or beverage of your choice and join us for this profound con

    Rowena is an International Speaker, Self Healing Spiritual Wellness Navigator, and Health Advocate with a mission to inspire and transform p lives,  With over 20+ years of health promotion, stakeholder, and community engagement experience, her passion for community, service and authentic connections is what drives her.  She believes that when we are in the service of others, we heal, miracles occur and this becomes the birthplace of possibilities. For her, it is the legacy that matters and the possibility for each one of us to make the greatest impact we can in this world and in our lifetime.  A constant theme in her world is the belief that "when we heal ourselves, we heal the world."

    Contact:  rowenarrodriguez@gmail.com



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    More about our host Nina Ganguli at www.ninaganguli.com you can also find her on Facebook and Instagram

    • 55 min
    OH Brother!

    OH Brother!

    In this episode, I am speaking with Alanna Carr.  It's always amazing to get into these intimate conversations with members of your soul tribe.  And Alanna is definitely a member of my soul tribe!    

    What I find interesting is that even though we have such an intimate relationship I still get to learn more and deepen our connection through talking about the journey of forgiveness.  As always I'm super stoked for this episode, so let's get to it!

    Alanna has spent 18 years in the healthcare industry educating clients on their oral health.  She is also a best-selling children's book author, business owner, coach, reiki master, and certified EFT/TFT Tapping Practitioner.  She is a big kid at heart and is always looking to try something new.  One such interest is learning to play the drum kit.  

    You can find Alanna Carr on all social media outlets.


     
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    More about our host Nina Ganguli at www.ninaganguli.com you can also find her on Facebook and Instagram

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Don't Look Back!

    Don't Look Back!

    In this episode,  I am speaking with an incredible woman, Maria Diaz! 

    Maria believes that once the work of forgiveness has been done, there is no point in looking back.   Join us as we discuss Maria's journey and listen out for a special surprise guest!

    Maria Diaz has been an entrepreneur for the past 18 years. She is the founder of Your Orgasmic Life. Through her coaching programs, she guides men and women to ground into their sexual self-expression and embrace living an orgasmic life. 

    She had a major life shift through her journey with breast cancer in 2014 that gave her access to her transformation.  

    Shifting from self-doubt, self-sabotage, unworthiness, lack of leadership, and a toxic relationship into designing a life full of joy, love, fulfillment, playfulness, fun, adventure, and authenticity. Living unapologetically from her core values with love, freedom, and courage as her foundation. 

    Her mission is to unleash others in their sexuality, sensuality, and intimacy as they release shame and what stops them from developing a juicy, loving, and blissful relationship with themselves and others with love, compassion, vulnerability, integrity, and open communication as its foundation. 
    Contact Maria here:

    IG: @yourorgasmiclife
    Facebook: Maria Diaz






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    More about our host Nina Ganguli at www.ninaganguli.com you can also find her on Facebook and Instagram

    • 1 hr 5 min
    From FEAR to FORGIVENESS!

    From FEAR to FORGIVENESS!

    In this episode, I'm speaking with Jo Jo-Marie, an incredible woman who was literally paralyzed by fear.   One day she just couldn't move and stayed that way for 1460 days, that's 4 years!

    Join us as we discuss her amazing story From Fear to Forgivness!

    JoJo Marie is a Toronto-based author, motivational speaker, and freelance writer, who through her story of overcoming adversity, reveals how she released fear and anger and embraced a new way of thinking, resulting in self-generated inner peace. JoJo Marie spent her entire life in deep seeded fear and was forced to face her demons after suffering a debilitating brain injury that left her bedridden for over 1,460 days. By taking control of her thinking, and embracing her vulnerability, she was finally able to achieve inner peace and began living the authentic life she always desired. Her new book, My Missing Peace, is now available on Amazon, and her website simplyjojomarie.com





    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/simplyjojomarie
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplyjojomarie/?hl=e 
    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jojo-marie-joanna-schillaci-7b13b313a/


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    More about our host Nina Ganguli at www.ninaganguli.com you can also find her on Facebook and Instagram

    • 1 hr 6 min

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