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Live and lead from the truth of who you are

The Emerging Women Podcast Chantal Pierrat

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Live and lead from the truth of who you are

    -69: It’s Not Your Money with Tosha Silver

    -69: It’s Not Your Money with Tosha Silver

    Episode Summary

    In this episode, Chantal and Tosha talk about how to enter in harmony with the divine flow and receive not necessarily what you want at the time you want it, but what the universe has specially reserved for you. In this episode, Tosha talks about the main message behind her book and how it really is a guide not only for money, but for every aspect of life, and how this mental state helped her manifest her actual partner. She emphasizes on how to unplug from the mental state of constant survival and competitiveness and be more open to the Divine Energy to align with the good things that the universe has reserved to you.

    About Our Guest

    Tosha Silver graduated from Yale with a degree in English Literature but along the way she fell madly in love with yogic philosophy. For the past 30 years she's taught people around the world ways to align with inner love. She’s the author of Change Me Prayers: The Hidden Power of Spiritual Surrender. She lives near San Francisco, where she runs an online school called “Living Outrageous Openness" with ongoing support to those who truly want to live these beautiful, ancient practices. You can also join her on Facebook by liking her author page where she often writes. She particularly enjoys finding fresh, funny ways to embrace the divine, while avoiding conventional jargon and cliches at all cost.

    Insight from this episode:

    What the term “it's not my money” in Tosha’s book means

    What the divine source is

    The art of letting go

    How to make yourself available to the divine source

    How to give up the burden of your desires

    How to unplug the mental state of competitiveness

    How to be more open to what the divine source has for you

    How did Tosha initiate a forum

    How to be more receptive to the divine flow

    Quotes from the show:

    “[About being open to the divine source] It has nothing to do with just laying in bed hoping that, you know, you're calling in a miracle and somebody is coming to rescue you, what really happens is that the desires are offered rather than fixated upon or obsessed over or striven for”– Tosha Silver, Emerging Women Podcast.

    “Because you’re suddenly open to how the universe wants to provide, and sometimes isn’t only through money; the purpose of the book isn’t to gain abundance, is to learn how to become abundance which is entirely different, and so once you’re doing that, you’re really saying there’s no external thing which is the source of my security”– Tosha Silver, Emerging Women Podcast.

    “The divine knows the time of the blooming, that’s all I know, for some people it might be just a few weeks…It’s that you’re opening to the process of the blooming as oppose to insisting when it needs to occur”– Tosha Silver, Emerging Women Podcast.

    “[About Tosha’s process of opening to the divine source] Okay divine I trust you, guide me, I know you’re bringing me on a path to wholeness so that then I can receive, in your timing, what’s meant to be”– Tosha Silver, Emerging Women Podcast.

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    Tosha Silver

    Website: https://toshasilver.com/

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    Chantal Pierrat

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    Emerging Women

    Website: https://emergingwomen.com/

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    • 41 min
    -68: The Soul Frequency with Shanna Lee

    -68: The Soul Frequency with Shanna Lee

    Episode Summary

    In this episode, Chantal and Shanna talk about what it means to be a manifestation coach and an intuitive healer nowadays, as we live in a world where people are looking for a more meaningful life that helps them fulfill their deepest desires. Shanna helps people to align and vibrate with higher frequencies that help them attract their goals not only in their private life, but in the corporate too. In this episode, she describes how she connected with her gift since she was a kid and how everyone, by being more sensitive to their environment, can do the same. She also talks about how she deals with past trauma of her clients, and how she perceives through her son the whole new skill sets that younger generations have to offer to the corporate world.

    About Our Guest

    Shanna is the Founder of The Soul Frequency. She is an intuitive healer, celebrity manifestation coach, and expert in leading purpose-driven individuals in the rediscovery and development of their core soul mission. Shanna is leading the conversation about the possibilities and the practices for raising one’s frequency and creating a life founded on truth and alignment. She authored the #1 Best Selling Book: The Soul Frequency: Your Healthy, Awakened and Authentic Life, is the host of The Show Frequency Show Podcast, and is a speaker and consultant to executives of Fortune 500 companies, celebrities, influencers, and fashion industry experts. Shanna believes that if you want more for your life, there is more out there for you. She has made it her life’s work to help thousands of people discover what more looks like for them.

    Insight from this episode:

    — What The Soul Frequency is

    — How Shanna managed her gift when she was a kid

    — How people find “The Soul Frequency”

    — How Shanna aligns people with a higher frequency so that they can achieve their deepest purpose and desires

    — How Shanna deals with past traumas

    — How to be more sensitive to the quantum world and its frequencies to access our gift

    — How Shanna’s sensitivity helps her perceive energy

    — What are the different experiences of Shanna’s clients

    — What are the skill sets of the future

    — The abilities that the new generations have to offer to the society

    — How the future is going to look for the younger generations

    Quotes from the show:

    “What people want is to know why and how they belong and what their gift is and how they can live a life of meaning”– Chantal Pierrat, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “I have this very tridimensional business experience under my belt and then I have this incredible ability to see what someone came for in this lifetime and how to amplify that and how to align their whole life to kind of why they’re here ”– Shanna Lee, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “We all have our own gifts and they show up in a unique way just like you’re a unique person, if we don’t have access to them it's just because there's lots of layers that keep us from seeing, so as you embark on work like this [aligning with higher frequency] you’re gonna be peeling back those layers”– Shanna Lee, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “[About her 9 year old son] His generation understands that everybody comes with a specialty, so he does what he does well, he doesn’t feel he needs to learn everything else because he believes like: I’ve come for a purpose and the other people that round out this idea or corporation came for their purpose''– Shanna Lee, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “Acknowledging who each person is as a soul and not necessarily who we want them to be, but who they came to be is so valuable”– Shanna Lee, Emerging Women Podcast.

    Stay Connected:

    Shanna Lee

    Website: https://thesoulfrequency.com/

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    Instagram: Shanna Lee

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    • 49 min
    -67: Thriving in the Face of Adversity with Brenda Ungerland

    -67: Thriving in the Face of Adversity with Brenda Ungerland

    Episode Summary

    In this episode, Chantal and Brenda talk about how to convert our experiences into an opportunity to evolve as a human being, and not letting trauma define who we are. Brenda encourages people to have a creative response to trauma by relating skillfully not only with your body, but also with your fear to grow from spaces, people and situations that do not fit you anymore. She talks about body awareness, how to relate skillfully with fear, and how to acknowledge your feelings in order to progressively unburden yourself from past trauma and be able to focus on your present, and reclaim who you have the potential to be.

    About Our Guest

    Health psychologist, author, seminar leader, teacher of yoga and meditation. Research in Transformative Experience involving Learning, Healing and Growth. Graduate studies at Columbia University and Yale University; post-graduate studies at Harvard University Medical School. The study of meditation and yoga in South Asia and India, have further informed her work as a health professional for over 30 years. Her research and experience in private practice provided the foundation for her new book, Post-Traumatic Growth: Thriving in the Face of Adversity, a compelling evidence-based study of emotional healing and transformational growth, and a practical blueprint for moving from crisis to flourishing in 7 stages.

    Insight from this episode:

    —How Brenda defines trauma

    —Why Covid-19 represents a source of trauma for many people

    —How does body awareness help dealing with trauma

    —How to relate with fear in a more skilfully way

    —How difficult situations help you evolve

    —How to acknowledge your feelings and let go of them

    —Why does psychoanalysis focus more on analysis and not vision

    —How does unburdening help you shift the focus of your trauma

    Quotes from the show:

    “[About using trauma in your favor] Just sheer suffering without a vision and without a blueprint from where you could go with it, it does not serve you, it just wears you down”– Brenda Ungerland, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “If we are seekers it involves being open to wisdom that comes from every imaginable direction, there’s a great democracy to wisdom, it can come from the most random places, it can come from anywhere”– Brenda Ungerland, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “Healing and recovery is only one phase, it’s not the whole story, it's a necessary step but nothing more than that”– Brenda Ungerland, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “You’re happy not because you took a course on let’s get happy, you’re happier because you are unburdened”– Brenda Ungerland, Emerging Women Podcast.



    Stay Connected:



    Brenda Ungerland

    Website: https://www.brendaungerland.com/

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    Chantal Pierrat

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    Emerging Women

    Website: https://emergingwomen.com/

    Twitter: @emergingW

    Facebook: @EmergingWomen

    Instagram: @emergingW

    LinkedIn: Emerging Women

    Youtube: Emerging Women



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    • 46 min
    -66: Create with the Soul of Your Business with Hiro Boga

    -66: Create with the Soul of Your Business with Hiro Boga

    Episode Summary

    In this episode, Chantal and Hiro go over how to function skillfully and effectively along the entire continuum of frequency that surrounds us as bioenergetic beings and especially nowadays with the presence of technological frequencies. Hiro encourages people to live in a more conscious and slow way by recognizing that by being embedded in an ecosystem of energy, we are in a deep relationship with everything, whether it is living or not. Finally, she tells us that taking into account this conscious mode of living, we need to enter in resonance with our business values and purpose in order to serve the community the right way.

    About Our Guest

    Hiro Boga was born in Bombay but she lives on an island in British Columbia, Canada. Business artist, mentor and soul alchemist; and a collaborative creative partner, who serves your genius and business, so both can flourish. Hiro offers multidimensional skills and wisdom gleaned from decades of experience with thousands of clients — many of whom work with her for years because they find such deep value in her self-study programs and private mentoring partnership.

    Insight from this episode:

    —How we are exposed to a whole ecosystem of frequencies as bioenergetic beings

    —How the technological frequencies affect our energetic system and bodies

    —Ways to expand your consciousness by being on a receptive mode

    —How to relate correctly, as an entrepreneur, to your creativity

    —How to resonate with your business in order to understand its real value and purpose

    —How as human beings we are in relationship with everything around us

    Quotes from the show:

    “It’s funny how the pace of technology has overwritten the pace of our bodies”– Hiro Boga, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “[About the receptive mode] The act of choosing is the act of exercising your power, it's saying yes this, no that”– Hiro Boga, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “Creativity is part of our souls DNA, so creativity is not off there somewhere, is not something you pursue and is constantly running away from you”– Hiro Boga, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “[About recognizing that your business is an independent being] You don’t need to identify...how it resonates with your values and desires but with the values and desires of your business itself”– Hiro Boga, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “Ultimately, you have to trust that if you do what is in front of you then the next step will reveal itself and the next step after that”– Hiro Boga, Emerging Women Podcast.

    Stay Connected:

    Hiro Boga

    Website: https://hiroboga.com/

    Facebook: Hiro Boga

    Twitter: HiroBoga

    Instagram: Hiro Boga

    Book: To Be Soul, Do Soul

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    Chantal Pierrat

    Twitter: @chantalpierrat

    LinkedIn: Chantal Pierrat



    Emerging Women

    Website: https://emergingwomen.com/

    Twitter: @emergingW

    Facebook: @EmergingWomen

    Instagram: @emergingW

    LinkedIn: Emerging Women

    Youtube: Emerging Women



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    • 1 hr
    -65: Getting Over the “I Got It” Syndrome with Elayne Fluker

    -65: Getting Over the “I Got It” Syndrome with Elayne Fluker

    Elayne highlights how she got into her work by attending a Momentum workshop that completely transformed her life. By posting positive messages on her social media pages, she was able to reach women entrepreneurs. She encourages women to seek support, and not only when in crisis. While on the entrepreneurial journey, people get so fixated on the goal that they forget to enjoy the moment’s joy. She recommends that it is important to talk to people about the journey and take care of oneself. It is important to seek help and not only when we are in crisis. Have a list of people, resources, or organizations that you might reach out to for help or people to put your product in front of the right audience.

    About Our Guest

    Elayne Fluker is a media entrepreneur, and host of the Support is Sexy podcast for women entrepreneurs and the CEO of Chic Rebellion Media. Chic Rebellion Media is a firm that is built on the notion of women supporting women, particularly along the entrepreneurial journey. She has interviewed more than 500 women entrepreneurs from different cultures, backgrounds, and experiences on her podcast. She has a book, “Get Over 'I Got It': How to Stop Playing Superwoman, Get Support, and Remember That Having It All Doesn’t Mean Doing It All Alone.”

    Insights from the Podcast

    — Unlearn that support does not necessarily mean that someone is in crisis. Also, support should be an ongoing process. We should not wait until we are in crisis to seek support.



    — Understand how important it is to give yourself time to fall back and reflect. Assess the season you are in and what is set to bloom without forcing it or making it happen. You will discover that some things that are not as important as you thought they were.



    — Discover how H.E.L.P must be used in the art of asking for support

    H- Having it all does not mean doing it all alone

    E- Ask Empowering questions

    L- Let go of the how and leave the question

    P- Believe in the Possibilities

    — Insights on how to have an empowered ask through the 5Rs

    1- Be Ready when you show up

    2- Reason: why is it important to you or the other person?

    3- Receipts: what have you done? What are you doing? What is your value?

    4- Why are you making the Request: be very direct because the other party does not know what you want, and it will not magically show up

    5- Show Reciprocity: be ready to give and receive



    Quotes from the show:

    “We need to stop associating support with a crisis. This is a thought and behavior that we need to unlearn” –Elayne Fluker, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “Do not miss out on the joy of this moment. Remember why you started and the intention. It is easy for us to get distracted, just fall back and remember why you started your journey and take care of yourself ” –Elayne Fluker, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “If you knew how, you would have done it already. It will happen when we leave the questions that we do not have answers to” –Elayne Fluker, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “All the movements in the world were based on belief possibilities. All the things that are magical in this country all started with a belief” –Elayne Fluker, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “An exceptional life is a life of low probability. If we get caught in what’s probable, we will not believe in the possibilities” –Elayne Fluker, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “To adopt a possibility mindset, one needs to think of what’s possible and not what’s probable. This makes one open to the magic that is out there and one that is available. Believing in possibilities opens one up” –Elayne Fluker, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “Success does not mean that we have to toil or be drained. Imagine the impact of success that has to be resourced and filed with ease and grace. It does not have to involve being away from famil...

    • 48 min
    -64: Self-Compassion with Kristin Neff

    -64: Self-Compassion with Kristin Neff

    In this episode, Kristin and Chantal go over self-compassion and why it is important. She encourages people, especially women, to claim their power, which is within us. She wants people to unlearn that self-compassion is not a weakness but a motivator to be more resilient. If people want to get more things done, they should be more self-compassionate. Additionally, Kristin mentions the most effective way to deal with our inner critic is to befriend it so that it is not distractive. Finally, she closes off the podcast with a guided meditation on a Fierce Friend Practice. This is a guided visualization that creates an image where one can call upon their fierce friend, who combines fierceness with tenderness and strength with love.

    About Our Guest

    Kristin Neff is an associate professor at the University of Texas at Austin's department of educational psychology. She is the author of “Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself” and co-written the “Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook: A Proven Way to Accept Yourself, Build Inner Strength, and Thrive”. She also has a new book called “Fierce Self Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness To Speak Up, Claim Their Power, And Thrive.” She has also written numerous academic articles on self-compassion.

    Insight from this episode:

    —Learn to say no to others and yes to ourselves. This allows us to include ourselves in the circle of compassion and prioritize our needs to avoid drowning.

    —If anger is harnessed, it can alleviate suffering and be used for a good cause. Anger helps one to focus and lets people know that there is a problem. For example, the Me Too Movement and Black Lives Matter all started because people were angry.

    —Self-compassion gives us the strength to open the pain without being overwhelmed. It is the ability to hold pain with love. It also allows us not to be consumed by things but rather to infuse them and figure them out. It decreases stress, depression, and anxiety.

    —People have a dimensional view of self-compassion: it is a weak thing because it has traditionally been viewed as a gender role. However, self-compassion is important because it allows us to heal and not to be overwhelmed.

    —Research shows that self-compassion is a powerful coping mechanism. People should stop viewing it as a sign of weakness.

    Quotes from the show:

    “Even though compassion is part of the female gender role, women have less self-compassion towards themselves than men do. This is because women are socialized to be self-sacrificing, and their compassion is allowed to go outward, i.e., they can help their spouses, children, etc.”–Kristin Neff, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “Don't do things for people to like you; it’s not sustainable. People will not like you anyway. However, with self-compassion, you do not require other people’s approval; this is because you can approve of yourself”–Kristin Neff, Emerging Women Podcast.

    “Women are more compassionate to others and not themselves. Tenderness towards self is not intuitive, which is why women are very aggressive towards themselves”–Chantal Pierrat, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “Sometimes, to alleviate our suffering, we need to accept ourselves and be open to what is and change something about ourselves. We need to be brave, courageous enough to make a change in our lives”–Kristin Neff, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “Some people look at self-compassion as weak because it has mostly been associated with women (who have had less power in society than men)”–Kristin Neff, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “We need a balance between tenderness and fierceness. If we have too much tenderness and acceptance without enough fierceness, then we will become complacent, and if we are angry and fierce, we are just adding to the problem”–Kristin Neff, Emerging Women Podcast.



    “We feel valuable when we are loved.

    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

Bethany Raven ,

Cutting edge, practical, soulful

This is truly one of the best podcasts I’ve ever enjoyed. Chantal is brilliant, and she consistently brings in truly amazing, heart-forward thought leaders who offer tools and messages so relevant and important for our time, EVERY time.

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Great for us men too

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