What unfolds when we each find our own way back to a place of love?
Love can get us through the most painful moments, give us the freedom to grow , the courage to change - and Love can lead us to a whole lot of peace and joy and possibility.
So let’s see what happens — in us, in our life and in our world when we listen in to what Love Says.
the Love Says podcast Team:
Co-Produced by Elizabeth Johnson & Paul Voran
Engineered by Paul Voran at SoapBox Records
Logo Art Design by Courtney Stephens of Fairfield Street Designs
Theme music by Paul Voran
Messaging & Marketing by Amy Fukuizumi at You're a Big Deal
Episode 12 - Conversations on Love with Mary Lofgren
In this episode, I got to have an utterly beautiful, stop-me-in-my-tracks conversation with Mary Lofgren. We talked about finding safety in vulnerability (and why it's OK if you struggle), identifying the difference between external pressure and internal ambition — as well as ways Mary's inner voices of Pusher, Rebel and Lantern all guide her in different ways (and why it's impossible to please the Pusher). We also connected on how systems of oppression and privilege inform the ways we connect with ourselves and each other. Mary's humor and wisdom are woven so deeply into this conversation and I'm so looking forward to you curling up with us for this experience.
Episode 11 - Entering new seasons with Love
In this episode, we'll talk about intentional pauses and listening to what's calling us in this season. We'll also chat about why it's important to find and follow our own internal rhythms and seasons, ways to honor seasons of rest and restoration (the same way we honor seasons of growth and expansion) — plus, why it's OK to be in a different season than everyone else. My hope is that this episode offers you an invitation to truly BE fully where you are with grace, compassion and love.
Episode 10 - Conversations on Love with Mercedes Vasquez
In this episode, I got to have a beautiful and inspiring conversation with Mercedes. She shares one of the things that triggers her the most and how she finds her way back to love, her journey of becoming a caregiver for her mom, as well as a unique perspective on the benefit of accepting our own shadows (and how learning to accept our shadow has a much larger ripple effect). There was so much richness, wisdom and honest humanity shared in this episode.
Episode 9 - Love As ...
In this episode, I'll share a little bit about coming out of a more challenging month and the practice I used to circle back to enjoyment, connection, and strength. You'll also hear about a way to listen into the 'type' of love you may need right now (it's different depending on the day and the person) - and why this episode was almost called 'A spice rack of Love'.
Episode 8 - Conversations on Love with Lauren Abrami
In this episode, we have our very first guest! Lauren Abrami, my wife and all-around beautiful human, shares about when she feels the most love and the most fear within herself, how she gets on the "express lane" back to Love, what she considers the gift of anger — and
why she compared me to kale when we first started dating.
If there's anything you want to reflect on or share after listening to this episode, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Episode 7 - How to come back to Love when the world takes us down
In this episode, we'll talk about how to come back to Love and be guided by intuitive steps when the news of the world deeply triggers us. How do we care for ourselves, listen in to what to do next — and connect with support & community?
What the world needs (and has always needed) more of
A welcoming, compassionate, and inspiring space to allow our best selves to unfold with a host who personifies love as well as anyone you could imagine.
Elizabeth’s podcast title says it all; how might we, and the world, change and transform when we listen to what love says. A simple and powerful question that becomes a guiding and life changing tool for anyone who is ready to ask.
Wise and Calming
This podcast is so helpful. Hearing Elizabeth speak about love instantly taps me into my wisest, most compassionate, most relaxed and present self. Highly recommended.