About the show

The emotional compass is a deep dive into mastering your emotions. Such mastery can bring about true joy, healthier relationships, better communication, and an immense love for life. It's a journey from the mind to the heart so you can become aligned with your life's purpose.

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Episodes

  • Episode 31: An interview with Kayleigh Oser on navigating emotions during challenging times

    September 21st, 2020  |  30 mins 11 secs
    kayleigh oser, what i love about you

    Kayleigh Oser is an award-wining podcaster, her podcast is called What I Love About You. Besides being a podcaster, she's a mother of four, a daughter of a minister, and her husband is also a minister to the youth. She shares about growing up as a preacher's kid, navigating life as a busy mom, and dealing with life during a pandemic.

  • Episode 30: Experience: Emotional Agility

    September 10th, 2020  |  29 mins 6 secs
    emotional agility, susan david

    One of the keys to a happy life is knowing yourself. In Emotional Agility, Susan David leverages ACT therapy to help us navigate our feelings by giving us the tools we need to avoid the emotional ruts that keep us from reaching our potential.

  • Episode 29: Experience: The Confidence Gap

    August 31st, 2020  |  23 mins 11 secs
    act therapy, confidence gap, russ harris, steven hayes

    We had a chance to experience the book The Confidence Gap written by Russ Harris based on the work of Steven Hayes who created the ACT therapy. The book is a workbook that takes your through journey of shedding your fears, building your confidence, destroying myths about self-esteem and finally taking a mindfulness approach to your life.

  • Episode 28: Remote viewing, seeing with a blindfold and so much more about our abilities

    August 28th, 2020  |  23 mins 17 secs
    documentary, review, superhuman

    We review the documentary called Superhuman where they demonstrate the extraordinary capabilities of our mind.

  • Episode 27: The Neuroscience of Emotions and Behavior

    August 17th, 2020  |  41 mins 46 secs
    andrew huberman, neuroscience

    Discussing the findings of Dr. Andrew Huberman, a neuroscientist and tenured professor in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He has made numerous important contributions to the fields of brain development, brain plasticity, and neural regeneration and repair.

  • Episode 26: Traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic

    August 10th, 2020  |  28 mins 11 secs
    air travel, coronavirus, covid-19, pandemic

    Bodhi recounts his air travel experience and how anxious he was prior and during the flight. Eventually, facing his fear of traveling during a pandemic resulted in an amazing trip and made him realize that it is not as scary as he thought it was going to be.

  • Episode 25: Experience: Mark Manson - The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

    August 3rd, 2020  |  30 mins 42 secs
    mark manson, subtle art of not giving a f*ck

    Mark Manson does not need any introduction because his book The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck has sold millions of copies. Moreover, his writing on happiness really touched us (https://markmanson.net/downloads/happiness). We explore some of the themes that compare pleasure vs happiness, and it means to be happy.

  • Episode 24: Experience: The Untethered Soul Lecture Series 5 - 8

    July 27th, 2020  |  23 mins 52 secs
    michael singer, untethered soul

    In this episode, we share our experience of The Untethered Soul Lecture Series: 5 - 8 by Michael A. Singer. We dive deeper into the analogies that he shared in this lecture series and drive home some of the concepts he touched. We share our experience and how these lecture have resonated with us. The lecture series can be downloaded on Audible, Apple Music or untetheredsoul.com

  • Episode 23: Experience: The Untethered Soul Lecture Series 1 - 4

    July 8th, 2020  |  26 mins 58 secs
    michael singer, surrender experiment, untethered soul

    In this episode, we share our experience of The Untethered Soul Lecture Series: 1 - 4 by Michael A. Singer. The simple yet profound examples presented by Mr. Singer have touched our lives in many ways. The practice of not letting the outside noise dictate our inner experience has had far reaching consequences in our lives. We also briefly talk about his other book the Surrender Experiment where he practices what he preaches. Finally, if you want to visit Mr. Singer in person check out: https://tou.org/

  • Episode 22: Book review - A Return to Love

    July 6th, 2020  |  23 mins 29 secs
    course in miracles, marianne williamson, return to love

    In this episode, we discuss Marianne Williamson's most popular book A Return to Love, which is her take on the Course in Miracles. We draw parallels to the experience of the author Marianne Williamson on how she went from self-loathing, self-indulgence to self-realization when she found the course.

  • Episode 21: Book review - Dark side of the light chasers

    June 29th, 2020  |  21 mins 48 secs
    debbie ford, shadow work

    In this episode, we review the book Dark side of the light chasers by Debbie Ford. We discuss working on your shadow, which is a concept introduced by Carl Jung. The shadow is consists of all the negative aspects of ourselves which we suppress or deny.

  • Episode 20: Process Goals - learning to fall in love with the process

    June 22nd, 2020  |  27 mins 36 secs
    drawing, process goals

    We discuss how in the doing, the magic happens and not in the thinking. This episode is all about showing up and doing the work and falling in love with the process. Book recommendation: Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain by Betty Edwards.