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An honest record of a young woman’s journey in pursuit of her wildest dreams. Catch Some Z’s follows the host, Z, as she pinpoints what her dreams really are, and how she’s going to achieve them. Using stories and lessons from her life, she is ready to figure all of that out. And, if you listen closely, you’ll learn something too. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/catch-some-zs/support
 
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Shauna Shapiro, PhD, is a professor, author, and internationally recognized expert in mindfulness and compassion. Nearly one million people have watched her 2017 TEDx talk "The Power of Mindfulness," rated one of the top 10 talks on mindfulness. Dr. Shapiro has published over 150 journal articles and coauthored two critically acclaimed books transl…
 
Dr. Greyson’s interest in near-death experiences began just a few months after graduating from medical school, when he treated an unconscious patient in the emergency room who stunned him the next morning with an account of leaving her body. That event challenged his beliefs about the mind and the brain, and ultimately led him on a journey to study…
 
I had to get JP back on the show for my 100th Episode. At 96 years young, he emanates wisdom with every word. I let him guide the conversation and he wanted to share a couple of mantras and then we have a chat in between each of the chants. It was a true delight and we really get in the weeds on this one. Mantras chanted: Shanti Mantra Gayatri mant…
 
As a sought-after speaker, event facilitator and executive coach, Finnian has been dubbed “the Business Mystic” because of his unique ability to put consciousness into business and inspire leaders to find new levels of meaning and purpose through their creative endeavours. This approach flowed through his term as President of the Colorado Chapter o…
 
Alex was at a point in his life where he was throwing up his breakfast because he was so stressed and burnt out from his job. He ventured off to Australia to get away from this and find himself. His father passed away and this caused him to re-evaluate his life, turning to meditation. He went and got certified to teach meditation and has been doing…
 
Hey everybody, this is my annual year in review where I reflect on the year that was. This was a year of a lot of growth mixed with a lot of pain. Such is life! I hope you enjoy my ramblings about my experiences and that they prove to be supportive to you in some way. I talk about: Being more consistent with posting episodes and where I want the po…
 
My friend Jerome joins me on this episode as we share stories of perseverance, dedication, and what it's like to ask for what you want and how you can prepare to get it. Plus some obligatory Beyoncé appreciation. Let's get to know each other: https://linktr.ee/catchsomezzzs--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/catch-some-zs/support…
 
When Cesare was recommended to me by Ringu Tulku Rinpoche's team, I immediately knew it was going to be a special time with him. The depth by which he can articulate the many nuances of life was fascinating. We talked about: How he got into contemplative practice through Christian Mysticism Finding a new way to look at life Getting introduced to Bu…
 
In this episode I'm joined by my friend Cassidy for a discussion on how we've navigated personal and professional barriers in pursuit of our passions, and what it looks like to follow your dreams in real time. Let's get to know each other! https://linktr.ee/catchsomezzzs--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/catch-some-zs/support…
 
"I was 10 years old when I learned I wasn't invincible" and that realization through me off, low-key. Now that I'm 25, I'm dedicated to finding (or reminding myself of) the things that make me feel good, strong, and complete.Let's get to know each other!Twitter: @catchsomezzzsIG: @catchsomezzzs_Web: catchsomezzzs.com--- Support this podcast: https:…
 
Welcome back to Catch Some Z's! This season we're going to Back to the Basics and will be exploring what it is we really want out of life. This episode is inspired by Elaine Welteroth's bestseller, "More Than Enough". Let's get to know each other!Twitter: @catchsomezzzsIG: @catchsomezzzs_Web: catchsomezzzs.com--- Support this podcast: https://ancho…
 
Amanda Gilbert is a meditation teacher, lecturer of mindfulness at the University of Southern California, speaker, and author. She leads meditation for top companies like NBC, Paramount Pictures, W Hotels, Merrill Lynch, Macy’s, and YouTube. Before dedicating herself to teaching full-time, Amanda was the center director for the Aging, Metabolism, a…
 
Linda Leaming first traveled to Bhutan in 1994, and moved there three years later. This tiny Buddhist country hidden away in the Himalayas is a very happy place for many. Its king believes in Gross National Happiness instead of Gross National Product. Leaming has written two books about her life in Bhutan and how she learned to live more simply, ho…
 
Ven. Thukten was born in a small village in Bhutan called Gelephu. She is 32 years old and 15 out of those she dedicated to the monastic life. Currently, she resides at Jangchub Choeling Nunnery in Southern India. Thukten is studying at Emory University as a Tenzin Gyatso Science Scholar. She thoroughly enjoys observing nature. Thukten was AMAZING …
 
Ora Nadrich is founder and president of the Institute for Transformational Thinking and author of Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity. A certified life coach and mindfulness teacher, she specializes in transformational thinking, self-discovery, and mentoring new coaches as they develop their careers. I had a great time speaking to Ora ab…
 
Lödrö Gyendon is a Buddhist monk living in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Raised in South Florida, Gyendon first encountered Buddhism in college when he was studying sculpture. He moved to Sravasti Abbey to deepen his study in 2011 and trained under the guidance of Bhikkshuni Thubten Chodron, before moving to Gampo Abbey in 2014 where he has lived and t…
 
Alan Stein, Jr. teaches proven strategies to improve organizational performance, create effective leadership, increase team cohesion and collaboration, and develop winning mindsets, rituals, and routines. A successful business owner and veteran basketball performance coach, he spent 15 years working with the highest-performing athletes on the plane…
 
This was another EPIC conversation, this time with Nun Tenzin Choyang. Choyang was born in Tibet and came to India to study Buddhist philosophy. She has been studying Buddhist philosophy at a nunnery for over 17 years. In between that time, she went to Emory University in the United State to learn science and scientific techniques. Currently she is…
 
Carley Hauck is a learning architect, leadership development consultant, author, speaker, and serves as adjunct faculty at Stanford University and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. For the last decade, she has served hundreds of leaders and companies in Fortune 100 companies and high growth start-ups such as: LinkedIn, Genentech, Pixar, Clif Bar…
 
Ven. Geshe Tenzin Damchoe was born in Dharamsala India and attended Tibetan Childrens Village (TCV) school until the 10th grade. After that he attended TCV Bylakuppe where he received a Bachelors of Commerce from St. Philomena’s college of Mysore University. After graduating with his commerce degree, Geshe-la joined the Institute of Buddhist Dialec…
 
Thomas J. Bushlack (Ph.D., University of Notre Dame) is currently the Regional Director of Mission Integration with SSM Health in St. Louis, MO. He brings over 20 years of experience in higher education, public speaking, leading retreats, leadership coaching, and consulting in organizational development in mission integration. Tom’s expertise is in…
 
I reflect on the year that was 2020. The highs and lows and all the wonderful lessons that I learned because of having to go through it all. I talk about: Where the podcast is headed in 2021 Life lessons from growing marijuana Experiences and thoughts on death Ram Dass' massive influence on me Love and Fear Reach out at revibemindfulness@gmail.com …
 
The longest relationship any of us will have with anyone is the relationship with ourselves. In this episode, I spoke with my friend, Clark, about our friendship, how we perceive ourselves, and the ways we can continue to grow. Plus, we recorded right before the 7-Year Anniversary of Beyoncé's eponymous album so...this episode is pretty important. …
 
Marshall and I met earlier this year and formed a very close bond immediately through being facilitators of the satsang we created, Unity Community. His depth of experiential knowledge and wisdom from all of the text he's read always make for a fascinating conversation. He talks about deep stuff while also making it digestible to any audience. Ther…
 
In a time where there is so much uncertainty and many reasons to be pessimistic about the future, Asha brings us a breath of fresh air and provides us insight that brings hope. As a Black Woman, those things don't come easy but Asha puts in the internal work to be able to show up in a meaningful way for herself and for those around her. Asha Tarry …
 
Ada Velonis is the Founder of Marmalade + Kindness. Born and raised in Melbourne, she has always had a passion for baking and cooking. Being of Greek descent, food has always played a prominent role in practicing her culture and shaping her identity. Her fondest food memories are those she spent learning traditional holiday recipes under the wing o…
 
Andre is in tune with life in a very fascinating way. He reached the milestone of 24,000 minutes meditated so I had to have him on the show to talk about his journey. We chat about: Imitating Pop cultures version of meditation when he started How meditation has had a domino effect on his life "Metacognition of your own life's soundtrack" Recognizin…
 
Janelle Christa is a Hollywood coach, actress, producer, and screenwriter, and creator of “conscious entertainment”. Having come from a history of affairs, divorce, and family dysfunction as well as a bi-polar diagnosis, she strongly believes that happiness is a choice. Janelle’s level of expertise sees her coaching celebrity clients and people fro…
 
Alex and I met through a couple of friends just over 2 months ago now. I immediately felt his understanding of the world and the way that he articulated it was something special, so I had to have him on the podcast. I know that you'll feel the same way after listening to our conversation. We talk about: His introduction to meditation How he got int…
 
Devon and Craig Hase are such genuine people and speak about the deep topics of Buddhist Dharma in a very accessible way. They spread joy through their words and lighthearted nature and have recently published a book, "How Not To Be a Hot Mess" that captures so much of what makes them great to talk to, and offers a practical guide to living in toda…
 
Stefanie was a joy to talk to. She started meditating about 5 years ago and didn't maintain that consistently. Recent events within her life have caused her to reconnect with her meditation practice and that just so happened to be in the middle of the current global pandemic. We talked about: Burnout in her first job caused her to turn to Meditatio…
 
Typically, parents just want the best for their kids. For the Seazon Finale, I sit down with Kayra Jay, co-creator of Adultin' Series, and talk about being a creative, a college grad, a daughter of the Caribbean, and what that means for us and for our people. Let's get to know each other IG: catchsomezzzs_ Twitter: catchsomezzzs--- Support this pod…
 
Miles has been on a couple of year long retreats and has found each of his experiences only further fuels his curiosity and wonder about his mind and the minds of others. He speaks very deeply about the precious inner workings of life backed by close to 10 years of devotion to these practices. We talk about: Doing a 10 day vipassana reatreat prior …
 
"What it is ain't what it was". I was in the process of transitioning into the next phase of my dream life when, suddenly: Pandemic. But, that doesn't mean my personal progress has to stop with the rest of the world. In this episode I talk about adapting to a lot of sudden (and frankly, scary) changes in order to keep my peace during this global cr…
 
Sierre is a very interesting person to chat with. She combines a depth of knowledge with a thoughtful approach to looking at life. She's only been meditating for a little over a year and already speaks about life in delicate and amazing ways! We chatted about: How reading Andy Puddicombe’s book got her into meditation Mom’s present of Transcendenta…
 
I left this interview feeling more connected to the world and felt like I had traveled around the world as well. Mag is a magnificent storyteller and has made traveling a center piece to her life and marrying those two things is wonderful to experience. We chat about: How she got the travel bug at 11 years old when she lived in Italy for 3 years Wh…
 
Aaron is so in tune with the tiny details of life and how they play out in our realities. He was so fascinating to chat with that I threw out just some random questions I'd been pondering in my head and he answered them with poise and an amazing amount of thoughtfulness with each word. He is dedicating the foreseeable future to the monastic life an…
 
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