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Practical Magic Podcast with Kate Taylor

The Practical Magic podcast is a weekly dive into helping us live an embodied life full of creative expression with Kate Taylor, creativity and empowerment coach. Practical Magic is Kate's blended melting pot of goodness to align mind, body and soul.

Each week on the podcast will be a voyage of discovery through the mind-body connection to uncover the buried treasure we have within each of us. Kate will be joined on the Practical Magic sofa every fortnight by special guests from the worlds of creativity, wellness, modern spirituality, and those who live for unlocking the power of the body’s wisdom.

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Mar 13, 2019

“I live to enjoy life by the littlest things, feeling the grass between my toes, breathing fresh air, watching the wind sway the trees, enjoying the company of loved ones, a deep conversation, getting lost in a good book, going for a walk in nature, watching my kids grow up. Just the feeling itself of being alive, the absolute amazing fact that we are here right now, breathing, thinking, doing.” 

- Marigold Wellington

When Siobhan Curham decided to write a book about happiness, there was one problem—she wasn’t truly happy. In her latest book Something More … a Spiritual Misfit’s Search for Meaning Siobhan shares her seven year journey to find meaning. In the show today Siobhan shares more about that journey, and her latest book. And we discuss how that something more in life can be found within ourselves, and through our connection to ourselves and love.

As Siobhan says:

“The book took me seven years to live and write; seven years that transformed my life for the better, leaving me happier and stronger and more at peace than I’ve ever been and I’m very excited to be able to share all I’ve learned with you.

This book is for spiritual misfits like me. People who have had enough of the doctrine of separation and fear. People who look around at the world today – at the politics of division and the hashtags of hate and the spiralling mental health crisis – and say, surely there has to be a better way.