Mission, Music & Motherhood

In this episode


Purpose, Parenting, Creativity, Soul Missions + Rachel’s Boston accent impression – this episode has it all.

Content Warning: Please note in this episode we talk openly about our experiences of birth and postpartum mental health. There is also mention of baby loss and adoption/separation. If these topics are sensitive ones for you, please listen with care.

Today, the phenomenal Rachel Platten joins me for a true heart to heart. We go deep into her journey as an artist, the delicate balance of motherhood and mission, the joys and challenges of postpartum life plus her journey towards trusting her own direct connection to The Sacred. Perhaps best known for the anthem of empowerment, Fight Song, her music has a special way of expressing a universal heart-truth. This conversation is anchored in such a deep heart connection. I trust you’ll feel it too.

“Trust yourself, trust your gut, follow your intuition. My God, what a beautiful thing to realize, that you always had the answers inside”

— Rachel Platten


Soul Inquiry

Soul Inquiry is a practice where we enter a direct dialogue with our inner self. 

The Soul Inquiry prompt for this episode is:
How can you trust your own inner connection to God or The Sacred a little bit more?

Now it’s time to commit to a grounded action:
What is one baby step you can take in that direction today?

Key Timestamps

  • 02:26 Opening Sacred Space.

  • 03:22 Feeling the world deeply.

  • 07:20 Finding the balance between music and motherhood.

  • 18:59 The light and the dark of birth.

  • 22:36 Becoming the mother not the maiden.

  • 30:10 Connecting directly into the heart of the scared.

  • 38:36 Creating from the heart.

  • 39:41 Trusting the wisdom within.

  • 46:13 Awakening to the spectrum of the rainbow of us.

  • 50:34 The creation that’s come from the shadow work.

  • 52:09 Today’s Soul Inquiry prompts.

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