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IN THIS EPISODE OF PRACTICALLY CONSCIOUS,
(listen with the player above or subscribe & review at iTunes or Stitcher),
I TALK WITH JESS HESLOP
writer, life coach, and founder of the popular blog Live the Life You Love. We have a fun time, discussing everything from food in London, self acceptance, dealing with tragedy, listening to energy, and letting your creative passions flow.
You can find Jess at her blog. Also, I recommend you like her on Facebook at Live the Life You Love to get her writing and inspirational quotes in your Facebook feed.
BOOKS ETC. JESS AND I MENTION IN THIS EPISODE
The Wake up Cloud with Henri Junttila
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay
A Course in Miracles by Dr. Helen Schucman, Foundation for Inner Peace
The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
Hay House Radio radio for your soul
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