Wouldn't you rather take action than stay in the grey zone of indifference?

I have no doubt that this question stirs your soul and compels you to take action in your life towards living deliberately with authenticity.

This encompasses the intention of The Love Cleanse which is to inspire you to follow your inner knowing and also for you to connect to the human experience behind gutsy living.

In this episode, I have brought on a beloved and trusted friend, Gareth, who hosts a conversation where I gave myself nowhere to hide as an opportunity to practice what I preach and share my own story behind the glory of TLC.

My desire for you is that you’ll relate to the experiences shared in this conversation which will encourage you to make choices that bring you into the freedom that you deserve.

Many prayers went into this episode, so I wholeheartedly believe if you are listening right now, that you have been brought here to find answers particular for you.

Gareth and I connected on so many topics that we both wish was spoken about more commonly and there was definitely an unplanned theme of trusting, having hope and choosing love.

In this conversation, we reveal:

+ The timeline and emotional process behind bringing TLC project to life
and how this can encourage you to have faith in your soul's yearnings too
+ The importance of creating space for yourself to be more available to receive and serve
+ How letting go can be necessary to make room for greater things to grow
+ My process to decide if what I sense my inner knowing is telling me is pure and worth committing to
+ Lessons that the grief of suddenly losing my father brought to my life
+ The power and potential of forgiveness, even when it seems impossible
+ Choosing the discomfort of stepping out of our comfort zone into growth over the pain of regret
+ Why comparison steals our joy and how shame withholds us from owning our worth
+ The gifts of gratitude and solutions to overcoming self-pity


As humans, we can all relate to experiencing our own versions of a crisis that shakes awake our life. The beauty is that we always get to choose if these challenges define what we believe is impossible or instead allow new possibilities.

In this episode, you’ll connect with Di Foster who is a self-confessed ordinary woman with an extraordinary story. When Di was 37, she went to the hospital with trouble breathing and was told she had terminal secondary breast cancer which had metastasised in her lungs. Di was told that 75% of her lungs were covered in tumours or had activity. One lung had collapsed completely. They said she might have 12 months to live and zero chance of surviving 18 months.

Di shares that the miracle of her life is listening to her heart and this is reflected by how she trusted her instinctual inner whisper with what to do next. The intention was simple, spend 365 days focused on gratitude, being present in life and living as naturally as she could for as long as she possibly could. She visualised what her best day looked like and thought to try to have 365 of those! Di acknowledges that If you try and be happy for 365 days, you cant actually do it. But what you can do is you can choose to be present to your emotions and feelings and in this episode, Di shares a lot on the power of intention and choice when facing adversity.

Years on and Di lives in radical remission. One of Di’s highest values in life is growth and she has learned that her greatest hardships brought her greatest lessons. Her story cannot be defined as a tale of cancer or a talk about health and wellness. Her story is a testimony of living a life led by love which we can all relate to, learn from and find hope in.

Connect with Dianne Foster difoster.com
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Disclaimer: The only purpose of this podcast (The Love Cleanse) is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional. This podcast is provided on the understanding that it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services. The Love Cleanse assumes no liability for any of your choices or activities in connection with this podcast or for your use of this podcast in connection with your website, computer or playing device.


Do you find yourself playing out the same experiences even though they are not what you truly desire? Then you find yourself frustrated and defeated, telling yourself that maybe you are just not capable or worthy of your actual potential.

Have you ever looked within and enquired into the stories you tell yourself, where they came from and what you made them mean for your life?

If this resonates, then this episode is going to bring you lots of internal tools and reflections so that you can further understand your limiting beliefs to best live a life led by love.

What Krista Jane shares, we can all relate to as humans because ultimately we all want to feel happy, safe, loved and on purpose. KJ has dedicated herself to supporting thousands of clients get to the heart of what keeps them stuck and guides them to see within themselves why they are not where they truly want to be.

In this conversation, I ended up discarding all of my plans and notes to have a raw and real heart-to-heart with KJ on matters of the soul.

Together we explore:

+ Getting unstuck through using the internal compass of your inner knowing
+ Understanding your own needs to bring you back to feeling connected
+ Seeing why you don’t always allow yourself to be kind to yourself the way you deserve
+ Tools to support you to reflect on your personal unconscious beliefs that keep you stuck
+ Why we need to look at how inner beliefs reflect how we see and experience the world
+ Understanding the stories you tell yourself and what you make them mean
+ The power of observing and responding to life instead of reacting
+ How to identify when your inner child is trying to be heard and nurtured
+ The gifts of connecting with and listening to your Inner Child
+ The importance of honouring yourself through truly feeling your emotions

Post episode, take away questions for journaling reflection:

  1. When did I start to get off track? When did the overwhelm kick in?

  2. Have I ever felt this feeling before? And, when was the first time I felt this feeling?

  3. What did I start to believe (during this experience) about myself or the world?

  4. What does my inner child need to receive and hear?

  5. What positive belief is the opposite to the limiting belief that was created?

  6. What would happen if I started to act as if the positive belief was true?

  7. If my heart had one thing it wanted to know in order for me to come back to flow, what would it be?

Connect with KJ kristajane.com
Connect with Lisa thelovecleanse.com.au

Disclaimer: The only purpose of this podcast (The Love Cleanse) is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional. This podcast is provided on the understanding that it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services. The Love Cleanse assumes no liability for any of your choices or activities in connection with this podcast or for your use of this podcast in connection with your website, computer or playing device.


The limitless opportunities for our life are found beyond the edges of our comfort zone. When we are called out of comfort, there can be a level of unease in the unknown. Sometimes it is hard to trust if the discomfort of the still small voice within is a fear of the wholesome unknown or us being protected from the harmful known.

In this conversation, we explore:

+ Taking the first steps to acknowledge the yes

+ The discomfort of progress

+ Following peace even when it is uncomfortable

+ Understanding that intuition defies logic

+ Discerning the difference between a yes and a no


With a big enough why, you will figure out how. This is a statement that I shared in Episode 001 because it has guided me to continue to step out of my comfort zone, through my current season of life. This encouragement came from the support of a personal mentor of mine from this year, Pru Chapman.

A transformational conversation featuring Pru who, being the founder of Owners Collective is a top business coach and strategist and has worked with hundreds of clients, from innovative start-ups and early-stage entrepreneurs through to global business. She is highly trusted as a trained psychologist, researcher and skilled NLP Practitioner with a Science/Psychology degree and an international accreditation in Behavioural Profiling.

I can personally attest that Pru is a priceless wealth of knowledge which is why I can’t wait for you to tune into her well-lived wisdom. Pru carries the natural beauty of an unpolished gem when it comes to her realistic, cut-through yet always kind advice.

In our conversation today, we explore:

- The power of humanising yourself (and your business) (7:50, 17:57)

- Starting before you are ready (14:31, 24:26, 40:12)

- Moving past perfectionism (15:01)

- How to live by your values (19:47)

- Using vision to maintain focus on your goals (30:00)

- What it means to hustle with heart (43:47)

As a sought-after presenter and speaker on authenticity, purpose, innovation and creativity, Pru Chapman has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Business Chicks, Startup Daily, North journal, Inside Small Business, City Journal and Dynamic Business.

https://theownerscollective.com/

Not only is this episode close to my heart for being TLC’s first interview, but also for featuring Montana Lower. I was drawn to Montana because of the way she leads a dynamic lifestyle as an Environmental Systems Engineer, Model and Artist. She is adored by many for using modelling and social media to inadvertently break the stigma of beauty. Spend a few minutes on her public platforms and you’ll find her talking openly about conscious living, kindness and encouraging others through her vulnerable truth-telling.

In this intimate discussion together in our current hometown of Byron Bay, Australia we speak about:

- Making decisions by following the whispers of wisdom within (2:41)

- Tools to support yourself by making a decision and navigating change (9:21, 12:46)

- The lessons that a recent health crisis was able to offer (13:49)

- What criticism can teach us about ourselves (27:35)

- Montana also shares some insightful advice to her younger self (33:08)

You can read in detail about Montana’s insights and lifestyle over at her journal featured on montanalower.com or Instagram @montanalower


A dedication to sharing the intention and inspiration behind TLC. This includes how my own test of not wanting to be seen became my testimony as I commit to shine a light on conversations of gutsy, love-driven living.