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SoulFeed with Shannon Algeo

Tune into deep and resonant interviews to uplift your spirit and nourish your soul. Hosted by celebrated teacher, writer, and coach Shannon Algeo (Named '35 Under 35 to Watch' by Wanderlust), SoulFeed helps you find the power within you so you can show up in the world as your highest self.
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Now displaying: November, 2017
Nov 20, 2017

Just how powerful is the practice of giving thanks?

Quick Preview of the Podcast:

  • Shannon’s favorite quote about gratitude.  
  • Fascinating research on practicing gratitude.
  • Turn scarcity into enough-ness.
  • How the ‘100 Days of Gratitude’ challenge is changing lives.   

Begin your Day 1 in our ‘100 Days of Gratitude - All Unicorns Welcome’ private FB group for Grateful Unicorns.

FREE Guided Meditation for Self Care (led by Shannon): https://programs.shannonalgeo.com/selfcare-meditation

Nov 6, 2017

How do you deal with injustice in this world?

In this episode, you’ll hear an a remarkable story about one lawyers journey to bring justice to a mother and her son.

Our Guest:

Jim Ferraro is an award-winning environmental attorney, who wrote Blindsided, a true story documenting Jim’s decade-long courtroom battle against the powerful chemical giant, DuPont, to bring justice to the family of a boy who was born with no eyes after his mother was unwittingly doused with chemical fungicide merely walking past a u-pick-it strawberry and tomato farm in Florida.

After the case was deemed unwinnable and turned away by major law firms, Jim single-handedly fought for justice and became the first and only lawyer in American history to successfully prosecute a chemical company for causing a birth defect.

The Castillo-vs.-DuPont case goes down in history as the first and one of the most important of it’s kind because it set the precedent for stricter environmental laws and the questionable use of the “junk science defense” in the courtroom.

It’s a true a David-and-Goliath courtroom and an important and relevant must-read. For more visit: https://projectblindsided.com

Quick Preview of the Podcast:

• How to handle injustice in your life

• Why you can never give up on what’s right

• The reason why major set backs are good

• Practical ways to stand up for yourself

Keep listening to hear how justice prevails when there seems to be no hope!

FREE Guided Meditation for Self Care (led by Shannon): https://programs.shannonalgeo.com/selfcare-meditation

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