Ep. #4: Transmuting Grief Through Love with Scott Schwenk
In this episode, I sit down with the one and only Scott Schwenk (@TheScottSchwenk) to discuss what it was like to live in a monastery, why leading with love is the only way, transmuting grief through love, and how he used breathwork to overcome grief after he lost his mother just last year.
A hybrid of laser-like practicality and cutting-edge visionary insight, Scott Schwenk has been catalyzing the inner evolution and leadership development of individuals, relationships, and larger groups and organizations for over 25 years. His work and teaching is a blend of stillness, unexpected expansion, laughter, discovery, and actionable insights revealing dynamic inner freedom.
Born with intense empathy and clairaudience (intuitive hearing) already online, Scott sought understanding and freedom at every turn. Having spent several years living and studying in a Hindu-Tantric monastery in his mid-twenties, Scott has cultivated a number of long apprenticeships in leadership development, tantric meditation/philosophy, spiritual awakening, Vedic ritual, and facilitating later stage adult ego development.
In the private sector, the bulk of Scott’s work is private master coaching worldwide clients in waking up, growing up, cleaning up, and showing up.
He taught weekly meditation classes for Unplug Meditation, Wanderlust Studios in Los Angeles, and at Wanderlust Festivals across the country, and his course Abundant Joy is available on One Commune, an online wellness platform that has programs from the likes of Russell Brand, Brendon Burchard, Marianne Williamson, Deepak Chopra, and countless others.
Please enjoy my interview with Scott Schwenk on Transmuting Grief Through Love!
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