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Finding Brave

Dec 31, 2020

Thank you for listening to our Finding Brave show, ranked in the Top 100 Apple Podcasts in Careers!

“Everyone is given guidance all of the time, but most of the time we don’t listen, or we go in the direction that everyone else is. We’re heading in that direction because we’re told to focus on just all of the material things, and we lose track, making life harder and more fearful.” - Lorna Byrne

In last week’s episode of Finding Brave I introduced you to two very special guests who revealed how each of us can ask for, and receive, more spiritual guidance and support each day. In today’s conclusion, we dive deeper into how you can create a practice whereby you are actually in conversation with your guardian angels. By doing this, it will allow them to support you in making life easier, and in turn, to live a life filled with more unconditional love.

Lorna Byrne is a world-renowned spiritual teacher, speaker and international bestselling author of Angels in my Hair and seven other books published in more than 50 countries and 30 languages with millions of readers around the world.

In 2019, Lorna was named by Watkins Mind Body Spirit Magazine as one of the 100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People in the World. The people who attend Lorna’s worldwide events are very diverse, including theologians and religious leaders, sportspeople, businesspeople and scientists. People of all walks of life, young and old, of all religions and none, are drawn to Lorna to seek her spiritual insight. Many of them say she has given them back hope in their lives. My Guardian Angel, My Best Friend is Lorna’s first children’s book, a compilation of seven stories introduced and illustrated by her daughter, Aideen Byrne. Aideen Byrne’s life was transformed at the age of thirteen with the publication of her mother’s first book, Angels in My Hair. Introducing and illustrating the new book My Guardian Angel, My Best Friend is the first step in giving voice to her own experiences of this spiritual journey. Beyond supporting and creating with Lorna, Aideen’s passion and career focuses on law and research, particularly access to justice. As Coordinator of the University of Edinburgh Law School’s Pro Bono and Clinical Legal Education Department, Aideen develops and maintains their pro bono portfolio, helping people in Scotland and around the globe overcome the justice gap. Committed to encouraging social responsibility in others, Aideen co-founded to support law students doing pro bono work with access to high-quality training materials and events.

During this holiday season, I don’t think there’s a better thing to do than to give yourself a deep infusion of love, self-acceptance and positive energy. I can’t wait to hear what you think of this episode, and the enlightening stories and insights from Lorna and Aideen. To learn more about today's guests, visit:  &