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Join us for an engaging conversation with Troy Hadeed, a yoga and mindfulness teacher, entrepreneur, and author of the book "My Name Is Love: We’re Not All That Different." In this episode, we delve into Troy's personal journey of introspection and exploration, which led him to write a book about universal love and overcoming personal obstacles to allow love to flow through us. Troy shares his early experiences and how they inspired him to explore the human experience and the concept of universal love. He discusses the process of writing and re-writing the book, as well as the guidance he received from experienced literary professionals. Troy also explains the central themes of the book, including the idea of embracing an unconditional love that transcends personal limitations. The conversation concludes with Troy sharing his hopes for the book and how he hopes it will inspire listeners to live life wholeheartedly and embody more compassion, understanding, and love. Whether you're a seasoned yogi, a mindfulness enthusiast, or simply someone looking to explore the concept of universal love, this episode is sure to leave you feeling inspired and uplifted. Don't miss this insightful discussion about the power of love and the importance of self-awareness and introspection in our personal and collective journeys. Tune in to "My Name Is Love" and discover how we can all make a difference in the world by embracing love as a guiding force in our lives.

Get his book - My Name Is Love: We're Not All That Different:

https://a.co/d/0bp7rBl

https://troyhadeed.com/

https://www.facebook.com/troyhadeedofficial/

https://www.instagram.com/troyhadeed

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgPtY11bkI9zGJX01zOzqkQ

Shemaiah's point of reference to the comment made about Luke:

Luke 6:35 New International Version (NIV) But love your enemies, do good to them, and lend to them without expecting to get anything back.

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Join us for an engaging conversation with Troy Hadeed, a yoga and mindfulness teacher, entrepreneur, and author of the book "My Name Is Love: We’re Not All That Different." In this episode, we delve into Troy's personal journey of introspection and exploration, which led him to write a book about universal love and overcoming personal obstacles to allow love to flow through us. Troy shares his early experiences and how they inspired him to explore the human experience and the concept of universal love. He discusses the process of writing and re-writing the book, as well as the guidance he received from experienced literary professionals. Troy also explains the central themes of the book, including the idea of embracing an unconditional love that transcends personal limitations. The conversation concludes with Troy sharing his hopes for the book and how he hopes it will inspire listeners to live life wholeheartedly and embody more compassion, understanding, and love. Whether you're a seasoned yogi, a mindfulness enthusiast, or simply someone looking to explore the concept of universal love, this episode is sure to leave you feeling inspired and uplifted. Don't miss this insightful discussion about the power of love and the importance of self-awareness and introspection in our personal and collective journeys. Tune in to "My Name Is Love" and discover how we can all make a difference in the world by embracing love as a guiding force in our lives. Get his book - My Name Is Love: We're Not All That Different: https://a.co/d/0bp7rBl https://troyhadeed.com/ https://www.facebook.com/troyhadeedofficial/ https://www.instagram.com/troyhadeed https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgPtY11bkI9zGJX01zOzqkQ Shemaiah's point of reference to the comment made about Luke: Luke 6:35 New International Version (NIV) But love your enemies, do good to them, and lend to them without expecting to get anything back. leer más leer menos

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