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The Aisling And Richie podcast

Let life support you

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

In this week’s episode of the Aisling and Richie Podcast I share a recent interview I did on Reclaim and Master Your Energy Summit. I was interviewed by the host Willemijn Maas on my healing journey and what I’ve learned along the way.

I started out on my healing journey at 23 years old. After experiencing burn out which led to a diagnosis of depression and anxiety I was on antidepressant medication from 19 - 23 years old. During this time I was completely shut down to my own ability to heal but it was a necessary part of my journey which was the catalyst for my path as a Holistic Nutrition Coach and now writer of my first book Moving From Fear to Trust.

Often the most traumatic experiences led you to the greatest transformation. It’s only when things get unbearable do you find the strength to move beyond your current reality. Like a caterpillar leaving its cocoon.

In this interview Willemijn asks me key questions about the life changing events over the past decade that have shaped who I am, including how I got involved in activism with The Girl Against Fluoride campaign.

After hitting a wall fighting against the system in 2014, I was led to take an inward journey which opened me up to my power, strength and courage to accept where I am and to focus all of my energy on creating my vision one step at a time.

The ultimate test came when my Mum got suddenly unwell last February and ended up in an medically induced coma for 12 weeks, eventually passing away on the 10th May. The test was to face my biggest fear and to move from fear to trust by focusing on the highest outcome unfolding.

After many months of practicing moving from fear to trust, I was given the message I needed to hear by Dr Mary Helen Hensley at the Open Minds Conference Ireland last November. After speaking on stage, Mary Helen was the speaker just after me. As she stood on the stage looking down on at me in the audience she shared a message from my Mum that we’d come to the earth to work together and that she’s brought me to the perfect point where it was time for her to exit but she is still working with me from the other side.

I’ve been shown through my biggest initiations that it’s always possible to move from fear to trust. You can heal when you let life support you. Surrender and let go of your attachment to the outcome and free up your energy to heal.

Now I’m excited to guide others through their unique journey of moving from fear to trust and reconnecting with who they really are. It’s an exciting time to be part of the growing moment of women reclaiming their energy and creating a new reality that supports all of life to flourish.

I was so excited to be part of the Reclaim your energy Summit which you can find here: Click this link

The summit was hosted by Willemijn Mass, M.D and Certified Coach of Elemental Life

I’d love to hear from you, let me know what was the number one message you’re taking from this interview? Let me know in the comments below!


Aisling xo

Podcast music by Richie Ros

The secret to long term success

Aisling FitzGibbon

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On today’s episode I’m joined by special guest Mike Mannix, owner of Kikoh Reiki and Iconic Underground Magazine.

I connected with Mike during The Girl Against Fluoride campaign and always have a great affinity with him. Mike is a diverse and multi passionate guy who always inspires me to think long term when it comes to setting my goals.

Fluoride free photo shoot at Kikoh Reiki, Dublin Wellness Centre in September 2012

Fluoride free photo shoot at Kikoh Reiki, Dublin Wellness Centre in September 2012

I wanted to share his unique perspective and gems of insight with you in today’s episode.

Mike runs a thriving Traditional Japanese Reiki Practice is Dublin Wellness Centre on South William Street. It was there I had a few retreats from the busy campaign and recharged with Mike’s guidance.

The other passion of Mike is electronic and house music and he owns the Iconic Underground magazine which is published bi-monthly.

The self empowerment tool of Kikoh Reiki has allowed Mike to stand on his own two feet and carve out his path on his own terms.

He shares that we’re all born with the latent ability to move and rebalance your energy. It’s as natural as walking and talking but the conditioning around an outside authority governing your health can block you from accessing this natural gift.

I asked Mike what was the biggest resistance to taking this journey of self empowerment and he said “it’s working through your shadow and conditioning”. He also believes that all the bells and whistles that are typically associated with energy healing can turn people off. This is why Mike refuses to morph into the stereotype of a Reiki teacher and instead embodies his diverse individuality. To me this is refreshing and inclusive for those who enjoy multiple passions that aren’t related to spirituality directly.

Mike’s secret to long term success is the 3 Ps.

Patience, perseverance and persistence. These need to be applied to any goal worth pursuing.

The biggest goal is to try to overcome yourself as it takes a great deal of strength to take a journey of self discovery. Our society isn’t set up to support this yet but luckily this is changing now as parents like Mike are influencing the next generation. Also meditation is now being taught in schools across the UK and in some Irish schools.

Mike’s son Leon who’s 3 years old is being brought up with this understanding of rebalancing energy and I’m sure during his upbringing will learn many valuable lessons on how to be self sovereign. Which means relying on your own self to direct your life.

Mike’s key message from this conversation is to stick to your guns, distance yourself from the naysayers. Success is a long fought road. The attitude of gratitude is essential. Gratitude brings more of what you focus on. Be grateful to pursue your goal with the intention that it gets a bit easier with time.

Now I’d love to hear from you, what is the number one insight you’re taking away from this episode. Leave your comment below!


Aisling xo

Connect with Mike:

Kikoh Reiki

Iconic Underground Magazine

Start where you are

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

In today’s episode I catch up with Richie who’s on tour in Europe. So far Richie’s played gigs in over 5 countries since early April, including Switzerland, France, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium.

Sometimes Richie wonders will anything come of it but he reminds himself it’s about reaching one person at a time.

Richie’s been selected to feature at a Singer Songwriter Festival in Copenhagen on 31st August, this and many more opportunities have come in since Richie set out on tour early April.

The key lesson is that the more you focus on the process, the more you’ll see it unfold. When you fixate on the outcome you miss out on being present to the process.

This lesson applies to all the things you’re trying to achieve and create in your life.

Be prepared to build from the ground up. Start small and keep growing.

Richie’s inspired by musician Tommy Emmanuel who carved out his own music career into a thriving lifelong career. Also Gary V the CEO of Vayner Media is a great model of following your long term game.

You have to be willing to go through a period of discomfort and uncertainty as you establish you’ve goals in your life. If you don’t get out of your comfort zone you’ll never push yourself beyond your current reality.

Moving From Fear to Trust Book update: After a great meeting with my book Midwife and Mentor Dr Mary Helen Hensley my goal is to have my 60,000 word manuscript completed by end of July.

I’ve so far written 7,000 words so only another 53,000 words to go. I’ve broken this down to approx 611 words per day over the next 90 days. Somedays I write more when I’ve more energy and space and other days I write what I can. The key is to stay with the momentum of getting it done.

With this book I have no idea of the outcome so instead of draining my energy projecting out into the future, I’m drawing all of focus into the present time on actually writing the book to the best level I can. I’m confident that when I’m at the stage of publishing the book I’ll be guided to take the right action I need to bring this book out into the world and to the people who most need to read it.

Our key message from this podcast episode is to start where you are and enjoy the process. The outcome will take care of itself from you fully showing up to the process.

Now we’d love to hear from you, what area of your life do you need to shift your focus from the outcome to the process? Let us know in the comments below!

Aisling & Richie xo

Intro music by Richie Ros.

Focus on being here now

Aisling FitzGibbon

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Today’s episode is a life update session. Richie has officially begun his Odyssey tour and shares what’s happening for him in Europe this Summer where he’s playing over 100 shows in almost 20 countries and is releasing his debut album Odyssey. Odyssey was produced by Grammy Award Winning producer David Odlum in the Black box studio in France.

The key lesson when you’re embarking on your odyssey no matter how big or small is to start where you are and focus on this step fully and the next step reveals itself to you.

When you help yourself, people and the Universe help you to follow your vision.

Richie is making a documentary called The Odyssey to document the process of his tour behind the scenes with all the twists and turns along the way as he bring his music and voice into the world. I’m really excited about this as I feel it will be super inspiring and exciting.

You can download a free song off Richie’s album called Running Away at this link: Click here

Until next time.


Aisling and Richie xo

Intro music to the podcast by Richie Ros

Nourish your skin naturally

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Today Richie and I were joined by Kevin Lynch the owner of Airmid. Airmid is a natural Irish Skin care company based in the Burren Co.Clare. I first visited Kevin back in 2017 in his factory in Waterville, Co.Kerry. Kevin and his family have since moved back to their home in the Burren where they grow their own herbs and make all their natural skin care products by hand in their factory beside their home.

Airmid was born in 2009 after their youngest son Caoimhin suffered with eczema. Tina, Kevin’s wife began to experiment with a chamomile soap for Caoimhin’s skin and eventually completed a professional soap making course. The initial seed was sown.

Airmid sources the purest and most ethical ingredients for their range of natural skin care products.

I was delighted to discover Airmid as I’m a big fan of natural products made of real ingredients. Ingredients include fair trade shea butter, organic argan oil, jojoba oil, essential oils, organic home grown herbs, extra virgin olive oil from El Greco from a Greek supplier and coconut oil and cocoa butter.

Airmid was the Irish Celtic Goddess of Herbs and Healing to the Tuatha De Danann, Ireland's magical ancient tribe. I think they definitely live up to that magical name.

Both Richie and I love the shaving soap. Richie finds it the best shaving soap on the market and is a convert for life. The new Italian shaving brush is vegan, hygienic and stylish.

You only need to use small amounts of their products so they are really long lasting.

Using the soaps you can buy a organic soap saver from their online store to help your soaps last as long as possible. The soap savers and reusable face scrubbies are made from Selkie Crochet in Waterville, Co.Kerry.

The funds that go to Selkie Crochet sponsor two girls through ActionAid Ireland with their profits - one in Vietnam and the other in Kenya. The shampoo containers are recycled pulp that can be planted, the tins are reusable and all packaging comes from sustainable sources. This is a win win for all.

Airmid produce bar soaps, shaving soap and shampoo bars by traditional cold process methods. All bars are cut by hand and are cured for at least 6 weeks before sale to ensure a hard, high quality luxury product that lasts.

What really connects me to Airmid is how big hearted and creative they are. They are willing to invest in proper ingredients for products that suit the most sensitive skin. As a result their margins are low so they don’t have the money to invest in marketing. Which is where I come in.

I’ve partnered with Airmid to bring their beautiful products into your life. This week’s Airmid Special Offer is available until Friday 5th April at Midnight GMT. There’s a 10 % discount and free shipping in Ireland for orders of 60 Euro or more.

To avail of the 10% discount code sign up at this link to receive to your inbox: Click here

Love and healthy products,

Aisling xo

Intro song to the podcast from Strange Mentality by Richie Ros.

What happens at the Spring Equinox

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Last week on the 20th March was the Spring Equinox which marked the first day of Spring. As this is a topic close to my heart we decided to record this week’s episode of the Aisling and Richie Podcast to share with you all about the Spring Equinox.

The Spring Equinox is a transformative time in terms of your health and energy.

In the 5 Elements theory from Traditional Chinese Medicine, Spring is in the Wood Element which governs your liver and gallbladder.

This time is the perfect time to support your liver with an abundance of leafy greens (lettuce, spinach, kale, rocket, dandelion leaves and nettle leaves).

Dandelion leaves you can now pick in your garden can be juiced along with celery and cucumber to restore your liver and support your detoxification routes and remineralize your body.

A beautiful self care practice is castor oil packing of your liver to help cleanse your lymphatic system. Castor oil packing is not to be done when you’re pregnant or menstruating.

Edgar Cayce the sleeping prophet called castor oil “the palm of christ” as it emits white light into the cells which creates healing to the area that’s packed.

The Equinox literally means equal night. During the equinox most places on Earth will see approximately 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night.

This time of year calls you to clear out on all levels. Physically, emotionally, mentally, financially, spiritually and soulfully.

Cleansing and supporting your liver is the cornerstone of clearing out as your physical body is the entry point to everything else.

I’d love to hear from you, what action are you inspired to take from this episode and what practices are you doing that you’d like to share with us. Share in the comments below!


Aisling and Richie xo

Intro song to the podcast from Strange Mentality by Richie Ros.

How to train your mind to be positive

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Affirmations open the way, the beginning point of change. - Louise Hay

In today’s episode of The Aisling and Richie Podcast we discuss our practice of using affirmations. I was introduced to affirmations by my Mum who taught me to “make part of everyday a mini holiday” and a buddhist chant we always used to get a parking space. Your brain is primed to look for the negative so it’s important to train yourself to be positive.

To keep our ancestors alive, our brain evolved a ‘negativity bias’, which lets positive experiences flow through it like water through a sieve. - Rick Hanson

The morning is the most vulnerable and sensitive time which is why a morning routine is essential to set the tone for your day.

Everyday you have the choice to enter the day intentionally. To move from fear to trust. What you look for you’ll experience. It’s your perception of your life that determines how you feel.

Richie loves listening to the change your thinking, change your life meditation by Louise Hay in the morning.

Even if you’re in a negative headspace, you have the power to train yourself out of that. It’s not an overnight process, it’s a practice.

Share with others who are open and will reaffirm your practice back to you.

Affirmations serve you when you practice them when life is going well and when life is challenging.

They are an anchor and point of focus for your behaviour.

Practice for 30 days and evolve your practice as you evolve so it feels good to you.

Movement is really great to combine with your affirmations. I love to bounce on my rebounder and say my affirmations to hard wire them into my nervous system.

The future is a continuation of this moment so what you choose to practice in this moment will create your future reality. You have the power to choose each day. Even on those days where you feel overwhelmed by daily challenges you can change your perception to change your experience.

Now we’d love to hear from you, what affirmation practice do you do that supports you? Share in the comments below!


Aisling and Richie xo

Intro song to the podcast from Strange Mentality by Richie Ros.


Resilient: 12 Tools for transforming everyday experiences into lasting happiness by Rick Hanson

Change your thinking, change your life. Morning Meditation by Louise Hay

Rebounder for bouncing your affirmations into your nervous system

Pioneer your purpose

Aisling FitzGibbon

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On today’s episode of The Aisling and Richie Podcast I’m joined by special guest Tricia O’Connor to talk about what it means to pioneer your purpose.

Pioneering your purpose means to create a life’s work, moving towards mastery and not caring what others think of you.

This journey is constantly opening up. You have to be a jedi as it’s the path of mastery.

If you’re resonating with this message it’s because you’re evolving.

You’re called to move beyond your belief systems and the collective belief systems.

You’re moving into a new terrain of accumulating wealth and growing bigger in your expression as you build your kingdom.

Irish women have been really beaten down. Becoming your greatest self is an act of devotion to the women who have come before you and the women who will come after you.

It’s a social responsibility to pass this on to others who are ready to evolve.

Pioneer your purpose retreat is a space holding for you to emerge into your greatest self. We’ll provide the tools, training and support for you to pioneer your purpose with confidence, ease and grace.

Will you move through your resistance to join us at this life changing retreat?

Last spots are being filled up and deadline to sign up is 15th March. Click here to sign up


Aisling and Tricia xo

Going Pro

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Today’s podcast episode is an exercise inspired by my mentor Marie Forleo about going pro.

I asked Richie’s 3 amateur habits he’s ready to let go of and I share my 3 amateur habits I’m ready to let go of.

To replace these old amateur habits we shared the 3 Going Pro habits we are now committing to living.

This is a great exercise to do when you’re about to embark on a new journey. Ask yourself what habits you want to let go and what new habits you want to live to express your greatest potential.

We’d love to hear from you, what 3 amateur habits are you ready to let go of and what 3 Going Pro habits can you now put in place to take your life, health, business to the next level. Share in the comments below!


Aisling and Richie

Intro music by Richie Ros and if you’re in Europe this Summer check out Richie’s tour dates here and see can you see him live.

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The Ebb and Flow of life

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

On today’s episode I invited Maeve Ferris of Ebb and Flow Yoga Ireland to join me. I’ve been going to Maeve’s yoga classes since my Mum passed away last year. Not only has Maeve helped me release grief and build confidence in myself once again, she embodies moving from fear to trust.

Maeve’s corporate background gave her the perfect skill set to leverage on for building her thriving yoga practice. As she shares, she only started teaching a class of 2-3 and in some cases 1 student but she was determined to give her students a great experience and as a result her practice has grown exponentially over the past 2 years.

Maeve shares some serious fear moments she has faced along her path, including the very familiar “imposter syndrome” we can all secretly suffer when we’re on a steep learning curve.

A key message Maeve shares with us is “You have to believe in yourself or it won’t work”. This to me is a lesson I’m learning time and time again.

Once you’ve listened to the episode, I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!



P.S I’m opening the doors to Energy is Your Currency Membership today. Doors close this Friday 9th February at 11 pm GMT. This month we are following the Liver Rescue Cleanse by the Medical Medium. Click here to join.

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The pull of the tribal mindset

Aisling FitzGibbon

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Last week I accidentally sent out the wrong article on my mailing list. As there is never such thing as a coincidence, Richie ended up reading the article that was published last January and told me to check it out as it’s relevant to what I’m going through at the moment.

This article was exactly what I needed to hear and I decided to record a spoken word of the article in today’s episode of The Aisling and Richie Podcast.

I invite you to listen in and if you want to read the newly updated article click here.

Let us know are you facing any issues detaching yourself from the pull of the tribal mindset in the comments below.


Aisling and Richie

Intro music from Strange Mentality by Richie Ros.

3 ways you can deal with a negative person

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak

We all encounter negative people on our journey. One negative comment can derail you if you let it.

Richie and I share the 3 ways for dealing with a negative person:

1) Choose to not feed them your energy.

2) Opposing them to get them to see your point of view. You strengthen what you oppose. When you do this you see that it’s a waste of your energy.

3) Accept what is. Come back to your own power. Take action to strengthen your boundaries. Eliminate people that are having a negative influence over your life.

When you are going after your vision you inevitability encounter negative people that will try to bring you down. Having this awareness is really empowering so you can have the discernment to realise when you are falling into the trap. Richie and I have both learnt this the hard way dealing with people that are negative.

These situations are opportunities for you to grow and evolve.

We’d love to hear from you. How do you handle negative people in your life?


Aisling and Richie x

Music Intro from Strange Mentality by Richie Ros

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It's about the long game

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak

In today’s episode of the Aisling and Richie Podcast we discuss how it’s about the long game when it comes to following your vision.

We both share our stories of how we began our individual journeys back in 2010. The year we both qualified in what we thought at the time was our careers. Richie qualified as a Physiotherapist and I qualified as a Occupational Therapist.

Richie jumped ship and decided to pursue his career as a musician. It took him 2 1/2 years to complete his debut album Odyssey and now this year he is touring his album in 20 countries across Europe.

Richie went onto his path not knowing how it would unfold but he says it’s very important not to give a f**k what others say or do.

I share how I started my path with my healing journey back in 2010. After qualifying as an OT, I didn’t have the energy to pursue that career and instead found myself with the job of healing myself. This opened up to starting a campaign to get fluoride out of our water supply and soon after The Girl Against Fluoride after realising most people wouldn’t listen to the science against fluoride.

I had no idea of how long it would take and initially thought I’d give the campaign a year. After 7 years I now see that it will take a generational shift to create the change we want to see. Getting the fluoride out of the water is a long game.

I got really disheartened when I didn’t get the fluoride out in the timeline I had intended. This was a big lesson in detaching from the outcome and surrendering to the way life is unfolding.

Now I can see how important it is to think longterm so you can breathe and focus on what is in front of you.

All change takes time and doesn’t follow a straight line. Your intentions are not set in stone, they’re a guideline that changes as you evolve.

Enjoy where you are because “there” is here.

As always, I’d love to hear from you. How can you think of the long game of your vision and break it down into what you need to do now to make that happen over time?



What's the alternative to you not following your vision in 2019?

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak MUA Le’Masque Studio

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak MUA Le’Masque Studio

Happy New Year for 2019. We’re back with the first podcast of 2019 after a relaxing 2 week holiday.

Today’s episode asks you the question “What’s the alternative to you not following your vision for 2019?

The main points discussed today:

I was a speaker at the Open Minds Conference last November where I met Mary Helen Hensley who is a Author, Chiropractor and Metaphysical Healer. Mary Helen told me “You need to put your story into a book”

Reducing our phone time is our intention, using social media as a tool instead of a tyrant.

Visited Mary Helen during the holidays and I birthed the beginning of my first book Moving From Fear To Trust that I’m co-authoring with my Mum Martha. I’m deeply grateful to have Mary Helen as my mentor and Book midwife.

Sharing my intentions with you helps me to stay accountable and on track with my project.

Richie shares about his Odyssey Tour in Europe this year.

We’re socially conditioned to fear failure. We attach our identity to failing and it makes us want to give up. Failing is part of the process of learning to master anything. It doesn’t make you a failure. When you fail, fail in the direction you want to go in. Richie’s example of his first attempt at making his album.

Embracing failure is essential when you pursue your goals and vision.

Map out your intentions for the New Year and detach from the outcome of how it has to unfold.

Learn to trust in the timing while having the discipline to stay on your course.

Inspired by a question I heard recently on a Masterclass by Elizabeth Gilbert, I’d like you to ask yourself is “What’s the alternative of you not following your vision?” Please share in the comments below.



Doors are open to join Energy is Your Currency Membership today until tomorrow at 8 pm. This months theme is focused on embodying Hygge, which is the Danish concept of creating contentment and wellbeing. This practice is designed to move you from fear to trust so you can follow your vision this year. There ‘s a masterclass with Mary Helen Hensley available to give you the momentum to move through your fears and take inspired action to bring your vision to life in 2019. Are you ready?

Year in Review 2018

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak MUA Le’Masque Studio

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak MUA Le’Masque Studio

What a year it has been. In today’s episode of the Aisling and Richie Podcast we discuss our Year in Review practice that we started last year. It’s so helpful to digest the year, see the insights, lessons and patterns you have experienced so you can kick off 2019 with clarity, intention and focus on bringing your vision to life in a way that feels good to you.

We share our biggest lesson, most significant celebration and Number One limiting story we are leaving behind in 2018.

I’d love to invite you to join me in this practice and ask yourself the following questions. Write down your answers in a beautiful notepad you can return to next year.

1) What was the biggest lesson in 2018?

2) What was the most significant celebration in 2018?

3) What is the Number One limiting story you are going to leave behind in 2018?

This week is the run up to the Winter Solstice on Friday 21st December. This is a special time to turn inward and to discover your gems of insights so you can feel nourished and replenished. I recommend creating a ritual to honour this time. You’ll feel so much better and ready to celebrate the return of the light when you face your own depth and darkness.

Let me know how you get on with your Year In Review practice in the comments below.

Happy Winter Solstice and Holidays,



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Claim your value

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak MUA Lydia  Le'Masque Studio

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak MUA Lydia Le'Masque Studio

Today Richie and I discuss learning to claim your value. Richie shares about his journey as a musician, starting off playing open mic gigs to pub gigs that sometimes he didn’t even get paid for. We discuss how surrounding yourself with the wrong people who don’t see your value can stop you in your tracks if you let it.

Your intrinsic knowing that you are valuable spurs you on to create opportunities where you receive your value.

You have to state what you’re worth and take action to show the world - this is what I’m about.

Aisling shares her journey as a activist and doing her work for free. The transition to becoming a business owner has been full of lessons where the outside environment will mirror back to you your own beliefs and programmes.

If you want to claim your value and power you will be initiated by situations that ask you “Are you in your power or have you given your power away?”

This is a practice with yourself to continuously see your value even when the outside world can’t see it yet.

Your relationship to money is all to with your relationship to your power.

Tell us what insights this episode brings up for you and your intentions for claiming your value in 2019?

Want to go deeper with this practice? Doors are open until tomorrow 12th December to enrol in Energy is Your Currency Membership. This month’s theme is focused on getting ready to reach your next level in 2019.

Talk Your Vision into Life

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo Credit:  Pawel Nowak  MUA Lydia Kirdyashkina  Le'Masque Studio

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak MUA Lydia Kirdyashkina Le'Masque Studio

Main points discussed in today’s episode of Talk Your Vision into Life:

What we’ve been up to since September.

Plant based holiday in Portugal: Richie feeling really energised.

How my skin has improved from the Medical Medium Liver Rescue Cleanse.

Talking your vision into reality.

Richie’s European Tour 2019.

Aisling’s Retreat in Portugal Summer 2020.

Call out your vision of what you want to do. Take the easiest first step to get this going.

Recently met Dr Mary Helen Hensley best selling author of Bringing Life to Death at the Open Minds Conference Ireland in Waterford. Mary has inspired me to start writing my first book which I have just started. Hurrah.

When you set out on your vision, the doubts and fears creep in. Can you really do this?

Reframe your situation to empower yourself. Your perception creates your reality.

Trust in the unfolding and go with how life is moving you. Embrace your next step.

Surround yourself with people who will bring your vision to life.

Over to you, what vision do you want to bring to life and what is the first easiest step you can take? Share in the comments below.

Want to go deeper? I’m opening the doors to Energy is Your Currency Membership this Saturday 8th December. For the rest of December I am guiding you to prepare to take your life to the next level in 2019.

Focus on staying in your lane and avoid the comparison trap

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

On today’s Episode 15 “Focus on staying in your own lane without the comparison trap”

The main highlights from today’s episode are:

  • Concentrate on where you are in your journey.

  • Understand that everyone is at different stages in their journey - levels of skills, levels of networking, levels of support through your community and team.

  • When you fall into the comparison trap (we all do with social media) by looking at others and thinking I should be doing XYZ. This feeds into doubt, insecurity and robs you off your creative power.

  • Stay focused on developing yourself and mastering what is in front of you. Appreciate where you are now. Trust in the greater opportunities that are available to you in the right timing.

  • Take inspired action and following through on what matters to you.

  • Stay inspired by people you follow but always know that you are on your own unique journey and need to keep focused on mastering YOU.

What is your biggest insight from today’s episode? What action can you put in place right away? Share in the comments below!

Cultivating a Growth Mindset

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Podcast intro music from Richie Ros's song Strange Mentality. 

On today's episode we discuss how we cultivate a growth mindset. The top 3 principles include:

1) Accepting where you are with clarity and gratitude. This is a tricky one for high achievers as we always want to be further ahead than where we are now. We must understand that in order to get to the place where you want to get to, you have to accept where you are now. You must master the level you are on before you can reach the next level. Life is similiar to a computer game like Super Mario (remember him and his cool gold coins?).

In order to reach the next level in your life you have to learn and master your lessons through practice and failure. "Master the moment" is a daily mantra that really helps to embed this understanding. 

2) Exercise, as a healthy body is a healthy mind. Richie and Aisling share their current exercise practice. We both agree that movement is essential for cultivating our growth mindset. Stagnant energy in your body can lead to very low vibe thinking and decision making. It's either the upward cycle of positive energy and empowerment or the downward spiral into low energy and disempowerment 

3) A daily practice that promotes a growth mindset is a morning routine and scheduling your top 3 priorities in your calendar. A 20 minute meditation in the morning to start the day and either night before or the morning schedule your top 3 priorities for the day. Focus your time, energy and commitment on getting your top 3 priorities done instead of trying to cram in everything and respond to all the urgent tasks that are never ending. You must access what is important so you can focus on the things that will move your life forward as opposed to spinning in all directions and not really getting the results that you want. 

Richie and I have committed to 30 days of daily meditation and scheduling top 3 priorities daily. We will report back next week on how this is going and what we learn from this challenge. 

We'd love to hear from you, what is your biggest insight from this week's episode? Share in the comments below. 

Admit it, you hate your "Poor Me" trap

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Today's episode is part 2 of the "Poor Me" trap series. We discuss the different ways that the poor me trap can show up in your life, for example "I should be further ahead in my life". 

You can easily fall into this trap when you don't connect to your higher vision. The poor me trap drains your energy and creates a self fulfilling prophecy that you keep feeding and others in your life buy into the story you keep on repeat. 

The poor me trap can show up in health, relationships, business/career and life purpose. It can show up in procrastinating behaviours around the things that will help you. 

What can you do when you are stuck in your "Poor Me" trap? 

Number 1 is to recognise your "poor me" trap either coming from yourself or from others in your life. 

Number 2 is to take action to change this story and write a new empowering script. 

Starting where you are, write down how far you have come since you were 10 years of age, all the many milestones and achievements to date. Fully realise how far you have come. Celebrate yourself. Now write down all the great things in your life that uplift you, the people, job, opportunities. Whatever is great right now, write it down and take it in. 

Use your past as inspiration to create your future vision in the present moment. 

Create a new script of an empowered life where you live your full expression. 

Your attitude shapes your life and the choice is yours. 

Over to you, what action are you going to take to write your new script? Let us know in the comments below!

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