Kristine’s late husband, Dr. Richard Carlson, once told her: “I love that there are people in this world who take their greatest tragedy and they allow it to move them forward in life so their life has greater meaning than it might have otherwise had.”
In this week’s episode, I talk with Kristine Carlson about her incredible personal journey through the grief of her husband’s death and her life philosophy on living in the moment and coming from a place of kindness.
Kristine and her husband Richard started exploring their spiritual sides in their early twenties, experimenting with everything from psychics, mediums, and flotation tanks to rebirthing, breathwork, reiki, and meditation.
This paved the way for their approach to living a happy life and the message in their book series, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff.
Together, we discuss:
• Staying open to opportunities you couldn’t plan for yourself
• The transcendental nature of love
• The relationship between the mind and body and the process of healing
• The true impact technology has had on our lives
• The importance of a strong value system and the value of kindness
Kristine Carlson is a New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and leader in the field of transformation. After collaborating with her late husband Dr. Richard Carlson to create a publishing industry phenomenon with the Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff series—selling more than 25 million copies worldwide—today, Kris is emerging as a profound teacher in the areas that matter most to the human heart: how to heal and how to love.
Find out more about Kristine’s work here.