There’s no such thing as an “easy life” which is why it’s SO important to develop the right tools to help you handle everyday chaos. Today, I’m talking with Tal Rabinowitz who’s helping people around the world learn to find calm in their daily commotion with her company The DEN Meditation. She gives tips for beginners who’ve never tried calming their minds and shares how meditation can totally change your outlook on your relationship. We also talk about judgment, specifically how you can stop labeling everything as ‘bad’ or ‘good’ and simply let things be what they are. It’s 2021—and time to meditate, masturbate, and manifest for a better year. Thank you for supporting our sponsors who help keep this show FREE: Magic Wand, We-Vibe, Muse, Emily's Vesper For more information about Tal Rabinowitz, visit: denanywhere.com For even more sex advice, tips, and tricks visit sexwithemily.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 006. Directing Your Energy Toward Self-Empowerment, Wisdom & Success with Tal Rabinowitz
The W.I.S.E. Podcast
Directing Your Energy Toward Self-Empowerment, Wisdom & Success with Tal Rabinowitz Navigating the power dynamics in a gendered society has become increasingly difficult for women. This is especially true in the workplace, where expectations for and pressure on women are higher. In such an environment, the challenge is to manage and direct our energy toward self-empowerment, wisdom, and success. In this episode, Tal Rabinowitz describes her journey and struggles as a woman of her generation. She talks about empowerment and the lessons she learned from her experiences as a professional and a mother. Tal highlights the importance of paying attention to your energy and directing it toward things that serve you best. Learn more about wisdom, inspiration, success, and empowerment by listening to this episode. This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers. Activate your 10% discount using the code wise10 and save up to 63% on select BiOptimizers products. Free shipping on select orders. This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers. www.bioptimizers.com/wise This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. www.betterhelp.com/wise Get affordable, private online counseling today and enjoy 10% off your first month. Discount code wise will be automatically applied. Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: Discover exciting life lessons from Tal’s experiences as a professional, a mother, and a woman. Learn to manage your energy in a manner that allows you to flourish and grow as a person. What do wisdom, inspiration, success, and empowerment mean to Tal? Find out toward the end of the episode. Resources The DEN Meditation by Tal Rabinowitz Are you overwhelmingly stressed and wanting to truly connect to yourself? Listen to Radically Loved if you want to learn how to achieve mind/body/spirit connection, create more sustainable relationships, and find your life’s passion. Be sure to share your favorite episodes and leave a review! FREE workbook! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Enter your email below, and I’ll send it right away! Episode Highlights Exemplars of Wisdom in Tal’s Life When Tal hears the word “wise,” she thinks of her grandfather and her mother. She describes her grandfather as “brilliant with the mind, growing at the heart.” Tal admires her mom, who is a doctor, for her strength. At 70, her mom still practices her profession. Paying Attention to Your Energy Tal had worked in the entertainment industry for a long time. The biggest lesson she learned from her career is paying attention to her energy. We can manage our energy despite the adrenaline pump we experience from the demands of our jobs. Longevity in your job does not necessarily mean growth. It is crucial to feel, direct, and manage our energy better. Success Is Simplicity Success, for Tal, is wanting less. With simplicity, she can use her energy to grow. Other people may perceive Tal’s vision of success as failure or setback. However, for her, it means ample opportunities. Empowerment: Past & Present For Tal, the concept of women empowerment before and now is very similar. The difference lies in how we express it. Empowerment means you do you. It is about having the choices and owning who you are without having to compromise. In her 20s, Tal felt like she needed to prove a point in the decisions she made. Before, empowerment is about trying to make a point. Now, empowerment comes from within. The Biggest Lesson from Tal’s Daughter As a mother, Tal is learning every day. There are days where some things are foreign to her. She always asks the question, “What could I have done differently?” She wants to give her daughter more space to grow. At the same time, she wants to provide her with the skill sets she needs to feel more empowered. Being a mother forces her to learn patience in a more encompassing way. Wisdom Comes from All Ages We are all on different paths and journeys at different times. Many young people have more wisdom about certain situations. Wisdom is not about age. What matters is who you are and where you are on your path. Tal’s Greatest Life Shift Tal’s greatest life shift happened in her first marriage. When the relationship was just starting, there was a voice in her head stopping her from saying yes. However, she was terrified to communicate. By not communicating, she ended up making decisions that hurt her ex-husband. Tal learned to listen to what her body is telling her. She learned to talk about things, even if it meant hurting someone in the process. She also learned that making mistakes only reflects the totality of man. Your mistakes do not define you. On Resisting Change Everything is energy. Energy moves, and nothing is static. Resisting change makes things more difficult because you are fighting against the flow. At some point, the current is going to take you. When you go with the flow, you do not have to worry about getting plummeted down the waterfall. What WISE Means to Tal Wisdom means knowing yourself. Inspiration is that little seed of energy that you cannot deny. Success is happiness unattached to anything specific. Empowerment is owning yourself and not apologizing for it. Tal’s Advice to Her Daughter Don’t say you can’t. You can do anything. You are strong and powerful. 5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode “Start paying attention to your energy.” “I kind of wish I could have learned to manage my energy better. And again, that’s not so much like taking care of yourself and self-care. It’s like feeling it and directing it.” “You got to do what works for you and what makes you happy.” “I might make choices that people wouldn’t agree with—and I’ve done that my whole career, all careers. But I check in and I’m like, if it feels good to me, I’m going to do it, and if it’s not the right choice, I know I can defend it because it’s mine.” “Some things are life experience, but there’s a wisdom that can be innate, that it doesn’t matter how old you are.” About Tal Tal Rabinowitz is the founder and CEO of The DEN Meditation, a drop-in studio for guided meditation. She also worked as an entertainment industry executive for almost 20 years. The lessons that Tal learned from her experiences in life paved the way for her successful entrepreneurial endeavor. To learn more about Tal and her work, you may visit her website, The DEN Meditation. You may also find her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Enjoy the Podcast? If you felt empowered from listening to this podcast, subscribe and share it with the people you love! Love to give us 5 stars? If you do, we'd love a review from you. Help us reach, inspire, and empower more women! 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DENtalks is a show all about intimate conversations with meditation teachers, spiritual leaders, activists, celebrities, authors and people from all walks of life who have unlocked their true life potential by discovering their authentic selves. I was honored to be invited onto the show by host Tal Rabinowitz, founder of DEN Meditation. We discuss ego, finance, spirituality, how they all tie together, just how much being disconnected from nature is costing us, and the ongoing process of undoing everything we’ve been subconsciously programmed to do. I even share one of my personal spiritual practices at the end of the episode. Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // https://www.instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // https://twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - https://www.youtube.com/c/LukeStorey HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the Show? Youʻll really love Lukeʻs Master Market Online Store! It’s a win/win! Get direct links to all of Luke’s hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, get exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW. Other ways to support: SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals
158: Tal Rabinowitz, Forgoing Hollywood and Finding Meditation
Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris
#17 Waking up thru Authenticity with Tal Rabinowitz
Awakenings in Real Life
Today we have Tal Rabinowitz, founder and CEO of Den Meditation and host of DenTalks Podcast. We speak about her path of leaving a successful career as an entertainment tv executive, to opening the Den Meditation and starting her The DenTalks podcast. Tal is a force of nature who inspires both of us! We speak… Continue reading #17 Waking up thru Authenticity with Tal Rabinowitz
Episode 184| Creating A Sanctuary with Tal Rabinowitz
Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta
Tal Rabinowitz is the Founder of The DEN Meditation, a peaceful meditation studio nestled in the busy city of Los Angeles. Tal left behind her life as an entertainment industry executive to share the gift of meditation with everyone. At her core is a focus on the importance of maintaining perspective, finding clarity, and staying true to one’s heart when it comes to handling a chaotic life. In this episode, Tal and I talk about the path to creating an inclusive meditation space, dealing with triggers and staying ahead of reactivity, checking in with your gut instincts, and making changes to create a spiral of positivity. Radically Instinctive Tal Seeing self-care as moments of connectedness to the Universe Releasing the guilt of ‘should’ to embrace what’s deserved Creating meditation accountability and self-awareness in a chaotic life Radically Inspired Clarity Treat your life like it’s a company. Schedule everything out including meditation to keep the machine working. Meditation isn’t a miracle cure. It’s to get to know yourself and do the work. People are afraid to change because they don’t know what life would look like. In reality, it can all change tomorrow anyway. So why not take a risk? Tal Rabinowitz Answers… What creates reactivity in your life? Why is meditation space important? What pivotal moment shaped your life? Radically Loved Quotes “What meditation pushed further was the ability to honor myself and not worry about what anyone else thinks about that.” “The more all of us meditate, the better it is for us as a whole.” “A real friend should want to hear you out and understand you.” “Life is like Frogger, it’s not always straightforward.” A Little More About Our Guest A casual course in meditation at her past employer, would make such an impact on her both personally and professionally that she went on implement a 20-minutes-a-day group meditation practice with some of her team. The overwhelmingly positive effects that developed for everyone cemented meditation as a central part of Tal’s life, and from there the idea of the idea of The DEN came to life: A comfortable, no-pressure environment with easy, accessible instruction to help both new and veteran meditators alike enjoy a beneficial, consistent meditation practice. Learn more at www.denmeditation.com and on Instagram and Twitter. Frogger - froggerclassic.appspot.com/ JOIN MY FACEBOOK GROUP: https://tinyurl.com/yavhjs3v FOURSIGMATIC http://www.us.foursigmatic.com/#_a_radicallyloved SCOTLAND RETREAT: https://www.radicallyloved.com/scotland-retreat
Listening to Tal Rabinowitz’s map her journey to opening Den Meditation is a an exercise in tuning into intuition, listening to the call of true self, abolishing fear and simply just going for it. If you ever struggled between playing it safe and sticking with a good thing or taking a risk to follow your heart -then this podcast is for you. Tal is empowering and inspiring in every sense of the word. She left her life as a top tier Hollywood executive as VP of Comedy Development at NBC (think The Mindy Show, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (obsessed) and more) and did a full tilt pivot to opening the first of it’s kind - a home for meditation/mindfullness and more - in the heart of Hollywood (and also Studio City). As someone who used to perpetually question myself and my true career desires, my jaw was on the floor listening to Tal define what success means to her, moving through doubt into the unknown to fully embrace the path less travelled. Success comes from deep need and this town was desperate for a hub like Den to ground, center and congregate. Listen to the Den mama herself and head to DEN MEDITATION to see what Den has to offer (classes, workshops, retreats, community), if you don’t know it. You can find me there weekly at any and all sound baths! And even more exciting for you podcast lovers, Tal recently launched DEN TALKS! If anyone is going to call in incredible guests, it’s Tal and so far I am riveted. Too many goodies to list but we go over them in this podcast. So. Good. https://www.instagram.com/denmeditation/ https://www.instagram.com/talrabinowitz/ This episode is brought you to you by GRAVITY BLANKETS. OH. MY. GOD. The best sleep. Reduced stress. Buh-bye anxiety. Wrap me up and leave me alone! The best, high quality and beautiful gravity blanket to chill your stressed out little self out. Use: GROOMEDLA at check out for 15% off. You will THANK YOU PROFUSELY later! Episode brought to you by: Sun Potion – My obsessive crush https://bit.ly/2LbS4Zd Paleta: Delicious farm to table and the new Keto home delivery meals and cleanse http://paleta.com/ CODE : GROOMEDLA20 Bedjet: https://bit.ly/2IsoRYj My secret sleep hack weapon! Cool or heat your side of the bed. doTERRA: The essential oils I can’t live without. https://bit.ly/2KyfGX2 Audio Production: Analog Candle
On today’s show, Emily is joined by her friend and creator of DEN Meditation Tal Rabinowitz to talk about how meditation can benefit your life – in and out of the bedroom. The two discuss why meditating with a partner can be beneficial to your relationship, ways meditation can improve your sex life – including performance anxiety, and how to keep the intimacy alive with your partner after you’ve had a baby – when all you want to do is sleep. Plus, what you can do to spark your partner’s interest in sex when it seems like there’s no hope in sight. Thank you for supporting our sponsors who help keep the show FREE: Womanizer, JO Stimulants, Apex, UVee Follow Emily on social: @sexwithemily Follow Tal on social: @DENmeditation See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Former TV executive turned meditation entrepreneur, Tal Rabinowitz (founder of LA's The DEN Meditation), sits down with Elizabeth and Stephanie for an inspiring conversation. They go deep on the importance following your path, discuss elements of meditation and celebrate how Botox journeys and Vanderpump Rules can be the perfect compliment to any wellness routine.
As an top executive at NBC, Tal Rabinowitz was responsible for developing comedies like The Mindy Project and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. But after nearly 20 years in the business, she was burned out. Learn how Tal got the guts walk away from it all—how she adopted a daughter, took some time off to recharge, and ultimately launched The DEN Meditation—a drop-in studio for guided meditation with three Los Angeles locations.