Martha and Rowan have a very special guest on this episode of Bewildered—the incredible Elizabeth Gilbert! The bestselling author of EAT PRAY LOVE joins Martha and Ro to discuss the question: Why is our culture so hostile toward women who are single and childless by choice? What follows is an engrossing conversation about the lies that benefit the patriarchy, the saving grace of oversensitivity, and how to trust the wisdom of the body to guide us to our truth. It’s an episode you will not want to miss! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Super Soul Special: Elizabeth Gilbert: The Curiosity-Driven Life
Oprah's Super Soul
Original Air Date: April 24, 2019New York Times best-selling author Elizabeth Gilbert is known for following her passion, but says she no longer advises others to do the same. Instead, Elizabeth makes the case to follow your curiosity. Elizabeth says she believes the word "passion" can trigger feelings of stress and pressure. “At some point in your life, you were told, ‘Chase your passion,’” she says. “Not everyone knows how to answer that command.”
493. How to Live Life on Your Terms & Let in More Love w/ Elizabeth Gilbert
Heal Squad x Maria Menounos
Originally Aired: April 8, 2020Best-selling author of “Eat, Pray, Love” and one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world Elizabeth Gilbert joins us on Better Together! She may be a globally respected writer and teacher, but she’s the first person to admit when she’s on the edge of a breakdown (this is what she calls “Brinking”). Today, she chats with Maria about how to maintain a sense of peace during COVID, how to let love in when we need it most, and caretaking for our loved ones in their toughest times. Elizabeth also shares her go-to tool to combat intrusive thoughts + other practices to help us all cultivate self-love. ELIZABETH’S RESOURCES:Website: https://www.elizabethgilbert.com/ Her book “City of Girls”: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1594634742?tag=randohouseinc45348-20 Daily Love Notes Creator: https://marthabeck.com/ BETTER TOGETHER’S RESOURCES:Maria is continually updating this page to find the best of the best so you don’t have to do the work! And as a reminder, even if you don't see something you like here but having something in mind you do want to buy at Macy's, please support us and use the link. Every purchase through this link helps us keep the show going :)Maria's personally curated Macy's page: www.macys.com/bettertogetherCheck out www.mariamenounos.com for the “cliff notes” of all our episodes where we compile the life-changing lessons into one blog called "life-hacks." Plus, we share Maria's favorite new products & her must-haves!
Welcome to season 4 of Books Broads and Booze! This season we decided on a theme of books to movies. For the month of June we discuss the spiritual awakening of Elizabeth Gilbert with Eat Pray Love. A novel that inspired millions of readers adapted to film starring Julia Roberts in 2010. Enjoy the discussion as Monica and I drink it up!As always, drink responsibly. Questions and comments may be sent to email@example.comTheme music by Dee Yan-Kay
In this audience favorite from the Hello Monday archives, Jessi sits down with Elizabeth Gilbert, best-selling author, whose titles include City of Girls, Big Magic, and Eat, Pray, Love. Their conversation ranges from when to choose a job over a career, to what it takes to unlock creativity, and finally why it's so important to make work for yourself.
Why Elizabeth Gilbert Disappeared & What She Came Back to Say
We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle
Part Two of our gorgeous conversation with Elizabeth Gilbert:1. Liz describes Rayya’s death as “a fist fight”–and how Rayya went out swinging.2. In the wake of Rayya’s death, how Liz grieved, and what helped.3. Liz’s spiritual practices: communing with a higher power, her recovery community, and starting over.About Elizabeth: Elizabeth Gilbert is author of the international bestseller, EAT PRAY LOVE, which has been translated into over thirty languages, and sold over 12 million copies worldwide. The book became so popular that Time Magazine named Elizabeth as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. In 2010, Elizabeth published a follow-up to EAT PRAY LOVE called COMMITTED—an instant a #1 New York Times Bestseller, as well as BIG MAGIC: CREATIVE LIVING BEYOND FEAR. She is author of two novels: THE SIGNATURE OF ALL THINGS, and CITY OF GIRLS. And she is the creator of the Onward Book Club, which takes place on her Instagram via a live chat, as a way of spotlighting, studying, and celebrating the work of Black women authors. Elizabeth divides her time between New York City, rural New Jersey, and everywhere else.TW: @GilbertLizIG: @elizabeth_gilbert_writer To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Super Soul Special: Elizabeth Gilbert: The Whole Human Experience
Oprah's Super Soul
Original Air Date: June 10, 2019International best-selling author of the phenomenon “Eat Pray Love,” Elizabeth Gilbert returns to Super Soul to discuss her novel, “City of Girls.” Set in New York City during the 1940s, the epic story follows 19-year-old Vivian Morris as she comes of age during World War II. The book follows her all the way through 2010. Elizabeth says Vivian’s quest to find her authentic self and challenge the societal expectations of the time mirrors her own life story. Elizabeth explains why she believes in the importance of creating work that inspires women to be their authentic selves. In a candid and emotional conversation, Elizabeth also provides an update on her personal life, sharing how she finds peace and healing after the death of her best friend and partner, Rayya Elias.
Elizabeth Gilbert, Black Diamond Quitter (Part Two)This is the second half of our two-part episode with bestselling author and extremely wise person Elizabeth Gilbert. (If you missed part one, we aired it last week.) Liz is known for quitting many things, and for having a strong inner compass. She is also a person who Emily and Holly look to for guidance in their own lives (WWLGD?), and this conversation is filled with insight, permission, and surprises. It felt like an exhale to record it; we hope it feels that way to hear it.In this episode, we talk about a post Liz wrote many years ago about the difference between quitting and surrendering, and how her point of view has changed; the freedom and clarity that come from learning to have our own backs and take loving care of ourselves; the things Liz has quit that feel the most important to her (not the ones the general public knows about!); the liberation to be found in the idea that we don’t have to be special; what “purpose anxiety” is; and what happens when we let go of the idea of having to know our life’s purpose (or even having one!). The intro ends, and the interview begins, at 15:42. After polling our Patreon community, we’re experimenting with different lengths and styles of intros to our episodes. This one is long and chatty; Holly talks about being terrible at flirting and using Mandy Patinkin as a dating service; Emily talks about her love for punishing rain at the Oregon coast; if you just want to listen to Liz, she comes in at 15:42.Elizabeth Gilbert is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of City of Girls, Big Magic and Eat, Pray, Love, as well as several other internationally bestselling books. She has been a finalist for the National Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the PEN/Hemingway Award. She is (not) on Instagram at @elizabeth_gilbert_writer.Music: Michael Blumenfeld, mikebloomstudio.comSound engineering + edits: Michael Blumenfeld, mikebloomstudio.comProducer: Cathleen KisichSupport us:Quitted is listener supported, made possible by us and by you; you can support this podcast by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/quitted. Become a Quitted supporter on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Elizabeth Gilbert, Black Diamond Quitter (Part One)This week and next week, we’re thrilled to have bestselling author and extremely wise person Elizabeth Gilbert on the show. Liz is known for quitting many things, and for having a strong inner compass. She is also a person who Emily and Holly look to for guidance in their own lives (WWLGD?), and this conversation is filled with insight, permission, and surprises. It felt like an exhale to record it; we hope it feels that way to hear it.In this episode, we talk about why Liz quit social media 14 months ago (it’s probably not what you think) and what that process has been like; the dream career Liz walked away from in order to go write Eat, Pray, Love, and how she made that decision; how Liz’s talent for quitting is, in part, related to her talent for getting herself in trouble; and how to tell the difference between an inner knowing and an emotion-based impulse. The intro ends, and the interview begins, at 00:11:22.Elizabeth Gilbert is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of City of Girls, Big Magic and Eat, Pray, Love, as well as several other internationally bestselling books. She has been a finalist for the National Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the PEN/Hemingway Award. She is (not) on Instagram at @elizabeth_gilbert_writer.Music: Michael Blumenfeld, mikebloomstudio.comSound engineering + edits: Michael Blumenfeld, mikebloomstudio.comProducer: Cathleen KisichSupport us:Quitted is listener supported, made possible by us and by you; you can support this podcast by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/quitted Become a Quitted supporter on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Best of Women Amplified: Elizabeth Gilbert on Fear and Creativity
Welcome to the December Best of Women Amplified series. We’re replaying some of our most-loved episodes to inform and inspire you at the close of the year. This inspiring, feel-good conversation with Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert was recorded pre-pandemic. We think it might be just the thing you need to hear as you […] The post Best of Women Amplified: Elizabeth Gilbert on Fear and Creativity appeared first on The Conferences for Women.