Monologues of real moments
Striking, conflicting, inspiring monologue of real moments in living with trauma and chronic pain towards recovery. You don’t ever have to feel alone in a moment again. Enter the scenario with Mel through tough, good, funny and captivating moments that will hopefully encourage, inspire and empower you.
Listen in any order you like or one that particularly reaches out to you. The latest ones are first. If you are on your mobile, touch the icon at the bottom of box to see all episodes).
These will also become part of interactive experiences to help move from a difficult moment towards empowering and freeing yourself.
Striking, conflicting, inspiring monologue of real moments in living with trauma and chronic pain towards recovery. You don’t ever have to feel alone in a moment again. Enter the scenario with Mel through tough, good, funny and captivating moments that will hopefully encourage, inspire and empower you. Go deeper with further interactive stories and tools at: https://www.livingexpressions.com.au
Grieving, a natural part of life, a living expression of an incredibly heavy moment. The last few weeks I’ve been sitting in the most heaviest grief I’ve experienced as my adopted dad passed away. In sharing my life with him and he with me, I allowed myself to be vulnerable. I got an opportunity to be loved, to have shared positive family experiences that I would never have had. I’m so grateful for those 21 years.
In this monologue, I try to speak generically for any loss you may have experienced, whether your child, parent, sibling, grandparent, friend, or most loved animal. The price of love means grief then is so much more. Life has been heavy and empty, until you get to a place of transforming.
Finding my way out episode
If you are interested in learning more about this reframing process, go to COURSES.
Positivity in our lives with guest Anchal Singh episode
Anchal has been a regular contributor to the Living Expressions publication over the last 2 years.
A broken lost moment episode
Featuring part of our song ‘A two-way street’ by Ben McKinnon and Mel Baker. Go to YouTube to listen to the full song.
One of the best questions, I’ve discovered to ask myself is:
What is the most effective for me in this situation? Is my choice consistent with my values?– Mel Baker