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RRP#18: Julie Piatt / Transcending The Shadow Artist

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Yes, this is a health & fitness podcast.  But physical health is only one component of holistic wellness.  If your life feels amiss, your unfocused mind wanders or your spirit is adrift, then are you truly healthy in a complete sense?  

Of course not.  So after several very nutrition and athlete focused episodes, it feels right to swing the pendulum from the physical back to the more ephemeral and return Julie Piatt to the co-host seat so we can roll up our sleeves and delve into matters less — well, let’s say “tactile” — and examine what’s behind the blocks preventing us from actualizing those latent dreams deferred that reside within all too many of us.  

It all starts and ends with creativity.  And creativity my friends, isn’t just for “artists” — because we are all artists, our lives and passions the expression of that art.  To wit:

  • What is impairing your ability to realize the best version of yourself?
  • What is a shadow artist and how can it be overcome?
  • Tools for tackling self-doubt, fear patterns & obstacles to unlock & unleash your latent creativity as a channel for manifesting positive life change.
  • And oh yeah, my feelings about Valentine’s Day…..

Julie takes us out with “I’m Here Now”, from her album Mother of Mine.

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SHOW NOTES

The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron

The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles by Steven Pressfield

Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda

Ben Greenfield’s “Become Superhuman” Live Event, March 8-9, Spokane, WA - use the promo code “RICHROLL” for 50% off the registration price.

SriMati Music

“Down Dog” Short Film: Directed by Rich Roll; Written by Rich Roll & Julie Piatt

down dog from rich roll on Vimeo.

  • YogaMovesMe, Charleston SC

    feedback comes with having a popular podcast. I don’t think anyone is personally attacking Julie. I think they dislike her delivery (at times). She come off as holier than thou on certain topics and as if she has accomplished some magical awakening we can’t all understand for ourselves. Continuing to say “I’m a strong woman, with an opinion” every podcast seems like you are trying to shape our opinion of you. Julie is smart enough and well spoken enough for us to pick up that without you two having to tell us over and over again. Anyone that listens to the podcast can tell Rich and Julie are very well spoken and intelligent. I think feedback is healthy and Julie isn’t above it. What is so interesting about Rich and other athletes that get into sports after an addiction is that they seem to be mentally stronger. They’ve been through the storms and it made them stonger. Kudo’s to Julie for helping Rich along the way. Awesome chemistry between the two of them today.
    If I could ask Rich a question it would be.. do you think you are a better athlete because of the hell you went through with addiction. Do you think you could’ve gone through the Epic Race/Ultra Man mentally w/out the trials you went through during your addiction process.
    thank you Julie and Rich for the great entertainment. I don’t always agree with your takes but the podcast always makes me think. Thanks for putting yourself out there.

  • Jeffandthedrums

    just got stoned and did yoga to Down Dog the movie! it was awesome! I think now would be a perfect time to release the full out hollywood feature . peace

  • http://twitter.com/BigFinga Joe Mama

    My favorite discussions usually involve Julie. Keep up the good work.

  • Piratetalk, NC

    I could only take 20 minutes or so. You can’t spoon feed spiritual info in my experience. No offense, but dig the mental side (discussion) of things from the athletic angle. Didn’t make it to Rich’s feelings on Valentines day but I’d love to hear it. I imagine its similar to mine… Its not a holiday of love… its fund raising for florists and Hallmark. Love your mate everyday!

    • Paul in Phoenix

      I agree totally. I love when Rich talks about things like coconut oil but I could care less about what someone “vibrationally” feels about it. That doesn’t do me any favors. I also agree about spirituality stuff, whats next a priest that exercises a lot to tell us how to get our soul right through confession? Sorry Rich, I hate to bring negativity but I just couldn’t finish this one. Your James Wilks podcast was amazing though. Keep it up, can’t hit it out of the park every time.

  • Ned Hennessey

    sounds a bit like the book Icarus Effect.. just finished that audio book.. all about making art out of everything you love to do. Will check out this podcast on my bike sunday. Cheers

  • http://www.facebook.com/alerichebrydson Ann Leriche-Brydson

    Great podcast! I was having a bad day and Rich and Julie’s discussion brought back the perspective that I needed. I enjoy these discussions outside of nutrition and athleticism.
    Looking forward to the next one…

  • http://twitter.com/TimothySolomon Timothy Solomon

    Thanks, that was very interesting – it wasn’t what I expected, but once I realised that it wasnt just about running I appreciated the very open and intimate view of both of your ideas and lives. I think people should realise this is more of a personal conversation and not an interview about running techniques or diet. Loved the song at the end. Looking forward to watching Down Dog next :)

  • Ken

    Another great episode. For me you’ve got the right mix of nutrition/fitness talk and guests. I’m far from ‘spiritual’ but listen with an open mind and have taken away a lot from some of the ‘crazy hippie bs’ (as Joe Rogan might call it). Keep it coming, hope you have Julie and others with similar perspectives on again soon!

  • http://twitter.com/maggiesavage Maggie Savage

    Awesome episode Rich and Julie. My husband and I listened to Joe Rogan for the first time – because we’ve heard so much about him. We turned it off after about 15 minutes. My expectations were too high, I think. Your podcast is always intelligent and thought-provoking. You guys were amazing in this one. Julie your song is so beautiful. I loved it and look forward to hearing the rest of the album. Thank you so much Rich, for all you do! And Julie, thank you for all you do too. You both inspire me in different ways. I love it! Namaste.

  • Monique

    Thanks for bringing Julie back! :-)

  • Paolo

    I apologize for all the super human folks invited, but Julie is the best. The real training should be made “inside” not with zone 2 or pushups, and she is fenomenal ;-)

  • logan

    you guys are cool. keep doing this

  • RaskRaw

    Thank you Rich and Julie. Wonderfully brilliant again and again. Keep being who you are as it is beautiful, refreshing and uplifting. Peace and Love

  • Todd

    My wife and I are listening to you two again tonight and really appreciate the time, effort and genuine passion that you guys instil in the cast. Sharing your views, experiences and visions for all our futures takes a lot of courage. Thanks, keep the podcasts flowing.

  • Constantin

    Julie, I have a question for you. Are migraines still causing you troubles or you’ve found a cure?
    By the way, you are a wonderful person and I love listening to you and Rich. Keep rolling !

  • Sam

    Great stuff guys. Love the podcast in general and love hearing you both on the show. Thanks for all your work! Nice track at the end.

  • DelightedJim

    This is one of my favs!! (Still waiting for Compton Rom btw :)