It's too easy to fall out of touch with our minds and bodies, and often we can go quite some time without checking in with our own mental health. The Soul's Work is a podcast that looks to reconnect ourselves with ourselves! And Janice Ho is a wonderful navigator of all the things we need to keep talking about- healing trauma and mental illness; responding to pain provoked by tragedy; dating and attachment styles; interesting and unique forms of therapy and self development; the pursuit of intimacy and pleasure in our relationships and sex; and so on! Janice isn't afraid to pull back the curtain, get personal, and share so much of herself with both listeners and the variety of inspiring guests she welcomes to her show. She has a way of asking the questions you didn't know needed to be asked, and she does so with care, nuance, thoughtfulness, and not to mention a voice that's just so easy to listen to. Tuning in to The Soul's Work is a grounding and reconnecting experience, and I think you'll be as thankful as I am for finding this podcast and its passionate host!
I've been following your podcast since the beginning and I wanted to thank you for sharing your personal journey so honestly with us, and for providing such great research and information that really encourages your viewers to obtain that knowledge for themselves. It really is a powerful message that you send and I wanted you to know that in hopes to encourage you to continue doing something that is helping many people, especially during this time. I started on my spiritual journey about 8 years ago and I find it so fascinating how we come from such different life experiences and yet the lessons we have learned and continue to learn as souls are similar. In a way, listening to you validates my own experiences, like there is a sense of community and welcomeness for those who either are currently suffering, recovering from, or want to understand more about the people around them. Great job. I read that you might be writing a book??? Can't wait to read it!
The Soul’s Work podcast takes an approach to some challenging subjects that immediately puts me at ease. I don’t sense a lot of judgment, just honest sharing, suggestions, guidance, and most of all, hope that any listener is getting a positive impact from each episode. The soul’s work indeed.
This podcast is fresh, relevant, accessible, polished, intelligent, professional, dare I say amazing! Janice speaks from a place of authenticity about her own personal growth, and self-actualization, and invites her listening audience to share their process in achieving the same. Compelling listening!
One of the best podcasts I've heard on the subject to date. It's well presented, concise and comes across knowledgeable without being too evangelical. If you're at all interested in your own personal well being and spiritual growth I would say to check this one out!
This is definitely a podcast to tune into. Janice shares her struggles and triumphs that we can relate to. Her authenticity is a breath of fresh air. A must subscribe and can’t wait for the future episodes!
I love how Janice is non judgemental about her parents and childhood experiences as she provides tools on how to cope and deal with trauma - As a transformative coach I’m learning so much about the art of listening and cultivating compassion for myself and others. I would highly recommend listening to the series. Thank you for sharing your healing journey Janice ! And that voice 😄 Zeenat Chagani @Zeenat_life
There is so much to talk about traumas and to recognize them as part of our past and it's completely up to us to accept to take care of it and embrace our feelings, they are trying to tell us something, through our bodies and our reactions, this brings me back to one of the episodes from the first season, that stood out to me, in which Janice created an actual character for her fear and talked openly to it as it was a person, and on this one you mentioned anger. And if our body or our mind is trying to tell us something, we must give it a voice. This podcast has been helping me identify my feelings and face them as they deserve and not ignore them.