CookiesWe use cookies to enhance your experience and the functionality of our website. By continuing to browse, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More

CookiesWe use cookies on our website. By continuing to browse, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More

New Inner Balance™ Coherence Plus Sensor and App: Includes Free Lifetime Access to the New HeartMath® App Learn More

Add Heart Podcast

Add Heart Podcast

How to Love the Unlovable

Host Deborah Rozman and Guest Matt Kahn

December 19, 2023 Episode #71 Add Heart Podcast Past Episodes

Subscribe to Add Heart Podcast and notifications.

This seventy-first episode is an excellent way to sustain your own personal heart-practices. We also hope it will be a supportive tool for you to offer to your clients, patients and colleagues.

In this episode, we’re talking about how to put love into action in practical ways in challenging areas of our lives to activate its transformative power.

Matt Kahn, our guest, is a teacher, healer, speaker, and author of the highly acclaimed books Whatever Arises, Love That and Everything Is Here to Help You. His newest book, All for Love: The Transformative Power of Holding Space, won a Gold IPPY Award (Independent Publishers Award) and an Ommie Award (World Vision category), and is topping bestsellers lists with its heart-centered messages and solutions.

Loving ourselves can be one of the hardest things to do and Matt shares how we can learn to dialogue with the parts of ourselves that don’t feel worthy of self-love and heal what we see in ourselves as bad, undesirable, or unworthy.

Matt suggests that when our ego plays less of a role of being in charge of what we love and don’t love, then love becomes how we deliver healing to interrupt and transform patterns.

Expanding on love as a transformative power, Matt, and our host, Deborah Rozman, talk about how pain and suffering are a call for love and some of the intricacies of choosing love. They help us understand how we can still put love and care into action even when we don’t like or don’t agree with someone or something. They share how to remain aligned with our highest truths and values while we hold space for hearing the experiences of others – and why this is needed to heal the profound separations and pain that people are experiencing around the world.

They help us understand how love’s power to transform moves beyond the linear and rational mind that judges, and they encourage us to connect with our heart’s intuitive intelligence for guidance in putting love into action in our own life.

This episode closes with a heart meditation to help us deepen our love and compassionate latitude for ourselves and for others. We are all going through transitional times where old structures and beliefs are breaking down and new possibilities and structures have yet to take place. This meditation guides us to radiate compassion and care towards people and world situations that need more love in action.

About Our Guest

Matt Kahn is a renowned spiritual teacher, highly acclaimed empath, and bestselling author, known for his transformative insights into the journey of awakening. His teachings focus on love as the ultimate path to self-realization, emphasizing the importance of emotional freedom and the power of self-awareness. Kahn’s approach blends deep spiritual wisdom with practical guidance, offering tools for navigating life’s challenges with grace and humor. His books, including the spiritual classic ‘Whatever Arises, Love That’ and his other recorded teachings have inspired millions, earning him a dedicated following worldwide. Kahn’s message is simple yet profound: embrace every moment with love and kindness to unveil the divine within.

Download Audio .MP3 25.9 MB(PC) Right-Click or (Mac) Ctrl-Click > Save Link As to download.

What Participants are Saying