The Art of Living

How to move on and uncover what's in the way

June 18, 2021 Claudia Velandia and Kenda Swanson Episode 32
The Art of Living
How to move on and uncover what's in the way
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The Art of Living
How to move on and uncover what's in the way
Jun 18, 2021 Episode 32
Claudia Velandia and Kenda Swanson


The Art of Living podcast was created to capture the energy and essence of Kenda and Claudia's deep and thoughtful conversations while walking or hiking together.

In honour of that, in this episode, Kenda asks Claudia a surprise question, and then simply they let the energy flow. 

The question that stimulates today’s insightful conversation is “how do I move on?” and “should I move on, or it’s there more to be learned?”

Through their conversation, they remind us to forgive ourselves for past behaviours because we were doing the best we could with what we knew at that moment. We were acting out of our level of consciousness at that time. 

Claudia also gives insights into how she intentionally feels and observes emotions instead of running from and distracting herself from them. This is a mental exercise, strengthened over time and, as Kenda points out, life will provide us with plenty of opportunities to practice. 

Show Notes


The Art of Living podcast was created to capture the energy and essence of Kenda and Claudia's deep and thoughtful conversations while walking or hiking together.

In honour of that, in this episode, Kenda asks Claudia a surprise question, and then simply they let the energy flow. 

The question that stimulates today’s insightful conversation is “how do I move on?” and “should I move on, or it’s there more to be learned?”

Through their conversation, they remind us to forgive ourselves for past behaviours because we were doing the best we could with what we knew at that moment. We were acting out of our level of consciousness at that time. 

Claudia also gives insights into how she intentionally feels and observes emotions instead of running from and distracting herself from them. This is a mental exercise, strengthened over time and, as Kenda points out, life will provide us with plenty of opportunities to practice.