1. S2E24. Calling Love Over 40 with Katie Philips Clarissa Kristjansson 47:06

Welcome 1.32

Katie shares her journey of becoming perimenopausal right at the start of a new relationship  and that was instrumental in founding the School of Self-Love 5.27

Flipping the blocks that women hold around love after 40 and instead going on a journey of getting to know themselves and learning how to respond to life rather than being in reaction to past pain and trauma.10.25

The importance of feminine values, being connected to our bodies. Taking time to just be, and to feel our feelings and to surrender and allow ourselves to be in a receiving state 15,58

Overcoming the idea of push, striving and scarcity that all the good men are gone  18.02

Any transformation begins with awareness, and just choosing to take time every day to check in with yourself and ask yourself, How do I feel? What do I need?  23.14

Part of the journey is about been about learning to surrender and allow a man to help and support and hold safe space for you 31.39

Change our habits from focusing on what we don’t need to and get super focused on what we do desire 33.28

Final words of advice

  • Stop the endless searing on the apps
  • Stop trying to figure out where he’s going to come from
  • Put all your focus onto yourself – how you feel, what you need
  • Prepare yourself and then allow the miracles of life to happen. 

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Clarissa Kristjansson Independant Podcaster

At 62 Clarissa Kristjansson knows that menopause can be positive, transformational and an upgrade in our creativity. Clarissa is an internationally recognized menopause educator, third-age women's health coach, and certified mindfulness and medical qi gong practitioner.

A neuroscientist and former corporate high-flyer it was her own perimenopause experience that set her on a different path to empower women. And by cracking open the conversation about our beliefs and behaviour we can shift the collective mindset to seeing menopause not as the end but as an opportunity for reinvention and revitalization.

She is the host of the popular Thriving Thru Menopause podcast.