Today, my very special guest on Couch Talk is Robyn Openshaw.
Robyn is an author of 15 books and is known as the “Green Smoothie Girl”… but she is so much more. Our conversation was fantastic and far-ranging…we talked about her reality TV show gig on the program, “Wife Swap”…oh, my goodness…so interesting and hilarious, too.
But more importantly we talked about the stunning revelation that changed her life and her family’s as well… and that went on to change the lives of 100’s of thousands of people worldwide.
Some 10 years earlier than her “Wife Swap” exploits Robyn was in her 30s and on many medications, weighed over 200 lbs.; was struggling after miscarriages and had finally been able to conceive only to have a son who’s health started to fail when he was 7 months old, his illness eventually threatening his life.
No-one could seem to help and she took over her family’s diet, got rid of processed foods and focused on a strictly whole foods diet. That’s when she went out to her garden and started her Green Smoothie drink…eventually enabling her young son to thrive. Many years later…that son just turned 24 and is a healthy 6’ 3”! And Robyn not only went on to have 3 more healthy kids but lost 70 lbs.! She is now at a very healthy weight and is an active athlete and business entrepreneur.
As Robyn focused on getting the word out about the energy and health one can get from clean, healthy and live nutrition…it started her thinking about how different foods, medicine and even people seemed to create different types of energy…some good, some bad.
And that started her down the road of researching energetic frequencies, and how they can impact one’s health and life.
Her latest book has great VIBES…
We also talk about her latest book which is called, Vibe: Unlock the Energetic Frequencies of Limitless Health, Love & Success
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Clear the clutter from your cells to achieve high frequencies for more health and high-vibe feelings of peace, calm, and flow!
Thanks for a great interview Robyn…
I'm excited to have a psychotherapist, author, and speaker Dr. Tara Miller with us this week to talk about the effects of trauma, how to handle stress, and the benefits of self-regulation therapy (SRT).