Love Is in the Stars – an interview with Carol Allen

Love U Podcast - Episode 32

You know that I’m about as non-spiritual as you get. Data. Evidence. Science. Those are my religions. And yet, my best friend and most trusted colleague in the entire dating/relationship universe is Carol Allen, vedic astrologer. She combines my deep hunger for helping people and reading incessantly with an ancient Indian tradition that lends surprising insight into your relationships Don’t believe me? Take a listen.

Below are two links for you from my close friend, Carol:

Free Archetypes Report

What Men Want

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  1. 1
    Carol Allen

    Hey Evan,

    You’re the best!!! Thank you sooo much – this was a total blast, and I soooo appreciate our long friendship and all the amazing things I’ve learned from you! Thanks for opening your oh-so-logical mind and being so supportive! And, just to be clear, the FIRST link is for a free gift, but the second is a long 11 hour program with 9 interviews that is for sale… I am so grateful and honored to have done this with you and your awesome community! Woot!

  2. 2

    Hey Evan, Hey Carol,

    SO FUN listening to the two of you together sharing your collective LOVE wisdom.



  3. 3

    This podcast came at a perfect time.  It was exactly what I needed to hear right now.  Thank you Evan and Carol 🙂

  4. 4

    Evan, thank you for doing the podcasts. I love your blog and appreciate all that you offer to women seeking love, myself included. So please take this criticism with the understanding that I’m not hating and being negative, I’m trying to be constructive: listening to this podcast was extremely frustrating for me because you never let Carol Allen finish a sentence, and she was too polite to tell you to be quiet. I truly wanted to hear what she was trying to share, in complete sentences, and I don’t think you let her express a SINGLE thought before you interrupted her to express your own take or twist on whatever you ASSUMED she was going to say. I get your take on things, and I appreciate it, but since you were conducting an interview, I actually wanted to hear Carol speak her complete thoughts. I wish you could do the whole thing over without interrupting her, because I feel like I missed out on some potentially really nice wisdom from her, and your interruptions really pissed me off. You’re not a bad guy, but perhaps that’s something to keep in mind as you develop more podcast experience. Please let your guests actually say what they’ve come to say. Thank you!

    1. 4.1

      I listened a second time, and it sounded to me like Evan used an “overlapping” style of conversation, which is valid, and Carol seemed to get along with it.   I also noticed that his interruptions happened mostly when Carol was going off on a list of examples, so his interruptions kept them on topic and moving along ~~ just what an interviewer is supposed to do.

  5. 5

    I enjoyed this podcast, I liked that it was longer too! Just fyi, the day it posted and for 2-3 days I could not load the site due to a ‘long-running script’ error. So, Carol, it doesn’t mean that it was a ‘season of lack’ on podcasts for you, just in case you were worried. I was able to view it on Youtube instead, so I still got to see it :-). I wouldn’t worry about it not being mainstream – the season for alternative views is imminent.

    I would have liked to hear more about the Vedic system though – for example, a few high profile people’s charts as examples would have been fun (such as Princess Charlotte, since she’s too young to care). It would also be great to hear about what skills Carol feels are most important during the ‘off season’.

  6. 6
    Joanne Sterling

    Super enjoyable and informative, thank you! I particularly enjoyed the obvious camaraderie between you .


  7. 7

    What Carol did not mention is that these “dry” periods can last 9 years!!!   When I learned that I was in one for 6 more years, I was really bummed .  Perhaps it is better to not know these things and to still have hope while one is dating.

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