Calling in the One – an interview with Katherine Woodward Thomas

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Katherine Woodward Thomas is New York Times bestselling author of Calling in “The One” and Conscious Uncoupling: 5 Steps to Living Happily Even After. (Yes, Gwyneth Paltrow got the phrase from her!) On this episode of the Love U Podcast, Katherine will teach you how to heal your past and create a bright new romantic future.

For more information on Katherine Woodward Thomas visit Calling In The One.

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  1. 1

    Really worthwhile listen.   Thank you Evan for this.

  2. 2

    This resonated in so many ways.   Made me think of many conversations I’ve had with my shrink.

    I loved the bits about identity and victimization.   Never heard of Landmark but I’ll be checking it out.

    But what’s wrong with thrift shopping?   I don’t see how that indicates that you don’t care about yourself, that you don’t invest in yourself.   I love thrift shopping.

    I’ll be listening to this a few more times.   Really good stuff.

  3. 3

    Yes-I’ve listened several times! So much to take in and ponder. Wrote two items down so I can absorb them. Will listen again after I’ve put more thought into it all.

  4. 4

    I wonder would Even ever consider interviewing some of the big name anti-male and anti-female leaders?
    Maybe I shouldn’t say anti, perhaps I should say people who believe more negative than positive about the opposite gender as a whole.

    Not because we wish to see a debate, but because it would be good to hear some logical counter arguments to their views on dating and the opposite gender; especially since both extreme groups are gaining so much popularity in the dating world today.

    Actually I should say, it would be good to hear what they truly believe and promote from their own mouths and not from some of their angry followers.

    I get the feeling that many of the leaders and creators of these books, blogs, etc don’t agree with or fully endorse the “Level” of hate that the average acolyte that post in the anonymous comments sections spits out.

    1. 4.1
      Evan Marc Katz

      I don’t think one should give more oxygen to bad ideas under the guise of “debate.” Witness Donald Trump. He should be ignored, not debated.

      1. 4.1.1

        Sigh… As much as I would like to see a discussion between you and those hatemongers, you are right Evan

  5. 5

    Evan I have Calling in the one on my Kindle. Got to read it now and I’m in the   place to work through it. Loved this podcast you asked all the right questions. Thank you for all of this help feel so positive about the future. Love your passion for your life purpose- keep doing what you do!!! Karen xx

  6. 6
    La Miss

    Landmark changed my life. Without it I would have been in therapy for years and years, dwelling in my past. Landmark gave me the framework to truly let go of the past, be clear about my intentions, and find ways to step into my power. And it worked! I fell in love, and now instead of being in denial and hiding what happened to me I’m out there training people about it and getting paid for it. Plus so much more.

  7. 7

    Excellent ~~ I had some deep revelations while listening. Thanks!

  8. 8

    I woke up this morning and saw your podcast and my thoughts were, “Evan Marc Katz, you are a blessing. You are brilliant and unapologetically put your perspectives and experience out with love.” So, thank you for being you and doing the work you do for all of us. You definitely enrich my life. God bless you 🙂

  9. 9
    Michelle C

    Thank you Evam . Excellent information! I will add this book to my Audible iPad.   You are such a blessing!!   Forever grateful.

  10. 10

    Great podcast. Interestingly, my boyfriend’s  (now ex) ex, several years before me, evidently said the same thing to him as you mentioned “if we’re single at such and such an age we will come back together forever” Of course he laughingly agreed.   It has been 21 years and she has waited for him. Now that he left me for someone half his age, she knows it won’t last, and is waiting to pick up the pieces. I didn’t understand why anyone would put their life on hold for so long for a relationship that already failed and will never be. Now I realize it is not uncommon.

  11. 11

    I discovered Katherine a year ago through one of Evan’s emails. They complement each other’s work perfectly. I bought Katherine’s books from Amazon and through a combination of her books and Evan’s materials, I’m in a very different place. Although I’m now in a happy, loving relationship, I’m still an avid follower of both Katherine and Evan’s work. Evan says it like it is, it’s the much needed kick up the backside but Katherine really empathises and with Evan’s no nonsense explanations and Katherine’s tools and exercises, it’s a winning combination. Thanks so much to both of you.

  12. 12

    It’s funny because I have both of your books sitting on my bedside table- reading them simultaneously. Good stuff! I love Katherine’s inner work and Evan’s more practical approach. Need them both.

  13. 13

    I love this interview.   I was a member of Evan’s LOVE U and found I couldn’t even get out of the gate with his advice.   Dating is something I do not enjoy and romance seems impossible.   After listening to this talk, I realize I have a lot of internal work to do before I begin the external journey.   I’m definitely ‘love avoidant’ due to my past.   I’ve never identified as someone who is great in romantic relationships, they’ve been a huge source of pain, due to fear of rejection and abandonment (which I’ve been creating, thanks to this talk).   It has seemed like I’m better off alone, rather than go through all that pain.   I’ll be sure to look into Ms Thomas’s work so I can truly begin this journey.   A life alone does not feel like the right answer.   Thank you Evan!

  14. 14

    Wow. There was so much in that podcast which is probably why I didn’t listen a few weeks ago.   I’m still reeling over Pat Allen’s book.

    Sometimes it’s like there is so much work to be done on oneself. It’s honestly overwhelming. But I think that like the commenter above some of this stuff may have to be done before working with Evan, even.

    I tell you, I’m pretty flexible, but it’s difficult work to keep altering your own narrative. I can see why folks don’t do the work. I’m going to let this one sit a bit and still work with Pat Allen’s work.

    Also, I like the rapport between you two.   Nice change to see you speak on screen with a colleague.   🙂

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