CSP #14: Live Awake with Sarah Blondin

Busy pursuing a career in Acting in Vancouver, life took a massive turn when Sarah became pregnant with her first son. Her spirit called her- rather forced- her into nature. Upon submersion into solitude and the quiet country life she discovered her authentic writing voice and began creating the podcast series ‘Live Awake’ (August 2015-current). Her teachings and meditations have been requested for use in prisons in the United States as well as recovery and wellness programs, and have been translated into several different languages. She has since given birth to her second son and attributes much of her creativity and insights to becoming and being mother.



  1. Betsy
    Posted July 22, 2017 at 8:08 pm | Permalink

    Andrea – thank you for interviewing Sarah! This is just what I need right now. I can relate to the letting go of all groups to find my purpose! I’ve been doing both, but so often I thought, intellectually, that pushing groups/people away may not be a good thing; but when I go within, there’s a voice that says something better is coming. Your podcast helped me to here that voice more consiously/loudly.
    Thanks you and Sarah so much!

  2. GS
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 8:22 am | Permalink

    Can’t wait for the book! <3

  3. Ginger Martin
    Posted December 16, 2017 at 5:27 pm | Permalink

    I do appreciate Sarah Blondin’s insights and journey, but the jangling noise when she speaks is really distracting and even irritating (is it jangling bracelets?) I’m sure I’m not the only highly sensitive person affected by this.

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  5. Mirian
    Posted July 17, 2018 at 4:18 pm | Permalink

    Looooove the podcast! I feel a bit more evolved towards my spiritual practice. Thank you!

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  1. […] Another note: I asked Sarah Blondin if I could interview her for my podcast and she said yes! Our intimate and wonderful conversation here. […]

  2. […] thought it was supposed to be a little bit painful. And so I started meditating! And I discovered Sarah Blondin’s meditations which totally changed my life. All because I allowed myself to not do it perfectly and just DO IT […]

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