Artwork for podcast Be the Love podcast
Create a New Story with Dr Varun Gandhi
Episode 1068th August 2022 • Be the Love podcast • Stacy Musial
00:00:00 00:51:33

Share Episode


Stacy and Brenda talk to D. Varun Gandhi about how we are inflicted by the stories we tell ourselves and the stories that others have told us from their point of view and perspective and how can we create new stories. How we can we slow down in our lives and pay attention to what's going on inside of us. What we can learn from truly focusing inward.  How changing our story can connect us with our higher purpose and sharing that with the world. What messages we can receive from our body and working to heal the body. We discuss creating a new life film and other tools we can implement to start walking in this direction.

Dr. Varun Gandhi is a life orchestrator, soulpreneur, Angel investor, inventor, philanthropist and a water doctor. He enjoys orchestrating businesses, events, and ideas about the self (self-image)! He is currently focused on creating a digital course called Whats Your Story, which allows you to create your Life Film, a chart consisting of your memories, experiences, and defining moments that have left an impression. Each of these moments have a lesson to be learned for you. Your ‘My Life Film’ also allows you to create new meaning to your past experiences, create a new future YOU and write affirmations that help maintain the new you! 

This episode is sponsored by Tom Paladino with Scalar Light. Sign up and receive your 30 day free scalar light healing at Listen to our interviews with Tom and the amazing benefits and healing potential in episodes #73, 78, 90 and 103.

Dr. Varun Gandhi Links:




Be the Love Links:


Facebook page:

Facebook group:

Instagram: @bethelovepodcast

Patreon Website:

To donate to the Kimote Foundation:

Your Empowered Soul: A Natural Pathway to Healing Anxiety and Depression

If you would like to learn more about becoming a Donor, Mentor, Volunteer, or Sponsor, please email Kimote Foundation Director, Eric Kifampa at: or go to the foundation's Facebook page:

Heatherlyn's website:

This episode was edited by Chelsea Weaver