"You don't understand; it isn't possible for me." When confronted with 'how' your dreams and goals are supposed to become a reality, does this thought come to you?
So how are you to ignore the ‘facts' of life and belief in the possibility of your dreams?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Albert Einstein quote, "Imagination is more important than knowledge."
According to the Enneagram, each of the nine personality types is defined by a particular core belief about how the world works. This core belief drives your deepest motivations and fears and shapes how you see the world and the people around you.
Erin Baute of Living the Enneagram discusses how the enneagram acts as a guide for each of us on our trek through life, and it can help create a map where we get to choose what serves us best at any given moment.
Are people not acting the way you think they should? Are you trying to get them to treat you with respect and courtesy?
Can you see they are making a mess out of their lives, and you are trying to help them out but not seeing any changes?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Voltaire quote, "Think about how difficult it is to change yourself, and you will realize how insignificant are your chances to change others."
Are you resisting that inner voice within, the one that is calling you to do great things? Why?
Is it because you think it's wrong; that others will make fun of you? That it isn't real, that you must be mistaken in hearing because you are uncertain of what it is?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Joseph Chilton Pearce quote, "We must accept that this creative pulse within us is God's creative pulse itself."
It wasn’t that long ago, people believed that once you reached a certain age, you were pretty stuck in the behavioral and belief patterns – that we were just born that way and we had to make the most of what life dealt us. But that wasn’t the case at all, as neuroscience has proven.
Dr. Erik Reis Co-Founder of Health and Wellness at Nobody Studios joins me to discuss how we can optimize and become better versions of ourselves, through the rewiring our brains and how one actually does that.
You want to increase your self-confidence, you get over toxic relationships, you want to reach your goals and dreams. But the changes you are seeking within yourself and your life are slow in coming. What you are to do?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Eddie Cantor quote, "Slow down and enjoy life. It’s not only the scenery you miss by going too fast – you also miss the sens of where you are going and why."
When you make mistakes (hey, you're human), do you beat yourself up or wallow in guilt and shame?
How do you re-frame your thinking around the inner critic and the mistakes you make along your journey of breaking free from self-doubt, fear, and those karmic family patterns?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Colette quote, "You will do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm."
How do you know what direction to go and what to think or do when the world is swirling in chaos, confusion, and anxiety?
How about if you are simply blocked by an unseen fear or by self-doubt?
You've got to ask for the answers and guidance, but where and how?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Sophocles quote, "Look and you will find it – what is unsought will go undetected."
Do you find yourself telling the people in your life what to do, even if it is for their own good? How about telling them how they should behave and treat you?
How is that working out for you? Would you like to know why you are seeing any changes in them?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Cesar Chavez quote, "When we are really honest with ourselves we must admit out lives are all that really belong to us. So it is how we use our lives that determines the kind of men we are."
Why do we resist the pull of our dreams? Why do we prefer to cling to our fears and doubts instead of just letting go and allowing everything to flow to us?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Rumi quote, "Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray."
How do we break our relationship with the negative, criticizing voice with us? How do we reestablish a relationship with that inner voice of self-love and self-acceptance?
Tricia Livermore of Soul Business Advisor and Certified HeartMath Mentor, joins me to discuss how we can learn from the triggering events in our lives and reflect what they are trying to teach us, so we can be free from the inner-critic.
Isn't it funny how we can excel in one area of our lives, and we are riddled with doubt and fear in others?
Have you given up on a dream or goal because you don't believe you can do it or that it is even possible for you?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Mahatma Gandhi quote, "If I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it, even if I may not have it in the beginning."
Are you stuck in the pattern of thinking, "One day it will happen when the time is right, and I get it all together?" Do you tell everyone (and yourself), "I'm working on it?"
Do you realize that this is a form of procrastination and that the only way to "become something" is to "be it" right here and now, in the present moment?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Zen Paradigm, "Stop thinking and talking about it, and there is nothing you will not be able to know."
Why do we readily believe in the negative possibilities of life, that it is all we can expect from life? Why do we have a hard time believing in anything positive in nature, that it can't possibly happen for us?
How do you stand up to fear and believe in the possibility of positive things happening in your life?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Susan Jeffers quote, "We have been taught to believe that negative equals realistic and positive equals unrealistic."
Are you struggling to get by and living under the anxiety of how things are ever going to change? Are you sick of the way things are in your life; hell-bent on getting more?
What if I told you this is the wrong way to go about it, that this very attitude keeps you from experiencing a real change in your life?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Tony Gaskins quote, "To be content doesn't mean you don't desire more. It means you're thankful for what you have and patient for what's to come."
Go confidently and live the life of my dreams?! How am I suppose to do that with everything I have to do?
How do you create and live your dream-life when the “must’s and should’s” of life are weighting your down?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Henry David Thoreau quote, "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined.”
Self-love, we are told, is selfish, egotistical. Instead, we are told that we should self-sacrifice. The problem is, this is coming from those who are afraid to live their lives, to be themselves.
So how do break free from that harmful thinking?
Shelley Marenka of Inspired Living joins me to discuss how radical self-love leads to self-discovery, which then leads you to freedom, joy, happiness, and fulfillment.
We understand that weeds will overrun and choke out our lawns, flower beds, and gardens if we don't pull them up.
So why do we allow negative thoughts to remain in our' mind gardens' and freely encourage them, thinking they won't be harmful to us?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Norman Vincent Peale quote, "Dwelling on negative thoughts is like fertilizing weeds."
Because the world has told us repeatedly that we are weak, limited, incapable, that our dreams are impossible, we have forgotten who we are and what we are capable of doing.
But also, if we intuitively know that we are Divine in nature, why are we acting like it?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Lao Tzu quote, “At the center of your being you have the answer, you know who you are and know what you want.”
Do you think that life is unfair? Do you blame others for the condition of your life; the reason why your life isn’t the way you want it to be?
What if I told you your life is the way it is because of the thoughts that you allow in your mind and turn into beliefs?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Franklin D Roosevelt quote, “Men are not prisoners of fate; but only prisoners of their own minds.”
Are you still seeking happiness in things, people, or perfect circumstances, telling yourself, “I’ll be happy when…”
Happiness will not, it can not, come from anything outside of yourself. It also will not come to you by writing out lists of things you are grateful for in your life.
So, where do you to find lasting happiness?
In this episode, I will be discussing the Marcus Aurelius quote, “Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.”
Are you trying to break bad habits - facing them, fighting with them? How’s that working out for you?
There is a reason you are not successful in breaking those bad habits and behaviors, and it is the exact opposite of what everyone tells you to do.
In this episode, I will be discussing the Albert Einstein quote, “Without change in the pattern of our thoughts, we will be able to solve the problems we created with our current patterns of thought.”