How do you court blind faith? You simply notice that doubt as a judge that wants to keep you in your Old Story and answer it with faith in the New Story. You acknowledge that there are forces at work you cannot see that could be helping you, showing you a new way, giving you hope.
Bob Litwin, the author of Live The Best Story Of Your Life, returns to the show to help further explain how you can leave your past/Old Story behind and step into the unseen future of your New Story and not give up.
Do you think you are the only one suffering under the control and power of fear, self-doubt, lack, impossibility? I know I did 9 years ago; it's the reason I created this podcast 6 years ago, to bust that myth wide open.
But how do you actually break free from the grip of fear, to release fear and step into your self-confidence nature? Yes, it isn't easy in the beginning to do, but I will share with you my experience of how it has been done throughout all time because it is the same for everyone.
Listen in as I answer a question from fellow Phoenix, Shawn Gibson, regarding understanding I Corthinians 10.
Transforming our self-image is a process. A process that more often comes gradually, which isn't always agreeable with our conditioning of seeking instant gratification. But as the Buddha expression goes, that which grows rapidly, withers just as quickly.
So when the appearance of "failure" in our individual transformation produces thoughts of guilt and shame, how do we view things in such a way that doesn't hinder our growth?
Listen in as one of my favorite guests, Madhur-Nain, returns to the show to discuss this very thing!
It doesn't matter what has happened to you or how big of a mess your life is. If you begin today to repeat over and over the beliefs you want to believe in, they will become a reality for you.
But how do you practice this so your affirmations genuinely become a reality for you?
Listen in as I discuss the Claude M. Bristol quote, "Repetition of the same chant, the same incantations, the same affirmations leads to belief, and once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen."
Is the fear of the unknown keeping you from your dreams? Is the voice of doubt whispering in your ear, "How is that ever going to happen for you? It's possible for others, but you?!"
How do you know which way to turn? How do you leave your past behind you? How do you live out your dreams in confidence and freedom?
Listen in as I answer this question from listener and fellow Phoenix, Angela Smith.
Toxic Positivity, what a mess!
How do you deal with negative thoughts when you feel the pressure to think positive all the time, especially when you know that we become what we think about? How do you deal with the overwhelming guilt and shame that we feel when we realize we have allowed negativity to creep back into our minds?
Listen in as I answer this question from listener and fellow Phoenix, Tanya Fraser.
Everyone tells you that you have to journal, right? You might have even tried it and given up on it.
Journaling is a potent tool to reprogram your self-image and your subconscious mind, but how can you do it in a way that actually (and finally) works for you?
Listen in as I discuss my research of the past 9 years into how reprogramming the subconscious works through the journaling process.
Are you struggling with negative thoughts, thoughts of fear, and self-doubt?
Do you believe yourself to be weak, incapable, that your dreams are impossible for you?
Listen in as I discuss the only Universal law of thought you need to know. If you can understand it, your life will radically change before your ideas and all your hopes and dreams will finally come true!
Why do you fail to reach any of your goals or dreams? Why does it seem that nothing ever changes in your life?
You have heard, “We become what we think about,” but do you really believe it? Your answer to this question holds the answers (and the power) you are seeking to make changes in your life.
Listen in as I help you to fully understanding the power of “I AM.”
Why do we give all the love and compassion we have to others, but are afraid to do the same for ourselves? Why do we put other’s needs first, often at the expense of our own?
What do we do when we discovered that we have repeated the patterns we’ve worked so hard to change?
Listen in as my returning guest, Amanda JP Brown talks about the lessons learned about releasing family and societal conditioning and expectations over the past year after her recent divorce.