As Allan Watts said, do you see yourself as a victim of the world, or do you see yourself as the world; do you believe in life's “possibility” or “impossibility”?
It’s not always easy to move beyond the difficulties of your life (we all have trials and tribulations), but there is a way out of them, but it isn’t what you think; you’ve been taught the wrong way to get out of them.
Listen in as Sabrina Victoria reflects on her journey of transformation, both in herself and the circumstances in her life, and what it took to make that happen.
If you don't let go of your grip on fear, you won't change; don't get stuck in group dogma because you'll stop growing.
If you want transformation in your life (confidence, included), you need to stop reaching for the "fix" of spiritual practices instead of embodying the spirit you’ve always been.
Listen in as Madhur-Nain Webster returns to the show to discuss this topic.
When we go through very stressful and challenging things in our lives, if we are not careful, we can reinforce limiting beliefs about ourselves, our lives, and how the world should be.
Going through trauma can actually release our orthodox beliefs of guilt, shame, and negative thought patterns. So the question becomes, how do we do free ourselves from our habit of clinging onto the things that prevent our growth and expansion?
Listen in as Benita Conde returns to the show to discuss this very topic.
Are you giving more weight to how other people think you should be, how you should be living your life?
If you allow them, others (family, friends, society) will shape your self-image and beliefs according to how they need you to be; a self-serving act, mainly because they don't want to feel uncomfortable with you shining brightly.
So how do you let go of the limited identity that others have created for you and live wholely as yourself?
Listen in as Madhur-Nain Webster returns to the show to discuss this very topic.
I am firmly convinced that when people tell you that happiness isn't sustainable, it is because they have never really experienced it for themselves.
So what does happiness look like? How does it feel? How do you make it real in your life?
Thích Nhất Hạnh said happiness is available now and that we should help ourselves to it. But how do you do that?
Listen in as I share my recent experience learning to accept and dwell in continuous happiness.
Everyone tells you that you need to listen to your inner voice, follow your intuition or internal GPS, reach your goals, follow your passion, be confident, etc.
However, most don't realize that your inner voice is negatively programmed (the blind leading the blind). So what are you supposed to do?
Listen in as I share my experiences in understanding what your small still voice truly is and how you can use it to believe in yourself finally.