In this episode, I talk about my journey in my work, my money story, and my lack of commitment to my own vision. I share what I now understand and how that affects my work moving forward.
We get into habits of thought around certain events and scenarios that happen in our lives on a regular basis. That habit of thought typically keeps us focused on the problems. By doing that we stay stuck in the problem.
The truth is never the human story we tell. While the story may be really fun to tell, it doesn't teach us anything because it's always filtered through the lens of self-protection combined with a whole bunch of pain and trauma. The work is to get out of that and find the real truth so that we can understand ourselves and the world around us better.
We all get sucked into worry and fear sometimes. They are not helpful and we need to learn how to stop spending our time worrying about things, especially the things we can't control.
Breaking free is about putting it all together and doing the thing. In the previous chapters, we talked about all the things that can get in our way, all the things that cause us to struggle. In this chapter, we get to talk about how to get around some of the things that are going to come up that we can’t fix while sitting on our couch at home, things like confidence and fear. At some point, we have to do it anyway and not worry about anything else because otherwise, we stay stuck. It’s time to break free! This podcast is available wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts! Please consider liking, sharing, and/or subscribing as it really helps this podcast grow! The e-book, the Emotional Truth is available on Amazon. Grab your copy here.
Everybody experiences varying degrees of pain and trauma in their lives. It’s not so much about if that will happen, it’s about what we do with it after it happens. For a while, we all tend to stay in a state of victimization, blame, and/or guilt, until eventually, we recognize that healing is possible. When we recognize we can heal, we begin to move out of the victimization of the experience and release the blame and/or guilt we feel. This allows us to let ourselves and others off the hook. In this episode, I talk about how to do that and why it’s important that we keep working to get to this place of healing. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe to and from wherever you are listening to this. Thank you so much for listening to and supporting this podcast.
There are some Universal truths that are hard to see from our limited human perception. One of those truths is that all experience is neutral, it just is. In this episode, I talk about how our limited human perception, the effect of fate and karma, and how pain is sometimes necessary but isn't often required. Most pain is self-created based on our human perception only.
Unconditional love while in human form is not a reasonable expectation. Unconditional love requires the removal of judgment of a persons' action or inaction. It requires the allowance of all behavior, good or bad, right or wrong, with no anger, blame, judgment, guilt, or fear of any kind. This is not possible in human form.
This episode of Spirituality Unpacked is about this concept of needing to fit in and be accepted. We all have it and we all do it to some degree. Today I'm talking about my personal experience with it over the last couple of days and how I had to shift a pattern I had around the formality of my work. I got asked to relax as it were.
This is the relationship we have trouble giving ourselves permission to have because it requires us to have boundaries in relationships with others, carve out space for ourselves in our own lives, and give ourselves permission to exist and take up space. We don't do these things because of a lack of confidence and self-worth or simply a lack of courage and a desire to make others happy.