We speak about 'emotional intelligence' and how important it is for self-awareness and the enjoyment of life and healthy relationships. But are we truly feeling our authentic emotions? Or are we convincing ourselves that we feel love, happiness, acceptance, and peace?
Take the time before New Years to prepare your body, mind and soul for how you want your life to look in 2020, and empower yourself for the most successful, happy and love-filled year yet!
You are what you think right? Wrong. And right. We are what we believe because our actions stem from our beliefs. BUT. Our beliefs themselves are not real and are only a product of all the data that your brain has gathered during your lifetime.
A lot of people fight against procrastination for most of their lives, believing that there must be something wrong with them, that no matter how HARD they may want something, they just can’t seem to make it a reality. In this episode we look at how our brains are hard-wired to work against our efforts, and what we can do about it.
Addiction to our ‘story’ is a coping mechanism that helps us avoid our pain and fear. We hold on for dear life to the ‘story’ of our lives; to our history, our resentment and our disappointments. To move forward and be able to build your self into the person you want to be, we must let that story go, and be brave enough to write a new one.
That quiet fire within you that gets you through your challenges, your pain and your fear. It doesn't promise the alleviation of suffering, but it does motivate you to persevere, to persist, and to never give up on life itself. In this video I share a tragedy that happened in my life that inspired me to begin rock climbing.
We live our entire lives through our body, every single experience is influenced by our health and how capable our bodies are to meet the challenges we face in life. But! It is the one area where we find the most resistance to change.
Fear is a natural body response that ensures our survival, the problem is that we have never switched off our flight/fight response. We have been living all our years at the mercy of our body's hyper vigilant threat-assessment system and this affects our mindset, habits and feelings.
Learning to stay present in our reality is one of the most important foundation skills you can have, it affects our behaviour, our choices and our zest for life. In this introductory module, we look at the differences between reality and fantasy, why we use it to self-medicate, and how we can begin releasing our dependence on it.