Have you spent most of your life striving without success? Has depression been an experience you have had a lot of? Does everything just feel so futile? Feel like you're banging your head against a brick wall? This episode is for you.
We all experience death, but how many of us take it seriously? We may see someone has died and think 'You never know when it is going to happen' and we go about our daily life, but what if death could be a call to life like you never imagined it could be?
How do we handle people who attack us? Why do people in pain lash out? In the current state of chaotic world events what is truly happening in the world on social media and how can we better take care of our own inner world during a time like this?
When does focusing on the future dreams become dangerous? Are you sacrificing your NOW to an imaginary future or trying to escape your present? In this episode I talk about why it's important to become very aware so we can regain our life energy from the past or future.
Do you feel like you have been struggling for a very long time? Does struggle feel more comfortable than ease? Perhaps you are addicted and you don't know why? Listen to Episode 68 where I speak more about having an addiction to struggle and how we can begin to change this.
In this weeks episode a listener asked the question 'Why are we reluctant to tell people we are struggling and what's the worst that could happen?' So I dig deep to see why we do this, what can we do differently, how can we receive the support we need when we are struggling with mental health issues. If you would like an episode dedicated to you, please email me at email@example.com
Do you think you're ready to face your wounds? Is there any reason that you may be too scared to? And are there any secondary benefits to remaining where you are? In this episode I discuss wounding and how sometimes what we fear may be very different to be believe on a conscious level.
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Have you wrestled hard against the fact that receiving has become almost impossible? Be it love, money, feedback, acknowledgement? What if your inability to receive comes down to a deep intrinsic feeling of 'valuelessness' born from early life events and trauma?