I promise this isn't your run of the mill "count your blessings" take on gratitude. The question is, when reality and your expectations do not align, which do blame for your missing gratitude?
For my math people...
Do you ever struggle with the tension between Life Coaching and Faith?
In this episode, Jake asks Austin the questions that are just too hard for him ...so you can have the answers!!
Bad acting comes from the misconception that it's all about actions. Anne Elise Doherty is a professional actress trained in the Meiser Method and she explains how the good actors can act authentically even though they're not being themselves. This could be a game changing skill when it comes to living authentically as the person we want to become.
One thing I've learned about meditation is this ...it is UNIQUE to each person. Everyone seems to have a different style and different reason. Whitney and I are no exception!! We both take different approaches, but we do agree on why it's worth the effort - and it's NOT just for inner peace.
"Failing isn't OK ...it's mandatory" - Trevor Ragan
Failing feels LAME - so we tend to either JUSTIFY (pretend we didn't fail) or JUDGE (Decide that the failure means we ARE A FAILURE). The problem is that both of these responses prevent us from the value of the failure ...the lesson it is guarding.
Let's build the skill of failing well so we learn our lessons faster.
We tend to place an incredible value on evidence - but there are so many significant aspects of our life where the evidence is NOT conclusive. In this episode, you will challenge the default obligation to evidence and explore the true power that exists when you see the credibility in choosing.
Claim your power!!
What if you didn't have to control it all? What if you weren't in charge of other people's feelings? What if you didn't have to decide in advance if you would be chosen for the part? What if you didn't have to parent just right so you controlled how the world responded to your kids?
What a relief!!
What if you JUST showed up?
Most of the suffering we experience in life comes from the difference between our expectations and "What Is." The audience's suffering during an improv comedy show comes from actors attempting to force there expectations instead of accepting "What Is."
So here's the theory ...the skills the GOOD actors use might be a great a benefit to US.
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