I tackle a lot of HUGE topics on my podcast (I appreciate all of you that take the time to listen and comment). I’ve realized, from your comments, the importance of revisiting some of our talks over here on my blog. And there’s a couple of reasons what I’m excited to take this on.
Commitment to the development of our selves takes time and consideration. Listening to a podcast is a great start, breaking it down and studying it here on my blog reinforces the lessons. Perhaps there is one aspect of what we discussed, that once revisited, resonates with you on a different level. I want that for you.
Of course, and most importantly, I have the opportunity to interview some amazing thought leaders, and I’m honored to revisit their work, reflecting on the importance of it, and once again recognizing the gift, they’re openly giving to my listeners.
I want to start this series by reflecting on my podcast featuring Sarah Reilly. She is a life coach currently based out of Sydney, Australia. She helps executives, entrepreneurs, and creatives get anything they want.
What’s fascinating to me about personal development is that so many of the concepts that once used to exist only in the New Age section of the bookstore are being embraced by modern science.
We’re learning that the truth behind terms like manifesting, and the power of our biology and our neurology in our brain. And that’s why I wanted to introduce Sarah Reilly to you. Sarah combines spirituality with science-based facts that are going to give you a new perspective.
Some of the topics Sarah and I discuss during this conversation are:
· How we’re biologically designed to keep ourselves in the comfort zone and how we can reprogram our brain to beat that. Sarah tells us the science behind our actions and beliefs, and why we’re neurologically wired to feel what we feel. We learn how the life lessons from our youth can dictate our coping mechanisms as adults today.
· Which leads to a bigger discussion about coping mechanisms. It’s not just alcohol, drugs, and food. There are some subtle coping mechanisms that we can rationalize as being a good thing, but they keep us stuck.
· We also discuss the power of our ego and why it operates on out of date data and what to do about it. We’ll discuss why changing your environment and surroundings without doing the inner work will never lead you to a path of true clarity and peace. Sarah discusses how our reality is a projection of our perceived identity and not necessarily the truth.
· Lastly, Sarah is going to give us some science behind the power of manifestation. This will shake you.
I’ve had many conversations with Sarah, and I guarantee that while what she says seems so obvious, it requires a profound amount of inner work. It’s always easier to suggest others change, but when asked to focus on ourselves, listen to the messages that come from within (and outside) of us, and then work to uncover where these messages come from, that’s when the true work begins. I invite you to come back next week, where we’ll do a deeper dive on this podcast. As always, I encourage you to follow me
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