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Your Words Matter
Several years ago I had a friend that told me about this intuitive Healer she worked with in Colorado. Whenever something was troubling her, a sore knee, a strained shoulder, without fail he healed her.
It seemed odd that she would travel from California to Colorado every time she got sick but she didn’t need to – because he did his work over the phone.(more…)
Is thinking making your life better?
Eckhart Tolle suffered from depression for most of his adult life. One evening as he berated himself for being such a loser and lamenting why his life was meaningless, the pain became so intense he cried out, “I can’t live with myself anymore.” Followed by, “who is the ‘I’ that can no longer live with itself*?”
With that one question, in the midst of his torment, he had a massive transformation.(more…)
How to Turn Performance Anxiety into a Superpower
If its possible, before I give a talk I try to go and sit in a bathroom.
Hopefully I’m alone as I start with a few deep breaths and then meditate for a few minutes.
With my mind clear, I open my eyes and say, “I’m excited.”
Because even though I did a short meditation, public speaking, whether it’s 5 people or 500 does create a little bit of anxiety. It’s a very vulnerable state. We’re opening ourselves up for criticism, ridicule, and possible embarrassment.