I was so busy ensuring I was connected with my technologies, my apps, my phones, my computers and the overflow of my busy life that I couldn’t see the “connectedness” that would truly transform me from the inside out.
I lived on the ‘outside’ of my life and kept it shallow, at least for me.
The result was that I lived on a platform of fear, anger and anxiety, constantly putting myself down, and living out the programming I internalized from an abused childhood. I needed to undress from the clutter of the external life I had created and clothe myself in a grace that stemmed from within.
In podcast episode 47, Edrina said, “Once you get the inside right, the outside takes care of itself.” That’s the journey I’ve been on. The journey inward. Allowing myself to fall apart, to become vulnerable and powerless so I can fall back together and discover how amazing life can be. To see through a heart that is free and peaceful, no longer enslaved.
The journey to rediscover your inner and amazing self will connect you to the Divine (whom I call God), to others and to the world and the universe around you in a way you could never imagine. This connection will bring you inner peace, inner joy, inner strength.
It will root you in the present moment, removing the stress of the past and the anxiety of the future. And who doesn’t want that?
Join me in today’s 50th podcast that now spans over 42 countries…
Growth is painful. Change is painful. But almost nothing is as painful as being stuck where you don’t belong.
When you’re not living your true amazing self, then you may be in a career you didn’t want, dealing with a relationship that’s not going how you intended, and generally living a life that’s being limited by, well…. You.
Today I talk about this and how it affected my life and how I went through the process of getting unstuck.
I also talk about how you can help support this podcast and learn a new hobby. I have two “on demand” online courses I teach that are very popular.
One is a masterclass in photography for beginners and the other is on how to build a website quickly and easily and with no coding.
They are inexpensive, popular and packed with valuable information.
Here are the links to them:
Photography Course: https://www.udemy.com/the_essentials_of_photography/http://www.LearnPhotographyForBeginners.com/
Website Course: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-create-a-website-from-scratch-with-no-coding/http://www.FastWebsiteBuilderCourse.com/
And, of course, the podcast home at: TheRealTruthAboutYou.com
Here’s something to help you rise above your anger.
Anger is often an expression of fear but it’s definitely your body trying to tell you something about yourself. I remember being so angry, in fact I would be in a rage, that I would punch holes in walls, break furniture and make my family scared. I played mind games with my wife without even realizing it.
Today, I want to show you how to rise above your anger, like I did, by using a simple technique I learned and kept applying to my life.
If you were to ask my wife now how I am now compared to what I used to be you’d get a night and day comparison. I am very much more peaceful than I have ever been.
I don’t have those extreme swings in emotion. I still get angry occasionally but it’s not that violently erupting volcano of emotion that destroys everything it encounters. Today, I’m enjoying the new me.
This podcast starts with my visit to a Naturopathic Doctor who I discovered has a similar persona to me, where diversity is the only consistency. Join me in today’s podcast….
Our home: TheRealTruthAboutYou.com
00:00 Intro and my journey to see a Naturopath Doctor
12:20 Dealing with Anger
IMAGE: Will and Edrina Sinclair – “Before and After”
Healing your self image and learning to love yourself seems to be very difficult for many to do.
In this week’s podcast Edrina Sinclair talks about her self-image and how she translated her self-image to her weight until she realized that her body was just her shell, not her true inner self. Edrina shares what brought her to that point of personal transformation and how she is learning how to love herself.
Join us in today’s intimate podcast…
#selfimage #innerhealing #innerpeace
Many of us have made our lives so ‘busy’ because we have fallen into the trap of believing that being busy is a good thing. “The devil finds work for idle hands,” is an expression my mom used to say. Yet, most of the great religions in the world, including Christianity, discovered that our bodies, our minds, our souls are craving for quiet, for periods of great silence.
A large sign hangs in our retreat center with a quote from Mother Teresa, “Souls of great prayer are souls of great silence.” This is counter-cultural for our western world which thrives on busyness.
It’s much easier to be busy than to discover who you truly are and tap into the greatness that’s already you. Today’s message: SLOW DOWN.