The emotional compass is a deep dive into mastering your emotions. Such mastery can bring about true joy, healthier relationships, better communication, and an immense love for life. It's a journey from the mind to the heart so you can become aligned with your life's purpose.... Show More
Mark Manson does not need any introduction because his book The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck has sold millions of copies. Moreover, his writing on happiness really touched us (https://markmanson.net/downloads/happiness). We explore some of the themes that compare pleasure vs happiness, and it means to be happy.
In this episode, we share our experience of The Untethered Soul Lecture Series: 5 - 8 by Michael A. Singer. We dive deeper into the analogies that he shared in this lecture series and drive home some of the concepts he touched. We share our experience and how these lecture have resonated with us. The lecture series can be downloaded on Audible, Apple Music or untetheredsoul.com
In this episode, we share our experience of The Untethered Soul Lecture Series: 1 - 4 by Michael A. Singer. The simple yet profound examples presented by Mr. Singer have touched our lives in many ways. The practice of not letting the outside noise dictate our inner experience has had far reaching consequences in our lives. We also briefly talk about his other book the Surrender Experiment where he practices what he preaches. Finall...
In this episode, we discuss Marianne Williamson's most popular book A Return to Love, which is her take on the Course in Miracles. We draw parallels to the experience of the author Marianne Williamson on how she went from self-loathing, self-indulgence to self-realization when she found the course.
In this episode, we review the book Dark side of the light chasers by Debbie Ford. We discuss working on your shadow, which is a concept introduced by Carl Jung. The shadow is consists of all the negative aspects of ourselves which we suppress or deny.
We discuss how in the doing, the magic happens and not in the thinking. This episode is all about showing up and doing the work and falling in love with the process. Book recommendation: Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain by Betty Edwards.ach
In this episode, we review the book Nonviolent Communication by Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD. We discuss the NVC process of observations, feelings, needs, and requests by providing examples for each and discussing our make takeaway from the book.
In this episode, we review the book called Seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav (https://seatofthesoul.com/). A fascinating read where discuss some our highlights from the book like: love over fear, horizontal vs vertical growth, traditional vs conscious relationships. and more.
If we were to clear out our limiting beliefs about money, we would make way for an abundant mindset. Money is actually just a flow of energy. In this episode, we briefly discuss the book Love Money, Money Loves You by Sarah McCrum. Here she teaches how you can increase your self-worth, and your own value can create abundance.
We pick up from the previous episode to review the next three chapters of the book Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach. Discussing things like leaning into your experience, checking the body before reacting and our self-affirming beliefs.
In this episode, we are reviewing the first three chapters of the book Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach. We marvel in the insights and anecdotes of the book which reveal to us so much of what we talk about in our podcast.
Anger is one of those emotions that gets condemned but it's important to know why we get angry and how to manage it. In this episode, we talk about how to deal with anger and neither expressing or suppressing your anger are healthy for you.
A consistent habit that results in you pushing past your limitations will liberate you eventually. For example, a disciplined management of your time affords you more free time. Or a disciplined meditation practice frees your mind.
Be mindful of the words you say to yourself or others, as they create a story that you are telling your subconscious. Certain words should completely be removed from our vocabulary as they are self-defeating. Especially in these trying times where we are quarantined with loved ones or even alone, it's very important to be mindful of the story we are telling ourselves.
Fear and panic are never a good solution to any problem especially during uncertain times. This pandemic is testing humanity but we must rise to the occasion and focus on the now. Let's fall in love with a habit or routine that we can do on regular basis because fear is only going to lower our immune response.
Self-love sounds like a great concept but what does it look like in practice? How do you go about it? Because it's not just about taking yourself out or pampering yourself. This episode breaks down self-love into three pillars and you are assigned an important exercise to help you on your journey of self-love.
We are in a time and place where we are bombarded with fearful messages and it's our responsibility to not feed into them. In this episode, we will share with you tips and techniques on how to overcome fear and live courageously.
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