How will this show benefit you
In this episode, I will share the different levels I have experienced when either thinking I ‘knew’ or I didn’t ‘know’. During a time in my life when I thought I knew it all, I was all very disconnected from my truth in who I was. I then went on a journey of not needing to know anything, but to remain in the present. Today I get to venture into knowing a general direction, but having faith in only my next step towards that end. In this show, I provide some insights using practical tools in living mindfully in the moment. I share my experience in dealing with pain, of the past and fear of the future and how it can alter our present realities. I hope you will walk away with some tools to help you know your next step in life and stand in your truth.
Ideas & Insights
- Whenever I’m dealing with the present moment, I know my next step just like I know my truth, and I stand in it.
- If I think I don’t know, I just have to check in and ask what’s my next step and to accept completely whatever the future holds for me.
- The past largely dictates our perceptions, and so we can get caught up in this vicious struggle of past/future, past/future, past/future, and when we’re not living in the moment, we don’t get the results that we want.
- Recovery taught me a foundation to a much deeper truth and how to live your life, and then I started working with mentors, coaches, and I was able to elevate my life to new levels that I never knew were possible.
- I’m able to use the skills in learned early in recovery to create a real life not fighting for an illusion of life.
- All those things that I thought I knew were just deceptions of my mind in the world and I was also susceptible to the collective deception of those around me.
- Today when I say, “I don’t know,” I deny the truth that I don’t know because I’m intimate with my truth I stand in it confidently.
- It is possible to know absolutely every next step.
- If we don’t know what your next step is, then a better way to deal with this is not to condition our subconscious into not knowing because when we speak it’s like programming our subconscious into believing that we don’t know.
- We don’t know what we don’t know, but we can know the next step to find out what we don’t know.
- I believe that we were created and called to live in our truth and love , and it creates an all-knowing flow.
- In Episode 9 I talk about being fractured from truth, and how it gets in the way of not only our results but it gets in the way of what we are called to do.
- I don’t know what step two and three are, but I can always find out what’s my next step is.
- I often say that “I have a compass, I do not have a map.” I don’t know if I’ll have to swim across the ocean or dig under a mountain. I know where I’m going so when that mountain or that ocean shows up I know that I have to go through it, and I have to be prepared to do it, but I know without a doubt, that I know what my next step is.
- We might get caught up in fear of making the wrong step. We are all in a perfect process of learning and if you don’t make that step and just stand there and say, “I don’t know,” you’re not going to receive that lesson that you were supposed to receive. It might feel misguided at times, but as long as you keep stepping in the direction that you’re supposed to go then it’s all a perfect process.
- We need more people walking in their truth.
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- A free one-on-one coaching call with me where we will get clear on getting to your next level. This is truly an experience in its own right and will not last long so act quickly.
- I have a framework to send you that illustrates the Recovery Squared belief process and a roadmap to transformation.
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