Welcome to the Living Light Radio podcast, where we provide you with a weekly dose of inspiration, application and adaptation so you can embrace the light in your life and live the life of your dreams. You'll hear practical, powerful and profound life strategies so you can learn to like your life.
"99% of people are convinced they are incapable of achieving great things, so they aim for mediocre." Tim Ferriss
Are you capable of greatness?
Let’s pretend for a moment that this quote from Tim Ferriss is an absolute truth (which I am well aware, isn't 100% accurate). Which category do you fall into? Are you in the 1% group? The people that tend to have “I want it all or I’ll die trying attitude”. Or are you with the majority, the 99% that make a conscious choice not to push past their current mental boundaries because they would rather avoid risk and settle for what’s safe and available? It doesn’t matter which category you fall into at this very moment. What matters most is which one you want to be in.
Mediocrity is complex and layered and people end up there in a variety of ways.
Tune in to this week's episode "What Everybody Ought to Know About Mediocrity" to learn 5 myths about mediocrity that are draining you right now.
Read the full show notes here: https://freewithin.me/mediocrity/
Why is it that simplicity is one of the key tenets of most spiritual practices? What does it really mean to simplify your mind, body and spirit?
Read the show note here: https://freewithin.me/crackingthecodeonsimplicity/
When it comes to giving/generousity there's a word that draws me in. That word is Seva (pronounced say-va)
It's a Punjabi word which means "selfless service." Being of service without any expectation or reward for performing it. The idea of Seva was deeply ingrained in how I was raised. But, that doesn't necessarily mean that it was, or is, always appropriately practiced.
Why is it that some people can give selflessly, while others struggle with the idea? When they give, they feel that they must, or should, get something of equal (0r higher) value in return. Where generousity becomes more of a bargaining chip.
Tune in to this podcast for a meaningful discussion on selfless service.
You can read the full show notes here: https://freewithin.me/seva/
Do you feel stuck? Do you wish you felt motivated to create change? Learn seven ways you can start working on creating a growth-mindset and start saying YES to your life and saying yes to your fondest dreams.
You can read the show notes here: https://freewithin.me/7waystoyes/
Do you believe in miracles? Or do you think they are unrealistic and foolish? Tune in to this week's episode for a conversation about miracles and learn 5 ways that you too can develop a miracle mindset.
Read the show notes here: https://freewithin.me/miraclemindset
Episode 75 - Bonus Episode! - How To Support Your Kids Through The Coronavirus Pandemic From A Child Psychologist
All of us are struggling in unique ways during this pandemic. In order to support families during this time, I have created a support group on Facebook. I will be inviting various guests into the group to share their expertise for parents and kids. Please feel free to join the group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingstrongkids/
In this episode, Dr. Vanessa Lapointe joins me to talk about how parents can support, comfort, and connect with their children in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. You can watch the video of this interview here: https://youtu.be/DJCSilhMvJQ - we had some technical difficulties, but we made the most of it!
Don't forget to check out our mini (but powerful) on-demand course that can help your child develop resilience (worksheets & parent tips included): www.innerchampion.me/p/resilience
Did you know that my Sun Visualization for Kids was the Staff Pick twice in a week on Insight Timer? Insight Timer has 12 million users and has been around for 10 years. Use this powerful guided visualization with your child by clicking here: http://insig.ht/gm_106525
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Deeply insightful, with total gratitude
Ranbir, while you have so much to be grateful for, so do those who have the privilege to know you and benefit from your deep wisdom and knowledge. It has been a pleasure and an honour to be a part of the experience and to reap the benefits of your wisdom and advice, over and over again. With deepest gratitude 🙏🏻.
Always true, clear and insightful.
Ranbir has been someone I can always relate to. Her insight is truthful, delightful and helpful. Thank you always. Xo