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Joy during turmoil
My father-in-law passed away this week.
The death was actually a tragic one.
And still, I found pockets of joy during this time.
Tune in to learn more and get inspired as to where you may be able to find joy during tumultuous events in your life.
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Far too often we get into the habit of living our lives in certain ways without giving it too much thought.
In a way, we walk around half a sleep, even if knowing that "waking up" would actually improve our lives in countless ways.
One way to get out of the habit of being yourself is to question everything.
While it can be scary to do so, I do believe more often than not, the benefits of doing so outweigh the risks.
Tune in to this week's Emotionally Equipped podcast to learn more.
Practice makes possible
You are in for a treat today.
While I had plans to share my weekly episode with you, a good friend of mine reached out to me with an epic situation she experienced yesterday and she told me how she used The unSTUCK Method and The CLEAR Way to help her through it. She said it would be a great story for the podcast and I welcomed her to share her story with joy!
When you're done listening, I welcome you to tune back in to Episode 39 for a laugh. https://shiragura.com/episode-039/
According to Google, tradition is the transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation.
I am sure you have lots of traditions in your life.
Many of them have probably been passed down to you generation to generation, and others may have been traditions you created on your own.
The question is, at which point do you keep a tradition, just for the sake of keeping it?
Tune in to learn more about getting unSTUCK and getting CLEAR regarding traditions in your life.
Trust your tools
When you learn about the mind, you realize something curious: that the mind often innocently works against you.
You would think that your mind should be working for you, and in a way it does - when it keeps you safe and out of harm's way.
But often when the mind is doing that, what it's also doing is keeping you back from evolving and living to your truest potential.
So rather than depending on your mind when you get stuck, I invite you to consider depending on your tools.
Being emotionally equipped means possessing simple and practical self-help tools that have the power to efficiently and effectively support a person in coping with emotionally challenging life situations.
Are you emotionally equipped?
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