Welcome to the Authentic SelfLeadership Journey podcast, where we look into transforming ourselves into the best version of ourselves, how we can find and follow our purpose and still be successful and how we can express ourselves authentically. What are a parts that stand between us still not stepping into the power we truly have? What relationship issues, shadows or emotional blockages keep us from fully showing up or from living the life that is truly of service for the next gernations to come.
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The reason why selfleadership does not mean to be selfish
It is not surprising that we live in a time when things are shifting in unpredictable ways. Keeping integrity to ourselves and how we want act and show up beomces more demanding then ever.
How to stay aligned to who we really want to be
In times that become more and more unpredictable, in times when things change and we have this huge amount of possilities and social issues to fix it is hard to stay focused to what is true to us. Self-leadership is one of the most important skills we can develop in order to stay in line with what is deeply meaningful for us. This episode looks deeper into what self-leadership means and what it has to do with leading others. It dives into how we can deal with all circumstances that challenge us and stay inspired and committed to the resolutions that we make. Self-leadership is not controlling it is a way of deeply allowing what wants to be seen and at the same time living with intention.
What can we do when we feel pain about what happens in the world
What can we do when we feel pain about what happens in the world? What breaks your heart? What if instead of not wanting to feel all of this we start to feel it all, go into this pain and notice that there are things for us as individuals as couples, as organizations & as society that are just not okay, things that cry out because they want to be healed and looked at. This episode adresses equality, diversity, how we can deal with the pain of injustice and how we can deal with these things as individuals? What does our own pain have to do with the pain we feel from this world? How would a vision of a world look like where we would shift towards a different way of being together?
What does our mental health & our gut have to do with who we are?
I am so astonished about all the findings now-a-days that suggest that Mental health is so much more connected with our physical health than we think. On my journey to figuring this out for myself, I have discovered that seemingly physical symptoms like unexplained aces or feeling tired have a lot to do with our mental state and also a direct connection to our gut. Some think that mental health just affects a few but what if we all have mental health problems in our lives as well as we have physical health issues?
How difficulties in relationships can help us letting go of old stories
We all know this situation when we feel that we experience the same situation in a relationship that we have experienced multiple times already. These situations even if they are sometimes difficult give us an opportunity to grow into a more authentic version of our selves. Relationships are the biggest challenge but that's why if we can transform their pain this will lead us to a growth and deep love that is beyond anything we ever experienced before.
How to work with difficult emotions?
When it comes to dealing with our emotions some feel more difficult than others.
When we work with our emotions there are different layers to understanding them, to hold them, to understand what they want to tell us and also to transform them.
In this episode, we will go deeper into the understanding of what we can do with "difficult emotions".
I am sharing learnings and an exercise to start the quest to integrate all kinds of emotions and to understand the value and information every emotion brings.
I also address how the capability to be with our own difficult emotions is the foundation to compassion towards others in pain and ultimately to be our authentic self.