coach john and Monika Walker continue the discussion of the steps that integrate our awareness. Getting ourselves into the zone of resolving conflict in our lives.
2:06 How to build inner resilience
What it can mean to make a decision that’s a little bit risk taking, a little bit of a challenge? What was a choice point that forever changed your life? There is one element within that situation that becomes your go-to resource when making decisions. There is one thing that stood out that you can come back to over and over again. It is validation that it is okay for me to have needs and okay for me to make requests of myself and requests of others.
Begin by changing a thought.
5:35 The goal of our CE program
Everyone has an innate knowing of where they need to get to. It’s the north pointing arrow that guides us forward.
6:33 Self love is not selfishness.
It gives you a go-to resilience. It’s looking to care of self and being. Self responsibility. It moves us toward freedom, connectedness and spirit. “It’s okay for me to have needs.” Self love is not selfishness. It gives you a go-to resilience. It’s looking to care of self and being. Self responsibility.
Moving toward meaningful purpose. It moves us toward freedom, connectedness and spirit. It’s okay for me to have needs. It moves me toward meaningful purpose. We feel whole, connected. Wholeness of heart opens a way for us to be present with others. A way where we are not judged.
10:41 The exquisiteness of choice
There is an exquisiteness of having choice without judgement. The thought in the mind is about judgement. One thought that forever changes your life.
12:37 Stepping into choice easily.
Even when it’s messy we can have confidence and self-love as we step into conflict situations.
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How important is having choices in your life?