Episode 5: Why Your New Life Will Require a Different You
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“If you want a new outcome, you will have to break the habit of being yourself and reinvent a new self.”
That’s the main message in Dr. Joe Dispenza’s groundbreaking text, Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One.
Every few months, I dive back into this book and each time I find a new depth of wisdom and understanding. My latest foray prompted this podcast and I’d love to share with you the goodness and wisdom I found this time.
Every single person I work with wants to rid themselves of self-defeating habits and thoughts. But what has to be explained and impressed upon nearly everyone I work with, is that THE MAGIC IS IN THE MICRO.
Attention to the micro, getting still, self-observation and getting to the origins of long-held beliefs eventually brings those long-desired MACRO SHIFTS and continuing that ‘work’ will make those shifts stick.
In this episode, we’re talking about moving past understanding these principles simply on an intellectual level to actually embodying them. As always, I want to help you dive deeper so I’m sharing three simple, yet powerful, transformational tools I’ve been using with clients recently to assist them in their journey to creating a new reality for themselves.
Highlights from the episode
- Why I keep returning to Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself
- The gradual birthing of your next manifestation
- How to achieve long-lasting macro shifts
- Benefits of learning to remain in the present moment
- The stacking power of incremental changes
- Savouring The Moment
- Gratitude Notes and Visits
- How these transformational tools can help you
- Widening Your Lens
Resources mentioned in the episode
References for this episode
- Schueller, Stephen. (2010). Preferences for positive psychology exercises. The Journal of Positive Psychology. 5. 192-203. 10.1080/17439761003790948.
- Seligman, Martin & Steen, Tracy & Park, Nansook & Peterson, Christopher. (2005). Positive Psychology Progress: Empirical Validation of Interventions. The American psychologist. 60. 410-21. 10.1037/0003-066X.60.5.410.