“If the only thing people learned was not to be afraid of their experience, that alone would change the world.” –Sydney Banks
There is so much less to do in life than you might think.
Have you noticed how sometimes, when you’re not trying or doing anything in particular, you find yourself bounced back into a more peaceful feeling?
It’s like you’re frustrated…you’re frustrated …you’re frustrated …you look away for a second…and boom! You feel a little better. A little less frustrated. A little peaceful, even.
You didn’t make it happen. You didn’t pull out any tools or techniques, it just sort of…happened. On your behalf. Through you, but not by you.
It happened naturally, despite any action you may have taken, not because of it.
Would you like to know more about how that works?
My good friend (and super impressive coach) Bev Aron and I are teaching a FREE one hour class on Wednesday, January 22nd about the neat way the slate seems to naturally clear. We’ll talk about how we find ourselves bounced back to the surface despite our own efforts rather than because of them.
We’re going to talk about the wisdom and kindness in the design that essentially puts us out of work when it comes to us trying to make ourselves feel better.
This totally free call is about emotion, thought, feeling good, feeling bad, bouncing back from feeling bad, what is your J.O.B. in life and what isn’t, the magnificent brilliance in the system that always has your back, and anything else you want to toss in (within reason, of course).
There will be plenty of time for questions throughout the call and we’ll be sharing the recording with everyone who registers. So even if you can’t make it live on the 22nd, sign up if you’re interested and you can listen when it’s convenient for you.
If you’d like to join me and Bev for this free class—and we really hope you will—please register below and we’ll send you all of the dial-in information for the call on Wednesday, January 22nd at 9am PST/12pm EST.
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