EP236: Welcoming What Arises Part 1: Why we don’t

In the next three podcast episodes I will be sharing the 3-part class I recently taught called Welcoming What Arises. 

Today’s episode shares Part 1 where I focus on why we don’t welcome what’s arising. 

I speak to the misunderstandings behind our habitual resistance and fear of feeling and the promise, power, and true freedom available when we lean in and feel what’s there. 

I discuss how not leaning in is at the root of 100% of suffering, habits, anxiety and anything else that looks like a problem. 

I am sharing these classes on Changeable because I honestly can’t think of a more important conversation to be having.  Please tune in and if you were at the free class live or have already listened, please listen again. You’ll hear so much more the second time around. 

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If you’d like to hear much more about Welcoming What Arises, and have my personal support as you experiment with it, please join us in The Little School of Big Change guided course that begins in just 2 weeks on February 6th.

The guided course is 6 solid weeks of lessons, personal coaching, and an incredible community. Enroll before February 6th to save your seat and to save $47 on enrollment. 

Go to https://www.thelittleschoolofbigchange.com to enroll. See you in class!

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