What are your thoughts on being vulnerable? Do you see it as a weakness? Are you scared of being vulnerable in front of other people?
There is nothing more frightening than the moment we expose our ideas and views to the world.
Yet if we refuse to be vulnerable and succumb to the fear of criticism, we will remain powerless in a world that now requires us to share our voice and stand for what we believe.
As we continue this series in understanding the layers of our personal mastery, the next profound teacher featured is Brené Brown who says:
“If you’re not failing then you’re really not showing up.”
Personal Mastery requires a multidimensional approach from the physical, emotional, spiritual, energetic and mindset levels.
And with that awareness, today we are looking at the emotional nature in how we relate to others and share our truth.
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How can we reconnect to our deepest purpose? Practices of ecstatic states of consciousness can help us reconnect and reboot, allowing us to contribute to a collective perspective for a greater good of all.
Freeing ourselves from the individual patterns and past that no longer serves us is one avenue to personal mastery. We also face a collective crisis in both meaning within the world, and very real crisis with regards to managing the multiple existential threats on the horizon - from climate change to the toxic food system.
As we continue this series in understanding the layers of our personal mastery, the next profound teacher featured is Jamie Wheal who says: “These days we’re drowning in information, but starving for motivation.”
Reconnecting to our true self requires a multidimensional approach from the physical, emotional, spiritual and energetic levels. And with that awareness, today we are looking at the spiritual and neurophysiological nature in how to...
The human energetic body is incredibly complex. You maybe aware of aspects of it such as the energy centres of your body.
What’s less known about is that we need to actively work on our energy system health as much as we seek emotional support and develop our self-regulation practices.
As we continue this series in understanding the layers of our personal mastery, the next profound teacher featured is Dr John Amaral and he says “The physical body is like the print out. Our energetic levels are the electrical signals that sends information and creates the print out.”
Freeing ourselves from the patterns and past that no longer serves us requires a multidimensional approach from the physical, emotional, spiritual and energetic levels. And with that awareness, today we are looking at the energetic nature in which our emotions are made.
So in todays video you’re going to learn:
1. What is our energy field [02:27]
2. Why we become disconnected from our body and...
Do you believe that what you see influences how you feel? Actually, the opposite is true: What you feel — your "affect" — influences what you see, hear, smell, taste, and touch.
These bodily feelings are known as interoception or in other words our interior perception.
As we continue this series in understanding the layers of our personal mastery, the next profound teacher is Lisa Feldman Barrett and she says “An emotion is your brain’s creation of what your bodily sensations mean, in relation to what is going on around you in the world.”
Dealing with our emotions is the challenge and it requires a multidimensional approach from the physical, emotional, spiritual and energetic levels. And with that awareness that it’s multifaceted, today we are looking at the physical, or physiological, nature in which our emotions are made.
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It’s interesting isn’t it that getting triggered is sometimes a subject of ridicule from some parts of society - Yet we all get triggered in life.
Profound teacher Dr Gabor Mate say “we shouldn’t be ashamed of it because it’s just an acknowledgement that we’ve suffered pain.”
Dealing with our triggers though is the challenge and it requires a multidimensional approach from the physical, emotional, spiritual and energetic levels.
Ultimately we need to get to know our self - the path to personal mastery.
Dr. Gabor Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics including addiction, stress and childhood development.
One of the most powerful emotional tools to get to know one self is his Compassionate Inquiry.
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Welcome to this 20 minute guided breathwork technique. This morning practice is ideal for anyone looking to build a morning practice at home.
You will leave this session calm, clear and ready to start your day. In this video practice you will be guided in:
Use this gentle morning breath practice to start the day with a clear, calm, and energised mind.
Start your day confidently knowing you were able to dedicate 20 minutes purely to connecting to your breath and body and knowing that you have the power to connect and be productive with your own thoughts and actions.
Guided by: Richard Husseiny
Music by: Stellardrone https://soundcloud.com/kalhiade/stellardrone-tribute-ambient-set
In our attempts to keep evolving with these times, we are looking to bring more practical elements to you.
Today we bring you our second practical session diving into some basics of beginning a breathwork practice.
This is an ideal breathwork technique to reduce anxiety and feel calmer. You can do this technique when you wake in the morning, or at anytime of day when you want to feel calmer.
In this video you will learn:
By practicing breathwork regularly, you will become better and better at regulating your stress response to feel calmer, healthier and more resilient to stress.
For most of us today, disconnecting from our bodies and movement might feel like the only option available to us.
We privilege our thoughts and minds, without being curious about their relationship to the rest of who we are.
Doing this, we end up feeling out of balance with our ourselves, community and our world.
You’ve probably heard the term embodiment thrown around a lot lately. But what does it even mean? Don’t worry because your confusion will end with this video.
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Welcome to this guided energy centre breath meditation. This is a 50 minute deep practice ideal for anyone looking to clear energetic blocks and reconnect to your innate self.
This guided breath practice will enable you to activate your autonomic nervous system so that the energy centres of your body and the energy field around your body become more in balance.
You will be releasing stored energy from within your centres, which can lead to a release of trapped emotion leaving you feeling lighter, revitalised and reconnected with yourself.
By becoming familiar with what each energy centre feels like and learning to balance and harmonise each one, you create a greater state of internal alignment and congruence as well as brain coherence. In this way, and through regular practice, you can unstuck from old patterns of thought, emotion and behaviour that no longer serve you.
The terms being “fit” and being “healthy” are often interchangeably used in the same category, describing an ideal state we should work towards if we value a strong quality of life. However, the terms “fit” and “healthy” are actually two different states of being by definition. Both are important to live an optimal life, where people either embrace, ignore or define to various extents and measurements.
Personally I see many people achieving great measurable levels of fitness and then assume they are healthy as a byproduct. But this is very often not the case. An example of this is where an athlete’s drive can push those who aren’t familiar with principles of physiology, to unintentionally create anxiety patterns and chronic health issues that worsen with training.
I’ve seen all sides of this topic in great detail from coaching Olympic athletes, being personally addicted to training myself and now living a...