Host: Drew Canole
Do you feel lost in your daily life or, like you are losing energy?
In this episode, Drew walks through tools, tips, and strategies to build up your momentum and energy. This is a process that will connect you to the deeper version of yourself and your soul.
The first step Drew shares is all about recognizing the energy you are experiencing at the moment and allowing it to be present. From here, you can use this feeling as a travel guide for where to go next and how to shift this sensation energetically.
It is time to no longer view the world through the lens of lack! Just like driving a car, where you spend your time looking and thinking is where you will head. Drew shares steps on how to move your thoughts and perspective to view the world through a clearer lens. The final tip for insight may be the hardest to embody, especially if you are anything like Drew. But, this action can be the biggest opportunity for change. Listen in the learn more!
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“What is the sorrow here to teach me like a lover that you left behind in the past? And now it’s here to show its face again, this beautiful face of sorrow pain.” (3:27)
“We’re taking a break from the avatar like the avatar has lost itself in the personality or the EDD and we’ve, we’re, we’re more me expressed versus soul expressed versus we expression.” (05:29)
“Realized that feeling lost helps you face the truth.” (6:26)
“If we’re feeling lost, then we’re looking through the lens of lack. We’re looking through the lens of maybe it’s scarcity. We’re looking through the lens of the right opportunity. Hasn’t come into my life. We’re looking through the lens of maybe this person that I work for.” (09:27)
“How are you thinking on a daily basis about what you actually want to create? When’s the last time you spent 30 minutes thinking about what you wanted to create.
People are sloppy with their thoughts. They’re watching Netflix for four hours a night.
The Secret of the Ages by Robert Collier
No Man Is An Island by Thomas Merton
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