A difficult time or crisis in our lives is our own soul crying out for us to change and free ourselves from things that are holding us back. What is true success and why does it have nothing to do with outward things and accomplishments? When we meditate, what should we be seeking to get out of it? What are some of the best practices to help us build a better relationship with ourselves?
On this episode, Business & Life Performance Coach and CEO of Performance Expert, Tim Braheem, shares on how to get “unstuck” in our lives.
Success is to be my own best friend and have radical self-acceptance. -Tim Braheem
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Three Things You’ll Learn:
Why there’s two sides to our strengths
When you see a quality in a human being that’s their strength, know that there’s always a dark side to that quality. There’s a positive and negative, and we have to balance that.
The truth about happiness
There’s a misunderstanding the happiness is something outside of yourself. The problem with this is it puts us in a race that doesn’t have a finish line. Eventually you will wear out if you take that approach, and you’ll keep upping the game because when you’re playing that game you’re like a drug addict. Nothing is ever enough. Contentment is about loving who we are and knowing thyself well enough to know the things that bring you joy.
What you should be seeking with meditation
Slowing down your mind is not the true goal of meditation, that might be an effect of it, but it’s not. The word meditation translated is to know thyself. All meditation is is taking the time to observe your mind in action, it’s not to stop the brain. It’s about becoming familiar with the thoughts that are running through your mind all day long.
Everything in your life goes back to the relationship you have with yourself, and this will influence the way you see and interact with the world. All of our behaviors and negative sides to our personalities are rooted in a misunderstanding around the beliefs of who we are and the tapes we run in our head. What creates your vibrational frequency is what is going on inside of you, your relationship with yourself, your experiences, your beliefs and how you’re holding onto what has happened to you. In order to shatter the illusions that exist within our thoughts, we have to learn to observe our minds through meditation.
Tim is a Business & Life Performance Coach and Speaker. He is the CEO and head coach at Performing Experts. He founded, built and sold two companies, First Rate Financial and Loantoolbox.com. Go to https://www.performance-experts.com/ for more information and to get in touch with him, email email@example.com.