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Uplift My Life Today Podcast – Ep. 20- Buka-bukaan tentang burnout (Indonesian language) – Dian Irawati

Go-getters Indonesia!

 

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Mari bergabung dalam diskusi saya dengan Dian Irawati, buka-bukaan tentang masalah Burnout.

Kenapa ini penting buat kamu? Karena burnout adalah suatu resiko besar buat kamu-kamu yang ambisius dan driven. 

Apa benar begitu?

 

Silakan dengarkan episode podcast yang berbahasa (mainly) Indonesia ini, di mana kamu bisa lebih mengerti lebih dalam lagi apa burnout itu,  berbagai tahapan yang bisa diwaspadai sebelum burnout terjadi, dan bagaimana cari mencegah ataupun keluar dari burnout itu sendiri, kalo sudah terlanjur.

 

 Tamu saya kali ini adalah Dian Irawati, salah satu pendiri BOI Research Services, berbasis di Jakarta.

BOI menyediakan servis market research kepada berbagai perusahaan dan organisasi non-profit di Indonesia. 

 

Dian adalah seorang Go-Getter yang juga advokat untuk topik “Women empowerment”.  Wanita karir yang juga ibu dari 2 anak ini sangat tertarik untuk membahas dan mendalami berbagai topik yang bisa membantu dirinya maupun orang lain dalam membangun diri.

 

 

Kalian bisa subscribe di podcast channel ini, bertemu saya lewat www.upliftmylife.today atau astuti@upliftmylife.today.

 

Selamat mendengarkan!!

Love,

Astuti

 

Set up an appointment here when you’re ready to upgrade your beliefs about who you are. The first 30 minutes coaching is free of charge.

Inputs, questions, feedback or suggestion for topics – write me at astuti@upliftmylife.today. Thanks!

#upliftmylifetoday #risefromburnout #intentionallife #overcominginadequacy #intentionalliving #igniteyou #igniteyourlife 

 

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Music used in this Episode: “On My Way” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).

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Uplift My Life Today Podcast – Ep. 19 – How vulnerability helps us become better leaders – Nena Martinez

“Is there anyone that does not need to navigate uncertainty and risk on a regular basis? To be alive is to be vulnerable; to be a leader is to be vulnerable every minute of the day.  You don’t get to opt out.”

– Dr. Brené Brown

 

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What does a strong leadership entail? What’s your thought on that?

 

So many books and leadership theories answer this from many different angles.

I have a fair share of journey discovering what my definition is on this. I reflected it from both the eyes of one being led and one that leads.

 

For me, beyond managing resources in the wisest way possible to achieve the goals, leadership is essentially about empowerment – helping my team believe that they are powerful as they are, they are more than what they already know about themselves and to help them to trust that.

 

It’s about helping them to bridge their minds and their hearts through the allocated responsibilities they’ve agreed to take on.

I never believe that work is just about doing tasks and earning money. It’s more than that.

 

Work takes more than 35% of our breathing time during our productive years. It’s a missed opportunity when we are not using it to grow our heart and soul, in addition to our bank account and our physical wellbeing.

 

Ultimate strong leadership is always being attest during a time of crisis. It’s like a right of passage. One earns a stripe when s/he passes it.

Don’t get me wrong; there is no manual on how to deal with crisis. Mistakes are bound to happen as we face it. Crisis serves us well to accelerate the process of understanding our business and ourselves better.

 

I realize that team members need to feel safe and welcome to offer that to the team or the company. My role as the team leader is to create this safe space for them to do so. 

Safe place is KEY. It is a place where they feel safe to take risks and expose themselves in an intent to support the greater, knowing that they have no control over the outcome.

It’s a place where they choose trust over doubt, so they can be a part of something so much bigger than they individually are.

 

For 2 years, Google did a study on 180 teams to understand what makes the most successful team. They concluded that these teams shared 5 traits:

  1. Dependability
  2. Structure and clarity
  3. Meaning
  4. Impact
  5. Psychological Safety

Thank you, Google, for validating my experience.

Now that we know all this, where we do we start?

 

It starts with us first.

What can help us feeling safe in ourselves as a team leader and how to create that safety for the people we work with?

Join my discussion with Nena Martinez in this new podcast episode about how vulnerability helps us become better leaders.

This is the 2nd part of our 2 parts episode about vulnerability and how it helps us in our lives.

 

 Nena is the first Latin America’s Certified “Daring Way” Facilitator and Case Consultant as well as a Public Speaker.

She trained with Dr. Brené Brown to help herself and others understand their shame triggers, the power of being vulnerable, and living a compassionate and courageous life.

How can she not be courageous when she is also a wife and a mother of 8-year-old triplets in addition to taking on a role to help others?

 

Based in Monterrey, Mexico, Nena facilitates workshops, consultations, and individual sessions where she explores themes like vulnerability, courage, compassion, shame, values, conscious parenting etc.
 
Both Nena and I feel strongly that sharing reflections in a form of stories is powerful.

Have a great time listening, getting ideas and sharing with others!
 
Love,
Astuti

p.s. The previous episode is about how vulnerability can help us overcome a sense of inadequacy.

 

Timestamp:

00:00     Welcome

03:23     How to use our vulnerability in leading others.

11:33     Examples how integrating vulnerability help us to earn more respect from others.

25:45     Symptoms in our behaviour when we operate from a place of love or fear or shame and what we can do about it.

30:10     How vulnerability and burnout strongly correlates.

33:44     What is boundary and having this helps us free ourselves to be authentic.

38:16     Three things you can take away from this episode to help you to become a good manager and leader.

 

Set up an appointment here when you’re ready to integrate vulnerability into your life. The first 30 minutes coaching is free of charge.

Inputs, questions, feedback or suggestion for topics – write me at astuti@upliftmylife.today. Thanks!

To get in touch with Nena Martinez, connect with her here:
 Facebook and Instagram and LINKEDIN.

#upliftmylifetoday #risefromburnout #intentionallife #overcominginadequacy #intentionalliving #igniteyou #igniteyourlife #livingvulnerability #vulnerability #shame #becomingyou #becomingme #becomingaleader

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Music used in this Episode: “On My Way” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).

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Uplift My Life Today Podcast – Ep. 18 – How vulnerability helps overcoming inadequacy – Nena Martinez

 

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Once a go-getter, always a go-getter.

Is it true? 

I think this can be true. Having said this, there are many different ways to go and get things done, to grow, to expand.

For many Go-getters, however, vulnerability doesn’t feel like an ally in achieving and growing more. We often believe that brainpower and physical strength suffice. 

That was me, many years ago. 

I grew and achieved relying on my logical mind and physical strength – endurance on both for a long period of time.

Vulnerability was something that I was very uncomfortable with. I didn’t know what it was exactly, but something that I perceived to be an energy drainer.

My mind equated vulnerability with feeling emotions then, and feeling my feelings took a lot of energy and time, that I’d rather spend on doing, taking actions, fixing, and solving something.

During this period, I was confused when anyone would tell me something like “Just be… stop doing”. I remember feeling frustrated for not understanding what “just be,” means.

Then, burnout happened.

Fast forward 2 years after the burnout, my physical body was fit that I started the journey to heal the wounds in my subconscious mind that unconsciously led me to burnout.

I realized during this process what vulnerability is. I wouldn’t be able to heal without allowing my heart to open so I could access what I needed to heal, to let go, to be kind to myself, and to forgive. That was quite a journey to do.

More importantly, I realized that the disconnection between my body, my mind and my soul that got my body to crash down at the end of 2008 was due to my fear to allow myself to be vulnerable.

 

This was the starting point of it all for me.

Many things happened, like a domino effect, after I muted the messages coming from my heart and my body to me during the time of peak growth.

If there is anything I can offer to you today is information about what vulnerability is and how it is actually an ally for all of us, Go-Getters, in showing up as who we choose to be, in a way that is healthy and sustainable.

In these 2 new podcast episodes, I’m joined by Nena Martinez to discuss how vulnerability helps us to overcome a sense of inadequacy (episode 18) and to become better leaders (episode 19).

Nena is the first Latin America’s Certified “Daring Way” Facilitator and Case Consultant as well as a Public Speaker.

She trained with Dr. Brené Brown to help herself and others understand their shame triggers, the power of being vulnerable, and living a compassionate and courageous life.

How can she not be courageous when she is also a wife and a mother of 8-year-old triplets in addition to taking on a role to help others!

Based in Monterrey, Mexico, Nena facilitates workshops, consultations, and individual sessions where she explores themes like vulnerability, courage, compassion, shame, values, conscious parenting etc.
 
Both Nena and I believe in the power of story telling. We hope what we share can help you becoming an UPLIFTED Go-getter that you can be. And please, spread this information further

 
Love,
Astuti

p.s. Episode 19 about how vulnerability can help us become better leaders will come out in 10 days time.

 

Time stamp:

00:00    Welcome

03:40    Introduction and getting to know Nena Martinez, Certified Daring Way Facilitator and Case Consultant, and her journey in living her life integrating vulnerability.

10:45    What is vulnerability? What is NOT vulnerability? How to integrate this into our live.

16:45    Is it important to be mindful about who we allow ourselves to feel vulnerable with? How do I know I choose the right person?

26:05    Practically, what is vulnerability?    

36:10    Is it considered vulnerability if we are keeping our own feelings to ourselves, and not to others?

38:00    How to build up our vulnerability’s muscles – some tips.

41:00    How to differentiate a genuine vulnerability and one that keeping others in a victim role. How do I feel the difference?

 

Set up an appointment here when you’re ready to integrate vulnerability into your life. The first 30 minutes coaching is free of charge.

Inputs, questions, feedback or suggestion for topics – write me at astuti@upliftmylife.today. Thanks!

To get in touch with Nena Martinez, connect with her here:
 Facebook and Instagram and LINKEDIN.

 

#upliftmylifetoday #risefromburnout #intentionallife #overcominginadequacy #intentionalliving #igniteyou #igniteyourlife #livingvulnerability #vulnerability #shame #becomingyou #becomingme #becomingaleader

 

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Music used in this Episode: “On My Way” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).

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Uplift My Life Today Podcast – Ep. 17 – Overcoming inadequacy no matter how much you’ve achieved – A perspective by Rachelle Furer

 

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Are these familiar to you right now?

You’re giving everything of yourself, with the best intention, wanting to do well, for your family, for your team, for your employer, for yourself, and yet even after achieving a lot, you still feel…. inadequate or frustrated, or depleted, or deeply dissatisfied?
 
You’re puzzled as to why having a lot of achievements still doesn’t bring you satisfaction, contentment, fulfilment.
 
You’re bewildered because you feel life is so hard to grasp, that often things that should add up, don’t. They just don’t!
 
What can you do to get out of this funk, this weird place to be in, before you get sucked down even further (and the deeper place beneath is called “burnout”, by the way!)?
 
I was there, in that place called “Burnout” at the end of 2008. I didn’t even realise I headed there, until I got there.
 
I remembered having the same questions as above, but never dedicated enough time to answer them. If I would have, I may not get to burnout.
 
To rise back and to never go there again, I searched for context and explanations to make sense of it all. I did a lot including having conversations with people about this thing called life. These deep reflections became a healthy habit that I keep until today.
 
What I found to be useful is to understand where I’m at in relation to many things bigger than me so I can manage my energy and expectation.
 
This podcast episode is my offer to you should you feel you need a perspective.
 
I sat together with Rachelle Furer, my beloved mentor, and we reflected together about the sources of the feeling of inadequacy, why it is easy to feel lost and confused in life these days, and how we can get out of the funk.

I cross-pathed with Rachelle back in 2010 as part my journey to rise back from burnout.  She was my first therapist and she has been in my life ever since in various capacities.
 
Rachelle has spent her life searching for ways to help others move along their paths with greater ease. This exploration has encompassed delving into psychology, philosophy, systemic thinking, spiritual practices, metaphysics, a plethora of alternative therapies along with the more practical and pragmatic pursuit of counselling, coaching, facilitation and teaching.
 
With more than 40 years of professional experience and clients from around the world, she has now semi-retired to Switzerland. Nevertheless, Personal and leadership development remains her passion.
 
Go on, now. Find yourself a comfortable spot on your couch with you cup of tea or coffee, switch off your phone, and breathe as you join us in this conversation!

Happy reflecting!
 
Love,
Astuti

 

Set up an appointment here when you’re ready to let go the procrastination that holds you back from answering key foundational questions for your life. I offer a 30 minute free consultation to support you.

Inputs, questions, feedback or suggestion for topics – write me at astuti@upliftmylife.today. Thanks!

#upliftmylifetoday #risefromburnout #intentionallife #overcominginadequacy #intentionalliving

 

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Music used in this Episode: “On My Way” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).

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Uplift My Life Today Podcast – Ep. 16 – When motherhood, passion and vision merge – Kanak Hirani Nautiyal

 

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It was the morning of November 1st that I sat together with my mentor to have a deep reflective conversation about things that I often took for granted.  One of them is what work truly is about.
 
The question was what experience that we’re all aware or unaware of searching for through work.  

In this discussion, we reached a point where we felt that the reason why work is so important for everyone of us because it’s about us wishing to feel dignified as a human being – to experience DIGNITY, by bringing resources home for ourselves and our loved ones (food, money, water, shelters, education, etc), through expressing who we are and by being recognised as a valuable contributor in this place called life, however small or large our puzzle is. We all want the same thing. Most importantly, we all have the rights to feel this way.
 
Truthfully, this is a deeper level of realisation for me as I didn’t always think of work in this particular way. This understanding speaks so loudly to my soul.
 
And this is what I feel of what Kanak Hirani Nautiyal is doing through Julahas.

Kanak is the founder of Julahas, an Amsterdam-based e-commerce business that bridges weaving artisans communities in Himalayas with women all around the world through sustainable clothing concept with modern designs.
 
Through Julahas, Kanak is also bridging her most important role being a mother and her vision and commitment to keep the artisan communities who are excellent in weaving wools in the Himalayan region to stay alive and thrive.  The beautiful and colourful 100% wool capes being sold are the testaments of this.
 
Julahas is more than just a business for Kanak. It is a container to bring motherhood, passion and vision into one – and through courage, consistent work and learning as well as intense personal growth, Kanak is running and growing a business that uplifts dignities of all of its stakeholders: the artisan communities in the Himalayan region, her business partners, herself, and all of the women who purchase the capes (I’m included!). 
 

Since the recording of this podcast episode, Kanak pledges even more contribution to the environment by planting a tree in rural India on the purchaser’s behalf.
 

This episode is the story of Kanak’s journey: her big vision (beyond what is already manifesting right now), her passion, her learnings, and most importantly how we all can be a part of this journey through Julahas.
As a token of appreciation for your interests in this journey, type in “UPLIFT” as a discount code for 10% off when you purchase a cape.
  

Finally, my wish for you is to feel energised and excited for your own journey as you listen to Kanak’s. You can too.

You’re not alone. You have help when you need it.

I don’t work in the field that Kanak does yet I share her vision and intention. This is why she is in this podcast. We’re moving forward faster and stronger together.

Enjoy this episode and share it with others for the more we support one another, the more empowering all of our journeys become.

 

Remember, we’re never alone.
 
Love,
Astuti

 

This is a tribute to my late mother, Widayati Suwarto, for her love of crafts, traditions and being a businesswoman.
This is for you, Mama and thank you for being a role model for me.

 

Set up an appointment here when you’re ready to let go your conscious and unconscious fears to be the Go-getter that you can be.

Inputs, questions, feedback or suggestion for topics – write me at astuti@upliftmylife.today. Thanks!

#upliftmylifetoday #risefromburnout #intentionallife #consciousfashion #ethicalfashion #julahasfashion #julahas #womenempowerment

 

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Uplift My Life Today Podcast – Ep. 15 – Conscious dating and relationship – Kelly Braendli

 

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Relationship can make or break your life, your business, and your sanity.
When it’s healthy, it propels you into expansion. When it isn’t, it swallows you down. You and many people around you.

 

It is easy to say, “I don’t have the right partner”, but do you actually know why?

 

There is a science behind what makes a relationship healthy and long lasting, and this is something we need to know. With such knowledge, we can understand ourselves better and how we show up in a relationship. With such clarity, it helps us to manage ourselves, to make our unconscious reactions becoming conscious choice.

 

 I’m so excited to have Kelly Braendli joining us in this “Conscious Relationship” episode.

Kelly is a Zurich-based Scientific Relationship and Dating Coach, who is also a certified Matchmaker (graduated from The Matchmaking Institute). Through Kelly Braendli Coaching, she supports individuals and couples around the globe to either rekindle their relationships or to go back into a dating scene after divorce. She believes that despite the anxiety, sadness, loss of hope and relationship struggles, we all can bounce back.

 

In this episode, Kelly is sharing the scientific studies behind healthy, loving, long lasting relationship and what it means for each of us to do prior starting a relationship and during the building up process.

 

She elaborately explains the different type of relationships, how relationship plays a huge role in fulfilling your and your partner’s needs (this is why you need to know them!), the importance to be clear on what the most important life values are for you before starting and investing in a relationship and also your attachment style.

 

Trust me, this episode is loaded with tips and tools. Enjoy it!

Oh, share this episode with whoever would need it. The world is in a better state when a lot more people feeling loved and peaceful in themselves and in their relationships. Thanks a lot!!

 

Love,
Astuti

Inputs, questions, feedback or suggestion for topics – write me at astuti@upliftmylife.today. Thanks!

Interested in speaking with me about beliefs upgrading and subconscious mind reprogramming directly, set it up here.Thanks!

#upliftmylifetoday #risefromburnout #datingafterdivorce #dating #kellybrandlicoaching #consciousdating #consciousrelationship #intentionallife

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Uplift My Life Today Podcast – Ep. 14 – Igniting Self and Others – JB Owen

 

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JB Owen is a powerhouse.
She is.

She is a mother of 3 teenagers, a CEO of 3 businesses (Lotus Liners, IGNITE YOU platform and JBO Global) and a loving wife to her husband, Peter.

She is a woman of action – when she puts her mind to something, she does it and she does it well. 

JB is the woman who gave birth to “Ignite Your Life” – the series of books that bring about real life stories how individuals have their ignite moments (in health, wealth, relationships (including parenting), and personal growth) and decided to follow a different course in their lives – feeling ignited! By now, she has published 5 books in this series: Ignite Your Life for Women (I am a contributing author in it), Ignite Your Female Leadership, Ignite Your Life for Men, Ignite Your Parenting, and Ignite Your Life for Conscious Leader

Beyond all these wonderful achievements and contributions, what I find inspiring the most is her journey in her life. It has been filled with intense ups and downs.
Health problems, closed down her businesses, got a divorce, became a single mum with no support were just a few. 

Through it all, she experienced some “ignite moments” when, against opinions of others, she followed her intuition and went into un-chartered territory. She learnt to trust herself and the Universe. I personally feel this is one of the most important things to master in life and the most difficult too.

The bottom line is JB always chose to show up in her life regardless of all the hurdles that came her way. Moreover, now she is living her mission to support others to ignite their lives. Her power quote is “The most successful people make other people successful”. Sweet and impactful.

I’m excited to have JB in this episode where she is sharing with us the pearls of wisdom she collected from her journey – in being a present parent for her children, in being an awakened loving partner to her husband, in being a conscious leader in her 3 businesses, in helping others igniting their lives and in manifesting her desire in and for life.

Enjoy this lively discussion. May this enrich your journey in creating the life that you love and please share this with others! Thank you!
 
Love,
Astuti

Inputs, questions, feedback or suggestion for topics – write me at astuti@upliftmylife.today. Thanks!

Interested in speaking with me about beliefs upgrading and subconscious mind reprogramming directly, set it up here.Thanks!

 

#upliftmylifetoday #intentionallife #risefromburnout #ignitegoesglobal #igniteyou

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Music used in this Episode: “On My Way” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).

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Uplift My Life Today Podcast – Ep. 13 – Let’s talk about intuition – Sahar Huneidi

Part 1:

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YES! It’s one of my favourite topics and one that I got asked a lot about.

 

My relationship with my intuition was amplified significantly after my father died in 2012. My life was in crisis then and I wanted to be able to connect with my heart (that was grieving so much) to know how to go on in life from then on. 

 

I knew then it was time for me to let go my fears that stopped me from being connected to the voice within me that always knew what would be best for me (I didn’t always like nor trust what I heard from the voice within). I also decided to learn some intuitive skills as a kick off of my journey and until today; I’m still developing my intuitive skills.

 

I’ve made major life decisions following my inner guidance from deep within my heart and, while it has not always been the easiest journey, the choices I’ve made since have allowed me to bring a lot more peace into my life (Peace is what I choose to experience a lot in my life. I choose to become a peaceful person).

 

In this episode, I invited Sahar Huneidi. Sahar is a Dubai-based holistic Personal Development Mentor and Guide who helps people around the world to develop a plan to get back on track with the life that is aligned with their true essence. She does this through her program called #Unbox The Real You.

In our lively conversation, Sahar and I discussed what intuition is, how to cultivate the skills to be connected and live our intuitive guidance with ease and courage. It is filled with enriching tips that you can take with you and apply it immediately (have fun with them!!!)
 

Please share this episode with your friends and family. The more people become more in-tuned with their soul, the easier it is to show up in their lives in peace and with ease.
 
Enjoy this lively discussion!
 
Love,
Astuti

p.s. Sahar is offering a 60 minutes discovery call for you to join her #Unbox The Real You mentoring program. To do so, send her an email at sahar@saharhuneidi.com and write “Uplift My Life Today” in the subject. 

Inputs, questions, feedback or suggestion for topics – write me at astuti@upliftmylife.today. Thanks!

Interested in speaking with me about beliefs upgrading and subconscious mind reprogramming directly, set it up here.Thanks!

 

#upliftmylifetoday #intentionallife #risefromburnout #intuition #igniteyou #unboxtherealyou

 

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Music used in this Episode: “On My Way” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).

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Uplift My Life Today Podcast – Ep. 11 and 12 – The inner journey of Mo Gawdat (Founder of #OneBillionHappy)

Part 1:

Part 2:

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One of Mo Gawdat‘s goals is to help 1 billion people to be happier.
Yes, 1 BILLION people!

He founded One Billion Happy Movement after the success of his Solve for Happy book, which since has been translated into many languages. This is, indeed, his personal moonshot. 

The former Google X Chief of Business Officer refocused his life following the passing of his beloved and wonderful son, Ali, who lived his life with so much peace and happiness. This personal moonshot is Mo’s way to honour Ali’s memory and continue his legacy.

In fact, this is how I got to know Mo in 2015. I was introduced to him by our common friend as he finalized the Solve for Happy book. I became one of the early readers then. Since, we’ve become good friends.

With such a personal moonshot and focused dedication and commitment, I wondered where he is going with his journey, beyond all the goals he has been pursuing. This is what this podcast episode is all about.

As we were about to catch-up a few weeks ago, I asked Mo whether I could have our “usual” chat recorded as a podcast episode and he said yes (I must admit, it felt weird to do so, yet we both were happy we did it).

Join us in this 2 parts relaxed yet deep chat:

  • Part 1 is when Mo reflected on what intentional living means for him and how he’s been living this consistently;
  • Part 2 is when Mo shared his truest and highest intention is for his life, beyond One Billion Happy Movement and all his other goals.

Enjoy this lively discussion. Take whatever you want from it and remember to share it with others!
 
Love,
Astuti

Inputs, questions, feedback or suggestion for topics – write me at astuti@upliftmylife.today. Thanks!

 

#onebillionhappy #intentionalliving #upliftmylifetoday #intentionallife

 

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Music used in this Episode: “On My Way” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).

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Uplift My Life Today Podcast – Ep. 10 – How your birth process still impacts you TODAY – Sharon King

 

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Yes, you’ve read it correctly. Our birth process STILL impacts us TODAY!

 

Knowing what I know now, it all makes sense. Yet, when I found out about it for the first time, I was gobsmacked, to say the least.

 

I got to know this as I went through sub-conscious mind therapies during my journey to rise back from the burn out I experienced at the end of 2008.

 

In getting back to a full life again (with an intention of never to experience a burnout again ever!), I discovered what human’s subconscious mind is and how it has been impacting my life. Most assumptions we have about ourselves, others and life were formed before we turned 7 and they make us respond or react automatically to situations. Repetitive assumptions (beliefs) become hardwired and automatically influence our behaviours.

 

In one of the sessions when I traced back the limited beliefs that triggered the needs for me to over achieve without taking care of myself, I landed in a memory of the time that I was in my mother’s womb! It was SURREAL yet fascinating at the same time.

 

I never thought of that period of my time consciously. Heck, I didn’t even know that I had a consciousness then.  It was mind-blowing!

 

That was not the only time I was taken back there by my subconscious mind. There were a few more times and each time I realised I formed beliefs that still ran my life until the point of healing.

 

I was intrigued and started digging reading materials about consciousness in the prenatal period. In Biology of Beliefs book, Dr. Bruce Lipton, a renowned cell biologist and an expert in Epigenetic suggests that Subconscious mind is a part of our mind that serves as a database of our stored programs primarily derived from the programming a child receives from the time we were in our mothers’ womb up to the first six years of life.

 

I then came across Sharon King, the creator of a subconscious mind healing method called Matrix Birth Reimprinting. After reading her book, Heal your birth, Heal your life, I decided to learn her method to support my clients even deeper in their healing journey. As I did that, I got to read two other books:  The mind of your newborn baby by Dr. David Chamberlain and Being born by Robyn Fernance. Sharon mentioned Joseph Chilton Pearce as her first mentor in understanding the importance of bonding process between mother and babies. You can find his work here.

A whole new world opened up to me!

In this podcast episode, I invited Sharon to share with us why and how our birth process impacts us today (the same is also true for anyone who had been a part of giving birth process) and why it is important to heal the traumas created then for our lives today.

Please share this episode with your friends and family. The more people become aware of this, the better as it has an important piece of information about us. The more we know about ourselves, the easier it is to show up in our lives in peace and with ease.

Enjoy this lively discussion!

Love,
Astuti

 

Reach out to me through astuti@upliftmylife.today when:

  • You’re interested in speaking with me about healing your birth process, reprogramming your beliefs, or getting support to level yourself and your life up;
  • Want to suggest a topic, ask a question, share a feedback.

 

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Copyrights etc.:

Music used in this Episode: “On My Way” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).

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