Wed, 24 June 2015
Do you ever feel trapped by the situation you are in or by what someone has done to you? We create false limits for ourselves based on our circumstances. Guest Sonia Johnson, the founder of Box Me Mommy shares her powerful story of creating a beautiful life and business, despite growing up in an abusive family.
Your ability to create the life you want is not dependent on your income, family, or back story. Your happiness and success is inextricably tied to the way YOU see yourself and your life so far.
This means you have way more power than you are using. In this episode, learn how to let go of blame and anger at what happened to you and see yourself as MORE than your circumstances.
Sonia grew up with a drug addicted father, an abusive mother, an even more abusive step father, gangs and violence. But through it all, Sonia kept her vision for her life clear.
She always saw herself as more than her family or the abuse. No matter what happened, she kept believing she could create what she wanted and be more.
Now living a very successful life, Sonia shares her journey and teaches us the lessons that kept her moving forward. This is a powerful interview that you don’t want to miss!
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Wed, 10 June 2015
We all have that critical voice in our heads that makes us feel guilty and ashamed. “You’re a bad parent because…” or “why didn’t you work harder and get more done?” You can’t get rid of it, but you can change the way you relate with it and seize its power over your day-to-day experience.
Host Lauren Fire takes you on a journey that will de-throne your judgmental voice and give you back the power to feel more confident, peaceful, and capable in your life. Learn a process you can start using immediately to give the middle finger to your inner judge.
“At some point, you will just stop caring what your inner judge thinks of you.” – Lauren Fire
Self-criticism is one of the worst ways to motivate yourself. Although it feels like it’s working, inner judgment, shame, and guilt rob you of self-esteem and can spin you into depression and anxiety.
The more you engage with your inner judge by fighting with it or complying, the more powerful it will become. Numbing it out with alcohol, food or TV doesn’t work either.
How do we free ourselves?
We must learn to disengage from the judge. In this Podcast you will learn what the inner judge is and where it came from. You will understand how you’ve been engaging with the judge without realizing it, giving it more power. Then you will learn how to change the way you relate to the judge once and for all. Put it in the corner and turn down it’s volume.
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