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Our resistance to ease and joy

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Our resistance to ease and joy

07 September 2022

The idea that you have resistance to a fulfilling life from joy and ease might seem surprising since you’re probably striving for greater happiness. “I want to be happy!” you might say. “I would LOVE to live in ease where what I want is naturally showing up in my life.”

The odds though, are that you are having experiences of the opposite. More stressful events, the same relationship patterns repeating themselves, feeling like weeks turn into months and years without a change… Maybe you hear yourself thinking “Once this project is over…” or “Could life just give me a break! THIS on top of everything else??”.

Truth is that YOU likely need to give yourself a break. As long as you’re operating from the same belief system and are unconsciously embodying struggle – that’s what you’ll receive more of. Even if life events do keep happening, your relationship to them will be very different if you’ve shifted your own beliefs about struggle. In this episode of the Uncover YOU podcast, I break down why many of us have an unconscious addiction to struggle and walk you through four areas you need to address to shift your resistance to ease and joy at the core. Because chances are that you’re embodying a lot more struggle than your conscious mind wants to admit.

If you’d like support in completely rewiring your system from struggle to ease and flow, come join us in my 8-month program Being Me. You’ll be guided into deep work in shadow integration, nervous system regulation, and the embodiment of a new blueprint so that you can feel trusting towards life and receive more of what you want. We’re starting on September 11 and you can join us here.

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Listen to episode 63, on Our resistance to joy and ease here:

A summary of what I cover in this episode:

  • How resistance to ease and joy can show up
  • The four areas where addiction to struggle is held
    • Your belief system
    • Your unconscious identity
    • Your nervous system
    • Your future-projecting – creating a gap between you and what you want
  • How to address each area to shift the resistance and start receiving
  • The key: ease and trust not being the end goal but a way of life
  • When is struggle a good thing?

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