I'm so excited to show you the spirit of the Present Awakener (Howard Palmer). His energy is a beautiful balance of passion and peace. I've never spoken to someone who can juggle them in the way he did. I guess his story will tell you why he's become the Only Black Cosmonaut.
Those of you who have purchased and read Break Through Fear (my first book!<3) have read that it's important to allow yourself to grow. Howard has had so many life experiences that would've shut others down, but he has transformed himself through mastering breathing, committing, and thinking.
Favorite Takeaways From This Episode:
Identity is really self-created: Howard had so many life-altering moments early on in his life, and most use that as a crutch. However, Howard has really owned his past in a way that has produced a much more mindful, centered person.
Stop thinking about things that don't empower you. One of Howard's post said "we spent a lot of time thinking about what we're hiding." That hit differently and made me reflect on how worry can be worship.
Consistency over intensity. Consistency is difficult sometimes, but intensity is ALWAYS difficult. Healthy patterns produce a better life than sporadic moments of intensity.
Live for you: no comparisons, no judgments, etc. Whatever you do should be all about you. In that way, you lead by example.
What did you think?
How did you like this Colorado/Texas collaboration? I came away with so much respect for my new friend Simon. He already showed a lot of his character by volunteering to help me so much, but hearing his story really showed me how much of a conqueror he is in life. So much can happen when you #BreakThroughFear.
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