Eliyahu Jian was my very first Kabbalah teacher. He’s been teaching for nearly three decades, and has developed an uncanny ability to simplify esoteric wisdom. In addition to being a spiritual teacher, he’s a coach, speaker, and founder of the nonprofit Vital Transformation. The mind is split into two parts: the positive and the negative. Whatever you feed grows stronger, and it takes a lifetime of work to ensure that negative thoughts don’t take over. You need to act on positive thoughts or they will eventually become rotten. This is just one of many gems of wisdom from Kabbalah that can transform your life.
Have you ever felt that you’re unloveable or not good enough? We develop coping mechanisms to deal with these feelings. There are four types of limiting stories that we all tell ourselves If you’re ready to shed the stories that hold you back, you’ve come to the right place. Pamela Bruner is joining me to give you the tools to move beyond these stories and dismantle your coping mechanisms.
My guest today is Jay Fiset. Jay is the founder of Mastermind to Millions and author of the bestselling book Reframe Your Blame, which he’ll give listeners for free in this episode! Many of us go through life feeling like we’re victims of circumstance and have no control over our world. This feeling of victimization is as natural as breathing, but that doesn’t mean it’s a positive force in our lives. Instead, living a fulfilled life comes from a place of accountability and responsibility. Jay and I go into depth about reframing your blame, the importance of accountability, why it’s so vital to surround yourself with the right people, and how to do so.