In this podcast, George & Rachel discuss what it is like to live with a light heart and how this can play out in our lives.
[01:20] On having a light heart
[03:48] A sign of insecurity within one's self
[04:48] Giving yourself permission to enjoy life
[08:33] Feeling the burden and anxiety within ourselves
[11:24] Having a superiority complex
[11:44] How we can be thoughtful and light-hearted?
[14:39] The playing out of an upset versus a light-hearted person
[20:30] Heavy heart vs light heart
[23:37] Examples of golden nuggets
What views do you hold about money? In this podcast we listen to George detail how we can make more money and why we should have a healthy relationship with our bank account.
[04:48] Understanding money by principle
[08:28] Money as frozen energy
[13:02] Why relationships with people are precious
[16:47] How we can create more money and not overspend
[17:27] Our status quo view on money
[19:57] The key to making more money
[24:05] Every action has an equal and opposite reaction
How do you know if you're addicted to drama? Listen to George & Rachel discuss this topic in this latest conversation.
[02:46] What drama can represent
[03:18] How do we get addicted to drama?
[08:12] What are you going to do if you are addicted to drama?
[11:29] Learning and conditioning our behavior
[12:43] Being lonely vs having drama
[13:13] The issues with attracting drama and creating drama in our lives
[16:24] The message on this topic, "Addicted to drama"
Is there a silver lining when it comes to our regrets? In this podcast George & Rachel discuss this idea and some of their own regrets.
[01:16] Discussing having regrets
[03:21] One of George's regrets
[08:43] What we can get out of our epic mistakes
[09:38] Making the same mistakes over and over again (resulting to consequences)
[14:24] The blog George wrote called "Our Depression"
[18:10] What dissolves regret
[18:44] How to build genuine empathy with people
[21:15] Acknowledging your regrets
In this podcast George and Rachel discuss the differences between these two ideas and the benefits of healthy expectations.
[00:46] Having expectations vs not having any expectation
[03:30] Being motivated without being hard on ourselves
[08:47] The need for our own level of acceptance
[11:08] Having the responsibility to set high expectations
[19:13] Addressing issues instead of being intolerant
[23:51] Compassion, tolerance, and patience
[29:51] The benefits of healthy expectations