Last week Nadia explained her views as to why so many people find it challenging to receive. In Today’s episode, Nadia puts her insights into context by sharing something that happened to her three weeks ago. The reason I’m bringing all this up is to illustrate how important it is to be able to receive and…Listen to Episode
Too many incredible and kind nurturers out there tend to pride themselves on giving and find it challenging to receive.
In this episode, Nadia shares her views on why so many deserving souls have missed an essential part of life which is the art of receiving.
Nadia blends her experiences and observations with three laws of nature:
1. You reap what you sow.
2. That you want it or not, everything is constantly changing, and therefore, the only thing you can truly control is your thoughts.
3. What you focus on expands.
A wise thinker once said, “A healthy soul dwells within a healthy mind and a healthy body.” And in this episode, Nadia shares how to untangle our minds from mental exhaustion to give way for our overall well-being, inner peace, and prosperity.
For Nadia, mental exhaustion is the state of mind in constant worry and restlessness without any prospect for resolution. Initially, it seems worrying, but it’s actually a fear in disguise. For this reason, she shares her valuable insight on how to free your minds from the entrapment of fear, worry, and mental distress. According to Nadia, the starting point lies in being aware of how you truly feel about yourself without the pretensions and denial. Deciding to face your deep-seated troubles is one way to help you gradually set your mind free.
Have faith and believe. Nadia firmly believes that you have the power to find the positive within the negative. Remember to be mindful of your thoughts because your thoughts affect your feelings, which affect your actions. And finally, it’s your actions that create your reality and the life you live.Listen to Episode
Nietzsche said, “He who has a why to live can bear almost any how.” Likewise, Nadia believes that knowing your purpose leads to achieving your dream life, keeps your fears at bay, and makes you more resilient. According to Nadia, we all have a purpose, but not everyone gets the chance to tap into it.…Listen to Episode
Viktor Frankl says, “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” In the same manner, Nadia firmly believes that we can turn challenges and problems, like addiction, into opportunities and possibilities.
Nadia defines addiction as an unhealthy habit that takes control of the quality of your life and happiness. That said, she shares how to help us break this cycle of bad habits.
According to Nadia, The first step is awareness or consciously choosing to start a new beginning. The next involves a decision and implementation altogether because thinking alone is insufficient to change your life if there’s no action to follow through.
Nadia reminds us to be mindful of what we choose to do every day because it’s the small steps that ultimately lead to the biggest changes. Finally, As Hellen Keller once said, “Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it.” It may require time and effort to achieve your dream life, but remember that great things take time.Listen to Episode