If you do the exercises, you'll find out more about yourself and how you're feeling about life and the stories you're telling yourself about it. And this shift can occur independent of our circumstances. What we embody becomes our way of being; it influences every part of us. Once you do, you'll be more inspired and more inspiring, you'll build bridges to replace dead ends, and you'll easily arrive at solutions to issues that once overwhelmed you. And most importantly, how do we stop it? This book combines a little bit of a slew of concepts including brain science, law of attraction, coaching, flow, and other common leadership principles focused around abundance versus scarcity.
Since its subjects are so readily yet unwittingly loyal to it, I came to call this blight the Trance of Scarcity. You can follow any responses to this entry through the feed. Our habits and automatic reactions live in our muscles and in our nervous system. And the author has ideas for helping you make the change. Instead of expressing our brilliance and creativity, we show the world only the by-products of oppression, isolation, exclusion, and defeat. Since its subjects are so readily yet unwittingly loyal to it, I came to call this blight The Trance of Scarcity. But while my research may not have been comfortable or brief, it revealed to me an element of our existence, a way of being, that is most often invisible to us.
Instead of experiencing the brilliance and creativity we are aching to offer, the world gets the by-products of actions that oppress, isolate, exclude and defeat. We spend our time lamenting the way things are, justifying all the reasons they can't be different. Before we can decide on a treatment, we must first find the source of the malaise. At the time, I just called it Hell. Otherwise a helpful, useful book. In this inspiring and very personal book, Castle shows that there is life on the other side of the Trance -- a life characterized by vitality, fulfillment, and efficacy. Listen in to hear her wisdom on… 3:00 — The difference between gratitude and politeness 11:00 — What the Trance of Scarcity actually is 16:15 — How the Cycle of Abundance came to be 17:30 — How experiencing abundance can be as easy as breathing 21:00 — Why receiving can be incredibly vulnerable — and what to do about it 25:00 — How to practice fully receiving in bed! What I learned was this simple, but critical, formula: what we believe and what we embody becomes our reality.
Keeping everything for ourselves leaves us lonely and defensive. We catch it like a virus as we move within our cultural and familial surroundings, but then, strangely, we keep it alive for years without realizing how much better we would feel without it. Castle calls this blight the Trance of Scarcity. We spend our time lamenting the way things are, justifying all the reasons they can't be different. The Trance keeps us fearful, and when humans are afraid we revert to survival strategy. And most importantly, how do we stop it? You'll have broken free from the Trance of Scarcity, and your bountiful life will show it clearly to anyone who wants the same. Fortunately, we have access to the very elements that can change our experience regardless of how convincing it all looks — both as individuals and as a planet.
She also offers a refreshingly simple antidote. I used to think that I just had the thermostat set too low, at Relief, and that with a little more practice, I would easily move on up to Bliss. Specific practices are offered in this book that will show you how to embody that flow. There is life on the other side of the Trance----a life characterized by vitality, fulfillment, and efficacy. What we embody becomes our way of being; it influences every part of us. Never an obligation, giving is the exhale that makes room for the next inhale.
It does, however, require tampering a bit with our beliefs and confronting whatever has lived within us as the stone cold truth usually the most disruptive things we can imagine! A little discomfort can end a lifetime of suffering. Lots of great home exercises with the chapters and by consciously changing our breathing pattern as well as accentuating less tension in our shoulders, it professes we will have better outcomes with our own personal goals. She is the author of which addresses our cultural predisposition to lack, struggle and separation, and offers practices to embody greater ease and belonging. Once Albert Einstein was presented with the following scenario: If you had one hour to solve a difficult problem, how would you use the time? The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the the trance of scarcity castle victoria gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging. Great visuals and metaphors helping us to understand immediately how we separate ourselves from our rightful seat in the scheme of life which only we can fill.
And the wiser we are to the wiles of the Trance, the sooner we will create a new and useful story — one that brings a brighter future for all. Foreword Reviews only recommends books that we love. This book will help you break free from the Trance of Scarcity in three ways. In her introduction, Victoria Castle says, In working with thousands of people, I have repeatedly encountered the tragic theme of I am not enough -- not good enough, smart enough, rich enough, young enough, old enough, worthy enough. Our only task is to allow more life to move through the system.
We will then explore what generates your own reality and how you can change it at the most essential level, rather than waste another minute trying to get your circumstances to behave. Fulfilled people----those who have ready access to their greatness and aliveness----are resourceful, generous, resilient, peace-making folk. Having broken free from the Trance of Scarcity, you'll be able to live a life where ease and plenty emanate from you as naturally as your breath. This is a book about living life to the fullest. But it is her own success story that lends this guide to personal growth its greatest air of credibility. But overall this is an important book that represents an important alternative to materialism and consumerism. She founded embright to help influencers and idealists expand their leadership capacity and make a more satisfying and meaningful contribution.