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Awareness and Consciousness

Gary van Warmerdam

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Awareness and Consciousness

Awareness and Consciousness

Gary van Warmerdam

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40
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#60 Emotional Wounds and Relationship Baggage

Emotional wounds show up as our "baggage" in relationships. They are our unhealed emotions and beliefs from past experiences. Physical wounds can be seen but emotional wounds are experienced as emotional reactions, negative thoughts, and sabotaging behaviors. They can't be healed by our rational mind telling us how "we should have gotten over this by now", or that we are "over-reacting". These judgmental thoughts only add a painful layer of rejection and keep the underlying emotion unhealed. You will often find your negative core beliefs connected to your emotional wounds.

-1 s10 h ago
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#60 Emotional Wounds and Relationship Baggage

#59 Self Mastery Interview with Eva

Interview with Eva, a Self Mastery Course subscriber who worked her way out of panic attacks, anxiety, depression, and career burnout to build a completely different life. Letting go of fears and eventually feeling joy and love was a surprise change, until it became the new normal.

-1 s2019 NOV 12
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#59 Self Mastery Interview with Eva

#58: How to Relax

This podcast will guide you through a breathing practice using specific techniques to relax your nervous system and brain. There are reasons that breathing techniques can help you relax. Breathing. When done properly it bypasses your intellect and directs your nervous system to switch off the tension and hyper-vigilance. This is something that you can’t do by thinking better thoughts or trying to be positive.

-1 s2019 NOV 5
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#58: How to Relax

#57: Critical voice in your head

The critical voice in your head telling you whether you are succeeding or failing at things is actually pretty stupid. It sounds smart, acts confident, and pretends to be an expert.However, it hasn't actually done any of the things it is criticizing you about.

25 MIN2018 NOV 7
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#57: Critical voice in your head

#56: Social anxiety from unconscious beliefs

A man shares what he discovers as the source of his social anxiety thatbegan when he was in 3rd grade. In this podcast I describe a process to dig into the layers of your unconscious beliefs, and release the emotional beliefs trapped there.

-1 s2018 AUG 24
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#56: Social anxiety from unconscious beliefs

#55: Origin of ego and false beliefs of identity

What are the false beliefs that form our Ego? Where do our false beliefs come from? When did we begin to get these false beliefs o our identity and lose touch with our authentic self?

24 MIN2016 NOV 12
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#55: Origin of ego and false beliefs of identity

#54: How do you recognize the truth?

From a consciousness perspective, even statements that are factual are still not the Truth. Words are what we use to describe a thing, or facts. But words are not the thing itself.

14 MIN2016 NOV 7
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#54: How do you recognize the truth?

#53: Why lie to your self?

Lying to your self can cause a response in the reasoning part of your brain that makes you feel good. Sometimes people confuse this good feeling with being right, or feeling that they have just agreed with an explanation that is truthful.

32 MIN2016 OCT 31
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#53: Why lie to your self?

#52: Self loathing

Self loathing is a strong hatred towards oneself. You will also find with it a lot of internal thoughts of criticism and self judgment. Underneath that there will be a layer of beliefs relating to worthlessness.

44 MIN2016 AUG 3
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#52: Self loathing

#51: Unconscious beliefs

Unconscious beliefs are agreements we have in our mind that we have no awareness we are holding. In spite of not having any intellectual knowledge of our own beliefs, they can still cause us to have emotional reactions and sabotaging behaviors.

24 MIN2016 JUL 20
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#51: Unconscious beliefs

Latest Episodes

#60 Emotional Wounds and Relationship Baggage

Emotional wounds show up as our "baggage" in relationships. They are our unhealed emotions and beliefs from past experiences. Physical wounds can be seen but emotional wounds are experienced as emotional reactions, negative thoughts, and sabotaging behaviors. They can't be healed by our rational mind telling us how "we should have gotten over this by now", or that we are "over-reacting". These judgmental thoughts only add a painful layer of rejection and keep the underlying emotion unhealed. You will often find your negative core beliefs connected to your emotional wounds.

-1 s10 h ago
Comments
#60 Emotional Wounds and Relationship Baggage

#59 Self Mastery Interview with Eva

Interview with Eva, a Self Mastery Course subscriber who worked her way out of panic attacks, anxiety, depression, and career burnout to build a completely different life. Letting go of fears and eventually feeling joy and love was a surprise change, until it became the new normal.

-1 s2019 NOV 12
Comments
#59 Self Mastery Interview with Eva

#58: How to Relax

This podcast will guide you through a breathing practice using specific techniques to relax your nervous system and brain. There are reasons that breathing techniques can help you relax. Breathing. When done properly it bypasses your intellect and directs your nervous system to switch off the tension and hyper-vigilance. This is something that you can’t do by thinking better thoughts or trying to be positive.

-1 s2019 NOV 5
Comments
#58: How to Relax

#57: Critical voice in your head

The critical voice in your head telling you whether you are succeeding or failing at things is actually pretty stupid. It sounds smart, acts confident, and pretends to be an expert.However, it hasn't actually done any of the things it is criticizing you about.

25 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
#57: Critical voice in your head

#56: Social anxiety from unconscious beliefs

A man shares what he discovers as the source of his social anxiety thatbegan when he was in 3rd grade. In this podcast I describe a process to dig into the layers of your unconscious beliefs, and release the emotional beliefs trapped there.

-1 s2018 AUG 24
Comments
#56: Social anxiety from unconscious beliefs

#55: Origin of ego and false beliefs of identity

What are the false beliefs that form our Ego? Where do our false beliefs come from? When did we begin to get these false beliefs o our identity and lose touch with our authentic self?

24 MIN2016 NOV 12
Comments
#55: Origin of ego and false beliefs of identity

#54: How do you recognize the truth?

From a consciousness perspective, even statements that are factual are still not the Truth. Words are what we use to describe a thing, or facts. But words are not the thing itself.

14 MIN2016 NOV 7
Comments
#54: How do you recognize the truth?

#53: Why lie to your self?

Lying to your self can cause a response in the reasoning part of your brain that makes you feel good. Sometimes people confuse this good feeling with being right, or feeling that they have just agreed with an explanation that is truthful.

32 MIN2016 OCT 31
Comments
#53: Why lie to your self?

#52: Self loathing

Self loathing is a strong hatred towards oneself. You will also find with it a lot of internal thoughts of criticism and self judgment. Underneath that there will be a layer of beliefs relating to worthlessness.

44 MIN2016 AUG 3
Comments
#52: Self loathing

#51: Unconscious beliefs

Unconscious beliefs are agreements we have in our mind that we have no awareness we are holding. In spite of not having any intellectual knowledge of our own beliefs, they can still cause us to have emotional reactions and sabotaging behaviors.

24 MIN2016 JUL 20
Comments
#51: Unconscious beliefs
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