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Living Deliberately Together

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Learn how to get unSTUCK, get CLEAR, and live your life deliberately with Shira Gura's ground-breaking tools, "The unSTUCK Method" and "The CLEAR Way," that promote your emotional health and well-being.

Latest Episodes

On creating emotions

When you feel stuck, you get stuck on a particular emotion. The question is, is it possible to feel better when you are deeply attached to a difficult emotion? The answer is "yes." Tune in to this week's podcast episode to learn more about creating the emotions you want to feel. www.shiragura.com

21 MIN19 h ago
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On creating emotions

On radical acceptance

We get stuck when something happens that we didn't expect. In a state of shock or surprise, we get stuck on what we believe should have happened instead of what actually did. Yet, if we can practice releasing our expectations (or fully accepting the opposite of what we wish will happen), we can reduce the chance of getting stuck in the first place. In this episode, I share with you an excerpt from my book, The CLEAR Way, which will be published on Tuesday, August 25th, 2020.

27 MIN1 w ago
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On radical acceptance

On becoming someone you are not

Let's say you want to become more confident. Or more loving. Or more patient. Or more satisfied. How do you do that, when naturally, you are anything but those things? Tune into today's podcast episode to learn more and see how you can apply these teachings to your life!

18 MIN2 w ago
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On becoming someone you are not

168 Sharing a Common Language

Have you ever had the experience of feeling misunderstood? They say sharing a common language with others is key for having clear communication. However, my experience has shown me that even when I communicate in a shared language with someone else, it doesn't always lead to such clarity. However, communicating in the language used in the world of "Living Deliberately" does! Tune in to hear such success stories. www.shiragura.com

22 MIN3 w ago
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168 Sharing a Common Language

On Being Future Oriented

Which would you say is more accurate in your life: That life is happening to you or that you are creating the life you want to be living? Living Deliberately is about looking into the future and deciding ahead of time what you want your future to look like and then living in alignment according to that clear view, no matter how life unfolds. Tune in to this podcast episode to learn more about what it means to be future oriented.

21 MINJUL 7
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On Being Future Oriented

On self-trust

Have you ever been in a place where you need to make a decision, but instead you find yourself saying: "I don't know what to do." "I don't know what to decide." "I'm afraid." Lacking self-trust of your decisions can hold you back from living the life you want to live. Tune in to this week's Living Deliberately Together podcast episode to learn what you can do in your life to create more confidence with the decisions you want to make. Get the Blueprint: www.shiragura.com

34 MINJUN 30
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On self-trust

On rejection

Getting rejected is a difficult thing. It can hurt you emotionally and it can hold you back. But, does it need to? Is there a way to live deliberately with (and despite of) rejection? Tune in to this episode of the Living Deliberately podcast to hear some places I recently got rejected and what I chose to do them, and what you can too! Don't forget to check out The Living Deliberately Blueprint! www.shiragura.com

31 MINJUN 22
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On rejection

On your greater goal

While there may be more than one area of your life you would like to see a change, attempting to create too many changes at the same time may prove to be futile. Therefore, rather than trying to tackle everything at once, consider creating a long-term "greater goal." Having a "greater goal" will help you feel more focused as you effectively and efficiently journey forward towards creating the life you want and creating the life you want to live.

18 MINJUN 16
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On your greater goal

On Respect

"Respect" was the focus of discussion in this month's "Living Deliberately Together" on-line gathering. I prompted those in attendance to reflect upon where respect shows up (or doesn't show up) in their lives, what respect looks like, and where they want to see more of it in the world. Tune in to this week's podcast episode to hear more about that conversation and the interesting unexpected twist that came from it.

19 MINJUN 9
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On Respect

On Taking 100% Responsibility for Your Life

When things are not going right in your life, it is far easier to blame others, than it is to take 100% responsibility for what's going on and how you are feeling. Yet, blaming doesn't help your situation. It will only keep you stuck. Tune into this week's episode where I share a few of my "stuck on blame" stories and what I did to get unSTUCK and get CLEAR so that I can continue living my life deliberately.

21 MINJUN 1
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On Taking 100% Responsibility for Your Life

Latest Episodes

On creating emotions

When you feel stuck, you get stuck on a particular emotion. The question is, is it possible to feel better when you are deeply attached to a difficult emotion? The answer is "yes." Tune in to this week's podcast episode to learn more about creating the emotions you want to feel. www.shiragura.com

21 MIN19 h ago
Comments
On creating emotions

On radical acceptance

We get stuck when something happens that we didn't expect. In a state of shock or surprise, we get stuck on what we believe should have happened instead of what actually did. Yet, if we can practice releasing our expectations (or fully accepting the opposite of what we wish will happen), we can reduce the chance of getting stuck in the first place. In this episode, I share with you an excerpt from my book, The CLEAR Way, which will be published on Tuesday, August 25th, 2020.

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
On radical acceptance

On becoming someone you are not

Let's say you want to become more confident. Or more loving. Or more patient. Or more satisfied. How do you do that, when naturally, you are anything but those things? Tune into today's podcast episode to learn more and see how you can apply these teachings to your life!

18 MIN2 w ago
Comments
On becoming someone you are not

168 Sharing a Common Language

Have you ever had the experience of feeling misunderstood? They say sharing a common language with others is key for having clear communication. However, my experience has shown me that even when I communicate in a shared language with someone else, it doesn't always lead to such clarity. However, communicating in the language used in the world of "Living Deliberately" does! Tune in to hear such success stories. www.shiragura.com

22 MIN3 w ago
Comments
168 Sharing a Common Language

On Being Future Oriented

Which would you say is more accurate in your life: That life is happening to you or that you are creating the life you want to be living? Living Deliberately is about looking into the future and deciding ahead of time what you want your future to look like and then living in alignment according to that clear view, no matter how life unfolds. Tune in to this podcast episode to learn more about what it means to be future oriented.

21 MINJUL 7
Comments
On Being Future Oriented

On self-trust

Have you ever been in a place where you need to make a decision, but instead you find yourself saying: "I don't know what to do." "I don't know what to decide." "I'm afraid." Lacking self-trust of your decisions can hold you back from living the life you want to live. Tune in to this week's Living Deliberately Together podcast episode to learn what you can do in your life to create more confidence with the decisions you want to make. Get the Blueprint: www.shiragura.com

34 MINJUN 30
Comments
On self-trust

On rejection

Getting rejected is a difficult thing. It can hurt you emotionally and it can hold you back. But, does it need to? Is there a way to live deliberately with (and despite of) rejection? Tune in to this episode of the Living Deliberately podcast to hear some places I recently got rejected and what I chose to do them, and what you can too! Don't forget to check out The Living Deliberately Blueprint! www.shiragura.com

31 MINJUN 22
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On rejection

On your greater goal

While there may be more than one area of your life you would like to see a change, attempting to create too many changes at the same time may prove to be futile. Therefore, rather than trying to tackle everything at once, consider creating a long-term "greater goal." Having a "greater goal" will help you feel more focused as you effectively and efficiently journey forward towards creating the life you want and creating the life you want to live.

18 MINJUN 16
Comments
On your greater goal

On Respect

"Respect" was the focus of discussion in this month's "Living Deliberately Together" on-line gathering. I prompted those in attendance to reflect upon where respect shows up (or doesn't show up) in their lives, what respect looks like, and where they want to see more of it in the world. Tune in to this week's podcast episode to hear more about that conversation and the interesting unexpected twist that came from it.

19 MINJUN 9
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On Respect

On Taking 100% Responsibility for Your Life

When things are not going right in your life, it is far easier to blame others, than it is to take 100% responsibility for what's going on and how you are feeling. Yet, blaming doesn't help your situation. It will only keep you stuck. Tune into this week's episode where I share a few of my "stuck on blame" stories and what I did to get unSTUCK and get CLEAR so that I can continue living my life deliberately.

21 MINJUN 1
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On Taking 100% Responsibility for Your Life

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