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Episode 28 – Is It The End of the World? Trusting Your Intuition in Relationships! Building Better Relationships at Home and Work with Angela and Patti (Podcast)

In today’s episode, Angela and Patti will discuss trusting your intuition and using it in your everyday life, whether at home or work.

To listen to Episode 28 – Is It The End of the World? Trusting Your Intuition in Relationship!

With all the talk going around about the world ending and let’s forget 2020. Angela and Patti thought this would be an excellent topic to discuss. By using your intuition to discern fiction from the truth. There is so much false information and fear flying around. Yes, some are valid, but what is real and what is wrong?

Bob Proctor Youtube video says – Intuition is God’s way of talking to us each day.  It is through your intuition that you pick up vibrations.  Every question has an answer.  It is the intuitive mind that will pick that up.  

Another point of view is that intuition is your soul talking to you.  An inner-knowing.

What are signs of having good intuition?

❤️ You’re an empath, you can quickly pick up on other people’s emotions.

❤️ You’re a good judge of character.

❤️ You’re a deep thinker, you have vivid meaningful dreams and epiphanies

❤️ You’re open minded, you listen to your heart, and do what is right for you.

Why is intuition helpful?

It is a gut instinct or feeling and the understanding of something; not overthinking it or getting another opinion is just knowing. It’s helpful when you trust your intuition and yourself; you avoid bad situations or relationships.

What are some good daily practices to connect to your intuition?

Patti watched a short Youtube video from Psych2Go and here are some tips.

According to Google Dictionary – Intuition is the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning.  A gut-feeling about something or someone.

  1. Listen to your inner voice
  2. Meditate
  3. Be creative
  4. Follow your heart and dreams.  Pay attention to your dreams.
  5. Spend time alone and allow yourself to day dream
  6. Pay attention to your environment and others around you
  7. Don’t over work yourself
  8. Don’t attach yourself to negative situations, feelings or emotions.  
  9. Creating peace and balance helps you strengthen your intuition.
  10. We added – Dance with Angela in a online movement.  

(Angela) – If you feel it’s the end of the world.

  1. What are you worried about and why?
  2. What in your life needs extra care?
  3. What is a priority for you?
  4. What part of your life is ending?
  5. Who in your life is important, and why?
  6. What do you want to share with them?
  7. If your life was to end tomorrow, what do you want to leave behind?

These are the sort of questions that will help you see what your fear is getting you to pay attention to and know what you need to manage and what is important. 

(Angela) – I know fear never made my relationship with myself easy, but by asking these questions, I got to see the fear as an ally to get me to pay attention to what my intuition was prodding me to pay attention too.

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Episode 27 – What! Why Sensitivity Training and Coaching? – Building Better Relationships at Home and Work with Angela and Patti (Podcast)

In this episode, Angela and Patti discuss sensitivity towards others in the workplace and daily personal life.

Take a listen to this podcast by clicking on the link: Episode 27 – What! Why Sensitivity Training and Coaching?

How did this topic come about?

We were talking about a blog post Patti wrote called “What! Sensitivity Training?” 

(Patti) The idea came from watching the movie “Sensitivity Training”.  It caught my eye because it was about a life/business coach and her reluctant client.

Questions for the Listeners:

  • Do you want an insensitive society?
  • Are you happy being complacent when people are being ignored, hurt or treated badly?

(Angela) Gentle movement has shown me that softness allows the compassionate part of us to expand, and that compassion is mostly (if not always) more often with yourself, after compassion with yourself, comes discovery, awe and other awarenesses about the gift of your body, the gift of life, the gift of breathing, the beauty of so much if you want to know more check out https://dancewithangelahealing.as.me/ and sign up for the newsletter; https://bit.ly/3fI6EpQ

(Patti)

Reflect – Does it need to be said?

Will they listen to the feedback and take it to heart or will it cause more conflict and damage to the relationship? 

Do I need to end this relationship for my mental health? 

Sometimes you can’t totally end the relationship, but you can distance yourself and put up boundaries. I try to remember each person we interact with may be faced with some hard life challenges that are not discussed, and some are hurting so deeply with emotional wounds that have not been addressed and healed.

There are times throughout our lives and careers; we may say something offensive to someone and not even realize it. It was unintentional; however, we learn from those mistakes and continue to grow as a person, coworker, parent, child, sibling, spouse, manager, supervisor, and leader. Apologize when you should. Take time to listen, observe, and be open to other people’s points of view. Be coachable. Take personal development courses and read books.  Hire a coach to help you get through any challenges you are facing.  Learn from your daily interactions and reflect on how to do better next time around.

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Episode 26 – Choose Cultural Awareness instead of Racism! – Building Better Relationships at Home and Work with Angela and Patti (Podcast)

In this podcast Episode 26 – Choose Cultural Awareness instead of Racism! Angela and Patti’s goal is always to discuss building better relationships, whether at home, work, and within the world we live in. 

How did we decide to discuss this particular topic?

Angela used to live in the USA. She’s in Australia now, where she grew up and connected with Patti for a while doing these podcasts. We were sharing our thoughts and feelings about the division between people in the USA and somewhat worldwide.

To listen to the full podcast click on the link – Episode 26 – Choose Cultural Awareness instead of Racism!

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Sweet Home Carolina – The Story of a Woman Who Had Burnout and Then Found Joy!

This month’s topic theme is going to be about burnout. Has it ever happened to you? It is not fun, but it is becoming more common for people in management positions and high demanding careers.

I came across this movie, “Sweet Home Carolina,” on Tubi. It starts with Diane sitting in her office, not answering her office phone, and hyperventilating into a brown bag.

Burnout is what happens when the soul whispering against an unhealthy job or relationship. – Dr. Dina Glouberman

Diane is an Advertising Executive, and her personal life is a mess. She works long hours and has a habit of picking up her youngest child late from school. Her oldest teenage daughter is angry with her over the divorce of her parents and blames Diane. Diane is receiving collection notices in the mail. She is a train wreck ready to happen. Family dinners consist of frozen lasagna and Diane drinking a few glasses of wine before going to bed.

Don’t get so busy making a living, that you forget to make a life. – Dolly Parton

When Diane thought her life couldn’t get any worst. Her boss called her into his office and gave away her biggest client to a coworker. Then told her she needed to take some time off (permanently). A life preserver happened; her Aunt, who recently passed away, left her a house in a small town in South Carolina. The stipulations were taking care of her Aunt’s dog and living in the house for a year. She subleased her home in Los Angeles, and she and her daughters moved.

Don’t accept burnout as the price or definition of success. – Jon Acuff

The demanding career, the big house, and a fancy car is not everything. What makes true happiness? In Diane’s case, she realized that most important to her was a loving, respectful relationship with her daughters, a good man who loved her deeply, and a small town of caring people.

Sometimes we choose a career because of the large paycheck and later realize the job has cost us more than we bargained. No social life, no friends, damaged love life, estranged family, health problems, a lack of purpose, and what happened to my enthusiasm and happiness?

Think about your life. Is this the way I want my story to end?  

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