Released 7th March 2019 Subscribe: Spotify | iTunes | Stitcher
In this episode of the Get Clarity podcast, you’re going to be hearing a conversation I had with a good friend and colleague, Clarity Coach Christine Mitchell. Christine works with people who arrive with a variety of challenges and objectives, particularly around anxiety, stress and OCD. And one of the interesting things about Christine is she’s working more and more with nurses and first-responders.
And here’s one of the reasons I’m really excited to be sharing this conversation with you. As you may already know, at our company, we’re passionate about what we call subtractive psychology: the only thing you can learn that takes things off your mind automatically and uncovers your true potential.
It works on the basis that human psychology functions perfectly; that every person is born with innate resilience, clarity, natural motivation, the capacity to enjoy life, and navigate its ups and downs with ease.
So what does that actually mean, in rough going?
What it means is that there’s something very simple a person can discover for themselves that makes the difference between stress and freedom, between a lifetime of mental health challenges, and complete recovery.
And in this interview, you’re going to hear about an extraordinary example of how that happened for Christine and her family.
You see, when you discover the truth about how your mind works and who you really are, it sets you free.
And once you know the truth about this, your very *presence* can set others free.
Christine saw the truth of this so clearly that those around her saw it too. Two of her closest family members recovered spontaneously from lifelong depression and OCD after a single conversation.
Here she shares in her own words what she realised, how she shared it with her loved ones, and the dramatic difference it made to them. She also talks about the differences it’s making with her other clients.
Christine didn’t have years of training or the so-called “right way” of talking about it, she had two things: certainty and the willingness to share what she’d seen so far, that:
– Clarity, resilience & wellbeing are pre-existing capacities rather than things to be achieved
– People aren’t broken and they don’t need fixing
And this episode was first aired back in 2017, but I’m re-publishing it because I want it to be heard by so many people who missed it the first time around. So sit back, relax and prepare to discover just what a difference it’s possible to make when you’re sharing what you’ve seen for yourself.
If you’d like to contact Christine to find out more about her coaching services, you can reach her on her Facebook page here
To view the original video that this podcast was taken from on Youtube click here