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Understanding the Emotional Landscape of Personal Transformation Apr 22, 2024

Emotions are powerful drivers of behavior and crucial elements of our identity. They can propel us forward or hold us back, often operating just beneath the surface of our conscious awareness. In this article, we explore how certain emotions, particularly those rooted in fear and self-doubt,...

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How the Rule of Emotional Agility Can Create a Fundamental Shift Nov 01, 2023

Do you ever feel like you're walking a tightrope between preserving your emotional well-being and pushing for self-growth? You're not alone in this struggle. I understand how paralyzing this internal conflict can be. That’s why I want to share a simple yet profound rule that could instigate...

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The Shortcut to Mastering Emotions Mar 16, 2020

 

A new episode of The Rob Scott Show just went live.

Sarah and I recorded this before COVID-19 became a worldwide pandemic, but we feel it couldn’t be better timed…

We focus on how to deal with difficult and overwhelming emotions.

Obviously we all need to do certain things...

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Happiness as Your Way of Being Nov 25, 2019

 

During this episode of the Rob Scott Show, Rob & Sarah discuss how happiness can become your default way of being. Changing your state is one thing, but the ability to be joyful no matter what is happening around you will change your life.

The secret to happiness is learning how to...

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Turning Anger into Compassion May 07, 2006

Anger has its place. It is there to move us. It tells us things aren't right. But we don't want to get lost in anger. We need to be conscious of it.

Compassion means: Deep awareness of the suffering of another coupled with the wish to relieve it.

There are two phases to turning anger into...

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The Gift of Trauma Mar 19, 2006

Trauma is horrible, and we shouldn't forget that. We all have trauma to one degree or another. We all have "our stuff."

Trauma has the potential to widen and deepen our experience of pain. Which allows us to have a higher "high." Imagine someone who hasn't had much stimulation in either...

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