This is one of my most favorite holidays, because as a nation we’re invited and encouraged to immerse ourselves in the experience of gratitude, and we’re reminded to be a bit more aware of the many blessings that surround us each day. (Of course, the scrumptious food and delicious love of family and friends doesn’t hurt either!)
In honor of this wonderful time of year, I’d love to send along a little gift from my heart to yours in the form of a special Best Work/Best Life podcast (with my podcast partner Mo Faul), in which we talk about The Gift of Opening Yourself To Receiving.
In this episode, Mo and I get real – we share in a raw and very open way all about our own vulnerabilities, and the walls we now realize we’ve put up all our lives – that stop us from deep connection, effective and honest communication, and experiencing the help, love and connection we long for.
We share too how critical it is to “get hip to our own trips” in terms of recognizing how we habitually experience fear, insecurity, vulnerability, and shame, and the false stories we tell ourselves that keep us from the deepest truths of ourselves and our lives.
Take a listen here during your Thanksgiving break!
I sincerely hope our sharing will release in you some new thoughts and insights about how to embrace vulnerability, see the barriers you may be putting up (often subconsciously) to protect yourself, and how to build a new life practice of opening yourself to more honesty, love and compassion for who you are, right here, right now.
And please join us in our new Facebook group Kathy and Mo, and share your thoughts, insights and your candid experiences when you open yourself to more vulnerability and love this week.
Wishing you a joyous Thanksgiving, full of love, compassion, and the true gift of receiving. I’m so grateful for YOU!
Love and light,
P.S. Please don’t forget – if you’re ready for more happiness and gratitude (and blessings!) in your life, take my friend Shawn Achor’s fabulous 21 Day Happiness Course on Oprah.com, or give it as a holiday gift to someone you love. It’s a life-changer, for sure! Here’s more about it. Happy Thanksgiving! xo