We recently spoke on the show about The Great Resignation and how the last year and a half has given many people the opportunity to step back and consider what they want from their lives. But today, we’re talking about the other side, the catalyst for it – The Great Awakening.
The Great Awakening was historically a religious term used to describe the catastrophic part of the war that brought people closer to religion. But it is prominent today in a different context, in life following a worldwide pandemic.
The pandemic has caused us to step back and question things like “why am I here?” and “what is my purpose?” It has given us perspective on what exactly we’re waiting for to make a change in our lives, and what steps we need to take to get there.
Laura Boyd joins me again this week to explore this collective experience further. The Great Awakening will be different for everybody, and I invite you to consider what this looks like for you. Are you making decisions in your life from a place of love and compassion, or fear and shame?
Join us this week for a discussion on The Great Awakening and the importance of giving yourself permission to take the first step towards making a change in your life. We have all pivoted to some degree over the last 18 months, and we’re sharing our own experiences, what to do if you are experiencing these things, and why, to make a change, you have to first get comfortable with the uncomfortable.
WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER
- What The Great Awakening is and the history of the term.
- How to figure out your desire to change.
- Why you gain so much from going through discomfort.
- A different way to think about the concept of death.
- Four paradigms we tend to see the world through.
- A great example of a great awakening.