Anat Periis the CEO and Founder of Training Camp for the Soul and renowned Creator and Master Facilitator of the TCS Method ignites a flame of change within those who are ready to actively choose a reclaimed existence in this world. With 18 years of experience in developmental work and years of study as a trauma-informed coach, Anat has beautifully combined mindset, somatic healing, and inner child re-parenting to create her unique, and massively needed, method. She has guided hundreds of individuals, practitioners, business owners, and their teams, through the TCS Method and created the kind of change that shapes the future of the world.
Kute Blackson is a beloved inspirational speaker and transformational teacher. He is the author of the national bestselling book You.Are.The.One. and The Magic of Surrender. He is widely considered the next-generation leader in the field of personal development and has been featured on Larry King Now, Fox and Friends, and Dr. Drew, as well, Inc. magazine calls him ‘The Mindfulness Guru Billionaires Go To For Advice’.
Kute Blackson offers a fresh, bold look at spiritual awareness for a whole new generation. Born in Ghana, West Africa, Kute’s multi-cultural upbringing as the child of a Japanese mother and a Ghanaian father has spanned four different continents. His unique lineage lays the foundation for his approach to breaking down barriers and unlocking an individual’s true gifts and greatness.
For over 20 years, Kute Blackson has been inspiring audiences around the world. From the first time he spoke in front of 3000 people at age 8, to speaking in over 300 venues by age 18, to helping organizations develop authentic leadership and achieve extraordinary performance over the last decade. His electrifying presentations, not only offer real-world practical ideas and soul-stirring wisdom but also ignite the heart and inspire courageous action.
He recently received the 2019 Walden Award in the New Thought Wisdom category Unity Organization honors once a year to recognize socially conscious leaders who are making the world a better place. One of the previous year’s winners in this same category was Oprah Winfrey.
There is no need to rush through the pain. Let it be. Sit with it. Sit with the emptiness in it. There is a pain, isn’t it? Every pain has been the catalyst for growth in my life. The goal isn’t to get away from the pain — feel it completely, and cry if you want to, It will help you grieve and release it from your body.
Everything passes, everything. Nothing stays forever. There is joy and growth on the other side of the pain. I don’t think anyone can find joy in the pain. But, when you sit with it, the pain softens. You get to sit with the pain like it is your friend and when you feel like it, ask your friend — the pain —to leave. Because, your other friend, the growth is waiting for you. Don’t rush in this process. In those moments of pain, you might ask — “why it always happens, why can’t I feel joy.” It’s OK. Life is both suffering and joy. We get to have both.
When you feel pain — reach out to your support system to help you process emotions. You are not your emotions. Emotions may be telling you something about you that you may not have healed yet. Look at it objectively and never identify with it. Just say – “I am experiencing this”.
Mary Dee guides leaders into achieving clarity with confidence in their strategy and team. She helps Leaders make great decisions based on data, while creating the systems, teams and culture that align with their vision and mission for optimal impact. She works with entrepreneurs, CEO’s, Executives and funded startups who are confused about what strategy to use to make good decisions that drive results.Unlike most agencies and consultants, she has over 2 decades of experience as a COO and Business Owner
In this episode, Mike Trugman interviews me. Mike’smission is to provide the support, accountability, knowledge and safe environment for people to find a customized strategy that works for them to create new reality: a life where you wake up each morning with purpose, energy and excitement.
In this episode, I share about:
My relationship with my parents
About my upbringing in India and how I moved to the US
Events that led to new transformations in life at the age of 30
“Who are you?” said the Caterpillar… “I —I hardly know, Sir, just at present,” Alice replied rather shyly, “at least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have changed several times since then.” — Lewis Carroll
“I say to people, ‘Follow your envy—it tells you what you want.’ It’s great information. If we don’t have access to our feelings, it’s like we’re driving without a map.” —Lori Gottlieb
While reading Lao Tzu’s Verse 24 on Living without Excess, I came across this sweet short poem by Hafiz. Even after All this time, The Sun never says to the Earth, “You owe me.”. Look what happens with a love like that, it lights the Whole Sky”. — Poem by Hafiz