Kris shares that letting go isn’t easy but life gets easier as we let go. Buddha says, it is our attachments that cause our pain and suffering. That said, we are human beings that attach, so our greatest inner work will be letting go.
Kris shares how you can learn to change from having knee-jerk reactions to become a more responsive person in all of your communication. Learn how practicing responding in place of reacting will facilitate great relationships and limit your regrets.
So many of us think that being hard on ourselves is what drives us to achieve. But, in this episode, Kris shares how to access true self-compassion and end negative self-talk through mindfulness and how this will open you to greater expression.
Kris shares the solution to lonely times. How can you get through those lonely moments? Your feelings guide you to seeing and being aware of the content of your thinking and how it impacts how you feel.
Kris reminds you of how to access a more positive state of mind through the awareness of how your thoughts and feelings are connected. You can move through difficult times by using your feelings as a navigational guide to your thinking patterns. You can feel better and access a positive state mind by this simple understanding.
Kris helps you discern the difference between what is your gut feeling intuition versus fear. She teaches you how and when to listen to both. Fear is an incredibly astute navigational guide. Listen and learn how to live the big stuff with ease and grace.
Listen in to be inspired to make changes and reinvent your life with passion. TJ Hoisington is an author whose mission is to inspire people and unleash their greatness within. He shares some personal stories with Kris, and his enthusiasm will rock you into action.
Kris and Christina share a profound soul sister connection that has come through their work. You will be spellbound by this conversation between two women who have found the bridge of love between the dimensions where they are and where their beloveds now exist.
It's easy to forget that we only have 24 hours in a day and only a small percentage of that time is allotted to the things that matter most to us. Listen in to remember that your life energy and time are the most valuable commodity and that saying "No" is about honoring your "Yes" more.
Learn how to sit in the space of the unknown and shift from fear to excitement in the vast realm of creative possibilities that the unknown presents to you. You will feel hopeful and peace as you reframe your fears.
Kristine Carlson, New York Times bestselling author and world-renowned speaker, is passionate about spreading her message of waking up to life with joy and gratitude amidst the ups and downs of this earthly existence.