The new episode encourages listeners to reclaim their awareness of wonder and curiosity. Fletcher says that all humans are born with an innate sense of self, which is why children are easily entertained and fascinated by the littlest things. However, as people grow older, they begin to detach from their “inner magic” and begin seeing things through other people, eventually leading to a constant need for external validation.
More details can be found at http://findingyoursparkagain.com/
Riley’s newest episode touches on the unintended effects of social media. While the technology helps bring people closer together and share their stories, some people may use social media as a guide for how to live their lives. Unfortunately, most people only share the highlights of their current experience, which may give a false impression to the public.
This may cause people to lose their spark or feel that they are not “good” or “successful” enough. These negative emotions tend to build up and become incredibly difficult to release or even acknowledge over time. Riley asks Fletcher for her tips for letting go and shifting negative emotions.
Fletcher likens the process to playing with play dough. People first need to recognize that they are experiencing a negative emotion. They can then slowly stretch their awareness to understand why they are feeling that way and whether they want to resolve it. Most importantly, this awareness should be tempered with wonder, curiosity, and kindness. Even if a person is experiencing the most negative emotions, they need to react with grace and say to themselves, “it’s okay”.
Fletcher says that being spiritual does not necessarily have to be difficult. In fact, it is a way for people to go back into themselves and reclaim their joy, without needing to take time off work or spend hours a day meditating.
Riley writes, “On the podcast, we talk through the process of letting go and shifting negative emotions. Christina breaks it down as if we are in slow motion so you can really understand the process.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.youtube.com/@drileyisis/videos
8015 Sycamore Drive
Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No Daily Scotland News journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.