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Episode 10 – Feeling Into Worthiness

Episode 10 – Feeling Into Worthiness

What makes us feel worthy? Or a better question could be, is there anything that should affect our self-worth? In this episode, Kori shares how self-worth is not based on a relationship or achievements. She also shares that all of our experiences, shame, and rejection included, helps us grow as spiritual beings and does not lessen our self-worth. If you or someone you know finds it difficult to feel deeply worthy, this episode is for you.

Tune in to this episode, no matter what.  It’s a good one!

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Show Notes:

What makes us feel worthy? Or a better question could be, is there anything that should affect our self-worth? Attaining the feeling of being empowered and inspired with our self-worth is a journey that everyone goes through in life. Some depend on their relationships to secure their self-worth, while some pursue academic and career achievements for this purpose. But what happens if all of this falls apart?

 

In this episode, Kori shares how self-worth is not based on a relationship or achievements. She also shares that all of our experiences, shame and rejection included, helps us grow as spiritual beings and does not lessen our self-worth.

 

“Let’s not attach anything to our worth anymore. Let’s just settle into the fact that we are deeply worthy, and focus on doing the things that create the things we do merely for love for joy, for happiness. Because that’s ultimately what life is about, it’s about learning to just love each and every day.” – Kori Hahn

 

What You’ll Learn From This Episode: 

01:47 – Rediscovering what it means to be worthy

03:15 – How rejection is a means to test our self-worth

05:26 – What is the difference between productivity and creativity

09:46 – Can shame affect our feeling of self-worth

11:06 – Perfection is not the ultimate goal

People / Resources Mentioned:

  • “In Love with the World:  A Monk’s Journey Through the Bardos of Living and Dying”  Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche

  • Brene Brown

 

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