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The Beautiful Question with Scott Lennox

Author: Scott Lennox

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"As you listen to these intentionally brief podcasts, you can allow yourself the gift of Stillness, out of which Clarity will naturally arise. You will then be listening to the wisdom of your innate self.

My purpose is to support the awakening that is happening all over the planet. Working together, we can build the future we dream is possible. Come dream with me."
-Scott Lennox
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In real terms, what would it mean to become intentional about honoring yourself and the life you’re living? Putting that another way, in measurable or observable ways, what would have to happen to put self-care at the top of your list and keep it there? Join me this week as we consider the imperative of taking exceptional care of ourselves on an everyday basis.
This is a great time to look around and do a bit of sorting and sifting. Whether we call it Spring cleaning or not, what good things will happen when we clear out some of the things we no longer need? Not just the physical things, but some of what we’ve been holding inside as well. Join me this week as we consider physically de-cluttering, and also clearing out some of our mental and emotional debris. What a relief that will be.
When we’re struggling, is it really necessary to jump through hoops and turn ourselves inside out in order to feel better, or could it be far simpler than that? Could it be much, much easier? Join me this week as we consider our built-in ability to be self-restoring as we allow ourselves to come back into balance.
When I think about blessings, I automatically think about gratitude and what a former colleague once told me. “Gratitude and depression cannot live in the same mind at the same moment,” he said. I also think about how my gratitude is deepening for each of the blessings I’ve experienced. Join me this week as we consider the blessings in our lives and how we might want to honor them. Stay with me.
Have you ever felt that you had forgotten who you really are, or that you had forgotten the more innocent self you innately knew before you experienced all that life has brought you? If so, you’re far from alone. Join me this week as we consider ways of bringing that part of us back to the forefront of our lives. It begins with nothing more than a bit of remembering. Stay with me. I think you’ll be glad you did.
We’re naturally drawn to the eclipse of the sun or moon. We find those events to be beautiful and mysterious. Unfortunately, we also have a tendency to eclipse ourselves, blocking our own light. Join me this week as we consider natural eclipses and the unnatural ones we impose on ourselves and others, and how we might go about getting out of our own way. Stay with me.
Though you’re probably not a mental health practitioner, this week, I share a brief case study that illustrates some of the positive things can happen when we refuse to judge someone, even though they may be challenging to deal with on the surface. Join me as we consider the power of seeing and accepting people for who they are, not how they’ve been labeled. Stay with me.
Have you ever found yourself shutting down and you weren’t quite sure what caused it or what to do about it? It’s more common than you might think, especially in the face what we’ve experienced during the past year. Join me this week as we consider ways of keeping our hearts and minds open and accepting the vitality that comes with it. Stay with me.
In this time of tremendous change, there are things that are wonderfully consistent. One of them is the coming of Spring and the new life it brings. Join me this week as we consider what that might bring to our own lives. Stay with me.
Remarkable things happen in us and around us when we choose to be a little more playful, especially during stressful times like these. We’ll lighten up this week as I share a playful experience that not only surprised and delighted me but awakened something in me that had been half asleep. Stay with me.
Have you ever felt so overwhelmed by the number of things that you were facing—sometimes all at once—that you didn’t quite know what to do next? Join me this week as I share a story what will help us take our time and become more efficient and much more effective as we take the steps we need to take. Stay with me.
Regardless of whether or not you participate in a tradition of faith, it’s always possible to offer blessings to others. Join me this week as we consider the nature of blessings and as I offer my heartful blessing to you, whoever you are.
One of our ageless considerations is the nature of light in all its forms. Last week, I discussed hope and where to find it. This week, our focus is an even more luminous one. Join me as we consider the nature of light, not only in the world, but in each of us. Stay with me.
With more and more people telling me about their struggles to stay hopeful during this time of sweeping change, this is a good time to re-consider the nature of hope. Stay with me as we look at hope from the inside out, clarifying what it is, what it isn’t, and where to find it.
Regardless of the positive or negative impact they may have, there are experiences that stay with us for a lifetime. In last week’s episode, I wrote about some of the powerful storms I’ve lived through. This week, we’ll take a closer look at one the worst of them, and we’ll reflect on ways of staying focused as we move through adversity. Stay with me.
Regardless of the positive or negative impact they may have, there are experiences that stay with us for a lifetime. In last week’s episode, I wrote about some of the powerful storms I’ve lived through. This week, we’ll take a closer look at one the worst of them, and we’ll reflect on ways of staying focused as we move through adversity. Stay with me.
Life’s storms are inevitable. If you live long enough, you’ll probably go more of them than you can count. The question is, how and in what condition? Join me this week as we consider the storms we endure and how to remain standing when we get to the other side.
Sometimes, perhaps out of nothing more than habit or lack of awareness, we find ourselves pushing or pulling against something when no real force is needed. Join me this week as we consider ways of flowing with our lives instead of against them, regardless of what’s happening around us.
It’s still possible to be awestruck and brought to stillness and clarity and a sense of wonder, even in these times of turbulence and distress. Join me this week as we consider ways of taking even more effective control of our lives by intentionally leaning into wonder. You’ll be surprised what happens when you do.
How ironic, that sometimes the harder we push to get somewhere, the harder it is to get there and the longer it takes. That’s especially ironic since all we’d have to do is relax and let go and then watch as things naturally unfold. Join me this week as we consider five simple ways of easing into the new year in just the right ways and in just the right places and at just the right times. The results can be so rewarding.
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