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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
167 Episodes
This week, a gift that goes far beyond the holidays—the gift of authenticity. Isn’t it fascinating that the more we are genuinely and spontaneously ourselves, the more naturally we engage with others and in ever-healthier ways. Join me this week as we once again consider how to get out of our own way without even struggling. Stay with me.
There’s much more to a sense of wonder than meets the eye. It’s one of the most precious gifts of being alive, even in this time of personal and global challenge. Join me this week as we consider the nature of wonder and how to bring it back. It may be more important than you realize, especially now.
This week, we’ll re-consider a subject I’ve written about in the past and will continue to explore, especially during such a challenging time as we are living—a time when many have been pressed to their limits and beyond them. Yet, this is not a time for despair. Quite the contrary. With clear and open eyes, let’s look once again at the nature of hope and where to find it.
We talk about being calm, but apart from being a cliché that we verbally toss around, what does that really mean? Join me today as we consider not only what the word means, but effective ways of achieving that state inwardly and outwardly.
How aware are you that regardless of what’s happening to you or around you, you have choices? Join me this week as we consider the nature of choice and ways of consciously remaining in control of the ones we make.
There is something universal to be found in the stories we carry and the ones we tell and share. It is in them that we weave the threads of our common humanity into the mystery of what it is to be alive. Join me this week as I share several original stories that came out of my consciousness fully formed as I wrote them down. If nothing else, you can take a break from the world and be entertained for a while.
How did you get this far in your life? I can guarantee that you didn’t do it on your own. Join me this week as we consider who helped us along the way and how we might expand the gifts they gave us.
At this point in the pandemic, you don’t need another lesson about what’s going on the world. For the past six months, we’ve been inundated with it. Instead, I invite you to join me considering way of handling where we are that work to our mutual benefit.
So, what would it be like to know that you don’t have to prove yourself to anyone or live up to the standards or expectations of others? What would it be like to relax and give yourself complete permission to be exactly who you are, exactly as you are? Join me this week as we consider ways of putting that into action.
Have you ever found yourself putting on a “mask” to protect yourself in some way or to project something that isn’t authentically you? Join me this week as we consider masks of all kinds, why we wear them, and how to go about taking them off.
We place such importance on the things we think and feel and believe, but what do we actually know? What is so deep, so solid, and so immovable that you know it without doubting? Join me this week as we consider what we truly know and what we can do with it.
Isn’t it amazing what happens when we commit to something and then keep our word to ourselves as we remain focused? As we do, there’s no end to what may be possible. Join me this week as I renew my commitment to you, and to myself, and as we look forward and consider the hope that’s possible, right now and in the days ahead of us.
When adversity comes, it can be all too easy to become fearful, sometimes wondering how on earth we’ll survive or endure. Join me this week as we consider where to find what we need to meet the storm head on and get to the other side of it. Stay with me.
What happens when we let our emotions run away with us? Have you noticed what is producing the emotions you’re experiencing? Join me this week as we look at exactly that and consider ways of regaining control of ourselves in increasingly healthy ways.
Ep. #154 Summer Magic

Ep. #154 Summer Magic


As life intensifies, what can we do to keep ourselves from feeling swept up and overwhelmed by what’s going on? The answers may be easier than you think. This week, we’ll consider ways of creating simple, yet significant shifts in how we engage with ourselves and with the world around us. Come join me. I think you’ll be glad you did.
In my work as a counselor, one of the things I encounter, over and over, is that somewhere along the way, people have gotten out of touch with themselves. Join me this week as we consider ways of living from the inside out without asking any for permission or seeking anyone’s approval to do it.
Can you think of a time when you thought you knew or understood something, but didn’t bother to look deeper? Can you think of what happened when you closed your mind to something because you had already created a story about it in your mind? Join me this week as we consider what changes when we intentionally open our minds and allow ourselves to learn something new.
While the whole world is focused on finding ways of protecting everyone from the spread of the Corona Virus, it might be equally useful to consider things that are worth spreading. Things like openness and kindness and acceptance. And let’s not leave out our shared humanity. Join me this week as I share what happened when I opened my mind and heart to something taking place that was better than what I thought I was facing.
What will happen when you stop holding back and allow the world to see and engage with the person you really are? Not the invented story you’ve been telling yourself or the one that someone else constructed for you, but the real and luminous you, the authentic you. Join me this week as we consider what it means to be authentic and what happens when we think and act from that place.
He Kept His Word

He Kept His Word


Once in a while, we’re told a story that is so compelling it stays with us as vividly as if we experienced it first-hand. Today, I offer such a story in the hope that you'll find meaning in it and that it stirs something deep and abiding in you about the good that is still possible in people and in the world. Stay with me. You’ll be glad you did.
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