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The Inner Work for Inner Peace with The Yoga Couple • X65

The Inner Work for Inner Peace with The Yoga Couple • X65

Update: 2021-12-034
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We will learn:



  • What the goal of the inner work is. 

  • How your partner can help you reveal your soul’s work. 

  • The themes of consciousness we must work through and ascend. 


If you want to experience lasting positive change, you have to do the work.


 


But what the fluff is “the work”?


 


When I first started going down the road of spirituality, I was just focused on the destination. I felt like I needed to fix myself. I had no idea how long it was going to take, I just knew that I was not there yet.


 


The problem is, when we get so caught up in the person we want to be, or the goals we want to accomplish or how far we still have to go, it’s actually really easy to fall into a mindset of lack.


 


And guess what… That illusive “work” that everyone talks about, is done in the now. It’s how you’re choosing to be in this moment, not tomorrow or next week or next year. Now.


 


Welcome. You’re in the now.


 


So now that we’re here, what do we do? That’s what we’re talking about today. 


 


Our guests are Mat & Ash, best known as The Yoga Couple. The influential couple is internationally recognized for their holistic healing work, authentic yoga teachings, and as the creators of The Inner Work method.


 


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The Inner Work for Inner Peace with The Yoga Couple • X65

The Inner Work for Inner Peace with The Yoga Couple • X65

Melissa Monte | Mindset Mentor