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Aubrey Beardsley – hyllad och hatad dekadent dandy i svartvitt  

Den brittiske illustratören Aubrey Beardsleys (1872-1898) sätt att betrakta och beskriva omvärlden gjorde honom både hyllad och hatad – men framför allt omskriven. Han blev en av det förra sekelskiftets största kändisar, med en stil och ett rykte inte helt olikt en självförbrännande rockstjärnas. Han blev bara tjugofem år. Aubrey Beardsley festade förvisso och beskrevs som ”spöklikt mager”, men anledning till hans död hette tuberkulos, en då obotlig sjukdom. Men under sitt korta liv och karriär gjorde han intryck, som gett avtryck ända in i vår tid. Han förekommer på affischer, skivomslag och i modevärlden – där hans ande svävar bland samtida illustratörer, på olika vis. Snyggt klädd var han också. I veckans STIL berättar vi mer om denne märklige man.

Aubrey Beardsleys stilrena garderob var influerad av den franske poeten Charles Baudelaires tankar och texter om "dandyism". Genom att klä sig medvetet nedtonat, men mycket omsorgsfullt, kunde man genom sin stil markera att man tillhörde, eller ville tillhöra, en ny typ av intellektuell elit, menade Baudelaire (som själv alltid bar helsvart). Och intellektuell var Aubrey Beardsley, utan tvekan. Han slukade böcker och sög i sig kunskap som en svamp. Även böcker om medicin där han studerade illustrationerna på aborterade foster och exempel på hur olika sjukdomar kunde vanställa kroppar. Det fick han nytta av som illustratör. Men han hade även koll på modetidningar och visste vad han tyckte om dåtidens överlastade dammode - löjligt. Kvinnorna i hans illustrationer bär ofta långt mer bekväma känningar. Under andra halvan av 1960-talet ställde Victoria & Albert Museum i London ut hans bilder - som passade tidens trender. Hans bilder med erotiska och "dekadenta" inslag snappades snabbt upp olika rockband. Beatles omslag till Revolver är inspirerad av hans stil, och han är en av personerna på omslaget av skivan Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, från 1967. De är långt ifrån ensamma om att ha inspirerats. I veckans program har vi tittat närmare på psykedeliska konsertaffischer från 1960-talets San Francisco. Under den här tiden jobbade radioveteranen Lennart Wretlind i en liten skivbutik strax söder om San Francisco. Han sparade affischerna som han nu - 47 år senare - ställer ut på Rönnells antikvariat i Stockholm. Vi har också pratat med illustratören Liselott Watkins som ofta fått höra att hennes illustrationer påminner om just Aubrey Beardsleys. Om henne talar vi om vikten av pennor med. Och så har vi mött Sven Bertil Bärnarp som varje vecka tecknar serien "Medelålders plus" i Dagens Nyheter. Veckans gäst är Björn Atldax, konstnär och illustratör och en av männen bakom Cheap Mondays döskallelogga.

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Aubrey Beardsley  

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen on the Victorian artist Aubrey Beardsley, whose shocking originality he compares to that of Alexander McQueen. Laurence's first foray into art was copying Beardsley drawings to sell at his school - with the more erotic ones fetching a premium price... Biographer Matthew Sturgis fills in the detail of Beardsley's short but extraordinary life, and Matthew Parris presents. Producer Beth O'Dea.

ep 05: Aubrey Plaza  

You're in for a real treat today! In this week's episode of "Unqualified," Anna and cohost/producer Sim Sarna welcome one of the most unique comedic talents in Hollywood: the one and only Aubrey Plaza! Listen as they discuss Andy and April's relationship from "Parks and Rec," and Aubrey's audition for "Star Wars." Among other hilarious moments, Anna and Aubrey consider their preferred murder weapons and why mens' balls smell like stale cheerios. The gang also calls two of their movie star friends for an uncensored conversation that's sure to have the internet buzzing! (Hint: they're co-stars in an upcoming movie.) Later, Anna, Sim and Aubrey offer unqualified advice to a woman having trouble navigating shared friends post-breakup, and try to help a man hopelessly in love with a woman who's about go back home to Australia...where she has a boyfriend. YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS EPISODE!

And be sure catch Aubrey in DIRTY GRANDPA (co-starring Zac Efron and Robert De Niro) opening nationwide January 22nd!

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Talksplode #72 – Aubrey Sitterson  

Thanks to iFanboy patrons, it's Talksplode time. Aubrey Sitterson writes the ongoing GI Joe series for IDW Publishing, and yes, there is a Transformer, a Decepticon even, on the team. But you might also know him as the host of Straight Shoot, "the World's Smartest Rasslin' Talk Show", and as a former editor comics, both at Marvel, and for a pre-Skybound Robert Kirkman's Walking Dead. We chat about Aubrey's career in comics, the original "plan", and where things are now. If you've ever listened to Aubrey before, you know he's got a lot to say, and with his experience in comics, podcasts, and wrestling, it's worth listening to. You can find out more about Aubrey Sitterson at aubreysitterson.com. Also make sure to check out Skald, his sword and sorcery ongoing audiobook while you're there. Total Running Time: 01:40:33 Music: “Dr. Marten's Blues” Heavy Blanket

CC: Go for your win with Aubrey Marcus  

This is a MUST LISTEN. One of my favorite people in the world and someone who is truly a soul brother to me, Aubrey Marcus, and I talk about purpose, relationship, having a tribe and going through the FIRE of life (aka the personal growth path).

 

A little about Aubrey….

 

He is committed to empowering people to achieve their fullest human potential. He is the founder of Onnit, known for nutritional supplements based on a holistic health philosophy he calls Total Human Optimization. Aubrey Marcus has since grown Onnit into an industry leader, providing innovative peak performance supplements, foods, fitness equipment, and apparel.

 

Aubrey has a degree in philosophy, a multi-sport athlete (check out his instagram page @aubreymarcus and see some of the crazy physical stuff) and lives life with intense focus and willingness to seek the Truth.

 

He is about to start a new course which you can join in on “Go for your win” which you can learn more about at www.goforyourwin.com

 

And get a discount on any Onnit product at www.onnit.com/christine

CC: Go for your win with Aubrey Marcus  

This is a MUST LISTEN. One of my favorite people in the world and someone who is truly a soul brother to me, Aubrey Marcus, and I talk about purpose, relationship, having a tribe and going through the FIRE of life (aka the personal growth path). A little about Aubrey.... He is committed to empowering people to achieve their fullest human potential. He is the founder of Onnit, known for nutritional supplements based on a holistic health philosophy he calls Total Human Optimization. Aubrey Marcus has since grown Onnit into an industry leader, providing innovative peak performance supplements, foods, fitness equipment, and apparel. Aubrey has a degree in philosophy, a multi-sport athlete (check out his instagram page @aubreymarcus and see some of the crazy physical stuff) and lives life with intense focus and willingness to seek the Truth. He is about to start a new course which you can join in on "Go for your win" which you can learn more about at www.goforyourwin.com And get a discount on any Onnit product at www.onnit.com/christine

413: Dr. Aubrey de Grey | Live for 200 Years  

We can rejuvenate our cells and avoid aging.

"We have a clear moral obligation to get these therapies developed as quickly as possible." -Dr. Aubrey de Grey

The Cheat Sheet: Dr. Aubrey de Grey explains why breathing is bad for us (really). Is a 4-digit lifespan truly possible? 100,000 people die every day from old age: true or false? Which country spends $30 billion dollars every year on medical research? Will rejuvenation only be available for the wealthy? And so much more...

 

Show notes at http://theartofcharm.com/podcast-episodes/dr-aubrey-de-grey-how-we-can-avoid-aging-episode-413/

 

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Loikamania 202: Aubrey Sitterson  

This week on Loikamania, the return of Aubrey Sitterson! We catch up on his numerous projects, including the WORTH graphic novel, and his new webcomic, KING MAUL. We also talk podcasting, and of course, pro-wrestling. A really fun chat, so check it out! Cover art by by Zak Kinsella, design by Chris Maze. Music by the Revengineers and Amon Amarth. Aubrey's website: aubreysitterson.com Aubrey on twitter: @aubreysitterson Like Aubrey on Facebook! Like the show on Facebook! Pat on twitter: @patloika About.me/patloika

THE X-CAST #77 - 'Aubrey'  

  THE X-CAST continues with host Tony Black looking back at The X-Files Season 2 episode 12 - 'Aubrey', written by Sara B. Charno, and directed by Rob Bowman. In the small town of Aubrey, Missouri, a detective named BJ Morrow in a delirious outburst uncovers the long buried remains of two FBI agents missing since the 1940's. Mulder & Scully arrive to investigate BJ's strange discovery, and how it links to a historic series of violent murders in Aubrey, in which the word 'SISTER' was carved on the female victim's chests. When a new murder occurs, and BJ begins slipping into a strange madness, Mulder & Scully must face the question - nature or nurture? Joined once again by Trek FM's Melodic Treks podcaster Brandon Shea-Mutala, Tony examines a much deeper and more fascinating X-File than people often remember. Plus Brandon, for the first time, takes on the X-Quiz this week - can he make a top score? Listen to find out, just remember... trustno1... FACEBOOK TWITTER EMAIL ITUNES Next time on The X-Cast... join Tony as he examines the brand new book, The X-Files Origins: Agent of Chaos, with Secret Agendas contributing author George Ivanoff...

TMHS 184: Go For Your Win - With Aubrey Marcus  

Billie Jean King said, “A champion is afraid of losing. Everyone else is afraid of winning.”

It’s not that we are incapable of winning. It’s not that the life of our dreams is out of our reach. It’s the fact that many of us forfeit our shot to go for our win because of unwarranted fear and a few other nasty ingredients.

Well, what if you got your hands on the ingredients for a much tastier recipe where YOU get to live the life that you were destined to? That’s exactly what you’re going to get access to today. On this episode we have the founder and CEO of the mega-successful human optimization company Onnit, the great Aubrey Marcus.

Aubrey is the walking, talking example of what living a great looks like. He’ll definitely argue that it wasn’t always like that. At one point he was down to his last dollar working to make his dream come true. Now he runs a multi-million dollar company that’s ushered in a new wave of integrity and care into the supplement and sports performance industry. He went for his win and there was no looking back. Many years and life lessons later, Aubrey is on a mission to share what he’s learned along the way. I’m excited to share this with you and I hope this is a catalyst for you to go for your win too!

In this episode you'll discover: Why the nucleus is not really the “brain” of your cells. What it means to Go For Your Win. What it means to have a purpose deficiency. What the two parts of your mission are (this is important!). How to uncover what your passion is. How to create connections with others that can help you to live a rich life. Why your beliefs are a strong indicator of whether you’ll be successful or not. Why choice is really a superpower. What it means to practice toughness. What the primary force of resistance is in your life. How to gracefully deal with attachment. How to handle and traverse through apathy to be your best self. Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/Model 
ep 36: Aubrey Plaza & Retta part one  

Mini "Parks and Rec" reunion this week! Aubrey Plaza is back by popular demand, this time alongside fellow Parks and Recreation alums Retta and, of course, Chris Pratt. After recalling some hilarious behind-the-scene moments on the show, Aubrey shares her plan for terrifying children on Halloween and Chris posits a theory about the food court in heaven. Retta also keeps it real during an extensive discussion about whether porn is permissible in committed relationships. Plus, Anna takes the now-running studio executive improv game in a new direction - you won't want to miss it!

Be sure to tune in to Part 2 tomorrow when when Anna, Sim, and the Parks and Rec crew take calls from listeners.  And catch Aubrey's new movie, "Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates" out in theaters July 8th.

Off Camera - 52. Aubrey Plaza  

When the notoriously poker-faced Aubrey Plaza says that she’s wanted to be an actor since she was 13 and thus isn’t surprised it’s happening, or that perhaps the universe responded to her acting daydreams, you have to wonder, does she really mean that? Understandably, Aubrey Plaza used to hate the word “deadpan,” as associated as it’s become with the detached, almost unreadable delivery she’s cultivated as characters like Julie Powers in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Darius in Safety Not Guaranteed and perhaps most famously, Parks and Recreation’s wryly impassive April Ludgate. Then her Ned Rifle director Hal Hartley cast the term in a different light: maybe it occasionally serves a character to drop lines with a certain lack of personal involvement. Though no one expects much from a zombie in the way of emoting, The Guardian said of Life After Beth, “…Plaza steals the show with one foot in the grave, her rotting heroine ricocheting between adolescent snarkiness and cadaverous rage…” When you think about it, it takes a certain amount of equanimity to put a line out there and let it sit without telegraphing what we’re supposed to think about it or how we’re supposed to react. If that means viewers remain a bit off balance, all the better to hold our attention while we supply our own context. But back to those comments. She was (we’re pretty sure) quite sincere, though Plaza herself likely had more to do with moving her career along than the universe. Philosophically, she seems to fall somewhere between fatalism and determinism. When her mom introduced her to Saturday Night Live, young Aubrey decided it was her dream job. When she looked up cast member bios and saw standup comedy as the common thread among her idols, she went promptly into improv, and later actually interned at SNL. Shortly after, she started growing the career she’s still building today with drolly arresting roles in films like Funny People and About Alex and The To Do List, often playing younger, still-at-that-awkward-stage characters. Perceptive viewers of her arc on the recently-ended Parks and Recreation might have noticed Plaza’s very intentional efforts to add layers and different choices to April Ludgate,  without any overreaching departures from the essence of her character. Now able to poke her head up take a look around after six seasons on Parks, Plaza plans to continue her attempt “…to be considered a well-rounded actor, not a weirdo.” That starts next year with Dirty Grandpa and Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates. Given her peppy, workmanlike embrace of masturbation (The To Do List), doll parts (Playing It Cool), and, um, quirky guest appearances (any number of talk shows), she’s demonstrated she’s unafraid to attempt almost anything, including being herself – no small feat in her line of work. If part of the outrageousness allows her to remain a bit of an enigma, we can live with that. What we most want to see is what Plaza does next, because if there’s one thing that’s obvious, the woman’s capable of almost anything.

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Off Camera - 50. Aubrey Plaza  

When the notoriously poker-faced Aubrey Plaza says that she's wanted to be an actor since she was 13 and thus isn't surprised it's happening, or that perhaps the universe responded to her acting daydreams, you have to wonder, does she really mean that? Understandably, Aubrey Plaza used to hate the word "deadpan," as associated as it's become with the detached, almost unreadable delivery she's cultivated as characters like Julie Powers in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Darius in Safety Not Guaranteed and perhaps most famously, Parks and Recreation's wryly impassive April Ludgate. Then her Ned Rifle director Hal Hartley cast the term in a different light: maybe it occasionally serves a character to drop lines with a certain lack of personal involvement. Though no one expects much from a zombie in the way of emoting, The Guardian said of Life After Beth, "...Plaza steals the show with one foot in the grave, her rotting heroine ricocheting between adolescent snarkiness and cadaverous rage..." When you think about it, it takes a certain amount of equanimity to put a line out there and let it sit without telegraphing what we're supposed to think about it or how we're supposed to react. If that means viewers remain a bit off balance, all the better to hold our attention while we supply our own context. But back to those comments. She was (we're pretty sure) quite sincere, though Plaza herself likely had more to do with moving her career along than the universe. Philosophically, she seems to fall somewhere between fatalism and determinism. When her mom introduced her to Saturday Night Live, young Aubrey decided it was her dream job. When she looked up cast member bios and saw standup comedy as the common thread among her idols, she went promptly into improv, and later actually interned at SNL. Shortly after, she started growing the career she's still building today with drolly arresting roles in films like Funny People and About Alex and The To Do List, often playing younger, still-at-that-awkward-stage characters. Perceptive viewers of her arc on the recently-ended Parks and Recreation might have noticed Plaza's very intentional efforts to add layers and different choices to April Ludgate, without any overreaching departures from the essence of her character. Now able to poke her head up take a look around after six seasons on Parks, Plaza plans to continue her attempt "...to be considered a well-rounded actor, not a weirdo." That starts next year with Dirty Grandpa and Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates. Given her peppy, workmanlike embrace of masturbation (The To Do List), doll parts (Playing It Cool), and, um, quirky guest appearances (any number of talk shows), she's demonstrated she's unafraid to attempt almost anything, including being herself - no small feat in her line of work. If part of the outrageousness allows her to remain a bit of an enigma, we can live with that. What we most want to see is what Plaza does next, because if there's one thing that's obvious, the woman's capable of almost anything.

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Scaling ONNIT with Aubrey Marcus  

Today we have an amazing opportunity to sit down and talk to Aubrey Marcus. Aubrey is the founder of ONNIT, one of the fastest growing health and fitness companies in the US.

If you haven’t heard of ONNIT yet, you will…

They are changing the game when it comes supplementation, and human optimization, and creating an incredible following in the process which includes guys like Joe Rogan, Dwayne Johnson AKA The Rock”, Tim Ferris, and legions of athletes and entrepreneurs who simply want to perform at their peak mentally and physically.

Fortunately ONNIT’s headquarters are located right here in Austin, so I had the chance to spend some time with Aubrey to talk about the incredible rise of his company, which started just four years ago.

And that’s what the focus of today’s episode is all about…

Scaling…

How do you start a business out of your bedroom, and successfully scale it from nothing to $1 million in sales, and then from $1 million to $5 million, and soon to be $50 million+… Without falling into the business crushing chasms strewn across that path?

Today’s call is packed with wisdom on launching a business, building a global movement, and scaling your vision into one of the next great companies in the world.

I should also mention that ONNIT was the very first sponsor of Self Made Man and this podcast.

I’ve been using their products before Self Made Man even launched, specifically Alpha Brain when I work for improved focus, and 180 for recovery, Unlike most nutrition supplements out there, these actually work, and you can feel the difference.

I also have a room full of their amazing primal kettle-bells and a closet full of their clothing because it’s some of the best quality materials that I’ve found.

 

Peter Beardsley: Three Passes Ahead  

What a player he was, and what stories Peter Beardsley has to tell us. How a game against George Best led to a one-game Manchester United career; why Tino Asprilla was most certainly not the reason Newcastle United blew the title in 1996; how he ended up cooking for Kevin Keegan in a flat above Harrod's.... there's much, much more in this extra-long interview. I loved hearing Peter's stories - let me know what you think.

No Matter How High Your Mountain Is, Never, Ever Give Up- Dick Beardsley  

For many runners our ‘peak’ race seems like a lifetime ago and thanks to the temperature dropping, our motivation is at a definite low. I thought it would be a great time to bring on a motivational speaker - but he’s not just any motivational speaker. Dick Beardsley is best known for the close finish at the Boston Marathon with Alberto Salazar in 1982, which was considered the greatest marathon finish of all time.

He was inducted into the 2010 National Distance Running Hall of Fame, he’s now an international best selling author, motivational speaker, was the subject of a feature film and is often the keynote address at many events.

Ep. CPAC #20: CPAC #20: Jason Beardsley & Jay Redman  

CPAC #20 -- Jay Nordlinger and Jim Geraghty interview Jason Beardsley of The Underground Movement and Jay Redman of Wounded Wear, both distinguished combat veterans, working with Concerned Veterans for America. 

Aubrey Marcus LIVE from the Brooklyn Bell House  

A live DTFH with Aubrey Marcus recorded at the Bell House in Brooklyn. Opening music by Emil Amos. We talk about Flat Earth Theory, Aubrey's encounter with the God of the mosquitos, and the amazing power of the human mind.

TMHS 224: Unconventional Exercise And Creating An Alpha Brain - With Aubrey Marcus  

There are many paths to our fitness goals. Some will get you there faster than others. And some will get you there so overly yolked that you look like crossfitting, keto eating Hulk Hogan.

Having 24 inch pythons like Hulk Hogan probably isn’t the goal for everyone. But getting to our body composition and fitness goals injury-free is. We’ve become strangely trapped in our linear movements in exercise today. Press with both arms in one direction with equal weight (i.e. bench press), squat up and down with both legs with equal weight (i.e. barbell squats), pull yourself straight up with total symmetry (i.e. strict pull ups), and these are the basics of our exercise programs today.

Don’t get me wrong, those movements are all valuable and popular for a reason. But, we may have gotten so set in those movements that they may have put us at a disadvantage when it comes to moving in the real world.

In reality… in life, and in competition, very rarely are you facing resistance that’s perfectly balanced on both sides of your body. That said, a healthy, almost necessary adjunct to training for life is to have unconventional resistance, unbalanced stressors that our body’s have to adapt to, and tools that make it easier (and safer) than that nutty buddy who has the picture of himself doing barbell squats while standing on top a swiss ball on social media.

For unconventional training, there’s one person who jumps right in my mind. He’s the man behind one of the biggest brands in the world in natural nutrition and unconventional training. He didn’t just create a company, he created a movement. And this movement has athletes the likes of All-Pro safety Earl Thomas from the Seattle Seahawks, UFC champion Tyron Woodley, and hundreds of thousands of everyday people from all around the world getting Onnit and transforming their bodies and their lives. Aubrey Marcus is in the house and he’s dropping some serious knowledge bombs! Click play, focus in, and enjoy!

In this episode you'll discover: What growing up around athletes can instill in a child’s mindset. Why having a coach that makes you feel bad can be counterproductive. How to find more balance in helping our kids to decide their path in life. What unconventional training means. Why today’s typical training methods do not mimic reality. How unconventional exercises can help to injury-proof your body. Where the kettlebell originated and what it’s best applications are. What some of the biggest mistakes with the kettlebell swing are. Why steel clubs and steel maces were developed for warriors. The #1 exercise someone with muscle imbalances from their sport (like swinging a baseball bat or golf club from the same side for years) needs to be doing. Why battle rope exercises meet a need that no other conventional HIIT method can deliver. Why battle ropes are great tools for people who are just beginning to get in shape and for experienced exercisers as well. What it means to become physically literate. What some of the greatest athletes on the planet carry in their mindset (this is valuable!). How Aubrey was able to bypass “parasitic capitalism” and create a real movement. What rigorous, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies were able to reveal about the Alpha Brain supplement. The truth about caffeine and why it’s not an ideal long-term solution for focus and energy. Why feeling that you’re not enough is one of the biggest hindrances of success. Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/Model
79: Stop Self-Sabotaging and Go For Your Goals with Drew  

This episode is about self-sabotage. Today’s caller, Drew, is an inspiring entrepreneur who has overcome odds such as being homeless and obesity but he is still getting in his own way.

[For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode79]

I acknowledge Drew for being honest, real and raw during our call. He is a seeker who is committed to his growth. He truly believes he is worthy and is committed to shifting.

Often, we doubt ourselves because we haven’t made the changes we want, or haven’t achieved as much as we would like. The discomfort that comes from the feeling of not living into our potential, and the seeker who emerges from within us, are feedback to let us know we are well on our way. We do not optimize ourselves overnight. Part of living into our potential is feeling and dealing with the pain of not being there yet. It’s how we polish the diamond of our spirit.

The problem is we label it as suffering because it’s uncomfortable. What if feeling a desire to transform is a symptom of being a seeker? It’s important to keep going. You will eventually feel a shift. You will start feeling less pain and more purpose. Your focus will shift from yourself to your mission and vision. You will heal core wounds and let go of limiting beliefs. This will attract different things into your life.

What you do is not as important as how you do it. Allow your choices and subsequent actions to come from a place of self-love, acceptance, and service.

A podcast I did with my friend Aubrey on his podcast is a great supplemental resource to this session with Drew. We talked a lot about self-love, judgment, and the inner critic. The Aubrey Marcus Podcast #89 — Self-Love and Psychedelic Medicine.

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Consider/Ask Yourself:

● Have you overcome huge obstacles, but still don’t feel over the hump, or are still facing large obstacles?

● Do you feel like you have something to prove, and is it often the fuel that drives you?

● Are your self-worth and self-love conditional?

● Do you have an expectation to be strong and confident, but feel rejected on the inside?

 

Drew's Question:

Drew would like to know how to stop self-sabotaging himself and how to find the strength to pursue and achieve his goals.

 

Drew's Key Insights and Ahas:

● He knows he is not broken.

● He feels he needs to prove himself.

● He sees himself through a lens of judgment.

● He puts conditions on his self-worth.

● He has a huge, low ego.

● He has felt invisible and rejected most of his life.

 

How to Get Over It and On With It:

● He needs to create a daily practice around own his worth.

● He needs to become a better friend to himself.

● He should remove the conditions he puts on love, acceptance, and worthiness.

● He needs to stop trying to prove himself.

● He should use the Release Writing exercise in Expectation Hangover before meditating.

● When he feels himself drifting into self-sabotage he should remind himself of his why, his worth, and his true value, and feel love.

 

Assignments:

● Examine what is driving your behavior.

● Write out your conditions of worthiness.

● Write out new rules, or the truth about your worthiness.

● Try a heart meditation. Allow love to fill your entire physical being.

 

Resources:

Christine Hassler

Christine Hassler Podcasts

Inner Circle Membership Community

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@christinhassler on Twitter

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