“For every conclusion, every decision, every judgment you make, nothing that doesn’t match that conclusion, judgment or decision can come through.” - Dain Heer
Powerful words from a very Happy Millionaire. Has his life always been happy? No. He has created happiness and light in his own world by embracing his own consciousness and being and helping others to do the same.
Dain Heer is a best-selling author, change-maker, speaker, creator of International Being You Day, and the co-creator of Access Consciousness, one of the largest personal development movements practiced in 176 countries around the world.
We are sitting down to chat about a hodgepodge of things, not the least of which is his story and how he went from considering taking his own life to helping others find beauty and happiness in theirs. Dain empowers others to harness their gifts and their brilliance in order to impact the world in big and meaningful ways.
Listen in as we chat about entrepreneurship and why it’s so important that you embrace the KAPOW ideal in whatever way it speaks to you!
0:00:00 Introducing Dain Heer
0:02:43 A Journey to Happiness: Dain’s Experience of Overcoming Invalidation and Depression
0:07:54 Conversation About Our Identity and The Power of Being Different
0:13:38 Exploring the Weight of Lies and The Need for Authenticity in Entrepreneurial Communities
0:18:02 How Congruence and Open-Ended Questions Create Space for Change
0:21:19 Keys That Help Struggling Entrepreneurs
0:30:20 Conversation on Quantum Physics
0:34:07 Being The Fullest, The Highest and Most Fulfilled Version of Themselves
0:36:15 The Impact of Self-Judgment and Fear of Judgment on Personal Growth
0:40:53 Are You Placing Too Much Significance on Judgment?
0:46:45 Neutrality Doesn’t Mean Numb
0:50:30 Setting Boundaries and Navigating Life Decisions
0:56:21 A Turnaround Story of Mompreneur
1:01:37 Fast Talk Q&A
“I would say if the identity requires that much effort to grasp and reach for, it's not truly us being us. And the easiest and the most challenging thing in the world is for us to truly be us.”
“When people say you're weird, the proper response is, thank you very much, and they go, It wasn't a compliment. And I go, if you knew what it was, if you knew what it actually meant, it actually is, thank you very much.”
“We actually navigate the world energetically. We are energetic beings. First and foremost. Energy is our first language.”
“Your point of view creates your reality.”
“If they can maintain their connection to the struggle or the trauma that they experience, the abuse they experience, whatever it was, then they'll know when it's around the corner so they can avoid it.”
“It is possible to transform your reality, to transform your day to day, living, breathing perspective. Part of what it requires, though, is the courage and the vulnerability to make a leap into experiencing your reality differently.”
“If you're living a life where your primary concern is other people's judgments, are you truly living?”
“You get what your point of view dictates that you should get. And one of the things I'm grateful for about access is the ability to change your point of view. When you realize it's a limited point of view, you have the ability to change that point of view so it no longer haunts you that way because it shouldn't.”
“Neutral doesn't mean numb. Neutral means being able to look at something and go, I choose this and I'm not reacting to that.”
“If we're resisting and reacting to the world around us, then we're always in a state of trying to fight against the world to get things done, get things created. If we're aligning and agreeing all the time, everybody else's point of view becomes more valuable to us than ours.”
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