WHEREVER YOU ARE IS A NEW TARTING POINT.
We often think of pain as bad.
Whether you’re going through a breakup, getting let go from a job, or making a big move, the experience is uncomfortable.
But you need that feeling to truly make changes in your life. It’s how you can adopt new thought patterns and let go of old habits.
Think back on your own challenging experiences and how it affected your outlook.
You are the person you are today because something made you want to rise above mediocrity.
On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the mindset of abundance and the power of pain with the founder of the Agape International Spiritual Center: Michael Beckwith.
Michael Bernard Beckwith is a minister, author, and founder of the Agape International Spiritual Center, a New Thought church with a congregation estimated in excess of 8,000 members. Michael was one of the featured teachers in The Secret and is the originator of the Life Visioning Process, a technique purporting to offer its practitioners a method for putting a stop to being a passive tourist in one's life.
Michael knows the power of thought and how it can lead you to the life you’ve always wanted. Once you start asking the empowering questions, the universe will answer you.
So get ready to learn how to stay in the flow of life by creating your vision on Episode 748.
Some Questions I Ask:
What principles is the church Agape founded on? (4:30)
What’s been the greatest human challenge in your spiritual journey? (6:00)
Why do you think we are here? (21:00)
What’s something you procrastinated too long on? (32:00)
Why do we block the abundance of love? (47:00)
What is the root of racism? (51:00)
What questions should you ask when you start dating? (1:00:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How to deal with the people who tear you down (13:00)
Why it’s important to transcend the ego (19:00)
The practices of mediocrity (25:00)
The questions Michael asks every morning (37:00)
About Michael’s spiritual awakening (42:00)
How to deal with people who have different beliefs than you (55:00)