Manage episode 278357406 series 82237
What can we learn about ourselves when we go through a separation from another? It’s easy to feel strong when things are working, but what about when things aren't?
There is valuable opportunity given to us that only present themselves when relationships fall apart–The opportunity to navigate through the deep layers of ourselves. But how do we actually navigate through these layers?
In this conversation, Aubrey Marcus and his wife Vylana - two of my very favourite people - answer the questions I have on separation from someone you love (or feel deeply about), as it's something I currently am going through in my own life. Plus, they discuss why “wounds allows the light to enter”, and how truly loving ourselves is the best tool for facing a broken heart.
Aubrey is the founder of ONMIT, a NYT bestselling author, the AMP podcast host, and founding member of Fit For Service Fellowship.
Vylana is a sound alchemist, singer, Tahitian dancer, and medicine woman.
What we discuss:
[00:07:09] Aaron's current context [00:12:17] Love autonomy [00:18:56] Using the pain of a separation to growth [00:22:35] Facing and accepting fear [00:27:37] Self-love practices [00:40:38] Trust in acceptance [00:45:25] Expediting the process of accepting events within ourselves [00:51:22] Why current life events show you where there is still work to be done
Find more from Aubrey and Vylana:
Podcast: https://www.aubreymarcus.com/blogs/aubrey-marcus-podcast Program: https://www.aubreymarcus.com/pages/fit-for-service-fellowship Instagram: @aubreymarcus Instagram: @vylanamarcus