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Over It And On With It

Christine Hassler provides you with practical tools and spiritual principles to help you overcome whatever obstacles might be holding you back. Each episode, Christine coaches callers live on the air offering them inspiration and guidance to heal their past, change their present and create what they really want. Topics include: relationships, career, health, transitions, finances, life purpose, spirituality and whatever else callers have questions about. Christine coaches "regular people" on problems – and opportunities - we all face. It's a show that reminds you that you are not alone, while also teaching things you can implement in your own life.
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Now displaying: April, 2019
Apr 13, 2019
In this quickie episode, Christine shares some simple tips to support you in either starting, returning or deepening your meditation practice. 
Announcement: I am coming to the East Coast!! Join me in June for my workshop at the Omega Institute
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Apr 10, 2019

This episode is about turning your challenges into your calling. Today’s caller, Dale, is looking for guidance on how to reach out to clients to support a new coaching business. Dale’s unique gift is that he has schizophrenia. He wants to help families of people with schizophrenia to help them see their family member’s illness in a different light. Mental health disorders still have a stigma to them and Dale is an incredible example of someone who chooses to thrive in the face of both adversity and shame. Coaches will get a lot of value because we talk about reaching your target market and knowing the boundaries of your skill set.

[For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode187]

The original definition of passion is suffering. Over time we evolved the word passion to mean something that we love.

Making your challenges your calling is inspirational. As we move through our challenges, we accept them, we process them, and then we rise above them when we ask the question, “How can I use this to not only help others but to actually enjoy my life and the lessons, challenges, and opportunities I have created and that come to me in this lifetime?”

Your challenge is your best asset because you are in the process. You know what it is like. You are more relatable and you can be in it with people. Don’t think you have to be perfect. Think about how the thing you judge the most about yourself could be your best asset. And when it comes to labels, diseases, or challenges in life, it is counterproductive to be ashamed or upset about any of those things. It only makes you play small and it makes you hide. It prevents you from doing the work you are here to do in the world.

As long as your insecurities and shames and doubts are still in place it will be a block for you. Stand in who you are. Your challenges make you uniquely qualified to answer your calling and step into your greatest strengths.

Where can you be an interpreter? How can you help people that may be struggling with something? Where can you turn your passion, aka your suffering, into a calling?

Unleashed is a program I teach through Mindvalley that is mentioned in the podcast.

Consider/Ask Yourself:

● Do you have shame that is stopping you from making the unique difference you are here to make?

● Do you have a big dream or calling but you are overwhelmed by the ‘how’ part? In other words, you don’t know quite where to start.

● In listening to this call, does any part of you go into sympathy as he tells his story or the stories of how other families have been impacted by schizophrenia?

● Are you willing to use any challenges in your life to be an inspiration or do you tend to use them as excuses for why you do not have what you want or why you cannot take action?

 

Dale’s Question:

Dale would like guidance on how to start a coaching practice for families of those with schizophrenia.

 

Dale’s Key Insights and Ahas:

● He was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.

● He wants to become a coach to help families of others diagnosed with schizophrenia.

● He has taken courses and studies coaching.

● He recognizes there is a stigma of shame around schizophrenia.

● His parents were supportive of him.

● He gives people hope.

● He has a unique perspective.

● His strengths are compassion, empathy, and his history.

● He wants to move from friend to coach.

● He’s a writer.

 

How to Get Over It and On With It:

● He needs to stand for who he is and the truth of his journey.

● He needs to be creative the way he approaches clients.

● He should build a website and write articles about his journey.

● He should take the pressure off himself to have all the answers.

● He should let go of any feelings of inadequacy or insecurity.

 

Takeaways:

● Don’t forget about the power of a referral-based business.

● Share your story. Write some articles, put them on a blog, and join Facebook groups.

● Let go of your feelings of inadequacy. Write a list of all the things you think will prevent people from hiring you and then write all the reasons why you are qualified to step into your calling.

 

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Resources:

Christine Hassler — Join the Free Over It and On With It Community.

To watch episodes of coaching sessions, go to Youtube.com/christinehassler

Christine’s Personal Mastery Course

Christine’s Signature Retreat

Christine Hassler Podcasts Including Coaches Corner

Christine on Facebook

Christine’s Books, including Expectation Hangover

@ChristinHassler on Twitter

@ChristineHassler on Instagram

Assist@ChristineHassler.com — To reach out to this week’s guest.

 

Apr 6, 2019
This week I am doing something different and airing an interview I did on “A Brave New Man” podcast on my podcast.  Listen in as I discuss with my friend, Greg Woodhill, what men are getting right, getting wrong and advice for how to have better relationships and communication.  We also discuss how the masculine and feminine polarities exist in all of us, and how we can celebrate those differences in all of our relationships. This episode guides us through how to best relate to our partners in the ways that THEY need us to relate to them, and how to truly know each other through intimate conversations.
 
Listen to other episodes of  A Brave New Man podcast here: http://www.gregwoodhill.com/podcast
 

 

Apr 3, 2019

This episode is about how to individualize and feel safe if you grew up in a chaotic environment and are always waiting for the worst-case scenario. Today’s caller, Megan, is stuck in grief after the loss of her mother. As we discover, what is really holding her back is a lifetime pattern of not connecting to her own inner wisdom and sense of self and living with an inconsistent parent which keeps her in the preparing for the other shoe to drop’ mental and emotional cycle.

[For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode186]

If as a kid you don’t have safety or security or there is inconsistency, you never know what exactly to expect. You learn to protect yourself by preparing yourself for the worst-case scenario by being on high-alert and being on guard all the time.

This hypervigilance preparing for the worst pattern is common when we have enmeshment with our parents because there is a certain developmental stage where we need to develop our own inner wisdom and we need to separate from our parents, at around age five. If we are overly enmeshed with a parent or we are in tune with their emotional needs, we don’t develop our own inner voice. We become externally referenced. It’s hard to find peace and solace within because we don’t have a strong sense of self.  We think that the panicky voice is ours but it’s not. It’s just a part of us that got over-developed because our own inner wisdom and trust didn’t develop the way it needed to.

Worst-case scenario thinking is a protective defense. It’s what we do when we have had a lot of things happen in our lives that were unexpected and were too big for us to process. Our systems create worst-case scenario thinking to prepare us for the worst. It’s a normal reaction AND it’s healable and shiftable. But, it is a process, so it can take a little bit of time.

Creating a sense of safety is important for anyone who is going through any kind of pain. You want to make sure if you are working with a practitioner that you feel 100% safe. You shouldn’t feel pushed or judged and you shouldn’t feel as if someone is trying to fix you or solve a problem. You really want someone who will hold a safe container for you where you can just release, emote, and be held energetically.

It’s important to be patient with your process. When worrying comes up, don’t make it wrong, just observe it, thank it, and ask it what it really needs.

 

Consider/Ask Yourself:

● Is there grief or a loss you can’t seem to move beyond?

● Did you grow up with an alcoholic or absent parent?

● Do you have a pattern of worst-case scenario thinking?

● Are you good at supporting and being compassionate with others but when it comes to yourself, you judge, criticize, analyze, and worry?

● Do you feel safe?

 

Megan’s Question:

Megan is struggling with the grief from the death of her mother and would like guidance on how to move forward.

 

Megan’s Key Insights and Ahas:

● Her life was chaotic while she was growing up.

● She was mature at a young age.

● She has been living in this pattern for a long time.

● She judges herself.

● She works as a therapist.

● She feels stuck when trying to move forward in her life.

● She has difficulty relaxing.

● She has been suppressing her emotions.

● She’s ready to accept her coping strategies.

● Her mother was an alcoholic.

● She chased her father’s approval.

● Her soul chose her life path and her parents.

● She feels like she is on her own.

● She feels nurtured during our conversation.

 

How to Get Over It and On With It:

● She needs to find a sense of safety within herself.

● She needs to express herself and be held and supported.

● Her divine assignment is to heal her nervous system.

● She needs to accept where she is, thank her inner critic, and get support to help her through her healing.

● She should attend my Mastery Class and do the Empty Chair process.

 

Takeaways:

● If you have worst-case scenario thinking, allow yourself to take it all the way through to the worst case. You will probably find a solution. Know that it is not you, you are not a doomsday voice. It’s a part of you that was engineered to protect you.

● If you feel stuck in a cycle of grief or sadness, get the support you need. Read the Are You Getting the Support You Need? blog and be mindful about getting the right support.

● Feel your feelings.

● Have a spiritual practice to connect more deeply to your higher power.

 

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Resources:

Christine Hassler — Join the Free Over It and On With It Community.

To watch episodes of coaching sessions, go to Youtube.com/christinehassler

Christine’s Personal Mastery Course

Christine’s Signature Retreat

Christine Hassler Podcasts Including Coaches Corner

Christine on Facebook

Christine’s Books, including Expectation Hangover

@ChristinHassler on Twitter

@ChristineHassler on Instagram

Assist@ChristineHassler.com — Get on the waitlist to be coached on this show.

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