I always enjoy my interviews with Jonathan Ellerby. I recently had the opportunity to interview Jonathan about his new Hay House book entitled “Inspiration Deficit Disorder“.
In my interview with Jonathan we speak about awareness being the first step in understanding yourself and others in a way that will empower you to experience change. His new book is designed as a handbook for the human journey.
It presents simple ways to understand the essential elements of life: strees, habits, health, energy, addiction, sex, communications, aspiration, expectation, manifestation, disappointment, emotion, psychology, spirituality, family service, success, happiness, purpose, vitality, God and even enlightenment. Jonathan states that the first step to reclaiming your power and potential is to fully realize where you are right now and how you got there. Knowing this will help you identify the limiting beliefs, emotions, and energies that are actually working against you–even when you intentions are good. From awareness comes choice, and knowing that we have choices is the most liberating experience of all.
I love what Jonathan says about beliefs, they are like bridges. They can be helpful for short periods and can make all the difference in a journey. A belief can carry you across a raging river of change, but in the end, you can’t live on one. Your greatest life won’t come from simply believing in something. To say “I believe” is to say ” I hope it is true.” If you want to understand the ideas and practices in “Inspiration Deficit Disorder” you need to try them for yourself. Then you will know.
Jonathan points out that each and everyone of is is extraordinary. Millions of choices have led you to this moment…you are part of something much greater. Now matter what you’re experiencing right now, one thing is absolutely certain: you are an essential thread in the extraordinary fabric of life. If you want to explore the shift in thinking and consciousness that you might want to make to maintain your inspiration, then I recommend you reading Jonathan’s book “Inspiration Deficit Disorder“.
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