In the introduction, I mention the wildly creative and beautiful videos that Kate E. Stokes has done about this understanding. They are such an inventive way to explore the inside-out nature of thought. You can learn more and find those videos here. (See if you recognize the voice of the caterpillar in the third video. He might sound familiar.) 😉
And I also share a personal story about my exploration of this understanding as it relates to a situation in my family and my reflections on what the Principles can mean to us during challenging times.
Jill Whalen is the author of the book, Victim of Thought: Seeing Through the Illusion of Anxiety, as well as an inspirational blogger at whatdidyoudowithjill.com. She also has many transformative videos on her YouTube channel, which is YouTube/jillwhalen, and she’s happy to speak with anyone seeking more overall peace of mind.
You can find Jill at whatdidyoudowithjill.com
You can listen above or on iTunes or your favorite podcast app or watch the video here. Below are the show highlights, resources we mention, and full transcript.
- Exploring how our identity changes and how that’s possible
- On the personal insights that occur when we’re exploring the principles
- Reflections on addiction around relationships and the insights that changed that
- How we create an idea of the people in our lives through our thoughts
- How the principles help the caregivers of those with mental illness