by David McLeod | Nov 4, 2019 | No Comments

A lot of people are very invested in the story they have about how they got where they are today. This story plays over and over in their subconscious minds, and they end up justifying their current situations, circumstances, and behaviors as unavoidable results of what has happened to them in the past. Some people even go beyond this idea and conclude that their story is actually who they are. But none of this as actually true. You do indeed HAVE a story, but that that is not really who you are. In this episode, we look at this phenomenon and consider a different perspective that can help you to move beyond your story and into the truth of who you REALLY are.

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