Sunday, April 30, 2017

Tip#1041: Facing the Monsters in Your Life - Anxiety & Bullying - Colossal

This week I had a breakthrough for coping with an unexpected anxiety trigger. I had to face a form of consistent bullying via email and had experienced fear and overwhelming anxiety. And yet I knew there was a silver lining buried underneath and realized this was a perfect opportunity to apply the teachings of Researcher, Author & Lecturer, Dr. Joe Dispenza that I mentioned in previous tip#1040.

Dr. Joe reminded me of what I’d been learning all these years and it's that current anxiety triggers are actually activating an older unresolved issue that the body and subconscious still remembers. The pain I felt was really from the past. So the first part of transforming the negative energy and feeling better was to watch Dr. Joe interviews and lectures on Youtube to understand the scientific details of how the mind and body retains and traps these painful past experiences. Then the second part was to implement his two guided meditation recordings from his book You Are the Placebo on a daily basis.

See: Dr. Joe Dispenza Introductory Lecture

It took a deep dedication to this new daily process of meditations but it really helped me find my courage and confidence to face the current triggers and take steps to resolve them. When I had my breakthrough it really felt fantastic! I just felt like I was free of some monstrous trap. I was so aware that I felt no emotional charge anymore from the emails! Soon after I discovered the following movie that mirrored my experience.

Colossal (2017)

The science fiction comedy film, Colossal, is about Gloria (Anne Hathaway) who is an out-of-work party girl returning to her hometown and faces the shocking news reports of a giant creature terrorizing Seoul. This bizarre yet funny and engaging movie is a unique cinematic story with great performances by Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis. See movie trailer

If you feel adventurous and want something different in a movie I highly recommend you see Colossal. What I loved most was the revelations of how the bizarre monster situations tie into Gloria’s current problems in a deep, meaningful way. It’s best that I don’t give anymore details but if you want to see a women with adversities transform her life by finding her inner courage then see this asap! And these inspiring themes will give you clues to how you can benefit personally from this film…

Inspiring Themes:
• Courage
• Passion
• Perseverance
• Resilience
• Indestructible Optimism
• Supportive Relationships
• Leadership
• Facing Bullying
• Resolving Childhood Issues
• Female Empowerment

It’s sometimes hard to face unexpected situations that make us feel anxiety and mental pain. And yet they could also be invaluable signs pointing at an opportunity to transform this pain into great learning and awareness. Movie heroes can help inspire you to look at your challenges as a gift for personal growth. Find a film today to help you unleash your innate courage and confidence!

“A woman finding her inner strength is inspiring. But a woman finding her inner giant monster who kicks butt — that’s just so cool.” 
Review of Colossal by David Edelstein,

Related Tips:
Tip#913: The Silver Lining of Anxiety - The Good Dinosaur 
Tip#1036: Your Thoughts Have So Much Power, Part 4 – Anxiety - The Space Between Us
Tip#839: Activate The Power of Your Mind, Part 3 - Trapped Emotions – Pleasantville 
Tip#287: Activate Your Innate Courage – The Tale of Despereaux 

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Remember How Movies Can Help You: 
A) Entertain & Escape 
B) Re-energize & Release 
C) Inspiration & Motivation

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Motivational Speaker on Health & Wellness
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