In this episode, Nada and Lisa discuss:
- How self-love is rooted in childhood and misunderstandings of those who raised us, and the stories we have told ourselves.
- Seeing our lives from a different perspective.
- Three prescient, immediate “knowings” Lisa experienced the morning of 9/11.
- Why we stay so busy, and how 9/11 had a hand in that.
- Reframing events and circumstances as happening for you vs happening to you.
- Lisa’s mission to keep the wave of love going; to make the world a better place.
- Learning to love the not-so-great side of us is more important than loving the good side.
- Learning to quiet yourself long enough to hear your intuition and be aware of it.
- We lack emotional training in our culture.
- It takes introspection to change our perception of things and/or events.
- What if we all treated one another as if we all suffered a 9/11 loss? We would treat one another differently!
- “I don’t want people to ever lose hope that we have a brilliant future!”
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Within weeks of 9/11, Lisa Luckett vowed that she would make something good come from the nightmare of the death of her husband and all the others in the devastating event that changed our world forever. With a warrior’s will, Lisa reframed her pain for personal growth and positive change for herself and her young family.