The Lively Show
The Lively Show
Jess Lively
TLS #210: Ubud, Bali: Anger & Loneliness In A Place of Zen
32 minutes Posted Apr 12, 2017 at 11:00 pm.
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When I first got to Bali, I expected to feel like I was floating on Cloud 9 in the land of smoothie bowls, spiritual celebrations, ecstatic dance, and yoga classes.
However, if the first few days of my trip here were to be summed up in a title for a book chapter, my new friend, Rissa, suggested it would read: “Anger & Loneliness in a Place of Zen.”
In today’s episode, I’m sharing what my experience of these two emotions has been like, and how I finally processed an emotion I often try to ‘spiritually bypass’ altogether… anger.
This episode is perfect for anyone who is looking to process difficult emotions, or is experiencing loneliness.




 
 

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IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT
 

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What triggered once I got to Bali and what I learned about anger and loneliness.


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The reasons my loneliness has been coming up and how I’m learning to awareness and compassion for it and facing it instead of avoiding it.


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What correlation I’ve been seeing between my approach to loneliness and how people face fear of the unknown and uncertainty.


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Why anger is essentially a stepping stone from a place of very low energy to a place of higher, positive energy.


 
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