Mar 16, 2022
We often seek life's answers outside of ourselves. But the truth is, we’ll never find them there. To truly understand our lives, we must look within. We must embrace fear and conflict.
Contrary to popular belief, conflict isn’t a bad thing. In fact, it’s natural in life.
Eliana Gilad is a healing voice mentor, author, and two-time TEDx presenter. She has trained over 10,000 healing professionals through the Voices of Eden and Emerge Triumphant - Thrive through Uncertainty programs and she helps spiritual entrepreneurs embody their unique voices and confidently express their truths.
On this episode of Wickedly Smart Women, Eliana joins Anjel to discuss her experience living through three wars and social unrest in the Middle East, shutting out the influence of outside powers to listen to her inner self.
Eliana gives her insight on why conflict can be good, how to distinguish between different types of leadership, and how your most powerful voice is always inside of you.
Listen in as Eliana shares how you can listen to yourself in order to deepen your trust in your inner voice and emerge triumphant.
Eliana’s experience living through three wars
What taught Eliana to listen to her inner self instead of outside influences
The power of fear and Eliana’s three “phases” of fear
How Eliana summoned the courage to listen to and learn the healing voice approach
What you can do to deepen your trust in your inner voice and emerge triumphant
Why conflict in life does not mean anything is inherently wrong
How we are always taught to “do” and are now being taught to be who we already are
The inspiration and meaning behind Eliana’s book, Thrive Through Uncertainty: Emerge Triumphant
Why you never have to prove your worth to anyone else
The two different types of leadership and validity of both
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