Episode 66 – How do you stay in a Self-Leader mindset when you have an incurable condition?

Today on The Not-So-Serious Life, Jason and Steve answer Lorraine’s question:

“How do you stay in a Self-Leader mindset when you have an incurable condition?”

Whether or not you are struggling with a diagnosable condition like our questioner, what JG and Steve share will help you to see the real cause of your suffering and what you can do about it to get back to playing the game of life!

You know what WE think and now it’s time for YOU to weigh in…

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6 Comments to Episode 66 – How do you stay in a Self-Leader mindset when you have an incurable condition?

  1. Amazing! I have tinnitus as well, probably from years of working in industrial environments. But, I hadn’t noticed it at all today until the show and now I can’t get the damn ringing out of my consciousness! Thank you Lorraine!

  2. OK, so first. When you have a little (or “replica” as Jason feels the need to call it) car, and you start putting other little beings in it? This is called PLAYING WITH DOLLS. Just an observation. >:-} (but it *is* fun, huh?)

    Second, I noticed in the previous (I think it was) episode, JG actually used the word “butterscotch” in conversation and didn’t even notice! He definitely didn’t cringe. Just another observation!

    Love you guys.

    • I beg your pardon!

      I don’t play with dolls!

      I recreate real-life scenarios with people and props that better reflect the insignificance of our existence as a way to separate the ego from our true selves so we can experience freedom, peace and truth…AHH who am I kidding, G.I. Joe’s ROCK!

      I do not remember using “that word” but if I did, rest assured it is the side effect of a drug trial I am currently participating in. It is supposed to make me funnier, but does have some side effects in language and color identification.

  3. I loved this episode, particularly how you’re playing with ‘you say that like it’s a bad thing…’
    p.s. You might consider a little powder for your nose and cheeks. The reflection of your lights creates a Rudolph-the-white-nosed-reindeer effect which you might not want. But maybe it’s not a bad thing…

    • Thanks George!

      I’ve heard that sweaty is the new sexy so I figured that shiny would at LEAST be the new adorable…Next time I’ll think twice before living my life as suggested by Cosmo magazine..


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