“You can’t be grateful and angry simultaneously.” – Tony Robbins
This guided meditation from Tony is designed to help you overcome stress in a way that’s backed with quantifiable neuroscience. If you’ve been worrying about unfinished business without resolution, this is a powerful tool to help you resolve the situation.
This is very short and very powerful. Enjoy!
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Selected Links from the Episode
- Connect with Tony Robbins:
- Tony Robbins On Achievement Versus Fulfillment
- Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru (official trailer)
- Tony Robbins on Morning Routines, Peak Performance, and Mastering Money
- Tony Robbins and Peter Diamandis (XPRIZE) on the Magic of Thinking BIG
- You can resolve internal conflicts when your heart and head — unconscious mind and conscious mind — are in alignment. [01:13]
- “Your mind’s great for strategy, but it’ll never make you enjoy your life.” This exercise is designed to give your unconscious mind control. [02:30]
- Reflect on what your heart has guided you to do for which you’re proud or grateful. [04:25]
- Think of one exceptional moment in your life for which you could feel so grateful. [05:23]
- Gratitude derails anger and fear (the two emotions that “mess us up most”). [06:20]