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4th October, 2022

How to Choose Joy, Even When Life Sucks

With Rachel Morris

Dr Rachel Morris

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In this episode, Angela Deutschmann joins us to talk about how to experience joy despite the challenges of the healthcare profession. Being in a high-stress job can make you mistake happiness about external things with internal joy.

Angela talks about how to reprogram your unconscious mind and find joy and satisfaction in your everyday life. She also discusses the difference between caring for and carrying out other people’s suffering.

If you want to rekindle your joy within and learn how to become joyful whatever the circumstance is, then listen to this episode.

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Reasons to listen

  1. Find out the difference between happiness and joy.
  2. Discover tools that will help you care without carrying.
  3. Learn how to reprogramme the stories you’ve created in your unconscious mind.

Episode highlights

05:51

Angela’s Work around Joy

07:56

The Difference Between Happiness and Joy

11:27

Finding Joy in Adversity

12:52

Caring vs Carrying

15:03

Tools to Help You Care without Carrying

19:18

Working on the Programming of Your Mind

23:21

The Most Common Programmings People Have

25:18

Coping with Reprogramming Your Defence Mechanism

28:55

The Danger of Blame

30:43

The Process of Reprogramming

39:14

Creating a New Reality

43:23

Where the Analytical Part Comes in

49:27

How Long Reprogramming Takes

53:27

How to Choose Joy over Suffering

Episode transcript

Angela Deutschmann: There’s no time coming in the future where everything is going to line up according to how you want it to be and then stay there. It doesn’t matter how hard you work or how diligent you are or how much you show up for your patients, or how much you sacrifice for your children, that time is not coming nor does it need to, in fact. As startling and perhaps harsh, a reminder that that is it’s actually very freeing, because you can then begin to settle internally and to cultivate contentment or joy right away without…

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