Shoes In The Living Room - Episode 9 - Scrabble Sequel

We play Scrabble (again) and we manage to make it through without getting to boring.


The ShaneCast / Episode 37 / The Unsexy Process

I talk about process and how I make this podcast. It is probably as boring as it sounds.


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The ShaneCast / Episode 36 / The Loving Fear

Jim Carrey gave a speech about fear, work, and decisions.

I’ve often said that I wished people could realize all their dreams of wealth and fame so they could see that it’s not where you’ll find your sense of completion. Like many of you, I was concerned about going out in the world and doing something bigger than myself, until someone smarter than myself made me realize that there is nothing bigger than myself! (laughter)

My soul is not contained within the limits of my body. My body is contained within the limitlessness of my soul — one unified field of nothing dancing for no particular reason, except maybe to comfort and entertain itself. (applause) As that shift happens in you, you won’t be feeling the world you’ll be felt by it — you will be embraced by it. Now, I’m always at the beginning. I have a reset button called presence and I ride that button constantly.

Once that button is functional in your life, there’s no story the mind could create that will be as compelling. The imagination is always manufacturing scenarios — both good and bad — and the ego tries to keep you trapped in the multiplex of the mind. Our eyes are not only viewers, but also projectors that are running a second story over the picture we see in front of us all the time. Fear is writing that script and the working title is, ‘I’ll never be enough.’

How do these change your life? A lot.

 


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The ShaneCast / Episode 35 / Neighbours and Conferences

I talk about how I am attempting to expand my social circle and crawl out of my shell a bit. I also blabber about conferences.


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The ShaneCast / Episode 34 / Avoiding Those Human Moments

I get a little intense talking about the human moments I think we all avoid. I wish for things to get better but can't do it without others.


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