In this episode we cover:
The importance of understanding that there is an absolute connection between what we believe and how we live, in particular as it relates to trauma and our life journeys.
How Jesus demonstrated that absolute connection every time he performed a miracle…” on earth.”
How to recover and live beyond the constraints of trauma, loss, depression, and anxiety.
When a person learns that s/he is not beholden to the trauma, loss, depression, and anxiety, possibility happens.
What can happen in your life when you experience “the Awakening.”
Living authentically flawed
Easily one of America’s favorite and most inspirational survivors, Leslie Haskin has turned tragedy into triumph. Her miraculous story of escaping the falling towers on September 11, 2001, being diagnosed with severe post-traumatic stress disorder, becoming homeless, and then rebuilding her life has taken her to the White House and to audiences worldwide.
Outspoken and powerful, she is a best-selling author of five books, including the New York Times Bestseller, Between Heaven & Ground Zero, and Baker Books bestseller, God has NOT forgotten About You. Her writings on life after loss have been used in ALL YOU Magazine and Marie Claire and her recovery journey is the subject of a nationally distributed documentary. Haskin is also the founder of The UNRacialize Project and a much sought-after business collaborator. In addition to providing leadership at UNRacialize, she is a strategic partner for fortune 500 companies and nonprofits like Save the Children, Dunn & Bradstreet, and Deutsche Bank.
Her faith, courage, and strength to overcome are the driving forces behind her commitment to rise above circumstances and inspire others to do the same. And her philosophy is a simple one, “…life is a journey through things that we like and things that we don’t like. It’s everything or it’s nothing at all.”
Leslie Haskin lives, works, and plays in upstate New York and on stages around the world.
Check out her books for sale on Amazon, “When Your Towers Fall” and “Between Heaven and Ground Zero.”
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