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Do you ever feel not good enough? Are you hard on yourself and feel a craving for acceptance from others? No one likes to admit it but this is, surprisingly, a very common human problem.

In this episode, we discuss the concept of Self-Acceptance and the best way to experience self-acceptance. This conversation is sure to fill you with inspiration to direct your destiny and accept your spiritual inheritance. We explore:

  • Why do we need self-acceptance?
  • Self-Acceptance in the empirical (ego) reactive Self
  • Self-Acceptance in Non-Dualism

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The Best Way to Experience Self-Acceptance


INTRO 00:00
Welcome to Soul Sessions with CreativeMind with Debra Berndt Maldonado and Dr. Rob Maldonado of CreativeMind. Join us each week for inspiring conversations about personal development based on Jungian philosophy, Eastern spirituality, and social neuroscience. Spend each week with us to explore deep topics in a practical way. Let’s begin.

Debra Maldonado 00:00
Hello, welcome to another episode of Soul Sessions with Debra and Rob Maldonado and CreativeMind. Before we begin our topic today, I just wanted to remind you to join us and subscribe to us if you’re watching us on YouTube. There’s a little button in the corner, you can click on it to subscribe. If you’re watching us or listening to us on podcasts, Spotify, iTunes, don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss any episode of our podcast. Feel free to leave us comments, leave a review, we love the feedback. We are continuing our series this week on the Upanishads, our summer series, and today is The Best Way to Experience Self-Acceptance. That is such a big topic for lots of people.

Robert Maldonado 01:28
It’s one of those universal questions we all have to grapple with. Do we accept ourselves? Personal development is a big part of that. We’re always trying to improve ourselves.

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