How To Make A LOT of Headway In Your Development Without Working Hard: Episode 235 with Guy & Ilan Ferdman 

In this week's episode of the Old Souls & Seekers podcast, we're happy to bring you a deep conversation on how to get to where you want to go in life without forcing yourself, working hard and being stressed out in the process. 

“What we find in most areas in life is that simplicity is truth”

– Ilan Ferdman

The thing we hear the most from people these days that work with us is “I can't believe it is that simple!”.

A lot of people are so conditioned to believe that things have to be complicated and hard in order for it to work. Because we grew up in a system where we are schooled put things into processes, there’s a lot of linear thinking and you're taught to work hard to get good grades etc… 

What we want to bring to you in this episode is the power of simplicity. 

The power of getting into alignment with your higher self. 

We've done over 10 years of personal development work and in those years we read thousands of books, took courses and attended seminars.

It's safe to say that we truly mastered that part of personal development. It made us productive, it made us good at taking action and it gave us results. That's all great. 

But, there was a missing piece. 

After all the years of personal development work and reframing old traumas, we still experienced that we got triggered by the exact same situations over and over again.

Then we discovered something that would flip the script completely.

In this episode, we invite you to join us in a conversation that will take you away from the “warriors path” of personal growth and allow you to step into the path of flow and trusting in yourself. 

How do you get to where you want to be in life without working hard?

Tune into today's episode to find out. Much love. 

“When there’s an upset in the system, the perception that happens is automatic, even if you are aware of the perception it will persist. What do you do about the perception?”

 – Guy Ferdman

Episode Resources:

In Today's Episode:

  • Simple tools that can illuminate your healing without reading books 
  • How to improve your relationships with a 10 minute conversation
  • How to deal with the voices in your head (and how not to) 
  • Learn how to create amazing results in life without working hard 
  • …and much more! 

“A lot of the work we do is about create well being and safety internally, so that as the external things hit the system you don’t need to become overwhelmed by it”

– Guy Ferdman

Learn More About Satori Prime

Founded in 2011, Satori Prime is a personal development, leadership, and spiritual growth organization that caters to people across the globe. We offer digital products, community coaching events, a weekly podcast episode, group, and private coaching, as well as corporate training. On special occasions, we hold groundbreaking live events or retreats. The founders speak on stages all over the world to spread the important mission of elevating human potential and liberation ourselves from painful patterns that run most people's lives on autopilot.
 
Guy and Ilan Ferdman are blood brothers and founders of Satori Prime. They have combined 36+ years of coaching in the fields of business, leadership, personal development, and spiritual growth. Their application of psychology & neuroscience combined with ancient practices of energetics gives them a unique approach to problem-solving and transforming lives. Plus, their sense of humor and charismatic nature makes their teaching style fun and effective.

Time stamps

10.25 Why is Ilan grateful for the ‘fight or flight response'? 

25.00 How to re-gain connection in a relationship with a 10 min conversation

35.00 How do you deal with the voices in your head  

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Chezamum

how do I deal with the voices in my head???? …… I tell them to shut up so I can think!!!

Satori Prime

There will always be voices, efforting to stop them always increases their intensity. Come into the Facebook group (joinoldsouls.com) we speak of this often!

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