Episode 7

Published on:

4th Dec 2020

Kundalini Chronicles – It’s Not That Good

In this episode, Scott talks about how his Kundalini Awakening helped him deal with a lifelong challenge of saying, "It’s not that good" when referring to himself. Where did that tendency come from, and when the idea that starts as “Good” or “Great” suddenly becomes “Not that good.” He shares some strategies that you can apply in case you are dealing with the same challenge.

What You'll Learn

  • Identify situations in your life where you think you let other people decide if you're good enough. 
  • Determine the factors that can affect the idea of how you think of yourself. .
  • Practical tips to help you manage situations that put you at risk of thinking you're not good enough.
  • And much more!

Favorite Quote

I think what's more important is that the actions I'm taking are consistent with who I want to be rather than leaving that decision about how I live my life up to other people.” - Scott Bryant-Comstock

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About the Podcast

The Kundalini Chronicles
Kundalini Awakening
This podcast features the lessons learned from Scott Bryant-Comstock's Kundalini Awakening. Scott shares aspects of his kundalini awakening, reads a spontaneously written poem coming straight from the universe, and provides a bit of homework to help guide you in your own self discovery for improvement.

About your host

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Scott Bryant-Comstock

For the past 40 years, my journey as a mental health advocate has spanned working at a suicide and crisis center, as a therapist in an outpatient clinic, an in-home family therapist, a state mental health official, Board Chair for a county mental health program, and a national reviewer of children’s mental health systems reform efforts. As the Children’s Mental Health Network (2009) founder, I lead the Network’s efforts to grow a national online forum for the exchange of ideas on how to continually improve children’s mental health research, policy, and practice. Through it all, I remain optimistic that the voice of advocates can, and will, be heard. We need strong advocates now, more than ever!

In 2019 I had a Kundalini awakening, which dramatically changed my life for the better and put me in touch with the universe in a way that I had not realized before. "My purpose on this earth is clear: to be of service to others and nourish their quest to become the better human they strive to be.”