Receiving The Fruits That Crisis Can Offer with Daphne Rose Kingma

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There are specific actions that we can take when difficulty arises in our life. The call is to deal with our challenges in ways that are fresh, authentic, and deep, and touch the core of ourselves. We need to create, not just another bailout, but a true sense of meaning. Kingma points out that crisis can be a transforming experience. She says, "Crisis is not the monster in the woods, but it is the thing that shows up to deliver you to yourself, to your best self. This experience of transformation will blow your mind about who you are." This conversation helps us in recovering our sense of equanimity, spirit, and strength, when devastating events threaten to engulf us. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)


Daphne Rose Kingma has been speaking, teaching, and leading workshops throughout the United States and Europe. She has created a Relationship Intensive and a workshop entitled, Making It Through. She has been a frequent guest on Oprah as well as Charlie Rose and CNN. Her books have sold more than a million copies.

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Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • What are some of our default behaviors when difficulty arises
  • Why is it important to recognize our "life themes"
  • Why even small changes can make a difference in setting us in a different direction
  • How the "letting go" process will actually give us more freedom and healing
  • How we can recognize and claim our "signature strengths"
  • Why persistence is a mystical process
  • Why it is important to integrate and acknowledge our losses
  • Why it is important reach out and connect with others when we are in crisis
Host: Justine Willis Toms     Interview Date: 11/12/2010     Program Number: 3390