Full Life Integration, Non-Negotiables, and Your Powerful Lens with Kristoffer “KC” Carter – SASM 123

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You're about to Learn ...

  • Which sacred life ingredients must be present for full life integration.
  • Why self-care is about consistency – not duration.
  • Why the numbers 1:5:10 are so meaningful.
  • How your lens enhances or diminishes everything you experience.
  • Why “nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know.”
  • How to believe in everyone and everything all the time.
  • How KC is the oldest of his wife’s four children.
  • Why people respond to your humanity when you teach.
  • How to balance the tension of parenting with being your kids’ funky friend.

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Timestamps and Topics

  • [05:23] KC’s seeds of awesomeness
  • [10:04] How KC straddles dad and funky friend mode
  • [14:24] The story of how KC became a yogi
  • [22:27] Why nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know
  • [27:04] What full life integration means and can look like
  • [39:11] Why your lens statement drives everything else you do and are
  • [43:40] The big questions KC is asking right now

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