This week we continue our series called Speaking The Language of the Heart with part 4 called: Speaking Your Truth with Grace.
We began our 5-part series with How To Express Yourself with Honesty and Respect with the hilarious movie: What About Bob?
Then we discussed Cracking The Heart Language Code and our featured alignment movie was The Imitation Game, staring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightly.
Last week we discussed How To Be a Compassionate Listener and our featured Alignment Movie was: The King’s Speech.
In the past three weeks, we’ve covered communication patterns that don’t work, others that help with heart communication, and how to be a better listener.
This week’s show is called: Speaking Your Truth with Grace.
While the past shows were about improving communication skills, this week is about stepping into your authenticity and owning it.
Our featured Alignment movie this week is the delightful film Chef – written and directed by Jon Favreau.
This is truly a delightful film. If you like movies about food, music, and love – then you’ll love Favreau’s beautiful movie.
John Favreau plays a chef who loses his restaurant job and starts up a food truck in an effort to reclaim his creative promise, while piecing back together his estranged family.
As we’ve said in prior radio episodes, we don’t go looking for movies to create our work, they find us and are always our teacher. We take what we learn and turn it into an Alignment Session so you can benefit from what we’ve learned.
Some movies we get the messages easier than others.
Then there are some movies like this one that take more time before we get it.
Why? Because it’s usually a core issue for us and harder to see the patterns at first.
We say this because you may have similar experiences on your journey to the heart with these Alignment Movies. If you watch a film and just don’t get it, give it time and go back and watch it again.