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Facebook Live Video from 2020/11/02 - Discovering Self Through Spirituality


2020/11/02 - Discovering Self Through Spirituality

[NEW EPISODE] Discovering Self Through Spirituality

What does it feel like to challenge your own beliefs?

What does following our truth look like? How is it a spiritual awakening?

 Many times we are not encouraged to discover the uniqueness of our truest self as we attempt to begin to carve our own path. Perhaps we follow what has been placed in front of us as we are told, at an early age, which path to follow.

Living our truth can feel like an unearthing of what we knew to be true and is a profound revelation as we probe our depths. We'll discuss this and more with our guest Danielle Waldman.

Tune in for this philosophical conversation at or watch the Facebook Livestream by clicking here.

Show Notes

Segment 1

Dr. GeorgeAnn introduces her step-daughter. Life coach, Danielle Waldman! Together they aim to answer the question “What is truth?” Danielle explains how living through authenticity and living through your purpose helps one navigate their internal landscape. Danielle encourages listeners to always try to unravel what your purpose is in order to fine tune your own truth. Discovering comes from observing and understanding the dialog within our heads. They discuss ways to bring “awareness” into the body can help us uncover our true self. GeorgeAnn explains the science behind the neurological tissue within our gut, providing us with an answer though our own body’s response. 

Segment 2

GeorgeAnn asks Danielle to explain how her spiritual journey first began. She recalls a time in early childhood when she felt like she didn’t belong and credits this difficult time as her first sign that she was “different.” Danielle discusses the power of coaching and learning it’s okay to disappoint and be uncomfortable throughout the journey of life. Together they share their own personal battle in overcoming the death of Danielle's father.

Segment 3

GeorgeAnn welcomes back her listeners by expanding on the exploration process that comes with finding our truth. An unfolding of our spirit and soul can lead to disappointment, but learning this is a fact of life and brings one closer to what God is calling them towards. Danielle explains what makes her feel the most comfortable and most uncomfortable, bringing attention to the process of letting our fears and trauma come to the surface. Finding what feels authentic to the soul, a process that’s meant to be lifelong. GeorgeAnn says “For us to ask where God is, is like a fish asking where water is.”

Segment 4

In the last segment of the night, GeorgeAnn and Danielle discuss acknowledging our ego and living in the present while looking forward to the future. Danielle reveals how her coaching process has evolved over time, involving a deep self-evaluation and deeper awareness of our past. We don’t have to change,just recognize and ask questions. Action should always overpower reaction. GeorgeAnn ends tonight’s discussion with a closing prayer.


00:00:22.980 --> 00:00:23.760 Hi, good evening.

00:00:25.800 --> 00:00:37.230 Georgeann Dau: Thank you for joining today. I'm Dr. George, and it's a privilege to be here with you this evening, and it's even more privileged to have a guest with us tonight.

00:00:38.490 --> 00:00:53.190 Georgeann Dau: My name is Daniel Waldman and she does so many incredible things she's so incredibly gifted. I don't even know how to introduce her so Danielle.

00:00:55.170 --> 00:00:59.250 Georgeann Dau: Can you mention a little bit about who you are, what you do.

00:01:00.930 --> 00:01:13.830 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah. Hi, everyone. It's an honor to be here. I'm so excited and would love to share a little bit about what I do. I feel like I do a lot of different things.

00:01:15.720 --> 00:01:25.290 Dani Waldman (she/her): I guess you could call me a life coach also a healer. I work primarily with women.

00:01:26.490 --> 00:01:30.840 Dani Waldman (she/her): And I do coaching. I also have

00:01:31.860 --> 00:01:36.810 Dani Waldman (she/her): Done somatic movement. My work is moving more into somatic movement healing.

00:01:37.890 --> 00:01:47.040 Dani Waldman (she/her): And really working with people to process and I really love it. It's my calling. And my purpose is.

00:01:47.940 --> 00:01:57.750 Georgeann Dau: So great to be able to find our calling and you know the name of the show is a journey through and those of you that have been

00:01:59.370 --> 00:02:00.960 Georgeann Dau: Being with me, each week.

00:02:02.700 --> 00:02:11.730 Georgeann Dau: I really hope that it's been serving you. And that you've really been feeling that you're getting a lot out of it and that you feel spiritually nourished.

00:02:12.900 --> 00:02:20.040 Georgeann Dau: Through our journey together. So we have a great topic tonight. For those of you that

00:02:21.210 --> 00:02:26.070 Georgeann Dau: Might have seen it online, but we're going to be talking about truth.

00:02:27.090 --> 00:02:28.800 Georgeann Dau: And what truth means

00:02:30.360 --> 00:02:33.570 Georgeann Dau: Means to ourselves means to

00:02:35.400 --> 00:02:40.020 Georgeann Dau: Truth in the universe. What is truth. It's interesting because

00:02:42.180 --> 00:02:44.790 Georgeann Dau: That's what punches pilot as Jesus actually

00:02:46.680 --> 00:02:53.910 Georgeann Dau: When Jesus said, said that he's the way, the truth and the life punches pilot says what is true what it's true.

00:02:55.140 --> 00:02:57.150 Georgeann Dau: So, Danny. So

00:02:59.130 --> 00:03:01.170 Georgeann Dau: What is following a truth mean to you.

00:03:04.170 --> 00:03:06.900 Dani Waldman (she/her): Oh, so many things and

00:03:09.240 --> 00:03:14.610 Dani Waldman (she/her): When I think about it. And I think about my path, thus far.

00:03:16.560 --> 00:03:19.320 Dani Waldman (she/her): What really comes to me is

00:03:21.360 --> 00:03:27.120 Dani Waldman (she/her): Living from that place of authenticity living from

00:03:28.830 --> 00:03:30.060 Dani Waldman (she/her): Your purpose.

00:03:31.470 --> 00:03:38.550 Dani Waldman (she/her): If you don't know what your purpose is asking the questions to unravel that

00:03:41.640 --> 00:03:53.280 Dani Waldman (she/her): really digging deeper into who we are and sitting with that. So I guess when I first started thinking about what this meant to me.

00:03:54.690 --> 00:04:03.210 Dani Waldman (she/her): I feel like for years. I was like, I want to speak my truth. I want to live through my truth. I'm not doing it. I was so focused on not living through my quote unquote truth.

00:04:04.320 --> 00:04:19.470 Dani Waldman (she/her): And really what I just see it as a as a combination of everything, a combination of saying what you want to say, doing the things that you want to do setting boundaries sitting in the discomfort learning making mistakes.

00:04:20.910 --> 00:04:25.080 Dani Waldman (she/her): All of the things so many of the things that you talk about here on this podcast.

00:04:25.920 --> 00:04:26.400 Yeah.

00:04:27.450 --> 00:04:30.930 Georgeann Dau: Yeah, it's really great. And, you know, daily

00:04:32.040 --> 00:04:34.380 Georgeann Dau: There's so many different voices in our head.

00:04:35.580 --> 00:04:47.220 Georgeann Dau: You know, we have we have our true self. We have our false self, which is made up of everything that went on for us what we took in pre talking

00:04:48.510 --> 00:04:49.740 Georgeann Dau: Voice of the parent

00:04:50.880 --> 00:04:52.860 Georgeann Dau: Freud calls it the super ego.

00:04:53.970 --> 00:04:59.700 Georgeann Dau: So how do we discern what our truth is, how do we discern that

00:05:04.080 --> 00:05:10.680 Dani Waldman (she/her): I think being in our own processing helps for sure as we start to

00:05:11.730 --> 00:05:23.940 Dani Waldman (she/her): Understand the feelings that are coming up and why they're there. And, you know, connecting all the dots. I think once we kind of get an understanding of our own. I think of it as our own internal landscape.

00:05:25.980 --> 00:05:28.320 Georgeann Dau: That that's great internal landscape.

00:05:28.350 --> 00:05:39.210 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah, which can be so hard. I mean, all the stuff that that we're talking about right now and that I know we'll talk about this next hour is can be uncomfortable.

00:05:40.320 --> 00:05:56.190 Dani Waldman (she/her): To to sit with, but I think that as we start to connect these dots in our inner landscape and understanding this is the voice of the parent. This is the past self. This is everything that you were just sharing, we start to see that.

00:05:57.510 --> 00:06:10.200 Dani Waldman (she/her): There is another point of truth, that is my point of truth and perhaps it's different from what I was told by society. Maybe it's different from what I was told by this parent or this person or whoever it is.

00:06:10.890 --> 00:06:28.530 Dani Waldman (she/her): And we get to kind of fine tune it and then it gets to change it can know it always gets to change. So I think discovering that is comes from first from observing and understanding

00:06:30.270 --> 00:06:35.670 Georgeann Dau: Mm hmm. So my hearing, hearing that it's a through a type of awareness.

00:06:36.840 --> 00:06:47.280 Georgeann Dau: And awareness and awareness of our outer environment awareness of our inner environment and all that goes along with that inner environment.

00:06:48.210 --> 00:06:55.740 Georgeann Dau: internal dialogue, you know, being in your head. I remember once I wanted to say to Sister Josephine.

00:06:56.220 --> 00:07:06.210 Georgeann Dau: When I was teaching a program. I'd like to walk in the room for the first 10 minutes just be totally stunned silence and be looking at everyone and then say um

00:07:07.200 --> 00:07:15.450 Georgeann Dau: What's going on inside. What is the voice in your head saying, you know, the one that says what voice.

00:07:16.290 --> 00:07:28.740 Georgeann Dau: You know at the time she she didn't think that was very cool, but I'm absolutely we have a dialogue going on in our heads. Always and generally

00:07:29.310 --> 00:07:48.960 Georgeann Dau: With which is what I heard you saying when we are able to be aware of that dialogue, many times that consistent compulsive dialogue is generally not our true itself. Would you say that that. So is that a good type of he

00:07:50.100 --> 00:07:57.780 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah, I love that. I love how you just saw that. Yeah, definitely. And as you were talking, what just came in, into

00:07:58.140 --> 00:07:58.620 Dani Waldman (she/her): My

00:07:59.040 --> 00:07:59.970 Dani Waldman (she/her): My mind is

00:08:02.250 --> 00:08:05.520 Dani Waldman (she/her): Really understanding i i think

00:08:06.660 --> 00:08:16.110 Dani Waldman (she/her): Bringing an awareness, not only to the connecting the dots and what's happening internally but also bringing it into the body and understanding

00:08:16.440 --> 00:08:24.240 Dani Waldman (she/her): You know, my body feels this way. When this happens, and I'm talking about this thing, or I'm having a conversation with this person or this parent or

00:08:24.960 --> 00:08:35.790 Dani Waldman (she/her): You know, all the people and and i'm i'm feeling my heart's racing or I'm feeling that I'm just kind of standing a certain way, just starting starting to

00:08:36.450 --> 00:08:45.480 Dani Waldman (she/her): Understand the body of these beautiful things that we have. And it can be from an energetic standpoint to, I think,

00:08:46.290 --> 00:08:53.910 Dani Waldman (she/her): bringing that into our spaces, well can also really help us as we start to kind of uncover this truth.

00:08:54.900 --> 00:09:16.680 Dani Waldman (she/her): And that can also help with all of the mind chatter that happens and feeling like, okay, maybe this really isn't my truth. And also, how would the body feel if I were to explore this thing instead that also is going to help us in discovering what really feels aligned with our true selves.

00:09:17.580 --> 00:09:22.170 Georgeann Dau: Beautiful, that's part of the somatic healing, isn't it, Danny, what you're talking about. Right.

00:09:22.170 --> 00:09:23.400 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah yeah

00:09:23.880 --> 00:09:27.960 Georgeann Dau: Yeah, you know, it's, it's interesting. I love what you're talking about, because

00:09:29.670 --> 00:09:43.560 Georgeann Dau: People we all, we all can forget that the mind is connected to the body and the body is connected to this, the soul and many times people think that the soul.

00:09:44.910 --> 00:09:46.020 Georgeann Dau: Is in the body.

00:09:47.130 --> 00:09:49.680 Georgeann Dau: Right. But maybe the body is insult.

00:09:51.390 --> 00:09:58.200 Georgeann Dau: Right. So what comes first, the chicken or the egg, but certainly I know from my work that

00:09:59.790 --> 00:10:04.800 Georgeann Dau: If we do not address that which lives inside of us.

00:10:06.000 --> 00:10:16.470 Georgeann Dau: Call it the haunting that it will manifest itself, physically, you know, Jesus said in the Gnostic Gospel of Thomas what we bring forth

00:10:17.520 --> 00:10:20.970 Georgeann Dau: Will save us. What we do not bring forth

00:10:21.990 --> 00:10:23.310 Georgeann Dau: Will destroy us.

00:10:24.600 --> 00:10:34.380 Georgeann Dau: You know, this is 2000 plus years ago you know Jesus with the consciousness that he came to bring all of us and die to give us

00:10:35.700 --> 00:10:52.290 Georgeann Dau: Is so incredibly profound because this is really the truth. It is the one truth that we all are called to live out of it is a a place in us call it a seed.

00:10:53.550 --> 00:11:03.840 Georgeann Dau: A universal dimension a consciousness that we all share, call it the collective consciousness, but we all do share

00:11:04.380 --> 00:11:24.480 Georgeann Dau: And if we are predominantly psychologically. Well, and most of us for we're all a little crazy. But that's all of us, myself. Absolutely. And you know, that's a you know a good thing in some ways because we do want to be unique. We don't want to be cookie cutter.

00:11:26.460 --> 00:11:28.950 Georgeann Dau: But, you know, in that

00:11:30.180 --> 00:11:43.230 Georgeann Dau: There is definitely a consciousness that we're all called that we all not talking about guilt. Now, but we all have a sense of right or wrong.

00:11:43.710 --> 00:11:54.030 Georgeann Dau: Not what we've been told not quote the 10 commandments, although that's applicable, but a place inside our being.

00:11:54.990 --> 00:12:19.260 Georgeann Dau: A somatic healing that I'm hearing you talk about Danny so beautifully that our, we actually have neurological tissue in our gut and we, those of us, you know, connected have stronger, we're all connected. But those of us with that awareness that we're talking about is are able to recognize

00:12:20.460 --> 00:12:20.940 Georgeann Dau: That

00:12:22.380 --> 00:12:40.980 Georgeann Dau: Oh, I did something that's so great, there's a level of consciousness or oh wow you know I really was very connected in that moment, so I do believe that there is a universal consciousness and we all really do know quote

00:12:41.580 --> 00:12:54.150 Georgeann Dau: And I don't like these words because they're dualistic but, for lack of a better word, quote, right from wrong. What do you think about that, Danny. You think I'm off base on that or you vibrate to that or

00:12:54.300 --> 00:12:59.640 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah, that, that definitely lands with me. I said, Yeah, absolutely. I and I think

00:13:00.270 --> 00:13:16.650 Dani Waldman (she/her): Like one of the things that that I think about is sometimes when I talk to people about this and and maybe people who are listening. This might land with them to is how do I even know what my body's telling me how do I know that that gut feeling is saying.

00:13:18.330 --> 00:13:39.660 Dani Waldman (she/her): No or Yes. And I always say that like we just have to practice and start to slowly turn in tune in and take these baby steps and start with things small and then over time we start to kind of score almost our body and our body's response in a way

00:13:41.070 --> 00:13:45.570 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah, what you were saying, I didn't inland with me and it's it's spot on. Yeah.

00:13:46.200 --> 00:13:53.070 Georgeann Dau: Well, you know, it's interesting because you know this quote universal truth. Truth, um,

00:13:55.800 --> 00:14:03.780 Georgeann Dau: I think that if we all pause for a moment. We can think back of moments in our life where I call it God

00:14:04.500 --> 00:14:17.190 Georgeann Dau: Has been speaking to us from the inside out, where we are, possibly in danger or we go to do something, and that place in our gut, we can feel

00:14:17.700 --> 00:14:31.440 Georgeann Dau: Like, and something is not right here. That's the collective consciousness. I'm talking about that we all have that to share in a level of truth.

00:14:32.010 --> 00:14:52.170 Georgeann Dau: And that's really why I'm so committed to this work. I'm you know one person at a time, you know, collectively, I think I mentioned the first show that you know God certainly is asking me to do larger groups at this time to open this up and talk about this because I'm

00:14:54.480 --> 00:15:07.860 Georgeann Dau: Our awareness of the existence of what we're talking about. And the relationship with the God of your understanding, whatever that is, for each person is crucial. At this time, with the world that we're living in.

00:15:09.090 --> 00:15:16.890 Georgeann Dau: Right, I'm hearing that way. And I'm seeing that we're feeling more and more disconnected from each other.

00:15:17.460 --> 00:15:35.970 Georgeann Dau: And in many ways, I think covert is an outward representation of that you know we're wearing masks. Now I'm you know that we're not so that we're not infecting each other, but in many ways for generations. Now we've been infecting each other with

00:15:37.440 --> 00:15:46.890 Georgeann Dau: meanness or a mean attitude, um, you know, not really being as present to one another is as we

00:15:47.460 --> 00:15:51.960 Georgeann Dau: Can be a recognizing that we're all connected. His brother and sister.

00:15:52.260 --> 00:16:04.140 Georgeann Dau: You know, you go into a diner and you would have a cup of tea. I mean, how many of us really reflect on looking in the person's eyes when they're ordering the cup of tea or a cup of coffee. This person is there.

00:16:04.620 --> 00:16:15.660 Georgeann Dau: You know what they're no different from us right being very present to each human being, every living creature that comes before us, um,

00:16:16.770 --> 00:16:19.170 Georgeann Dau: Yeah, so, um,

00:16:20.760 --> 00:16:24.060 Georgeann Dau: Yeah, I think this is important so

00:16:25.080 --> 00:16:30.540 Georgeann Dau: What, what did the process of discovering spirituality look like for you.

00:16:35.310 --> 00:16:49.800 Georgeann Dau: What was that, yeah, I've known I've known Danielle. I've had the honor of knowing there for most of her life. There are many great great great stories treasure to my art about this. Um, and

00:16:51.330 --> 00:17:00.330 Georgeann Dau: We will be taking a break we'll talk more about this when we come back. Thank you so much. Thanks for joining us.

00:17:01.920 --> 00:17:03.330 Georgeann Dau: To a journey through

00:17:04.380 --> 00:17:05.220 We'll be right back.

00:19:20.370 --> 00:19:21.330 Georgeann Dau: Welcome back.

00:19:23.010 --> 00:19:24.180 Georgeann Dau: To a journey through

00:19:25.410 --> 00:19:26.070 Georgeann Dau: Georgia and

00:19:27.120 --> 00:19:29.070 Georgeann Dau: We have with us today. Daniel was

00:19:30.090 --> 00:19:32.010 Georgeann Dau: One of my favorite people working on here.

00:19:33.270 --> 00:19:40.770 Georgeann Dau: So I'm Danny, um, I was just mentioning alone. I've known her all our lives all our lives.

00:19:42.660 --> 00:19:46.380 Georgeann Dau: So what was the process of your own spirituality

00:19:48.570 --> 00:19:49.020 Dani Waldman (she/her): Um,

00:19:50.880 --> 00:19:54.870 Dani Waldman (she/her): I think I was just thinking about this. So when I

00:19:55.890 --> 00:19:58.110 Dani Waldman (she/her): I think it started when I was a little girl.

00:19:59.460 --> 00:20:03.480 Dani Waldman (she/her): I was very sensitive and I felt a lot

00:20:04.950 --> 00:20:06.990 Dani Waldman (she/her): I felt people's energies.

00:20:09.270 --> 00:20:18.750 Dani Waldman (she/her): And I didn't really know what to make of it. And I think sometimes when there's children who we want to say Empath or

00:20:20.430 --> 00:20:31.470 Dani Waldman (she/her): You know, sensitive. I think all children are sensitive creatures. But I think sometimes it they can be told that they're emotional or too sensitive

00:20:32.400 --> 00:20:34.950 Georgeann Dau: Which there's no such thing as too sensitive, by the way.

00:20:35.070 --> 00:20:49.320 Dani Waldman (she/her): Right, no such thing, right. So, um, I think that I I felt a lot when I was when I was little, and I, I always felt a little out of place.

00:20:50.040 --> 00:21:06.690 Dani Waldman (she/her): Like I didn't fully belong. I didn't know where that was. I didn't really know what that meant. I couldn't really pinpoint it as a little girl. And even as a teenager, I mean other than having Teenage Emotions and and feeling like I didn't fit in.

00:21:07.860 --> 00:21:17.670 Dani Waldman (she/her): And I mean I you know I even think about conversations that I had with you, George and about about this sort of stuff. Um,

00:21:19.080 --> 00:21:19.590 Georgeann Dau: See ya.

00:21:20.190 --> 00:21:30.390 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah, I remember being in middle school and talking to you one time about something. I don't remember some sort of, you know, middle school problems and

00:21:31.200 --> 00:21:45.120 Dani Waldman (she/her): You. I remember you said this is a really hard time, I would not want to be really living through middle school and you would always say to me that you know i was i was like different

00:21:45.720 --> 00:21:47.760 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yes, I'm march to my own tune

00:21:47.880 --> 00:21:49.470 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yes, um,

00:21:50.100 --> 00:21:50.490 Dani Waldman (she/her): And I

00:21:51.750 --> 00:22:04.890 Dani Waldman (she/her): I think, you know, in regards to spirituality. So there was all of that. And then, you know, I would go to bookstores and I'd always find myself in the astrology section.

00:22:06.000 --> 00:22:27.060 Dani Waldman (she/her): Kind of looking at spirituality. I was always really intrigued by this and it just started to develop as I got older and when I was in my 20s, I had the deep desire to kind of go off and and do some soul searching

00:22:28.170 --> 00:22:39.630 Dani Waldman (she/her): And this was really one of the first maybe the first major decision I did solely on my own.

00:22:40.740 --> 00:23:03.450 Dani Waldman (she/her): going against the grain of of what I thought I quote unquote should be doing and I had a nine to five job at a nonprofit. I lived in Washington, DC. I had a very lovely life and I wanted more. I was, you know, I don't remember how old I was, I don't know 2626 2526

00:23:04.980 --> 00:23:13.470 Dani Waldman (she/her): And I was thirsting to just so just grasping for something that was more and

00:23:14.550 --> 00:23:23.130 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah, so I ended up doing some traveling and that was really, I would say the beginning of my own spiritual awakening experience.

00:23:23.700 --> 00:23:45.090 Dani Waldman (she/her): I started to meet lots of different types of people lived in different places, many different experiences and with that came a lot of unearthing a lot of discomfort. A lot of disappointing people and learning.

00:23:46.140 --> 00:23:58.170 Dani Waldman (she/her): That it's okay to disappoint. And that was something so hard for me. Even now, that's very, it's hard it's it feels hard to disappoint. And also it's it's a part of life.

00:23:59.970 --> 00:24:03.240 Georgeann Dau: Absolutely. Very good point. We can do all show on disappointment.

00:24:03.420 --> 00:24:10.830 Dani Waldman (she/her): I know, and you always told me that you always told me that you're going to disappoint people you disappoint the people that you love the most.

00:24:13.260 --> 00:24:27.630 Dani Waldman (she/her): And yeah, I just kept going deeper and asking the questions and sitting with it and having a lot of meltdowns, and you know my emotions and everything and then eventually I

00:24:29.370 --> 00:24:43.530 Dani Waldman (she/her): Started to sit in my own processing through therapy and I discovered coaching and I just, you know, I think this is just like could be such a long I could go into like a 30 minute explanation, but really, I was just following the breadcrumbs.

00:24:43.890 --> 00:24:52.470 Dani Waldman (she/her): That God says my spirit guides angels, loved ones ancestors whomever you you we each believe

00:24:52.860 --> 00:25:04.710 Dani Waldman (she/her): Was leaving me and I just followed it. See how it felt tried it on was like, this feels good. It doesn't feel good. We're just going to keep we're gonna keep going. And we're going to keep seeing what happens. And

00:25:05.520 --> 00:25:24.300 Dani Waldman (she/her): This is really how I'm continuing to live through life is following the breadcrumbs and then being like, you know what, I don't need it. Or like, yeah, actually, I want to learn more about this thing and and and I yeah just have chosen this path, and it's sometimes uncomfortable and

00:25:25.380 --> 00:25:27.060 Dani Waldman (she/her): I also truly really love it.

00:25:28.290 --> 00:25:36.150 Georgeann Dau: Beautiful. Yeah, if you're really living your own life, life can feel uncomfortable. Absolutely. Without question.

00:25:36.570 --> 00:25:52.980 Georgeann Dau: Because from zero to seven what we were trained to believe is the way to live from now. So we grew up in and the authority figures, once we start growing and changing and individuation you know individuation goes on.

00:25:54.840 --> 00:26:06.840 Georgeann Dau: Way peers to wait till you know there's people that are 2030 said really haven't. I don't think any of us at age to fully individually and as a matter of fact, they know we don't so

00:26:07.350 --> 00:26:13.770 Georgeann Dau: Um, you know, I just want to, you know, tell everyone because I'm just so proud Danielle is my step daughter and

00:26:14.880 --> 00:26:32.310 Georgeann Dau: When I had my conversion. Well, we are in the Catholic church before she became my step daughter and she was about three years old, and we were in in the pews, and she looked up at me and

00:26:33.390 --> 00:26:50.160 Georgeann Dau: She just kept on looking up at me and I was looking down at her and smiling and we always said such a incredibly deep connection. And then she came to me one day and she said, can I call you and so sweet and then it ended up where her father and I

00:26:51.450 --> 00:27:03.840 Georgeann Dau: Ended up getting married and Danielle, you know best gift in the world to be my my step through letter and spin, you know, quite a challenging

00:27:05.310 --> 00:27:25.260 Georgeann Dau: In many ways because we lost her father, a couple of years ago. So it was a heartbreak for for us and we miss him every day. And we're just grateful that we hold on to each other in his in his memory and then his name when incredible man he is right. Love you, Jerry. So, um,

00:27:26.640 --> 00:27:27.930 Georgeann Dau: So yeah, so I

00:27:29.040 --> 00:27:33.630 Georgeann Dau: Danny would make fun of me because of all the all the ways

00:27:34.680 --> 00:27:41.940 Georgeann Dau: That I would be making her essential oils and talking about you know God and you know by hitting the gong and

00:27:43.140 --> 00:27:49.440 Georgeann Dau: And you know so truly spiritually and you know to truly is. My, my, my daughter.

00:27:50.490 --> 00:28:07.620 Georgeann Dau: I don't even like to use the word step daughter, but she has a she does have a wonderful mom and who I embrace. Totally. And so I'm just fortunate to have what I have with her, although I you know she's my everything so

00:28:07.950 --> 00:28:16.740 Dani Waldman (she/her): I just want to say, I remember I love. Thank you for sharing that. So beautiful. But I remember being little whenever I was little, and I would be sick and you would you would be in the kitchen.

00:28:18.120 --> 00:28:30.300 Dani Waldman (she/her): You know, doing making an inhalation for me with essential oils and hot water and I would hate it and I was like, I don't want to do it and you're like, just do the inhalation, it's gonna make me feel better and I hated it and now

00:28:30.720 --> 00:28:37.260 Dani Waldman (she/her): You know, now here I am like trying to get my, my partner to do an inhalation when he's sick and I feel like I'm like you

00:28:38.820 --> 00:28:41.160 Georgeann Dau: So they're telling us we're gonna take a break.

00:28:42.420 --> 00:28:48.450 Georgeann Dau: That's great. So we'll be right back to a journey through thanks for joining us tonight see in a minute.

00:31:17.070 --> 00:31:18.210 Georgeann Dau: Hi, welcome back.

00:31:19.020 --> 00:31:20.700 Georgeann Dau: I'm Dr. George and our

00:31:21.990 --> 00:31:32.100 Georgeann Dau: Show is a journey through awareness and this is Daniel with us this evening. We're talking about truth and

00:31:33.450 --> 00:31:43.740 Georgeann Dau: All have different levels of truth and what is truth and when we are pursuing our truth when we feel that we have

00:31:45.510 --> 00:32:03.540 Georgeann Dau: A desire to explore what our truth is because it's really the exploration process that makes it uncomfortable. And then when we do partake in the truth and begin to live out of it. Those of those around us that

00:32:08.640 --> 00:32:11.640 Georgeann Dau: Have a little bit of a hard time accepting

00:32:14.460 --> 00:32:26.100 Georgeann Dau: What our truth is because they were used to us and certain way and there's a lot of reasons for that lot of psychological reasons which we don't have time to go into tonight but

00:32:28.140 --> 00:32:35.430 Georgeann Dau: That can make going towards our truth a little bit more difficult because like Danielle said in the last segment.

00:32:35.880 --> 00:32:49.950 Georgeann Dau: It's very hard for us to disappoint. So we had one way of viewing things and we discovered that it really wasn't on truth. But the people close to us in our lives really liked us that way liked us having that view.

00:32:51.270 --> 00:32:59.550 Georgeann Dau: But then we will begin to change and grow into the truth of who we believe we are and they have a hard time with that we do need to

00:33:00.750 --> 00:33:21.180 Georgeann Dau: Go towards what we believe is our truth. A unfolding about with spirit and soul and can have them feel disappointed in us and that's hard for all of us. None of us like to disappoint. But like Danny was saying it's a fact of life, we will always disappoint one another on some level, and

00:33:22.590 --> 00:33:23.790 Georgeann Dau: We disappoint each other.

00:33:25.170 --> 00:33:29.010 Georgeann Dau: It's just the way it is. If we want to be.

00:33:30.660 --> 00:33:38.640 Georgeann Dau: The fullness of who God made us to be. We're not talking about any malicious intent here. It's about an unfolding.

00:33:39.150 --> 00:34:01.410 Georgeann Dau: Of the depth of desire that lives in our heart to move towards what we believe we're being called to by God because I know Danny and myself, our true his desire is to move with and towards what God is calling us to and whatever that is. So, um,

00:34:03.780 --> 00:34:11.550 Georgeann Dau: What feels the most comfortable Danny for you and following your truth. And then, what makes you feel the most uncomfortable.

00:34:14.880 --> 00:34:15.360 Dani Waldman (she/her): Um,

00:34:18.450 --> 00:34:34.920 Dani Waldman (she/her): I think, well, let me start with what makes me feel most uncomfortable. So I think the thing that feels uncomfortable. Aside from potentially disappointing people, of course, there's the thing that is, you know, what are people going to say

00:34:37.320 --> 00:34:56.520 Dani Waldman (she/her): And you know now with social media it's it's it's like everyone knows everything, and for me and my line of work. I'm constantly putting my messaging out there. So I have moments where I think what will people say, What will my clients say what will this person say so it's really

00:34:57.600 --> 00:35:05.490 Dani Waldman (she/her): It's like this inner battle with my own stuff that I think is what's uncomfortable is

00:35:07.170 --> 00:35:11.430 Dani Waldman (she/her): Your stuff your inner stuff coming up to the surface.

00:35:11.760 --> 00:35:14.970 Georgeann Dau: Can you talk about what, what do you mean by inner stuff.

00:35:15.090 --> 00:35:21.420 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah, so you know your fears limiting beliefs.

00:35:23.640 --> 00:35:24.750 Dani Waldman (she/her): Trauma

00:35:25.980 --> 00:35:38.280 Dani Waldman (she/her): All you know all of those type of things like we were talking about digging into our inner landscape what as we start to go deep. It's like we take this broom and we just start sweeping inside of ourselves and

00:35:38.850 --> 00:35:43.620 Dani Waldman (she/her): Just flies up things fly out of the corners were like, Where, where did that come from, I

00:35:43.620 --> 00:35:49.050 Dani Waldman (she/her): Know that this thing was gone. It's back. So all of those kind of things. That's what I mean when I

00:35:49.110 --> 00:35:50.700 Dani Waldman (she/her): When I refer to stuff.

00:35:50.790 --> 00:35:52.110 Georgeann Dau: And there's always residue.

00:35:52.740 --> 00:35:56.880 Georgeann Dau: Always, we will think that we, we all like completion.

00:35:57.060 --> 00:36:17.010 Georgeann Dau: Yeah, and you know, we think that oh I dealt with that. So I put it in the box and put a ribbon on I'm going to put it on the shelf and that's done, there's always layers. And that's the blessing God made us with unlimited potential and in that discovery of potential

00:36:18.030 --> 00:36:23.250 Georgeann Dau: There will layers and those of us desiring to be on the journey with God.

00:36:25.200 --> 00:36:30.330 Georgeann Dau: Yes, those layers will be revealed layer by layer.

00:36:31.980 --> 00:36:43.440 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah. And, and I think that's the thing that a I think sometimes when we enter this work, and I know for myself I was sharing this with but my small group that I lead

00:36:44.130 --> 00:36:52.560 Dani Waldman (she/her): A couple weeks ago how, you know, when I first entered this I was like, I'm going to create a list of all the things that are

00:36:53.070 --> 00:37:04.200 Dani Waldman (she/her): Off with me and I'm going to tackle that list. I'm going to check it off. It's going to be done relationship with this person. It's fixed. You know, you go into the fixer mode.

00:37:05.280 --> 00:37:16.470 Dani Waldman (she/her): And then, you know, I got like a spiritual slap on the face and that's just not the way it works. And it truly is a lifelong journey and

00:37:17.760 --> 00:37:25.140 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah, I think that that's the thing that can feel uncomfortable, is that we, as humans, and we are you know society likes to be like

00:37:25.530 --> 00:37:35.070 Dani Waldman (she/her): Be super productive go from A to Z as quick as possible. This is successful, you have to be constantly doing stuff. So the idea of

00:37:35.370 --> 00:37:47.610 Dani Waldman (she/her): Sitting and moving through things with patience and being slow and knowing that this can come up again and it can come up in a new way and that can be so uncomfortable.

00:37:48.690 --> 00:38:00.210 Dani Waldman (she/her): And challenging. So I think when you asked me, What feels most uncomfortable and it's it's that it's kind of like battling myself.

00:38:02.040 --> 00:38:10.320 Dani Waldman (she/her): And being patient with the process and that the process is going to look. However, the process is going to look. Yeah.

00:38:11.190 --> 00:38:13.650 Georgeann Dau: Yeah. And before we move on to

00:38:15.090 --> 00:38:16.380 Georgeann Dau: What is what

00:38:18.000 --> 00:38:19.800 Georgeann Dau: feels most comfortable

00:38:21.060 --> 00:38:25.320 Georgeann Dau: Um, it's, it's interesting because

00:38:27.270 --> 00:38:33.240 Georgeann Dau: Anyway, good. There's so much I want to say, and I will. I don't want it to get Danny, it's more important, what you have to say.

00:38:33.540 --> 00:38:39.300 Dani Waldman (she/her): Well I you know I mean. What feels most comfortable. I don't know that I'm you know

00:38:40.890 --> 00:38:46.020 Dani Waldman (she/her): I think each of us the book The Artist's Way is really beautiful if if anyone

00:38:47.730 --> 00:38:58.710 Dani Waldman (she/her): Is feeling like they are interested in exploring their artistic side. The Artist's Way is so beautiful and talks about how all of us are artists and that really

00:38:59.580 --> 00:39:21.300 Dani Waldman (she/her): God source, whatever you want to call it is we are each channel where each channel for to create and to let it flow out whatever needs to flow out so um but anyway, that I think when I think about this work is its most comfortable

00:39:23.010 --> 00:39:26.670 Dani Waldman (she/her): Living in again like living in this place of truth, living in

00:39:27.840 --> 00:39:37.440 Dani Waldman (she/her): What feels authentic to my soul being a channel for God and living with that.

00:39:40.020 --> 00:40:04.140 Dani Waldman (she/her): And also that we are all humans, we are all messy and that it's okay like it's all okay and you know none of us have it figured out to a tee. And yeah, I mean, that's what I always tell people I work with. I'm like, I'm trying to figure this out right along next to you. That's good. So, yeah.

00:40:05.760 --> 00:40:08.490 Georgeann Dau: Beautiful. Yeah. In the

00:40:10.710 --> 00:40:11.130 You know,

00:40:14.640 --> 00:40:18.510 Georgeann Dau: God sent His Son Jesus walked the face of the earth.

00:40:20.310 --> 00:40:45.330 Georgeann Dau: Guided so much with that. But for us to see how it would be to be human, as we would strive with God's help coming into our own to discover our own divinity, because God lives in us and through us and for us to ask where God is is like a fish asking where the water is

00:40:48.480 --> 00:40:49.140 Georgeann Dau: So,

00:40:51.480 --> 00:41:04.620 Georgeann Dau: In the original Greek texts and I'm bringing this up, Danny because you were talking about the brooms sleeping out what's old they speak of it is what's called ketosis. Ketosis is

00:41:06.510 --> 00:41:34.470 Georgeann Dau: The process of plumbing the depths of the well plumbing the depths of ourselves the depths of what's inside of us breaking through that hard impacted soil that hard compacted soil to loosen it up and break it up so that in the loosening of it. It can come up

00:41:35.580 --> 00:41:39.780 Georgeann Dau: And in that we died the full self.

00:41:41.370 --> 00:41:44.520 Georgeann Dau: Which is Jesus on the cross.

00:41:45.660 --> 00:41:46.380 Georgeann Dau: And

00:41:47.940 --> 00:41:51.270 Georgeann Dau: We are transmuted and transfigured.

00:41:54.480 --> 00:42:10.470 Georgeann Dau: As we transcend and we go through the dying and the rising all the time as part of our growth and development. We have to die to what is old and not working.

00:42:11.490 --> 00:42:11.850 Georgeann Dau: What

00:42:13.200 --> 00:42:17.880 Georgeann Dau: isn't supporting our growth and development and path.

00:42:19.140 --> 00:42:20.310 Georgeann Dau: It has to die.

00:42:21.510 --> 00:42:34.500 Georgeann Dau: As we grow into a closer and fuller place of God in us. So it's a rising and dying a rising and dying as we live our lives.

00:42:36.720 --> 00:42:37.290 Georgeann Dau: And

00:42:38.700 --> 00:42:42.960 Georgeann Dau: One of the things I love about being Catholic and again I chose this

00:42:43.590 --> 00:42:52.470 Georgeann Dau: God chose me. You know, when people say, what about your journey. I didn't really choose anything. You know, it was really God was seeking me as God does all of us.

00:42:53.430 --> 00:43:11.070 Georgeann Dau: But if there's a richness to the. It's a beautiful face the richness of the art of the colors of the the antiquity, the history and, of course, for me, the truth of what Jesus did, and who he is.

00:43:13.500 --> 00:43:36.720 Georgeann Dau: And died to give us the Holy Spirit, so that in us and through us. We can awaken because Jesus said, I have to go do this so that I can maybe, apparently, which is the helper. So we have the Holy Spirit in us that moves in us and speaks to us from the inside as well as the outside in.

00:43:39.630 --> 00:43:41.070 Georgeann Dau: But truly

00:43:42.180 --> 00:43:42.780 Georgeann Dau: Yes.

00:43:43.860 --> 00:43:52.200 Georgeann Dau: I think it's a grace. What I was saying about Catholicism Christianity. It is a blessing and a grace to be able to become uncomfortable.

00:43:54.450 --> 00:44:03.000 Georgeann Dau: You know, and in psychoanalysis. This is some of the things that I help people with is to be able to recognize that we're not our feelings.

00:44:05.250 --> 00:44:17.610 Georgeann Dau: We're not at all of the things that we would like to define us the hair. The clothes the makeup my education. This that none of it defines us our feelings don't define us

00:44:18.150 --> 00:44:28.440 Georgeann Dau: The only thing that defines us is love. That's it. And the only thing we take with us when we leave here is what we've given nothing else. And, you know,

00:44:29.610 --> 00:44:51.060 Georgeann Dau: In this place, the more work we do, the more capacity, the more depth in the work delving deeper that we do, the more of a capacity, we can have to be uncomfortable as we die to the false self.

00:44:52.080 --> 00:44:53.880 Georgeann Dau: And let the true self emerge.

00:44:55.200 --> 00:45:03.150 Georgeann Dau: So I think it's important to be able to be uncomfortable. Yeah, Danny. That's what I got out of what you're saying. So, um,

00:45:04.230 --> 00:45:12.000 Georgeann Dau: What if someone doesn't agree with you, a truth. What if someone doesn't agree with it. What if someone doesn't embrace it.

00:45:14.190 --> 00:45:14.610 Yeah.

00:45:16.440 --> 00:45:17.100 I mean,

00:45:19.080 --> 00:45:23.730 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah, that happens that absolutely happens and

00:45:25.170 --> 00:45:35.130 Dani Waldman (she/her): We have a choice. We always have. We have a choice with that and the choices. I can continue to honor myself or

00:45:36.210 --> 00:45:38.370 Dani Waldman (she/her): I can bend for this person.

00:45:39.540 --> 00:45:44.940 Dani Waldman (she/her): So what do I what do I want to do, and someone doesn't agree with it.

00:45:46.200 --> 00:46:05.370 Dani Waldman (she/her): It's, yeah, this has happened to me many times it's so uncomfortable and it her and it can be hurtful, especially when it's someone that we really love and it's uncomfortable. So, you know, we can be with the feelings like you always say to me be with the feelings and continue to

00:46:06.600 --> 00:46:23.670 Dani Waldman (she/her): Live in that space of truth speak that truth. And I think right now with everything that's happening in the world. Many people are speaking their truth and saying what they want to say. And it's not sitting with everyone.

00:46:25.260 --> 00:46:25.800 Georgeann Dau: And

00:46:31.860 --> 00:46:45.360 Georgeann Dau: Like, I think the differences between us all are really important. And not everyone is going to embrace what we're talking about. Not everyone is going to embrace it, it doesn't make

00:46:46.620 --> 00:46:57.900 Georgeann Dau: Them wrong and us right at all. It doesn't mean anything like that. It's a difference. And if everyone could just allow the difference to exist.

00:46:58.410 --> 00:47:15.690 Georgeann Dau: And embrace it in the fullness that we're all connected. We're just different. It would be a very different place to live. It doesn't make me wrong and memorize them right and it has nothing to do with that. But if we would just

00:47:17.370 --> 00:47:20.460 Georgeann Dau: Recognize that we're all love and

00:47:21.480 --> 00:47:24.660 Georgeann Dau: Come from that in a place of acceptance.

00:47:27.870 --> 00:47:35.070 Georgeann Dau: We can let another be we can net let another live we can let another live

00:47:36.990 --> 00:47:37.290 You know,

00:47:38.760 --> 00:47:42.720 Georgeann Dau: I think there were so many challenges with that.

00:47:44.160 --> 00:47:47.610 Georgeann Dau: And generally what we need to judge

00:47:49.170 --> 00:47:54.180 Georgeann Dau: Is inside of ourselves that we haven't reconciled. So we projected outward

00:47:55.230 --> 00:47:55.800 Georgeann Dau: And

00:47:57.360 --> 00:48:13.170 Georgeann Dau: We look to make wrong outwardly that we cannot look at ourselves and face. So we're going to take a couple minute break. And I want to thank you for joining us tonight and we'll be right back.

00:50:36.780 --> 00:50:38.130 Georgeann Dau: Hi, welcome back.

00:50:39.360 --> 00:50:40.680 Georgeann Dau: To the journey through

00:50:42.000 --> 00:50:47.160 Georgeann Dau: I'm Dr. George and down when we have Daniel world made with us tonight so

00:50:51.600 --> 00:51:06.360 Georgeann Dau: We often think that there's a place to get to know there's a woman I know is just so terrific or so and you know she's always looking to and she's changed Latins way.

00:51:07.950 --> 00:51:16.380 Georgeann Dau: To arrive somewhere, you know, we're on this journey we're all looking to arrive somewhere. Um, and

00:51:18.120 --> 00:51:18.540 Georgeann Dau: You know,

00:51:19.560 --> 00:51:40.740 Georgeann Dau: We like to think that there's an endpoint, you know, many times for me when I look at that many times, this isn't in this woman's case. But when I look at it as a as an overall picture or footprint that our ego loves to our ego doesn't want to change, but our ego.

00:51:43.770 --> 00:51:56.730 Georgeann Dau: Loves to be able to go wow I did that right. Good job. Good job. And there's nothing wrong with acknowledging where we've where we've come from and you know where we've landed in the moment, but

00:51:59.220 --> 00:52:11.250 Georgeann Dau: I think we we sort of count on that there's an endpoint that we're headed right how do we learn to be in the presence, while we're looking forward to the future.

00:52:13.380 --> 00:52:21.180 Dani Waldman (she/her): Danny. Yeah, well, we definitely love to like to look to the future and plan and

00:52:22.800 --> 00:52:28.560 Dani Waldman (she/her): Think about all the things that we have to do. We love the doing like I said before, you know, this is also

00:52:31.260 --> 00:52:43.710 Dani Waldman (she/her): The systems that are around us and what we've been told is right and successful. And yeah, so I just, I also want to name that because I think that's really important.

00:52:45.780 --> 00:52:55.710 Dani Waldman (she/her): And I think, again, bringing it back into the body is really helpful and supportive

00:52:56.430 --> 00:53:04.680 Dani Waldman (she/her): As we start to think about all the things that we have to do. And when we start to feel like there's an end point, there's a point that we have to get to. It's like the

00:53:05.400 --> 00:53:24.030 Dani Waldman (she/her): I like to call it the if then context. So it's like if I have this thing, then I'll get what I need. If I have the relationship, the clothes. The, the house. The, the fancy job.

00:53:25.170 --> 00:53:36.570 Dani Waldman (she/her): Then I'll be happy and we're always trying to reach this you know thing of happiness. And that's what we've been told, we should all be happy all the time.

00:53:38.100 --> 00:53:41.430 Georgeann Dau: Which is so true like

00:53:42.900 --> 00:53:44.820 Georgeann Dau: Life isn't about being happy. Oh.

00:53:44.850 --> 00:53:56.580 Dani Waldman (she/her): Totally. Totally. And I remember saying this to you again. There are so many conversations that we've had that, you know, our little imprints in my, in my my brain and

00:53:57.330 --> 00:54:05.100 Dani Waldman (she/her): I remember, I remember saying to once I just want to be happy with this thing and you were like, it's not about being happy.

00:54:05.730 --> 00:54:15.150 Dani Waldman (she/her): And you know, I really get it, I get it. And, and when I first started this work. When I first got into coaching. I was all about positivity and

00:54:15.540 --> 00:54:23.550 Dani Waldman (she/her): Like, let's just you feel sad. We're just going to journal our way out of it. We're going to, we're going to do a bunch of mindset work, and now I'm just like,

00:54:24.390 --> 00:54:36.240 Dani Waldman (she/her): Well, we're going to talk about all the things that are uncomfortable and go into the deep dark depths of the underworld and a lot of people are just kind of thinking, I don't really want to know thing. So I'm going to pass on that. But anyway, um,

00:54:37.290 --> 00:54:52.230 Dani Waldman (she/her): Yeah, I think that's something to recognize, you know, when we and and I do this all the time. I think if I have, you know, X amount of clients. Then I'm not going to have any worries and it's it's not, that's not reality there's always something else.

00:54:53.850 --> 00:55:02.070 Dani Waldman (she/her): And I, and I think the thing, the gift that we can give ourselves, which is so much about what we're talking about. And the premises of this podcast is

00:55:02.910 --> 00:55:13.560 Dani Waldman (she/her): Is because bringing a state of awareness into our space learning more about ourselves being with it, making mistakes, recognizing

00:55:14.070 --> 00:55:29.220 Dani Waldman (she/her): And you know, when we recognize it's not like we have to change. We don't have to change all the things we're just recognizing it and and ask ourselves those questions. And over time, we start to see that the observation bring some type of action.

00:55:30.300 --> 00:55:45.330 Georgeann Dau: Yes, yes. And I love the word action instead of reaction, because the more we become awake, the more we become aware, then we have a truer view of who you're

00:55:46.140 --> 00:56:04.560 Georgeann Dau: A view of what we want our life to be about and we begin to choose how we want to show up in the world instead of reacting to the outer world in a way where we are uncomfortable from within.

00:56:05.220 --> 00:56:22.170 Georgeann Dau: Looking to projected outward. And that's a whole nother show on its own so Danny is so we have to end. I could be here with you all night. So, hello, great to spend time with you this way. Thank you so much for being our guest, would you come back on again.

00:56:22.500 --> 00:56:32.070 Dani Waldman (she/her): I would love to. This was so much fun. I could talk about this stuff for hours. So anytime you want. I will do it. Thank you so much for having me. I hope

00:56:32.070 --> 00:56:36.240 Dani Waldman (she/her): Everyone enjoyed and just so grateful. Thank you so much.

00:56:36.270 --> 00:56:46.470 Georgeann Dau: Thank you so much. Thank you. God bless. Let us end in a real brief prayer, if I may, I don't know if we have time, but I'm going to try

00:56:48.150 --> 00:56:57.180 Georgeann Dau: Oh, great love. Thank you for living and loving in us and through us may all that we do flow from our deep connection with you and or beings.

00:56:57.570 --> 00:57:14.490 Georgeann Dau: Help us become a community that vulnerability shares each other's burdens and the weight of glory, knowing that you are hearing us better than we are speaking we offer all our prayers in all the holy names of God.

00:57:15.540 --> 00:57:16.080 Georgeann Dau: Amen.

00:57:18.510 --> 00:57:28.170 Georgeann Dau: Thank you so much. I could have certainly prayed a little differently. But I wanted, I always feel a little rushed at the end because I don't want to run over.

00:57:28.590 --> 00:57:39.690 Georgeann Dau: Thank you so much. And I want to thank everyone on board to make this broadcast available to us. They do a great job. Thanks, Sam. Okay. Good night.

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