September 21, 2017
In this episode, the Roundtable discusses how fear can distort your perception of reality. How do you know if you're perceiving reality accurately? Sometimes you see things one way, but really, they're totally different. What causes this confusion? It's always fear. When you feel fear, you perceive that there is some danger lurking. When the fear is irrational, then the illusion of danger is not real. How can you know what the real reality is? You can trust in your emotional guidance system! The question this week comes from Allyson who thinks that a friend is mad at her and she doesn't know why.
PSA -- Episode 89 transitioned to the nonphysical and thus has been skipped in our sequence.
September 14, 2017
In the episode, the Roundtable discusses two approaches to life: the old approach that we learn as kids, which is fear and controlling, and the new approach which is allowing and love. You either approach life from a controlling, dualistic mindset, fearing everything and seeing things as good or bad. The new approach to life is completely different and comes with a new mindset. Rather than fearing everything, we now see that everything that comes to us, is for us. Instead of trying to control the conditions so that we can feel good, we allow the conditions to be however they will be, and we consciously interpret those conditions and process our fears.
September 6, 2017
In this episode, the Joshua Roundtable gang discusses the Question of the Week, where Julie hit a mailbox while looking down at her phone. She wasn't upset about the event, and simply deals with the consequences. However, telling her husband was what made her nervous about the accident. As everything is for her, she uses this concept everyday and is curious as to how the event was really for her.
August 30, 2017
We all know the feeling of inspiration. It seems like such an overwhelming and exciting idea that you can’t think about anything else. You just want to do it, whatever it takes. But does inspiration only come in packages of extreme excitement, or could inspiration be more subtle? It turns out that most of the time inspiration is a lot more subtle than you think. If you’re like me, you’re constantly noticing aligned numbers on a clock. What makes you look at the clock at 333 and 444? That’s inspiration. It’s very subtle, but something made you turn your attention to the clock at that exact time.
Today Julie, a One on One student, asks a question about inspiration and we will hear what Joshua says about it.
August 24, 2017
In this episode, Joshua talks about avoiding mistakes. We all spend a lot of time avoiding mistakes and making sure that nothing goes wrong. We are careful with the decisions we make because we believe that wrong decisions can create unwanted conditions. This week, Alette asked Joshua how to avoid mistakes at work. She is a translator for a law firm and it is important that she doesn't make any mistakes, because there would be legal ramifications. We will talk about mistakes and what Joshua has to say about the subject. If you have been paying any attention to these podcasts, you probably already know what they are going to say.
August 16, 2017
The way you live the unlimited life you intended to live is by getting really good at processing fear. As we expand, we face fear. We have a choice. We can either process this fear and move on or we can remain limited by fear. Joshua talks endlessly about the importance of processing fear. This week we will talk more about why it is so important to approach fear from a higher perspective.
Unless you can get good at moving through fear, fear will continue to limit your experience of life. If you are receivng inspiration to act, but your fears stop you, then you ca’t get to the vibrational place where your desires will unfold. Since nearly every fear we face is an irrational fear, we must all start to get better at processing fear.
July 22, 2017
This week the gang discusses their wobbles and how they're learning to let go of control and allow, even in the face of fear. When we change our perspective and focus on loving what is, the universe takes care of the details and brings us more of what we love. Joshua expounds on this idea and more in an answer to a question from One on One student Alette.
June 29, 2017
Last week we talked about potential. All thoughts and ideas exist in the nonphysical and when we raise our vibration to the vicinity of a new idea, the idea is released. We receive the idea or the thought. We can then manifest that idea into physical reality. We can turn the idea into a tangible thing or experience. So the potential for every invention or break-through idea exists and we have the ability to unlock the idea and bring it down to earth, so to speak. But what about our own, individual potential? Can we become a vibrational match to our potential? The answer is.... Yes!
This is an idea that has been talked about a lot this week. Are we born with certain potential and if so, how do we unlock that potential? We will use a question Astrid asked this week. It was her very last One on One question and the idea of potential is explained in Joshua’s answer.
June 21, 2017
What is potential? Do we have potential as individual humans, as a group of humans, or as a mass consciousness? How does potentiality fit into the mechanism of physical reality?
It turns out that physical reality is a mechanism and the purpose of that system is to bring forth the potential of anything into a tangible manifested thing. If all thoughts and ideas already exist then those thoughts and ideas that have yet to be in our reality exist as the potential. Our role as human creators is to bring forth the potential of something we desire into our reality.
This is what Isabelle’s question was about this week and Joshua’s answer was so interesting I thought that we would spend this episode talking about this very leading-edge subject.EP
June 15, 2017
On the show this week, we read an excerpt from the new book, An Authentic Life. In this passage, Joshua gives a detailed description of the process of receiving inspiration and then analyzing the fear that arises around taking action. It demonstrates how the fear causes an illusion of danger that tends to stop us from taking action. If we can see through the illusion, we can take the step that's right in front of us.