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Sponsored: Inhabiting Life + Tips For A Transformational Experience

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about this quote from poet Christian Wilman: “Let us remember… that in the end, we go to poetry for one reason, so that we might more fully inhabit our lives and the world in which we live them, and that if we more fully inhabit these things, we might be less apt to destroy both.”

ButterflyChristian isn’t just talking about poems and prose here. What he’s trying to say is that art, creativity and things that inspire thought help us engage with our lives so that we treat our existence with more care, respect and joy. When we inhabit our lives, we give them a deeper meaning.

There is a big difference between talking about “Inhabiting Life” and actually doing it. You see, the doing is really in the being and the being is all about paying attention. When we take time to look, listen, see, feel and taste what is right in front of us we are inhabiting life and the delicious present moment.

Many of us become stuck by the stories we tell ourselves around the circumstances of our lives. As a result we can become closed off to experiencing the world in a different, more positive, light.

In my coaching practice, workshops and on Harvesting Happiness Talk Radio, I love sharing keys to transcending adversity and achieving joyful growth in spite of the curveballs life throws our way. If you’re currently seeking new ways of viewing an old story, I’d love to invite you to transform the way you look at life by joining me at Mastering The Art of TransformationBreaking Through Your Invisible Blocks to Health, Wealth and Happiness with Host Linda Stewart, a complimentary 21-day Audio-Summit that begins on August 7th.

Nothing gives happiness like a FREE gift and you can un-wrap yours by simply clicking here to register. Join Linda and me at this very special event, along with 20 other hand-selected experts who will be exploring the keys to overcoming diverse personal limitations for greater wisdom in facing challenges. There is nothing being sold, just great information and tools for transformation and growth being shared.

For an example of the type of great tools we’ll sharing, here are the top 5 practical tips I use to transform my own challenges and share with clients, at workshops and radio show listeners around the globe:

  1. Honestly identify the fact (truths) and fiction (myths) of what keeps us stuck and in victim consciousness.
  2. Create a supportive environment that fosters growth and transformation.
  3. Celebrate the blessings of adversity as the gift that cannot be bought.
  4. Forgiveness frees up human hard drive in order the flourish.
  5. How do you wish to be remembered… survivor or thriver?

If you enjoyed these simple and constructive tips and want to know more, join me by registering for this fabulous free Audio-Summit that includes my presentation as well as 20 other great sessions with innovative thought-leaders and game-changers.

Join Linda and me at this very special event, along with 20 other hand-selected experts who will be exploring the keys to overcoming diverse personal limitations for greater wisdom in facing challenges. There is nothing being sold, just great information and tools for transformation and growth being shared.

Linda’s interview with me goes live on August 8th @12pm PDT. There is no charge for this event and every single expert has a valuable free gift, myself included, as an added bonus for each listener. Each interview will be available for 72 hours after its broadcast for on-demand portable inspiration at your convenience from the comfort and privacy of wherever you happen to be. Looking forward to “seeing” you at Mastering The Art of Transformation.

Remember…Happiness is an inside job®! Happiness is YOUR inside job!

With big gratitude and huge heart,



This sponsored blog post was written by Lisa Cypers Kamen in support of the Mastering The Art of Transformation Audio-Summit. The opinions and text of this post belong to Lisa Cypers Kamen.

Lisa Cypers Kamen

Lisa Cypers Kamen is a filmmaker, positive psychology coach, author, host of Harvesting Happiness Talk Radio, professor and lecturer specializing in the field of sustainable happiness. She is widely recognized as an expert on the subject. Lisa’s acclaimed documentary film co-produced with her now fifteen year-old daughter, Kayla, “H-Factor…Where is your heart?” explores how people in varied circumstances find, generate and share happiness. In addition to her film on happiness, Lisa has also published a number of articles and books entitled, Got Happiness Now?, Are We Happy Yet?, Leadership: Helping Others to Succeed and Reintegration Strategies, about combat trauma and using positive psychology principles to create wellness in a post-war new normal. Lisa’s written work is featured on blogs for the Huffington Post, and and she is a TEDx community event speaker. In addition, she is the Happiness Expert for the Florida Department of Citrus/ Florida Orange Juice in its Take on the Day campaign.

Harvesting Happiness for Heroes™ is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that delivers stigma-free integrated combat trauma recovery services to warriors and their loved ones. Modalities include scientifically proven strengths based Positive Psychology coaching and interdisciplinary tools such as film, yoga, meditation, art and creative writing designed to mindfully empower the client to achieve increased self-mastery, self-esteem and reclaim her/his life. HH4Heroes focuses on the balance of mind, body and emotion resulting in greater overall wellbeing and the transformation of Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) into Post-Traumatic Growth (PTG). HH4Heroes offers retreat workshops, one-on-one coaching, Battle Buddy programs, as well as our new R.E.B.O.O.T Online virtual community coaching classrooms designed to reach underserved areas. In addition, HH4Heroes deploys Return to Duty™ civilian and corporate training to help welcome a warrior home and into the community and workplace.

Lisa is committed to teaching Happiness is an inside job™ and helping others end their needless suffering through intentionally cultivating greater joy.

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