LeAnn Rimes on Music, Meditation, and Mindfulness
TRUE SELF-LOVE IS THE KEY TO LIFE.
Are you insecure and in resistance to yourself?
It’s such an exhausting way to live.
Instead of feelings of self-hatred, start to view everything you don’t like about yourself as a gift.
Because once you start to love yourself, you can begin to love others.
It sounds like a cliche. But it’s the truth.
Self-love is a truly powerful practice.
When we start to work on our inside, the outside starts to fix itself.
On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk with someone who has dealt with stardom from a young age and is learning to love herself fully: LeAnn Rimes.
LeAnn Rimes is a Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter, actress and author. Rimes rose to stardom at age 13 following the release of her version of the Bill Mack song “Blue.” Her hit song “How Do I Live” was ranked as the most successful song of the 1990s by Billboard magazine.
LeAnn has gone through a very public divorce and has opened up about her struggle with psoriasis and dental problems.
She talks about all the trauma she experienced and how she started to work through it using chanting, meditation, and breathwork.
So get ready to learn about LeAnn’s journey to focus less on pleasing those around her and find her own voice on Episode 719.
Some Questions I Ask:
What was your biggest challenge? (7:50)
When did you start to go through your trauma? (13:31)
What were the stories that your mind told you that supported your journey and what made you suffer? (20:25)
What is the greatest lesson you’ve learned from your failed marriage? (42:05)
Have you been able to heal your experience with your parents? (47:15)
How do you overcome the pressure of staying relevant? (49:40)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How to use self-awareness as a tool to grow (18:42)
Why your greatest competition is yourself (23:48)
LeAnn’s struggle with Psoriasis (24:29)
The daily practice you can do to love your body (27:57)
How working with a breathwork teacher changed Leann’s life (32:39)
Why gratitude is the key (34:37)
How loving yourself can help you love others (48:36)
How LeAnn stays in touch with her creativity (54:26)