The onset of COVID-19 put the unawakened into a collective dark night of the soul, and nearly a year later, many are still reeling from the trauma.
However, that same trauma could become a source of light to those who look.
With pain and pressure comes the opportunity for growth.
Given everything we’ve experienced over the past year, there’s never been a better time for people to awaken not only to what they’ve been doing wrong all along, but also to the amount of untapped power they hold.
How can we start seeing the positives in every experience we go through as beings, good and bad?
Could our trauma turn out to be the best thing that’s ever happened to us?
In this episode, international fitness and health coach and founder of BOD Company™, Alli Covington shares why our tribulations are a blessing in disguise.
The changing landscape was headed this way anyway, it just got a swift kick in the ass, and it’s been good because a lot of people really needed to wake up.
Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- How COVID-19 has helped the human race
Gone are the days when the sick care system could claim to cure us while we sat idly by. Now, more than ever before, people are waking up to the reality that our health is our responsibility, and we have to be proactive about our wellness.
- Why hitting rock bottom is more empowering than we realize
Once we’ve experienced our lowest points, the only way is up. It’s only after we’ve faced the depths of pain head-on that we’re able to move forward, and once we do, there’s no going back.
- The purpose of trauma
Our souls decide what they want to experience in this lifetime, and that means everything happens for a reason. Stop trying to fight the dark night of the soul, and start paying attention to the lesson it shares.
Alli Covington is the founder of BOD Company™.
An international fitness and health coach, Alli struggled with her weight as a child, and as a result of her breakthrough she’s passionate about helping others improve their fitness and rebuild their confidence.
In 2009 she began writing the personal training and physical therapy algorithm her software is based on today, and now she helps clients across the US and several other countries become the best versions of themselves.
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