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The Brilliance Within - The Open-Hearted, Balanced Male

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Living in an open-hearted, balanced way brings about greater joy, peace and calm in life, and strengthens the connections and quality of relationships with others and ourselves.

This week we will have a roundtable discussion with Steve Beckow, Wes Annac, and host, Graham Dewyea - representing three generations - to discuss the open-hearted, balanced male.

The stereotypical attributes of the western male – the image of the stoic, tough, independent male where we stuff our feelings, and try to embody an us vs them, a dog eat dog, never let them see you sweat world no longer works.

What does it mean to be an open-hearted, balanced male? How do we communicate? How do we access and express our feelings in a helpful way? How do we direct our power and strength for the good of all? How do we live and behave so that we can experience a peaceful, loving existence with ourselves and others?

We'll talk about vulnerability, forgiveness, working with conflict, mindful communication, transparency, staying in our center, accessing and sharing feelings, peaceful assertion, being the observer, empathy, putting up healthy boundaries with others, the divine male and divine female, intuition and more.

Join host Graham Dewyea every Monday at 7pm ET for The Brilliance Within as he discusses and explores with guests the unfoldment and realization of our greatest potential as humans.

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Music: Rene Aubry, La grande cascade

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