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Stefan Ravalli bio:
Forever studying masterful humans and the art of service the world over to bring their practices to our (sometimes “service-deficient”) culture, Stefan Ravalli combines all that with his expertise in meditation, mindfulness, and communication/listening to raise the game of service professionals – and anyone looking to upgrade how they connect with others (and themselves).
Learning meditation was a game-changer for Stefan. It gave him the inner strength to be his unique self (without the negative self-talk!), connect with others better, and live a healthy happy life. Meditation also makes you realize your potential and gives you the fearlessness to pursue bigger and better things you never thought possible, so Stefan left a leadership role at a high-profile bar/restaurant to India to teach meditation.
After doing that for years and deepening his tea ceremony practice, Stefan realized that the art of service was the richest path of self-cultivation available to him. Serving anything anywhere was the best way to apply and accelerate all the upgrades he got from meditation. So he started Serve Conscious to bring these tools and practices to anyone where service is part of their life – to awaken us to the power of service as a means of growth and self-mastery.
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Episode 20 Show Notes
3:06 Why is the concept of hypocrisy actually profound?
7:06 Is hypocrisy based in toxic shame?
12:35 What our normal reactions to hypocrisy say about us
16:35 Can you separate the teacher from his teachings?
21:42 What makes you a true hypocrite?
24:55 This happens when you really try to understand people you disagree with
27:56 What happens when you blame others for the emotions that you feel
30:41 What you should do when you find yourself frequently triggered