Gossiping Ain’t Gonna Get You There So Knock It Off
Gossiping Ain't Gonna Get You There, So Knock It Off

Gossiping Ain’t Gonna Get You There So Knock It Off

Gossiping ain’t gonna get you there, so knock it off! Not only is gossiping ugly, nasty and mean, but it will also ensure your greatness never arrives. Gossiping will strip you of your manifestation abilities by cluttering your mind with everyone else’s business. You’ve got enough going on in your own life and your piece of mind is a critical aspect of manifestation. Injecting everyone else’s business into your life is more destructive than you think! How do you stop habitual gossip? We have the answer on today’s episode.

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Show Time [13:30]

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Key Takeaways:

  • Why is gossiping so destructive to us?
  • How can we stop gossiping if we find ourselves guilty of it?
  • Don’t be so hard on yourself, everyone has gossiped a time or two. It’s in our “Tribal Mentality” DNA.
  • Act like the person you are talking about is “standing there” and can hear every word you are saying (this will encourage you to reconsider this destructive behavior)

Episode Timeline:

  • [01:00] Gossiping enhances a sense of shared perspective and acts as “social glue”
  • [02:42] Gossip is a default program
  • [03:25] Why gossiping MUST stop
  • [04:13] How to stop gossiping if you find yourself engaged in this behavior
  • [07:04] Question of the Day
  • [11:45] Outro

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Standout Quotes:

  • “Gossip doesn’t hurt the person you are gossiping about as much as it will hurt you. Gossiping will strip you of your manifestation abilities. Your mind MUST be clutter free to manifest and gossiping only pollutes your mind with other peoples nonsense.” – Philip Isaac
  • “Act like the person you are about to gossip about is the person you are talking to. This will help you reconsider your words.” – Philip Isaac
  • “Make a consequence that mandates you tell the person you gossiped about what you said about them. This will certainly prevent you from passing on juicy information.” – Philip Isaac

Incredible Questions to Ask Yourself:

  • Are you currently involved in a “Gossiping Ring?”
  • If I leave this “Gossiping Ring” am I going to become a target of their “sessions?”
  • Do I want to be friends with people like that?
  • Can I afford to forgo my greatness just so I can be included by a group of people that have nothing better to do than say ugly things about others?

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"I hope there are days that excite you like when you were a little kid. I hope the oceans on our planet enable you to feel the magnitude of what our Universe has in store for you. I hope you laugh and cry tears of gratitude every single day." - Philip Isaac