The Blessing of Suffering with Hal Elrod - AMP #202

The fact that I sat down with Hal Elrod to record this podcast is in itself a miracle. Hal is not only a cancer survivor, but he also thrived through a near deadly car crash that left him paralyzed...or so the doctors thought. Hal views these tragedies as blessings and explains the secret to alchemize the bad into good. Hal is the author of a new book, The Miracle Equation, out now everywhere.

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  • One of the best podcasts I have ever had the pleasure of listening too,my sister suffers from depression and has done for so many years always has the (I’m a victim of everything in life )mantra,I’m hoping I can persuade her to listen and absorb this wonderful piece,
    My gratitude and best wishes.
    John

    John
  • One of the best podcasts I have ever had the pleasure of listening too,my sister suffers from depression and has done for so many years always has the (I’m a victim of everything in life )mantra,I’m hoping I can persuade her to listen and absorb this wonderful piece,
    My gratitude and best wishes.
    John

    John
  • The best part of this podcast was when he admitted that his fear was his insecurity of not being accepted and feeing like he’s uncool and still in high school. That he didn’t fit in. The rest was a little force fed like airplane food to a stubborn child. I commend all that he has battled through and has accomplished. Truly remarkable and believe his intentions are just in trying to turn others into believers. Aubrey may have even had to catch himself a few times to remind himself that deep down this guy isn’t here just to sell his book… but it’s funny even within that small irritation of how this guy repeatedly discussed his trials that it teaches us to acknowledge that Hal Possibly has an underlying need for approval of success from others. Which helps us recognize we all just need some love and to be noticed. Despite being annoyed at times it helps me personally to reflect that we at some point have been Hal being dealt a poor hand and want to be told you’re doing the best you can. This may have been one of my least favorite interviews on the site but in the end still offered a lot to learn from lol. Thank you as always for these insightful teachings.

    Brian Shinn

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