0001: Understanding the Relationship between Knowledge and Awareness

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In this episode, we are going to talk about the difference between knowledge and awareness. Awareness is what allows the light bulb to flash. As we really practice this and build our muscles around our awareness skills, the idea is to close that gap so we can switch into awareness much more quickly and apply awareness and understanding before we get into something that we regret.

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  • [01:27] —Do you remember James Arthur Ray? Well he’s been in the news again lately.
  • [05:34] —Aware Appreciation.
  • [07:42] —Are you still scratching your head a bit . . . wondering what it means to be aware? Today, we are going to talk about the difference between knowledge and awareness.
  • [11:23] —Because until you have developed that awareness and you do the integration it just isn’t just going to make a difference for you.
  • [12:05] —You are going to learn something and you are going to say, “Oh. Wow! That’s why that situation happened the way it happened.”
  • [15:19] —Without that new knowledge or outside the box experience, that new spark won’t happen.
  • [15:42] —I am able to stay grounded and aware when I’m just taking care of routine daily activities. How can I develop the ability to maintain awareness at all times?


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About the Author

Dr. Gala Gorman is an entrepreneur…consultant, mediator, broker, publisher and, formerly, accounting firm partner. This experience helped shape the creation of the show. As a change facilitator, she ignites transformation in businesses, families, students, clients and, especially, within herself. When asked about why she created the show, Gorman said: “Developing awareness is what's worked for me. In fact, I'm a bit of an Awareness Addict. And, I'm hoping you'll become addicted too.”