Gabby Bernstein on How to Turn Fear Into Faith



I feel really good about this episode of The School of Greatness.

It’s with one of my dear friends, Gabby Bernstein, who you probably already know of.

Not only is she a NYT bestselling author, she’s regarded by Oprah as a one of the emerging spiritual leaders of our time, and she is a powerhouse force of love and healing.

But the Gabby I know is also a very driven, very busy woman.

The last time I had seen her, she was telling me how she was on the verge of a breakdown because she had so much to do and felt overwhelmed.

This time, when we met up to talk about her new book, I could sense a calmness in her immediately.

She could look me in the eye.

She seemed to have a big weight off her shoulders.

She was so excited to tell me that she had hired a team of people to support her and run her business with her.

I couldn’t be more happy for her.

What opened up in our conversation is her real-life road map to do the exact same in your life.

Be prepared to re-think all of your fears in Episode 391 with Gabby Bernstein.

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“A spiritual journey truly is unlearning fear and remembering love.”

Some questions I ask:

  • How did you hit rock bottom after being sober and in so much career success? (1:42)
  • What’s the first step to transforming fear into faith? (14:58)
  • What was it like when you told your husband about your sexual trauma? (21:55)
  • How did wearing your mask of denial affect your husband? (24:02)
  • When you’re in a marriage, if the women is being masculine, can the man still be masculine? (29:32)
  • How are people who are going through severe challenge (like war) supposed to believe the universe has their back? (34:33)
  • How is it possible that when we let go we experience more freedom? (37:59)
  • What’s the role of love in overcoming fear? (39:59)
  • How can women build more self-confidence and worthiness in themselves? (46:27)

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • Why trauma can make people driven (6:47)
  • What work addiction looks and feels like (10:02)
  • Why we are so afraid to let people help us (13:30)
  • Why it’s so important for women to be in their feminine (30:35)
  • What Gabby’s spiritual practice looks like on the daily (32:40)
  • What the antidote to judgment is (47:50)
  • Plus much more…






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