Finding Your Inner Strength
Questioning our self worth appears to be part of the human experience. Do we deserve success, who are we to think we can do whatever we set our mind to, will people really listen, can I really go after exactly what I want.
Imagine then coming into this world unwanted, as a girl born into an Indian family in India, and being raised by your grandmother in a culture which places both no and onerous expectations on how girls and women should behave.
Manna Abraham’s extraordinary faith in the work she does now belies both the sensational global career she carved out – and she is that little Indian Girl, with every reason to sink into a feeling of being lost and powerless, overwhelmed by life’s challenges.
Manna navigated her way out of cultural norms, lack of expectation, and no family or community support by finding a way to believe in herself and redefined the meaning of challenging moments — that instead of a cue to give up, they are a way of finding a different path with more confidence than before.
In this episode of the Raise 1000 Voices podcast, we’ll talk with Manna about why having inner strength matters and discuss practical strategies for finding it within ourselves. We dive into how letting our inner strength shine through can positively shape our lives – giving us the courage to try new things, take risks, and be more resilient in the face of setbacks.
It’s about believing in yourself and your power—knowing you can handle anything life throws, remembering building inner strength is a journey that starts with simple, small steps. And in this episode we share with you just how to start taking them.
WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE:
- Manna’s journey to becoming who she is today (01:38)
- The challenges of being a woman in the workplace (08:26)
- The importance of having inner strength (13:16)
- Manna’s shift from working in the corporate to being an entrepreneur (15:16)
- How to work through your fears (23:02)
- Where is inner strength built from? (27:15)
- How to remove the things that are tearing humanity apart (29:54)
- Seeing the potential of the people around you (33:10)
- How is Manna helping people move through (38:08)
- Manna’s stand on forgiving others (43:09)
- One thing that inspires Manna to be her best version every day (45:13)
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“Once you believe in your mind, and you change your story, you attract opportunities.” -Manna Abraham
“We are not born equal, we are born different.” -Manna Abraham
“Resistance is simply potential knocking on your door.” -Jacqueline Nagle
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ABOUT MANNA ABRAHAM
Manna Abraham is a healer, teacher, philosopher and speaker and founder of Beyond Trauma Residential Programs.
Manna specialises in rapidly releasing trauma through online and residential rehabilitation & recovery.
Her unique background led her to develop the EMPR Method, a ground-breaking and cutting-edge way to rapidly release trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression and any other negative emotion.
Manna’s approach is unique because it addresses the mind, body and energy to give a whole-being approach to healing and recovering, achieving quick and lasting results.
She emphasises that healing is an outcome of who you are, not what you do, and trains practitioners to operate from a pure egoless state.
With countless success stories, Manna is passionate about redefining how we view trauma as a society and understanding that trauma doesn’t need to be a life sentence.