Episode 46 – Heading into the Roaring 20s with Shane & Angelina Saunders
In this episode I chat with Shane and Angelina Saunders, where they share their insights from the last decade and predictions for the next.
Shane and Angelina are the founders behind Breathe Me, where they help others to harness the power of the breath for peak performance. Today we chat about personal development revelations over the last decade and how utilising the breath to its full capacity can allow you to move forward with ease into the next decade.
Key episode highlights include:
- Who do we need to become to get us to the goals we want to achieve
- Self care is also about clearing the energy of stress in the body, by using the breath
- Personal development intersects at the quality of your thoughts, looking after your body, understanding sexual energy and life force.
- Don’t forget to breathe on the downhills too.
Key lessons/achievements from the last decade:
- The personal shift from showing up as someone in your 20s, to someone in your 30s
- Raising their children
- The consistent personal development theme of connecting with self
- A big lesson – what got us here is not going to get us there.
What Shane and Angelina predict the next decade will hold:
Based on patterns and stats in history, we are moving into a prosperous decade initially but there may be some big downs towards the end. The key to navigate the turbulence and then thrive, is having your skills down pat and life organised – your breath, estate management, energy, everything.
Personal goals for the next decade:
- Heading to the US and taking the business to a million dollar business
- Creating a difference for individuals en masse
- Free up time to be with family and create a life and business worth breathing for.
Their final message:
Take the time to stop and recuperate and rejuvenate – the breath is the fastest and easiest way to get there.
The quality of your thoughts dictate your happiness.
You can find out more about Shane and Angie Saunders, head over to Breathe Me.