Evolve As A Human Being With Awaken The Species

Neale Donald Walsch has a course on Mindvalley called Awaken The Species. It’s a dynamic course that challenges you to look at 16 key areas of your life and how you are currently doing in them. If you are struggling with negative people and anxiety dragging you down when you just want to feel good and do good, then this challenge will be worth your while. It will give you some insight to help you be happier and do good things, even in a world where many people around you are doing the opposite. In short, Neale Donald Walsch helps you to become more of a highly evolved human being.

5 Reasons To Take The Awaken The Species Challenge

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1. Understand What The Purpose Of Life Is

In Awaken The Species, Neale Donald Walsch consistently talks about the purpose of life. He repeats it over and over again throughout the 36-day quest, and you start to truly understand it as you contemplate it and think about your own life in relation to what he is saying.

I won’t spoil his information, but I can tell you that when you understand the purpose of life according to him and adopt it into your life, you will let go of old regrets and stop worrying about the future as much. You will become more mindful and present and get busy doing things that really matter to you.

2. Interact With Evolving People

Your co-workers suck, your family is on a different level than you, your friends don’t understand where you are coming from, but the tribe in Awaken The Species is on the same journey you are and they are there to talk and discuss anything that you want to talk about.

When you join Awaken The Species, you get access to a private Facebook group where other students are, and it’s amazing how deep some of these people can get. I’ve had deep thinking friends in the past, but this tribe seems to be more on my level of awakening than most people I’ve met.

And the longer the quest is out there, the more the tribe will increase in numbers and be a place where you can go and connect with like-minded people who are evolving as human beings too.

3. Get The Courage To Behave In An Authentic Way No Matter Who Is Around

If you find yourself changing your behavior slightly to match who you are with, Awaken The Species can help you get more committed to who you are and help you behave in an authentic way more often.

In other words, around your boss, family, friends, and strangers, you will be consistently the ethical, honest, and kind person that you want to be.

4. Let Go Of Some Unwanted Behaviors

Maybe you can’t stop thinking about negative things and worrying. The Awaken The Species challenge can help you with that. For 36 days, you are going to be focusing on what an evolved human being looks like and doing exercises that help you bring out your own evolved human being. You will find that reasons to start letting go of those unwanted behaviors.

It’s just like quitting a bad habit. You need to find the reasons to stop doing it first. Then, those reasons need to settle into your subconscious and help you form beliefs that will determine what you will and will not do.

Awaken The Species gives you the reasons, and because it’s a 36-day challenge, you will have time to let those reasons soak into your subconscious and help you let go of unwanted beliefs and behaviors.

5. Lead By Example

The best part of this challenge is that if you come out of it as even a semi-evolved being, you are going to be a better example to others. This is how positive change happens. People lead by example, others follow, and then change occurs.

So, if you are someone who wants to change the world, Awaken The Species can help you become a role model who does things that are in line with a more peaceful and happy existence.

The Awaken The Species Quest Challenge

This challenge is a quest on Mindvalley. It lasts for 36 days. Each day you will either watch a short video by Neale Donald Walsch or have an integration day where you expand on the previous day’s lesson.

Awaken The Species is set up in a way where you learn how a certain behavior of a highly evolved being looks like one day and then reflect and digest the next day. So, every second day you learn about a new behavior and what a highly evolved version (and unevolved version) of it looks like.

You will be given exercises to help you dig into your current behaviors and discover what Neale Donald Walsch is talking about.

There is a lot of journaling to do in Awaken The Species. You don’t need to buy a journal, though, because there is a workbook that comes with the quest.

Who Is This Challenge Really For?

Awaken The Species is meant for someone who, as Neale Donald Walsch says, wants a grander version of themselves.

It’s also for people who want to create change in the world because they know that humans need to change if we are going to survive and thrive. It’s obvious that hateful words and acts, yelling and screaming, and demanding that others be a certain way doesn’t work. What does work is being a positive model, good example, and a leader where others are impacted by you and feel the need to change from that impact.

I would say that if you’ve read this far, this challenge is for you.

If you are not sure, take this free masterclass with Neale Donald Walsch to learn more about the challenge. In it, you will explore the ideals of highly-evolved beings and you will either get pumped to challenge yourself to keep going or you will decide that it’s not for you. Either way, it’s worth taking.

If you are ready to take on the challenge, check out the enrolment page here to learn more about it and sign up for the next start day for the quest, as it starts on a certain day so that you can go through it with other students. Then schedule in your start date and get ready to become more evolved, change your life, and help change the lives of others.

Note: This quest is part of Mindvalley’s Quest All Access Pass. It’s a pass that gives you unlimited access to most of Mindvalley’s courses at one price. Read 5 Reasons Mindvalley’s Quest All Access Pass Rocks (And 2 Things That Could Be Improved)


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