From the Vault: Tony Robbins & Dr. Gerald Jampolsky & Diane Cirincione
The power of forgiveness, letting go of fear and finding true intimacy
In this special mini-season, we are unlocking the vaults to bring you exclusive, in-depth conversations between Tony and four truly outstanding achievers and impressive innovators. These dynamic individuals are not just experts in their respective fields — they are pioneers. They are charting new territory and breaking new ground. And their insights, ideas and drive are shaping the world we live in.
With each episode, you will be privy to a wealth of powerful ideas and strategies that you can use immediately to increase income, influence others more effectively, advance your career, enhance your personal relationships, improve your health, eliminate fears, and experience more joy and fulfillment in your life.
In this two-part episode, you will hear an invigorating discussion between Tony and Dr. Gerald Jampolsky and Diane Cirincione, as they delve into forgiveness, letting go of fear, relinquishing control and finding true intimacy.
Dr. Jampolsky, a graduate of the Stanford University School of Medicine, is a world renowned child and adult psychologist. In 1975, he established the first Center for Attitudinal Healing in Marin County, California, where people of all ages, faiths and cultures have a welcoming space to find inner peace and well-being. His wife, Dr. Diane Cirincione, a clinical psychologist, has been working alongside him since 1981. And she is also a current faculty member of the University of Hawaii medical school.
Between the two of them, they have published 16 books including “Love is letting go of fear,” “Teach only love,” and “Goodbye to guilt.” They have received a number of international humanitarian awards, including one of the American American Medical Association’s highest honors, the Excellence in Medicine Pride in the Profession Award, for contribution of Attitudinal Healing to the mental-health field, for inspiration to others, and for decades of humanitarian service. And over the last several decades, this husband-wife team have been traveling the world, helping others find peace in their hearts and minds through love and forgiveness.
From the Vault: Tony Robbins & Dr. Gerald Jampolsky & Diane Cirincione (Part 1)
From the Vault: Tony Robbins & Dr. Gerald Jampolsky & Diane Cirincione (Part 2)
[3:00] A background of pain and a moment of awakening
[8:15] Shedding old models
[9:15] Healing old wounds
[9:45] The impact of the ego
[12:00] The vulnerability of a child closes
[13:20] Control vs. love
[14:30] Letting go of pain and finding forgiveness
[17:00] Why we don’t forgive
[18:30] How to transform a past event
[21:00] Their most important belief systems
[25:00] Taking responsibility for your own thoughts and emotions
[26:00] The power of listening
[27:55] Loving responses or cries for help
[30:00] Helping others to let go
[33:30] Responding with love
[36:00] Forgiving your religious training
[1:58] Strategies to enhance what is valuable in your life
[4:50] When goals become intentions
[6:00] Negative experience create negative filters
[8:00] Living within your ideal values
[11:30] Finding peace of mind
[13:00] Physical healing
[15:45] The biggest gift we can give a person
[17:00] Letting go of fear by helping another
[19:20] Beliefs or actions you can take starting now
[24:00] The intention of not judging other people
[25:00] Asking yourself how you can be helpful to another person
[25:40] The courage to have true harmony in your life
[26:20] The most important lesson they have learned
[28:50] How they would like to be remembered
Words matter: “You” vs. “I” – Even when you have the best of intentions, what you say can escalate an argument into a full-blown fight and really hurt the one you love.
Why we all need pain – Pain is part of life, and while it is seen by most as something to be avoided, pain can actually open a well and present you with a valuable opportunity to grow.
The beauty of uncertainty – We cannot control someone else’s heart, but the beauty of this uncertainty is that it create a space for our ultimate spiritual growth, so we can find more joy and more happiness than anywhere else.