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Ever Forward Radio with Chase Chewning

Welcome to EVER FORWARD RADIO! The podcast that brings you empowering messages and interviews from industry leaders of fitness, nutrition, mindset, entrepreneurship and personal development to help you life a life ever forward.

Mar 22, 2023

Benjamin and Azrya Bequer shed light on how emotional intelligence, mirroring, and spiritual integration can help you elevate your relationships and co-create a healthier, more beautiful world.

They offer sage advice on communicating to your partner during difficult times and their favorite tool for finding growth in the paradoxes of life.

If you’re ready to surrender to growth and self-love, this episode will help you do that.

Benjamin “Bee” Bequer and Azrya Bequer are the co-founding stewards of BEQOMING, a platform dedicated to providing the future stewards of society with the emotional intelligence tools to elevate humanity and co-create a more beautiful world. Bee and Azrya are also the co-authors of “BEQOMING: Everything You Didn't Know You Wanted”.


Follow Bee and Azrya Bequer @beqoming

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Key Highlights

  • Our education system, and our society as a whole, lacks an emphasis on emotional intelligence. This boils down to an inability to be in relationship with ourselves. 
  • Bee and Azrya shed light on their use of plant medicine early into their relationship during a time of doubt, fear, and insecurity.
  • They describe the powerful concept of mirroring in relationships - how mirroring shows us our true selves and what we need to work on within ourselves.
  • If we are in an awakening, what are we awakening to? Are we headed in the right direction? Tune in to hear their thoughts!
  • What does it take to truly “surrender”? Can plant medicine help me surrender? “I don’t know if you can truly surrender if you don’t have an established relationship with something greater than yourself,” Azrya says. “What’s important is that you can feel the relationship with it. It’s not just a concept… it’s actually a felt experience.”
  • Every version of ourselves, those that we love and those that we’ve hated, is still inside of us today. Loving all those versions and embracing the contrast within yourself and your partner is a practice of self-love and integration.
  • How can I communicate to my partner that their pain/struggle is not serving me or our relationship? Listen in to hear Bee and Azrya’s candid advice!

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