Are you Willing to be Demanded? Guest, Julia Sotas

Are you Willing to be Demanded? Guest, Julia Sotas

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August 1, 2016 by Beyond Speech Limitless Communication ~ Lauren Polly

Beyond Speech: Limitless Communication with Lauren Polly  Radio Show 

Being demanded is about helping you create the future you would really like to have.  How often do you back down from your greatness in order not to be demanded of?  Does your desire for an easy, quiet life keep you living and creating smaller then you would truly like?  If you were willing to be demanded how big would you have to go?

Join Beyond Speech: Limitless Communication with host Lauren Polly and guest Julia Sotas as they share discoveries on the willingness to be demanded and living your greatness.

About our guest Julia Sotas:

“Five years ago, when I first heard about Access Consciousness I used to scour this website for hours wondering, “What is it like to be conscious?” What type of bliss are these people experiencing? Is Access Consciousness going to get me there?

Five years later I can safely say that Access has provided me with more tools, awareness, happiness and possibilities than I could have ever imagined.  The tools have allowed me not only to become more consciousness but they have shown me that I can create and achieve things in ways that are far easier than the norm. I have been able to travel the world, find an incredible partner, live in amazing homes in amazing cities and have a better relationship with my family and each of my friends.

But the greatest part of what these tools have created in my life is knowing what I know. I have a level of trust and intimacy that I didn’t know was possible before. I wake up grateful every morning that I am alive on this planet and able to create my life.”

Julia holds a degree in Sociology from the University of Winnipeg, Canada. She currently resides in Vancouver, Canada.  You can find her weekly Podcast on iTunes at “Access with Julia.  And you can find Julia on Facebook –

Lauren Polly has been working with folks with “communication disorders” since 2004 as a speech-language pathologist and it never ceases to amaze her how much people judge and beat themselves up for supposed mishaps in communication. “I never meant to say that.” “It came out wrong.” “I just don’t sound like myself.” Are some of the things she hears every day. What follows are stories of how the communication breakdown led to undesirable results – loss of friendship, loss of a business deal, an argument with a loved one, or just the sense that you didn’t deliver what was possible. What if there was a different possibility?