We treat our exiled parts of our psyche like an untrained puppy:
When we’re young, we love them and play with them—until they pee on the couch, chew our mom’s shoes, or tear up the furniture. Then we shame, scold, and neglect them.
But you can never be complete without accepting these exiled parts of yourself. Not to mention, accepting them unlocks more happiness, fulfillment, and love than anything else you could try.
In this episode, you’ll discover how to know, understand, and heal parts of yourself you disowned in the past.
Show Highlights Include:
- How to feel love, worthiness, and happiness every single day (without running the endless treadmill of self-improvement) (10:42)
- The insidious way self-improvement creates a background level of anxiety you always feel (12:20)
- The “Untrained Puppy” secret that explains why you shame your most vulnerable parts (and how accepting them makes you as happy as a loved puppy) (14:30)
- How your parents accidentally brainwashed you into loathing parts of yourself (even if they did so out of love) (14:49)
- Why making more money won’t fulfill you like you think and actually leads to a wicked form of depression (19:50)
- How self-therapy sabotages your confidence and happiness (especially if you think you’ll be successful with it) (26:36)
- Why hanging out with toddlers makes you more attractive to women than years of self-improvement work (35:29)
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