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Ready to excavate beliefs and experiences that create your current reality? Each Wednesday on Inner Archeology, Sarah Turner & Emily Pennystone use personal experiences and stories as a mirror for better understanding, epiphany, healing, and humor. You can expect raw, relevant, and vulnerable conversations as these two friends push back on judgement, guilt, and shame – all for the purpose of being lighter and freer with each passing year.
 
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Great things and growth happen at the end of your comfort zone… does that apply to relationships too? In this episode of Inner Archeology, Sarah and Emily discuss the connection between trust, risk, uncertainty, and safety in relationships – including the role of expectations, the idea of self-trust, and how to approach failed relationships. Key Po…
 
Have you ever noticed that when you start seeking external validation you become dependent on it? And how should you approach situations where you’re on the receiving end of not-so-nice behavior or thoughts? In this episode of Inner Archeology, Sarah and Emily talk about the repercussions of dealing with hardship, the role of empathy when dealing w…
 
Being a parent today isn’t the same as it was when the parents were kids. What are some of the aspects parents from different generations had to deal with? Emily and Sarah reflect on the generational evolution of parenting, the role of feelings and why it’s OK to acknowledge that there are some issues in your childhood – without this being a judgme…
 
This may be news to you… but embracing paradoxes is normal. Actually, even more than that, it’s the key to a happier life! Hear about some paradox examples and learn why having this approach will improve the quality of your life. Key Points In Episode: Today’s episode of Inner Archeology revolves around embodying and holding space for paradox. You’…
 
Dysfunctional behavior…we all deal with it, to one degree or another. Is that behavior healthy? Absolutely not! So, why do we find ourselves dealing with it from time to time? In this episode of Inner Archeology, Sarah and Emily open up about their dysfunctional behavior, the mechanisms we put in place to protect ourselves from it, and what we can …
 
Some people go through life feeling that things just happen to them, while others have a sense of over-responsibility when things go wrong…which camp are you in? In this episode of Inner Archeology, we go over this duality and discuss what to consider and do to become aware of what you’re experiencing, and how to live life with less worries. Key Po…
 
You’re out with friends and you’re having fun…until that one friend arrives! You know, the one who monopolizes the conversation and whose energy just doesn’t match that of other people in your group? In this episode of Inner Archeology we go over the role of energetic intelligence when meeting others and why not being inclusive doesn’t necessarily …
 
Traveling… Some people put it off because it sounds expensive, others because “now isn’t a good time.” But is that really so? We talk about all that in this episode of Inner Archeology (which is more of a journal of a traveling pregnant woman). Sarah shares her stories of passing a country’s king by boat, experiencing complete silence in the Saraha…
 
What comes to mind when you think about religion? Have you ever heard about religious trauma? Maybe you’ve experienced it yourself? This episode is part 2 of our conversation about Emily’s story of dealing with religious trauma. Listen to learn about the thing that has hurt Emily the most, the tools she has used, and how she navigates the world tod…
 
Have you ever heard the term religious trauma? Perhaps you’ve even experienced it yourself? In this episode of Inner Archeology, we talk about Emily’s story of dealing with religious trauma, what that entailed and why it’s something she often thinks about when discussing other topics. Key Points In Episode: Have you gone through something hard but …
 
Have you ever given someone the benefit of the doubt? What about not giving it to them? Go down one route, and you’ll experience the world one way. Pick the other and you’ll transform your life! This episode of Inner Archeology talks about what trusting (or distrusting) others really means and the impact it can have on how you perceive and move thr…
 
Let’s be honest. Building the life of your dreams and achieving the freedom to do what you want – when you want – is hard. But with the right attitude and willingness to get outside of your comfort zone you can embrace entrepreneurship and make it happen! Here’s why you should leave “old school” beliefs behind, and what you can do to become an entr…
 
What does it actually mean to be pregnant? How are you going to look and feel, and what will you be able to do while expecting? In this new episode of Inner Archeology, we look at setting realistic expectations for your pregnancy, the role of surrendering, how to rely on others and when being independent isn’t necessarily the best of things. Key Po…
 
Shame, we’ve all faced it, some more often than others. It must be because of something we wear, something someone said, or for another reason – but it definitely ends up affecting our lives… In this new episode of Inner Archeology, we look at all things shame, why it sucks, and how you can turn it into a positive thing to achieve complete explorat…
 
Quick question: when was the last time you saw a photo of yourself and thought, “Damn! I look good!” Can you remember the last compliment you gave yourself? Or better yet, when was the last time you looked at yourself in the mirror and felt appreciation for the reflection looking back at you? Unfortunately, most of us don't give ourselves permissio…
 
Planning an event, whether in-person or virtual, is difficult. Period! But the magic that can come from an in-person event can be mind blowing and transformational. Emily and Sarah share how a room full of introverts can come together, feel connected, supported and heard in a powerful way. They share the behind-the-scenes strategies they used to cr…
 
We have some exciting news… Sarah is pregnant! This new episode of Inner Archeology is a sort of diary of a pregnant woman. We talk about what it really means to be pregnant – from Sarah finding out that she was expecting and sharing that with Emily and Ben, all the way to morning sickness (annoying, to say the least!), the mindset shift she has un…
 
Maybe you’re familiar with this pattern - where you can see the best in people. Is it a blessing or a curse? Or what if you have a habit of having specific expectations of a person and they continually do not ‘live up to it’ and you are constantly disappointed? By seeing the best in someone (their potential), are you putting expectations on them an…
 
Welcome to another episode of Inner Archeology, and today we'll be talking about an exciting, intriguing, and gravity-defying form of art: Pole Dancing. Yes, pole dancing may have its roots in the backrooms of dimly-lit adult bars, but with more people embracing this curious form of art, pole dancing is now something most women would want to learn.…
 
Welcome to another episode of Inner Archeology, and today we'll be tackling a topic that might ruffle a few feathers but fits just right with what's currently happening online. We live in a world where hostility has been unleashed. A society where the system wants us divided into Red and Blue, Vaxed and Anti-Vaxed, community members versus law enfo…
 
There is a stigma surrounding asking questions because of fear, embarrassment, or even appearing to be impolite. Today we unpack why asking questions is powerful and can build stronger bonds between people. Tuning in you’ll hear our beliefs when it comes to giving advice, why decisions are subjective, and why you don’t need to have the answers to p…
 
Traveling can be scary, especially when you’re on your own, but it also opens you up to a world of possibilities and the chance to make connections with people from all over. Today on Inner Archeology, we are discussing the importance of traveling and being comfortable spending time alone. We talk about why traveling is for anyone, how it allows yo…
 
Have you ever felt like when one bad thing happens it creates a domino effect and suddenly the world is crashing down on you? Well, after a technological issue tampered with our topic for today’s episode, we have decided to talk about why we think ‘when it rains it pours.’ We delve into whether a series of bad events happens because of coincidence,…
 
It can be scary to share your ideas with others because you may feel like you are jinxing something by speaking about it, or you may feel afraid that other people won’t appreciate your idea and thus they will take the wind out of your sails. This episode is all about the power of learning to trust yourself enough to share your ideas. From our exper…
 
Your greatest strengths and your shadows can be different sides of the same coin. During today’s conversation, we go beyond the surface to discuss Sarah’s relationship with boundaries, coping mechanisms, making amends, and navigating alcohol use with a partner. Join us as we explore taking responsibility for your role in your own suffering; even if…
 
Between us, there are two big struggles, religious trauma and addiction. These conversations are not easy, but we’ve created an environment where it’s possible to hold space for one another, and today we want to share that with you. Today, Sarah shares her story of addiction and recovery, sharing the intimate details of her journey with the goal to…
 
Most of us know the thrill and excitement that is attached to the right kind of flirty interaction. This erotic life force, or what could be called Eros energy, has such potency, and should be celebrated and explored! Today on the show we are discussing our experiences of erotic energy, and how it goes beyond just wanting to have sex with someone. …
 
Welcome to the Inner Archeology Podcast! During today’s conversation, we discuss the life-changing power of raising your baselines, through creating new norms in your day-to-day life. We both believe that your life is made by the tiny choices you make every day, compounding the changes you make into one exponential curve towards the life you want. …
 
Decision-making is probably one of the greatest challenges we face as a species, and everybody’s processes are different! In this episode, we share our personal processes, including what works for us and what doesn’t, and discuss the importance of getting really clear on when not to make a decision at all. We have some great tips and tricks for tho…
 
Whether the word manifestation makes you cringe, or you’re a strong proponent of the practice, this episode is for you! Manifestation sits at the intersection of mysticism and science, and it can mean different things to different people. In today’s episode we’re going to dissect the topic of manifestation and what it means to each of us. Join us f…
 
Today’s conversation brought us to some profound revelations about our personal journeys, from the lessons Sarah’s Ritalin withdrawal taught her about the pliable nature of our personalities, to what we’ve found to be the true nature of confidence! We discuss the false assumptions we often have about others who appear to be ultra-confident, and how…
 
Being vulnerable means more than just talking deeply about things; true vulnerability is messy. It’s where you don’t say the right things and where you sometimes can't even get your thoughts straight. And guess what? Even in that state, where you're operating way below your best, you still deserve to be loved. One of the things that we are so grate…
 
Sometimes, it comes down to those deep layers of what you believe of your self-worth, and the validity of your voice. Don't let conditioned beliefs keep you from what you truly want to do! With that, welcome back to Inner Archeology, where we will be continuing with part two of a mini-series on the topic of beliefs that keep us small. Today, we foc…
 
We are excited to get started with today’s episode, so welcome back! It’s great that we can call out excitement, or lack thereof, for an episode, because to create content consistently we really believe that where you differentiate from those who do something with the content they create versus those who don’t, is that you show up even when you don…
 
Welcome to another episode of Inner Archeology, and the first that we are releasing with video! Should you wish to watch us rather than listen to us, we hope that seeing our faces helps you connect with us on a deeper level. Today, we’re talking about something we have touched on before: consciously choosing our own beliefs. This is an interesting …
 
While our experiences with positive mentors are valuable, so too are the periods of growth that come after encounters with damaging authority figures. In the last episode of the show, we spoke about the mentors who have impacted our beliefs in a helpful way. Today we will be discussing some of the beliefs we have inherited that impacted us negative…
 
Mentorship can have a powerful impact on young people in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations, which is why we have decided to dedicate this conversation to the incredible influence that some of our mentors have had on us! Mentors provide guidance, advice, feedback, and support, serving variously as role models, teachers, co…
 
Experiencing brokenness and rupture in a relationship is possible, but so too is healing and becoming a more fully realized version of yourself. In today’s episode, we celebrate Sarah’s recent marriage to Ben and take part in a moment of gratitude for the experience of healing and joy that it was. Sarah speaks about how her and Ben’s wedding was a …
 
We are the way we are because of what we’ve experienced. We choose our beliefs, consciously or subconsciously, to make sense of the world and to create an identity. Once you understand that, you will have so much more control over what you choose to believe. Today, we start with a quote by CD Baby founder, author, and entrepreneur Derek Sivers that…
 
“Do you feel loved?” When was the last time you asked your partner, friends, or children this question, and when was the last time someone asked you? It’s easy to assume that our love language is everyone else’s love language, but in fact, each one of us has our own unique needs and desires and we so often struggle to express them to those around u…
 
Today, we welcome our very first guest on Inner Archaeology! Emily’s sister, Kayla, joins us to talk about conscious parenting. We delve into what conscious parenting is all about and how parenting is evolving generationally to champion honesty and empathy over self-sacrifice and authority. We discuss the conundrum of choosing to parent differently…
 
While mindset plays a big part in success, it is not the only determining factor. Overemphasizing the role of mindset in the achievement of goals negates the other barriers that many people face in their daily lives. This is why it is infuriating to be told that your mindset caused you to fail if there were other factors at play. Many online coache…
 
None of us are strangers to criticism. We have all experienced different forms and reactions to criticisms, and have probably dished out a fair share of it ourselves. But we believe that examining the idea of criticism, where these things come from, and how to learn better patterns of behavior in relation to them is so important for your health and…
 
When you are triggered, it can feel like your life is at risk, but if we can develop skills to cope in these situations, they can become opportunities to heal from our deepest wounds. Today on the show we unpack the spectrum of typical responses to triggering situations and share some of the biggest lessons we have learned to help work through thes…
 
There are few issues as thorny as body image, but who better to open the discussion than best friends with very different perspectives? Today on Inner Archeology, we talk all about our bodies and how Emily has spent years coming to terms with hers, while Sarah didn't struggle with this too much — which, weirdly enough, created other insecurities. W…
 
As humans, we like to see things in black and white but in fact, life is so nuanced, complex, and dynamic, and there is hardly anything that’s entirely good or entirely bad. Rather than thinking of things as “either, or” we should be thinking about them as “both, and.” The traits that you see as your biggest weaknesses are likely to also be some of…
 
The tension that seems to exist between the rational and the intuitive does not necessarily have to be a conflict. If we can bring these two spheres into harmony and balance, we can draw forth a stronger and more complete understanding and approach to our lives! In this episode of the show, we unpack the ideas of the mystic and the scientist, and h…
 
Not only does entrepreneurship give you control over your space and time, but it also encourages you to grow as a person, which then creates positive effects throughout your life more broadly. Today on the show we sit down to talk about our entrepreneurial endeavors, the moments in our lives that turned us off working a nine to five, and some of th…
 
No matter how great of a job our parents did at raising us, most of us are carrying around a few childhood scars. The resentment we might feel toward our families is difficult to work through, difficult to admit even, and can be the cause of self-destructive behavior patterns and addictions. Today on the show we speak about growing up and the role …
 
While we have set the context for what we say and, more specifically, the way we say it in our Master Your Mindset course, listeners might be wondering, “Why do Emily and Sarah talk about themselves as a collection of parts rather than singular entities?” Well, that’s exactly what we dive into in today’s episode! Tuning in, you’ll find out how thin…
 
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