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Sarah and Emily share some of the biggest takeaways they got from Jonah Hill’s documentary Stutz.
Check this episode out and learn about the 3 aspects of life, the pyramid to activate your life, how 85% of issues people deal with can be solved, and whether it’s better to listen to or get advice from your friends.
Key Points In Episode:
- This episode of Inner Archeology revolves around the documentary Sarah and Emily brought up in the last episode – Jonah Hill’s Stutz – and around what isn’t covered in Stutz.
- Sarah shares a #truth. She would have never watched Stutz if it wasn’t for the many friends suggesting she watches it.
- Emily talks about how Jonah Hill’s therapist Stutz, who appears in the documentary, is unconventional and about his relationship with Jonah Hill.
- Give yourself permission to be creative in whatever work you do! This is one of Emily’s biggest takeaways from Stutz.
- Have heard of the activation of your life force? It’s a pyramid that has your relationship with your body at the bottom, your relationship with other people at the center, and your relationship with yourself at the top.
- Use the pyramid whenever you’re having it rough. Let it be your guide and start from the bottom: focus on your relationship with your body. #PersonalGrowth
- Did you know that addressing your relationship with your body can typically help you solve 85% of the issues you’re dealing with? That’s something Stutz shared in the documentary.
- If you have had experiences with therapy, and not-so-good ones, then you can sympathize with Sarah.
- She has had a ton of experience with therapy, most of which hasn’t been that beneficial. Her solution is to actually do things with your body rather than just sit around and try to “figure your brain out”.
- Question for you: do you listen to your friends or get advice from them? And if you have a therapist, what do you do – listen or get advice from them?
- Jonah Hill prefers to listen to his friends and get advice from his therapist (though, unfortunately, friends typically want to give advice and therapists tend to just listen).
- Another #GoldenNugget from the Stutz documentary: there are 3 aspects of reality that you can’t escape from, that are always going to be present – pain, confusion, and constant work.
- Emily recently got to teach her daughter that.
- Make sure to come back for the next episode of Inner Archeology to hear about more tools from Stutz, like Emily’s favorite one: the string of pearls!
Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
Sarah Turner on Instagram
Emily Pennystone on Instagram
@Inner.Archeology on Instagram
InnerArcheology.tv (video version)
Inner Archeology on YouTube
Jonah Hill’s Stutz