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Sarah and Emily take a deep dive into the world of judgment, belief, and change.
In this episode, they talk about how your beliefs are formed, what has an impact on them, and what to consider and do to change your beliefs and achieve positive change.
Key Points In Episode:
- This episode of Inner Archeology is the second to last episode of the season because Sarah’s going on maternity leave – but don’t worry, the show will be back in a few months!
- Plus, you can get more exclusive content on the Inner Archeology Patreon page.
- Sarah feels that the desire to appear consistent is a core human desire.
- Want to be open to changing your beliefs? Then, you need to have conscious awareness of that, no doubt. Because yes, you CAN change your mind.
- Super interesting point by Emily: ‘if there’s a belief about your identity, you’ll automatically just reinforce that. Even if it’s complete B.S., you’ll double down just to preserve the sense of identity and familiarity.’ Do you agree?
- It’s so empowering to bring your beliefs and to have conscious awareness of the fact that they can change – and you have the power to decide and change them.
- Glennon Doyle is someone who has had the guts to change her beliefs and to do so publicly. Look at her for inspiration.
- Many of the beliefs Sarah has changed are paired with judgments, ideas, or expectations she had. Before the beliefs could shift, those ideas and expectations had to change first.
- For most of her life, Sarah didn’t want to have kids… and look at her now, about to become a mother!
- Sarah has stopped making 5-year plans because so much can change in a year (just look at the last couple of years).
- If you’re trying to figure out what your beliefs are, make sure to make a distinction between beliefs that were just handed to you and those you have intentionally chosen to adopt.
- Emily shares that she had to earn the right to participate in her creative expression because it was a luxury, not something she necessarily deserved. #ChangedBelief
- Sarah had judgments toward pole dancing, thinking it wasn’t a hard thing to do… turns out she was wrong.
- Ever felt like working out is punishment? Or that you work out because you don’t like your body? Emily thought the same but, by her own admission, things couldn’t be further from the truth.
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