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How The Mind/Body Connection Can Help You Achieve Your Perfect Weight

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Step 1 is about coming to terms with the FACT this this thing is controlling you, you don’t control it. It’s a power statement that actually gives people their control back vs the addiction to/of whatever having that control. It’s a powerful statement to say I am powerless over this and I need help to regain control of my life. There’s a significant difference between emotions, behaviors and substances, so you have to keep it in context. We can’t never eat again, but I can certain work my program and never use again.

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170 Ratings
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121
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3
13

Powerless

By Dizzy.Lizzy - Mar 07 2019
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Step 1 is about coming to terms with the FACT this this thing is controlling you, you don’t control it. It’s a power statement that actually gives people their control back vs the addiction to/of whatever having that control. It’s a powerful statement to say I am powerless over this and I need help to regain control of my life. There’s a significant difference between emotions, behaviors and substances, so you have to keep it in context. We can’t never eat again, but I can certain work my program and never use again.

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Don’t bother. Just a commercial. No real content

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35 – The real belly fat cure

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(duration 17:12) In this show we discuss the latest mainstream acknowledgement of what we’ve been saying all along: excess carbs (i.e., high insulin levels) have bad health effects, not saturated fat. We also explore The...

Jun 06 2010

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103 – Mastering habits

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(duration 15:41) In this episode we discuss the nature of habits and how we can formulate enriching strategies that can last a lifetime. This entails learning how to meet needs without the usual costs or...

Jan 17 2016

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66 – Weight loss behaviors and mindset

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(duration 24:12)This show we start out with a discussion of natural movement from my recent hiking experiences, and then we delve into an article by SciAm about behaviors that do and don’t contribute to weight...

Mar 05 2011

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76 – The nature of self-control

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(duration 22:42) In this show we discuss the process of staying focused on your healthy lifestyle choices. It’s not a matter of using either sheer will power or “tricks” to stay on track with your...

Jul 12 2011

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102 – Finding your motivation

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(duration 10:04) Another short episode (2 of 3 in our series), in which we cover some of the possibly overlooked aspects of motivation. We’ll be exploring these vital aspects much more in our new course...

Jan 16 2016

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93 – Grocery shopping and eating your veggies

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(duration 29:58)In this show we discuss a trip to the grocery store, providing some insights regarding such things as coconut milk, meats, and peanut butter. As far as vegetables go, studies have shown that they’ve...

Jun 16 2012

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27 – The practice of living consciously

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(duration 18:29) It’s crucial to turn the searchlight of consciousness inward Not acting on what one sees and knows is not living consciously Most human beings are unfortunately sleep-walking through their existence Noticing and confronting...

Mar 28 2010

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54 – Fitness theory to practice with guest Keith Norris

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(duration 39:26) In this episode, Kevin interviews fitness enthusiast and trainer Keith Norris, and they discuss the motivational aspects of peak performance and many of the finer points of maintaining a fit body and healthy...

Nov 05 2010

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53 – Paleo bites the potato

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(duration 18:04) In this show we discuss a couple news items dealing with what paleolithic humans ate and what this means for low-carb eating, or not. Regardless of what group ate what particular foods, in...

Oct 27 2010

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51 – Tech devices for fitness, avoiding healthiness self-sabotage and happiness anxiety

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(duration 24:23) In this show we discuss weight scales, heart monitors, and robots that are being used in the health community. Should we turn to technology to help us with our weight loss or fitness...

Oct 10 2010

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52 – Is orthorexia a problem

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(duration 25:48) In this show we discuss the nature of having “rigid” rules for eating. Is there a downside to eating healthily all the time? Further, are there any upsides to not caring much about...

Oct 19 2010

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104 – Focusing on emotional well-being

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(duration 11:46) In this episode we discuss our new burn-fat-for-life program, which reflects our renewed focus on the mental aspects of living well and being well. This involves an inner true-self revolution that honors your...

May 08 2016

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79 – Entering The Zone with Dr. Barry Sears, part 1

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(duration 31:15) This is the first half of our interview with Barry Sears, PhD, in which we discuss the nature of eicosanoids and in particular arachidonic acid in relation to metabolic health and overall health....

Sep 05 2011

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56 – Man v. food, metabolic advantage

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(duration 16:06) In this show, we follow up with last week’s episode discussing the junk food diet and calories. We also explore excessive calorie consumption in relation to Adam, the host of Man v. Food...

Nov 21 2010

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31 – The practice of living purposefully

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(duration 22:21) In this episode we explore the fifth pillar of self-esteem, which is about intention, goal-setting, and productive achievement The Six Pillars Of Self-Esteem by Nathaniel Branden http://www.nathanielbranden.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=21_23&products_id=35 You don’t want to leave any significant...

May 05 2010

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69 – Sex for health and fitness

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(duration 19:30) In this episode we explore the topic of sex, specifically its health benefits, both physically and mentally. Hormones such as oxytocin and DHEA are fostered in the process. Immune and longevity benefits are...

Apr 19 2011

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70 – Getting Skinny with guest Diana Spechler, part 1

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(duration 27:57) This is part one of our two-part interview with author Diana Spechler, author of Skinny, her latest novel. We begin by discussing the nature of body image issues. As we noted a couple...

May 05 2011

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68 – Body image issues

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(duration 26:17) In this show we discuss  various psychological patterns in body image issues found on bodyconfession.com, a new site by Diana Spechler, whom we’ll be interviewing in a few weeks about her upcoming novel....

Apr 05 2011

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28 – The practice of self-acceptance

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(duration 21:49) Self-acceptance is something you do: the refusal to be in an adversarial relationship with yourself The Six Pillars Of Self-Esteem by Nathaniel Branden http://www.nathanielbranden.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=21_23&products_id=35 It’s important to be present to the reality of your...

Apr 05 2010

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90 – Listener Q&A about drinking, vegetarian and soy, self-image, fasting

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(duration 26:55)In this show (sans Kev) I cover various questions from podcast listeners and our responses to them. Some take-aways: Drink water as your main libation; avoid overly sweet (carb-rich) drinks and minimize alcohol consumption;...

Apr 11 2012

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120 – Show reboot and highlights from 2yr hiatus

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Greetings! The podcast is finally up and running once again, after aging for a couple years like a big block of sharp cheddar. ;) Wes is solo this go-round, and I cover a variety of topics in this episode, ranging from psychological conferences I attended and world travels. A burgeoning point of light in the culture concerns helpful insights and integration work via psychedelic-assisted therapy. Humanity still needs to transform systemic obstacles to growth and healthy self-esteem, along with a freedom vision.

Episode 52: Nina Teicholz on saturated fat, U.S. dietary guidelines, and the shortcomings of nutrition science
https://www.ihmc.us/stemtalk/episode-52/

Episode 43: Jeff Volek explains the power of ketogenic diets to reverse type 2 diabetes
https://www.ihmc.us/stemtalk/episode-43/

Welcome to Aware! by Dan Siegel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkjlQ4XzsGA

Gabor Maté – The Roots of Healing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P38fhtdWFhY

Alcohol ‘more harmful than heroin’ says Prof David Nutt
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-11660210

https://psychedelicsociety.org.uk/experience-weekends

How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence by Michael Pollan
https://www.amazon.com/Change-Your-Mind-Consciousness-Transcendence/dp/1594204225

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parthenon#Destruction

https://humanperformanceoutliers.libsyn.com

Kevin’s site…
https://freedomlovin.com

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http://www.kosheen.com

Nov 25 2019

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119 – Liberation from shame pathways

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(duration 43:57) We’re finally back in the saddle (apologies for the delay!). As we’ve let the show age like a fine primal wine, we share news that Kevin is departing and that Wes will continue solo (sometimes w/ guests) for at least the next year. In this episode we explore parts of a couple informative books on nutrition (links below), including detrimental aspects of “vegetable oils,” aka, industrial seed oils, as well as current findings on oxidized omega 3s. Then we finish our series on the experience and beliefs about shame, in which we note once again that it’s unhelpful for win/win interactions with self and others—since shame is the opposite of self-esteem. We cover the following related components from the inner liberation process, which is featured on http://radicalcompassion.com:
-Self-acceptance: Accepting oneself with unconditional caring.
-Reconnecting to self and recovering from reactivity: Reactivity is internal resistance to what is. Recovery is letting go of that resistance. Reconnecting to self is being with one’s own experience with presence and compassion.
-Honest self-expression: Owning one’s experience and having the willingness to express authentically without blame or criticism.
-Responding to others’ reactivity: Responding rather than reacting to others who are caught up in intense separating emotions.
-Openness to feedback: Receiving other’s perspective about our actions with equanimity and centeredness.
-Cultivating vitality: Tuning in to oneself to support balanced self-care; cultivating the energy to serve life.
As noted below, we also went on a few tangents in this concluding show as a duo, including the ill effects of a society that tends to disfavor political freedom and, thus, self-responsibility.

All In The Mind podcast episode discussing orthorexia…
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/allinthemind/when-a-healthy-diet-becomes-an-unhealthy-obsession/8530762

Two recent books that explain much of the twisted history of nutritional dogma and provide valuable ancestral health information…

Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food by Catherine Shanahan M.D.
https://www.amazon.com/Deep-Nutrition-Your-Genes-Traditional/dp/1250113822
http://drcate.com/list-of-good-fats-and-oils-versus-bad/

The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet by Nina Teicholz
https://www.amazon.com/Big-Fat-Surprise-Butter-Healthy/dp/1451624433/
https://thebigfatsurprise.com

We no longer recommend omega 3 fish oil supplements, due to the following research:
Oxidation of Marine Omega-3 Supplements and Human Health
https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2013/464921/
choice quote…
“Lipid peroxides hasten oxidation of other fatty acids to create further lipid peroxides in an expansive chain reaction. We speculate that ingested omega-3 peroxides could lead to lipid membrane peroxidation, cell damage, and oxidative stress, which are known to be mechanisms of disease. Endogenous membrane lipid peroxidation results in altered membrane fluidity, transport, and cell signalling [8] which also may be an important disease mechanism.”

Fish oil supplements in New Zealand are highly oxidised and do not meet label content of n-3 PUFA
https://www.nature.com/articles/srep07928

supplemental reading…
https://www.aocs.org/stay-informed/read-inform/featured-articles/sink-or-swim-fish-oil-supplements-and-human-health-april-2016
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Shame on You (with Jennifer Jacquet) – https://verybadwizards.fireside.fm/89
http://www.isshamenecessary.com

the NVC (aka, connected communication) workshop that Kevin attended in LA was hosted by http://www.newtbailey.com

Penn Jillette on Libertarianism | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)
https://youtu.be/5I4a4xpw8C0?t=220

https://diatribe.org/virta-health-launches-to-reverse-type-2-diabetes-with-low-carb-diets-coaching
https://www.virtahealth.com/about

http://radicalcompassion.com
http://radicalcompassion.squarespace.com/pathways-to-liberation/
Pathways to Liberation Self-Assessment
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KPIvCD_XIGThKEsqZ-qKQwY0Op5pSe_r7uqksetW5FQ/

https://feelinggood.com/category/dr-davids-blogs/feeling-good-podcast/

groundbreaking research on psychedelic-assisted therapy…
http://www.horizonsnyc.org
http://www.maps.org/research

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Nov 23 2017

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118 – Facets of shame

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(duration 42:58) After covering Kev’s summer travels in Europe, in our second episode about shame we discuss the various aspects of shame and guilt. Since shame is the opposite of self-esteem, “healthy shame” isn’t really possible. Both shame and guilt are tragic ways to assess oneself and one’s actions (as well as others), which stem from experiencing shaming, blaming, and punitive parenting strategies. Harboring enemy images and choosing to play the costly game of “Who’s right?” tend to degrade or diminish our present-moment experiences and our well-being and happiness. It’s vital to strive to break the cycles of the past that are rooted in trauma, as well as learn compassionate communication that’s connected to needs. This process entails moving from rewards and punishments to love and reason (as Alfie Kohn notes in his book Unconditional Parenting).

Shame & Addiction By Steve Greenman
https://pro.psychcentral.com/shame-addiction/007710.html

How to change your universe with empathy
http://www.freedomlovin.com/empathy/

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Abba – Take A Chance On Me
https://youtu.be/-crgQGdpZR0

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Sep 07 2017

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117 – Origins of shame

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(duration 45:59) This is the first episode in our series on the nature of shame. After outlining the basic aspects of shame (i.e., the belief and sense that one is unworthy or flawed in some irredeemable way), we note that its antithesis is self-esteem; so, practicing the six pillars is vital. Shame mainly originates in childhood within the context of family systems, as the book _Facing Shame_ explores. Within traumatizing systems many feelings are not acknowledged and empathized with, since needs are sacrificed, such as respect and self-esteem. Audios are played by therapists Terry Kellogg and John Bradshaw, who explain the ways that shame arises from abuse and neglect in early life, usually coupled with coping strategies of silence and secrecy, as well as addictions. Raising awareness of these costly patterns and learning healthy strategies are parts of the healing and growing process.

an enriching NVC conference
http://chooseconnection.com

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shame

an antidote is the six pillars of self-esteem…
http://healthymindfitbody.com/2010/03/28/episode-27-the-practice-of-living-consciously/
http://healthymindfitbody.com/2010/04/05/28-the-practice-of-self-acceptance/
http://healthymindfitbody.com/2010/04/13/29-the-practice-of-self-responsibility/
http://healthymindfitbody.com/2010/04/27/30-the-practice-of-self-assertiveness/
http://healthymindfitbody.com/2010/05/06/31-the-practice-of-living-purposefully/
http://healthymindfitbody.com/2010/05/13/32-the-practice-of-personal-integrity/

Facing Shame: Families in Recovery by Merle A. Fossum, Marilyn J. Mason
https://books.google.com/books?id=AvtdCgAAQBAJ

Terry Kellogg Dysfunctional Family Shame And Compulsion
https://youtu.be/RPsoZBvdTvs

John Bradshaw – Healing The Shame That Binds You (Part 1)
https://youtu.be/5q2tZa1gp8Q

http://www.inspirationalstories.com/poems/to-a-child-christopher-morley-poems/

John Bradshaw – Healing The Shame That Binds You (Part 4)
https://youtu.be/TzeGAUGvdX4

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Jul 31 2017

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116 – Self-leadership

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(duration 30:09) In this episode we offer a summary of the nature of internal critical parts via the Internal Family Systems perspective. They can be viewed from the standpoint of managing exiled wounded aspects of us that got overwhelmed or harmed a long time ago. In turn, when others are critical of us and our behaviors, it’s yet another reflection of unprocessed wounded aspects in their selves. Cultivating a perspective of kindness and compassion towards even critical parts can help transform costly patterns; and this entails a process of unblending from one’s triggered defenses, so one can observe one’s internal processes in a conscious and empathetic way. This tends to naturally cultivate the “eight Cs” of self-leadership: calmness; curiosity; clarity; compassion; confidence; creativity; courage; and, connectedness. As we attune to our inner processes, we can manifest more of who we really are, the true and loving essence of ourselves.

Interesting insights about cancer…
Cancer as a metabolic disease
https://nutritionandmetabolism.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1743-7075-7-7
https://thequantifiedbody.net/water-fasts-as-a-potential-tactic-to-beat-cancer/

Interesting book with Paleo leanings…
What Doesn’t Kill Us: How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude and Environmental Conditioning Will Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength
https://www.amazon.com/What-Doesnt-Kill-Environmental-Conditioning/dp/1623366909/

http://personal-growth-programs.com/inner-critic-section/inner-critic-types/

https://www.selfleadership.org/about-internal-family-systems.html

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Apr 12 2017

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115 – The inner controller

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(duration 23:43) The seventh and last inner critic we discuss is the inner controller, which tries to control various impulses and choices that might lead to ill effects, although it lacks trust in one’s biological drives and desires. The inner controller tends to use harsh strictures and even shaming tactics, which are indicative of developmental trauma that hasn’t been effectively processed. Raising awareness of this critic’s childhood origins assists in challenging the assumption that one is flawed and can’t do kind and caring things for oneself. Various domination systems that undermine self-reliance, choice, trust, and self-responsibility can be challenged as well. We need to orient towards compassionate understanding in order to heal parts such as this, which entails reflecting on unmet needs from tragic strategies.

love the cold…
https://www.wimhofmethod.com

http://personal-growth-programs.com/inner-critic-section/inner-critic-types/

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Mar 19 2017

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114 – The taskmaster

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(duration 18:39) This time we discuss the kind of inner critic known as the taskmaster, which tries to keep one from being considered mediocre or lazy. It fears failure and thus pushes more and more, and it becomes a lot to live up to, sacrificing needs for ease, comfort, relaxation, inner peace, as well as humor. Finding healthy balance in achieving things is key. We need to understanding the genesis of the taskmaster in childhood, when parents might’ve distrusted one’s own decision-making process, bossed one around, and sent messages about being “less-than,” or unworthy. We need to be aware of these developmental aspects of how our need for self-esteem can go unmet, as well as how to heal by gaining a new perspective about our capability and worthiness for happiness. Developing a contemplative and self-empathetic mind set can give rise to the saying, “Don’t just do something. Sit there.” :)

http://personal-growth-programs.com/inner-critic-section/inner-critic-types/

http://shrinkrapradio.com/498-duct-tape-parenting-with-vicki-hoefle/

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Mar 01 2017

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113 – The molder

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(duration 19:45) In this episode we delve into the nature of the inner critic called the molder, which is formed early on in our minds, attempting to keep us from being abandoned, punished, shamed and shunned. The rules of authoritarian systems (be they in families, religions, schools, or governments) coupled with the punishment model tend to perpetuate the molder within us. Being a rebel or a free spirit can be a reaction to the molder’s injunctions about conforming to societal standards. Contradictions about the self are common in our culture. So, coming to terms with our true nature, which entails embracing our enlightened self-interest and needs-fulfillment, is vital to the processes of individuation and independent self-expression. This thereby fosters more integrated ways of being with ourselves and others, based on standards that don’t conflict with our true nature.

http://personal-growth-programs.com/inner-critic-section/inner-critic-types/

https://www.amazon.com/Trauma-Memory-Practical-Understanding-Traumatic/dp/1583949941/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kintsugi

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Feb 18 2017

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112 – The destroyer

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(duration 18:42) In this episode we cover the nature of the inner critic identified as the destroyer. We can tragically internalize severe judgments against our self-worth early in life, in family and cultural systems. And this can lead to self-destructive behaviors and nihilism, as well as actions destructive of others and property. Internally, we can be engaged in a battle with the destroyer in an attempt to quell it, which can contribute to cycles of conflict with self and others. In contrast, when we shift to a perspective to empathy, understanding, and love, we can compassionately connect with the wounds of the past and work to resolve the self-esteem deficit of this inner critic. The following sentence stems might be helpful (try to provide 6-8 endings)…

If I were motivated by a belief that it’s safe to exist…
If I believe that it’s safer to exist than not to exist…
If I can honor my self-worth, even when a part of me doesn’t want to…
As I learn to understand the part of me that doesn’t honor myself…

http://personal-growth-programs.com/inner-critic-section/inner-critic-types/

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Jan 29 2017

18mins

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111 – The underminer

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(duration 20:35) In this episode we explore the nature of the underminer, a major aspect of inner critic that directly diminishes self-confidence and self-respect, detracting from a sense of efficacy and worth. Self-trust gets undermined in the process too, and this is fostered by various domination systems, which question our worthiness, don’t honor our choices, and detract from our inner well-being. Children in families and schools tend to internalize these detrimental processes. Being able to tolerate judgment or failure becomes much more difficult, since the underminer views oneself as “less than,” or not good enough. All this tends to be rooted in shame, which undermines one’s capabilities for growth and joyful, purposeful action.

Taking action-oriented steps to achieve objectives can counter the underminer’s influence. The falsehood in its messages about self can be recognized and understood as not helpful. Early experiences that undermined self-esteem need not be perpetuated in adulthood. They can be reflected on with compassion, leading to much healthier integrations about oneself.

http://personal-growth-programs.com/inner-critic-section/inner-critic-types/

A resource for our discussion about bone broth in the intro:
http://paleoleap.com/troubleshooting-bone-broth-wont-gel/

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Jan 11 2017

20mins

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110 – The guilt-tripper

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(duration 23:07) In this episode we delve into the nature of the guilt-tripper, the kind of inner critic that tends to say such things as “You should have done that, instead of this!” or “You...

Dec 23 2016

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109 – The perfectionist

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(duration 15:24) As we explore various “inner critics,” we’re basically identifying parts that represent aspects of unhealed developmental trauma. In this episode we cover the voice of the perfectionist, which sets oftentimes unreasonable standards and...

Dec 08 2016

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108 – Introduction to the inner critic and its types

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(duration 19:27) This is the beginning of our series about the “inner critic,” wherein we delve into the various facets of this internal dialogue, which essentially lacks self-acceptance, self-compassion, and self-love. Different kinds of inner...

Nov 20 2016

19mins

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107 – Unconditional self-love

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(duration 23:33) We return from an extended summer hiatus to discuss the nature of unconditional love and unconditional self-love. The internal dialogue with ourselves needs explicit attention and understanding, in order to become more integrated...

Oct 23 2016

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106 – The importance of taking time-in for yourself

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(duration 21:53) In this episode we discuss the nature of intrinsic motivation to heal and grow, which entails focusing on one’s developmental history and practicing the mental essentials of self-acceptance, self-empathy, and self-compassion. Doing this...

Jul 25 2016

21mins

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105 – Introduction to the study of Adverse Childhood Experiences

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(duration 17:36) In this episode we explore the ACE study and how trauma in childhood can severely affect our health and well-being. This is the beginning of our ongoing discussion of the developmental factors that...

Jun 05 2016

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104 – Focusing on emotional well-being

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(duration 11:46) In this episode we discuss our new burn-fat-for-life program, which reflects our renewed focus on the mental aspects of living well and being well. This involves an inner true-self revolution that honors your...

May 08 2016

11mins

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103 – Mastering habits

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(duration 15:41) In this episode we discuss the nature of habits and how we can formulate enriching strategies that can last a lifetime. This entails learning how to meet needs without the usual costs or...

Jan 17 2016

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102 – Finding your motivation

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(duration 10:04) Another short episode (2 of 3 in our series), in which we cover some of the possibly overlooked aspects of motivation. We’ll be exploring these vital aspects much more in our new course...

Jan 16 2016

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101 – Self-concept facets

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(duration 11:17) We’re back! In this short episode, we cover some of the mental aspects that we’ll be exploring in our new course called Burn Fat For Life. Stay tuned for the next two episodes…...

Jan 14 2016

11mins

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