The truth about transformation? It is super unsexy. Tracey and I are talking all about why this is true and asking the following question: How do you buy into the process of change when the outcome isn’t guaranteed?
Specific topics discussed include:
- There is no formula for healing
- Letting go of a specific expectation/outcome
- Meditation isn’t a magic bullet
- True change happens in small habits done consistently over time
- We will always get triggered
- Committing to healing requires faith
- Relationships are about processes, too
- Focus on feeling states instead of tangible things
- Changing our relationships with our mothers
- Better vs. different
- Satisfaction is in the pursuit of the goal
- We’re terrible at predicting what will make us happy in the future
- Joy in suffering
- Investment without attachment
- How pain can be useful
- How do you know when it’s time to make a change
- Healing our relationships with our bodies
- Transformation is about intentionally changing patterns
- 90% of what we do in a day is automatic
- How do you know you’ve changed?
- Why it can be helpful to track certain things to gather evidence of change
- Specific tools Tracey and Cayly have used to change their lives
- And more!
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The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
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Stumbling on Happiness by Dan Gilbert
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