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
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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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
We all have things we need to unlearn about money. Suffering is virtuous, life is hard, you’re a victim; these are just some of the beliefs that you might not even be aware that you have! The journey of moving from a mindset of scarcity to abundance is one that
While Sarah and Emily both had very different upbringings, both of them experienced watershed moments where they had to confront beliefs that they held but no longer identified with. For Emily, it was the realization that the religious ideals she was living her life by were not her own; while
Today’s society has built a narrative around suffering and success: that suffering is noble, and that without it we do not deserve success. Now throw social media into the mix, and we have a scenario where suffering is compared between people, and some stories are being minimized. Tune in to
Before we had even met in person for the first time, we knew we wanted to be in each other’s lives. We first met at the Battery Park Book Exchange in Asheville, North Carolina, where we skipped the small talk and got straight to the heart of our deepest struggles,