Instead of investing all of your time and energy into uninstalling the programming you received as a child, redirect your life with the goal to create the highest possible good and value in this world. – Erick Godsey
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Discovering Our Human Nature: Erick Godsey
How can journaling, meditation, and breathwork help you discover the unconscious characters that lie within?
On Wellness Force Radio episode 276, Onnit Content Manager and Podcast Host of The Myths That Make Us, Erick Godsey, shares how he keeps in check with his ego, social media’s impact on the conscious mind, as well as his personal insight and thoughts on monogamous vs. polygamous relationships.
Discover why life transformations within yourself and others can only happen when you truly come from a place of radical authenticity.
The Myths That Make Us Podcast
I believe we each have an unconscious story about who we are and what kind of world we’re in. This story, our myth, influences our goals, desires, mindset, and happiness. On this podcast, I’m going to help people identify the myths that make them.
“When you are honest and vulnerable with people, it’ll work out beautifully.” – Erick Godsey
Listen To Episode 276 As Erick Godsey Uncovers:
- How the Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology, Carl Jung, impacted his life and spirituality.
- Social media‘s impact on society including our understanding the self and becoming aware of our consciousness.
His favorite tools for handling moments of stress including journaling.
Why meditation and being still are challenging for people in Western cultures but journaling can help them get there.
- Why life transformations can only truly happen when we’re radically honest with ourselves.
- The lack of a fatherly presence he felt in his life and how he tried to find a spiritual father in books, psychedelics, and philosophy.
How psychedelics negatively impacted his mind because he wasn’t truly ready for them and how journaling helped him put his mind back together.
The idea that we choose our parents, life, and programming when we come to this life.
How being unconsciously invited to act as his mother’s psychologist impacted his mind, their relationship, what he’s doing for humanity today, and why he’s grateful for that.
The fact that we’re all just doing the best we can and no one has it all together even if it appears that way on social media.
His relationship with his ego and how he keeps it in check by being present with it.
The experiences and unique challenges he’s facing in a new romantic relationship and what he wants from himself in it.
His current stance on masculine, feminine, intimacy, and relationships.
Monogamy vs polygamy relationships and why people choose to be in one type over the other.
How we can create from a place of truth and love to not fall to the demise of ego, popularity, and social misappropriation.
What he does to help him stay radically authentic to himself and for his social media audience.
How he metaphorically related his unconscious character, dreams, and past relationships with women to the story of Samson and Delilah.
Why he’s radically honest with women about himself, his past wounds, and his wants in a relationship on the first date.
Power Quotes From The Show
“What tools can we use to uncover the unconscious characters inside of us that have been whispering behind the thrones of consciousness that gets us into these patterns in our lives and how can we re-program that?” – Erick Godsey
“One set of people will find the divine through deep work and another set will find it through relationships. People who find the divine in the deep work seem to be able to go deep in a monogamous relationship and it makes them feel safe. In comparison, the people who find the divine in relationships might find polygamous connections a truly an interesting way to live in those bliss moments.” – Erick Godsey
“I know I’m going to die and I know that everything I do will eventually be forgotten at some point in time so what should I do? It’s better to redirect your program towards the highest value than to try to invest all of your energy to uninstall all of the programmings you’ve already received. All of us can take the set programming from the first seven years of our lives and redirect it towards the highest possible good that the programming could be. We chose our parents and we chose this programming so it’s much more effective to redirect it as opposed to try spending 40 years completely undoing it.” – Erick Godsey
“At least once a week during a work day I have to stop what I’m doing, leave my desk, grab my journal, and ask myself, “Why am I alive? What am I doing?” It might appear that I have everything in life together but there are times when I become so overwhelmed and I have to stop and reconnect to why I believe I’m alive.” – Erick Godsey
Links From Today’s Show
- Sunlighten Saunas
- Paleo f(x)
- Dr. Rhonda Patrick
- Joe Rogan
- #66 Josh Trent | Human Optimization Hour w/ Kyle Kingsbury
- Carl Jung
- Why I Write The Morning Pages
- Duncan Trussell
- Friedrich Nietzsche
- Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
- King, Warrior, Magician, Lover by Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette
- WFR 196 Aubrey Marcus
- WFR 132 Christine Hassler
- WFR 191 Mary Shores
- Erick Godsey