In this shorter episode we note the upcoming low-carb conference (online), which will offer a lot of useful information about achieving metabolic health and well-being. Our physical health remains vital as the pandemic continues, since governments are still hindering highly useful decentralized solutions (namely, inexpensive rapid antigen tests and engineered antivirals). I then list all the questions that psychologist Nathaniel Branden posed to his clients about their childhoods via the parenting they experienced. We’ve of course explored each question during episodes over the last year on the show. Reflecting on all of them can be challenging, as they indicate many ways we can reparent ourselves, ways we can heal and grow from developmental trauma, and ways we can practice compassionate communication. Cultivating inner peace is part of this process.
Virtual Boca 2021 (Jan 15 -17) – Metabolic Health Conference
Gary Taubes’ New Book – The Case For Keto: Ep 63
Two books by Nathaniel Branden containing the important questions about childhood
Pathways to Liberation Self-Assessment
Essentials of NVC methodology
Informational nonviolent communication PDFs (~2MB)
Thich Nhat Hanh Prayer for Peace WisdomMoment
Kosheen – All in my head (Planet Funk Remix)
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From the second reboot of the podcast in 2019, the focus has expanded to include much more social and political aspects of our lives—our broader cultural environment. Oftentimes, we find ourselves trying to attain an optimal self amidst confusing ideas, dysfunctional behaviors, and distorted psychological mirrors of others. Ultimately, everyone can suffer from the seemingly intractable—and commonly normalized—problems of our culture, so it’s important to get the essential information by which to flourish, both psychologically and interpersonally. Enjoy the journey!