The Art of We
The Art of We
Jan 5, 2023
11. Stopping Repetitive Patterns From Childhood
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We’ve found that getting stuck in our familiar victim mindset patterns often stops us from achieving the goals and desires that we deeply hold in our hearts. So, what can we do from a psychological perspective to get out of our own way? In this episode, we share the different tools and modalities that we personally use to address challenging imprints from childhood that can cause unwanted results. 

We’ve found that doing this victim mentality healing inside of a partnership is especially helpful for discovering blindspots and unconscious behaviors. We all hold core stories about who we are and what’s possible for our lives, but we don’t often stop to think about where those beliefs come from. 

In our conversation, we break down some real-life examples that we’ve experienced recently. We describe breakthroughs that we’ve had with EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), psychedelic-assisted therapy, and PACT couples therapy. We highlight some of the key elements of trauma work and ways to safely explore your past. We also discuss the connection that these inquiries have with liberation, success, and goal-setting. 

Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or on your favorite podcast platform. 

Topics Covered:

  • Identifying a victim mentality and developing a healthy relationship with that perspective 
  • Understanding why we self-sabotage and fall off track with our goals 
  • Clues that we use to see how our history affects our present actions 
  • How doing trauma work has unlocked growth and opportunities for us
  • Tools to become more aligned with inspiring goals and aspirations 

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