The Shift To Freedom
Dealing with Unworthiness' Sneaky Ways with Clayton Olson
Unworthiness is a layered and complex feeling; it can also be manifested in different ways, from overworking ourselves to exhaustion, imposter syndrome, or paralysis.
In this episode, Clayton Olson helps me unravel unworthiness' tricky ways. We learn about the concept of worthiness, how it might be showing up in our lives, and what we can do to reverse unworthiness symptoms and effects.
Throughout our conversation, we analyze some of the typical responses to feeling unworthy, like overworking or procrastination, their origin, and what they are trying to protect us from. Clayton shares Richard Schwartz's fascinating view of humans as a constellation of parts. We take a deeper look at these parts separately, unravel their original intentions, and figure out why they might not be helping us move forward.
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
- About Clayton's look of worthiness (2:12)
- Why we don't do the things, we are supposed to do. The feeling of guilt and obligation (3:45)
- What are overworking, procrastination, and the imposter syndrome protecting us from (4:25)
- The use of the word "should" and the oppressive approach to our tasks (9:31)
- At what point in their lives does someone lose their worthiness, and why (19:27)
- The power of affirmations, visualization, and taking action (22:58)
- If you'd like to enter into a one-on-one dialogue with Clayton about what you can create in your business or relationship, click here.
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