A Thinker's Guide To…
The Apocalypse: The Unveiling
There are many ways to unveil your inner world, many paths to do so. Some meditate, others write. I chose therapy. In our tenth episode of the season, we're exploring what it means to allow our depth and mystery to be unveiled.
Today I'm going to share the story of how I became a therapy client. I've always been way more comfortable alone than being connected. I learned a long time ago how to create a sort of pseudo intimacy with others, so they would only know the surface of me, but never truly know me. Many of us are this way. We need someone to break our heart's wide open and get curious about who we are.
Therapy can change your life in more way than one. The right therapist can help you find love, happiness, and depth. Despite what many people believe, therapy itself is not a step by step process. Rather, it's a deep dive into the ocean of you. However, finding a therapist that really gets you can be a step by step process.
If you are ready to choose therapy, head to a thinkersguide.com/findatherapist to join the wait list for my mini-course on how to find a therapist who gets you, even when you don't get yourself.
Check out my previous episode, The Enemy, here.
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A Thinker’s Guide To… is a podcast for thoughtful, curious observers, who have been collecting systems of meaning for years in a never-ending quest to understand what goes on in your inner world. You feel compelled to not only see what’s in your heart, but to savor the depth and complexity of your life.
I get it. Like you, I’m an endlessly curious soul who delights in thinking about things in unusual ways and asking questions that get under your skin. This is a space for us to discover the profound in the profane.
Join me each week as we tell stories and dig deep to extract their meaning, leaving you with key questions to ponder. Think of each episode as an existential sermon specifically designed for the secular thinkers. Together, we’ll think deeply so we can act boldly in a world undergoing profound transformation.