On the January 23, 2013 episode, Joni discusses her journey as an "emotional stuffer." Emotional stuffers are those who ignore their feelings, setting them aside in favor of keeping up appearances, sacrificing for others or for the sake of perceived moral obligation.
In her case, Joni tells the story of how her own emotional stuffing got so bad that she ended up bedridden, exhausted and depressed. She also describes her journey since then, toward greater personal freedom and insight.
Amazingly, once Joni became healthier emotionally, she regained her physical vitality and lost weight effortlessly. Her story demonstrates the clear connection between physical and emotional health!
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Additionally, Mike Bundrant discusses self-sabotage and the science of psychological attachments that has been suppressed by mainstream mental health since the days of Freud. This model explains the deeper underpinnings of negative emotions in a way that anyone can understand and apply.
Finally, Mike shows how the definition of insanity - when people do the same thing over and over and expect a different result - is not really insanity, but a lack of consciousness. We aren't actually expecting a different result. We are getting exactly what we want at an unconscious level. As soon as we see what it is we are seeking, we gain new choices.
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