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    Anitta: 6 Ways to Heal Your Inner Child & Let Go of Past Trauma

    enJune 03, 2024

    Podcast Summary

    • Self-care and mindfulnessSelf-care and mindfulness are crucial for personal growth and delivering the best possible experience to your audience, whether you're a creator or a consumer.

      No matter what type of content you're consuming or creating – be it a podcast about solving mysteries and understanding adulting, a Netflix show like Bridgerton, or an interview with a Grammy-nominated artist like Anita – the importance of self-care, preparation, and staying in a positive mindset cannot be overstated. Whether it's through meditation, mantras, or seeking guidance from others, taking care of yourself is essential for both personal growth and delivering the best possible experience to your audience. So, whether you're a host, a fan, or an artist, remember to prioritize self-care and mindfulness in your daily life. Listen to Part-Time Genius, How to Adult, or Bridgerton on iHeartRadio, and enjoy the journey of learning, growth, and self-improvement.

    • Self-connection vs ComparisonSelf-discipline and reconnecting with oneself can elevate frequency and vibration, while comparison on social media can lead to negative emotions and hinder personal growth. Focus on personal wants and positive influences to feel good.

      When we feel disconnected or out of alignment, we don't need to overthink or compare ourselves to others. Instead, we can practice self-discipline and reconnect with ourselves to elevate our frequency and vibration. Comparison, especially on social media, can lead to negative emotions and a lack of self-identity. It's important to remember that everyone is unique and has different circumstances, so comparison is unfair and can hinder personal growth. Instead, focus on what you truly want and be true to yourself. Additionally, when we meet people with positive energy, it can have a profound impact on our own well-being. So, surround yourself with positive influences and trust in your own power to feel good.

    • Impact of past experiencesPast experiences, traumas, and inner conflicts can significantly impact our present lives. Through self-reflection, seeking resources, and addressing root causes, we can find balance, calmness, and fulfillment.

      Our past experiences, traumas, and inner conflicts can significantly impact our present lives. The speaker's personal journey involved dealing with various health issues, feeling disconnected from her family, and struggling with her identity as an artist versus her true self. Through a shamanic retreat and self-reflection, she learned to accept and embrace her authentic self, understand her inner child's needs, and prioritize her peace and happiness. By recognizing and addressing the root causes of her struggles, she was able to find balance, calmness, and fulfillment in her life. Additionally, she emphasized the importance of self-care, self-love, and seeking tools and resources that help maintain a positive mindset.

    • External vs Internal HappinessExternal achievements may provide temporary happiness, but true fulfillment comes from within. Focus on personal growth and connection for lasting happiness.

      External achievements, such as money, success, or validation from others, may temporarily fill an emptiness within us, but true happiness and fulfillment come from within. When we have nothing, we may blame external factors for our unhappiness, but when we have it all, the responsibility lies with ourselves. It's essential to understand that we pursue external achievements not because we enjoy the journey but because we believe they will fulfill us. However, when we have achieved all we set out to, we may still feel a sense of emptiness, leading us to seek more external validation. This endless cycle can be broken by focusing on what truly gives our lives meaning and connection. Ultimately, we must learn to be happy with ourselves, regardless of external circumstances, and understand that growth and evolution are not about constantly acquiring more but rather about becoming the best version of ourselves from the inside out.

    • Intergenerational InfluenceOur thoughts and experiences can be influenced by those of our ancestors, even if we have financial security, and acknowledging and addressing these inherited emotions is important for healing and growth.

      Our experiences and thoughts can be influenced by the experiences and thoughts of those around us, even if we're not aware of it. This was exemplified in the speaker's story of inheriting a fear of financial instability from her mother, which manifested in her own life despite having financial security. Additionally, the importance of acknowledging and addressing these inherited thoughts and emotions was highlighted through the use of healing practices like family constellations. The speaker also emphasized the value of spiritual growth and the depth and impact it can have on one's life, contrasting it with material success. Overall, the discussion underscored the interconnectedness of our experiences and the significance of self-awareness and healing in navigating life's challenges.

    • Personal transformationUnderstanding heritage and purpose, addressing mental and emotional challenges, and embracing natural living contribute to a fulfilling personal transformation, interconnected with physical changes.

      Personal growth and spiritual exploration go hand in hand with physical changes. The speaker, who has worked behind the scenes of the hit Netflix series "Bridgerton" and produced a spiritual movie, shares her experiences of transforming her mind, heart, and body. She discusses the importance of understanding one's heritage and purpose, the challenges of being on birth control, and the benefits of living a more natural and mindful life. She emphasizes that these changes are interconnected and that taking care of one's mental, emotional, and physical health is essential for living a fulfilling life. Additionally, she advocates for shared responsibility in matters of reproductive health and encourages small steps towards a more plant-based diet for the betterment of both personal health and the environment.

    • Constellation TherapyConstellation Therapy helps individuals understand and make peace with past experiences and relationships, acknowledging their impact and importance in shaping present and future, and emphasizing self-love and acceptance, despite societal norms.

      Our past experiences and relationships, even those filled with trauma, hold important lessons and energy that can shape our present and future. The Constellation Therapy technique, as described, allows individuals to understand and make peace with these experiences by acknowledging and valuing all parts of themselves. This includes recognizing the impact of family dynamics and the importance of self-love and acceptance. Society's expectations and judgments can also hinder our personal growth and relationships, emphasizing the need to value all aspects of ourselves and others, regardless of societal norms. Ultimately, understanding and accepting our past and present can lead to a more balanced and fulfilling life.

    • Spiritual traditionsRespecting and honoring various spiritual traditions, believing all lead to becoming a better human, and staying true to one's beliefs despite criticism or loss of followers.

      The speaker values the importance of respecting and honoring various spiritual traditions, despite facing criticism and loss of followers. She believes that all religions lead to the same goal of becoming a better human and evolving, and that it's essential to take responsibility for one's actions rather than blaming external forces. The speaker uses her platform to spread positivity and help others, even if it means losing some followers. She has a sense of mission and responsibility to make a difference in people's lives. The speaker's experiences have taught her that, even in the face of adversity, it's important to stay true to one's beliefs and values.

    • Overcoming adversityPersevering through adversity and societal norms can lead to remarkable experiences and achievements. Self-acceptance and not judging others are also crucial.

      Overcoming adversity and breaking through barriers can lead to remarkable experiences and achievements. The speaker, Anitta, shared her journey from facing rejection and prejudice in her home country to performing for a record-breaking audience with Madonna. She also emphasized the importance of self-acceptance and not judging others. Anitta's experiences highlight the importance of perseverance, believing in oneself, and challenging societal norms. Despite facing numerous challenges, including discrimination based on her origins and gender, she continued to pursue her dreams and ultimately succeeded in making a global impact.

    • Staying true to oneselfDespite challenges, staying true to yourself and your art can lead to great rewards. Love and passion for your work can overcome skepticism and rejection.

      Creating something unique and authentic to yourself, despite the challenges and obstacles, can lead to great rewards. The artist in this conversation shared her experience of releasing an unconventional album in the music industry, where Brazilian funk wasn't popular, and playlists didn't exist for such genres. She was determined to put out her album, even when faced with skepticism and rejection. Her only motivation was her love for the music and the fear of not having the opportunity to do so if she didn't try. The album faced numerous challenges, but her passion and determination kept her going. Eventually, it was released, and she was proud of it. The artist also mentioned the importance of spiritual support during her tour and the need for clear communication and understanding in business deals. Overall, her story highlights the importance of staying true to yourself and your art, even when faced with adversity.

    • New experiences, personal growthExploring new cultures, genres, and traditions can lead to profound discoveries and personal growth. Embrace new experiences, find balance in life, and engage in relationships where both parties are treating themselves well.

      Exploring new cultures, genres, and traditions, especially those that are less known or recognized, can lead to profound discoveries and personal growth. Anita's journey is a testament to this, as she shares how her love for Brazilian jazz came about through chance encounters and her dedication to sharing these discoveries with others. This idea of being open to new experiences and not being afraid to step outside of one's comfort zone is a powerful one, as it allows us to broaden our horizons and gain a deeper understanding of the world around us. Additionally, Anita emphasizes the importance of finding balance in life, both in terms of our spiritual and material selves, and in our relationships. Her advice to focus on our own personal growth and only engage in relationships where both parties are treating themselves well is a valuable reminder of the importance of self-care and self-respect.

    • Wealth Redistribution LawIf everyone in the world had to follow one law, it would be a limit on personal wealth to ensure resources for necessities and important causes.

      According to the guest on the podcast, if there was one law everyone in the world had to follow, it would be a limit on the amount of money each person can have. The excess wealth should be shared for necessities like building schools, protecting the environment, and other important causes. The guest emphasized that no one truly needs billions of dollars and encouraged listeners to focus on necessities rather than accumulating excessive wealth. The interview concluded with a call to action for listeners to share what resonated with them from the episode and to listen to other inspiring episodes, such as Rick Rubin's on creativity and finding passion.

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    34:36 Shame and Cruelty Against Obesity

    47:09 Advocating for Body Positivity

    54:14 Is the Fast Food Industry Shrinking?

    57:26 Big Risks When Taking Ozempic

    01:06:34 Varying Clinical Results

    01:14:18 The Most Horrific Side Effect Recorded

    01:16:11 Is Ozempic Safe for Kids?

    01:19:22 Oprah’s Ozempic Challenge

    01:22:50 Is It Cheating?

    01:26:41 Investing in Weight Loss Drugs Research

    01:27:30 How Japan Is Able to Control Obesity

    01:37:01 The Cultural Models We Can Learn from Japan

    01:40:23 Better Eating Habits is Still Necessary

    01:42:52 Johan in Final Five  

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    How to Know if You've Been Lying to Yourself & Learn to Get Comfortable Being Honest With Yourself and Others with Charlamange Tha God

    How to Know if You've Been Lying to Yourself & Learn to Get Comfortable Being Honest With Yourself and Others with Charlamange Tha God

    Why is it challenging to acknowledge when you're lying to yourself?

    How can one maintain a habit of honesty in daily life?

    Today, let's welcome The Breakfast Club co-host Charlamagne tha God. He is a prominent media personality and New York Times bestselling author, best known for his candid approach to celebrity interviews and his advocacy for mental health. His latest book, "Get Honest or Die Lying," challenges readers to forego the superficial and engage in meaningful, transformative dialogue.

    Charlamagne shares his insights on the societal detriments of small talk and why  superficial conversations are not only a waste of time but also a significant barrier to meaningful human connection and understanding. He argues that the small, meaningless exchanges that fill our daily interactions should be replaced with deeper, more substantial dialogues that challenge, enlighten, and engage us on multiple levels.

    With Jay, Charlamagne explores the psychological and social impacts of engaging in—or avoiding—small talk. He illustrates his points with personal anecdotes and experiences, including his own struggles and breakthroughs in striving for more genuine interactions in both his personal life and professional endeavors. He stresses the importance of being present in conversations, listening actively, and expressing one’s true thoughts and feelings without fear of judgment.

    In this interview, you'll learn:

    How to initiate deeper discussions

    How to be honest in conversations

    How to set personal boundaries

    How to reflect on personal growth

    How to encourage others to engage

    This episode not only challenges listeners to evaluate the quality of their own conversations but also inspires them to make every word count in the quest for deeper understanding and genuine relationships.

    With Love and Gratitude,

    Jay Shetty

    You can pre-order Charlamagne’s latest book, Get Honest or Die Lying here: https://www.simonandschuster.com/p/get-honest-or-die-lying-preorder

    This interview was held at Soho Home at Soho Works 55 Water.

    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro

    03:01 Why Small Talk Doesn’ Work

    05:15 Be Honest About Your Feelings

    08:00 How Do You Stop Being Offended?

    09:27 Realizations During Therapy

    12:14 Not Setting Proper Boundaries

    13:32 Stop Being a People Pleaser

    16:50 Online Oversharing

    18:13 Detaching from Your Ego

    20:23 Getting Caught Up in Lies

    23:33 Passing Judgment on People We Don’t Know 

    29:09 Confronting a Cheating Father

    34:48 In-Tune with Your Visions

    39:21 Why Some Things Don’t Work

    42:36 Successful But Unhappy

    01:03:10 Don’t Make a Decision Based on Emotion

    01:06:32 Don’t Confine Yourself In Small Boxes

    01:13:24 Honest Conversations with Your Kids

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