In the last episode, I discussed how our schools and society condition us to put a premium on knowing.
Our identity forms around what we think we know about the world and ourselves, and we are afraid to reveal when we don’t know; it feels antithetical to our very being.
As a result, it becomes uncomfortable to sit and face the truth of not knowing — and most of us are never trained how or why to not know, so we just continue avoiding it.
In this episode, I’m going to show you what happens when you start undoing some of that conditioning from your childhood and sitting in the discomfort of not knowing.
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