This week’s show is with Dave Booda, a writer, teacher and musician. He is the co-founder of IntimacyFest, an annual festival in Southern California that celebrates connection, sexual self-expression and community. He writes weekly at Boodaism.com and his work has been featured on ABC, NBC, National Geographic, Elephant Journal, Good Men Project and Thought Catalog. He is the host of three podcasts, Dude Panel Radio, Darken the Page and Boodaism.
In this show we explored about one of Dave’s recent posts about how we rarely go after the medicine we need. When it comes to our personal growth we typically do what’s comfortable and what we’re already good at. If we can instead lean into discomfort and things that we’re not so good at, that’s when real transformation can occur.
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What you’ll learn from this episode:
- We tend to do the same things over and over when it comes to personal growth, this is amplified because we’re often surrounded by people with similar beliefs and preferences. It can take some effort to go outside of our normal surroundings to look for the medicine we actually need!
- Self-awareness can only get us so far if we’re only listening to ourselves, real awareness and growth comes from being part of a community and listening to others about what they see in us.
- We don’t necessarily have to completely change how we approach our personal growth, sometimes it’s powerful to just lean a bit in the opposite direction.
Resources and stuff that we spoke about:
- Dave’s fb post we talked about in this episode
Dave’s website: Boodaism.com
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