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Inner Archeology with Sarah Turner & Emily Pennystone - Video Edition

Jun 29, 2022

Have you ever felt like when one bad thing happens it creates a domino effect and suddenly the world is crashing down on you? Well, after a technological issue tampered with our topic for today’s episode, we have decided to talk about why we think ‘when it rains it pours.’ We delve into whether a series of bad events happens because of coincidence, mercury being in retrograde, or because we become more sensitive to negativity and therefore attract it. Next, we discuss why we are the center of our own universes and share some of our own ‘when it rains it pours’ stories. We also discuss how people respond to pain, grief, or unfortunate events and why sometimes laughter really is the best medicine before looking at why we associate negativity with more negativity. We then talk about why experiencing hardship makes joy much more powerful. Finally, we bring up the quiet inner voice that is a guiding light in our lives and discuss how imperative it is to give affirmation to that voice as well as ways to help children learn to trust it. Tune in to Inner Archeology to figure out why when it rains it pours!


Key Points From This Episode:

  • Why we think ‘when it rains it pours.’
  • Speculating why bad things happen in a series: coincidence, sensitivity, or something else?
  • How we believe we are the center of our own universe.
  • Why we’re more prone to injury when bad things are happening.
  • Sarah shares a ‘when it rains it pours’ story from her childhood.
  • Why people laugh when they’re dealing with pain or grief.
  • Why Sarah feels like she might have a car accident when she’s having a bad day.
  • Why we associate negative memories with certain negative emotions.
  • The importance of having experienced pain and hardship in order to experience joy.
  • The importance of affirming the quiet inner voice within yourself when you’re having a difficult time – especially when that inner voice has been devalued in the past.
  • Why allowing children to have agency over their bodies and opinions is imperative to help them trust their inner voice.


Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Inner Archeology Email

Sarah Turner on Instagram

Emily Pennystone on Instagram