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E4: My Mind Does Not Know Sh*t - w. Catie Fenn

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Today we speak with the spiritual teacher powerhouse Catie Fenn, an ex-lawyer whose journey of surrender took her to experience a major spiritual smackdown on the set of the Bachelor! Learn why Catie says that living at the bachelor house felt like being at an Ashram, and how the lessons she learned there have continued to show themselves for years to come.

Explore the concept of ego death and how to become BFFs with the remaining pieces of your ego as you continue through life. And finally, see what Catie means when she says that the best opportunities for growth present themselves when you’re ‘in the smoke’. 

 

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In this episode, Catie challenges Robyn and Jak to identify a practice in their lives that they may rely a bit too heavily upon in order to maintain their stability. We want to pose the same question to you!

Take a minute to be alone and breathe through the following questions: 

Is there a practice you’re clinging to that you’ve been relying too heavily upon? 

What would it be like to remove the practice from your life? 

What might you gain if you removed the practice from your life, even for just a few days? 

If you’re feeling brave, try it and share your results with us @forthewildfemme! We’ll be giving your post a shoutout.


Robyn & Jak

Xx

 

Join our community of badass women rising at www.forthewildfemme.com or on Instagram @forthewildfemme 

To learn more about Catie Fenn and her amazing offerings visit www.catiefenn.com or follow her on Instagram at @catiefenn.

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