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“Your brain is a scary place to be, and you don’t want to be in there alone.”
My guest today said that in this interview and I couldn’t write it down fast enough. Because here’s the truth, our thought life, the things we think and believe in our minds, is powerful and can completely drive the boat. If we have negative thoughts, maybe shameful, distrustful, or unworthy thoughts about ourselves and our bodies, it impacts how we show up and care for them.
I’ve invited Sara Sery back on the show with me today. She’s a coach and mentor with her master's in counseling that works with moms like you to help reroute your thought life and to experience small, but significant breakthroughs. But the coolest part is that she’s going to help us do this by showing us how the sweet gospel applies to all areas of our thought life, even our self care.
Sara is the founder of the super popular counseling group Bad Christian Moms, and has many groups and programs to help moms overcome their negative thought patterns and habits, and create new thoughts. This isn’t just the power of positive thinking... this is so much more than that. I’m honored to introduce you to Sara again.
Today, Sara and I are going to chat about our minds and how powerful our thought life is when it comes to showing up and taking care of our bodies.
I’m excited about this conversation because for anyone that has ever made a commitment to change their habits, start a new routine, or be consistent with something good and healthy, it’s quickly apparent that our thoughts drive the boat. Whichever direction our thoughts and our mind goes, that’s the direction our actions go.
I’m constantly reminded of when Paul was completely exasperated with himself in Romans, and I know so many moms agree with what he says:
“ I don’t really understand myself, for I want to do what is right, but I don’t do it. Instead, I do what I hate. But if I know that what I am doing is wrong, this shows that I agree that the law is good. So I am not the one doing wrong; it is sin living in me that does it. And I know that nothing good lives in me, that is, in my sinful nature.I want to do what is right, but I can’t. I want to do what is good, but I don’t. I don’t want to do what is wrong, but I do it anyway. But if I do what I don’t want to do, I am not really the one doing wrong; it is sin living in me that does it.” Romans 7:15-20
And reading between the lines here, we really have the gospel story, which applies to any and every situation - especially our thoughts around our self care habits.
Here are some of the questions that I ask Sara in this interview:
- In what ways do we tend to keep the truth of the gospel separate from our everyday activities of life? (”It lives in the church or spiritual category while everything else lives in the real-time, mundane category”.)
- What is the connection between our thought life and how we show up in life? And what does this have to do with the gospel?
- How does this apply to the way we show up for our bodies? What does the gospel have to do with self-care/wellness/fitness?
- I’ve coached so many women through the years that are listening to a life soundtrack inside of their heads telling them “you’re not worthy; you shouldn’t focus so much on yourself; you don’t deserve the effort; you’ll never get anywhere”. Just a really discouraging script constantly playing in their minds.
- In light of the gospel, how can women change that narrative?
- Teach us a little bit about the concept of neuroplasticity and thought management?
- Any practical tips on how to implement this concept?
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Sara’s FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/badchristianmoms
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