In this episode of IMperfectly Health, Faith interviews Sara Ness, the Founder and Chief Instigator of Authentic Revolution. She began teaching Authentic Relating in 2012, founding a thousands-strong learning community in Austin, Texas and going on to train over 350 leaders and help found 30+ other communities worldwide. Sara is passionate about exposing the joy of human connection and exploring our creative potential through relationship. She has facilitated at schools, companies, yoga studios, a funeral, Burning Man, and more, bringing playful social technology into the mainstream and the….non-mainstream.
In this episode, you are going to hear Sara share:
her own journey of finding and expressing her authentic self, which led to her creating Authentic Revolution to assist others in doing the same.
how social conditioning impacts your self-expression
how AR offers a brave space to explore your true expression and creating deeper connections with others
the common experience of social anxiety
how and why we show up differently depending on the group we are with
how to bring these practices into your everyday life and interactions with others.
discerning the sweet spot of truth telling and honoring the other.
how being authentic can be mistaken for demanding to be seen.
the health effects of loneliness and inauthenticity
who social media consumption is not connection
the connection of authentic relating, the social engagement nervous system and health & wellness
how to bring these practices into your own community in a fun, inviting way
communication skills you will learn in AR communities
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