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Hi I’m Rosie Acosta. I am a Meditation Teacher; Speaker and Author of You Are Radically Loved: A healing journey to self-love. I grew up in East Los Angeles during the 92 La Riots and it set me on a troubled path for many years. I didn’t grow up with mentors in my life, so I turned to reading as many books as I possibly could to learn about life’s purpose. In my journey as a First Gen-Mexican American, I found having these conversations gave me insight, support, and inspiration. So, I decided to create a place where I could share these conversations with my community. The Radically Loved Podcast was born! How do we create a radically loved life? Come have a sit with me so we can discover all things mindfulness, spirituality, self-love, and overall healthy living. Please be sure to share the episodes that you love and also leave us a review!
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Mar 26, 2021

How to Trust Your Truth with Shannon Algeo 

Are you living a life that is true to your being? For that matter, how do we know what our truth is, anyway? Do you know how to trust your emotions? Every day, we are bombarded with tasks and responsibilities that we sometimes forget to listen to our inner wisdom, thoughts, and feelings.

In today's episode, Shannon Algeo joins us to talk about listening to our inner truths and how they can manifest in our lives as synchronicities. He also shares how self-damaging patterns can affect our self-worth and relationship. Dealing with these patterns is not about suppressing, avoiding, or feeling ashamed about it, but learning how to trust yourself for who you are and moving forward.

If you want to learn how to trust your truth, this episode is for you!

Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:

  1. Discover what happens when we keep repeating self-damaging patterns.
  2. Learn why and how to trust and listen to our truths.
  3. Understand the importance of rage without feeling ashamed about it.

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Episode Highlights

When We Keep Repeating Patterns

  • Shannon shares how he kept suppressing and repressing emotions over the years.
  • This culminated in a trigger when his friend canceled his birthday plans.
  • He has a habit of making people’s emotions about himself.
  • Having self-worth and self-esteem tied to others harms relationships in many ways.
  • The events of Shannon’s birthday were a wake-up call.

Listening to our Truth

  • We often ignore signs and signals about our truths.
  • For Shannon, the trigger event was when he resolved to wake up and tackle his codependency problems.
  • We need to learn how to communicate with ourselves.

Shannon’s Struggle with the Book

  • Shannon grew up learning how to be a mediator and shapeshifter for his parents, who would not communicate.
  • He felt a lot of power knowing things his parents didn’t know about each other.
  • When writing his book, he felt the urge to edit it to appease his parents.
  • But he had to stand his ground and write down his truth.

Power of the Unconscious Mind

  • Before publishing, Shannon had all this anxiety because he felt he needed to tell his father about the book’s content.
  • He suddenly had a dream about his grandfather that finally gave him the courage to publish the book.
  • He realized that his actions are not just for his healing but also those around him.
  • The unconscious mind and the universe are the same.
  • Listen to the full episode to learn more about Shannon’s dream and how we need to listen to synchronicities.

What Relationships Teach Us

  • Every relationship is a teacher; we can learn something about ourselves from these experiences.
  • Shannon shares how he adopted a puppy, Ginger, when he became newly single and lived alone for the first time.
  • Sometimes, he would get so mad at Ginger and realized that he grew jealous of his puppy.
  • He longed for the level of care and love he was giving Ginger.
  • Shannon used to feel so much shame from his anger. Listen to the full episode to learn how he’s learning to work through it.

Radical Acceptance

  • Shannon feels radically loved when he allows himself to be himself.
  • For Shannon, being radically loved means taking off your armor and jumping in, getting naked vulnerably and emotionally.

5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode

[18:39] “I'm gonna have to learn how to work with this and finally give up the codependency that continues to harm myself and others in subtle and not so subtle ways in my relationships.”

[19:43] “The nature of truth and connecting to the truth within us. It speaks to us in whispers and our meditation practice. It speaks to us, but we don't tend to listen to it, so then it starts to knock, and it starts to lay into things in life.”

[27:54] “The bigger picture of this thing that I'm healing within myself is going to ripple not just into future generations and the people around me.”

[39:28] “What I learned was that part of my rage was that I was so jealous of how good I was taking care of her [Ginger, my dog]. And my inner child and my wounded self was longing for that level of care for myself, and I needed to learn how to take care of Shannon.”

[40:25] “How can I exhaust this intense emotion without harming myself or others? That's my practice now is like I that's what I love about what you said is you don't feel shame about your tantrums. And that is the key; I used to feel shame about my anger. So I would suppress it, which guaranteed that it would come out stronger later.”

About Shannon

Shannon Algeo is a life coach, motivational speaker, yoga teacher, and meditation coach. He helps people heal old patterns of trauma and negativity by working with clients, giving them the push to live a life of power, presence, and purpose.

In 2019, he was named as one of the "35 Under 35 in Wellness to Watch'' by Wanderlust. Shannon was also listed as one of the "Nicest Instructors in New York City" by RateYourBurn for his yoga and meditation classes. He also leads corporate mindfulness programs for companies like the global non-profit (RED) founded by Bono and several start-up companies. He has given talks for lululemon, Wanderlust, and the United Nations for Yoga and the UN Culture of Peace.

Shannon hosts an iTunes Top Podcast called SoulFeed, where he interviews iconic wellness leaders. You can also tune in to his podcast on SoundCloud and Youtube.

If you want to connect with Shannon, visit his website or follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  

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To feeling radically loved,

Rosie

 

 

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