We’re officially in the birthday portal, people! Over the next four episodes, I’ll be sharing 40 Lessons in 40 Years. This week’s episode covers the first 10 along with some stories and insights as always. 

To celebrate my 40th birthday and 10 years of the School of Sacred Embodiment I’m releasing two new offerings in September – the CHERISH retreat happening in Spain, Fall of 2024 and a Body Love and Reverence course. Stay tuned for both!

Enjoy this first installment of 40 Lessons in 40 Years and be sure to tune in next week for Part II.

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In episode 437 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

In episode 437 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:56) The happiness of numerical age catching up to wisdom 

(3:39) Lessons 1–5 about inner knowing and honoring internal cycles and rhythms 

(9:53) Lessons 6–10 about utilizing our tools and taking inventory within our life

(15:41) How to find consistency that is applicable to you

(22:11) Social media’s long-term effect on all of our brains 

(27:41) A discussion about hierarchy and equality vs. equitability 

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Quotes from this Week’s Episode of the Embodied Podcast: 

  • Anger, shame, grief, resentment, need to control, need, to be right, need to be good, need to be loved and liked – these are the weeds of our lives. 
  • I really believe that in order to live a really meaningful, fulfilling, purposeful and powerful life, we need to know ourselves in four capacities – physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. 
  • There are four categories in which I believe we need to know and be honest with ourselves, about our lives, and they are: health, wealth, relationships, and spirituality/evolution
  • Once we realize how unique and layered and complex and multi dimensional and dynamic we are, we have to also acknowledge that so is everybody else. 
  • We don’t always need to understand how or why things are the way they are.
  • Holy consistency invites you to figure out what kind of consistency is applicable for you.

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Transcript for Episode 437 “40 Lessons in 40 Years Part I“:

Once we realize how unique and layered and complex and multi dimensional and dynamic we are, we have to also acknowledge that so is everybody else. And we are all built so, so differently.

Elizabeth DiAlto  00:23

What’s up everybody? Welcome to episode number 437 of The Embodied podcast. I’m your host, Elizabeth DiAlto. And today we’re kicking off a four part series called 40 lessons in 40 years, as those of you who are longtime listeners know, every year I like to do some kind of urine review or reflection or lessons learned around my birthday. And this year, because it’s the big four, which I’ve been waiting for, for a while, and I’m very excited about, I decided to really take my time. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  00:53

Last year, I did the 39 lessons in 39 years in two episodes, and it was a lot, I don’t know, if it was a lot for you to listen to. For me, it was a lot to record. in two parts. I’m doing it in four parts this year. So I could take my time, stretch out and do 10 lessons in each episode. And I will say, I bet some of you can relate to this, whether you’re 40, or younger, or older or whatever. One of the most exciting things about turning 40 For me, is finally reaching an age that I feel matches how I’ve always felt on the inside. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  01:31

Like I’ve always felt like a little bit of an old lady on the inside. And not again, not the 40 is even that old, you know, but you know, people will describe a little kids like three going on 30 Or like, she’s five going on 65 Like, that was always me. Grownups were always saying shit like that, to me and about me. I would hear my parents saying stuff like that to their friends. You know, the term like she’s wise beyond her years and all that. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  01:56

So I’m happy that my years are finally catching up with my wisdom, I guess. And like I was saying 40 Still doesn’t quite feel old enough to be quite honest. The age I’ve really been waiting for since I was like 12. It’s 50. And I think I’ve mentioned this on the podcast before. If any of you were Saturday Night Live people back in the day, you’ve probably remember the Molly Shannon, Sally O’Malley skits on Saturday Night Live where she was 50 years old. And that would be her thing. She’d be like, I’m 5050 years old. And I was like, Oh my God, this lady is epic. I want to be 50 years old. I like to punch, kick and stretch. I also like to do all those things. And I hope to still be doing them with just as much enthusiasm when I’m 50 years old. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  02:48

Either way, regardless of the number. I’m grateful to have made it this far in a world where many people don’t. So that said, let’s dive in. I sat down this morning and started just jotting down lessons. And before I knew it, literally like five minutes later, I’d already scribbled down 30 lessons. And so let’s go here’s number one. Oh, but before I do that, though, I’m not going to be elaborating too much on each one least that’s not the plan. But you know me I probably have some deeper thoughts and stories to share. That’ll arise organically as I’m recording here. We’ll see. They came out like kind of bossy, so they’re all in like you statements, some of them came out like we but most of them came out as you and so don’t feel like I’m wagging my finger at you or demanding that like this is about you and you must listen. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  03:39

If it doesn’t resonate as always just like ditch it and move on to the next thing. But number one until you get a significant amount of anger, shame, grief, resentment, and a needs to be right. Need to control need to be good and need to be loved and liked out of your system. The likelihood that you will feel stuck, frustrated, attached, bogged down and way too easily triggered and distractible. By things that truly don’t deserve your time, energy or attention is going to be much higher. Those things right. anger, shame, grief, resentment needs to control needs to be right need to be good needs to be loved and liked. These are the weeds of our lives. They have to be pulled up and out by the roots so that the seeds we came here to plant can be planted and grow or so that the seeds that were planted long ago, can be nourished and allowed and given the space to flourish. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  04:36

And there’s no blame or shame here because we all have these things we all acquire throughout our lives. Anger shame, grief, resentment needs to be right needs to control be good, be loved and liked. And that’s not saying it’s not okay to be right ever or that we shouldn’t desire, real like connection and affection and companionship. But when I talk about those things, I’m talking about the way that they’re insidious and the way that they’re Ego traps and just completely block us from our blessings and from all kinds of connections and stuff. So that’s number one. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  05:07

Number two, I really believe that in order to live a really meaningful, fulfilling, purposeful and powerful life, we need to know ourselves in four capacities, physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. And by spiritually, I mean, the full range of what spiritual can be, and take whichever aspects of it resonate for you delight and excite you or compel you, right. So it could be cosmic, celestial galactic, earth based nature based, whatever makes you feel like your spirit is alive, that your soul is taking up as much space as possible in your life. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  05:54

So that’s what I mean by spiritual. Lesson number three is similar to knowing yourself in four capacities. There are four categories in which I believe we need to know and be honest with ourselves, about our lives, and that is health, wealth, relationships. And either, you know, again, spirituality or evolution, call it whichever you want, depending on how you think about your life and how you engage with your life. You can even call that last one growth. Again, depending like for some people, it is more about evolving spiritually. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  06:32

For some people, it’s about healing, you know, releasing trauma, just becoming a more healthy person, on all the levels, physical, mental, emotional, spiritual. And in each of those categories, there are subcategories. I always classify those when I talk about the life inventory. And speaking of the life inventory, that is less than number four. So once you are getting into knowing yourself physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and engaging with your life consciously in the categories of health, wealth, relationships, and you know, spirituality, growth or evolution, we need ways of reflecting on all those things like measuring how am I doing? 

Elizabeth DiAlto  07:15

What are my current like? What are my dreams, my goals, my benchmarks, my visions? What just make sense for me, what do I need to stay on top of in order, again, to just be functioning in a way that is most aligned, right, that works the best for me, there is a lot of stuff out there. All these you know, trackers and calendars and planners and wearables. Like we can track our steps we could track our sleep, we know our heart rate, we know this that the other thing how much our body consumes oxygen and expels carbon dioxide when we’re sleeping. It’s not just about stuff like that. It’s just about paying attention to, to staying up till 11 o’clock serve me in this season of my life. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  07:58

Like, should I be going to bed a little bit earlier? Am I a night owl? Great? Like, do I need to sleep in great to the best of my ability? Can I plan my life around just these natural rhythms that I’ve observed in myself? Or does my life not allow me to do that? And if it doesn’t, what do I need to do so that I can sustain myself, things like that. So reflecting taking that inventory, you know, measuring and tracking stuff that makes sense that is useful to you to measure and track, not to give you something to be stressed out worried anxious, or beat yourself up about, but just you know, ways to like keep tabs on stuff because there’s just so much going on in all of our lives. Even for people who are like, tuned in with like natural rhythms and flow, it still is good to look at and be honest with yourself. These are really just tools for self honesty, which is great. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  08:52

Number five is I really believe it serves us so deeply to move with seasons and cycles. And that could be you know, the seasons of the year the cycles of the moon a menstrual cycle, if you’re a person who believes it could also be by any other system or dates or rhythms. If that makes sense to you. It could be by the astrological calendar, like in the wild soul sacred body membership. We moved by the astrological calendar. So our month is begin when the new astrological season begins each month and that’s how we move through things rather than doing things, you know, the first of every month, because I like to tune in and tap in with seasons and energy. And it’s also always so interesting to see how by just acknowledging and working with those energies even for people who aren’t super into astrology. You know, there’s very often themes that are correlating in our lives with what’s going on in the cosmos. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  09:53

Number six. Speaking of astrology, tools like astrology and human design I really believe are here so that we can understand our uniqueness and complexity. So that we can see our wiring. It’s kind of like a motherboard, if you pulled apart your computer, or if you pulled apart if you lifted up the hood of a car to see what’s under the hood, or you know, if you opened up the walls to see how the circuits, the electricity, the circuitry runs through your walls and how all that stuff works. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  10:28

This is how I view tools, like astrology and human design for him. So we could just see the complexity, the gears and o’clock like so there you go, I gave you four different metaphors, hopefully, one or all of them, or some of them land for you. It’s like, how am I wired? How do I work? What makes me tick? What helps me thrive? What slows me down? What am I not built for? What am I excellent at what comes so naturally to me, that I might not even have realized is a gift because I just assumed it’s easy for other people, because it’s so easy for me, stuff like that. That’s what I love astrology and human design for. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  11:11

And the other side of that coin is once we realize how unique and layered and complex and multi dimensional and dynamic we are, we have to also acknowledge that so is everybody else. And we are all built so, so differently. Which means to go back to the lesson where I talked about it was number one, right? Letting Go, especially if needs to be controlled, needs to be in control needs to be right need to be good or loved and liked. Some of those things are rooted in thinking that other people should do think or be the same way we are. So when we could acknowledge because it’s like right there in the charts in front of us how different we all are in so many different ways. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  12:05

We can actually it’s like an automatic reason to just have so much more compassion for ourselves and each other. What it also helps us acknowledge is just in very simple terms, compatibilities and incompatibilities. And when I say that I’m not talking about being like, Well, I’m a Virgo, and I don’t get along with Aquarius is like, you know, listen, those of you who are really into astrology, you might have noticed some patterns in your life. Like, there might really be some people who fairly often you don’t get along with someone and then you’re like, Oh, damn, they’re a Libra. How about that? You know? Does that mean that you just don’t mesh with any Libras? whatsoever? No. But I mean, it’s also good to know, right? It is also good to know because I certainly have, I certainly have a couple of those myself, right?

Elizabeth DiAlto  13:03

Like, Capricorn men tend to be challenging for me, Capricorn women, though I love. It’s also interesting to me to to observe how sometimes it is gender specific. But again, it’s not always, it’s not always. And also, again, just fascinating to acknowledge and see patterns and things. Like when I started my sacred Slit Experiment last year, like the first six dudes I met, five of them were Libras. And they weren’t all just Libras. They were like, first week of October Libras. I was like, What the hell is going on here? 

Elizabeth DiAlto  13:38

So sometimes, you know, these things just will give us patterns to look at and be curious about, because I’m gonna say this elsewhere in another lesson somewhere, but, you know, we don’t always need to understand how or why things are the way they are. But sometimes it’s useful to be curious and consider. We just don’t have to like torture ourselves about that if the answers aren’t obvious. Hello, everybody quick break in the show. And if you’re hearing this commercial, it is leading up to September 2023, where we are celebrating two things longtime listeners and followers know that every year around my birthday, which is September 14, I always like to do some kind of birthday sale or some kind of birthday offering. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  14:21

This year, we also happen to be celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the School of sacred embodiment. So it is a double exciting celebration this year, coming in September. Two things that I am releasing that I’m super excited about. Can I say the word exciting. Any more times in this little announcement, our D cherish retreat which is happening in the fall of 2024. This is going to be a retreat about self love and body love and reverence. It will be happening in southern Spain, October 31 and November 6 2024. If you want the details about that retreat, and if you want to receive like the first off offer which is going to include a discount of 10%. For the 10 year anniversary of this little sacred embodiment, get yourself on the retreat interest list by going to untamed yourself.com forward slash retreat dash interest. And as well, I will be launching my body love and reverence course in September, you do not need to get on an interest list for that I will be announcing that far and wide and giving everyone and anyone an opportunity to join that. And that’s it, y’all, the birthday anniversary celebrations are coming. Stay tuned, they begin on September 18.

Elizabeth DiAlto  15:41

Lesson number seven here, I want to bring up holy consistency which I’ve done entire podcast episodes about this, I did a whole workshop in the beginning of this year, the life inventory and holy consistency workshop, which I know some of you took that some of you are members in wild soul secret body and you have access to that, but similar to earlier have is talking about the importance of tracking certain things just so again, we can see where we are, right we can even recognize or see patterns or notice like man, I haven’t been feeling my best lately. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  16:11

Well, I’ve also been going to sleep at midnight. And I know I feel much better if I’m in bed by 1030. It’s just like, again, it’s learning ourselves. It’s learning our lives. It’s paying attention for stuff. So rather than like beating ourselves up all the time, or being like what’s wrong with me, we can go oh, I got it. Like I’m noticing a pattern here. Let me see if maybe I switch that up, that might make a difference. So we can just constantly be experimenting with things and coming to valid conclusions, because we’ve tried things out. And we’ve seen. So Holy consistency, I started talking about this in 2018, because we do all need consistency. But consistency does not look the same for everybody. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  16:53

And one of the biggest problems with folks out there who preach consistency and routine is that they are only teaching how to be consistent, or routines that work for certain types of people, and are not universally applicable. Holy consistency invites you to figure out what kind of consistency is applicable for you. And one of the things that also factors in is the seasons and cycles of your life. And this is something that I’ve just been observing throughout most of my 30s I’m like, You know what, I’m a pretty consistent person with a lot of things. But during certain seasons, or during sight, certain cycles, depending on what’s going on in my life or my business or where I’m living or how much I’m traveling or how I’m engaging with other people. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  17:43

Some things will be easier or harder. And so again, this just helps me to go okay, what needs to be consistent here. And what has also helped me establish is just some pillars, some pillars in my life. So for example, I’m an early riser. I’ve always been an early riser. Some of you have heard of the chrono types. And when I look at the chrono types, I’m the lion, I’m the early riser. And I’ve said many times in my life, no matter what time I go to bed, I still wake up between five and 7am. So I know when I do things like go salsa dancing, for example, if I’m out to like, one or two o’clock in the morning, I’m gonna go to sleep, still gonna get up probably like 536, maybe 637. And I’m not necessarily a big Napper. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  18:27

So I might just be low energy that day, like that’s just going to be a day that I didn’t get enough sleep. And that just is what it is for me. Also, in the morning, some of my most creative moments, some of my best writing my best work, like happens early in the morning. So whereas a lot of people who might teach, you know, wake up in the morning, first meditate, pour into yourself, and I bought into that years ago. And listen, a lot of mornings I do that. But for the most part, what I’ve noticed over the last several years is what works best for me is I wake up in the morning, I do a little bit of prayer embodiment, a little movement, sometimes a little journaling. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  19:09

But then I get to work when like my mind is fresh. And even if I do a little bit of work, like knock at least one thing out for example, like recording this podcast, then maybe I go paddleboarding, then I do a couple things and then I can come back and like you know flow through my work for the rest of the day. But often some of my best productivity, especially creative stuff comes through early in the morning. So I’ve learned to protect that space. Like two years ago, maybe more than that. I stopped scheduling any kind of call before noon in my business. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  19:45

Now, if there’s an extenuating circumstance, like a timezone someone’s in Europe or Australia or something, I’ll be like, alright, well, let’s get it in earlier, but I do that very rarely. It’s a it’s a very rare exception. It’s never the rule. And I also really realize how for years when I was like trying to schedule stuff at 10am, that just did not give me enough time in the morning to flow through whatever I needed to flow through, before I like dove into engaging or interacting with other people. And so that’s just an example of something I realized and things that I let myself be consistent with. Lesson number eight. And y’all, I’m gonna be a little staunch about this. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  20:28

And if you’ve been listening to the podcast this year, especially, that you’ve heard me talk about this friggin book, stolen focus by Johann Hari, many of you also know that I have been logged out of social media since June 3. And I have to tell you, I have no intention of going back, I was going to log out for the summer. But really after like the first two weeks, I’m like, I don’t think I need this ever again. And even for the business for as long as I spent building that platform, for as much fun as I had with it for so many years. You know, in July, when we did our Mary Magdalene feast day offering, we have the best outcome and experience with that, then we’ve had, since the very first year, I did a Mary Magdalene feast day offering in 2016. And I wasn’t using any social media, so prove to myself that I absolutely do not need social media to run my business, which is very exciting. Also, just my mental and emotional health. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  21:25

Again, to go back to the first lesson about get clearing and keeping anger, shame, grief, resentment, like making sure you have ways to like alchemize and process those things consistently irregularly. Because it’s not like once you release your anger, like up, there’s no more anger ever again, like, of course, there will be things that will make you angry, you know, of course, there will be new things to grieve. Of course, there might be something new that comes up and causes resentment. But for the most part, I had so much anger, pretty regularly flooding through my system, since 2020. And logging out of social media single handedly reduce that, like so dramatically. This is why I’m going to be very staunch about this lesson. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  22:11

And this isn’t actually just me being staunch, opinionated because I’ve had an experience. There are studies and reports and like actual science to back this up. daily use of social media, meaning multiple check ins with social media, every single day, is not healthy for anyone’s brain. I, for many years was thinking it was all about and this was like an example of an individual trying to take personal responsibility for a systemic issue, right for an issue that’s actually much bigger than the individual, right thinking, well, if I just take breaks or social media here and there, or if I log on on the weekends, or if I only check it once or twice a day, or if I only check it between the hours of this and this, like there are even apps like focus apps so that you won’t get distracted by it in the middle of the day or whatever. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  23:04

But the fact of the matter is that logging into social media every single day of your life, especially more than once or multiple times throughout the day, that should is not good for anybody, period, end of story. And it doesn’t matter who you are either how reliant your work is on social media, it fucks with everybody on a level, and how much you interact with it absolutely matters. It affects you. It affects all of us physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. So that is just a real. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  23:35

And as we move forward, especially now that there’s so many bots, and there’s all this AI when we are interacting when we’re on social media. So often we’re not even engaging with people. And we’re being activated, triggered incensed by frickin like literally robots. So that are designed to like, get our attention and fire us up as a way to get us to like take action, do things, buy things, think certain ways. It is just so manipulative out there. And yes, as much beautiful and incredible content by like pure hearted and benevolent people as there is. There’s simply because of all the algorithms and all the ads and the way that the platforms make money. There’s just literally no way of engaging with it without on a level having to be distracted, and have your attention hijacked by things that you didn’t consent to and wouldn’t opt in for if you had a choice. And these platforms no longer give anyone a choice.

Elizabeth DiAlto  24:40

Number nine some of you have heard me mentioned in the past, having some emotional eating, preoccupation, and I’ve never it’s never been like a like an eating disorder or anything that intense for me. But it’s certainly been enough to like pay attention to it and want to work on it and do things about it. And I’m in a much better place. With all that stuff now, and the conclusion I’ve come to is that food is one of the best things about being on Earth. It just is not for everybody, right? Like for people who love food, or for people who like just really enjoy eating or cooking, or the experience or the sensuality of it. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  25:15

So this is not everybody. Because I know some people are just like F food, whatever I eat, because I need to live. Right. So this this lesson is not for those people. But for people who like love food, derive pleasure and joy, from food or find connection through food, whether that’s connection in general, or connection with others by like, sharing meals and stuff like that. It’s very worthwhile to figure out a healthy relationship to fully enjoying food, if it brings you pleasure, joy, and delight. And it doesn’t just take care of itself. Like we do have to we have to address it, we have to look at that. And the number 10, for this that we’re going to conclude today’s episode with and then we’ll come back with what will that be 11 to 20. Next week, is hierarchy can be healthy. The way most things engage, or use or leverage hierarchy in this world is extremely unhealthy. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  26:14

But if you look at an example, like B is the thing about hierarchy that can be really beautiful as that if we’re not engaging with it as a way of looking at who’s the most powerful, who’s better than somebody else, like who’s more worthy or successful or and using all of these man man, right, like human constructed, colonial, capitalistic, imperialistic, like all the things, white supremacist ways of like measuring things and evaluating the worth of humans. Hierarchy is just like, it just means everybody has their place. Right? Everyone is in a role that suits them. And that is the case in which hierarchy can be super healthy. And again, why do we look at bees, right? Like in bee colonies, there’s a queen bee. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  27:06

There’s worker bees that you know, there’s, there’s different bees that do different things. And the bees aren’t fighting over who gets to do what they’re there in their role. They’re doing their thing. And obviously, bees don’t have conscious minds and egos to grapple with, like humans. But it’s like, well, what if we could take a nod from nature and be like, Ha, maybe this is just my role to play at least my role for right now. So when everyone is in an appropriate role, or an aligned role for them, things can be equitable, because again, I say again, we didn’t talk about this yet in this episode.

Elizabeth DiAlto  27:41

I say again, because I’m like always thinking about this. People talk about equality. But really, the thing that we want is equitability, because equitability factors in the different different places where people are in their lives, and in an all kinds of different ways. Like some people simply don’t need what other people need to be able to thrive or flourish or function or survive, right. And the goal, obviously, would be that not people, everyone gets to survive minimally. Right? Everyone has their basic needs met. But then also be lovely, if far more people, if not all people could thrive. Now that might be a little idealistic. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  28:20

One of the things I just noticed that probably is more harmful than helpful is people out here, wanting everything to be equal in a universe where that actually doesn’t necessarily even make sense, or serve. And sometimes our internal and unconscious biases around like colonialism, exceptionalism, supremacy and things like that will have us wanting things for people that they don’t want for themselves, or forcing things on people that they didn’t ask for, and that perhaps they don’t even feel like they need. So just zooming out and considering hierarchy in a different way I have found has really helped me to just accept the world the way it is, and also honor people for who and how they are. So hope you enjoy the first installment of 40 lessons in 40 years. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  29:20

This was part one. We’ll be back next week with part two. And as always, if you want to check the show notes, that’s an untamed yourself.com forward slash podcast. There’s also links and notes everywhere you listen to podcasts, like there’s somewhere to click and see and click on any resources or other podcasts episodes or things that I’ve mentioned. Anything you want to know about what’s going on in the school of sacred embodiment can always be found at untamed yourself.com forward slash links.

Elizabeth DiAlto  29:48

And as well, we have some exciting stuff coming up in the month of September. I’m going to open applications for the cherish retreat, which is the first full on retreat that I’ve actually run since 2015. Very excited about that. it that’s going to be in southern Spain, October 31, to November 6 in 2024. So that’s next year, plenty of time to think about it and plan ahead. If you want to join for that, and cherish it’s called cherish because it’s going to be about self love, and also body love and reverence. And as well for a birthday month and anniversary month because we’re coming up on my 40th birthday. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  30:21

But we’re also coming up on the 10 year anniversary of the School of sacred embodiment. I will be launching a new course, the body love and reverence course, which I’m very excited about. And you know, there’s always There’s always more things the wild still archetypes quiz is coming back. Honestly, it might even be back by the time this episode goes up, if not, probably by next week. So keep an eye out. 

Elizabeth DiAlto  30:41

And again, links to all the things are always at untamed. yourself.com forward slash links. And if you’re a woman who wants to geek out about the podcast and be in community with some wild souls like you head on over to untamed yourself.com forward slash community or maybe it’s free Dash community. It’s Our Community on mighty networks. But again, the link broken record now the link is at untamed yourself.com forward slash links. It’ll say join the free community. Men again that’s for women only over the past couple weeks. We’ve had some men trying to sneak in there. And man, we love you. But that’s just that’s not the space that I hold online. All right, everyone. We’ll be back next week with lessons 11 to 20.