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Episode 52 – How to Untangle Dysfunction and Build Better Relationships

On this episode of The Rob Scott Show, Rob and Sarah continue talking about mental health. Listen to the second part of this episode to learn more about the spectrum of psychological health.

If codependency is lost in the “world” with little sense of self, narcissism is the opposite. It’s being lost in “self” with little sense of the world. The key is to have balance.

Discover how you can improve relationships when you enter into the “we” space. Within this psychological space, it’s important to hold boundaries and know your values.

This discussion will help you have better relationships. Get tips on how to preserve the balance of self and world so you can be more healthily individuated and happy relating.

Other Topics Covered in this Episode:

  • Codependency and the self-world model
  • Narcissism and the self-world model
  • Why balancing the model is key
  • Untangling dysfunction when waking up to codependency
  • The importance to holding boundaries
  • Why knowing what you need is crucial
  • Working towards healthy independence
  • Healthy ways to connect with others
  • Individuating from your relationships
  • The power of objectifying the self-world model
  • Exploring the “we” space and psychological agreement
  • Navigating divorce and co-parenting
  • The ability to shift your version of psychological self
  • Changing your values can change yourself
  • The power of identity shifting
  • We can evolve your consciousness if you master identity
  • Useful coaching and therapy
  • Why society promotes codependency
  • The meta structure for evolving your consciousness

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Episode 51 – The Crucial Technique to Balance Mental Health

I hope you enjoy this important episode of The Rob Scott Show.

Rob and Sarah explore the spectrum of mental health. Specifically, they discuss what codependency & narcissism really is, and how to fix it.

There is a crucial skill required to improve your mental health.

Listen to this episode to gain the ability to objectify your “self-world model,” and discover how to balance it effectively.

You can loosen attachment to “self” and “world.” This is the key to building better relationships. It will make you a more holistic person and help you have healthier relationships.

Other Topics Covered in this Episode:

  • Gain the freedom that comes from forgiveness
  • The spectrum of relating
  • Narcissism and codependency
  • Neurotic, anxious, fearful
  • Looking at psychological disorders
  • The difference between leaving self or losing self
  • Expressing codependency
  • Learning to have empathy and compassion
  • Why it’s hard to realize you’re stuck in a model
  • The unconscious meanings that create a mental health
  • Why the Fundamental Shift can help narcissism and codependency
  • This is subtle because of the self-world model is subtle
  • Belief as an assuredness of meaning
  • How to avoid being a victim
  • Meaning making as an invisible influence
  • Predictive modeling and the certainty and human
  • The evolutionary function of “knowing”
  • Loosening of attachment over dissolving belief
  • Changing your psychological grip
  • The wisdom to be better wholistic people
  • Learning how to balance your self-world model is key
  • Strategies to manage our feelings
  • Addiction and codependency
  • Objectify the self-world model

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Episode 50 – The Universal Solution to the Problem of “Self”

I hope you enjoy this episode of The Rob Scott Show. Rob and Sarah discuss a variety of ways you can optimize your relationships.

Discover exactly what strategy will help you get along with others. The goal is to learn to build a shared narrative within the collective.

As simple as that sounds, we’re often held back by the “story of self.” Growing in consciousness is a universal solution to help us all get along better.

When we’re in the model, learning how to master our identity is a valuable skill. It helps you learn to individuate, hold boundaries, and find shared values in a healthy way.

Other Topics Covered in this Episode:

  • Relating to self, story of self, and consciousness
  • How relationally driven the self is in any moment
  • The psychological challenges of different relationships
  • Relating and our identity
  • The memory and history of our story of self
  • Modeling, meaning making, and relationships
  • The complexity of relating and relationships
  • Building a shared narrative
  • The “problem with bullshit”
  • Unconscious modeling that’s constructing self
  • The big problem of “self”
  • Am I modeling effectively and usefully
  • Exploring cultural implications of relating
  • Context and the self-world model
  • How to move out of time and into the moment
  • Relating and The Fundamental Shift
  • How your history rewrites itself and feels permanent
  • The real function of “self”
  • How identity can trick you
  • Creating a shared history within collective
  • Trust and betrayal in relationships
  • Holding boundaries
  • Re-constructing a brand new model
  • Examining the “us” vs “them”
  • Defining shared values within the collective
  • Building a shared model together
  • How do I optimize our unconscious meanings

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Episode 49 – Discover a More Powerful Way to Relate

In this episode of The Rob Scott Show, discover how to improve your ability to relate.

Relating is the “game of being human.” Mastering it in a useful way might be counterintuitive.

It’s not just about relating to other people. There’s actually a meta level of relating you might not know about. Find out why relating outside of “self” is the super skill we actually need.

If you can find the connection between your meaning making and relating, you gain a new sense of freedom. If you can be more aware of how you relate in and out of the “self-world model,” you’ve evolved your consciousness.

This skill can help you build more shared spaces of agreement with others. It will also help you have more authentic connections in your relationships.

Other Topics Covered in this Episode:

  • Why learning how to relate is important
  • The complexity of being alive
  • How you can relate to “the story of self”
  • Exploring the models of self
  • The foundational problem with being human
  • Consciousness itself vs the self-world model
  • Self as the “looker” and the world
  • The psychological mirror of self
  • Person to person justification space
  • The influence that others have on our behavior
  • Relating to consciousness
  • The “I” and the “Me” and how we see ourselves
  • Perspectives and simulating self in relationship
  • Why we don’t actually have shared reality
  • Mind spaces and creating an agreed upon reality
  • Shared values and justification space
  • Getting better at relating
  • Truth, fact, and reality
  • How improving relating can change the world
  • The balance of belief space and useful delusion
  • Why the “thinking” self controls relating
  • Freud and the unconscious impulses
  • Healthy relating and marriage
  • The difference between community and society
  • Examining the rules of relating in the collective
  • Why the human part of “self” revolves around relationships
  • Relationships as a huge motivator
  • Authentic and genuine connections
  • How mastering relating creates freedom
  • Relating and the Fundamental Shift

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Episode 48 – Why You Can’t Trust Your Own Memory…

This episode of The Rob Scott Show exposes why memory isn’t what you think it is.

Memory is actually what creates our sense of self. Humans are made as a holistic system that ties memory, emotions, and behavior together.

If you want to change, you have to understand how memory impacts how you interpret reality. Learn to become more consciousness of how memory impacts behaviors and emotions.

Discover the powerful shortcut of how to optimize yourself. It starts by using your memory to create better meanings.

Are you capable of putting memory down and being more present? If you can master that skill, you can change your outcomes and reduce your suffering.

Other Topics Covered in this Episode:

  • What memory really is
  • How memory constructs self
  • The power of adjusting “self-world” model
  • A relationship between memory and modeling
  • Thinking vs thought
  • How memory impacts behavior
  • Context and memory
  • How memories are created
  • Why your behavior is driven by memory
  • Memories and priming
  • Exploring how memories work
  • The inaccuracy of old memories
  • How short term memory is consciously created
  • How long term memory is unconsciously created
  • The relationship between memories and emotion
  • How memory can alter your emotional reality
  • Altering and implanting different memories
  • How perception alters meaning and shifts memory
  • When memory can alter your relating
  • Why people edit their memories
  • How memory alters the story of self
  • Memory can help us challenge limiting beliefs
  • When memories create assuredness of meaning
  • How feelings can store memories
  • Why changing context changes a your concept
  • The difference between experience and imagination
  • How you can become more conscious of memory
  • Added memories can alter your experience of any interaction
  • Learn how to get unstuck
  • The shortcut out of delusion
  • Where bias comes from and self fulfilling prophecies
  • Memory and the self-world model
  • How memories impact your goal setting
  • Why memories can keep you stuck in suffering
  • The paradox of being and doing
  • Why willpower isn’t the fastest path to changing self

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Episode 47 – How to Improve Relationships (… and it’s NOT what you think!)

This episode of The Rob Scott Show explores “reality” as you know it to be. Rob and Sarah talk about why we’re not actually relating to others in the same reality, like most of us think.

Everyone carries their own own “self-world model.”

If we don’t identify how we’re making meaning, we can easily fall into the delusion that reality is shared. A wiser way of being is to notice how your own perceptions are impacting how you create meaning.

Grow your consciousness by identifying what unconscious assumptive platforms you have.

Once you know what they are, you can evaluate them. If you grow to be more conscious of different perspectives, you will have more wisdom.

Other Topics Covered in this Episode:

  • Do we really have a shared reality?
  • How to have a jump in wisdom
  • Reality and construction
  • Perception and how we relate to one another
  • Assumptive platforms and how we make truth
  • Expanding our wisdom by growing perspective
  • Why we want to win at relating
  • Literal and figurative “blindspots”
  • How memory impacts our knowledge base
  • Heuristic and our own perception
  • Examining the senses and how they create truth
  • Assuredness of meaning
  • Can we believe our own perception
  • How to get stop persistent thinking
  • Identifying the seed for creating change
  • The importance of reconsidering reality
  • What’s required for creating meaningful change
  • The most essential survival skills
  • Shifting the collective in a meaningful way
  • Examining fitness as an evolutionary process
  • Helping the collective
  • Can you shift your perceptions?
  • Adjusting the traits that we value as a society
  • A powerful mindset shift
  • How language impacts the meaning we make
  • An assumptive stepping stone
  • A new model of interpreting heuristics
  • Why we’re not relating to the same realty
  • Conflict resolution and how that relates to our meaning
  • Learning how to navigate relationships with wisdom
  • The accuracy of our own beliefs
  • Ability to take on others perceptions

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Episode 46 – Rob Talks About His Fundamental Shift

In this episode of The Rob Scott Show, Sarah asks Rob unscripted questions about his past. They deep dive into his life story, and how he came to be where he is today.

Rob shares why he feels called to help other people change. Learn about Rob’s philosophy on “being.” He’s overcome many obstacles, such as abuse, addiction, and cancer.

His life was transformed by The Fundamental Shift, and he shares what it was like for him to go through it first hand. He also talks about why he dedicated his life to ending unnecessary suffering.

Don’t miss this intimate conversation that will give you new insight on who Rob Scott is. To learn more about Rob you can head here.

Other Topics Covered in this Episode:

  • The “Story of Self”
  • How to overcome early childhood trauma
  • The impact of carrying the story of “victim”
  • How stories and events impact modeling
  • The path of dysfunction
  • Understanding the Rob’s origin story
  • A personal experience of The Fundamental Shift
  • Pain versus suffering
  • The power of working with a coach
  • Why we suffer unnecessarily
  • A journey out of addiction
  • How to help society
  • The power of managing your thinking
  • How to shift your story
  • Deciding to overcome dysfunction
  • Maturity of “grow up” after a wake up
  • Rob’s values and his mission
  • Why Rob feels called to help others
  • The origin of The Fundamental Shift
  • Important values to live by

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Episode 45 – The Skill of Escaping Time

This latest episode of the Rob Scott Show is all about time. Rob and Sarah discuss exactly how time can trap you in delusion.

Like chasing a moving horizon, we get stuck on the “treadmill of time.” Many of our problems come from the belief that we’re “not there yet.”

If you can’t ground yourself in “now,” your ability to appreciate what where you are will atrophy. Even if you get good at accomplishing, a future based mindset will keep you from being present.

Discover how to improve your psychological experience of time by appreciating now. There’s a better relationship you can have with the universe. It’s learning to accept you’re always exactly where you’re supposed to be.

Other Topics Covered in this Episode:

  • The problem with time
  • Stuck on the treadmill of time
  • Literal and psychological time
  • The overlap of time, self, and judgement
  • Flow states ad tracking the passage of time
  • Ruminating or being “stuck in time”
  • The psychology of time
  • Thought, modeling, and time
  • A moving horizon
  • The power of appreciating the moment
  • How society keeps us trapped in time
  • Awareness of now, leaving “the next thing”
  • There is no “there,” it’s only here
  • Redefining wealth
  • How “NOW” enhances being alive
  • Stop being lost in imagination of past or future
  • Biological and evolutionary impulses
  • The danger of thinking I’m not there yet
  • Implementing “I am where I need to be”
  • A different relationship with the universe
  • How to be happy and fulfilled
  • Understanding the ego
  • Why leaving time is the same as leaving self
  • Joy and flow states
  • Leaving self and The Fundamental Self
  • Tangible spirituality
  • Our ability to adapt and learn and figure things out
  • How to feel deep gratitude
  • The power of wonder and awe
  • Time and The Fundamental Shift
  • Breaking the attachment to time

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Episode 44 – The Secret to Mastering Free Will

Our “story of self” is a concept that’s created within the construct of time. It can be useful, but when we get lost in it, the “self” starts to make us feel like there’s no freedom of choice or free will.

Do you feel like you desire change, but your behavior is out of your control? If you do, you’ll definitely want to hear this episode of the Rob Scott Show.

It will help you gain more agency over free will. More of our behavior than we realize is reflexive. There’s only one possible place that free will can exist (if it exists at all).

We can become more conscious and more aware of our impulses. We can use and choose thoughts that inspire different behaviors in the “now.”

Other Topics Covered in this Episode:

  • Does free will exist?
  • What we think “to know” really means
  • Finding the most useful concepts to help self
  • Sam Harris and his perspective on free will
  • Examining choice and understanding impulses
  • Mastering decision making
  • The argument for no free will
  • Exploring the judgement of time
  • Procrastination and planning
  • The illusion of free choice
  • Addiction, free will, and choice
  • How a lot of thought is reflexive
  • Unconscious factors that influence free will
  • Willpower and how it impacts behavior
  • Reflexes and willpower
  • How thinking and emotion impact behavior
  • Exploring behavior with incentives
  • Flow states and behavior
  • The experience of time and how it can disappear
  • No self and the relationship with time
  • We pollute the “now” with the story of self
  • The two different versions of self
  • Conscious vs unconscious behaviors
  • Habituation vs willpower
  • Modeling time and thought
  • The Fundamental Shift and self
  • How to avoid being trapped in time
  • Where free will could exist
  • This moment of “now”
  • Finding Your Flow States

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Episode 43 – A Smarter Way to Navigate Values

In this episode of the Rob Scott Show, you’ll learn a new way to navigate your values. Rob and Sarah redefine what values are and how value judgments come into play.

Values are often running very unconsciously for us. We use values to help navigate what we think and how we behave. When value conflicts arise it can cause us to suffer. Self love and acceptance can be crucial.

Remembering a value is a judgement we’re making about “self” and the world, helps us understand them. Understanding our impulses and how to navigate our own values is crucial.

This skill is necessary in solving bigger societal issues.

Enjoy this conversation around defining values, navigating behavior, and shifting society.

Other Topics Covered in this Episode:

  • Understanding values
  • The relationship between values and goals
  • Relevance realization
  • Behavioral values vs espoused values
  • The story of self
  • Time and the “NOW”
  • Juggling our different values
  • How values relate to your sense of self
  • Redefining what values are
  • Value judgements
  • Time as a construction
  • How values relate to lenses
  • Perceptions vs conceptions
  • Understanding impulses and holding values
  • How values are unconscious
  • Navigating value conflicts within groups
  • Managing our own values
  • Self-mastery and values
  • Conscious behaviors and value judgements
  • Awareness of our own impulses
  • Holding values and navigating addiction
  • Our unconscious behaviors that impacts behavior
  • The human condition and the stories we care
  • How values can impact your future judgements
  • Duality and judgements influencing values
  • Mastering values and shifting society
  • Global and societal values
  • A “race to the bottom” and how to do the right thing
  • Holding values that help the collective

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