Jonny Miller is best known for hosting the Curious Humans Podcast and for his TEDx talk on “The Gifts of Grief” Jonny coaches ambitious founders to scale themselves and runs an online cohort-based training called Nervous System Mastery. He is also the co-founder of Maptia, a global visual storytelling platform.
In this episode, Eric and Jonny discuss his important work with Nervous System Mastery
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Jonny Miller and I Discuss Nervous System Mastery and…
- His podcast, Curious Humans
- His tragic story of the death of his fiance that led to his TEDx Talk
- Learning to surrender and getting curious about his grief and pain
- His program, Nervous System Mastery
- Interoception is the journey to becoming aware of everything in your body
- How physical sensations may correlate with certain thought patterns
- How the nervous systems stores the traumatic experiences
- “Emotional debt” occurs when trauma isn’t processed in the body and leads to burnout
- The more interoception we have, the more we can recognize our emotional debt
- Self-regulation is about up-regulating or down-regulating our nervous system
- Breathwork is a powerful tool in downregulating our nervous system
- Other tools, such as bellows breathing, for energizing and stimulating our nervous system
- How our nervous system is neuroplastic and we can increase or decrease our tolerance
- The common barriers and the practices for emotional resilience
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