546: dr. Trevor Cates on Hormones, Skin Health and Aging Gracefully

I’m here today with Peter Crone, who is doing an amazing job around unconscious beliefs, past trauma, and childhood patterns. Since sharing some of my trauma, I’ve been getting follow-up questions about tangible things we can do to heal, which is why I wanted Peter on the podcast! Peter’s story is fascinating – his mother died when he was seven and his father when he was 17. This led to a fear of loss, which was triggered when his first romantic relationship ended. He had many sleepless nights until he realized that life is uncertain and the answer to most of his problems was found in three simple words: I don’t know. He went on to explore how the mind affects our lives and works with professional athletes, entertainers and all kinds of international organizations around this concept. In this episode, Peter challenges the unconscious patterns that arise in our adult lives. We also delve into conscious interaction with our children so that perhaps they can enter adult life with fewer unconscious patterns. I hope you enjoy this episode! Episode Highlights Featuring Peter Crone The story of an accident where Peter was hit by a car that allowed Peter to help someone in a powerful way What our biggest obstacle to freedom is How who you think you are is stopping you from really being who you are How the loss of his parents when he was young helped him understand trauma Why the feeling of not being enough is almost universal The reason wherever there is resistance there is suffering Different types of trauma and where they show up Why acceptance is the first step to healing How traumatic childhood experiences can lead to physical health problems (like Hashimoto’s…