Bill O’Herron, LCSW is a corporate executive, practicing therapist (weekends and evenings), and writer who seeks to use his 33 years of financial sales management experience, 24 years of marriage, 15 years of counseling clients, and 8,500 hours of sitting quietly to help his clients better understand themselves and deepen their relationships. Bill teaches that all our relationships with others, especially our marriage, started in 4th grade, when our limbic-emotional body learned, absorbed, and inherited our parents’ lives and experiences.
His research shows that relationships fail for one single reason: a lack of understanding of one’s own emotions and reaction patterns created in childhood. His work with archetypes demonstrates also that relationships are not a single experience or dyad between two people but are eight unique relationships all occurring at the same time. Three key concepts he uses to accelerate client’s work are Stand in the Fire, 2nd Law of Thermodynamics at Home, and Relatus. These three provide direct access to understanding self.
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00:03:40 Welcome, Bill!
00:11:45 The Normalization of Asking for Help
00:24:35 Life is About the Heart
00:38:12 The Intuition Project
00:49:22 Being Critical of How We Choose Our Opinions
00:59:08 Resources Bill is Looking For
01:01:59 Bill’s Life-Changing Book
01:04:10 Bill’s Call to Action
01:07:13 Connect with Bill
01:07:49 Thank You, Bill!
Bill’s Life-Changing Book
“Autobiography of a Yogi” by Paramhansa Yogananda
“Snow Crash” by Neal Stephenson
Episode #91: Bill O’Herron on The Mosaic Life Podcast
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What is Paramotoring?
Cycles of Seven and Learning to Flow with the Cycles
Star of David
Words of Wisdom
“There is no coming to consciousness without pain. People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own Soul. One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” —Carl Jung