Being Present and Reducing Mental Anguish with Ernest Svendsen #28


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Today’s guest on "The Process" is the author of the book “How to End the Stories that Screw Up Your Life”, Ernest Svendsen. In our brains we tell many, often contradictory, stories about who it is that we are. Many of these stories cause us anxiety, anger, frustration, jealousy, and a host of other negative feelings. But what if they’re not really true? And what if there were an actionable system that allowed us to turn those stories into dust so that we could dramatically reduce our own internal suffering? Good news, there is! It’s called “The Work of Byron Katie”, it’s freely available on the world wide web at and it’s at the core of Ernest’s book. In our conversation, you'll learn: - The only capital T truth that Ernest has found in the world --> Why vulnerability is often the strongest position we can take --> The process and benefits of regular self-inquiry --> And much more. Before I “without any further ado”, I just want to take a moment to mention how special this interview was to me. In our interview Ernest told me he regularly finds himself feeling love for the strangers he meets in his day-to-day life at coffee shops, restaurants, etc. And I can say that, without a doubt, despite the fact Ernest and I were were thousands of miles away from one another and communicating through a computer screen and microphone, I could tangibly feel Ernest’s immense love. Which to me was powerful and memorable, and it’s my sincerest hope that you feel it to. Because a little more love makes the world a much better place. Without any further ado, here’s my conversation with Ernest Svendsen. Join my email newsletter at: Follow @the_process_podcast on Instagram Reach out to me directly at

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