The Psychologists Podcast

Creating Yourself with Justin Blackburn

April 21, 2022 Justin Blackburn Season 2 Episode 5
The Psychologists Podcast
Creating Yourself with Justin Blackburn
Show Notes

!!! TRIGGER WARNING: Sensitive listeners, please be aware that strong emotional topics, like self-harm and hospitalization, are discussed in this episode. !!!

We’re coloring outside the lines today with a life coach-comedian-author-and viral slam poet, and it’s one of the more interesting discussions we’ve had on the podcast. Justin Blackburn joins us to talk about connecting to source, purpose, and feeling good, rather than struggling to fit in, accepting a ready-made identity, and believing our own bullshit. We touch on everything, from Carl Rogers, psychiatric medications and mental institutions, spirituality, and negative self-talk, to creativity, fraternities, and the frustrating paradox of marketing oneself to help others. 

Justin Blackburn is a Life Coach https://creatingyourselfcoaching.com, Viral Slam Poet, Author, and Comedian https://www.youtube.com/user/JustinisBlackburn/videos . Always connected to his spiritual gifts, Justin began giving intuitive psychic readings at 22 years old at spiritual shops in the Southeast. From there Justin was hired at different spiritual businesses such as Kimah Healing Art Center, Costa Rica Yoga Spa, and Willow Dreams. From there Justin created his life coaching business, Creating Yourself Coaching, where he inspires people to deliberately create the life they desire.

Honorable Mentions:

Walt Whitman’s poem “Song of Myself” https://poets.org/poem/song-myself-51 and the Bob Dylan song that quotes it (another fact check for our source memory problems) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgEP8teNXwY 
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