How to integrate what you read and learn

Carrie JordanBusiness, Life Design, Motherhood, Shamanism

Wisdom comes from integration, experience, and inner knowing.

I see lots of people in our conscious community reading a lot of the same books. Are we really taking in the information as part of our being, or just parroting what we read?

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This can apply to homeschooling and parenting as well. We can help our children integrate their lessons by creating repetitive learning experiences for them where they begin to integrate and embody the knowledge they have gained through our lessons.

People ask me how I retain what I learn and what I read. People ask me how I know so much about digital marketing, how I learned about social media, how I learned to market and launch my business.

It’s from creating experiences: trying things, experimenting, and then trying more things. It’s from physically doing the actions, being who I want to be, and finding out what works, instead of just thinking about it or planning.

This is part of my human design—as a 1/3 profile, I both gather knowledge and create amazing experiences for myself and others. Even if it’s not part of your design, you can use this technique: integrate what you have read and learned by creating an experience for yourself and others.

Take action, trying things that don’t work, and still trying it again requires the courage to “fail.”

This doesn’t just apply to business. It applies even more-so to life. It applies to how I have created space in my community to practice releasing my repressed childhood emotion: from doing it and being witnessed. From being emotional.

It applies to how I set boundaries: saying the words in a messy way, getting feedback, and trying again next time.

It applies to my spiritual life: I take note of what actions and patterns feel good to me. I take note of the guidance that comes through and if I asked for it or just followed my gut.

I talk about this experiential way of learning in this video.