#SoulEdu Recap

I just finished teaching a free 14-day course via email and Instagram called #SoulEdu, intended to encourage us all to seek more soul-centered joy and meaning this year. Below is a sneak peek at one of the lessons. You can see all of the rest published here on my psychological astrology website. The next session of #SoulEdu kicks off on February 12th, and it's free to participate. Just follow @drjenniferfreed on Instagram and subscribe here. #SoulEdu, Lesson 11: Curiosity So often, we look at life through our lens of expectation. What's in it for us? What will this be like for me? Disappointment is the direct result of unmet expectations. Being curious, instead of expecting, means giving up

Why We Overcommit: Published in Goop

Illustration courtesy of Quentin Monge Not smart enough. Not strong enough. Not assertive enough. These are just a few of the things we start telling ourselves when we’re burned out and not getting what we want out of life. But the problem isn’t that we’re lazy (even though that’s what our minds like to tell us). It’s the opposite, says psychotherapist and psychological astrologer Jennifer Freed. This is what keeps us from getting what we want: We’re doing too much for other people, Freed says. In her work and in her life, she finds that many of us are quick to dismiss our own goals but will rush to help other people achieve theirs. And she says that we push our aspirations away because we d

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