Then She Did: A Quest for More

Internalized Capitalism and the Quest

October 12, 2020 Season 2 Episode 4
Then She Did: A Quest for More
Internalized Capitalism and the Quest
Show Notes

This week we talk about internalized capitalism--what it is, how it affects us, how to resist it AND how it affects the quest.  (Spoiler alert: they do not get along)

Be sure to check out the amazing links and resources below.  This is a big topic and one that affects all of us no matter where we are in our quest.

From the New York Times 1619 Project:
American Capitalism Is Brutal. You Can Trace That to the Plantation. (Published 2019)

Follow The Nap Ministry.  Her work is mind-blowing, life-changing, and life-giving.
The Nap Ministry (@thenapministry) • Instagram photos and videos 
Nap Ministry (@TheNapMinistry)

Also follow Therapy with Lee
Lee McKay Doe, MBACP (@therapywithlee) • Instagram photos and videos

Read Brené Brown's The Gifts of Imperfection if you haven't yet.  Resisting internalized capitalism is essential to becoming a wholehearted person and this will tell you how to do it!

We have so much work to do.
It's Time for White People to Understand Their Whiteness

Not everyone rests the same way! 
Here's exactly how to rest, based on your Enneagram type

Let us know if this episode resonated with you!  How will your resist internalized capitalism this week?

To connect with Erin and Emily:

Email us at

or find us @thenshedidpod on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter

Sign up for Erin's Newsletter here:

Sound and Music:  "Flying Free" by Tuf Francis