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Cody and Sarah are creative entrepreneurs and YouTubers living in Portland. They often find themselves deep in conversation about anything and everything - from culture or politics, to how to be a person in this world. The magic of living well happens through listening and learning from others, which after eleven years of marriage they've had plenty of opportunity to put into practice. Don't expect to find the answers here, these conversations are all about asking the questions.

Deeply Curious Cody & Sarah Jensen

    • Philosophy
    • 4.9 • 66 Ratings

Cody and Sarah are creative entrepreneurs and YouTubers living in Portland. They often find themselves deep in conversation about anything and everything - from culture or politics, to how to be a person in this world. The magic of living well happens through listening and learning from others, which after eleven years of marriage they've had plenty of opportunity to put into practice. Don't expect to find the answers here, these conversations are all about asking the questions.

    Can we overcome ignorance? (Multiple Intelligence Theory)

    Can we overcome ignorance? (Multiple Intelligence Theory)

    Are toxic and unhealed relationships keeping us from growing? In this episode, Cody lays out his theory on why he believes the answer is yes. Drawing from Multiple Intelligence Theory, the brain's Default Mode Network, the evolutionary science of cooperation, mental and emotional capacity, and anecdotal life experience, Sarah and Cody discuss why.

    • 49 min
    Margin, Limits, & Mental Capacity

    Margin, Limits, & Mental Capacity

    In this episode of Deeply Curious, we discuss how we all have limitations and capacities in our life and the benefits of creating margin. Learning how to be a better human is a never-ending process. This episode is the first of a series discussing new theories we’ve learned on how to be better at being ourselves.

    • 51 min
    Women Who Run With The Wolves

    Women Who Run With The Wolves

    In this episode, we discuss a book Sarah is reading, women who run with the wolves. Clarissa Pinkola Estes, a Jungian psychologist and cantadora (keeper of stories) lays out what the wild woman archetype is through myths and legends. What would our society look like if we allowed women to be who they inherently are? How much better would we be if women could occupy the wild space they were created to inhabit?

    • 48 min
    BONUS: Life Update - Where have we been?

    BONUS: Life Update - Where have we been?

    This is a bonus episode for those who are wondering where we’ve been and what we’re doing now! We talk about our move from Portland to Tulsa, getting stuck in our hometown during quarantine, and how we’re hoping to move forward. If you’re interested... if not, we get it. 😊

    • 41 min
    You Become What You Hate

    You Become What You Hate

    In this episode of Deeply Curious, we present the idea of becoming what you hate, and discuss what that means, what it looks like, and how to not let it happen. With the year we’re having, we thought it would be wise for all of us to stop and ask ourselves WHY we’re doing what we’re doing. We should all check our motives every once in a while.

    • 56 min
    Digital Minimalism

    Digital Minimalism

    In this episode of Deeply Curious, we discuss the principles of Cal Newport’s newest book, Digital Minimalism, while also discussing some of the best ways to use your free time since we’ve all suddenly got a lot of it.

    • 1 hr 4 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

Kelsey Dean ,

Depth and authenticity

I really appreciate how genuine this podcast is. Sarah and Cody are out to find meaning and beauty in the world and it’s evident in every episode. As someone who appreciates change and growth—this podcast fits those elements very well. Excellent conversations. Thank you!

MaggieSimpsonIsTheBestSimpson ,

Women who run with wolves

I’ve listened to a few of your episodes and absolutely love the conversations you two have. I finished the “women who run with wolves” episode a few seconds ago and decided I had to leave a review. Thank you for this conversation and the book recommendation. I can’t wait to read it.

Mj1234123 ,

Thought-Provoking and Entertaining

Your Faith & Politics podcast was so perfect. You guys always bring up great perspectives that are both challenging and comforting and I really feel like I learn and grow a lot from this podcast

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