On today's episode, we explore the theme of compassion and how this powerful heart practice can support us building stronger relationships to self and each other. I get to interview my friend and fellow meditation teacher, Janine Johnston, about her expertise in teaching and practicing Minfulness Self-Compassion work. Janine shares with us the power of the "Self-Compassion Break" and why it is a simple and effective tool to help regulate and "soothe" our nervous systems. Together we explore the various ways we can practice compassion in our personal and professional worlds to help combat the loneliness epidemic in the United States of America. Take a listen to the whole podcast episode and explore how you might bring more compassion into your communities to help combat loneliness. Listen to a 7-minute Self-Compassion Break meditaion on Centered in the City. Practice for free when you sign up for your 7-day free trial. ***** Janine Johnston works with adults, teens and children in empowering a compassionate connection to self. She facilitates courses and one-on-one consultations that help individuals, businesses, organizations (including schools) align around core values. Her company, ARCC: Awareness Resilience Clarity and Compassion is aligned around meeting needs for intra and interpersonal connection, resilience in ever present uncertainty, clarity of vision to grow through challenges, and growing warm awareness through relationship to self, others and experience. She lives in Santa Fe, NM and Corrales, NM with her two teen daughters, enjoys time with her partner and his two teen sons, and has been providing service (in reading and self-compassion) to students with dyslexia and ADHD for the past decade. You can learn more about her at LinkedIn Profile .
The Motherhood Podcast with Michelle Grosser
Ever thought to yourself, “I gotta to stop losing it on my kids and learn how to be more patient?” If you sometimes feel a lack of self-control and witness the mom-rage takeover, you're not alone. Today's guest, Elizabeth Andreyevskiy, is a mom of 4 who's built her business helping stressed-out moms manage their emotions so they can respond with patience and calmness towards their kids. Listen in as Elizabeth and I discuss proactive ways we can all prioritize our needs without guilt, be less stressed, and better regulate our emotions when triggered. Three things you'll learn in this episode: 1. The importance of healthy self-talk and how to handle the voice of our inner critic 2. How to regulate our nervous system to navigate difficult or triggering situations 3. How to cultivate self-compassion in the face of mom guilt To connect with Elizabeth, head to: · Website: emotionallyhealthylegacy.com · Podcast: Emotionally Healthy Legacy Podcast · Freebie: 5 Ways to Calm Down When You're Feeling Triggered “You're allowed to make mistakes. You're allowed to have a hard day. Talk to yourself like you would talk to a close friend of yours. Give yourself that compassion. If you need to write down a mantra, have a friend that you can call and that will remind you that you're an amazing mom. That you're doing so much for your family and speak life over you.” – Elizabeth Andreyevskiy The Miracle Morning Book TAKE THE PERSONALITY PATTERN QUIZ! FB COMMUNITY: The Calm Mom Collective JOIN ME ON INSTAGRAM: @michellegrosser.coach “I love The Calm Mom Podcast!” ← if that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing our show! This helps us support more women, just like you, on their motherhood journey. Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!
Managing Dysregulation with Compassion & Mindfulness In this episode, you will be able to: 1. Learn the importance of honoring your personal needs and setting boundaries to maintain your emotional well-being. 2. Recognize the impact of differentiating past traumas from present experiences to feel more empowered. 3. The importance of cultivating authentic connections through vulnerability and empathetic listening. 4. Uncover some tools for healing through journaling, meditation, and IFS. GUEST Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC HIGHLIGHTS The resources mentioned in this episode are: Practice self-awareness and tune into your feelings and needs, especially during moments of dysregulation. Honor your emotions and personal boundaries by taking breaks, resting, and setting limits as needed. Use cognitive tools, such as present moment focus, to help manage dysregulation and negative thought patterns. Find a supportive group or community where you feel comfortable and understood, and avoiding situations that make you feel othered. Invest in helpful tools, like noise-cancelling earplugs, to make sensory experiences more manageable. Educate yourself about your own neurodivergence, such as autism, to better understand your needs and experiences. Communicate your needs to friends and loved ones, and allow them to support you during difficult moments. Recognize and challenge unhealthy attachment patterns or expectations in relationships. Practice self-compassion and avoid self-judgment, recognizing that taking care of yourself is not quitting or failing. Seek therapy or support from a mental health professional if needed to help navigate challenges related to being a highly sensitive person. GUEST BIO Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC has been a psychotherapist for 20 years. She specializes in helping Highly Sensitive People thrive in love, work, and parenting Highly Sensitive Children. Jen is passionate about using mindfulness and compassion-based approaches to ameliorate human suffering. PODCAST HOST Patricia is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and Coach. She knows what it's like to feel like an outcast, misfit, and truthteller. Learning about the trait of being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), helped Patricia rewrite her history with a deeper understanding, appreciation, and a sense of self-compassion. She created the podcast Unapologetically Sensitive to help other HSPs know that they aren't alone, and that being an HSP has amazing gifts, and some challenges. Patricia works online globally working individually with people, and she teaches Online Courses for HSPs that focus on understanding what it means to be an HSP, self-care, self-compassion, boundaries, perfectionism, mindfulness, communication, and creating a lifestyle that honors us LINKS Why haven't I healed or awakened yet with Jeff Foster-- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRLKZN1LRFM Jen's Links Email: Jen@heartfulnessconsulting.com Jen's website: https://heartfulnessconsulting.com/ Patricia's Links HSP Online Course--https://unapologeticallysensitive.com/hsp-online-groups/ Online HSP Course Materials (no group included) https://patriciayounglcsw.com/product-category/hsp-classes/ Receive the top 10 most downloaded episodes of the podcast-- https://www.subscribepage.com/e6z6e6 Sign up for the Newsletter-- https://www.subscribepage.com/y0l7d4 To write a review in itunes: click on this link https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/unapologetically-sensitive/id1440433481?mt=2 select “listen on Apple Podcasts” chose “open in itunes” choose “ratings and reviews” click to rate the number of starts click “write a review” Website--www.unapologeticallysensitive.com Facebook-- https://www.facebook.com/Unapologetically-Sensitive-2296688923985657/ Closed/Private Facebook group Unapologetically Sensitive-- https://www.facebook.com/groups/2099705880047619/ Instagram-- https://www.instagram.com/unapologeticallysensitive/ Youtube-- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOE6fodj7RBdO3Iw0NrAllg/videos?view_as=subscriber Tik Tok-- https://www.tiktok.com/@unapologeticallysensitiv e-mail-- email@example.com Show hashtag--#unapologeticallysensitive Music-- Gravel Dance by Andy Robinson www.andyrobinson.com
In today's podcast, Sarah is chatting with Raha Francis. Raha graduated from Harvard Law and worked as a corporate intellectual property attorney before pivoting into a management consultant role at the Boston Consulting Group. During those years, she figured out how she wanted to spend her days and helps people today figure out how to create a career and life that resonates with them. The conversation centers around self-compassion and using curiosity to help determine the best path. Let's dive in. See show notes at formerlawyer.com/183
Most of us know how important things like self-care, self-compassion, and self-love are. But knowing and doing can sometimes be two different things. Lee Harrington not only talks about why these things are so vital but also teaches us HOW to do them. Lee walks us through forging the path to self-forgiveness, compassion, care, healthy boundary setting, and becoming our own beloved through self-courtship and deepening our most important relationship -- the one we're in with ourselves. As a bonus for kinky folks, the tools Lee lays out can easily be adapted to your self-collaring journey too. And as a bonus for everyone, this process not only helps strengthen your relationship with yourself, it can help you become a better friend or partner to others too. Lee Harrington Bio Lee Harrington (he/they) is an internationally known spirituality, identity, relationships, and personal authenticity author and educator. He brings a combination of playful engagement and thoughtful academic dialogue to a broad audience, having taught classes, shared presentations, and delivered keynotes worldwide for over twenty years. An award-winning author and editor on gender, sexual, and sacred experience, his many books include “Sacred Kink: The Eightfold Paths of BDSM and Beyond,” “Shibari You Can Use: Japanese Rope Bondage and Erotic Macrame,” and “Traversing Gender: Understanding Transgender Journeys.” He has been blogging online since 1998 and has been teaching since 2001. You can check out Lee's adventures, as well as his podcast, tour schedule, free essays, videos, and more, over at PassionAndSoul.com. Episode 205 Helpful Links & Resources Become Your Own Beloved: A Guide to Delighting in Self-Connection by Lee Harrington https://a.co/d/hk8Sw63 Lee Harrington Website http://www.PassionAndSoul.com Lee Harrington Twitter http://twitter.com/PassionAndSoul Lee Harrington YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/passionandsoul Lee Harrington Patreon http://www.Patreon.com/PassionAndSoul Lee Harrington Instagram https://www.instagram.com/passionandsoul/ Lee Harrington Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lee-Harrington/62534792160 Lee Harrington Fetlife http://fetlife.com/users/24336/ Passion And Soul Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/passion-soul-podcast-by-lee/id840372122 Sunny's Free Kink Negotiation & Scene Planning Mini-Workbook https://sunnymegatron.gumroad.com/l/negotiationwb Sunny Megatron TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@sunnymegatron American Sex Podcast Discord Community http://bit.ly/discordasp American Sex Podcast Patreon http://patreon.com/americansex Episode 205 Sponsors & Discount Codes *by using our links & codes you can help support our work while saving a few bucks too—win/win! 30-day free trial of Dipsea Stories when you use code SUNNY at http://dipseastories.com/sunny Get 20% off + free shipping at Manscaped.com with code SUNNY http://manscaped.com Holly Randall Unfiltered Podcast https://www.hollyrandallunfiltered.com/ Pleasure Podcasts Network https://www.pleasurepodcasts.com/ Sunny's On-Demand BDSM Classes & Coaching: https://sunnymegatron.gumroad.com/ 15% off most items from Stockroom https://bit.ly/sunnystockroom15 with code SUNNY –To support American Sex Podcast/Sunny Megatron & help offset the cost of providing no-charge education: http://patreon.com/americansex --More at AmericanSexPodcast.com
In this episode, I have a conversation with Angela Morris about discovering the inner power of our environments, both our physical and inner landscape. We dive into the world of Feng Shui and the power of our environments to impact our mood and energy. My guest, Angela Morris, shares her journey of discovering the beauty of working with what we have and rearranging our surroundings to work for us. Angela shares how Feng Shui can play a huge part in healing, and how balance in our environment can have a restorative effect on our bodies. She was trained by us at the International Feng Shui School, and she was trained in Classical Feng Shui but explained how it is so much more than just the number. She also speaks about her recent property purchase, and how connecting with the land and her Celtic ancestry has led her to a deeper understanding of the power of the earth's energy. She also discusses her calling to join the Divine Woman Awakening Program, which has taken her on a journey of deepening her consciousness, exploring intimate Celtic traditions and rituals, and discovering her spiritual awakening. To maintain inner and outer balance, Angela shares her self-care and self-compassion practices, including how she acts as a bridge between good and bad and hears Spirit flowing through her body, guiding her into her own light. And to end the episode, my Goddess Angela shares three tips for grounding ourselves, staying balanced, and tapping into the collective consciousness. If you want to deepen your connection with the Divine energies and gain insights into self-awareness, this episode is packed with wisdom that will inspire and empower you.
Becoming Bulletproof with Tracy O'Malley
"When you understand the dynamics of your custom framework, managing stress in the healthiest way is super possible." Stress affects each of us differently, depending on our Enneagram type. Sometimes we swing from one extreme to the other, feeling like everything is flowing beautifully one moment and everything is falling apart the next. Stress can also rob us of the beautiful parts of life or lead to burnout, relationship issues, and illness. And each Enneagram type has their own, unique stressors. So how can you manage your stress in a way that's right for YOUR Type? In this episode of "Lead with the Enneagram," I'll walk you through the unique triggers that bring on stress for each Enneagram type and how you can use Enneagram as a compass so you can handle stress in a more positive way. Listen in as I share the best methods for each Enneagram type to deal with the stress in their lives and how the ones who love them can help by taking the emotional charge out of stressful situations and promoting self-compassion. Plus, why it's vital to understand the dynamics of your custom Enneagram framework to manage stress from a healthier perspective and move through it faster. If you're interested in exploring your Enneagram type and gaining valuable insights into stress management, my Enneagram Blueprint is a must-have. To access the assessment, visit TracyO'Malley.com TODAY! What You Will Learn How Enneagram 1s can manage stress and counteract inner critic and shame spiralThe #1 thing that stresses Enneagram 2 out and how to use self-care to break out of a stress cycle How Enneagram 3s can manage stress by reverse engineering the situation and then tap into their playful and creative sideHow an Enneagram 4s urge to withdraw when stressed can lead to depressionWhy Enneagram 5s become distractible and may exhibit escapism when under extreme stressHow to help your Enneagram 6 stop researching and worrying about every potential disaster when they are under stressHow getting outdoors or getting away can help an Enneagram 7 deal with stress and keep them from becoming too impulsiveWhy it's essential to be clear, direct, and especially understanding with your loved one 8 when they are under stressEnneagram 9s need to take time for themselves to imagine, contemplate and explore when they are facing a difficult situation Connect with Tracy Tracy's WebsiteTracy on InstagramTracy on FacebookTracy on TwitterTracy on LinkedInResources Apply to work with Tracy Purchase Your Enneagram BlueprintBook an Enneagram Kickstart SessionEmail firstname.lastname@example.org
Athena Wellness Podcast - Reclaiming Our Warrior Spirit
#199 Today is Wednesday, time for a little wellness boost – a shortened episode to help keep your Warrior Vibe high.This show is a Walking the Talk Vancast, a portable episode that's informal and casual, recorded on the go from wherever Kathy finds herself on the day of recording.Kathy's on the road, heading home from a cross country trip, recording vancasts for future episodes. She's sharing a practice called R.A.I.N. that's helpful when navigating life challenges and difficult emotions.Kathy then invites you to experiment with R.A.I.N. by walking you through the four-step process. If you've been looking for a new method to help you work through difficult situations and emotions, this is the episode for you!Links:From Type A to Type Be Course: Course overview/sampleFrom Type A to Type Be Coaching: AthenaWellness.com/coachingEmail Kathy: email@example.comIf you'd like to join our circle and never miss a weekly episode, please hit subscribe. While you're there, you can rate the podcast by highlighting the stars that match your experience. Much appreciated!For episode materials, show notes or to submit a question for a future episode, visit: https://athenawellness.com/podcast
In this episode we explore the power of non-harming, or Ahimsa, for HSPs. As highly sensitive people, we have a natural capacity for empathy and compassion, but this sensitivity can also leave us feeling overwhelmed, drained, or disconnected from our own needs and well-being. Whether you're new to the concept of ahimsa or a seasoned yoga practitioner, we hope you'll find inspiration and guidance in today's episode. Sit back, relax, and join us as we explore the power of non-harming for HSP wellness warriors and how it can help us navigate the unique challenges of being an HSP. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hspwellnesswarriors/message
This week, I welcomed back psychic medium, Diane Richards. Diane is an internationally renowned and highly sought after evidential medium, educator, energy healer, and author who has trained with some of the best teachers, such as Dr. Brian Weiss, Tony Stockwell, Dr. Carole Carbone, James Van Praagh, Reverend Janet Nohavec and numerous Arthur Findlay tutors. In today's episode, Diane shares her thoughts on being an empath and the importance of self-awareness, authenticity, self-care and boundaries and connection with the other side.
No-Problem Parenting™ How to Become the Confident Leader Your Kids Crave You to Be, More Respect, Better Relationship, Get
Welcome Back No-Problem Parents! Are you feeling disconnected from your child? Sometimes we see ourselves in our kids, and sometimes we raise children who remind us of our parents. Maybe you've told yourself, "I am going to parent differently than my parents" only to find yourself sounding just like them when you respond to your kids. Source Code is a way to say “the buck stops with me,” and put an end to the unconscious generational pain that's been handed down through the millenia. And it all starts with SELF-AWARENESS and SELF-COMPASSION. Today's resource fits in with all three steps of No-Problem Parenting™: Seek first to understand, why is my child behaving the way they are and why am I responding (or reacting) the way I am Prepare for "the worst". When we are prepared for the unwanted or negative behavior, we can respond to our children with confidence and connection. Change the Conversation. Become the leader for your child when you model, teach and respond to them with confidence and understanding. You want your children to find a deep unshakable connection to their inner selves, their essence, so they can become good humans, trust themselves, and live a confident, happy life. You want to be that safe person who they can always come to, whatever they need, whatever they're feeling, and know they will be loved. Our guest today is Dr. Sam Rader, creator of Source Code, a new approach to growth and evolution that identifies how our early childhood experience shapes us and our world, and how we can recode ourselves for a healthier, more beautiful life. During her 18 years as a clinical psychologist, Dr. Sam discovered that there are only 12 core defense mechanisms we inherit in early childhood, if we don't get what we need at each developmental stage. She calls these our Coping Styles. A big part of Sam's work is educating parents on the needs of their children at each stage of development. The good news is that we can reparent our children at any age, regardless of the age of the wounding. The most important part of that is reparenting ourselves, with deep self-love and self-compassion. Dr. Sam is teaching a course called ‘Parenting as Love: The 12 Secrets to a More Beautiful Life for You and Your Kids,' which begins this May 2023. Learn more about Dr Sam by clicking one of the links: Register for the Parenting as Love Masterclass here: Parenting as Love May 25th - August 24th 2023 Website: www.drsamrader.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/drsamrader/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-sam-rader-9a3a60149/ Join us on May 10th at 1:00pm Central Time! The topic for May is Self Care and Confidence for Moms! Click the link to register: May Round Table Event FREE Registration Are you ready to become a No-Problem Parent? DIY: For the Do it yourself parents, Purchase the Becoming a No-Problem Parent Parenting on demand program. In just a few simple modules I'm gonna lay out for you the foundations for solving behavior issues in your family and with your children. You can literally transform your childs behavior after watching just the first lesson. Binge watch the videos in just an hour and a half or complete the program lesson by lesson in four weeks. This program comes with a personalized strategy session and a downloadable workbook. Work with Jaci 1:1 - There are 3 Parent Coaching packages to choose from. NOTE: 1:1 coaching sessions are limited and require a 30 minute consult before you commit to coaching. I want to make sure you are ready to shift your mindset and that your family is a good fit for No-Problem Parent Coaching. Whether 1:1 coaching is the best fit or not, I have an abundance of resources and suggestions for next steps. Head over to Noproblemparents.com to get started TODAY! The most common response I get from parents that have worked with me is “We wish we would've know of you years ago." So don't wait, schedule a call now: Jaci's Calendar Looking for more resources, services or products to help you and your family navigate a specific challenge? Check out our Resource Playground. We cover Health and Wellness, Relationships, Financial and Business Resources, School and Technology as well as lots of Parenting Support! Have you heard about our book, No-Problem Parenting; Raising Your Kiddos with More Confidence and Less Fear! Order your copy HERE Want access to ALL of Jaci's favorite resources, trainings, parenting course and all things No-Problem Parenting? Sign up for our NEWSLETTER and get the free Make it Right PDF Download. Listen to Episodes 9 and 23 for more info on the benefits of The Make it Right Technique! Follow us on FB Follow us on IG Follow us on LinkedIn Hugs and High Fives, Jaci
SELF-LOVE is LIBERATING. When you unite the mind and heart, masculine + feminine energies, you build the ULTIMATE team. How do you do this? Eben Britton shares his journey and the tools he used to find deeper SELF-Llove and SELF-Awareness. This potent segment will empower your own inner work + help you discern between the heart vs. the ego so you can live in true ALIGNMENT. Eben is a former NFL player, author, wellness/yogi practitioner, thought leader, and epic podcast host. After overcoming a traumatic childhood and tumultuous football career, Eben shares the mental, physical, and spiritual journey it took to reconfigure his life + find peace within his authentic Self and conquer his challenges through Self-Honesty and Self-Love. You can listen or watch this full episode with Eben here: EPISODE 183 EBEN BRITTON: APPLE PODCASTS EPISODE 183 EBEN BRITTON: SPOTIFY EPISODE 183 EBEN BRITTON: YOUTUBE CONNECT WITH EBEN INSTAGRAM: @edsbritton WEBSITE: https://www.ebenbritton.com/ BOOK: The Eben Flow: Basic Tools to Transform Your Life STAY CONNECTED WITH ROXY ️ INSTAGRAM: @roxylook @blackbeltbeauty @queendomwarriors Join my INSIDER list for monthly emails that serve empowering support laced with FEMININE fire: https://blackbeltbeauty.mykajabi.com/newsletter Ready for MASSIVE Self-Identity expansion that will build your ULTIMATE life VISION? The FUTURE-SELF digital course will help you achieve this with ease + joy in the process. Sign up HERE: https://blackbeltbeauty.mykajabi.com/future-self-dc-wait-list
Are you your own worst critic? In this captivating episode of The Leaders Life Podcast, we explore the powerful journey of overcoming self-criticism and embracing self-compassion. Join us as we uncover effective strategies to reframe negative thoughts, cultivate self-compassion, and unlock your full potential.
Does your inner critic point out all the reasons why you shouldn't do something? Does your perfectionist chime in in agreement? If so, you may find yourself missing out—or pushing yourself harder and harder. Ultimately you wind up feeling unfulfilled and/or overwhelmed. Many women struggle with their perfectionism and their inner critic. They find it hard to take care of themselves—or even to be kind to themselves. Fortunately, it doesn't have to be that way. In this episode of Awaken Your Wise Woman, host Biz Cush, LCPC, a licensed professional therapist, founder of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, Md., and a mid-life women's life coach, looks at the inner critic, perfectionism and lack of self-care through the lens of Internal Family Systems (IFS), otherwise known as “parts work.” She explains the role of each and shares insights from her own personal journey and explains how you can use a practice of self-compassion to calm those parts and create a better relationship with yourself. “Our inner critic and perfectionist parts interplay in such dramatic ways that sometimes we don't even recognize what's happening.” — Biz Cush Find the full show notes and resources for this and every episode here.
In this episode, we address a common concern: “but I just FELT better in a smaller body”Feeling better means something different to everyone, but it's often this thought that keeps people on the quest for weight loss, even if they've rejected dieting. What you'll learn by listening: Why weight gain is feared and how true confidence isn't found in a smaller size.That confidence is not the absence of insecurity, but rather a commitment to always having your own back, no matter what.How to create unshakeable confidence no matter what you look like or what you can do.Mentioned in the show:Simplified Wellness Weekend Retreat: June 2-4, where we'll work together to create a lifestyle that works for YOU, so you can feel great in AND about your body.During this 3 day virtual retreat, you'll learn how to define health on your terms, set health goals that matter to you and create habits that actually stick. Priced at just $97, my goal is that you never pay for another wellness plan or program again - this retreat will equip you to trust yourself to be the expert of your body.Learn more and register here: https://radiantvitality.ca/simplifiedwellnessAbout the HostKim Hagle (she/her) is Certified Personal Trainer, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Body Image Coach and founder of Radiant Vitality Wellness. Through mindset and movement coaching she helps women heal their relationship with food and exercise while disconnecting their worth from their weight, so they can feel healthy, happy and confident in the body they have. New to the Show? Download our FREE podcast roadmap to find the best episodes to start with on each of our main topics (joyful movement, motivation, body image and intuitive eating). Ready to take the next step? Visit our website to learn more about our coaching programs Let's stay in touch! Kim is on Instagram and Facebook @radiantvitalitywellness. Disclaimer. The information contained in this podcast is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice. Always consult a health care professional about your unique needs. Support the show
Natasha Pytlik personalized her own path in memory keeping, focusing on the hobby as a healing tool as she navigated chronic pain and illness. Today she is using her strategy-oriented brain to serve other creatives as a virtual assistant. Our conversation focuses on the importance of self-compassion to design a fulfilling life in work and in play.Visit simplescrapper.com/syw218 for the full show notes.✨ Visit simplescrapper.com/story to watch the Before Your Story trailer video!
UnRuley Leadership: Breaking glass ceilings with confidence, grace and style
On today's episode, I'm highlighting one of my resources: the Quietly Ambitious Leader Toolkit. It's a set of five free resources designed for the person who wants to advance without waving your hands and yelling 'look at me, look at me!' On the episode I'm sharing one exercise from each of the resources: Rekindling a relationship with someone you haven't talked to in a long time. Consider the journaling/reflection prompt "where will you show up as a leader this week?" A book for new managers: The New One Minute Manager. Feeling the beat as a way to defeat imposter syndrome thoughts. The post-it note antidote to negative self-talk. Have a listen, give these exercises a try, and make sure to pick up the full toolkit here: themintambition.com/quiet Resources mentioned in the show Give Yourself a Break: The Power of Self-Compassion : https://hbr.org/2018/09/give-yourself-a-break-the-power-of-self-compassion 101 positive affirmations for kids Keala Settle "This Is Me": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLFEvHWD_NE Have big dreams of becoming a confident, effective leader - but sometimes hesitate because of self-doubt? --> Get the Quietly Ambitious Leader Toolkit Take the Quietly Ambitious Career Quiz and find out what career growth season you're in -> Take themintambition.com/growth Free community for quietly ambitious leaders to grow together -> themintambition.com/community Want to go deeper and work together? 1: Learn how to ditch imposter thoughts, radiate confidence and speak up as a Quietly Ambitious Leader with the Imposter Cleanse -> themintambition.com/cleanse 2: Figure out the strategic next step for your career (even if you feel totally stuck in indecision) so you can STOP feeling stagnant at work and START advancing your career -> themintambition.com/ignite 3: Grow key leadership skills to confidently advance to your next career level. Not only will you feel confident advocating for yourself, you'll be seen as a leader by your peers and senior management. Get on the wait list for the next cohort of the RISE Leadership Bootcamp experience -> themintambition.com/bootcamp Connect with me on Linked in -> www.linkedin.com/in/lizstjean Contact me > firstname.lastname@example.org
Katherine Morgan Schafler, author of The Perfectionist's Guide to Losing Control, busts myths on perfectionism. Many people wear perfectionism as a badge of honor, but in reality it is a maladaptive behavior that can make parenting more difficult than it already is!Tallo is a digital portfolio platform where your teen can apply for scholarships, internships, and opportunities. Check them out at https://bit.ly/tallotalkingtoteens Visit our website, https://bit.ly/talkingtoteenswebsite, to sign up for our newsletter so you'll never miss an episode!Today's show contains a discussion on suicide. If you or a loved one is in crisis, please call the US National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800)-273-TALK or (800) 273-8255. You can also text them via Crisis Text Line (text HOME to 741741). All services are free, confidential and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Show Notes (00:00) Introduction to Perfectionism (and Katherine!)Katherine shares her background in psychotherapy and how she came to specialize in perfectionism. Plus, the modern shift of “perfectionism” meaning “balanced”—and yet how being “balanced” is often exhausting in today's world! As Katherine notes, “...if you're feeling out of balance, do less, not more.”We also discuss the two perfectionist modes: adaptive and maladaptive. Perfectionism is not inherently bad. It's incredible that humans can have an ideal in their minds and set to work to create a more “perfect” reality. Healthy perfections know the ideal is meant to inspire. Unhealthy perfections conflate achievement and inspiration. Katherine shares two questions we can ask to determine if someone's (or our) perfectionism is adaptive/healthy or maladaptive/unhealthy. (11:40) - Perfectionism and Self-Worth Katherine helps us explore how perfectionism is often misconstrued. We discuss how people often use the term "perfect" to describe moments that are complete, but not necessarily flawless. Often when someone says they had a “perfect” day, they mean there was nothing missing, not that every single moment was flawless. Feeling we are not perfect can sometimes manifest in sneaky ways. Katherine presents how exalting others can sometimes be a down-judgment on our own character. Saying things like “Well of course she can land that job” or “It makes sense the coach gave him the award,” is actually a down-judgment on ourselves. Katherine clues me in on ways we can recognize the talents of others , without overlooking our own awesomeness. (18:50) The Teen Brain, Dramatics, and SuicideKatherine and I talk about how the teen brain does feel emotions more keenly and more intensely because it is still developing. In many respects, this makes our teens more vulnerable to big emotions. With rising rates of teen suicide, Katherine encourages parents to speak to their teens directly. She believes the single most important question parents can ask that might save their teen's life from suicide is: “Have you ever thought about ending your life?” She shares why it works…To listen to the full episode, become a member! Visit talkingtoteens.com
Happy Satiated Saturday! There are many many approaches to navigating a harsh internal critic. With myself and those I work with, I like to teach to see it as a part of you that is saying such cruel things because it's trying to get your attention. Often even negative attention is still attention. Once you've heard this part out, then you can explore what it needs, how it's feeling, and how it wants to be met. And sometimes, this part needs support remembering that it can take breaks and have some fun. In this week's episode, I chat with Sacred Walker, mental health coach, mind body health expert, executive confidence coach, and founder of Limitless Leaders Mastermind, about building up your self care resources, putting your inner critic on a vacation, and how to turn your vices into victories. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/put-your-inner-critic-on-a-vacationWhether you're working on your internalized mother to mother yourself, or a mom to a person, plant, or fur friend, with mother's day coming up, you deserve further support in your relationship with your food and body. I'm putting my Intro to Somatic Eating® mini course back on sale for 50% off until midnight on Tuesday 5/16. You can learn more HERE (https://satiated.mykajabi.com/offers/L2B45adz) and if you have any questions, email me at email@example.com anytime!With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxKeep in touch with Sacred here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asksacred/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sacredwalker/Website: https://sacred-walker.mykajabi.comContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the showKeep in touch with Stephanie Mara here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_stephaniemara/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephaniemarafoxWebsite: https://www.stephaniemara.com/https://www.somaticeating.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephmara/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stephaniemarafoxContact: email@example.comSupport the show:Become a supporter of the show here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/809987/supportCheck out my favorite water filter: https://www.pureeffectfilters.com/#a_aid=somaticeatingUse my Amazon Affiliate link when shopping on Amazon: https://amzn.to/448IyPl Special thanks to Bendsound for the intro music in this episode. www.bensound.com
#194 - Feeling like you need some motivation or a quick tip to get you going? Each week in between full episodes, I will share short clips on a certain topic. This is a great way to get inspired for the day. Enjoy this quick burst of motivation!This short episode is about self-compassion. I talk about it's importance and how you can make it a part of your daily life. Self-compassion is not about being self-indulgent or letting yourself off the hook when you've made a mistake. Rather, it's about treating yourself with the same kindness and understanding that you would offer to someone you care about. Check out the rest of my podcasts and other resources at www.organizedchaospodcast.com. If you love listening to this podcast, please consider leaving a rating & review in Apple Podcasts. On iTunes, go to the show and scroll to the bottom underneath Ratings & Reviews and click on Write a Review. Thanks for listening and tune in to our next episode!
Fertility encompasses all the emotions, and a roller coaster of experiences. Fertility is not only important when you're trying to conceive, but every day between puberty and menopause. Fertility affects our minds, bodies, and spirits. And we can be hard on ourselves when it comes to our fertility journeys: "I should've done this. I ought to have known that. How could I have done that? I caused this." Kristina Tucker, GA LPC, shares the importance of self compassion when it comes to our bodies and fertility. We talk about what self compassion is, why it makes such a difference in our quality of life, what God has to say about it, and how to practice it - right now. This is a fantastic message that we think every woman benefits from hearing! Kristina Tucker is a LPC in the State of Georgia, and works with adult clients within that State. Kristina walks us through a real-time self compassion break. You can come back to utilize this at any time: it can be found at the 14:00 mark. NOTE: This episode is appropriate for all audiences. SHOW LINKS: Prayer Guide for the Female BodyEp. 38: Prayer Guide for the Female BodyTry SofterStrong like WaterFind Kristina on InstagramJoin our Email List! Charting your Fertility with Woven: Anyone can begin learning more about their reproductive health and how to identify root issues. It is never too late to begin this process! We'd love to help you get started by attending one of our Introductory Sessions - an online, virtual class available each month. Join us! Talk with Caitlin (you do not have to be a client): Need a safe place to talk about your fertility journey, what you're going through (faith, infertility, medical concerns, etc) or anything else about your fertility? Caitlin would love to hear your story and talk with you during a consultation!
Are you a woman facing difficult life situations, including an unhappy marriage? Do you struggle with self-care? In this episode, we'll explore how childhood memories can be a powerful tool for connecting to self-care practices that work for you. We'll discuss practical tips for finding a childhood picture that resonates with you, reflecting on what it represents, and identifying self-care practices that connect to it. By the end of this episode, you'll have a clear understanding of how to use childhood memories to guide your self-care routine and improve your overall well-being.References in this episodeHow to Thrive in Chaos: Harnessing the Power of Being Present for a Balanced Life in Difficult Life SituationsSelf Care Series: Mental Health Advocate, Mayra Gonzalez shares how empathy, counselling and self care nurture emotional wellnessThe Cancer Journals By Audre LordeJoin the Messy Can't Stop Her Sisterhood at https://www.facebook.com/groups/3204395256540448/If you'll love to share your story on the #MessyCantStopHer podcast, click here to let me know. Thank you so much for listening. Music Credit: https://indiefy.me/wanted-carter
What does it mean if you let yourself age as nature intended? No more botox. No more hair coloring. No injections. For me, this could send me in a full-blown panic attack. And it's a larger conversation over how beauty and youth take up so much real estate in our minds. And for what? My guest today is world-renowned and celebrity favorite yoga and meditation teacher, best-selling author, and mindfulness coach, Elena Brower. She's the host of the chart-topping Practice You podcast and boy, this conversation took a very unexpected hard-left turn.APPLY for the Effective Collective here (only a few spots left): https://allisonhare.com/collectiveBook a Free Call with Allison - if you're a mother that knows you are made for more, let's talkELENA BROWER'S LINKS and resources mentioned:Elena Brower's WebsiteIGElena's New collection of poems Softening Time (releases 5/16)Healing Heart - Elena Brower's spoken word from Above & BeyondAsia Suler - author of Mirrors in the Earth episode of Late LearnerSTUFF #1 StudySTUFF #2 StudyALLISON HARE'S LINKS:EFFECTIVE COLLECTIVE MASTERMIND: Apply and schedule a no-risk call here.AllisonHare.com - Late Learner Podcast, personal journal and blog, danceInstagram - Steps to heal yourself, move society forward, and slinging memes and dancing (seriously, Allison is also a dance fitness instructor)Late Learner IGYouTube ChannelBlog - quick, way more personal, deeper topics - make sure to subscribeTikTok - documenting my journey one lo-fi video at a timeReb3l Dance Fitness - Try it at home! Free month with code: ahare under Instructor ReferralPersonal Brand - need help building yours? Schedule a call with me here and let's discuss.Feedback and Contact:: firstname.lastname@example.org
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“I was raised in a typical family, just the American family, where mom and dad put their kids first, and the partner's next and themselves last, believing this is the loving thing to do, so that's what I did. I was raised believing that love means you must deny yourself.”In this week's episode, we engage in a powerful and vulnerable conversation with Terri Britt, a former Miss U.S.A, teacher, author, and motivational speaker. Terri's insights on worthiness inspire thought-provoking discussions about self-worth and how it impacts our lives. She reflects on her younger years when she sought validation from external sources, such as accolades, a boyfriend, and awards, but found that the resulting feeling of emptiness always lingered.“I hated myself” Terri comments, until she took notice of the importance of spiritual healing and clearing out blocks: “the more I did this the more peaceful I became and the more joyful I became.”HIGHLIGHTS(08:07) Terry's pivotal moments (12:45) Something “I was always looking for”(17:49) Not worthy of love(21:04) The inner child(25:54) Doing the work as a mom(30:41) Aligning with truth (38:04) Kinesthetic learners (42:55) Reacting (45:42) GratitudeCONNECT WITH TERRICheck out her website: terribritt.comTake her worthiness quiz: https://www.theworthinessquotientquiz.com/Write to her: email@example.comThe worthiness quotient: http://terribritt.com/worthy/ Coupon code: TALK WORK WITH ALYSESign up for the Inherently Worthy immersion to claim and embody the inherent value that is your birthright.I've decided to include in my membership program, Beyond the Matrix, a live, guided breath-work session every month. With the membership, you also get access to my library of recorded breath work sessions, masterclasses and access to all future masterclasses and it's only $97 a month. CONTACT ALYSEJoin my Facebook group: Breathe to SucceedFollow and DM me on Instagram @alyse_breathesVisit https://www.alysebreathes.com/Or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This episode is FIRE!! I don't normally say that but for this episode about SELF DOUBT - it's true!!Self Doubt is a remnant of old separation paradigm thinking. The "us against them" mentality based in a scarcity mindset, linear model. That's all to say, it's time is coming to an end and it begins in you - right now, or at least the next time it shows up in you!In this episode I teach you how to become aware of self doubt as it is showing up within you - in real time, as it's happening.Then I'll teach you how to identify the thoughts that are creating that feeling we call self doubt and how to move towards thoughts that will first subdue the self doubt and then move you towards capability, certainty, connection and confidence.LIFE COACHING6 months1:1 coaching programI teach you deep, transformative and life long self love skills that heal and last a lifetime!Click Here to set your FREE consultation callNewsletterClick here to sign up
Stories of Astonishing Light with KJ Nasrul
Welcome back to the second part of an extremely vulnerable conversation in which Meghan "Meg" Thomas - podcast hostess, and breathwork teacher - talks to KJ about the discovery that she is donor-conceived. She opens up about her journey of reclamation now that she has learned the truth. Meg shares what happened once she decided to "Click Connect" after submitting her DNA into 23 and Me, which includes meeting half-siblings. She began leaning into curiosities such as Genetic Mirroring and embracing the potency and impact of unearthing her astonishing story. Compassionate Considerations
Embodied Faith: on Relational Neuroscience, Spiritual Formation, and Faith
What is so important about joy? The great commandment is to love God and others, but is joy even more central than that? Where does joy fit in the landscape of political outrage and cynicism, in the seriousness of life today?We're talking about it. Looking at why joy and love are so connected. (And this is really the beginning of season 4...Ignore that Geoff said it was the beginning of season 3). ANNOUNCEMENTS: — HELP SUPPORT this podcast financially by joining our Substack for only $8 a month (every little bit helps).— SOUL SPRING CLEANING, for Busy People: A 30-minute Reflection to help you clean up your SOUL-CLUTTER.— ANCHORED Learning Cohort: Launching in mid-May. Join now and start working through the material and then join the weekly cohort LIVE meetings.— ATTACHING TO GOD Learning Cohort: Launching again in mid-June. Join us and learn to grow beyond anxious and avoidant spiritualities.Support the showStay Connected: Need coaching or spiritual direction that aligns with this podcast? Connect with Cyd Holsclaw here. Join the Embodied Faith community to stay connected and get the FREE ebook + posts, episodes, & resources. Support the podcast with a one-time or regular gift (to keep this ad-free without breaking the Holsclaw's bank).
Setting the Groundwork for the Holidays with the Emotionally Immature Person part 2 Dr. Lindsay Gibson, author of Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents, and Recovering from Emotionally Immature Parents explains why we repeatedly give in to an Emotionally Immature Person (EIP) even when you don't want to. She talks about how to stay in touch with your true self and how to plan your actions to support you. She also helps you understand when to confront and when to let go, as well as providing tools and mantras to remind you that you have needs, and a right to exist. GUEST Lindsay Gibson, PsyD. HIGHLIGHTS 5 Hallmarks of an Emotionally Immature Parent/Person (EIP) 1. Egocentric 2. Poor empathy 3. Not self-reflective 4. Look at reality through the lens of their own emotions 5. Avoids emotional intimacy Here are some of the questions Dr. Gibson responds to: How do Emotionally Immature Parents (EIPs) or Emotionally Immature Persons get you to knuckle under and let them do what they want (emotional coercion)? What makes you repeatedly give in to an Emotionally Immature Parent (or Person) even when you don't want to? Dr. Gibson talks about what makes you give in even when you have a bad feeling about it. Why don't you listen to your instincts when confronted with a pushy EIP? How do you stay in touch with your true Self, and plan your actions according to what's healthy and less stressful for you? What's the best overall approach, or the mantra to remember to get through a holiday visit without serious stress? When do you let things go, and when do you confront? GUEST BIO Lindsay Gibson, PsyD. has been a licensed clinical psychologist for over thirty years and specializes in individual adult psychotherapy with adult children of emotionally immature parents. She is the author of four books. Her book Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents remains a #1 Amazon Best Seller. The follow up to this book is Recovering from Emotionally Immature Parents, and the 2nd edition of her first book Who You Were Meant To Be has been recently released on Amazon. Her latest book, Self Care for Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents, was just released in September 2021. In the past Dr. Gibson has served as an adjunct assistant professor teaching doctoral psychology students. PODCAST HOST Patricia Young hosts the podcast Unapologetically Sensitive, and she works with Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) helping them to understand their HSP traits, and turning their perceived shortcomings into superpowers. Patricia is passionate about providing education to help HSPs and non-HSPs understand and truly appreciate the amazing gifts they have to offer. Patricia works globally online with HSPs providing coaching. Patricia also facilitates online groups for HSPs that focus on building community and developing skills (identifying your superpowers, boundaries, perfectionism, dealing with conflict, mindfulness, embracing emotions, creating a lifestyle that supports the HSP, communication and more). LINKS Dr, Gibson's links Website— http://www.drlindsaygibson.com/ Patricia's Links HSP Online Course--https://unapologeticallysensitive.com/hsp-online-groups/ Online HSP Course Materials (no group included) https://patriciayounglcsw.com/product-category/hsp-classes/ Receive the top 10 most downloaded episodes of the podcast-- https://www.subscribepage.com/e6z6e6 Sign up for the Newsletter-- https://www.subscribepage.com/y0l7d4 To write a review in itunes: click on this link https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/unapologetically-sensitive/id1440433481?mt=2 select “listen on Apple Podcasts” chose “open in itunes” choose “ratings and reviews” click to rate the number of starts click “write a review” Website--www.unapologeticallysensitive.com Facebook-- https://www.facebook.com/Unapologetically-Sensitive-2296688923985657/ Closed/Private Facebook group Unapologetically Sensitive-- https://www.facebook.com/groups/2099705880047619/ Instagram-- https://www.instagram.com/unapologeticallysensitive/ Youtube-- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOE6fodj7RBdO3Iw0NrAllg/videos?view_as=subscriber Tik Tok-- https://www.tiktok.com/@hsppodcast e-mail-- email@example.com Show hashtag--#unapologeticallysensitive Music-- Gravel Dance by Andy Robinson www.andyrobinson.com
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Self compassion may sound loving and helpful as you connect back into your body and learn how to respect it, but what exactly does it mean to be compassionate with yourself? We'll explore the concept of self compassion in this specific episode, and also address a common misconception with self compassion, that being compassionate with ourselves doesn't allow us to accomplish things or be successful in life. There's a pervasive concept in our culture that in order to have what you desire- whether that's health, or success, or happiness, that we need to be harsh and critical in order to be successful. And this is simply not true. Listen to today's podcast episode to learn more! A few important announcements: We are so excited to announce that we are offering a May special to celebrate my maternity leave! For the month of May, you can grab a month-long special to book a 60 minute breakthrough session with Megan, our lead dietitian, for only $150! You can click here to book yours! The annual Summer Reset is officially ready for you! If you are ready to say NO to "get bikini body ready" messages and reset how you view food, exercise and your body this summer, download our free mini-course to help you learn how to reset your mindset. Help us grow the podcast! By leaving a written review and taking a screenshot of that review and emailing it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I'll send you back your choice of the Meal Planning Guide, Gentle Nutrition Masterclass or Fear of Weight Gain Masterclass for completely free to say thank you. Let's hang out! Connect with Victoria and the staff at NMN: Victoria's Instagram Victoria's Website Nourishing Minds Nutrition Instagram Nourishing Minds Nutrition website
A Bit From Within with Felicia Marti
There are major differences between your head and your heart because logically you can understand something and in your body still have feelings that don't match up with being understanding. This is something I've been thinking a lot about while still being in limbo in my life while moving- and something worth discussing prior to this week's big lunar eclipse.Full Moon Eclipses (lunar eclipses) are moments of amplified letting go- so expect big emotions this week, mini melt downs, and lots of mismatch between what your mind is thinking and what your heart/body are feeling. Try to accept this, be patient, gracious, and super kind to yourself.As you've heard here today some of the things I'm working on are the little things- drinking more water, slowing down, remembering to get out of work clothes, trying to get outside more even if it's rainy and gray.This is a temporary moment in time, and it will pass- in that we can trust.
Mt Mamas Misadventures Podcast
How do you overcome your "inner self-critic"? Ember Pilati shares her powerful secrets for developing self-compassion. She walks you through learning how to build on self-kindness, understand common humanity and mindfulness, rejecting self-pity, learning what we need right now and becoming intentional of how we speak to ourselves. Find her at: Emerge Empowered by Ember Pilati (podcast) emberpilati.com (online resources and life-coaching) Check us out at: mtmamas.org @mtmamasutah @utahadventuremamas email@example.com Thanks as always to Sara, the Instrumentalist, for our music, "Salamanca"
Recover Your Soul: A Spiritual Path to a Happy and Healthy Life
On this episode of Recover Your Soul, we discuss the slippery slope of falling back into old behaviors, thought patterns, and beliefs when we come to a curve in our Soul Recovery. Rev Rachel reflects on the importance of self-compassion and loving kindness on the Soul Recovery journey. We explore warning signs that often go unnoticed on this path and discuss the importance of giving ourselves grace and self-compassion during difficult times. Rev Rachel's shares her personal struggles with communication and asking for help, and how these relate to childhood experiences, and old belief systems. The twits and turns are part of the healing, part of integrating our human and spiritual selves and part of our journey. For more information about Rev. Rachel Harrison and Recover Your Soul- visit the website www.recoveryoursoul.net use the code TRYASESSION for 40% off your first Spiritual Coaching session when you book on the website. Soul Recovery Support Group on Zoom -The 1st Monday of the Month, 6PM Mountain Time. This is a drop in support group where we can come together to explore, connect and support each other on our Soul Recovery journey. Visit the website to register and receive the meeting invite. Free to attend- donations appreciated.Together we can do the work that will recover your soul.This podcast is for educational purposes only and is not allied or representative of any organizations or religions, but is based on the opinions and experience of Rev. Rachel Harrison. The host claims no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the information presented herein. Take what you need and leave the rest. Support the show Make a one time donation to support the Recover Your Soul Podcast on the home page or become a monthly supporter from $3 to $10, follow us on Instagram, Insight Timer, TikTok, YouTube and Facebook and join the private Facebook group to be part of the RYS community. Support this podcast and have access to bonus content by becoming a Patreon Member or subscribing on Apple Podcasts and have access to an EXTRA episode each Friday.
Breakthrough with Brig, Mindset + Life Coach
In this episode, we're catching up with two of my former clients from a year and a half - two years ago, Ruth and Marcia. I've brought you several conversations on this podcast with high-achieving women while they're in the coaching container so we know what happens then, but I wanted to talk about the transformation, and how it keeps paying off even after you've left the coaching container. So listen in as we talk about everything black women, one-on-one coaching, and why investing in ourselves as black women are so important. And listen, if you're a high-achieving woman ready to cultivate more meaningful and fulfilling relationships with yourself and others, and you take your business and professional growth to the next level, my coaching program is perfect for you. You don't have to continue putting others first and neglecting your own needs and desires in the process, because remember, you are your greatest asset. Let's work together to create a life that you enjoy.. If this interests you, reach out to book a Breakthrough Call at https://brigjohnson.kartra.com/calendar/BREAKTHROUGHCALENDAR GUEST INFO— Ruth Duren, Life Coach for Immigrant Business Women Ruth Duren, I am a Life Coach and Master in Business Administration. I am the life coach for Immigrant Businesswomen. I help them create the income they want without working longer and harder than necessary. My passion is to help as many immigrants create their dreams without sacrificing the life they dreamt of. I was born and raised in Kenya, East Africa, and live in The Land of Pueblos, aka Albuquerque, NM. Website: https://www.ruthduren.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ruthdurenlifecoach/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/ruthduren Marcia Thomas Paine, Life Coach for women over 35 who are separating and divorcing Marcia Thomas Bayne is known as the Life Shifting Coach. She helps women over 35 who are separating and divorcing jump off the hamster wheel of their past and live unapologetically in their present. Instagram: @theothersideofdivorce Email: firstname.lastname@example.org RESOURCES — Join the Group Coaching Waitlist for Deeply Rooted - https://www.brigjohnson.com/group Register for the Next Newsletter here - https://brigjohnson.kartra.com/page/website Book a Breakthrough Call here - https://bit.ly/30dPsXi Share Your Takeaways With Me - Write to email@example.com LET'S GET SOCIAL — Website - http://brigjohnson.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/johnsonbrig/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/coachwithbrig
So often we KNOW the right thing that would best help us, BUT are you LIVING it!! Today's episode gets into exactly how to move things from knowing to making it work in your life. Hear what to focus on in your own thoughts and in your own body.LIFE COACHING6 months1:1 coaching programI teach you deep, transformative and life long self love skills that heal and last a lifetime!Click Here to set your FREE consultation callNewsletterClick here to sign up
Choosing Love: Cultivating self-compassion in relationships with unwanted pornography use
Keynote speaker Julie Lee joins me today to talk about Self-Compassion. She has an amazing story, and it is evident she has become stronger through her trials. She tells us about some amazing tools she used that have helped her through some of the challenges of her divorce. In so many ways, we are all the same! We all need to be seen as we truly are. Julie has this gift. https://julieleespeaks.com/
The Mindful Healers Podcast with Dr. Jessie Mahoney and Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang
Buying and selling houses is an intimate experience that brings up lots of familiar and unhelpful habitual mindset patterns. Today's episode is a little different than our usual. It features lessons from a wise and mindful real estate agent, Cynthia Cummins. Cynthia helped me buy my house almost 18 years ago. She offers a mindful caring and loving approach to buying and selling homes. Cynthia describes herself as a "sloppy Buddhist." She brings love, humor, mindfulness, and common humanity to the real estate journey- even in the wildest and craziest real estate markets. Cynthia shares how working in residential real estate is not about sales, assets, interest rates, inspections, and money. She sees it as a caring human profession. Cynthia describes the process of home buying and selling as a window into the “vibrant microcosm of what it means to be humans looking for love, nourishment, meaning, and shelter.” She describes being a real estate agent as being a guide for humans on an important journey. "The quest for home is a quest for self "- Cynthia Cummins Self-compassion, common humanity, mindfulness, and kindness are deeply integrated into healthy home-buying and selling. A scarcity mindset, urgency, not-enoughness, imposter syndrome, fear of making a mistake, catastrophizing, “what if's”, uncertainty, and the stress of feeling out of control show up in almost every house-buying journey. Having a wise guide to hold space for you is essential. So is humor. “What we are doing here is so important we better not take it so seriously.” -Suzuki Roshi. Being a real estate agent and being a physician has many similarities. We both hold space for the human condition and spirit in stressful and intimate life moments. We both also get “disenchanted” (AKA burnt out). Cynthia shares how she rediscovered her purpose as a real estate agent through narrative and reflective writing. Over the last few years, Cynthia has been writing a blog called Real Estate Therapy. In it, she shares all things human + real estate. It's a delightful read that will become a book shortly. I highly recommend checking it out. www.realestatetherapy.org Even if you aren't planning on moving, buying or selling a house soon, this episode is worth a listen. We share many useful strategies to stay out of common mindset pitfalls when buying things. We include tips on how to not buy things we don't really want. Cynthia also shares some very helpful strategies to help you connect with what you really want as well as how to enjoy the “home” that you already have (AKA wanting what you have.) If you live in the SF Bay Area and need a Real Estate agent, reach out to Cynthia at Kindred Homes. I get nothing if you work with her except to know that you will be well-cared for. https://kindredsfhomes.com/ Everyone, even those not looking to buy or sell a house, should scroll through the Real Estate Therapy Blog- it's a fascinating window into humanity with many helpful and enlightening parallels to medicine. https://www.realestatetherapy.org/ If you need coaching around old or current real estate dramas, struggles with where you live or how you want to be living, or need a mindset upgrade, reach out to Jessie for coaching. www.jessiemahoneymd.com/coaching If you want to develop a mindfulness practice, reach out to Dr. Liang www.awakenbreath.org *Nothing in this episode is medical advice.
Happy Satiated Saturday! I have so so many memories around clothing store fitting rooms. The most interesting thing to do where I grew up in Connecticut was often to go to the mall with friends. Laughing, crying, and feeling stuck on the floor in despair all occurred within the walls of a fitting room. We learn that clothes have meaning from a young age. The size we can fit into becomes symbolic for how we "fit" into society. When your clothes stopping fitting you, it can feel like so much more than just needing to get new clothes. It can spark stress, anxiety, panic, fear, and worry. This conversation has come up a lot lately with those I work with around what do you do when your clothes no longer fit and you feel overwhelmed and even start to feel drawn to going back on a diet.So, in this week's episode, I explore 4 somatic practices you can explore when you're in that moment when you're trying on clothes and they don't fit. These practices can support you in feeling safe after the threatening experience you've had with clothes.You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/my-clothes-no-longer-fit-and-im-freaking-out-what-do-i-doWith time and practice, you can learn to regulate your nervous system and feel more at ease in your own skin, regardless of your clothing size.With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxSupport the showKeep in touch with Stephanie Mara here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_stephaniemara/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephaniemarafoxWebsite: https://www.stephaniemara.com/https://www.somaticeating.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephmara/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stephaniemarafoxContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show:Become a supporter of the show here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/809987/supportCheck out my favorite water filter: https://www.pureeffectfilters.com/#a_aid=somaticeatingUse my Amazon Affiliate link when shopping on Amazon: https://amzn.to/448IyPl Special thanks to Bendsound for the intro music in this episode. www.bensound.com
Awareness That Heals with Robert Strock
On this week's episode of Awareness that Heals, we will look at how to best deal with the challenging emotions that show up most frequently and also investigate our attitude toward those feelings. The goal is for you to expand your ability to care for yourself through self-compassion. There are two key aspects to be aware of. The first is becoming aware of the hard feeling or challenge that you experience most. The second is the self-judgment that arises in the form of feeling inadequate. Use the tools and resources offered at AwarenessThatHeals.org to effect a fundamental shift that will allow you to say “yes” to self-acceptance, and “no” to self-rejection. This act of self-compassion can bring a monumental change and will expand your ability to care for yourself during difficult challenges. The more you are attentive to your feelings with awareness, the more you are able to create thoughts, actions, and attitudes that will change the quality of your life. Notice during the discussion and meditation the feelings that make you uncomfortable and what seems impossible to overcome. Notice how it's almost automatic that you judge yourself for having these emotions, usually outside of your awareness. Find a comfortable and quiet place to meditate and bring awareness to these places inside. This will allow you to pivot from being caught in self-judgment to increased self-care and compassion that will inevitably bring greater peace and caring into the world as well. • The Introspective Guides: download your copy here. • Watch the video of this episode: on our YouTube channel. • Read the transcription & listen to this episode: at Awareness That Heals.
Deana Panza is a holistic therapist and coach who helps people reconnect with their most authentic selves through compassion, self-awareness, and exploration.For nearly a decade, Deana has been collaborating with people to empower them to take back control of their lives by helping them get to know their true selves and encouraging them with the power of choice.In this episode, we share our experience with our own healing journeys, setting boundaries, and connecting with our authentic selves. FOLLOW DEANA:INSTAGRAM: @deanapanzaSTAY CONNECTED:INSTA: @trustandthriveTIKOK:@trustandthriveTWITTER