Hello, everyone! Thank you for joining me in this very important episode that will helpfully help those of us who have struggled to find self-love, despite all our efforts to try and cultivate and achieve it. This is a long one because the topic is so very important for those of us who are survivors of significant trauma.First, I want to say, that if you have been struggling with self-love, and come from a significant background of trauma, this is an episode you do not want to miss! This is not your typical self-love episode, where we tell you to increase your self-care, go get a massage, reiki session, manicure, or whatever, to love yourself. Nor is it an episode where we will tell you to recite affirmations or mantras, or do more self-reiki to find self-love! Those CAN work for us with significant trauma, but with modifications! Listen on to find out how!
Monthly Archives: July 2020
You know, I have always disliked politics. My personal opinion is politics divide us, instead of uniting us, and I believe politics should not come into play when it comes to inequality and racism, except to enact laws promoting equality. We all know racism is a hot topic these days, and for good reason! Join me in this episode, where we have a thoughtful discussion on politics, and why I believe this podcast is not getting too political. We also discuss how turning a blind eye to inequality can inhibit our spiritual, personal, and emotional growth. I also discuss Austin Channing Brown’s latest book on the topic of racism. In my opinion, this is a must-read for anyone who wants to evolve in their spiritual, personal, and emotional growth!
This is not your typical “let’s discuss the pandemic” podcast episode! With the pandemic extending beyond what any of us have anticipated, some of us are simply tired of it all, and we are experiencing a bit of an imbalance of energy in life. This could show up as many things for us, and together, through sensitive and compassionate dialogue, we will journey to hopefully experience a powerful shift in perspective, to find that place of balance we have been craving. If you are sick of the pandemic, and want a fresh perspective of how you can balance the pain of loss this pandemic has brought, with the pain of growth it has also brought, this is your episode!
Also, towards the end of the podcast, we briefly discuss ways we as “white” people (if you identify as such) can learn and grow from the current civil unrest out in the world with the Black Lives Matter movement. A call to people of color is given to have as a possible guest on the show because we need your experiences and perspective more than ever! If you are a person of color, please listen to see how you can be given the mic during this very important time in our history. Your life, and your voice matters! We need you so much!
Welcome to this guided, mindfulness meditation, where we will create a comfortable, safe, soothing, and healing place in your mind’s eye, for you to come to at any time it is needed…………The world can seem like a very uncertain and scary place at times, especially during times of pandemic, political and racial tensions, or just any other time you are struggling in life, and need to feel more balanced and at peace.
Please keep in mind that this meditation is not meant to diagnose or treat any health issues including any mental or emotional health challenges. Please consult with a qualified mental health therapist or other medical professional, for assistance with any mental health challenges or health issues.