How do you deal with things, when everything around you feels like too much?
Whether it’s the news, your busy schedule or navigating a difficult situation or period in your life, we often try to escape the uncomfortable feelings or the challenge that comes up in these moments rather than facing them head on.
If you’re feeling like it’s time to let go of your less-than-healthy coping strategies through reconnecting with your body this is for you.
In this episode of The Aligned Achiever podcast I share the need for self-compassion when the pressure on your nervous system begins to build and why I want you to go against what your brain is telling you to do so that you can overcome the disconnection.
In this Episode We Explore:
- The 2 steps to use if you are feeling like things are too much
- Why it’s necessary to allow yourself to feel instead of numbing out
- Embracing emotions for personal growth
- Finding connection in a fast-paced world
The Future is Embodied Conference:
Do you desire to inhabit your body more fully AND use your inherent power and pleasure as a force for collective change?
This November I’m speaking at The Future Is Embodied, a free, 2-week virtual conference exploring feminine embodiment & how our bodies hold the past yet shape the future.
The Conference is being held by Feminine Embodiment Coach Jenna Ward who’s passionate about examining the roots of modern women’s dis-embodied & re-configuring our bodies to fuel a fresh trajectory for the planet & people.
I’ll be on the panel speaking about the Epidemic of Disembodiment.
During the conference, you can also hear from experts on topics such as…
- Embodied Activism
- Is Embodiment A Feminist Practice?
- Feminist Business: Marketing Practices That Shift Culture
- A Woman’s Right To Pleasure: Ancient Erotic Text & Sensuality
- Trauma & The Embodied Arts
- Embodiment as Justice
- ADHD & The Womb
- Embodied Business
& so much more!
You can grab your free pass below.
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