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❥ I’m not who I used to be. I'm a constant work in progress. And that is a beautiful thing. 🕊 ⁣ It isn’t possible to define me in a 150 character bio: I am more than a holistic coach, MSc. Psychologist, Nutritionist, and Yoga teacher. I am more than my labels, my accomplishments, my education. ⁣⁣ I am also more than all the labels that have hold me back for so long. I am an ever changing, ever becoming, and evolving work in progress. ⁣ I’m still in the remembering, unveiling and becoming. Tripping, stumbling, crawling, uncovering and revealing.⁠ But I'm not lost anymore. I'm coming home to myself. ⁣ Dear one, the path of healing is not about self-improvement. It's not about "buying the fixing". It's not about being a more "positive" and loving person - although these are common side effects 🙃 ⁣ It's about remembering & be(com)ing our whole self. And in order to remember, we have to unlearn, undo, and untangle every lie we‘ve ever bought into about ourselves. It's a continuous journey of returning. ⁣ It takes commitment, It takes willingness. It takes courage. ⁣ It takes a longing to know the truth about who you are above anything else. And when you commit to this path, it's impossible to find a road map outside of yourself because only you can discover the path towards your own truth. ⁠⠀ My invitation: look inward for your answers.⁠ Learn to listen to the rhythm of your heart. The feeling of your feet on the ground. The whisper of your innate wisdom. ⁣ 〰️ ⁣ It’s time to hold your whole self, to nourish all of your truths, to find belonging inside of yourself for all of your parts. There are many ways to do this & I know the Total Transformation is one of them. There are 5 days left to join me this year. ⁣ 12 weeks. Personal support. Daily integration work. A lifetime (maybe more) of connection & community, including FREE access to all workshops in 2020. 🎉 ⁣ Link in bio for more information and/or to sign yourself up. Extended payment plans are available & you can always DM me with your questions. I would be happy to receive them but my bet is that if you get still for a moment, you and your body will have way better answers for you than I do. 🕊 ⁣ 🧡
Drop a ❤️ if you felt this👇 Non attachment can be practiced when you observe your thoughts and emotions and loosening the grip on things that you don't feel a sense of satisfaction. Thoughts and feelings are an important part of who we are and if you're not attached to material things you can lead a more fulfilling life. @kill.the.ego
As we level up and go through the endless phases of our inner journey we realize it no longer serves our highest good to label others and punish ourselves holding on to resentment or bitterness. How does the saying go? “Resentment is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to suffer.” . Think about that energy for a moment. Is that the energy you prefer to live inside you? And if not, would you like to release yourself from the suffering? Believe it or not, we actually get to choose how we want to feel. As we develop more and more capacity to interpret or perceive situations differently, our emotional experience of reality will start to bend to our will. With an inflexible nervous system and a limbic system associating the present with the pain of the past, it can be very difficult to create a peaceful reality for ourselves as we continue to live, consciously or unconsciously, in survival mode. Labeling someone as “toxic” may be beneficial at the start of our journey as it can lead to a more ruthless pursuit of self-care and setting stronger boundaries, but as we develop more self-awareness around our own “toxic” qualities and we’re able to bring compassion to them within ourselves, because they’re really just our inner child’s survival programs, it becomes easier to remain compassionate towards others even in the midst of pain. And just because we can be compassionate towards another’s wounds, doesn’t mean we tolerate their behavior. It just allows us to not take their actions personally while we set boundaries accordingly. It allows us to continue living in a higher vibrational state. It’s truly the best protection of our energy. There is a way to ‘do life’ without being reactive and letting other people’s ‘stuff’ affect us. As we learn to regulate the nervous system and rewire the limbic system, we take back control of our lives and how we choose to feel, regardless of what is happening in our external world. Does this resonate? Comment below! Love, M Want to regulate and rewire? Apply via link in bio for my 8wk interactive online group program. Check out testimonials in story highlights under “gauntlet” and “lemme❤️u"
Don’t let your focus on the growth that still needs to happen ECLIPSE the ways in which you’ve already grown.⁣ 🏔 ⁣ Can you take a moment to look back on all you’ve ALREADY done?⁣ ⁣ The challenges you’ve overcome.⁣ The pain you’ve survived + healed from.⁣ The successes you’ve earned.⁣ The many mountains you’ve climbed to get right to this point.⁣ ⁣ Oftentimes, our obsessive focus on DOING MORE — and what still needs to change — shadows the many, many ways we’ve already risen to the challenge.⁣ ⁣ Acknowledge your wins today.⁣ Take them in with child-like awe.⁣ ⁣ Have a moment to pat yourself on the back for all that work.⁣ ⁣ Phew. It’s been a lot, hasn’t it?⁣ ⁣ But yet, here you are.⁣ Stronger, wiser.⁣ Breathing.⁣ Alive.⁣ ⁣ Little You would be so, so proud. 🤍
It is impossible to heal with the same people and surroundings that caused you the trauma, suffering, and pain. In order to feel the pain deeply, understand what has happened to you, and begin the healing process you must have some distance from the cause. This does not necessarily mean forever, but it does mean that you must be free to speak, feel the anger and pain, without the other person telling you how and what they feel you "should be" doing and feeling. 💙
The stuff that I’ve taken on to heal in myself is not just mine. It is my parents, my grandparents, their parents, and our entire family line, generation after generation. Drug abuse, disordered eating, codependency, people-pleasing, body hatred and food fear, suicidal depression, bipolar, social anxiety, agoraphobia.....none of these started with me. Hear me clearly: i am not a martyr for my family. Rather i am a revolutionary cyclebreaker {so are you} who has recognized that this is way bigger than just me. But that i was born into the family i was and the body i am in for a reason. All of these surface symptoms and what might get you a whole bunch of DSM codes and prescription drugs are the result of hundreds of years of unhealed and inherited trauma. Many of us get the call to be the ones to feel it and heal it. Not all of us listen. I implore you to listen. I implore you to let the crisis happening in your life be a wake-up call for healing and birthing a new way of life for yourself and for generations to come. This wake-up call can come in different forms, but however it comes, it will crack you open in the deepest of ways, and i promise you it’ll be worth it. Whatever you think is in the way of your freedom, is in fact the doorway to your freedom. PM me if you want a partner in your healing - i use a combo of hypnotherapy and coaching to support you in holistically healing from the inside out. . Quote by @motherwoundproject.
Sometimes, by no fault of our parents (often they’re doing their best) - one of the most common, long-lasting and painfully impactful experiences we share as a generation is having our emotions under-noticed, undervalued or under-responded to. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ When this happens, we experience two things: first, we are disconnected from our emotions (this powerful, energising feedback system) which should be stimulating, directing and guiding us. Informing, connecting and enriching us; our emotions, which should be telling us who matters to us and what matters to us, and why. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Second, our walled off emotions remain unaddressed and unmanaged. To cope as a child, we naturally push our emotions down, to keep them from becoming a “problem” for our parents. We learn that you must wall off our own emotions so that we’ll never appear sad, hurt, needy or emotional to our parents. Those blocked emotions just sit there, unattended, waiting, perhaps emerging at times which seem to make little sense to us. Or maybe don’t emerge at all, but instead negatively impact our relationships or choices. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We might come to mistrust ourselves and believe that all of the answers can be found within another. We believe that we’re not good enough. We shame ourselves for feeling and deny our own experiences. We cut off, dissociate, distract and pacify ourselves. We unconsciously seek out romantic relationships that recreate the conflicted dynamic we had with our parents. Invariably and unavoidably, the subtle moments from childhoods that we more often than not survive, have a lasting impact. #wegotyou
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Change is not intellectualized, but lived.