Amy is diving into five (of the many) benefits of deep inner child healing. Often we hear about the process and the challenges of healing, so instead, in this episode, we are illuminating some of the amazing outcomes of healing the inner child.
Ifyou've been jumping from one quick fix to the next and you're finally ready to go all-in with your healing journey, this episode is for you. It's also an encouraging reminder for those of you who are in the middle of this inner child healing journey, who might be wondering where the light is at the end of the tunnel!
When Em Deacon discovered a 10cm lump in her breast she feared the worst. Inexplicably it was worse than she had feared - the cancer had already spread to her liver, spine, and neck. At just thirty years old, with a one-year-old daughter, she was told treatment would be palliative and was given three and a half years to live. It shattered her world. She had no risk factors and no family history so she was utterly thrown by the extent of it. It felt like life was over for her.
But she has turned this whole viewpoint upside down. Three years later she is living with stage 4 "incurable" cancer and is now a completely different person - happier, more fulfilled, stronger, and healthier than ever before. Her diagnosis was the portal for her awakening. Her story will absolutelyinspire you
This episode dives into Lisa's deep and personal knowledge based on her experience of losing her own health for a long period back in 2006. That journey has helped her see and feel what it is to truly heal. She cultivates and nourishes healing in others because she truly believes we can all heal. She has flipped the switch with the realization that the mind, body & soul are all connected; that her experience, her healing, was a gift. She forged her own healing path and is helping others to find theirs too.
In this episode, Amy is talking with Mark Wolynn, a leading expert in the field of inherited family trauma and the author of the award-winning book 't Didn't Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle'. We are diving into the emerging field of psychology known as "inherited family trauma" - which is trauma that is passed down generationally and in families - and how it can influence our health, emotions, psychology, addictions, phobias and beliefs.
In this episode, we're diving into COMPARISON - what it is, why we do it and how we can start to heal (and learn) from this disempowering pattern. We share some simple, foundational practices and action steps you can adopt right away when the voice of comparison strikes and gets you down. Comparison doesn't have to be a constant dialogue in your head that makes you feel less worthy and not good enough - we will explain how it can be a portal for deeper self-healing and an opportunity to come home to self-love and our desires.