Who has the loudest voice in your head your Inner Critic or you’re Inner Compassionate self? I know for me for a long time it was my inner critic …. but things changed for me a few years ago when I realised how I was cutting the ground out from underneath me with the negative stories “my nasty girl” was telling me and the words I was using about myself.
After a lot of difficult moments – mostly self-inflicted – I realised the vital importance of self-love and inner compassion. I also realised the voice we choose to listen to in our heads is a choice we make every second, and every minute of every day of our life. So the big question is who do we choose to listen to? The Inner Critic or the Inner Compassionate? And if self-love is something you struggle with what are the benefits of being more self-loving?
Do you give yourself permission to shine your light or share your voice? Can you speak your truth when you need to? Do you own your personal power?
Welcome to the second part of our series on how to own your personal power. In this episode, we are sharing seven steps to own your personal power. In last week’s episode, we talked about what it looks like to own your personal power and the benefits of doing this.
Do you own your own personal power? Do you feel you can say no when you need to? Do you feel like you’re Wonder Woman in a tricky business or work situation or do you feel the opposite? Are you comfortable sharing your message with the world?
This week on Your Freedom Unlimited we are talking about owning your personal power. This is such a powerful concept that can either bring goosebumps of excitement – or a cold shiver – if deep down we feel like we’re not really owning our power.
Finding true freedom within, after experiencing trauma in her early life, is the focus of our conversation on Your Freedom Unlimited with trauma coach and healer Alissa Nathaniel. Alissa’s rich history, as a practitioner of acupuncture, acutonics, neural organisation technique, and yoga, as well as her own journey to healing, has inspired the work she is doing today.
Alissa holds the space for people with P.T.S.D., trauma, stress, depression, and/or anxiety to move from frozen to freedom. In our interview, she explains the unique techniques she uses to help unlock the energy pathways and frequencies that help her clients transform, expand and finally find freedom from suffering. She is an absolute inspiration and testament to the power of committing to the healing journey.
What could our fear be distracting us from? When we’re in a fear state, what are we actually missing out on? What are we not doing as a result of our fear?
In this podcast, I talk a lot about our emotional frequency and vibration – most often about positive frequencies like trust, love, gratitude and acceptance. This week we’re looking at fear because of the huge amount of power it has over us – when it doesn’t need to. It’s also something people don’t like to talk about too much. But I feel we need to talk about and look at seven steps we can take to pull back the curtain of fear in our lives. need to look at what we can do about it.
Emily Fong is an artist and community maker who heard the call to make art her life’s work after studying architecture in France. Since then she has followed the breadcrumbs of inspiration to teach art and life drawing, work as an Artist in Residence in Italy and Scotland, participate in a landscape painting television competition and collaborate with composers to incorporate drawing into live performance.
While Emily is a born artist – her ability to create community and inspire other artists is just as innate.
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