Do you struggle with identifying feelings or experiencing emotions? Maybe it's hard to be happy or impossible to sit with anger or sadness. In this LIVE podcast recording Lindsay and Annie discuss their experiences with denying or avoiding emotions, and then share the tools they're using for identifying, allowing, + tolerating a range of emotions. You're doing a great job being human!
Have you denied your empathetic, highly sensitive, authentic self? Are you curious how to navigate the chaotic world with more ease? Join us for this LIVE recording as we share our experiences and the resources + tools that are guiding us towards balance, safety, and respect for our sensitive nervous systems. Be sweet to yourself. *And: Annie mistakenly referred to Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria as Rejection Sensitivity Dysmorphia. Oops!*
Tangled in the compulsive knot of codependent behaviors and thoughts? You're not alone, you are worthy, there is hope, and it can get better. We look at how codependency affects our emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical health. We share our own experiences with how codependency harms us, then share tools for recovery that help us find balance, a sense of self, and the courage to find a new way. We love ya, you're doing so great! Apologies for imperfect sound, we're fine-tuning equipment!
Live recording! Our Insight Timer Live Stream Podcast on Aging. This 30-min episode is all about facing, and maybe even embracing, aging with spiritual tools. From Botox to prayer we bare it all.
Apologies for the low volume in one section due to being a live recording. We love you and you're perfect exactly the age and way you are TODAY. Listen and let us know what aging is like for you these days. xo
Are you trapped in projection? This episode explores the negative traits and unwanted emotions we project onto others, resulting in pain for all involved. Today we look to our shadow sides to help find our unconscious projections. Then, we share tools we're using for self awareness so we can begin to unravel the painful narratives we have believed for so long. Our hope is for freedom! Join us!
Can creating inner safety hold and nurture us in our outward facing lives? Could we provide the calm and serene states we so desire and try to gain in our outside worlds? Join Annie and Lindsay as they explore what it feels like to live in unsafe zones within yourself. Learn to bring safety and care to yourself from yourself.
Have you ever thought about your internal surroundings? What makes you feel safe in your body?What anchors you spiritually?
How do you create emotional safety in the face of internal or external disturbances?
When do you notice yourself feeling unsafe?
Has harsh inner criticism, past hurts, perceived failings, and longing- constructed an absence of safety? Join us as we dismantle internal hazards and cultivate inner safety.
Embracing your inner critic, healing the inner critic, naming your inner critic. You name it, we dive into it during this Inner Critic episode. First, we share how our inner critics are present in our lives today—and how they came to be. Then, we talk about spiritual tools we’re using to cultivate inner safety and soothe that harsh, internal voice. Join us for this special episode! We love ya!
This is a special guest episode starring Sara Longacre. Sara is a health advocate who is passionate about educating others about what Obsessive Compulsive Disorder actually is. We get into lesser known OCD characteristics and explore what it was like for Sara to be diagnosed. We also tackle new vocabulary terms for our regular traits instead of misusing OCD as a state we can go in and out of. Join us!
We need all the help! We talk self advocacy, taking suggestions, choosing a therapist, talking to doctors, navigating mental health, and—of course—some laughs and a few tears. Annie + Lindsay share their experiences and tools for how to get help. Remember, you’re not alone. If you need help, we hope you feel empowered to get it. We love ya. We hope you love you, too.
Struggling with boundaries? Setting internal boundaries makes it easier to have external boundaries with friends, family, work, lovers...you name it. Internal boundaries help us define ourselves to ourselves. They help us know what we like, don't like, how we feel, what we believe, our emotions, our spiritual sense. When we can clearly take responsibility for our internal physical, emotional, and mental experience, we can navigate the world easier. DON'T PANIC. We don't have this all figured out, either. But we do share our current experiences and terrific tools to help you set and maintain internal boundaries. We believe in you. You're doing great!