How to Handle Self-Judgment

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Do you find the voice in your head telling you things like "you'll never be good enough" or "you're lookin' miiighty ugly today", or something along those lines? 

Most of the time, our "inner critic" as most call it stems from a critical person from our past, or a combination of negative voices we've accumulated throughout our lives. 

We may feel stuck, because that voice in our head feels permanent, and it's not like we can run away from it...so what can you do? 

Watch the video below to learn my two paths to handling self-judgment: 

When you've finished watching, I'd love to hear your thoughts! 

  • What's one valuable lesson that your own self-judgment has taught you? 
  • How can you begin to see your judgment in a loving way? (Hint: it's trying to keep you "safe")
  • How can you use your judgment to learn something and propel yourself forward instead of allowing it to hold you back? 

Share in the comments below! 

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The Importance of Restorative Practices

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First of all...what do I mean by "restorative practice"? I mean any activity that recharges you. This can range from yoga, meditation, time in nature, music, etc. 

Designing restorative practices into your life is how you can avoid burnout, moodiness, and bring energy and vitality into your life. 

So how can you build this ritual in, and how often should you have a restorative practice? 

Watch the video below to find out how it works! 

 
 
 

Now that you've learned all about restorative practices and what they can do for you, I'd love to know...

Which restorative practice do you plan on implementing this week? What concrete action(s) will you take to make that happen? 

Leave a comment below and let's discuss! 

If you Numb your Sadness, you Numb your Joy

A few years ago, I was driving home to my beautiful flat in Bury St. Edmunds, England. 

I looked to my left and saw a vivid sunset full of beautiful colors, and realized I felt nothing. At that moment it hit me that for most of my life, I had been numbing myself out. 

I was protecting myself from feeling negative things, and in the process I had blocked myself from experiencing joy and passion. 

I realized at that point that it was time to make a change, and I took off for a journey to discover true happiness. 

To learn more about my journey, check out this video right here...

 

 

I'd love to know...are you holding yourself back from experiencing joy? Do you fear happiness? If so, why do you think that is? What's one difficult feeling you have been avoiding, and one way you can begin to work through that feeling?