In this week's episode, Elizabeth shares her intentions for the new year and how spending some time alone has helped manifest those goals. From learning to voice your innate need for alone time to a spouse or friend to accepting your personal discomforts with the idea of being alone, she boils it down to one simple rule: carve out 2 hours every single day for yourself. That's right, two hours. Every. Single. Day. Listen for practical tips about beginning this practice as well as the many benefits it brings into your own wellbeing as well as the relationships you share with others.
In this week's episode, Elizabeth shares the ways in which she's personally fallen out of alignment (spiritually, emotionally & physically) over the past few months and some of the lessons she's learned along the way. Coming back into alignment and arriving back here, right now, has been a tremendous learning curve but, once you stop to listen, magic can start to happen!
In this guided meditation, Elizabeth shares her quick, go-to tool for coming back into the present amidst stress, anxiety, or just a bad day. Listen to this meditation anytime you need a little mental reset and notice how coming back into the present moment can easily turn your day around.
In this episode, Elizabeth is joined by her fiancé Joel! Together they share their experiences moving to New York City at a moment's notice, working through a spring and summer of loss, and the (maybe?) possibility of planning a wedding in the near future. Along with a few jokes about early 2000's rom-com's and puppies, this episode has the fixings to be a longtime classic!
In this 20-minute guided meditation, Elizabeth shows us how to tap into the innate source of love and compassion that lives within each of us. She also guides us through a compassionate practice of extending this source of divine love to various people in our lives and, ultimately, to the entire world.
In this episode, Elizabeth discusses her own experiences with anxiety as well as the mindfulness tools she has collected over the years to combat this debilitating struggle. From yoga to volunteering and everything in between, she shares some of her favorite ways to stop anxious thoughts in their tracks and return to the here and now.
For more information and to find resources in your own communtity, please visit the Anxiety and Depression Association of America today.