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Manifesting Joy : 52 Weeks of Hope

Lauren Abrams



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Reclaiming Your Inner Peace: How to Self-Soothe and Embrace Self-Compassion

Are you sick of feeling burnt-out and overwhelmed? With everything going on, sometimes you just need a breath. Or some new coping tools. Or even a brief timeout! Join Lauren as she gives you tools you can use right now to self-soothe and for your self-care. Learn healthy coping strategies to calm yourself on the spot, even while listening to this episode!  "And they’re just easy to use so that you can just lean into them Because if you just stuff your feelings, that's gonna come out someplace else. No one wants that."  (Lauren), 2:20 In this episode, learn to practice self-soothing and its incredible power to bring self-compassion back into your life. Lauren shares easy-to-use tools that help you find relief from stress, overwhelm, and burnout. Shift from relying on unhealthy coping mechanisms and bring back the joy of laughter, meaningful connections, and a renewed sense of purpose.  “Put your hand on your chest. Put your hand on your heart and just breathe in.” (Lauren), 3:20. Tune in and learn how to cultivate self-compassion, embrace your emotions, and find a sense of peace in life's chaos. Get ready to reclaim your inner peace and embark on a journey towards rediscovering the magic of self-soothing. Don't miss this episode full of practical tips and insights that empower you to live a more fulfilling and balanced life. Go on a quick journey to self-compassion in just a few minutes. You’ll listen to this calming episode many times. “Doing a short meditation can really just energize you and give you so much self-compassion.” – (Lauren), 7:38 The Importance of Communication and Connection: "We need to actually communicate, and be amongst each other. So to actually talk to somebody and see how they're doing and have that kind of connection, Nothing will make you feel better than that. I promise.” (Lauren), 15:02: "Stop the struggle and heal your humanity." (Lauren), 20:07   In this episode: (2:47) – The danger of holding things in and the importance of breathing. (2:51) – Trauma doesn’t have to be huge; it can be small. (3:51) – The importance of understanding feelings aren’t facts.  (4:00) – Naming your feelings means they no longer have power over you.  (4:11) – The Feelings Chart and the valuable way it can help navigate life. (5:18) – Feelings peak for five minutes.  (6:43) – The importance of being open to new ideas. (7:11) – The powerful impact of standing meditation. (7:50) – Being okay doesn’t mean you’re okay with what’s happening around you.  (8:54) – Life happens by showing up (10:00) – Feeling your feelings all the way through your body helps release them.  (10:45) – Meditation doesn’t have to be a long process. Whatever works for you is fine.  (11:24) – The power and impact of journaling as a self-soothing method. (13:18) – Finding your superpower and what makes you happiest is part of the self-soothing journey. (14:27) – Checking on someone else is a self-soothing method because it gives you community.  (16:25) – Gratitude leads to vibrating at a higher frequency.  (16:32) – The importance of living in a grateful state. (17:41) – Life might look good on the outside, but enjoying life is what matters most.  (18:32) – The power of moments and doing the things that light you up.   Resources and Links  52 Weeks of Hope Get your FREE Confidence and Clarity Growth Scorecard Schedule your Confidence and Clarity Boost Session with Lauren! If you enjoyed this episode, you'll love these episodes as well: Fostering Friendship, Community, and Connection with Marisa G. Franco How to Stop Wishing for Someone Else’s Life Breaking Free of the Hamster Wheel: How Overachieving Moms Rediscover th

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