vulnerability, growth and tending the nervous system
This spiritual life isn’t easy – it’s a conscious choice and also something you can’t really back out of once you find yourself this path. So much about this discovery journey is about growith, and with that, comes the discomfort of getting out of your comfort zone. So if you find yourself in a phase of growing pains, with your nervous system being activated and the ground underneath you quite shaky, this one’s for you.
I talk about…
1. The three main ways in which you can experience growing pains: when shadow work comes up but you don’t feel ready, when you know you need to start setting boundaries and bring your new-found beliefs to the outside world, and navigating a vulnerability hangover and an activated nervous system.
2. How to hold yourself through these growing pains: with acceptance, a holistic and compassionate approach, consciously seeking joy whenever you can and leaning into the support of a community too.
3. My new programme Goodbye Good Girl and how I believe you should never have to navigate the hard parts of your spiritual journey alone!
I hope this episode inspires you to be really kind and patient with yourself as you navigate these shaky grounds. Know that this is a big part of your journey and you’re so brave to sit in the discomfort and taking it one step at the time. You got this sister, and you’re truly never alone! x
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