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380: Anxious Thinking vs Wise Mind Thinking

Coming to the realization that all one's thinking isn't true can be a major breakthrough for the anxiety clearing process! Anxiety is very loud and very demanding and we tend to jump when it speaks. Today Gina points the way to teasing out the anxious thoughts from the wise mind. Quote: When speaking about intrusive thoughts on one of our group coaching calls one member said: "Remember these are FAKE thoughts". -ACP Group Coaching Member To learn more go to: Join our Group Coaching Full...


379: Anxiety Recovery: Confidence and Handling Uncertainty

Gina shares an "ah-ha" moment from a client! "When the shame is taken away, a natural learning from mistakes happens anyways - so my mind doesn't need to worry about that. This is a big piece of the anxiety recovery for me, I think! Confidence + handling uncertainty". Quote: It was when I found out I could make mistakes that I knew I was on to something. -Ornette Coleman To learn more go to: Join our Group Coaching Full or Mini Membership Program What is anxiety?


378: Why Being Mindful With Anxiety May Be A Struggle For You

Mindfulness is much bigger than you think. If you have moments or days where you feel your mind is like a snow globe of whirling glitter, have difficulty focusing or have a life that is just too full of "to dos" you are in the right place today :) Quote: There is nothing more important to true growth than realizing that you are not the voice of the mind—you are the one who hears it. -Michael Singer To learn more go to: Join our Group Coaching Full or Mini Membership Program What is...


377: Letting Go Of Dr. Google

Has Dr. Google ever given you a sense of relief and wellbeing? Maybe it's time to let this doc go for good. Join in today's episode and find the actions you can take to end this difunctional relationship! Anxiety will draw you to the search bar and you will have to use your awareness and your wise mind to step away from the computer. Quote: Meditation, because some questions can't be answered by Google. -Anonymous To learn more go to: Join our Group Coaching Full or Mini Membership...


376: Health Benefits Of Practicing Gratitude

Gratitude isn't just a nice idea it's healthy for your mind and your body. In today's episode, Gina reviews an article by Dr. Joe Mercola and his take on all the mental and physical health benefits gratitude has to offer. Quote: Gratitude is so close to the bone of life, pure and true, that it instantly stops the rational mind, and all its planning and plotting. -Regina Sara Ryan To learn more go to: Join our Group Coaching Full or Mini Membership Program What is anxiety? Links...


375: Anxiety Medications On Off Or Taper

If you are on off or tapering from anti-anxiety medications or antidepressants meditation you are in the right place to learn the lifestyle changes you can make for your well being! Diet, exercise, meditation, relaxation and getting reacquainted with your parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest) again are the tools we teach here and you are welcome to join us! Quote When you live by accident anxiety is natural -Sadhguru To learn more go to: Join our Group Coaching Full or...


374: 15 signs Of Anxiety In Kids And Adults

Kids and adults alike exhibit many signs and symptoms when challenged with anxiety. Listen in to this episode as Gina discusses the 15 signs from an article by Karen Young on kids and anxiety. Interestingly enough these are not only experienced by kids so listen in! :) Link to the article mentioned in today's episode: Quote: If one going down into a river, swollen and swiftly flowing, is...


373: Worry vs Problem Solving and Anxiety

Action Steps to separate worry from problem-solving. Today Gina takes a look at the difference and how we can move into problem-solving when we find ourselves on the path to worrying. Use awareness, pausing at the crossroads, sorting out what we have control over and much more! Quote: Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength. -Corrie Ten Boom To learn more go to: Join our Group Coaching Full or Mini Membership Program What is anxiety?


372: Anxiety and Learning to Depend On Yourself For Your Happiness

Over-dependence on another can become a bad habit when entrenched in anxiety-panic. Today Gina takes a look at 3 that Matana Williams took to move out of this anxious behavior. Today's Quote: Suffering is not holding you. You are holding suffering. When you become good at the art of letting sufferings go, then you’ll come to realize how unnecessary it was for you to drag those burdens around with you. You’ll see that no one else other than you was responsible. The truth is that existence...


371: Anxiety Love and Responsibility with Thom Rutledge

Anxiety and love and what we can do to take responsibility for our own thoughts and actions. Today Gina has returning guest Thom Rutledge for some spot-on wisdom and thoughts from Thom's new book What Love Is. If you missed his other episodes check those out too :) 285: LISTEN TO WHAT THE ANXIETY IS SAYING WITH THOM RUTLEDGE and 204: EMBRACING FEAR AND ANXIETY WITH THOM RUTLEDGE Mentioned in today's episode: Thom Rutledge Website His New Book...


370: 4 Tips To Help Erase Anxious Negativity

So many of our thoughts are subconscious or we are not aware of them and in many many ways that is a good thing. We also tend, when we are challenged with anxiety, to put many thoughts into our subconscious without any awareness of what we are thinking this is adding fuel to our anxious negative thinking. Today Gina talks about how to use our awareness and consciousness to help erase some of that anxious negativity. Quote: The biggest quality in successful people, I think, is an...


369: Anxiety And Living In The Future

Living in the future and in a scary anxious future robs us twice! We lose the present moment where we are safe and sound and then we also submit ourselves to a horror "what if" in the future that is not even here. Join in for two questions to help turn this around and get you back to present moment living. Quote: The future has many names. For the weak it is unattainable. For the fearful it is the unknown. For the bold it is opportunity. -Victor Hugo To learn more go to: Join our...


368: Anxiety and Agoraphobia

Psychology Today says Agoraphobia is translated from Greek as "fear of the marketplace," agoraphobia involves intense fear and anxiety to a real or anticipated place or situation where escape might be difficult. Gina covers some steps you can take to start walking out of agoraphobia and anxiety. Quote: It is true that we are called to create a better world. But we are first of all called to a more immediate and exalted task: that of creating our own lives. -Thomas Merton To learn...


367: 5 Easy Ways To Calm Your Anxious Mind

Sometimes we get surprised by a surge of stress or anxiety today's episode suggests 5 simple ways to reignite your parasympathetic nervous system for peace and calm! Mentioned in today's episode: Rick Hanson was our guest on episode 176 and my favorite book of his is Buddha's Brain so I highly recommend you give it a try if you are interested in neuroscience meets mindfulness! Quote: Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts....


366: Anxiety's Resistance To What Is

If you find yourself resistant to what is and your anxiety ramping up try these 4 tips: 1) Let it go; really like holding a hot rock...let go! surrender on a tough day; stop fighting. There is no resolution in the fight so give yourself permission to stop fighting. 2) Float; doesn't require practice, and works better with less force: like an inner inactivity. Remember how to float in the have to relax your muscles and let go...this is just the same! 3) Practice Acceptance:...


365: Emotions Anxiety and Our Common Humanity

Coming to terms with the idea that we all as humans have feelings of discomfort, disappointment, and inadequacy we can begin to let go of feeling like victims and have real self-compassion which helps to interrupt the fear -anxiety-fear cycle! Quote: When we’re in touch with our common humanity, we remember that feelings of inadequacy and disappointment are universal. This is what distinguishes self-compassion from self-pity. While self-pity says “poor me,” self-compassion recognizes...


364: Your Relationship With Anxiety

How we look at and relate to anxiety had a profound impact on our stress levels. Today we consider bringing more compassion and acceptance to our daily dealings with Mr.Anxiety. Quote: Sometimes the door closes on a relationship, not because we failed but because something bigger than us says this no longer fits our life. So, lock the door, shed a tear, turn around and look for the new door that’s opened. It’s a sign that you’re no longer that person you were, it’s time to change into...


363: Health Anxiety

Gina takes a look at health anxiety and the challenge with the doctors not finding any physical disease or affliction. Learning that the mind is indeed causing these physical sensations is key in today's episode. Quote: Live in joy even though you have all the facts. -Mother Teresa To learn more go to: Join our Group Coaching Full or Mini Membership Program What is anxiety?


362: SAD and Anxiety

Seasonal Affective Disorder, SAD or simply the winter blues can exacerbate anxiety symptoms and sensations. Today Gina shares a number of ways to work around the lack of sun exposure in the winter months. Resources: Link to Dr. Mercola's article on SAD Quote: Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, and the word happy would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness. It is far better to take things as they come along with patience and...


361: Anxiety Exhaustion and Fatigue

Chronic anxiety and panic can be intertwined with exhaustion and fatigue. Listen in today to learn the role exhaustion and fatigue play in your anxiety. 3 Steps To Relieve Your Anxiety Fatigue 1) Get into a regular pattern of meditation and have good sleep hygiene 2) Eat real foods, avoid refined foods and sugar 3) Do an activity, such as going for a walk, something good for the body, which will help it get back to baseline -the exhaustion and fatigue can be a coping mechanism for the...


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