What thoughts am I sending out into the Universe?

Memorial Day weekend has afforded me greater reflection in thought and spirit to all those who have fallen, and for those who still carry on despite life's challenges.

I was fortunate enough to be a recent guest on The Autoimmune Hour podcast hosted by Sharon Sayler, MBA, PCC. It's estimated that 1 in 5 people in the United States has an autoimmune disorder, which is roughly about 20% of the population. From Celiac disease, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Type 1 diabetes to Lupus, living with an autoimmune disease can be a difficult cross to bear especially when there seems to be very little cure in sight.

As a stage 3 cancer survivor, I share with Sharon how to harness the “three brains” - head 🧠, heart 💓, and gut 🤰, plus two skills I cultivated during my four-month recovery: open-mindedness and knowing my "why."

I also share the following key points:

Treat your body as a stranger for greater success

Stop living in your head and your emotions

Be present for and with yourself and the healing power of "the now"

Move beyond auto-pilot and take charge of your healing, plus much more…

Take a listen to the short video snippet:

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Every Monday morning at 10 AM EST I will post a powerful prompt which can also be synced to your smartphone calendar here and follow it wherever it leads. The aim is to resource all "three brains" — head 🧠, heart 💓, and gut 🤰 — in hopes of connecting the dots to those sticky parts in our nature that matter.