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.