Your own kind of wonderful
EP 7 - Journaling as creative self-discovery with Hannah Braime

EP 7 - Journaling as creative self-discovery with Hannah Braime

March 1, 2018

‘When you write, there is an act of slowing down. When we slow down our thoughts, it can help provide us clarity.’ Hannah Braime In this month’s episode of Your own kind of wonderful, my guest Hannah Braime, talks about Journaling and its ability to help us discover who we are. Hannah introduces us to what Journaling is, how powerful it can be and suggests some techniques to get us started. The resistances to starting this practice, such as time, our inner critic and privacy, are all approached with great clarity and Hannah’s personal experience and wonderful passion for this subject will inspire you to introduce Journaling in your life. Hannah Braime is a creative coach and author who writes about personal growth and creativity. She is the author of 'The Ultimate Guide to Journaling,' 'From Coping to Thriving: How to Turn Self-Care Into a Way of Life,' and 'The Year of You: 365 Journal Writing Prompts for Creative Self-Discovery.' Hannah is the founder of Becoming Who You Are, where she shares practical psychology-based articles and resources on creating a full and meaningful life with greater courage, compassion, and creativity. You can find more information about Hannah at: www.becomingwhoyouare.net Facebook https://www.facebook.com/becomingwhoyouare Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/hannahbraime

EP 6 - Letting go of anxiety as a lifestyle with Emma Gosling

EP 6 - Letting go of anxiety as a lifestyle with Emma Gosling

February 1, 2018

“We all have it in us to improve our life, it’s just knowing how to do it.” Emma Gosling In this month’s episode of Your own kind of wonderful, my guest Emma Gosling talks openly about anxiety and negative thoughts. Using her own personal viewpoint and professional experience, Emma delves into what anxiety is and offers strategies to help combat it. With great insight into negative thoughts and how they affect us, the podcast reveals how much of a role the subconscious plays in the process. If you suffer from symptoms of anxiety, would like to understand where they come from and how you can manage them, then this is the podcast for you. Emma is a Marisa Peer trained Rapid Transformational Therapist specializing in freeing people from anxiety and lack of self-belief. Emma strongly believes that the key to emotional and mental wellbeing starts with reactivating the beliefs that we are good enough, lovable and worthy; beliefs that we are all born with but which become overridden by our life experiences as we grow. You can find more information about Emma at: http://www.rtthealing.com/ Facebook https://en-gb.facebook.com/rtthealing/ Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/emma_rtt

EP 5 - Finding your path to self-acceptance with Patty Stiles

EP 5 - Finding your path to self-acceptance with Patty Stiles

December 25, 2017

“We all deserve forgiveness and compassion and second chances. Love will always win.” Patty Stiles In this month’s episode of Your own kind of wonderful, my guest, Patty Stiles, talks about self-acceptance and being who you are. Discussing self-compassion, mindfulness and even grief, Patti talks with honesty and clarity on how you can find a path to accepting yourself as you are and stepping into your greatness. Drawing on work by Brene Brown and Byron Katie, this episode, along with a compassionate meditation will help you find your path to self-acceptance. Patty is a Marisa Peer trained Rapid Transformational Therapy Practitioner and Conflict Management Coach, and finds that self-acceptance and self-compassion are pivotal in recognising or waking up to who we really are. You can find more information about Patty at: https://www.marisapeer.com/therapists/peaceful-resolution-center-ltd-usa-online-407-patty-stiles/

EP 4 - Uncover your true purpose with Lightworker Fi Feehan

EP 4 - Uncover your true purpose with Lightworker Fi Feehan

December 1, 2017

“The essence of your purpose is what you contribute to the world.” Fi Feehan In this month’s episode of Your own kind of wonderful, my guest, Fi Feehan, goes deep into exploring and explaining what purpose is. Fi highlights how purpose isn’t just what you do – it is what you Be. Fi has a truly unique way of helping people to reveal the light that they may be hiding. In this episode she guides you, with compassion and gentleness, through a wonderful exercise that allows you to uncover and find your way back to your true purpose. Fi is a guide to those who desire to live a life of inner peace, contentment and balance whilst experiencing joy and moments of bliss. Fi has a mission that everyone has the right to live in resourceful state which drives her to serve her community by making accessible strategies, techniques and ways of thinking that can transform lives. Fi's learning, understanding and personal experience is key in her supporting others to remove the barriers that prevent them from living the life they desire. Fi's community is broad. She tends to work with business owners, entrepreneurs and those living with challenging emotional states. Fi’s curiosity and love of learning has led her to deepen her knowledge in human behaviour with a particular focus on positive psychology, neuroscience and mindfulness. You can find more information about Fi on her website: www.fifeehan.com And on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fifeehan/

EP 3 - BREAKING THE MYTHS OF SELF-ESTEEM WITH RACHEL JANE COOKE

EP 3 - BREAKING THE MYTHS OF SELF-ESTEEM WITH RACHEL JANE COOKE

October 31, 2017

“Self-esteem is the basic underlying feeling that you are acceptable, you are good enough, you are OK, you have the ability to learn you are deserving of happiness. From that comes fulfilment.” Rachel Jane Cooke Self-esteem is in the spotlight in this months episode of Own kind of wonderful. Self-esteem expert Rachel Jane Cooke focuses in on breaking the myths around the subject as well as really clarifying what self-esteem is, why it is important and the consequences of low self-esteem. Ways to improve your self-esteem is also on offer. And if you haven't heard about the Millennial Life Crisis - this is the place to find out what it is. Rachel Jane Cooke is a therapist, coach and speaker who specialises in self-esteem, resilience and the Third Life Crisis. She has spent the last seven years working with individuals and couples, running an online therapy platform and giving talks and workshops. She has a focus on neuroscience, holds a Master's degree in Integrative Psychotherapy and is also trained in NLP, mindfulness meditation, hypnotherapy and EFT - Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples. At 32 Rachel has lived around the world and visited over 50 countries. She's started three businesses and worked in various challenging environments. She is most passionate about helping people develop confidence, courage, creativity and wholeheartedness, which she believes anyone can realise with the right knowledge, practice and support. You can find Rachel at her websites http://p-therapy.com/ and http://www.racheljanecooke.com/

EP 2 - VULNERABILITY AND SHOWING UP WITH YOUR OWN TRUTH WITH ANNE-MARIE WICKHAM

EP 2 - VULNERABILITY AND SHOWING UP WITH YOUR OWN TRUTH WITH ANNE-MARIE WICKHAM

October 2, 2017

“There are no bad parts, there’s the good parts to you and then there’s things you need to learn.” Anne-Marie Wickham In this month’s episode of Your own kind of wonderful, my guest, Anne-Marie Wickham, talks openly and honestly about vulnerability and showing up with your own authentic truth about your past and who you are. Anne-Marie talks about her experiences in foster care, some of her darkest moments, what has kept her moving forward and how she today knows that she deserves happiness. She says her strength is her curiosity for life. Anne-Marie is a true inspiration and a woman with a big heart and loving personality. Anne-Marie Wickham, is a Master NLP Practitioner, Master Clinical Hypnotherapist, and a Life, Education and family Coach. She currently works as a family contact facilitator for children separated from their families. She delivers empowerment and confidence coaching to young people in pupil referral units, schools and individually in their homes. She specializes in helping children and adults to build on their resources to empower them to move past trauma positively through coaching and hypnotherapy. You can find more information about Anne-Marie on her website: http://essex-hypnotherapist.com And on social media: Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/Essex-Hypnotherapist-2144729982419938/ ​Twitter- https://twitter.com/AnnieWickham21 Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/essexhypnotherapist/

EP 1 - LIVE IN ALIGNMENT WITH YOUR HIGHEST TRUTH WITH GUEST SONYA KAUR

EP 1 - LIVE IN ALIGNMENT WITH YOUR HIGHEST TRUTH WITH GUEST SONYA KAUR

September 1, 2017

High performance coach Sonya Kaur talks about her life learnings and inspiring journey to becoming a successful coach. She shares her story with incredible honesty and openness so that the listener can find courage to live in alignment with their own highest truth. In addition Sonya talks about her inspiration and vision for SoulFit and her upcoming book 'Take the Call' which is a guide for you to honour your true soul calling. Sonya is a Certified High Performance Coach, Master Practitioner of NLP and practitioner of Rapid Transformational Therapy. She is the founder and owner of SoulFit – a High Performance based business focused on extracting innovative and pioneering tools, concepts and habits from experts in all fields connected to the mind, body and soul. Her client base consists of people from all walks of life from all over the world including America, Canada, Australia, Denmark, and Saudi Arabia to name a few, whom she works with on a one to one basis through High Performance Coaching. In addition, Sonya runs a monthly membership programme teaching High Performance habits and tools to her members, live. Follow Sonya on Instagram: soul.fit.official

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