Release Triggers & Trauma

Why continue to struggle as a slave to your difficult emotions? … and at wit’s end with the anxiety, the depression, the anger, sadness, and/or self-doubt that may be ruling your world and keeping you stuck and in a state of emotional pain?

I assure you that you don’t have to live like this

Learn to tame your difficult emotions

When you get to know your body like it’s your best friend, learn to listen and talk to yours as if it’s a trusted confidante and allow yours to teach you about emotional freedom – you’ll be unstoppable. 

I love this approach to reclaiming control over your emotions. And making them work for you. It’s nearly unbelievable – but true … seeing your difficult emotions as your allies. I want you to experience this remarkable approach.

I have more I want to share with you in this video…

Social anxiety? I got you covered! 

I know what it’s like to feel anxious – back in the day, I lived with anxiety for decades. Crippling anxiety actually, and it was particularly overwhelming in social settings, where I would perceive everyone around me as superior, telling myself that I was unworthy to be there and out of place.

The cultural shift from pills to psychedelics

Take a pill and feel better! As Westerners that’s what we’ve been conditioned to do. No muss, no fuss! Just take the pill and be done with it! Of course, as we know for these “mood managing”medications, the trade-off is side effects. The side effect reported to me most frequently is the narrowing of the whole emotional spectrum.

My pivot to cannabis & spirituality

“Oh no, microdosing psilocybin won’t do a thing for me!” he exclaimed, in total disbelief during our initial discovery session. He went on to tell me he was wrestling with grief and depression from his partner dying a couple of years ago and trauma from an abusive childhood. “I need something stronger to knock all that out!” he declared. 

In our take-a-pill-and-feel-better culture, people just want relief by taking that pill – or a whole bunch of them. Of course, if that was an approach that worked, we wouldn’t have an epidemic of anxiety, depression and despair in our Western world.

Why psilocybin alone isn’t enough

“Oh no, microdosing psilocybin won’t do a thing for me!” he exclaimed, in total disbelief during our initial discovery session. He went on to tell me he was wrestling with grief and depression from his partner dying a couple of years ago and trauma from an abusive childhood. “I need something stronger to knock all that out!” he declared. 

In our take-a-pill-and-feel-better culture, people just want relief by taking that pill – or a whole bunch of them. Of course, if that was an approach that worked, we wouldn’t have an epidemic of anxiety, depression and despair in our Western world.

Your Emotions: How to listen to them

Is it just me or do you also see a lot of people wrestling with anxiety (maybe you included)? The formal statistic is that about 18% of our population is affected by some form of anxiety – although those are the ones medically diagnosed.