This Free eBook serves as an introduction to holistic wellness, diving deep into the following topics:
An overview of holistic health
Transformation through low moods and overwhelm
Healthy Eating and Loving your body
A guide to healthy Loving relationships
Healing the abandonment wound
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On transformation through low moods and overwhelm
Whether low moods & overwhelm are something you experience occasionally or on a regular basis, they're something we all experience, and get in the way of us functioning to our best in the world we live in. Sometimes leaving us feeling like there's something inherently wrong with us. To be able to manage, navigate, and effectively expression all emotions, happy and sad, is something we should all be taught in school - yet we're not - so it is up to each and everyone to prioritise our happiness and wellbeing so that we can show up more effectively in the world, and in turn pass it down for future generations. If for nothing else, for us not to feel like we're totally lost, overwhelmed and out of control.
On healthy eating & loving your body
It's easy to become mildly obsessed about or physical appearance, it's easy to fall into the trap of being overly controlling or judgmental about we do and don't eat. Maybe you keep trying different diets, but sooner or later you come off them and find yourself back at square one. Or maybe the diets work but even so you find yourself resenting the body you live in - it's never enough. Maybe food and your body has taken over your life and it's all you think about. Or maybe you find your dietary restrictions are impacting your social life. Maybe it's just on a small scale, or a maybe it's more regular, but ultimately life is for living, and not for worrying about how we look and what we eat all the time.
The vast majority of us have some sort of misconstrued perception of our body, and a strange relationship with food. It's normal, but it's not sustainable.
On healthy loving relationships
Do you find yourself repeating the same patterns in relationships? Where things seem great to begin with, and then everything goes to sh*t. Maybe you never feel like you're good enough, or maybe your partners don't treat you with the love you deserve. Maybe you have problems with jealousy, or perhaps they're always overly jealous. Relationships come in a whole variety of shapes and forms.
Yet there are many ways we can set ourselves up to have healthier relationships. To have more success in relations. There is the perfect partner for you out there, but the way to find him/her starts with the inner work - it starts with you.
On the abandonment wound
The abandonment wound can show up in many different ways. Whether we find ourselves pushing people away for fear of being hurt, being extra needy because we're afraid of being abandoned, feelings of worthlessness, people pleasing, etc. The overriding root cause is that we didn't receive the love we needed as a child, so we learn to compensate for that in different ways. That lack of love then leaves a mark on who we are now. But we can change that, if we do the inner work of exploring where it comes from and do a variety of practices to help us rewire our brain and habits, we can live much more fulfilling lives and have much more fulfilling relationships, all you have to do is say yes.