Seven weeks to inner peace and harmony
Just because life can seem a little sticky and gooey, it doesn't mean that you have to stay stuck in the treacle!
Are you worried, stressed, or super stressed and is anxiety biting you on the bum faster than a speeding train?
Our world seems to be more chaotic than ever before.
So many people are feeling irritable, tired, grumpy, anxious, overwhelmed, fearful, demotivated, and downright fed up.
Perhaps some of these are cropping up?
- You might be feeling low, fed up, naffed off or stressed out
- Old stuff is coming up to bite you on the bum and it won't go away
- Your breathing is affecting your every day actions
- You are not sleeping properly
- Your head if full of constant fearful thoughts
- Tired all of the time
- Your eating is erratic and often emotional
- Your mood swings are getting to you and affecting you daily
- Excessive worrying and catastrophising
- Agitated and restless
- Can't concentrate and you have no motivation
- You avoid social situations and isolate
And right now you have tried all kinds of things to chill or calm your overthinking mind.
So far, nothing seems to work. You feel trapped and in an endless cycle of mithering and overthinking. The biscuit barrel looks ever more inviting as a safe space to hide.
Taking care of your mental health is vital to your wellbeing.
The Stats according to:
Mind UK, write that in any given week 6 in 100 people are suffering from generalised anxiety disorder
Adaa.org, tell us that 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18.1% of the population every year are affected by anxiety
All most of us want is to be happy to be us and find a place of peace and contentment within.
Yet, many of us are plagued with worrying thoughts. Some of these are constant, some crop up when triggered by something, and some even show up in your dreams. Your anxiety will show up as a range of symptoms which are unique to you. Yes, they may seem the same as others, but how you experience life is never the same as someone else.
When anxiety shows up, it is an invitation to pause, take a note of where we are and to assess what we need. What might you notice about your thoughts, emotions, physical body and your behaviour?
Anxiety, in itself, isn’t the biggest part of the problem. The problem is when it stops you in your tracks from doing something that could otherwise enrich your life.
A self-paced online course - Seven weeks to inner peace and harmony
Enrol in Overcoming Anxiety and give yourself the gift of a practical toolkit that will support you at all times of the day
Learn practical strategies for managing generalised anxiety
This course will give you practical day to day strategies that you can use in the moment. The toolkit gives you ideas for starting your day, during the day, into the evening and at bedtime. We also look at self-love and goal setting so that you can move forward in a super positive way.
This is what’s in the course
Learning how to manage your thoughts, emotions, physical body, and behaviour will enable you to better understand you. From here, you will be able to make changes that bring you peace, contentment and sense that you are happy to be you. In this seven week course, I'm inviting you to schedule in 10-20 minutes each day to take one of the lectures. This is what you will be doing:
Week one – Understanding stress and anxiety
This week you will start to raise your awareness. Do the PH balance of experiences exercise and use this to notice what acid and alkalising experiences you have in a typical week.
Week two to three - Thoughts, emotions, physical body and your behaviour
Spend this next two weeks learning more about your thoughts, emotions, physical body and your behaviour.
Week four – The Chakras and your energy
This is possibly something new to you and will certainly raise your awareness to how your energy affects everything. This week is taking your time to become more aware of what is going on and looking at possible roots and pathways. Use the chakras to bring some balance to your life.
Weeks five to seven – Practicing the toolkit
The next few weeks are all about practising the toolkit and making sure you have ways to start your day well, tools to call on during the day and a way to end the day with inner peace.
28 Day introduction to journaling
Just in case journaling has eluded you and you have found it a struggle. This course has been designed to help you to kickstart your journaling habit.
Working with your heart
Once the course is over. This bonus workbook - Working with your heart is a series of ideas and tools to enable you to practice self-love, kindness and compassion to yourself and is a lovely way to move forward.
Your best year
And finally your last bonus, your best year workbook - this is setting goals and moving forward
Enrol in Overcoming Anxiety and take advantage of our payment plan
Do you feel like you are falling apart?
Life is not really falling apart. Life goes in cycles where we often feel like everything is going wrong and and then coming back together - stronger and wiser.
Each time you learn more about you and are much better equipped for the next transition period.
Healing comes from allowing yourself space to breathe.
It is in the spaces that we find wisdom.
The truth is that is ok to fall apart, be messy, scream and cry. It's normal to worry, get stressed and feel anxious. Right now more than ever, more of us are feeling it!
So, no more sucking it up and putting on a brave face. Come and join me in Overcoming Anxiety and learn some great tools to support you as you navigate your day.
Imagine what it might feel like if your were able to...
- Call on a tool to use in the moment as you need it, so that you can navigate your day
- Become emotionally intelligent and understand how to work with your thoughts, feelings and emotions
- Feel more confident in challenging situations
I am an Intuitive Life Coach, Writer, Author and who works with my clients to support them to make lasting change through the healing power of writing, journaling and working with the energy of the chakras.
I am your friend and guide who walks with you as you write your way home.
I live in the hills with my two rescue dogs - Marley Moo and Angel.