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98. If You're Struggling to "Let Go"...

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This week on the podcast, I'll be unpacking the notion of letting go and the role it plays in our healing journey.

We will explore different stages of dealing with challenging experiences and how to create a sense a safety and security inside fo ourselves.

Topics covered:

- What does "let go" actually mean?

- When + how letting go and surrendering be healthy

- Some ways in which we can ease anxiety and create security in our nervous system

- Mindful practices for the healing journey

- How our past can teach us lessons and help us move forward

and more...


Happy listening!


G x


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genangela.com

Apple + Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themindfulpsychshow/message

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