Joining me today on the Mindful Living Guide are two incredible guests, Laura Hilliard Brady and Amanda Ringrose.
In this episode, we delve into the topic of Resilience, healing and self-awareness, and boundaries. Our guests emphasize the importance of taking the time to reflect on ourselves and understand what’s truly important to us. They share their insights on the importance of setting boundaries and understanding that not everyone is going to have a good day. They mention techniques like zipping up and looking up to change one’s energy field, and the idea of sending love and kindness to others. Why gratitude is so important in shifting our vibrational energy.
Here are some key takeaways from this episode:
- Growth is a constant process, and everyone has the opportunity to grow every day.
- Our thoughts shape our beliefs and experiences.
- Affirmations with intention can change the energy behind them.
- People often struggle with their true identity.
- Kindness and love, including self-kindness, is important for overall well-being.
- Visualising sending love and kindness to yourself can help to build self-love.
- The power of Gratitude as well as setting boundaries.
- The course “Energy Resilience Workshop Leader”, the first ITECH accredited course awarded in Ireland.
As well as that all important question:
What does Mindful Living mean to you?
About our guests:
Laura Hilliard Brady is a licensed “Heal your life” workshop leader, holistic therapist, yoga teacher, rainbow yoga teacher, and past dancer with over 30 years of experience in the health industry. With a passion for mindfulness and the power of our words, Laura has attended over 1000 hours of courses and workshops to deepen her knowledge and understanding of topics such as the Polyvagal theory, Heart Math, TEB, EFT, and more. Laura has worked with companies and teams to help people tap into mindfulness, the law of attraction, spiritual growth, and the power of movement and breath.
Amanda Ringrose is a specialized relationship coach, mentor, and licensed social worker with over 30 years of experience in mentoring, teaching, and relationship dynamics. Amanda has worked with individuals and families, helping them emerge and transform their lives, and find their voice to forge a new space for themselves. Amanda’s approach introduces clients to the field of neuroscience, helping them navigate their internal systems and understand the impact of their relationship with themselves, which shows up in other areas of their lives.
I hope you find this episode as inspiring and educational as I did. If you want to learn more about Laura and Amanda’s business and their “Energy Resilience Workshop Leader” course, be sure to check out their website, www.mindbodyresilienceschool.com.
As always, thank you for tuning in to “The Mindful Living Guide.” We’ll be back next week with more insights and tips for living a mindful life. Until then, take care and be well.