Identifying & releasing deep held triggers

Identifying & releasing deep held triggers

Each of us have our own personal triggers. If you’re a client, I may have already shared with you, my own personal milestones over the last 6 months. For those who haven’t heard, I have been personally trying to give up sugar for the last 2 1/2 years. In the beginning I was stoked if I could go a whole day sugar free. When I could make it to day 3, the cravings seemed to reduce. That was until around day 8, when all of those cravings had joined together and hit me all at once.  Releasing this addiction has not been for the want of trying, let me tell you. But there were still a few sabotages in place, that were preventing me from reaching my goal.

6 months ago, I finally identified and cleared one of my major sabotages and just like that it was able to stop. Now honestly that first 3 weeks were hell on wheels, I still had cravings but at last I could manage them. As each week passed, the cravings reduced and my vibration lifted. I had so much more clarity, I was definitely more productive and the 17km up hill hike I did over our holiday, seemed so much easier.  At this stage I thought I was over the hump.

Then a couple of weeks ago, out of know where, I baked up a storm. I made chocolate slice, date slice, chocolate brownies and ice-cream had magically returned to the freezer. After I had finished baking the chocolate brownies, the bowl was just looking at me, and something just clicked, I honestly didn’t see it coming. Instantly the bowl was licked clean and the following day I found myself walking into the shed with a brownie in each hand. As I approached my wonderful husband, all I could say is “I am really struggling to say no to sugar again and I don’t know what happened”.

We sat down and went over the recent day’s events and establish when the cravings had returned. During this time, I was able to identify the exact trigger that had set me back (which upon reflection was a really big flipping trigger). He sat there and held space for me, allowing me the time to heal at a deeper level and transform this trigger into a gift. And just like that I have not been tempted since.

I understand it is really hard when you are in the moment, to try to transform your triggers into gifts. And sometimes it feels like you are going to have to carrying the burden with you for the rest of your life. But if you can find the strength to make contact with someone and allow yourself the time to heal in a supportive space, you will start to move forward leaving these unwanted triggers behind.

If you feel like you are being triggered, give me a call on 0409877745. I would love to support you on your healing journey.

Evie xx

Find the time to Reconnect

Find the time to Reconnect

So I re-read my last Monday’s post and took my own advice. Practitioner vitality is so important not just for the practitioner and her family but also for my beautiful clients. I was feeling a little disconnected, with bury your head in the sand type of emotions. I could identify this but needed some extra support to reconnect. So late last week I booked myself in with my mentor and friend and reconnected with every bit of myself. After an hour of Kinesiology I felt amazing, lighter and wanting to feel the sand in between my toes rather than feeling neck deep in it! It a sneaky pleasure when I get to nurture myself. Thank you for all of your positive feedback about your sessions, I love hearing your amazing changes. I hope you all have a fantastic week. Evie xx

How Do You Manage Stress?

How Do You Manage Stress?

Each of us have day to day stresses that we learn to adapt to. Some days we appear to manage them with a spring in our step, while other days we barely scrape through and hope that nobody notices. Then there are days that go beyond stressful. A visit from an over bearing relative that tips you over the edge, a test result you weren’t expecting or a financial stress that was never ever going to fit into the budget. These are the days that are truly challenging in themselves.

So my question is what techniques do you use after a highly stressful encounter? Are they Healthy techniques or do they involve a bottle of wine, a tub of ice-cream and a comfy bed?
For me, I am very lucky to be able to use all my Kinesiology skills and tools around me. My Crystals, Essential Oils, Flower Therapy, Crystal Bowls, Emotional- Vascular-Lymphatic points. Sometimes I have to use every trick in my book, but once the negative emotions are released I then start to feel lighter, happier and life seems a lot brighter. When I use these techniques with my clients in clinic, I love seeing their faces light up, they stand taller and their smiles are radiant. They walk out the door with confidence and clarity ready to take on the world. This is one of my favourite things about being a Kinesiologist.
If you find yourself having a beyond stressful day, walk outside without your shoes, smell a flower and take a minute to breathe deeply. Assess whether you can manage the situation by yourself or if you would like to be supported. Support can often be exactly what you need to help you to take the next step with confidence and ease. If you would like support give Evie a call on 0409877745.

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