100 episodes

Welcome to The Head Trash & Healing Show. My name is Alexia Leachman and I am the developer of Head Trash Clearance, a potent healing modality that clears triggers, traumas, conflicts and sabotage quickly and effectively so that you can achieve clarity, confidence & contentment in your life and work.

My goal with this podcast is to teach you how to create some head space by helping you to unpick what's blocking you and sharing some tips and how-to's for clearing it. Tune in every week as I share simple strategies to help you to achieve confidence and clarity in your life and business.

To find out how to clear your head trash quickly and effectively using Head Trash Clearance, pop over to www.clearyourheadtrash.com for more information and subscribe for head trash clearance tips and strategies, and self-healing resources

The Head Trash + Healing Show with Alexia Leachman Alexia Leachman

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 22 Ratings

Welcome to The Head Trash & Healing Show. My name is Alexia Leachman and I am the developer of Head Trash Clearance, a potent healing modality that clears triggers, traumas, conflicts and sabotage quickly and effectively so that you can achieve clarity, confidence & contentment in your life and work.

My goal with this podcast is to teach you how to create some head space by helping you to unpick what's blocking you and sharing some tips and how-to's for clearing it. Tune in every week as I share simple strategies to help you to achieve confidence and clarity in your life and business.

To find out how to clear your head trash quickly and effectively using Head Trash Clearance, pop over to www.clearyourheadtrash.com for more information and subscribe for head trash clearance tips and strategies, and self-healing resources

    Why Trauma Therapy is Failing

    Why Trauma Therapy is Failing

    In this episode of the Head Trash & Healing Show, I delve into the topic of trauma therapy and why common approaches often fall short. Join me as I share insights and a powerful metaphor to help you better understand the true approach to healing trauma.
    Key Discussion Points:
    - The limitations of traditional methods for healing trauma and the prevalence of unresolved trauma in many individuals.
    - A powerful metaphor of being struck by an arrow to illustrate the ineffective approach to trauma healing, highlighting the focus on superficial details rather than addressing the root cause.
    - The impact of unhealed trauma on one's behaviour, relationships, and self-perception, and the tendency to form alliances with others who share similar experiences.
    - The importance of addressing emotional baggage, blame, shame, and pain as part of the trauma healing process, emphasising the role of forgiveness and self-awareness.
    - Overlooking areas such as ancestral trauma and subconscious influences in the healing process, and the need to widen the scope of trauma exploration beyond the conscious mind.
    Who Is This Episode For:
    This episode is for people who have experienced trauma and are seeking a deeper understanding of why traditional trauma healing methods may not have been effective for them. Listeners struggling with unhealed trauma, behavioural adaptations due to trauma, and emotional challenges stemming from past wounds will find valuable insights in this episode. Those looking for a fresh perspective on trauma healing and the importance of addressing underlying emotional barriers will benefit from the discussion.

    • 20 min
    Healing by Accessing Unconscious Awareness, with Amanda Blau

    Healing by Accessing Unconscious Awareness, with Amanda Blau

    In this enlightening episode of 'Head Trash & Healing Show', host Alexia Leachman sits down with the profound Amanda Blau. Together, they delve into the enigmatic world of higher consciousness, human and soul perspectives, the power of acceptance and allowing oneself to feel, tracking change, and spiritual energy transchanneling. They also candidly touch on personal stories and explore the concept of past lives, bringing in a fresh and potent perspective to healing, acceptance, and power.
    Key Discussions:
    - Definition of consciousness and the exploration of Dr. David R Hawkins' "map of consciousness".
    - Distinction between the human and soul perspective.
    - The idea of learning lessons and soul contracts in life.
    - Embracing "darker" emotions and understanding the fear around opening up Pandora's box.
    - Amanda's perspective on releasing inner power and visualising to bring things into existence.
    - Tracking shifts in consciousness and Amanda's personal approach on the matter.
    - Alexia sharing her healing journey around fear of loss.
    - Amanda explaining acceptance and resistance in the context of personal healing.
    - The importance of acceptance, curiosity, and self-awareness in personal growth.
    - Discussion on "witch wound", particularly pertaining to women.
    - The concept of past lives and trauma in different lifetimes.
    This episode is particularly eye-opening for those struggling with recurring emotional patterns, difficulty in awareness, acceptance, and change. If you've ever felt stuck in your growth and healing journey, are battling fear of your inner power, or feel the urge to understand consciousness and its role in your life better, then this episode is a must-listen. It invites you to challenge your belief systems, feel your emotions, visualise your existence, and lean into acceptance, hence guiding you towards a more profound, empathetic, and empowered self.

    • 58 min
    Setting Boundaries: Overcoming People-Pleasing with Melissa Mahon

    Setting Boundaries: Overcoming People-Pleasing with Melissa Mahon

    Join me, Alexia Leachman, in an energising conversation with Melissa as we comb through the uncomfortable snarls of people-pleasing, all in this episode of the Head Trash & Healing Show.
    In this episode, we go deep into understanding the roots and repercussions of being a people-pleaser. If you're finding yourself always saying yes when you mean no, feel burdened with an unnecessary sense of obligation, or struggle with setting personal boundaries, this conversation is especially for you.
    We share informative and impactful insights about:
    - The relationship between boundaries, self-care, and people-pleasing
    - Strategies on dealing with workplace pressures and work-life balance
    - Mindful strategies to handle reactions from superiors and colleagues when setting boundaries
    - The systematic transformation process from being a people-pleaser to a self-assured personality
    - The role of much-needed 'selfishness' and comparison of treatment towards self and others
    - The paramount importance of self-awareness and authenticity
    - Facing resistance to change and fear of the unknown
    - The negative impact of people-pleasing habits on personal relationships
    Bright-eyed listeners, willingly caught in the people-pleasing trap, will benefit significantly from this episode.
    If you're looking to replace transactional interactions with real connections and revamp your work-life dynamics, then you've landed on the right episode.
    This episode will elicit a change, urging you to break free from the chains of over-accommodation and help you embark on a journey of self-discovery.
    Let's reinforce your identity, gear up your self-confidence and more importantly, learn to say 'no.'

    • 51 min
    The Impact of Mental and Physical Clutter Explained by Declutter Coach Susie

    The Impact of Mental and Physical Clutter Explained by Declutter Coach Susie

    Today, we delve into the impact of clutter, both physical and emotional, on our lives and feelings of inner peace. I'm thrilled to have with us professional declutter coach Susie, who shares insights from her work helping clients tackle their emotional, mental, and even physical clutter. We discuss the pitfalls of retail therapy, the potential emotional impact of clutter in different areas at home, and the connection between clutter and unmet needs, often labelled lazily. We chat about reframing laziness as self-compassion and self-care and touch on spiritual decluttering, the importance of recalibrating values, and making conscious choices. This episode also explores the emotions tied to clothing and why letting go can be so difficult. Whether you're hanging onto physical items, or battling emotional baggage, today's chat with Susie is sure to shed light on the path to decluttering and alignment. Do stick around for this enlightening episode - there's a lot to unpack, quite literally!
     

    • 47 min
    Turning Your Quirks into Success: How to be Crazy Successful with John Williams

    Turning Your Quirks into Success: How to be Crazy Successful with John Williams

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Gen Z Anxiety with Dr Lauren Cook

    Gen Z Anxiety with Dr Lauren Cook

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

VLB78 ,

Fantastic

Great podcast with an insightful host. Really enjoyed the episode Introverts and Extroverts.

Janet Murray ,

Great podcast!

I recently discovered this podcast and it is making me feel much calmer already, My favourite episode is the one about coping with rejection and I love Alexia’s simple techniques for calming all that noise in your brain. Brilliant!

Gemsibear ,

Awesome!

Love how real and down to earth Alexia is, deals with real issues and is very honest. Haven't tried the 5 step method as yet but actually knowing it's there and that I have a strategy to help sort my head out is really comforting!

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