The SELFHEALER SOUNDBOARD hosted by Dr. Nicole LePera author of the #1 New York Times Best Seller HOW TO DO THE WORK, creator of The Holistic Psychologist, and co-host Jenna Weakland, co-creator of The SelfHealer Circle. In this podcast, you’ll learn how to recognize your patterns, heal from your past, and create your Self.
Episode 10: Why feeling alone or disconnected from other people means you’re healing
In this episode, we talk about how trauma can impact our relationships with causing us to feel alone and disconnected from the world and others.
You’ll learn why spending time alone can help you grow and connect with your true self. And, why feeling disconnected from other people creates an opportunity for you to find healthier, more fulfilling relationships.
Episode 9: Why personal responsibility is key in healing
In this episode, we talk about personal responsibility as an empowering choice and how it can help you co-create the life you desire. You’ll learn why personal responsibility shifts the way you think, behave, and how it allows you to tell a new story about who you are.
Episode 8: What is self-sabotage
In this episode, we talk about what is self-sabotage, why we do it, and how to practice out of it. We discuss how self-sabotage stems from unworthiness, why we fall back into old patterns that do serve us, and the opportunity to cultivate conscious choices to help you align with your future self.
Episode 7: What is Self Love
In this episode, we talk about how to cultivate and strengthen a foundation of true self love. We discuss why the way you feel about yourself influences everything you do + how all of us have had an opportunity to learn to love ourselves.
Episode 6: How To Forgive
Description: In this episode, we talk about why forgiveness is for us, not the other person. We also talk about why forgiveness doesn’t excuse someone’s behavior and also doesn’t necessarily mean we allow them in our lives. Like all things, forgiveness is a journey.
Episode 5: How to Stop People Pleasing
In this episode, we talk about one of the most common trauma responses: fawning. Fawning is another word for people pleasing. Or believing other people “know better” than we do. We recently made a post on Instagram about people pleasing went viral, so we decided to break down how we learn this pattern, why it creates resentment + low self worth, and how we can take steps to start connecting to our inner knowing.
Recreate yourself with these podcastseries
The “work” in these podcast-series changed my life, as I now show up differently everyday at my partner, friends, family, work and most of all: at/for mySELF. The greatest lesson that I learned is that we are NOT our ego, our thoughts and our emotions. They just come and go (part of the human experience) and are just patterns to challenge (if they no longer serve you). Just sit with the ego/emotions, witness them and choose to respond which resonates the most with your authentic self - the new version of you. I now know which archetypes resonate with me + the patterns that comes along with = and that is where the work is. Remodel yourself and inspire others to do the same :-). Thanks Nicole and Jenna for this lifechanging ability to grow from new (scientific proven + holistic) perspectives.
Important conversations for healing together
A very helpful podcast, that is the perfect complement to the other works Jenna and Nicole do on instagram and in their online membership, and to the book of Nicole, How to do the Work. These conversations between these two brillant and honest humans explore and present helpful concepts of psychology through the case of their own lives and relationships and the ones of countless others that they have worked with and helped.
I have listenned to every episode many times but I must say I am particularly touched by the first episode of season two where they share the change that has happened in their relationship. This paves the way for continuing to have conversations on building relationships in a healthy and respectful ways; and since I guess very few of us have been modelled brave and honest relationships, this is priceless <3
Thanks Jenna and Nicole for your amazing work <3