In this episode, Sarah and her guest Emelda De Coteau, Mindfulness Coach, discuss the importance of taking a pause when you are met with difficulty and giving yourself compassion. So often situations cause us to spiral down emotionally and cause our nervous system to engage. These moments are a struggle for most of us. However, there are ways to pull yourself out of the darkness and lift yourself up when you need it most. Sarah and Emelda address the myths about why giving yourself grace can lower your productivity. These two mindfulness coaches speak about how to overcome the challenge of simply taking a pause and showing up for yourself. As well as, explain in detail what self-compassion is and how to practice it.
Emelda is a Certified Mindfulness Coach through Sarah's coaching program TSD Mindfulness Coach training and Certification: https://www.tsdmind.org/certification
Listen to Emelda De Coteau on The Aware Mind published February 10, 2023
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Download Sarah's 8-Minute Self-Compassion Exercises: https://tinyurl.com/28awbskp
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Online Book Club discussion TBA.
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This episode is a meditation for beginners, and mindfulness for beginners resource. Intermediate and advanced meditators will also benefit. The Aware Mind produces content that supports stress reduction, anxiety relief, better concentration and focus, and trauma healing.
The Aware Mind is produced by TSD Mindfulness, a virtual meditation center, offering mindfulness classes, certifications and private coaching for people with past trauma, anxiety and depression disorders, business leaders, and people who work in the helping professions (i.e. counselors, healers and yoga and meditation teachers).