46 episodes

Nourish Heal Connect podcast is a series of guided meditations, inspiring stories and conversations to inspire and empower you to live your best life.If you are a woman looking to feel confident, empowered and peaceful as you deal with life’s challenges and live a happy, healthy life then this podcast is for you. This podcast will provide you with the necessary tools to help you increase your level of self awareness, practise self compassion and prioritise self care without guilt so that you can embrace the life you were meant to live.

Nourish Heal Connect Anindita

    • Health & Fitness
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Nourish Heal Connect podcast is a series of guided meditations, inspiring stories and conversations to inspire and empower you to live your best life.If you are a woman looking to feel confident, empowered and peaceful as you deal with life’s challenges and live a happy, healthy life then this podcast is for you. This podcast will provide you with the necessary tools to help you increase your level of self awareness, practise self compassion and prioritise self care without guilt so that you can embrace the life you were meant to live.

    NHC # 46 Scheduling made simple for busy women

    NHC # 46 Scheduling made simple for busy women

    Join our free, private FB group "Healing from within with Anindita" and get regular updates, information and inspiration which will simplify long term health creation. There are also weekly LIVE coaching sessions every Wednesday at 12 pm IST to help you make progress and answer any questions that you may have  Click here to joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/healingfromwithinwithanindita/?ref=share 

    • 11 min
    NHC # 45 3 effective ways to snap out of procrastination by taking care of your emotional health

    NHC # 45 3 effective ways to snap out of procrastination by taking care of your emotional health

    When I ask what stops women from taking care of themselves emotionally, physically and spiritually on a consistent basis, I often hear this answer first“I dont have enough time!”The second reason that I hear is the I am too “Lazy” or “I tend to procrastinate”It is this second aspect that I am going to focus on in today's episode.As a way of teaching women how to take better care of their health, I have come to realise that this is a major issue for many women. And for the vast majority of women, it stems from a place of not being very equipped to deal with emotions.You see, when you are trying out something new or moving towards the goals that you have set for yourself or simply desire something, there is often discomfort. And since most of us have never been taught how to deal with this emotional discomfort, we tend to put off doing those things that would allow us to lead a life where we could fulfil our dreams. Infact, there are so many productivity apps available to us today, one would think that procrastination should not be an issue at all for most people. However, this could not be further from the truth.Research shows that a lot of what we tend to call laziness and/procrastination can actually be because of an emotional problem rather than a time management issue.Listen to the full episode to learn more about why procrastination is more of an emotional problem rather than a time management problem.Join our free, private FB group "Healing from within with Anindita" and get regular updates, information and inspiration which will simplify long term health creation. There are also weekly LIVE coaching sessions every Wednesday at 12 pm IST to help you make progress and answer any questions that you may have  Click here to joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/healingfromwithinwithanindita/?ref=share 

    • 23 min
    NHC #44 The best way to manage stress is not to reduce or avoid it, here are 3 reasons why

    NHC #44 The best way to manage stress is not to reduce or avoid it, here are 3 reasons why

    Latest research shows that stress is not all bad or harmful for you. The right kind of stress can make you grow smarter, stronger, and learn and grow. It can also inspire you to find meaning in your life and build social connections. This is in sharp contrast to what we usually read or hear about stress. In this session, I share with you1:13 All stress is not bad or harmful1:41 A new definition of "stress" which will help you to see the good in it3:54 Stress is more harmful in some scenarios than others5:35 Stress can help you rise to a challenge in your life6:26 Stress can help you expand your social network7:14 Stress helps you to learn and grow7:45 3 reasons why stress is good for you8:31 It is helpful to acknowledge when you are feeling stressed9:20 Why you should welcome "stress" and notice the underlying motivation11:00 Embracing the "good" in stress does not mean ignoring what is harmfulJoin our free, private FB group "Healing from within with Anindita" and get regular updates, information and inspiration which will simplify long term health creation. There are also weekly LIVE coaching sessions every Wednesday at 12 pm IST to help you make progress and answer any questions that you may have  Click here to joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/healingfromwithinwithanindita/?ref=share 

    • 13 min
    NHC# 43 Why "extraordinary" mothering is a powerful act of self care

    NHC# 43 Why "extraordinary" mothering is a powerful act of self care

    "Extraordinary" mothering is a powerful act of self care... Here's whyWomen are natural caregivers and are usually the primary caregivers in their families. However, often without realising we end up overgiving and run on empty without giving ourselves some respite. We then start feeling resentful of our responsibilities and feel demotivated and stressed. Let me start by asking you a question-“What do you feel deprived of right now in your life?”In what ways are you starving yourself from living a fulfilling and meaningful life?Do you feel deprived of • Good company?• More me time?• More quality sleep?• A creative outlet or a hobby?Only when you are able to pin point this, will you be able to take some action.- courage to face this truth.In this session, I share with you 3 reasons why self care is a courageous and radical act of love for most women2:55 Women's conditioning to be a giver can lead to "overgiving"5:08 Why prioritising your own needs is your responsibility6:03 What do you feel deprived of right now?8:18 We are not taught how to respect and appreciate ourselves8:55 Why many women lose their sense of "self" and "identity"11:06 Why we have to go against conventional norms to be healthy12:39 Why good health is NOT about "diet" and "exercise"15:15 Self care is an act of extraordinary motheringJoin our free, private FB group "Healing from within with Anindita" and get regular updates, information and inspiration which will simplify long term health creation. There are also weekly LIVE coaching sessions every Wednesday at 12 pm IST to help you make progress and answer any questions that you may have  Click here to joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/healingfromwithinwithanindita/?ref=share 

    • 17 min
    NHC #42 How self compassion can increase motivation by helping you embrace your imperfect self

    NHC #42 How self compassion can increase motivation by helping you embrace your imperfect self

    A moment of self-compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life. — CHRISTOPHER K. GERMERI recently did a survey to find out where women needed the most support in terms of emotional self care and one response came up again and again- feeling demotivated. There can be many different reasons why we feel demotivated in terms of emotional, spiritual, or physical origins.But before I go any further I want to dispel one myth that many of us have about motivating ourselves - that by criticizing ourselves and pushing harder we can motivate ourselves when we feel like giving up or when we are lagging behind.Self criticism is not an effective motivator, self compassion is! Our self criticism tends to make us less confident and become afraid of failure. On the other hand, if we are compassionate towards ourselves, we are able to keep moving forward even when we stumble, not because we are any less capable but because we care about ourselves and give ourselves grace.1:08 Why self criticism as a motivation tool is a myth3:16 Your inner critic is not your friend!4:13 I SHOULD....how often do you "should" yourself?6:34 Why we need to redefine "perfection"!8:11 We are beautiful, flawed and "whole" all at the same time9:51 How embracing our imperfect ourselves helps motivate usAccepting imperfection and practicing self compassionOnce you start accepting your “imperfect” self, you are more likely to see yourself as a “whole” human being rather than a sum of all the discrete parts. Mistakes and failures, challenges are an inevitable part of our lives and once we are able to accept this as a fact, we are motivated to take charge of our lives. We are then able to assess what went wrong, focus on a solution and get on with our lives.In other words, we are free to operate from a place of “We are all trying to do the best that we can” and are able to appreciate and celebrate every tiny bit of progress that we make. Also, by learning how to be kind to ourselves we are able to stop criticizing ourselves for our flaws and mistakes and become comfortable with being “good enough”. Join our free, private FB group "Healing from within with Anindita" and get regular updates, information and inspiration which will simplify long term health creation. There are also weekly LIVE coaching sessions every Wednesday at 12 pm IST to help you make progress and answer any questions that you may have  Click here to joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/healingfromwithinwithanindita/?ref=share 

    • 14 min
    NHC #41 3 steps to cultivate a compassionate response to manage stress

    NHC #41 3 steps to cultivate a compassionate response to manage stress

    Why it doesn't really matter whether you feel stressed due to a real or imaginary threat...In this session, I share with you1:48  Self criticism and shame is often how we respond 3:05 How we move from "I am feeling bad" to "I am bad" 4:48  "Fight or flight" mode as a stress response6:03 Awareness and compassion for difficult emotions is important7:30 "May I give myself all the compassion that I need" 8:45 Intentional breathing to help you manage your stress response11:55 Box breathing to calm yourself 14:40 Caring deeply without burning out16:28 Caring for others without losing ourselves17:40 3 steps to cultivate a more compassionate response to stress18:57 Sign up for my brand new course "Boost your emotional health: Build your radical self care practice"19:40 Why self care is a radical act for most womenJoin our free, private FB group "Healing from within with Anindita" and get regular updates, information and inspiration which will simplify long term health creation. There are also weekly LIVE coaching sessions every Wednesday at 12 pm IST to help you make progress and answer any questions that you may have  Click here to joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/healingfromwithinwithanindita/?ref=share 

    • 15 min

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I really enjoy Anindita’s pod cast. I have only heard few of them so far but it resonates closely with how I feel at the time. Her words, her tone sets a pace for me that instantly calms me down and helps me connect with my inner self. I have found her pod casts to be rejuvenating and relaxing.

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