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Thriving After Addiction is a guide to happiness. Everyone has some kind of addiction and this show gives practical tips and guidance on how to feel better quickly as well as work through any deep belief systems that may be a barrier to feeling joy and peace in life. Erin Colleen Geraghty, author, yoga therapist, and certified life coach uses yoga, meditation, life coaching, and nutrition as the pillars to help you find happiness, love, and peace.

Thriving After Addiction Erin Geraghty

    • Alternative Health
    • 4.8, 126 Ratings

Thriving After Addiction is a guide to happiness. Everyone has some kind of addiction and this show gives practical tips and guidance on how to feel better quickly as well as work through any deep belief systems that may be a barrier to feeling joy and peace in life. Erin Colleen Geraghty, author, yoga therapist, and certified life coach uses yoga, meditation, life coaching, and nutrition as the pillars to help you find happiness, love, and peace.

    Finding Your Passion and Pursuing It

    Finding Your Passion and Pursuing It

    In this episode Erin talks about finding your passion and pursuing it. When you find it, it ignites you as a powerful force and the intro to this podcast says it all. Be brave, pursue what you love.  The most powerful force on earth is a human soul on fire You have a deep ache in your soul for something ... Read More

    • 25 min
    TAA199 Meditation for Releasing Abusive Beliefs

    TAA199 Meditation for Releasing Abusive Beliefs

    In this meditation, Erin guides us how to create safety, compassion, and start planting seeds of love within. This meditation helps those who have been in abusive relationships with themselves or others, start to adopt beliefs that at our core, we are valuable, enough, and worthy of love. We must create a safe space or love before we can release ... Read More

    • 18 min
    TAA198 Meditation for Finding Trust and Faith Again

    TAA198 Meditation for Finding Trust and Faith Again

    In this meditation, Erin guides you to find trust and faith that may be buried so deep you forget that it is within you. By reconnecting with that space of peace and universe within, we can start to shed what we are not. We can choose to let go of doubt and fear and find peace and trust that we ... Read More

    • 12 min
    TAA197 Meditation for Post Traumatic Stress from a Break Up

    TAA197 Meditation for Post Traumatic Stress from a Break Up

    In this meditation, Erin guides you through the accumulated stress and trauma from a break up. Ending a relationship is never easy and many times we replay the arguments in our heads and add to our suffering. By grieving and releasing the past projection of ourselves, we can find peace within. We can start to heal so we don’t take ... Read More

    • 16 min
    TAA196 Self Care Pro Tips

    TAA196 Self Care Pro Tips

    Today’s episode is a special live recording Erin did for Self Care Saturday which was an online event promoting wellness.  Erin goes over the most practical self-care tools in her arsenal and does an emotional journeying to access and release stuck energy. Enjoy. Namaste  Reach out Erin@ErinCoach.com www.thrivingafteraddiction.com  Check out our online streaming group with over 100 classes a month! ... Read More

    • 34 min
    TAA195 Inner Child Work and Metta Meditation

    TAA195 Inner Child Work and Metta Meditation

    In this podcast Erin talks about the importance of inner child work and how we can start to access our inner child and feel repressed emotions that may be controlling us from the background. This is followed by a meditation to help us give loving kindness to someone in need. This meditation is also powerful for the giver as well ... Read More

    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
126 Ratings

126 Ratings

SGMHurt ,

Authentic and informative allowing you to own your change.

I absolutely love listening to Erin’s podcast and also taking her beach yoga classes. We all have scars and those hidden wounds are the toughest to unearth and discard. I totally recommend Erin’s podcast for anyone seeking an anchor in the time of a storm.

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A Gentle Guide to Showing up Authentically

I love this podcast. If you’re looking for a gentle, yet powerful take on radical self healing and recovery, look no further. Erin’s whole approach is down to earth and irreverently authentic.

Listening to this podcast seriously feels like chatting with an old friend. It’s a cozy place to land, when emotions, mistakes, or to-do lists leave you feeling drained. Erin transforms life’s darkness and chaos into meaningful lessons. I can’t get enough. Just when I think I’ve done the work, something pops up, and Erin guides me through it, again and again.

Erin shows up honestly in her podcasts-- sharing the vulnerable parts of her story, so we can all learn and heal. Her words are gentle, but POWERFUL. She’s been a guiding light in learning to process emotions. I’ve learned how to examine self-destructive behavior, break down emotional blocks, and realize where I need to relax and give up control.

Erin’s content resonates with me on so many levels. When I first found this podcast, 3 years ago, I had just imploded my personal life. I was searching for tools, to guide me through rebuilding a life, that previously centered around codependency and numbing. I needed someone to show me, the power in showing up without dulling myself. She’s taught me so much about unpacking and befriending shame, emotions we store in our body, and in the dark corners of our soul. She’s shown me that there is perfection in imperfect vulnerability, scars, truth, and action. Erin has helped me heal.

Erin’s a renegade yogi, who doesn’t care about your boxes, rules, or expectations. She’s leading an authenticity revolution, that all starts with taming your own chaos. Erin, I can tell how much of yourself you pour into this podcast. Thank you again for doing the work and sharing

underscore cass ,

I Appreciate You

Dear Erin.

I listen to your podcast when I am unable to act in the way that I want to. I see myself as a caring and nurturing human, warm and playful, giving and loving. I wake up grateful and adorable and pet my cat with a cup of tea. But some days, I am all brains and no heart. I wake up sad and ugly, close my door and ask why I have to give where I feel depleted. It’s almost like an out of body experience to watch myself wallow in emotions I don’t want to claim. Perhaps this is a part of healing; to observe, this is a part of the balance in Yin/Yang or others of the like. Contrast is necessary for gratitude to run deep. You help me ask thoughtful questions to my inner self instead of punish the inevitable lows and woes of human stuff. I truly believe humans are wired with an inner judge and victim whom we learn from and work with- some marketed expressions pretend this isn’t so-social media and billboards and such- perhaps comparison with them is the only fight to loosen the grip on. Thank you for helping me re-realize all the time that having a messenger is so important. Thank you for all the hard work and love you pour into strangers. Thank you for being real and unedited. It gives me hope.

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