Many of us ask ourselves how we can get more energy. Instead, we should be asking what’s draining our energy. For most of us, the answer is a constant state of worry. It’s a common condition, but that doesn’t mean it should be holding you back.
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As a functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner, Diane knows how to help people identify what’s draining their vitality. Once that’s been identified, she helps them escape the trap of getting stuck in fight or flight so that they can own their vitality and realize that they are enough after all.
In this episode, we’re going to tell you how you can transform from worrier to warrior. We’re talking about the source of the worry in our lives and how it acts as a constant drain of our energy. Worry has many sources. Many learn it from their parents, who learned it from their parents. In order to break this cycle, it’s crucial to understand the actual role of worry in our lives, how it can be both helpful and hurtful, and that you have control over it.
How has worry held you back from your full potential? Leave a comment and tell us about it!
In this episode
- How fear and worry will drain your vitality and energy
- Why we can and can’t blame our moms for our worry
- How worry prevents us from achieving our true potential
- Understanding how worry is both helping and hindering you
- Ridding yourself of the worry worm so that healing can happen
“Right now we’re processing more information in one day than we did fifty years ago. It’s totally insane! Our brains are on overdrive.” [4:20]
“You are no good to anybody when you’re in panic fight or flight. When you’re in that worry-sense, your brain is telling your adrenals to release all kinds of cortisol and that is chaos to the body.” [8:23]
“Worry has a shadow side and a light side. The shadow side is that it consumes you. The light side is that it cues you. It’s not a bad thing to worry. It’s just bad when it’s in excess.” [13:54]
“In order to really heal, we must feel and let it go finally so it doesn’t stay stuck in us anymore.” [17:39]