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Join Rev. Connie L. Habash, psychotherapist, yoga teacher, and Interfaith minister, for inspiration on living an authentic, fulfilling, spiritual life!

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For the longest time, as a predominantly left-brain oriented society, we have learned to give the mind the main power to resolve our issues and heal our emotions. Frequently, we talk ourselves out of our emotions and neglect that they are a vital part of our internal guidance system. However, as much as our mind cannot digest our food it cannot resolve our emotions. The body plays a very important part in our healing journey. It constantly tries to communicate with us through physical sensations and emotions. Our body serves as a visceral map to our subconscious mind, which in Hypnosis is also referred to as the emotional mind. In order to live in health and balance we need to create harmony between mind, body and emotions. As our emotions begin to resolve on a deeper, physical level the mind has the capacity to form new perceptions with more ease in alignment with our innate truth. My guest, Alexandra, holds a Master's Degree in Science from the Johannes-Gutenberg-University in Mainz, Germany. She specializes as a Reflective Transformations (RT) Coach and holds certification as a Clinical and Medical Hypnotist, Master Hypnotist, and EFT Practitioner through the Palo Alto School of Hypnotherapy, Palo Alto, CA, where she has a private practice. For more information, visit her website www.hypnosisforwellbeing.com or email: alexandra_bley@yahoo.com Your host, Reverend Connie L. Habash, MA, LMFT, is a transpersonal psychotherapist, spiritual mentor, yoga and meditation teacher, and ordained Interfaith minister. Discover more about awakening the Divine within you at her website: http://www.AwakeningSelf.com
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