In this episode I am talking with an amazing renaissance woman who also happens to be a client of mine! Beth and I worked together for 6 months and she is here to share her experience and the surprising re-invigoration of her artistry that happened as a result.
In this conversation we talk about:
-The difference between thinking your way through something and feeling your way through something.
-How working with her nervous system helped her have space to stop fearing the anger of others
-How her boundaries have strengthened
-How Beth’s personal nervous system work changed her relationship with her mom
-Self-expression, truth and allowing people to have their own responses to your authenticity
-Being “good” and “bad”
And much more!
To see Beth’s art go to: https://www.bethknight.com/
Healthy Expression Helps Your Cells Repair Themselves!
Self Expression Keeps You Healthy!
And I’m not just talking about emotional and spiritual health - I am talking about your physical health too! It allows for good flow within the body systems and actually promotes cellular repair.
Healthy, authentic expression helps us attract safe connection and repel unsafe connection.
It’s what allows us to engage in conflict without harm.
And it makes it easier for people to feel a felt-sense of trust with you.
As an entrepreneur and high-performer - healthy, authentic expression allows you to sell, lead teams effectively, and communicate with your market.
It allows you to grow a business that encourages truthful two-way communication.
It builds a culture of trust in your company.
And it gives you vitality because you don’t feel the need to be someone you aren’t
Think about a time your self expression has been...
High-Performance, Hard Work & Trauma
I am reading Michael Dell’s awesome book - “Play Nice But Win”. And I love it. He tells his story of being quite a scrappy, resourceful entrepreneur since he was a teenager. The book zeroes in on the high-stakes transaction he successfully completed when he took his company private after being public. He did this because he wanted to make some big time changes within the company without being in the public eye.
WOOPH! Love that.
It’s thrilling and amazing.
And it’s got me thinking about what it takes to do the real deep hard work of bringing your big dreams to life in a healthy way.
There is nothing wrong with hard work!
Being an entrepreneur, of course there is some hard work required on the journey of building your dream life and business.
Having big dreams does require some effort.
We all know that learning to be with discomfort is an essential part of healing and growing. In fact, being with discomfort is an essential part of LIFE!
After all - didn’t the Buddhists say life is suffering?
But for you high performers and high achieving entrepreneurs who are used to powering through discomfort - have you noticed that that method and approach doesn’t seem to work as well for the healing journey?
Why is that?
It’s because we don’t see results in our trauma healing when we approach the healing journey from our survival patterns!
Of course - discomfort is part of healing.
But healing requires us to re-evaluate our relationship with discomfort! To heal, we have to support our nervous systems to relate differently to discomfort. Not powering through and burning out. And, not avoiding it all together.
So, what do we do!?
We soften into the...
We are in the final days to enrol in this round of The School of Embodied Healing Systems. I wanted to share with you a little more of my story and the vision behind The School of Embodied Healing Systems.
Listen to this episode if you want to know more about me, my personal story, and the vision of EHS.
And if you are on the fence about The School of Embodied Healing Systems - you will DEFINITELY want to hear this one!
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Talk of trauma and the nervous system is on the rise in the coaching and personal development industry and on the one hand that’s great. More people becoming aware of trauma is what the world needs.
And, on the other hand, we want to make sure that if we are using words like trauma-informed that we are truly trauma-informed.
So let’s look at 3 key elements I’ve defined for a trauma-informed practitioner as well as some specific skills that are a foundational starting point for anyone working with trauma. I’ll also talk about how Embodied Healing Systems will help you learn and apply these elements and skills.
Book your application call with me for The School of Embodied Healing Systems here (enrolment closes on July 31st): www.shylacash.com/embodiedhealingsystems
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This week on the podcast I'm sharing with you the foundational paradigm for this work I do! And that paradigm is the hope and potential of repair when it comes to trauma, our bodies and even our communities and our world.
I am sharing with you this idea in contrast to what I believe is a culture of management.
I share what the fundamental differences are between a paradigm of repair and management. And I also share about how a management paradigm can be damaging over long periods of time for the nervous system.
I get a little philosophical in this episode - because I believe that we as practitioners and as people who care about our lives and communities need to be thinking about the paradigms and philosophies that we are bringing to our world.
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This week I am talking to my client, Stephanie Rosenfield, Mom coach for moms who want to stop losing their shit and start enjoying motherhood! Steph is hilarious and has overcome so much in her life. Her commitment to her personal healing, growth and development is so inspiring. And, her deep passion for her incredible work is truly FELT!
In this episode we talk about:
What Steph has found most valuable about this nervous system work
What Steph found most surprising about this work
Self-Compassion as it relates to accepting the lasting impact of trauma
Integrating mindset work with body work to create a felt-sense of lasting change
Getting away from the “shoulds” and moving into acceptance when it comes to emotions
And lots more!
Enjoy the episode!
Work With Steph: https://www.stephaniercoaching.com/
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Trusting Your Body’s Natural Process With My Client, Denita Bremer
This week, I have another beautiful client interview for you! I am talking with Denita Bremer. Denita is a ray of sunshine and such a resilient and compassionate woman! She is a Life & Trauma Coach and was certified as a life coach through The Life Coach School in 2018 and earned an advanced certification through Bev Aron’s Deep Dive Coaching Institute in 2021 and she will be going through the next round of The School of Embodied Healing Systems in August.
In this episode, Denita shares what it was like getting to know her nervous system. She talks about:
Navigating the impact of childhood trauma while at the same time having deep empathy and compassion for her parents
Her journey of learning to trust her body’s natural process
How doing this deep nervous system work had the unexpected benefit of enriching her spiritual practice
How this work has helped her release some of the fear of being...