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Using Your Purpose To Move Through Fear with Ashley Williams

Ashley Williams is the host of the New & Noteworthy podcast Green Is the New Black, a coach, activist, speaker and professional unicorn. She inspires her clients to heal their lives, so they can change the world. Connect with Ashley here!

In this episode, Ashley shares about how to find purpose and joy. Through tapping into our natural desires, we can find motivation and inspiration to move through our fears and into the life we’ve always wanted to live.

 

 

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Here’s what you’ll learn in this week’s episode:

  • Healing comes in waves: The willingness to heal sets the foundation for your healing journey. It’s hard to see just how far we have come when we are doing deep self work. Remember that healing doesn’t happen overnight, and
  • Don’t be afraid to try new therapies: Diksha Circles, Network Spinal Analysis, Veganism and more! Your personal anti-anxiety toolkit will come in many forms- don’t be afraid to experiment to figure out what works best for you!
  • Your purpose can fuel your healing: Do you ever get stressed out and feel like you’re meant to do something bigger? YOU ARE. Sometimes being mission-minded can take the pressure off and give us the encouragement we need to take the best care of ourselves and show up fully.

 

Things we mention in this episode:

The Work by Byron Katie

Ashley’s Podcast about Energy Work


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