My favorite approachable neuroscientist has launched his own podcast. If you enjoy watching while you listen, you can view it on youtube. Nerd out with me: https://youtu.be/H-XfCl-HpRM
Thank you, Andrew Huberman! You can also follow him on IG at instagram.com/hubermanlab
Happy world hypnotism day from the hypnotist / Hypnotherapist YOU know (it's me)!
I love this work and am excited to be launching my next watch-when-you-want program soon (let me know if you want me to message you when it's available!).
I've got some wonderful clients returning this month to help strengthen the changes and goals they have set as well as those of you who are new clients and ready to lower your anxiety, shift relationships w food and alcohol, improve your self-love, and more. Every session w y'all is a joy. Thank you!
Contact me if you want to schedule a free discovery session or consultation call or if you have any questions about hypnosis and the work I do via zoom.
The free YearCompass is back, this time with a version specifically designed around experiences many of us faced in 2020. It is a lovely tool to reflect on the year past and look forward to the coming year.
You can fill it out online or print it out to write on it and do as much or as little as you’d like. They suggest doing it all in one sitting, but I personally find that a bit tricky and have always enjoyed doing it in bite-sized increments (no surprise there!)
Photo by kristy.kate on IG.
This is an imperfect blog post. Welcome. (I’ve bolded my favorite takeaways for those of you who are in the mood to scan quickly)
During a recent TedTalk TalkBack event with friends, our conversation started around the TedTalk “Empathy is not an Endorsement” by Dylan Marron. While the TedTalk itself is a bit more like an inspirational Instagram image (focusing more on the DO rather than the HOW), it did give our group a great jumping-off-point for a vibrant discussion.
Here are some notes I took before and during the TalkBack.
NOTES TAKEN DURING THE TEDTALK:
I fell in love with this sweet little story, narrated by two small humans. A good reminder to reflect on where I’m spending my time lately:
Original source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4KOKLuxhVk
I’d love to hear your response!
Sending love, Keridwyn
My links: linktr.ee/keridwyn
This TedTalk, Celeste Headlee’s “10 ways to have a better conversation,” is FULL of good advice.
The TedTalk is less than 12 minutes long, but if you want to jump in to the start of her Top 10 list, jump to 4:09.
What resonates the most with you? What do you plan on working on for yourself?
A few quotes (but, really, go ahead and listen to the full TedTalk. You can also read along with the transcript option):
Don’t multitask. . . I mean, be present. Be in that moment. Don’t think about your argument you had with your boss. …
Taking time to focus on ourselves is anything but selfish. Taking time to give ourselves space and learn to heal, to learn how to shift our thinking, to process emotions in a helpful way — these are all forms of true self care. This type of self-care recharges us so that we can be in the world in a better way. By showing up for ourselves, we show up better for those around us.
You are worthy of spending time on you.