/ah-num-song/ origin - Irish + Greek (n):
  1. soul song, inner wisdom
  2. the expression of your unique purpose, truth, or voice

Tag Archives: emotional awareness

Stressed to the Limit?

This morning, I stumbled into my kitchen to cook breakfast, only to remember that there’s nothing in the kitchen. All the cooking utensils, plates, and bowls are scattered throughout my living room right now, and none of the cupboards have doors. The walls are half-painted and the counters are covered in sawdust. I currently can’t Read More

Go Get a Massage

Here is my latest coaching tool: Go get a massage. Guess how I came up with that one! Yep, on the massage table. Obviously, if you hate massages, this tool isn’t for you. If, like me, you adore floating in dreamy relaxation while listening to soft music, then schedule a massage asap. All joking aside, Read More

If I’m Not Doing More, I’m Not Doing Enough

This post was written by Ann Burrish, an Endorsed Healthy Life Mind-Body Coach. She can be reached for consults and coaching at ann.burrish@gmail.com. A smart and hardworking client who is a full-time student and almost full-time employee shared this thought recently. A cause of her angst? She took a nap after getting more done in Read More

Free Writing for Pain Relief

If you have been using the Healthy Mind Toolbox Audio Course to aid your mind-body healing process, then you know there are lots of great mind-body tools to help you reconnect to your body, emotions, and inner wisdom.  I am creative by nature, so I often get new tool ideas, ideas for new ways to Read More

An Uninvited Guest – So I Thought

This post was written by Diane Hunter, an Endorsed Healthy Life Mind-Body Coach.  She can be reached for consults and coaching at diane@afterautism.com. For the past five weeks, my family and I had a surprise Guest stay with us.   Guest arrived without warning and with no communication when Guest would depart.  Why had Guest decided Read More

Befriending Resistance

Have you ever woken up to your to-do list and found yourself dragging your feet? Have you ever felt like your body was filled with lead and actually doing the items on your list was harder than pushing a boulder uphill? Have you ever forced yourself to do them all anyway, and ended up feeling Read More

My So-Called Emotional Life

This week I’d like to share a post with you from my good friend and fellow coach Bridgette Boudreau.  As soon as I read this, I realized I couldn’t say it better, so I’m bringing her words directly to you.  Bridgette and I have been coaching each other recently on allowing emotions, and I think Read More

The Incredible Lightness of Being…Imperfect

This post was written by Ann Burrish, an Endorsed Healthy Life Mind-Body Coach.  She can be reached for consults and coaching at ann.burrish@gmail.com. “Angels can fly because they can take themselves lightly.” G. K. Chesterton “Once you accept the fact that you’re not perfect, then you develop some confidence.” Rosalyn Carter “The thing that is Read More

Food for Thought about Emotional Suppression

This post was written by Jen Greer, an Endorsed Healthy Life Mind-Body Coach.  She can be reached for consults and coaching at jennifer.greer@gmail.com. What comes to mind when you think about emotional suppression? Being a mind body coach trained by our very own Abigail Steidley and a long-time master at emotional suppression*, I’ve spent a Read More

Breaking the Rules

Let’s say you notice tension in your body – maybe your shoulders are up around your ears, your back is tight, or your pelvic floor muscles are clenched.  Before you even make an effort to relax those areas physically, ask yourself this question: Am I imposing a rule on myself right now? By rule, I Read More

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