Your Body is an Ally Part III
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Your body is in pain, is it possible to restore? Last in the series, Your Body is an Ally with Amy B. Scher.
Stephanie dedicated this show to her new niece Dahlia Faye by sharing some thoughts on the abilities to love and heal that we are born with.
Amy shared her personal healing story and what she means by, “If treating the body alone doesn’t resolve the challenge, then the body alone must not be what created it.”
Stephanie and Amy talked about the concept of “wellbeing maintenance” and how energy work impacts emotional and physical wellbeing.
Stephanie and Amy talked about how they have benefited by leaning into the “woo-woo” with the understanding that sometimes you just have to surrender to the unknown for things to work.
Amy handled the random table topic question with grace as she expressed why murder is never a good idea. Stephanie backed her up on this.
Amy’s Book: How to Heal Yourself When No One Else Can
Other Books Recommended by Amy:
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay
Love, Medicine, Miracles by Bernie Siegel
Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton
Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing by Carolyn Myss
Backstory Behind Stephanie and Guest
Amy and I had a brief phone conversation before meeting in the studio for this show. Upon meeting her, I would describe Amy’s energy as “warm and ready.” She is joyful, ready to be helpful and avialble for connection. Without knowing the work she has done to get to where she is today, it might be hard to imagine how sick she was because she now relates more to her wellness and joy than she does to her pain and sickness. I believe this is a testament to her work and her journey. She lives and thrives by being the example that she believe is possible for other people to achieve as well. – Stephanie Michele
Social Challenge of the Week
Social Challenge of the Week: Wiggle and Shake (repeat, repeat, repeat)
As you move about different tasks of the day and interactions with others, take a few moments to “shake off” what you might be carrying into the new activity.
Try this shake and wiggle when you wake, before you start work, as you change tasks, before conversations, dates, after the work day and before you go to bed. Try to get at least 5 shakes in for the day. Do it 3-5 days in a row. Notice if there are any shifts in your stress levels.
Bonus Shake: Take a shake break with a friend or family member. Add music. 🙂
Online dating websites and apps are great for meeting new people yet may be creating unforeseen obstacles if your goal is a long-term relationship.
Talked with creative writing teacher, Megan McCord about writing and sharing your story.
Taking a look at what it means to empower women to be strong with Nurse Jadah Chatterjee and Artist Manager John Cowan