Podcast: Anxiety and Resourcing for the Nervous System

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Experience anxious moments?

This week’s podcast guest is Christel Libiot who talks about the relation of anxiety to the nervous system and ways we can calm our nervous system down. You’ll learn more about:

  • How the mind and the body impact each other
  • What bio-dynamic craniosacral therapy does
  • What our resources are and how we can experience them
  • How to get back into our bodies to release your stress and anxiety
  • One way to instantly bring your energy back to center

Listen in.

Video:

Audio:

Can’t play it here? Listen to it on Soundcloud. https://soundcloud.com/invitingshift/the-nervous-system-and-anxiety

Actionable Exercise

Experiencing Your Resources – a visualization exercise with Christel Libiot.

About Christel:

Christel is a Modern Day Priestess with the Institute of Modern Wisdom, which is based on Oneness, Right Relationships, a life lived in Consciousness and Love Absolute. She believes everyone is born whole and the purpose of this life is to remember our truth, our light, our bliss, our connection to the Divine and to be Love.

Since experiencing breast cancer and Lyme disease 20 years ago, Christel has looked at life differently. She’s found more natural ways to heal both the physical and emotional scars she was left with. She is a Certified Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist as well as a Sekhem Sechim Reiki Master. She’s also a certified life coach.

She and her husband also lead Cacao Ceremonies along the East Coast. Learn more about her below.

Connect with Christel:

WEBSITE  |  FACEBOOK

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