Angie's Recovery Tip: What to Do When You Feel Disconnected?

What to do when you feel disconnected and go out of alignment?

In this video, I'm talking about ways to get intentional about your breath and remember that that is a steady part of you that you can always tap into.

I encourage you to find a place to just sit for 2-5 minutes and consciously go back to your breath and just stay in that space. Every day and watch how that practice evolves over time.

Recommended resource:
Coming Home to Myself: Reflections for Nurturing a Woman's Body and Soul, by Marion Woodman & Jill Mellick

Angie's Recovery Tip: A Journey to The Wisest Part of Yourself

Today, I want to take you on a little journey to the wisest part of yourself. The part of you that knows.

Sit somewhere where you're really comfortable and where you're able to settle down into your body.

Take a few really deep cleansing breaths and allow yourself to come home this very moment in time and to let go of everything that you worried about today, the things that have been running through your mind causing you anxiety.

Let all that go...and settle in.

Watch the entire video for the rest of this exercise. 

Recommended resource: 
- Rebecca Campbell

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Angie's Recovery Tip: Manage Anxiety and Stress With Meditation

Today, I'm talking about a very simple and practical meditation technique that is called 'Square Breathing'.

This technique really helps reset your nervous system and you'll notice a quick shift in levels of anxiety and stress. 

Watch the video to get started!

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Angie's Recovery Tip: The Importance of Soul Care

Many people with eating disorders do not recognize how harming their illness is to their soul. 

One of the ways to counter that is by practicing soul care (or self-care).

Soul care really means slowing down and grounding yourself in the present moment instead of being consumed with achieving and striving.

Today, I'm sharing 3 criteria for soul care as well as some of my favorite activities to slow down and get into a space of soul care.

Angie's Recovery Tip Bonus: Setting Goals With Soul

How often have you set goals that did nothing but drain you and kept you stuck in a self-critical space of striving and judging yourself for not moving forward (fast) enough?

I had the privilege of interviewing Danielle LaPorte about her new book, White Hot Truth. In this special bonus video, I'm discussing the life-changing work of Danielle and I highly recommend pre-ordering her book (link below). 

I'm talking about the value of setting goals with soul and aligning them with your soul's purpose so they can really support growth. 

Recovery is really about connecting with your soul and recognizing that you are your own guru and guide and that all the answers you are looking for are already inside you. 

Recommended Reading:
- Danielle Laporte's new book, White Hot Truth.

Pre-Order now and get the audio version of the book for FREE

- Danielle LaPorte's book, The Fire Starter Sessions

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Angie's Weekly Recovery Tip: What Does it Mean to Be Recovered?

Recovery can mean so many different things.

In this video, I'm talking about what it means to be recovered and I encourage you to think about your own definition of recovery.

Recommended Resources: 
- My interview on the ED Matters Podcast
- Carolyn Costin & Gwen Schubert Grabb's book, 8 Keys to Recovery from an Eating Disorder