Posts tagged distress
505: Unconscious Mind and Stress

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In today's episode, Gina shares her knowledge of the subconscious mind with listeners.  Particularly in the context of anxiety and stress, Gina describes the differences between the conscious mind and the subconscious mind.  Gina addresses the inherent capacity of the mind to process even the most uncomfortable emotions and describes how we can best allow it to do so.

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What is anxiety?

Quote:

Do your best and then relax. Let things go on in a natural way, rather than force them. -Paramahansa Yogananda

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503: Let Your Feelings Be Felt and Pass-Through

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In today's episode, Gina speaks on the importance of feeling our feelings.  Using the light of our awareness, we can bring uncomfortable emotions to the surface and keep them from infecting our psyches more deeply and causing us greater distress and other issues over time.

Link to Steve Ozanich Mind Body Syndrome Ep 266:
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What is anxiety?

Quote:

No feeling is final. -Rainer Maria Rilke

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456: 5 Meditation Habit Forming Tips For Anxiety

In today's episode, Gina reminds listeners of the importance of a meditation practice and shares five mediation habit forming tips.  Meditation can help us with relaxation, acceptance, distress tolerance... the list goes on and on.  Whether you are just getting started with the many guided meditations that are available or are a seasoned silent meditator, Coach Gina's tips will help you improve you mediation habits today!

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What is anxiety?

Quote:

There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not going all the way, and not starting.
-Buddha

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452: Are Meditation Distractions Causing You Stress Listener Q&A

In today's episode, Gina answers a listener question relating to meditation and experiencing distraction and interruption during this generally quiet, peaceful time.  Gina responds and allays any concerns Joanna or other listeners may have about these issues with meditation and makes a few suggestions for avoiding common causes of interruption and distraction.

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What is anxiety?

Quote:

So what is a good meditator? The one who meditates. – Allan Lokos

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445: 5 Habits That Help Free You From Anxiety

In today's episode, Gina discusses beneficial habits to be learned and practiced to reduce your experience of anxiety.  Five habits in particular are discussed that will help you improve your condition, including:  having a direction for yourself and allowing yourself to be vulnerable and compassionate towards yourself and others.  Listen in as Gina discusses these habits and three more!

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What is anxiety?

Quote:

Happiness is a habit—cultivate it -Elbert Hubbard

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422: How To Use the Discomfort Of Anxiety To Your Advantage

In this episode, Gina describes a technique in which anxiety sufferers take advantage of the discomfort they experience in order to know the constant peace resident within them.  According to this wisdom, turning toward the discomfort is where the anxiety sufferer's power lies.  Gina further advises to stay aware of the language used in self-talk, staying present and experiencing the joy in every moment, no matter what.

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What is anxiety?

Quote:

When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive—to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love. -Marcus Aurelius

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400: Finding Joy Beyond Discomfort

In this episode Gina offers listeners a series of questions they can ask themselves and suggestions they can implement during their experience of the discomfort associated with anxiety and panic.

Turning to face the discomfort we are presented with during high anxiety moments can offer us the opportunity we are seeking to overcome the discomfort.

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What is anxiety?

Quote:  A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor. -Franklin D. Roosevelt

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354: Listener Q and A Medication No Longer Working

What to do when you are faced with your medications no longer working? Everything we do here at Anxiety Coaches Podcast can be done if you are on or not on medications. Today Gina answers a question a listener sent to us on the Send Us a Voicemail Tab on the website.
Send us YOUR question and Gina may answer it on the show!

Resource Mentioned: Hope and Help For Your Nerves
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Quote: 
The hope that is left after all your hopes are gone -- that is pure hope, rooted in the heart.
-BR. DAVID STEINDL-RAST

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318: Distress Tolerance and Anxiety

Having little tolerance for distress is a hallmark of anxiety. Increase your tolerance by improving your
acceptance and learning how to use distraction properly.


Episode Quote:  

The willingness to consider possibility requires a tolerance of uncertainty. -Rachel Naomi Remen

 

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