491: Using EFT Tapping for Anxiety Panic

In today's episode, Gina shares information about EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and tapping.  Tapping helps with negative thoughts and emotions by combining positive affirmations with the body's meridian system (acupuncture points).  Listen in for a step by step guide and get started tapping and clearing your guilt, shame and anxiety today!

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What is anxiety?

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When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy. – Rumi

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490: Guided Exercise Looking Back At A Recent Anxious Situation

In today's episode, Gina guides listeners through a contemplative meditation exercise.  In this exercise, we look back at a recent episode of anxiety and consider what thoughts and environmental factors affected us and how we reacted.  Learn more about your anxiety through self-inquiry with Gina's guidance and support.

Meditation from Ron Siegel
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What is anxiety?

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We have to start teaching ourselves not to be afraid.
-William Faulkner

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489: How Acceptance and Change Help With Anxiety

In today's episode, Gina talks about the importance of acceptance and change in healing anxiety.  In particular, Gina discusses the benefits of allowing our anxiety experience to unfold, in contrast to fighting the anxiety and trying (often desperately) to make it stop.  The fear of and fight against the anxiety is exactly what keeps anxiety sufferers in the loop of anxiety-panic.  Listen in for suggestions on how to prevent this anxiety loop from taking over your life.

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What is anxiety?

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I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship.
-Louisa May Alcott

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488: Why Avoidance and Aversion Don't Help With Anxiety

In today's episode, Gina discusses avoidance and aversion in the context of anxiety.  Included in this discussion is an emphasis on the importance of how we interpret signals and information that we are perceiving and how very often we are able to choose whether or not we are threatened by a particular thing.  Anxiety sufferers tend to be biased toward overestimating the threat of things.  Listen in for tips on how to overcome this tendency.

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What is anxiety?

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Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood.
-Marie Curie

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487: Wisdom From The Tribe With Kelli

In today's episode, Gina has a guest from the ACP tribe:  Kelli.  Kelli was a full ACP group coaching member, then a mini member and is now leaving after having progressed substantially in her healing journey and largely cleared her anxiety.  Listen in to hear Kelli's story of how she suffered with anxiety and how she found help, hope and healing with Gina and the Anxiety Coaches Podcast group coaching membership program.

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Part of the healing process is sharing with other people who care.
-Jerry Cantrell

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486: Solitude as a Healing Salve for Stress and Anxiety

In today's episode, Gina discusses a blog post by Leo Babauta about solitude and its importance in our lives.  Using this post, Gina helps connect the dots between our cultivation and embrace of solitude and our healing and recovery from stress and anxiety.

Link to Leo's entire post
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Now, more than ever, we need our solitude. Being alone gives us the power to regulate and adjust our lives. It can teach us fortitude and the ability to satisfy our own needs. A restorer of energy, the stillness of alone experiences provides us with much-needed rest. It brings forth our longing to explore, our curiosity about the unknown, our will to be an individual, our hopes for freedom. Alone time is fuel for life. —Dr. Ester Buchholz

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485: Cultivating Mindfulness To Heal Anxiety

In today's episode, Gina discusses the importance of cultivating mindfulness in order to heal anxiety using a Blinkist of Jon Kabat-Zinn's Wherever You Go There You Are.  Gina shares a number of methods for "being" in the moment rather than "doing" and thereby increasing your mindfulness and your ability to heal your anxiety.


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Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally. This kind of attention nurtures greater awareness, clarity, and acceptance of the present-moment reality. It wakes u up to the fact that our lives unfold only in moments If we are not fully present for many of those moments, we may not only miss what is most valuable in our lives but also fail to realize the richness and the depth of our possibilities for growth and transformation. -Jon Kabat-Zinn

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484: Stress Anxiety and Eating Habits

In today's episode Gina discusses how stress and anxiety affect our eating habits.  Along with describing some of the physiology involved in the stress response, Gina offers listeners methods and tools to bring mindfulness to bear on the situation.  Journaling in particular, guided by questions Gina offers in this podcast, can be particularly helpful.

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What is anxiety?

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Drink your tea slowly and reverently, as if it is the axis on which the world earth revolves – slowly, evenly, without rushing toward the future; live the actual moment. Only this moment is life.
–Thich Nhat Hanh

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483: The Highly Sensitive Person and Anxiety

In today's episode, Gina discusses a topic that has come up in the ACP group coaching membership program recently, the idea of the highly sensitive person.  Gina goes through a long list of signs that you may indeed be a highly sensitive person (very common among anxiety sufferers), and offers some suggestions for soothing yourself and improving your overall experience.

Link to the Highly Sensitive Refuge and the 21 signs of an HSP
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Sensitive people like a slower pace of life. We like pondering all our options before making a decision and regularly reflecting on our experiences. We hate busy schedules and rushing from one event to the next. —Jenn Granneman

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