Meditation for the Modern Day Superwoman Podcast
This is episode: # 6 “How meditation can help you to find power in your darkside ”
and features: Intuitive Healer and Holistic Nutritionist Chloe Elgar
In this episode Chloe gets real with us about her dark side. Her trials, her faults, her “fragmented pieces” along her journey. She inspires us to embrace every aspect of ourselves and to truly be vulnerable about who we are rather than being so afraid to be our authentic selves. She talks about the contrast between our light and dark aspects of our lives and of ourselves. She challenges us to see the beauty in every thing that has happened to us and everything we have done for it is in our stories that we have gotten to where we are now. And most of all, she will help you to find power in your darkside!
Chloe Elgar is an Intuitive Healer, Psychic, Holistic Nutritionist, Author & Speaker and the founder of Chloe‘s Countertop, a platform to support women and men around the world who are ready to step into their light and connect to their higher selves. Chloe’s focus ranges from issues with disordered eating, body image and relationship to body- to our connection to purpose and a deeper exploration with spirit. Chloe’s universal mission is to change our relationship to pain and discomfort- and to create space for vulnerability, connection and truth.
You need to hear this episode!
The episode ends with a 5 minute mini meditation to help you LET GO, release any stress, and take on your day refreshed with peace and positivity!
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“For the first half of my life I was trying to do things by the book. I was trying to fit myself, like a square peg into a round hole.”
“I realized there was no right or wrong. There’s no ‘fixing’. When you step out of this fixing mind, you step into a whole new space.”
“We sit down to meditate not to achieve anything or to change anything. It’s just to notice.”
“Part of this journey of light and dark is that when we are able to move through our darkness, our tough days, our discomfort, our pain and when we have enough space from it we start to experience the light that lived in the darkness.”
“The contrast between light and dark – the times we’ve gone through, the times of deep discomfort how our contrast has been a teacher. It shows us who we are. It gives us invitation into seeing another side of who we are and what work we can do here.”
“As a light-worker I have arguments with my partner still … part of being human is about allowing all the fragmented pieces of yourself to come together and be the whole you that you are.”
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