(VIDEO, Part 2) Stacey shares common triggers for the limiting beliefs behind Hashimoto’s, and 2 ways we can find freedom and peace. (Mature Content)
See the next video in the series Part 3 – The Hashimoto’s Mind Game (Part III): Finding Your Power, Loving Your Life, go here.
Also, If you didn’t get to see Part 1 – The Hashimoto’s Mind Game: Taking Your Healing to the Next Level, go here.
If you’re interested in getting Stacey’s book “You’re Not Crazy And You’re Not Alone: Losing the Victim, Finding Your Sense of Humor, and Learning to Love Yourself Through Hashimoto’s” – go here.
Thank you for what you are doing! I too have had abuse in my life starting around age 2 – many of the same thoughts. No safe place. Still to this day stay single… to protect or due to the underlying thought of not being worth it. I accept the challenge.
Big sigh. I’m so sorry for what you went through for so long. We carry those protection mechanisms deeply. And parts of our brain store them so that we can be safe and not have the same thing happen. That’s part of why I chose to pursue my yoga teacher training: Because I science kept coming my way with how it healed the brain and I knew that my brain needed that healing.
It is your time. I’m cheering you on in your commitment to caring for yourself.
i’m going to try this.
Teresa, yay! Jump on in and let me know how it’s going. I’d love to hear.