[EPISODE] Dear Body, My Ex Enemy
Today my body is a wonderful home that hosts my mind & soul! My body is no longer an enemy of mine, but rather an EX enemy of mine. Would you like to become EX’s with a body you can’t stand, a body you feel is cheating on you or a body that’s no good?
Want to know how to break away from this soul-crushing relationship so you can start your journey towards complete self-love and acceptance of your body? Breaking up can be painful, but wouldn’t it be cool to be able to hang out with this ex with no problem at all?
Well, it’s your time to create a house of love for your body to reside in. WHY? LOVE heals ALL. Pain is what keeps our bodies feeling like our worst ex-boyfriend or girlfriend – MISERABLE!
What if past pain & hurt are just guests in your house- the body you journey in? What if past pain & hurt only stick around when you invite them to? What if the past pain & hurt only create a mess in your home when you allow them to.
Join me this Thursday, April 19th to discover the path towards satisfaction and bliss with your truest partner in life – your BEAUTIFUL, AMAZING, OUT OF THIS WORLD body. Are you ready to dive deeper into the thoughts, language, and actions of a person who is creating a balanced relationship with food and physical activity – True LOVE and Harmony with the body – to keep your home feeling fresh, clean, strong, and vibrant?!
Then you will ABSOLUTELY love this show! We’ve discovered the body is a tool to uncover the root of our low self-esteem and unhealthy narratives -> NOW it’s time to journey towards FREEDOM!
Tune in to learn more!
- We’re never okay with letting go. We hold onto feelings of sadness. We must become the observer when facing individual and internal struggles. Instead of taking on the bagage, take a big breath – breathe into the pain. Let go of pain and allow it to live. Elizabeth discusses maintaining balance between mind, soul, and body – not neglecting one for another. Starting May 2nd, Nourish the Soul will shift to Wednesdays at 7pm. Why do you we spin negative narratives? A body that matches it’s bodies vibrancy allows emotions to flourish. The soul is the driver of the vehicle that is your body. Elizabeth’s online workshop can provide the support system you need. Sign up early for the workshop at elizabethtripp.fullslate.com. Visit the conectsupportshare.com to get 10% off the workshop and become involved in Elizabeth’s online support group.
- Sign up today and get a free two-week trial. Members get special bonus deals! Elizabeth asks her listeners to call in and discuss what they’ve learned about herself. Elizabeth asks listeners to share thee people in your life that are struggling with health and self love. Elizabeth shares how she broke up with her ex-enemy: her negative self esteem. Low self esteem can affect your personal relationships and you work relationship. Low self-esteem is like a bad ex. Pain should be a guest, not a master. Pain dictates clothing choice, work ethic, and energy. Pain is a journey. Our bodies are our home. We feel pain after we don’t have money in our bank accounts, after a break-up, after we’re told no. We have built our homes; we cannot allow pain to set up shop in our bodies. Pain gets sick of living in our homes, it wants to leave.
- Elizabeth elaborates on the idea of pain as a guest, not a master. It come and go as you please. Elizabeth poses a question to the audience: are you allowing pain to be a guest of your house or a master? Elizabeth reads aloud a love letter she wrote to her body called Dear Body: My Ex Enemy. Elizabeth acknowledges past pain tied to her body. Are you allowing pain to be your master? If your body was home, who would you like to invite inside?
- Elizabeth welcomes Sophie the intern onto the show. Sophie talk about writing letters to her friends. Sophie has the idea of writing a love letter to her mind. We tell ourselves stories to give power to pain. Sophie craves validation that stems from bullying when she was a child. Elizabeth shows Sophie she stored weakness that bullies projected. Sophie wants to throw away her “old spaghetti,” but it’s easier said than done. Elizabeth helps Sophie exhale the pain and build her house.