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The Chasing Joy Podcast

The Chasing Joy Podcast shares meaningful conversations about wellness that will bring energy and joy into your life. Every week Chasing Joy dives into a topic related to wellness and brings on new guests with expertise in that area. This podcast will entertain, educate and inspire you to live a more joyful, energized life.
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May 29, 2018

[Solo] My Manifestation Practice, Law of Attraction & Following Intuition

 

Today’s episode is me, myself and I talking about my experience with manifestation, the law of attraction and intuition.

I’m obsessed with this topic and it’s something that deeply fascinates me. I’m excited to chat informally about my experience and share tools with you that have helped me.

I recommend you listen with a dose of healthy curiosity even if this topic isn’t something you know a lot about or really excites you. For me it took years to really sink in so I totally feel you if it’s a little weird at first.

On this episode I talk about:

  • My relationship with my intuition as a kid
  • How I followed my gut before I got the evidence
  • Why I never loved following rules
  • How I felt conflicted between logic and my gut
  • The personality frameworks I love
  • How I first discovered law of attraction
  • My biggest takeaway for practicing the law of attraction
  • Alignment before action
  • Why belief is the core of manifestation for me
  • The power of limiting beliefs and how to let them go
  • Releasing the need for an outcome
  • Practicing feeling good without external circumstances
  • Some physical manifestations I’ve experienced
  • How I turn on the ease
  • The thing I love the most about Law of Attraction

 

Resources:

 

 

 

The Joy Squad Private Facebook Group

 

Connect with Me on Instagram

@init4thelongrunblog

@chasingjoypodcast

May 22, 2018

Holly Finigan is the creator of Nantucket Blackbook, a website, digital brand and experience space on Nantucket (and beyond.)

 

We Talk About:

  • What it’s like to be in on the party early
  • How to handle negativity
  • The importance of stepping back
  • Slowing down your responses & the power of the pause
  • Holly’s experience with heart surgery
  • If you know you have to do something - do it before it has to be done
  • What it’s like waking up from heart surgery
  • Healing without a mom
  • Healing with medical marijuana
  • Why airbnb gift cards are the best for someone healing
    Dealing with the grief of losing a parent
  • Why grief can be about losing identity too
  • You don’t need to compare struggles to feel validated or valued
  • Why “Comparison is an addiction to losing”
  • How Holly brings the lessons she’s learned from her healing to her daily life
  • Evolution as a person, brand and place
  • Amazing tips for taking a break from social media

 

Links:

 

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May 15, 2018

The Power of Mindset in Healing, Privilege in Wellness & Getting Into Alignment with Meg Dixon & Victoria Myers

On today’s podcast I’m talking with Meg Dixon & Victoria Myers, co-owners of Nourishing Minds Nutrition and the Nourishing Women Podcast. They’re experts in helping women heal gut and hormonal issues with a history of orthorexia. I love these women so much and had the pleasure of recording this episode with them in person when I was in Florida last month.

Today’s episode is a magical hybrid of a Q&A, interview and roundtable. We have discussions on 5 main topics that are all very top of mind for each of us. Think of this as a wellness without obsession podcast buffet! Because this is a slightly new format I’d love to hear what you think. Leave a review on iTunes or message me on instagram.

Roundtable Topics:

1.) The Power of Mindset in Healing

2.) The Grey Area of Consuming Content

3.) Wellness Privilege

4.) Thin Body Privilege

5.) Practical Ways to Get Into Alignment

Connect with Meg & Victoria

Meg:

IG:  https://www.instagram.com/root_for_food/

Blog: https://www.rootforfood.net/home

Victoria:

IG: https://www.instagram.com/victoriamyers_/

Blog: https://www.victoriamyers.net/

Nourishing Minds Nutrition:

IG: https://www.instagram.com/nourishingmindsnutrition/

Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nourishing-women-podcast/id1273444999?mt=2

Community: https://www.nourishingmindsnutrition.com/community/

https://www.nourishingmindsnutrition.com/

Connect with Me:

Blog: http://init4thelongrun.com

IG: http://instagram.com/init4thelongrunblog/

Podcast IG: https://www.instagram.com/chasingjoypodcast/

 

Join the Joy Squad on Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/groups/thejoysquad/

 

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May 8, 2018

Eating Disorder Recovery & Carving Your Own Empowered Path in Wellness - with Engrid Latina

This week I’m chatting with my amazing friend Engrid. I’m so grateful that the universe brought us together. From our first conversation, I felt like we connected on a soul sister kinda level and I’m so excited to see how both our paths unfold. This conversation feels intimate and deep and winding in such a wonderful way. We talk about her experience with an eating disorder and how she found her way out. We also discuss working in an industry that’s shrouded in diet culture and trying to break the mold by carving out your own path.

 

We Talk About:

  • Engrid’s background
  • Her story with anorexia
  • The root of how the eating disorder manifested
  • The non-linear path of recovering
  • How she became a personal trainer
  • How training and fitness was a slow stepping stone forward in recovery
  • Slow progress is still progress
  • The power and importance of therapy
  • The guilt that comes with realizing that you may have contributed to diet culture in the past - even if it’s not what you believe now
  • Why it’s important not to demonize communities
  • Why you can’t recover for someone else
  • Navigating being a personal trainer that doesn’t focus on weight loss in an industry steeped in diet culture
  • The fear we have of our bodies changing
  • Desires for appearance always boil down to seeking love
  • Why we don’t want to be a gurus

 

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May 1, 2018

The History of Diet Culture, The Negative Impacts of Weight Stigma and Thin Privilege with Christy Harrison

Christy Harrison is a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified intuitive eating counselor and the host of Food Psych Podcast. She specializes in helping people make peace with food and reclaim the time and energy they lost to The Life Thief of diet culture.

We Talk About:

  • How Christy got into the work she’s doing now, her history of disordered eating and
  • Why eating disorders don’t always look like what society tells us they do
  • What is diet culture?
  • This history of diet culture and fatphobia - and how it intersects with racism and sexism
  • larger bodies associated with races that were lower on racist evolutionary scales
  • class status associated with body size
  • Scientific studies didn’t precede focus on smaller bodies - culture dictated medicine
  • Why weight stigma negatively impacts people in larger bodies more than the weight itself
  • What is thin privilege
  • Internalized fat phobia versus externalized fatphobia
  • How can people with thin privilege help use that privilege for good
  • Knowing your boundaries when it comes to being an ally
  • How to identifying diets in disguise
  • Nocebo effect - why your brain is so powerful
  • Why being present in your life is more important than eating perfectly

Links:

Nourishing Women Podcast Collaboration on Manifestation: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nourishing-women-podcast/id1273444999?mt=2

 

Resources:

Intuitive Eating: https://amzn.to/2Km5ZeO *

 

Connect with Christy:

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