In this episode we're talking about a happiness power play that can lift you out of depression and alleviate the suffocating force of grief if only long enough to catch your breath for another deep dive into the abyss of despair. Such gasps of air are life saving if you’re in the throes of a devastating loss or disappointment. Even if you’re not facing a terrible loss you do not want to miss this happiness power play that is key to elevating your mood and helping you find long term mental and physical well being.

Play of the Week: Let's get some bliss in your life. When something sparks your happy, be it a puppy, a small rodent’s ticklish whiskers or seeing a patch of blue sky after days of rain, LEAN IN WITH ENTHUSIASM and love it!  Cherish the happy thought and treasure the idea or moment that brings a smile to your face. Let go and play with this spark of happiness and fan it into flames of joy by flexing your emotions into a feeling of intense gratitude and bright happiness. Then take a deep breath, savor the feeling and bask in the bliss you’ve just created. 

The Art of Bliss

The long lasting effects of trauma are real. We don't do ourselves any favors by trying to ignore them or take a short cut on dealing with them. We need to Be Present with the uncomfortable emotions which will allow us to eventually Let Go and move past them into a place of greater awareness, understanding and acceptance.

Play of the Week: Be Present and notice if you're holding emotions brought on by trauma. Notice if there is a figurative tap tap tapping going on in your heart or head. If so, sit with it and Be Present with the emotions and then Let Go and move past the emotions. Be open to the idea that you may benefit from the help of a professional counselor who can help mitigate the long term effects of trauma.

Jordan Peterson Interview

Jennifer Jerald is an international 2 time #1 Best-selling author, speaker, and dedicated transformational coach who knows what it takes. Join us as we discuss the power of PLAY THEORY and overcoming trauma through the HEAL framework. 

This Week’s PRO TIP is: Do the thing! Or “do the next right thing…” for you Frozen fans 😉 Take baby steps toward your dream life and goals.

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