How to Change Your World Through Self-Compassion with Rita Desnoyers-Garcia
When was the last time you were kind and gentle with yourself?
In this episode, I'm joined by the fabulous Rita Desnoyers-Garcia, Spiritual Life Coach, Energy Worker, Channel, and Author. After a major setback in her business (that she started while raising three children), Rita's unworthiness stories hit her harder than ever and took her down a desperation rabbit hole. She tried everything, talked to everyone, and spent countless hours trying to save her business, yet to find the solution, she didn't have to move an inch; it was right inside of her: self-compassion.
Throughout this episode, Rita talks about her transformational journey and innate desire to help others, which made her think of becoming a nun, practicing charity, and empowering and supporting stressed-out professional mums. We talk about the importance of actively practicing self-compassion, the meaning of becoming awake, why we spend so much time looking for dangers, and how this practice affects us.
Additionally, Rita explains why having a coach is like "having someone cutting the hair in the back of your head," the weight of the lies we repeat in our heads; she talks about her book, "The Self-compassion Project," why most women get stuck in her limiting beliefs, and more.
Tune in to Episode 117 of the Joy Found Here podcast to hear from Rita how you can change your world simply by giving yourself a break and being more kind and gentle with yourself.
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
- A bit about Rita's background (3:10)
- The first time Rita was kind and gentle with herself (8:00)
- Many women think they must accomplish something to be happy (12:00)
- "A coach is like someone cutting the hair in the back of your head" (15:20)
- How to break the cycle of being constantly looking for dangers (20:40)
- What is becoming aware (30:30)
- What can you expect from "The Self-compassion Project" (32:50)
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