Ep 64: Loving the Whole w/ Nikki Myers
Loving the Whole… meaning the whole… of me? Whew. That’s STILL something I struggle with… not gonna lie here. I’d love to say that I’ve learned to love the good and the bad, but part of my own challenge is that I still look at past experiences – especially things I either did or failed to do – through the binary prism of ‘right and wrong’ or ‘good and bad.’ I’m left to wonder… what if? I don’t know about you, but that question leads me down a dark rabbit hole more often than it doesn’t.
Yoga and Recovery expert Nikki Myers is here to tell both you AND me a story of hope: it IS possible to love the good, the bad, AND the ugly. In this interview, Nikki shares just what this did for her in her life, and the method she uses to help countless others do the same in theirs. It’s not so much about choosing what to remember, or wishing things went differently. It’s about integrating what’s happened (and what didn’t) in a way that makes room for all of it.
Whether or not you consider yourself in recovery, Nikki’s prescription is relevant, because I’m willing to bet there are things in your past that you’d rather not have there. Listen carefully for the tiny, three-letter word she discovered that changes everything. Loving the whole IS possible!
You can find out more about Nikki and her work at www.y12sr.com
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