102: Self-Sabotage & the Subconscious

Did you know your conscious mind can’t “outwill” your subconscious mind? This was a fascinating episode! All day, every day, we’re getting triggered by beliefs and emotions held in our subconscious. What comes to the surface is often painful but is an incredible gift from your body’s intelligence. Thais Gibson is an author, and speaker. She holds an MA and over 13 different certifications ranging from CBT to hypnosis. She is best known for her contributing work and research on Attachment Theory and the impact of attachment trauma on our adult romantic relationships. She overlaps attachment trauma challenges with personal core wounds, limiting beliefs and emotional patterns at the subconscious level to give us deeper insight into ourselves and our relationships.

  • “Feelings are feedback.”
  • 3 Ways to transform your mind and retrain your subconscious programming
  • The 2 big reasons we suffer and feel emotional pain


Link to this episode: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/womenseekingwholeness/102.mp3 (SUBSCRIBE to Women Seeking Wholeness on iTunes, Spotify, RadioPublic, Google Podcasts, and all other podcast platforms)

Find Thais and her book, “The Attachment Theory Guide”: www.personaldevelopmentschool.com

Cherie Burton is a mom of 6, author, holistic psychologist, speaker, biz owner, Women Seeking Wholeness podcast host, and hobbyist divine feminine scholar. She has worked as a clinical counselor in the fields of mental health and addiction and now specializes in the science and spirituality of emotional healing and sensory integration; a “whole soul” approach. Cherie is a former Mrs. Utah and guides females of all ages in her Stand Speak Shine private coaching programs, retreats and online schools. She travels internationally, empowering audiences with knowledge and tools to heal their trauma, find their soul callings, and embrace their wholeness.

GRAB Cherie’s FREE HEALING KIT: https://www.standspeakshine.com/healingkit



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