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Not Everything is FIXABLE, but Everything is Figureoutable

SOUL SCHOOL with Audrey

Release Date: 10/14/2019

How to give yourself Body Kindness show art How to give yourself Body Kindness

SOUL SCHOOL with Audrey

In a world where we’re taught that thinner is better and being younger is more desirable, it’s hard for us to push through that noise and be stronger than societies expectations. My intention for my post was to inspire women to love themselves, not degrade themselves.

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Spirituality and Racial Injustice with Donte Quinine show art Spirituality and Racial Injustice with Donte Quinine

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To celebrate episode 100 Today on the Soul School podcasts, I talk with Donte Quinine, a Tedx speaker, life coach and yoga leader about spirituality and racial injustice.

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What Would Someone Who Truly Loved Themselves Do? show art What Would Someone Who Truly Loved Themselves Do?

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Although we can learn tactics for building self-love, sometimes we get stuck of how to actually put these tools into practice. It’s tough to rewire our brain patterns. This week’s mantra is when you get into conflict with yourself, ask: “what would someone who truly loved themselves do?” to help you shift out of your head and into your heart. www.AudreySuttonMills.co,

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Learning from Your Dark Shadows show art Learning from Your Dark Shadows

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Shadows are a dark part of our personality that we often want to hide because it brings us shame. One tool is to give the shadow a personal name to help ease the self-inquiry process and help you stay open to learning about yourself so you can let go of judgment and be there for yourself to learn the lesson. Only when we can be with our uncomfortable feelings, then we can learn from them what they are trying to show us.

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How to REparent Yourself show art How to REparent Yourself

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You have learned beliefs and patterns that you bring into your relationships with each other and yourself. Nothing is new. As children we’re very good at being in tune with our environment and very good at protecting ourselves to feel safe. Even if you had a good childhood, you learned ways of how to act by watching your caregivers, parents, siblings, cousins and their behaviors, beliefs and expectations. Reparenting is the act of giving yourself what you needed as a child.

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How to Generously listen to yourself (inner child meditation) show art How to Generously listen to yourself (inner child meditation)

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This is a guided meditation to connect to your inner child. It is a simple and easy tool to create a ritual for yourself each day.

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Help for The People Pleaser show art Help for The People Pleaser

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You don’t have to fix yourself You’re not broken. By feeling your feelings, you return to your wholeness. If you’re constantly fixing, numbing and ignoring in order to be happy, you will always be chasing this destination. Happiness is fleeting – just like any other emotion. By honoring Life’s ups and downs, being with yourself and feeling your feelings fully, you’ll be able to find happiness in the process, build worthiness in your new skills, and trust your resilience that you are brave, matur

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Self-forgiveness: How to Heal Wounds by Connecting With Your Inner Child show art Self-forgiveness: How to Heal Wounds by Connecting With Your Inner Child

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The way we would talk to a child is so much different than we talk to our adult self. We’re harsh, judgmental and critical, but you would never be like that to a sweet young child. By connecting to the sweet little girl or boy in you, it’s easier to be kinder and softer to yourself. Creating a practice of self-forgiveness is one way you can begin to deepen your compassion towards yourself and expand your self-love. LMK if this is helpful: www.AudreySuttonMills.com. Join me for SOUL SCHOOL 10/5/2020

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4 Ways to Help When You Want to Quit show art 4 Ways to Help When You Want to Quit

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Today, you'll learn 4 ways to help you combat your itty-bitty-shitty-committee when you get down in those dark places and want to quit. Your hardest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life. Don’t quit! You’re about to breakthrough. It’s happening. Keep going! LMK how this is helping you. Thank you for sharing, rating and reviewing this podcast! xo Audrey

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You're in Resistance When You're About to Transform show art You're in Resistance When You're About to Transform

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This week’s mantra is: “I’m in resistance because I’m about to transform.”

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I sat at my dad’s tombstone balling my eyes out like a baby (cue super ugly cry). Outloud, I poured out my fears, insecurities and doubts to him.

I miss him.

My dad was my best friend. 

He was my greatest teacher and my biggest cheerleader. He was the one I went to for advice. He passed away almost a year ago, just 2 weeks before my baby was born.

It’s been hard to raise a baby … and myself.

A few weeks ago, I went to see Marie Forleo and Amy Purdy at her live book launch, and Marie said, “Not everything is fixable, but everything is figureoutable.” 

Death is something out of our control and is not fixable.

But Life IS figureoutable.

As I poured out my insecurities and fears outloud to him, I heard his voice clearly, “I may not be with you, but you have the answers within you. I am here.”

Even though he’s not here in flesh, I heard his wisdom clearly:

  1. Stay in your lane

Stop worrying about others or comparing yourself to other peoples’ successes. Be happy for them. You have your own gifts to share. Focus on that.

  1. Service > popularity

Let go of trying to be popular and liked. Be yourself and speak from your heart. Focus on providing quality content that comes from your heart, and you’ll always be proud of yourself for showing up authentically.

  1. Inspire yourself

When you feel stuck, inspire yourself - learn something new, read, move your body, breathe. There is inspiration out there if you look. Feel inspired by doing the things that inspire you.

  1. Be gentle and enjoy 

You’re exactly where you’re supposed to be in your journey. You may not be able to see the finish line now. Pick up your head, look around. Look at the path you’ve created and smile. Enjoy THIS moment.

Although he is gone, I still hear his whispers of wisdom that guides me. 

This was on my mind, so I thought I would share this special moment. Hopefully some of his words resonates with you too and helps you today wherever you’re at on your journey.