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Encore Episode: The Four Elements of Healing

From the Show: Mindful Medicine
Summary: Learn indigenous tips to help heal from trauma.
Air Date: 7/10/18
Duration: 27:01
Host: Holly Lucille, RN, ND
Guest Bio: Anita Sanchez, PhD
Dr. Anita SanchezAnita Sanchez, PhD, is a transformational leadership consultant, speaker, coach and author of the new book, The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times, coming in September 2017 from Enliven, a new imprint from Atria Publishing Group of Simon & Schuster.

She bridges indigenous teachings with the latest science to inspire and equip women and men to enjoy meaningful, empowered lives and careers.

With four decades of experience coaching and training executives and their teams in dozens of Fortune 500 companies, governmental groups and non-governmental agencies, Anita is an established leader in global organizational change initiatives. She is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council with luminaries such as Jack Canfield, Marianne Williamson and John Gray, as well as the Association of Transformational Leaders, the Evolutionary Business Council, and serves on the Boards of the Bioneers organization and the Pachamama Alliance.

Anita resides in the mountains outside of Boulder, CO with her husband and sons.
Encore Episode: The Four Elements of Healing
Trauma is common, physical and emotional. Healing takes work on all levels.

The four elements of healing from an indigenous point-of-view are based on connection.

  1. Listen. Listen to yourself and your environment. It’s never too late to learn how to listen. You can identify when something is out of place by listening what is happening inside and outside of yourself.
  2. Supportive relationships. Seek supportive relationships that shine the light on things when something is amiss. Be supportive of yourself.
  3. Unconditional love. You can’t help but heal when you are loved, especially by yourself. You’re connected to yourself, other people, nature and the spiritual world. You are worth loving.
  4. Positive action. It’s okay to hope, wish and pray for things. Action is necessary to make change. You won't change if you return to the same routines. See a therapist, priest or counselor to talk through your trauma.
Listen as Dr. Anita Sanchez joins Dr. Holly Lucille to share how you can begin healing from trauma.