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Serenity Now: Holistic Approaches to Health & Happiness
3 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
Toxic Productivity : Spoken Word on Our Addiction to Doing
Spoken word by Danielle Ratliff. Background music licensed by Envato Elements.
5 minutes | Feb 11, 2021
Mindfulness for Stress & Anxiety
A brief guided mindfulness exercise for stress & anxiety. Learn more about my guided meditation bundle and personalized meditations at www.joyfulrising.com. Guided meditation by Danielle Ratliff. 396 Hz background music produced by Gaia Meditation.
25 minutes | Sep 6, 2019
Ep 38: Addicted to Busy
Are you addicted to busyness? In epidsode (my first recording in 11 weeks), I challenge you to think about whether or not you are “addicted to busy” like me. I know I was and I wore it like a badge of honor. It was part of my identity. I’ve made a lot of changes over the last year in regards to work-life balance. I stopped networking and saying yes to every social invite at the end of 2018. In June, I stepped back from my role as a weekly talk radio show/podcast host and only recorded new shows sporadically as I felt inspired. But it wasn’t until I stepped back from my role as a massage therapist here to just run Serenity Now as an owner that my work hours decreased to a traditional 40-hour workweek. And as I suddenly had more time for myself, there was an epiphany moment … I was unconsciously using my busyness as an avoidance strategy. Underneath everything, there were buried emotions I didn’t want to acknowledge. And as long as I was busy, there was no time to feel those things. Slowing down and creating space allowed my repressed anger and insecurity to bubbled up. It wasn’t pretty and it wasn’t fun, but I needed to feel those not so pleasant emotions to release them. Are you unconsciously avoiding something with busyness, too? Allowing yourself to acknowledge and feel the things you hide from the world (and yourself) is a beautiful thing – because then you can move forward. You can transition into a better version of yourself. There wasn’t a script or outline for this episode. And while the perfectionist in me thinks it would have been more polished if I’d followed a plan like I used to, it’s raw and real. Just me and the mic and my thoughts on how I began the process of undoing my addiction to busyness. How I began releasing my repressed anger and insecurities. If you think you might be “addicted to busy,” I hope you’ll give it a listen and start creating space in your life to release whatever lies buried beneath the surface. Website: www.joyfulrising.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: www.instagram.com/joyfulrising Facebook: www.facebook.com/joyfulrisingwithdanielle
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