"If there is anything we would have changed in our healing journey, before going into the body, we would have gone to the emotions and worked on the heart and soul first. Mindset includes being mindful, regulating your nervous system, processing your feelings, and connecting to your body."
As a society, we are hardwired to base our worth on our achievements. Driven daily by motivation and other people's successes, we take pride in overworking to exhaustion. Our bodies beg for pause and rest, yet we cannot sit still, even for a moment.
The mind, body, and soul are created to be connected. And if this connection is severed, like an engine out of alignment, it is only a matter of time before it conks out with weird, uncontrollable issues.
Today we feature our beloved Gutsy Podcast co-host, Gina Worful. As a certified dietitian and holder of a Master's in Human Nutrition, she narrates the story of her traumatic birth and the lifelong impact of that experience imprinted on her body.
Gina has always been obsessed with health through her mom's influence. Coming from a cheerful, tight-knit family, she even formed her identity by building a company with her sister, which, as it turns out, she would leave later.
Such fateful events led to her rock bottom, which also embarked her on an inward journey of identifying the root cause of her troubles and finally having a deeper understanding of the true meaning of wholeness to living a healthy, happy life.
More than just following and researching protocols, know first there is a soul and science of healing. Join us and listen to Episode 49 of the Gutsy Health Podcast to learn more!
Ask your mother about your birth to know your origin and yourself fully.
Gina Worful 6:51
Unresolved anxieties can become physical manifestations when not recognized and treated early on.
Gina Worful 13:48
The psychology of fear and terror is why we betray our bodies.
Gina Worful 24:10
When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.
Gina Worful 36:39
Imagine your inner child. As adults, we can identify thoughts or feelings that we previously had no words for when we were younger.
Gina Worful 45:07