Are you an empath or consider yourself a sensitive soul? Do you feel like you are:
Low energy during the day and mind racing at night?
If so you are in the right place. I am going to offer you 5 steps to help you!
As an Empath myself I know how hard it can be. We often feel like we have to be 'wonder woman' and it starts to take a toll on our health.
In this 5 Day Email Challenge let's work on a few solid ways to start feeling better!
Here's why I am passionate about this.
I had a personal struggle with being the 'yes person'.
I felt like I had to be 'wonder woman' to help 'save the world'.
I said yes ALL the time and I didn't know, at that time, that part of the issue was that I was an empath and felt like I was taking on the world's problems. And I literally was.
It cause me to 'burnout'
Here's what happened. I fell over with chest pains and mental confusion. I was rushed to the hospital, but they just assumed I was 'drunk' or an 'addict.' They even refused to call my cardiologist or give me basic care.
I left the ER worse than when I came in. And more frustrated. Later my Cardiologist said, you have Dysautonomia, POTS, but I can't help you. Sorry.
That's when I realized I had NO HELP. So I had to take a step back and take a hard look at my life.
I did that. One thing I didn't realize was how being an empath played a roll. I didn't even think about it at the time.
So, I used my skills as an herbalist and I started learning about functional medicine principles and I started taking myself and my health more seriously and starting setting boundaries and making myself a priority. I started taking self care religiously serious!
That was 10 years ago and long story short. now I feel better than in my 20's! And I am on ZERO medications!
As an Empath I'd like to reach out to others! So, I'd like to share a few of the activities that I do to help and I hope you will like them too.
Kelli, also know as, Maw-Maw Kelli is native-born Appalachian girl that grew up in the hills of WV riding motorcycles, playing in creek and learning to forage with her grandmothers. She learned her first herb, 'yeller root tea' as a teenager.
Commonly referred to as ‘Wild Woman’ she is a naturalist and state and federal permitted wildlife rehabber and educator. She has rehabbed and released animals like, turtles, snakes, 'possums, squirrels, bunnies and hawks. She is the director of a non-profit wildlife organization.
She has advanced certifications in Clinical Herbalism, Clinical Aromatherapy, Nutritional Therapy, Health/Wellness Coaching and is a Flower Essence and Herbal Medicine maker.
With a Bachelor’s and a Master’s Degree (from accredited institutions) she is a student of life and loves being in nature with plants, trees, as well as enjoys animal tracking in the woods.
She also enjoys teaching and practicing martial arts and is a 4th Degree Black Belt, Master in Tae Kwon Do, and a Blue Belt in Gracie Jiu-Jitsu and practices Tai Chi.
She is passionate about helping other women relax and live calmer with herb, aromatherapy and other natural solutions.