She had to say about working with me:
"At 39 years old, I had come to a place in my life where I had vowed to stop reading self-help books. I had spent YEARS trying to better myself. Meanwhile, I saw my husband and other friends having success by concentrating on anything but self-help stuff.
For years I had been involved in yoga, therapy, and anything I could find that might make me happier, more peaceful, more successful. I had finally gotten to a place in life where I was somewhat content, yet still felt behind and unfulfilled.
I’ve known Rachel for years through the yoga community. I knew she was very serious about anything she took on and always comes from a place of genuine compassion to help people. She does this work not because she has to but because she wants to. When she told me about...
If you're an empath, you might have been told you're "too emotional'. Not to worry. You're just naturally healing. Your body knows exactly what to do.
Tears help protect our eyes by removing irritants, reducing stress hormones, and tears contain antibodies that naturally protect our eyes.
They allow your eyes to clear out irritants, protect our eyes from infection, and are a part of the body’s department of defense.
After crying, our breathing and heart rate decrease, and we enter into a calmer biological and emotional state.
Emotional tears contain stress hormones. They shed hormones and toxins that build up during stress. Crying also stimulates the production of endorphins, our body’s natural pain killer and “feel-good” hormones.
Crying is also essential to resolve grief when waves of tears periodically come over us...