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Pouring Into Ourselves Before Thinking of Helping Others with Dr. Lydia Luna

Season 3, Ep. 108

When was the last time you took a moment to remove your shoes, breathe, and take care of yourself? 


Taking care of ourselves is somehow associated with being selfish and neglecting others' needs. The negative talk and criticism around self-care are so loud that we put our needs and desires last; we give until we are depleted, and we end up exhausted, unhappy, and with growing resentment. 


In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Lydia Luna, a Clinical Psychologist, Breathwork Guide, and Spiritual Entrepreneur. She is the creator of the Moon Collective Sanctuary, where she offers in-person retreats and virtual gatherings to promote integrative care and several healing modalities, like soul discussions, breathwork, Reiki, hypnotherapy, sound healing, and body movement. Dr. Lydia soon learned the importance of being financially and emotionally independent; she used the hardships she went through in her childhood as a catalyst to improve and heal and to cement her path as a caretaker, facilitator, and healer. 


Tune in to Episode 108 of Amiga, Handle Your Shit, and learn about Dr. Lydia's upbringing, her passion for helping others, and why she decided to found the Moon Collective Sanctuary. We talk about why we tend to repeat specific patterns, even those that hurt us, how to break the cycle of giving and not receiving, why men struggle to deal with their feelings, and so much more. 


In This Episode, You Will Learn:

About Dr. Lydia's background and tough childhood (3:16)

Why some patterns repeat themselves (9:27)

If you do nothing but give, you become resentful (14:30)

The moment Dr. Lydia listened to her inner voice and created the Moon Collective Sanctuary (18:50)

Why most men struggle to deal with their feelings (26:18)

Two practical pieces of advice to handle your shit from Dr. Lydia Luna (32:28)


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