Well, hello anxiety with Dr Jodi Richardson
72. Awe, an antidote to anxiety w/ Jake Eagle, Psychotherapist, Mindfulness Instructor and Author
When was the last time you experienced awe? And what’s it got to do with anxiety? Hmmm, it can be a tricky one because we typically think awe comes from big moments, like seeing the Eiffel Tower, visiting the Grand Canyon, visiting Uluru or swimming with Whale Sharks. While each of those experiences is bound to elicit awe, we can actually experience awe in everyday moments, inside our homes or workplaces and outside in nature.
In this episode Jake Eagle, Psychotherapist and co-author of The Power of Awe explains the powerful role of awe in reducing anxiety quickly, where we can find awe in everyday moments and how to use the A.W.E. strategy to elicit the greatest benefit from these moments.
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