Welcome to this week’s episode of the Hidden Potential Podcast! In this episode, your host Sarah Saffari interviews Coach and Holistic Designer Kimberly Garner. Kimberly talks about how the environment and the external situations surrounding us can influence and affect what we think and how we feel. According to Kimberly, it all starts with intention and putting intention in every little thing in our life.
“You have to allow yourself to feel in your body that trauma. We can’t just intellectualize it because we’re grown ups.” – Kimberly Garner
Rearranging our thoughts and working on our inner self is the key to actually change our life and routines. Tune in to your inner person, focus your mind on personal mantras and bring your awareness to what you are thinking: that’s the only way to step out of old and unwanted behaviors.
“When we decide that we’re going to follow our hearts and go against the grain of our comfort zone, that’s when the subconscious is triggered into high alert.” – Kimberly Garner
Kimberly also explains how unhealed traumas can be triggered all over again in your adult life if not taken care of. Be curious about what is causing the struggles, and make changes step by step. Triggers of old traumas are big thresholds. They are big moments and decisive moments. It’s also important to know that some things you were thought no longer serve you and these false beliefs must be left behind.
About Kimberly Garner
Kimberly Garner is a coach & holistic designer. Her work method involves the subconscious mind, neuroscience, holistic coaching, and interior design. Through courses and training, Kimberly teaches other individuals how to identify what they want, how to stop self sabotaging, and how to heal interior distresses.
[01:55] – The early stages of Kimberly’s career;
[05:18] – What to do when we cannot change – and benefit from – the environment?
[14:21] – How can someone be greater than the environment and start to heal past traumas;
[18:50] – What to do when we are triggered by old traumas?
[24:34] – How to not fall into the trap of repeating old behaviors;
[31:12] – Kimberly explains why change takes courage;
[38:51] – The importance of decluttering our household from memories;
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