Morning Motivation for Educators

Candace Nas, a physical therapist and wellness coach, shares insights on embracing inner child healing by reflecting on past traumas and offering self-compassion. She emphasizes the importance of connecting with our inner child to address wounds and triggers, encouraging listeners to prioritize self-love and playfulness. Through her own experience with her daughter, Candace highlights the affirmations needed for self-worth and acceptance, inviting others on a journey of self-discovery and growth towards greatness.

Show Notes

Today, I, Candace Nas, a physical therapist, wellness coach, and mother of six, reflect on the importance of connecting with our inner child to address and heal past traumas. I share the gratitude I feel for a joyful moment with my daughter, emphasizing the significance of embracing fun and spontaneity in life. We delve into the concept of trauma, both personal and generational, and its impact on our inner child wounds. It's crucial to acknowledge these wounds, offer compassion to our younger selves, and provide the love and support we needed in those moments of pain. I encourage listeners to take time to connect with their inner child, to reflect on past traumas, and to offer words of reassurance and love to themselves. By engaging in this process, we can unravel our triggers, which often stem from unhealed wounds, and work towards healing and self-compassion. Through my own experience of dancing with my daughter, I discovered the affirmations I needed to tell my inner child – affirmations of self-worth, love, and acceptance. As we prioritize playfulness, self-love, and inner child healing, we can transform our relationship with ourselves and others. I invite you to join me on this journey of self-discovery and growth, and remind you that you are designed for greatness. Thank you for being part of this discussion, and I look forward to connecting with you further through my podcast, "Design for Greatness with Candace Nos."

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What is Morning Motivation for Educators?

On this show, educators get a daily dose of inspiration helping them do the most important job in the world, helping students become amazing adults. You’ll hear from a variety of formal and informal educators who help put this podcast together. If you’d like to contribute your voice to this show, please go to Morning Motivation E D U dot com to apply. 40- Embrace your Inner Child CANDICE CHRISTIANSEN NOSS.vtt