Listen in as Christine summarizes the main lessons and blessings we all gained from 2018 and forecasts what is up for us in 2019. She then guides you through a beautiful meditation to gracefully let go of 2018 and begin co-creating 2019.
This call is about using a creative process to create vibrations high enough to reshape your story. Tiffany feels blocked by her past. She has done the mental work but still feels blocked emotionally. Remember, it’s never too late to reshape your story. Don’t think just because Tiffany is a young woman, as an older man or woman you can’t reshape your story. It’s not too late for you.
Natalie Jill is a Fat Loss Expert turned high performance coach. She helps people across the globe reach their health, business and life goals BY empowering them to level up and create everything from nothing.
This call is about the importance of soothing and nurturing ourselves so we feel safe. Caller, Sally, doesn’t feel motivated and wants guidance on how to break the pattern of feeling down. When we feel safe, we automatically feel more creative and relaxed. We have the opportunity to restore and replenish ourselves and when we feel safe, we are also able to process and heal wounds and traumas.
Ajit was born to a middle-income family in Jaipur and grew up in an extended family of 23 other people under one roof. Space and money were scarce, and so as a little boy, he dreamt of abundance.
This call is about sorting through emotional traffic and protecting yourself energetically. If you feel like an empath or a sensitive person, chances are you are someone who has emotional intelligence and is impacted by the energy and emotions of others. If family members or friends call you sensitive or over-dramatic, this episode with Tiffany provides guidance on how to deal with your empathic gift.
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When empaths or highly-sensitive people are flooded with other people’s emotions, it’s like traffic that slows us down. It can make us more triggerable, and it takes us longer to see clearly what is truly triggering us. We have to get out of traffic emotionally. We do that by processing our own feelings and by setting emotional boundaries. So, we can be compassionate with people but not sympathetic.
The more we can be in compassion, not sympathy, the more we can keep our emotional immune system up and be emotionally healthy. If highly-sensitive people don’t process their own emotions or discern what are their emotions or someone else’s, they can be highly-reactive, a.k.a. dramatic.
When we keep ourselves emotionally healthy, we are less likely to be drained by other people’s emotions. It’s important not to isolate yourself to protect yourself. Being alone is replenishing but we all need other people. Don’t fear people or connections.
It is super important to let go of the limiting belief that you think something is wrong with you. You need to update your beliefs and know that nothing is wrong with you. You need to find your tribe.
Connect with like-minded people on January 3rd. For just $20 you can be part of my virtual group coaching session. It includes a guided meditation and will help you to reflect, renew and replenish yourself this season. Go to ChristineHassler.com/group to sign up.
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● Are you often called out for being over-sensitive or being dramatic or reactive?
● Do you find yourself drained or triggered by people who are making choices you are not aligned with?
● Do you feel like the black sheep of your family or that no one really gets you?
● Do you tend to attract emotionally unavailable people into your life?
● Do you find solace in isolation and feel safer being alone?
● When it comes to feeling, do you have intense feelings and overwhelm and unbearable sadness?
Tiffany is feeling lost and overwhelmed and feels like something is wrong with her. She asks for guidance on how she can embrace her empathy.
Tiffany’s Key Insights and Ahas:
● People tell her she is too sensitive.
● She feels she is different from her other family members.
● She is affected by other people’s actions.
● She feels things very deeply.
● She navigates through everyone else’s feelings.
● She is drawn to people who are ‘shut down.’
● She feels isolated and lonely at times.
● She is triggered by certain experiences.
● She doubts her thoughts and feelings.
● She is a people pleaser.
How to Get Over It and On With It:
● She needs to protect her energy and learn how to reduce the amount of traffic on her emotional freeway.
● She needs to upgrade her spiritual hygiene and read books about being an empath.
● She needs to clean up her own unprocessed feelings.
● She should do the emotional release work in Expectation Hangover.
● She needs to listen to her inner voice.
● She needs to let go the belief that something is wrong with her and own her gifts.
Takeaways For You:
● Read books written for empaths.
● Find out what the best spiritual hygiene practices for you are.
● Don’t people-please or think you get your value from making other people feel better.
● Process and clear your emotional traffic.
● Join my Personal Mastery Course to meet like-minded people and to start meeting your tribe.
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Listen in as Christine and her partner, Stefanos, answer listener questions about dating and relationships. Topics discussed are: what to do when someone cheats in the relationship, how to get over the pain of being single and dating advice for introverts.
This call is about friendship and making friends as an adult. Today’s caller, Nicole, wants to move past a break up with a childhood friend and make trusting, intimate connections and friendships in her adult life. As adults, we have more communications strategies but we also have longer stories about what we judge as not good enough. This episode highlights the opportunities that present themselves when we feel, deal, and heal with imprints from our past.
In this episode, Christine explains why we feel lonely and gives you three different pathways to deal with (and overcome) loneliness this holiday season.
This call is about finding the motivation to be consistent and committed to working on important projects and self-care. Today’s caller, Jenna, would like to follow through with her passion project but limiting beliefs created in during her childhood and her fear of disappointment keep her from taking action. If you can relate to a lack of motivation or self-sabotaging behavior, then you will receive a lot from this episode.
Christine shares her personal gratitude ritual and leads you through a gratitude affirmation process. You can download her guided gratitude meditation at: https://christinehassler.com/gratitude
This call is about overcoming roadblocks to motivation. Desiree calls in concerned about her ability to follow through, and commit to her goals. But, in this as in most coaching sessions, we delve deeper into why she is holding herself back and suppressing her feelings. If you relate to not feeling motivated and are ready to shine your light, this episode will help you discover how to take risks and go after your dreams.
Christine speaks with author and workplace expert Dan Schawbel about how technology has led to increased feelings of loneliness and isolation. Listen in to surprising stats about our how our addiction to devices is de-humanizing us and get tips on how to be more connected to actual human beings!
This call is about feeling worthy and transforming the inner critic. Elizabeth calls in asking for daily mantras, actions, and tools to help her feel worthy of a loving relationship. She is struggling with enoughness. She wants to get over a ‘toxic’ relationship from her past and truly embrace, rather than sabotage, the healthy relationship she is in now. We get to the fundamental ouch or significant life event that created the misunderstanding that perpetuates her feelings of not being enough.
In this episode, Christine talks through why vulnerability is so important to healthy relationships and how to do it in a safe way. Vulnerability creates more authenticity in our lives which leads to deeper connections and greater intimacy.
This call is about being willing and committed to truly healing past trauma. The caller, Cory, asks how to process her trauma in a way that doesn’t make her feel more traumatized. If any of you are feeling this way and want to understand how to process your past without fear and crying all the time, I think you will appreciate this episode. And, if trauma has been part of your past listen to this episode in a calm space where you can really take it in.
Sadie Lincoln is the co-founder and CEO of barre3, a fitness company focused on teaching people to be balanced in body and empowered from within. Starting in 2008 with the flagship studio in Portland, Oregon, barre3 has grown to include more than 140 franchise studios powered by female entrepreneurs, plus an online-workout streaming-subscriber base in 98+ countries.
This call is about releasing pain and leaning into spirituality. The caller, Mel, is asking the existential questions about the purpose of life and why we are here. Many people ask themselves these same questions and it is important for us all to discover our own spiritual path and beliefs. If we believe that our soul traverses multiple lifetimes, part of the reason we come back is to evolve out of pain.
Dr. Matt Kreinheder joins me today on coaches corner to answer these questions. He is is a transformational healer, speaker, coach, and author of the book: Awakening the Mystic. Dr. Matt has a doctorate in chiropractic, a master's degree in acupuncture and has professionally written for publications all over the globe.
This call is about self-love and overcoming self-induced judgments. Anneke calls in for guidance about how she can start being her true self. She vulnerably opens up about the fear that comes up when she compares herself to others and her feelings of loneliness. We cover a lot of ground in this session including how she can make a transition into full, authentic self-expression. This is the very first coaching episode of this podcast that originally aired on Oct 22, 2015.
This is a deeply personal episode for me . . . I get personal, I am sharing someone with you who means a great deal to me personally and we are talking about a topic I am deeply passionate about: sexual healing.
If you have a passion, a calling, or a gift you want to share with the world but you can’t seem to get it started or make a living at it, then you will love this episode. Today’s caller, Layla, has a passion for music and would like guidance on how to share her gift fully with the world. We decode the major block that commonly gets in the way of sharing one’s gifts with the world.
As she rose up the ranks to star status in the fitness industry, Patricia Moreno found herself trapped in a vicious cycle of body consciousness, resorting to extreme exercise and dieting to maintain her appearance. She thought, “Here I am, doing all of these crazy things behind the scenes and preaching exercise and diet—and it's not working for me.”
This coaching session is about the need for love and connection. Whether or not you struggle in your relationship with food like Christina does, what we really end up talking about is how loneliness and a lack of love can lead us to fill ourselves up with other things. I also explain how stress can increase the appetite making it harder to have a healthy relationship with food.
Inspired by many listener questions and national mental health day on Oct 10th, Christine shares her personal journey with overcoming depression and managing anxiety in this episode. She offers insight on what causes depression and/or anxiety as well as tips for better mental health.