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395 – Managing Triggers at the Holidays

‘Tis the season…for triggers!

 

At the holidays, stress, drinking, spending money and spending time with others all increase. And with that, comes a decrease in patience, sleep, time for self and all the things that make us more resilient to stress.

 

Add in the fact that we tend to be around people we aren’t normally around for longer periods of time, and it’s a landmine for triggers. 

 

But as you know, I love triggers because they are such a powerful opportunity to look at and work on our limiting beliefs. 

 

So, I invite you to view this year’s triggers as a holiday gift…a chance to not only learn about yourself but eradicate triggers for good.

 

Don’t worry: I’m not sending you out there without a plan. I’m giving you 10 steps to work with a trigger so you can be prepared for whatever comes your way this holiday season. 

 

The first four steps will help you regulate your nervous system, calm down and come back into balance when triggered. These are a lifesaver if you’re at a gathering where you need to keep your cool until you can work on the trigger!

 

Then the last six steps will teach you exactly how to work with your triggers so you can heal the limiting beliefs beneath them, get unstuck and get triggered a whole lot less in the future.

 

Listen to discover:

 

  • Why the holidays are a prime time for triggers
  • What a trigger is and where they come from 
  • Why triggers are an amazing opportunity to work with limiting beliefs
  • The difference between a trigger and a true emotion
  • 10 steps to work with a trigger

 

Sure, maybe triggers are like finding a pair of socks wrapped up under the tree – not what you wanted, but what you needed. They’re still a gift! 

 

I hope you discover so much about yourself this holiday season and transform those triggers so you can live with more peace all year long! 

 

“That is what a trigger is: it is a belief that I have about myself.” – Michelle Chalfant 

 

“Triggers are a way to help us to find and identify limiting beliefs that we have about ourselves.” – Michelle Chalfant 

 

“A trigger is something that we carry with us…When you can move on from something, it’s not a trigger.” – Michelle Chalfant 

 

“More than likely, most of these beliefs – crazy enough – are from the age of zero to six. And Carl Jung says the average age is actually three, where these beliefs have been planted into the unconscious mind.” – Michelle Chalfant

 

“Your breath is your savior because it will help you to stay present. It helps to keep you slow. It helps to rebalance the nervous system.” – Michelle Chalfant

 

“The way out of our pain, the way out of our triggers is to go through.” – Michelle Chalfant

 

“​​Energy does not stay constant, my friends. So, if you allow it to do whatever it needs to do, it will start to move through you.” – Michelle Chalfant

 

“You will find [with] this tool [that] you’re gonna be able to use it not just at the holidays but the rest of your life. It is empowering.” – Michelle Chalfant

 

LINKS & RESOURCES

 

Join The Adult Chair® Coaching Certification Waitlist – Doors Open December 1! 

https://theadultchair.com/certification

 

Tanasi 

https://tanasi.com/ 

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MORE ADULT CHAIR

 

The Adult Chair® Website

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The Adult Chair® Coaching Certification

https://theadultchair.com/certification 

 

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