E14: Embodiment in Difficult Times with Elizabeth DiAlto

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014: Embodiment in Difficult Times with Elizabeth DiAlto
byLourenia Carsillo

Are you feeling stressed out and overwhelmed during these difficult times? 

In today’s episode, I am talking to my friend, teacher, and coach, Elizabeth DiAlto. She is the creator of an embodiment program called Wild Soul Movement that has been one of the most valuable practices of my adult life. Through working with Elizabeth I’ve learned how to embody the truths that are inside of me in a way that is deeper and more connected to who I am as a human being, as a soul, as a business person, and pretty much everywhere in my life. 

Today, Elizabeth will be sharing about how to live an embodied life in difficult times. Plus, she’ll share how everything we’ve always needed has always been inside of us and what that means for you. 

This could be one of the most special episodes I’ve recorded so far because of how much this practice has impacted my own life. I hope you love these practices as much as I do and start implementing them right away. 

 

In this episode we discuss…

  • [4:50] Why Wild Soul Movement is built for challenging times and why it’s crucial for dealing with difficulties 
  • [8:22] How Elizabeth came to believe that everything you’ve ever needed has always been inside you
  • [11:16] What we learn by falling down and failing
  • [15:05] How you can use embodiment work to move through paralysis and figure out what you can do to help others
  • [20:40] The value of being sensitive 
  • [25:53] How to stop taking things personally
  • [32:00] What to do to process your emotions
  • [37:19] Practical tips for how to stop freaking out

 

Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Power Pay What You Can Program Untamed by Glennon DoyleCord Cutting and Grounding PracticesTruth Telling Podcast Episode 336: Divesting from Perfectionism with Jess Fish 

 

About Elizabeth DiAlto: Known for her raw, honest, and grounded approach to leadership, growth and connection, Elizabeth DiAlto is the creator of Wild Soul Movement, an author, and the host of the popular Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto podcast. She’s been a teacher, leader, speaker, coach and trainer to groups and individuals for 17 years in three different industries.

Elizabeth works with women internationally through her digital programs and speaking engagements and more intimately through in-person intensives, retreats, workshops, Wild Soul Movement™ teacher training, and occasional one-on-one engagements. Her greatest mission in this life is to help those who identify as women worldwide to reclaim and redefine their own womanhood, and contribute to a new paradigm of culture where it is both safe and natural for women to love, trust, and accept themselves fully. In 2013, Shape Magazine listed her alongside Dr Oz, Ellen, Jillian Michaels, Tim Ferriss and more as a Top 30 Motivator. She has written for and been featured in Marie Claire, New York Magazine, SELF, Shape, The Huffington Post, US News and Health Report, Yahoo! News and many more. Before developing the current work she does with women, Elizabeth was a nationally-ranked Sales Rep and District Manager for Vector Marketing (with over $1 million in sales to her credit), a certified personal trainer, group exercise instructor and nutrition coach. She’s a Reiki Master, has completed Energy Mastery trainings with Energetic Solutions, and is an avid student of many spiritual traditions and sacred lineages. Aside from being a prolific creator and community builder, she’s an insatiable learner and a sensualist who loves spas, bathtubs, dancing (especially salsa!), reading, traveling, spending time in nature, and she has a laugh that has been described as, “a sound bath of sunshine and JOY.”

Are you feeling stressed out and overwhelmed during these difficult times?

In today’s episode, I am talking to my friend, teacher, and coach, Elizabeth DiAlto. She is the creator of Wild Soul Movement, an embodiment program that has been one of the most valuable practices of my adult life.

Through working with Elizabeth I’ve learned how to embody the truths that are inside of me in a way that is deeper and more connected to who I am as a human being, as a soul, as a business person, and pretty much everywhere in my life. 

Today, Elizabeth will be sharing about how to live an embodied life in difficult times.

Plus, she’ll share how everything we’ve always needed has always been inside of us and what that means for you. 

This could be one of the most special episodes I’ve recorded so far because of how much this practice has impacted my own life. I hope you love these practices as much as I do and start implementing them right away. 

Episode 14 Recap

  • [4:50] Why Wild Soul Movement is built for challenging times and why it’s crucial for dealing with difficulties
     
  • [8:22] How Elizabeth came to believe that everything you’ve ever needed has always been inside you

  • [11:16] What we learn by falling down and failing

  • [15:05] How you can use embodiment work to move through paralysis and figure out what you can do to help others

  • [20:40] The value of being sensitive 

  • [25:53] How to stop taking things personally

  • [32:00] What to do to process your emotions

  • [37:19] Practical tips for how to stop freaking out

Resources Mentioned in Episode 14

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