In this incredibly insightful episode, Dr. Gary Salyer joins us for a deep dive into the core themes of his book, “Safe to Love Again.”
We explore attachment theory, attachment styles, and the potential for individuals to reclaim secure love.
Dr. Salyer emphasizes the importance of understanding our emotions as “permission slips” – guiding our choices and experiences.
Join us as we discuss…
The four attachment styles and how they shape your approach to love and connection
Dr. Salyer’s recommendations for those with anxious or avoidant attachment styles to rediscover a sense of security and emotional well-being
How your emotions guide your life and relationships
How early feelings are etched in your brain’s amygdala, influencing your sense of safety and empowerment
How your brain processes information, shaped by encoded feelings, and its impact on your experiences
The brain’s natural tendency to focus on threats and its role in perception
How emotions and experiences leave bioenergetic imprints in your body and their importance in well-being
Harnessing the transformative potential of breath to shift from fight or flight to a state of calm and safety
How connecting to your higher self provides a pathway to empowerment and change
A sneak peek into Dr. Salyer’s upcoming 5 day challenge and online course
Dr. Salyer’s work offers profound insights and it was such a pleasure to speak with him! Stay connected with him here: www.garysalyer.com
Here are the links to the first episode with Dr. Gary Salyer and the overview of the context we dove deeper into on the current episode:
Check out the new Conscious Languaging courses I just launched live two weeks ago. These are POWERFUL processes to help achieve what Dr. Salyer and I address in the podcast.
Thanks for tuning in!