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Sabrina Bolin

May 13, 2014
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Sabrina Bolin

From the first moment I heard Sabrina’s voice in a private session months ago – I knew she was one of a kind.  I feel honored to have her as a guest for the Shift Series and sharing with us her incredible light, innate calm, and divine unconditional love.  Sabrina’s work blends energetics, theta healing and hypnotherapy to help release trauma, pain and blocks. And what is so beautiful about her approach is that you don’t have to *know* what needs to be cleared – you just relax into the meditative quality of her voice and are guided to wellness.  Thrilled to introduce you to Sabrina Bolin…enjoy.

Lindsay and Sabrina talk about Intuition.

 

Intuition

Q. Tell us a little about yourself

I am an intuitive coach and hypnotherapist who believe world peace begins with inner peace. I guide my clients to that space of peace by teaching them how to listen to their intuition and make choices from that guided space. I also believe that everything is energy and that “stuck” energy from overwhelm and anxiety can become the fuel for healing and inspired action.

Q. What is your philosophy on healing or overcoming health challenges.

My philosophy on healing is that the power of presence is vital to allow the body to get aligned. Here’s what I mean: when we’re not 100% present with our bodies and experience, our pain often turns to suffering and we hook into the “story” around our pain (whether it’s physical or emotional). However when we are fully present with it, that pain will often begin to shift more naturally on its own. That doesn’t mean we can “cling” to the relief either – because that too will change. But by embracing this idea of change, we are always in a space of acceptance and hope, and from that space we can truly heal.

Q. How have you used adversity in your life to fuel your commitment to balance and wellness?

In retrospect I am in absolute gratitude for all of the challenges I’ve experienced throughout my life – I say in retrospect because I’ll be the first to admit that I didn’t necessarily feel grateful in the middle of it! But I’ve learned that my own growth – personal, physical, and spiritual – was ONLY possible because of these challenges. The way I allow this to fuel my commitment to balance and wellness is that I now see how keeping my physical health at the top of mind ensures that everything in my life runs more smoothly. And lest I ever forget, my body reminds me – whether it’s exhaustion, sore muscles, or actual illness.

Q. How do you stay healthy, resilient and vibrant?

I approach my health from the mind, body, and soul level, and there are varying practices I embrace in order to stay healthy, resilient, and vibrant. My mind runs a mile a minute, so I have a daily meditation practice that trains it to slow down for just a bit so that I can give myself clarity on all that I’m juggling in life. I treat my body to fresh, clean food, and I treat all of my senses with a weekly visit to my local Farmers Market to stock up on local and organic goodies. I also aim to move my body 2-3 times a week in addition to my daily walks with my dogs – yoga, hikes, kettle bells, jogging – I’m a big fan of moving my body in nature because that feeds into the health of my soul as well. Another way I focus on my soul’s health is through my own intuitive and reflective practices – I write a daily gratitude list, and I also journal twice a month (at the new moon and full moon) to really allow my truest self to express and be heard.

Q. What tips do you recommend for your clients dealing with / healing from illness?

Mindfulness and gratitude practices are top recommendations because it brings a deeper meaning to every moment – no matter how painful. I believe the mind/body connection is more powerful than we fully realize yet.

Q. If there was only one thing a person could find the energy and resources to make a priority what would it be?

Daily meditation – no matter what it looks like for you – will change your life in so many ways. For clients who are just starting these practices, I always invite them to start simply – as little as 5 minutes a day can make all the difference.

Q. What is your favorite inspirational quote for healing?

“Awareness is the greatest agent for change.”
~Eckhart Tolle

SabrinaBolin

Sabrina Bolin is an Intuitive Coach and Hypnotherapist who works with overwhelmed over-achievers stuck in the “should cycle” of their minds, guiding them to follow their inner guidance loud and clear so that they can make better decisions in their lives.

 

http://www.SabrinaBolin.com

lindsay

lindsay

Lindsay Pera is the co-founder and “Inspirer-in-Chief” of Chronic Wellness Tools and advocates for fostering an authentic healing relationship with yourself. She strives to share a message of hope, inspiration, of practical tools for getting unstuck and moving forward on your healing journey. Lindsay wants to live in a world where appreciation flows freely, kids play outdoors and lemons are in season year round.

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