Jun 14, 2019
"Most people have practiced character assassination for decades." - Nando Raynolds
Nando Raynolds is a psychotherapist and life coach who has helped hundreds of people manage their internal negativity with mindfulness and compassion.
He created the workbook, “Transforming Your Inner Critic into an Inner Coach.”
Today we talk about why we have the inner critic. And what I really love about Nando’s take on this - is he believes it’s just trying to help us. In the episode, you’ll hear practical tips to transform the voice from just a critic to one with constructive criticsm.
We talk about the different types of voices that show up in our head - like the one that makes us feel bad about the past and the one that tells us we can’t do it as we look to the future. Nando breaks down these voices to help us look at what they’re saying objectively.
We also talk about living on autopilot, how you can be mindful without meditating and how to accomplish your goals while being compassionate with yourself. If you have a negative voice in your head - this episode is for you!
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