Sherianna Boyle - Emotional Detox - 7 Steps to Release Toxicity and Energize Joy




Sherianna Boyle joined me on The Best Ever You Show to discuss her new book Emotional Detox. To listen and share the show on free replays, click: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/besteveryou/2019/01/17/sherianna-boyle--emotional-detox--7-steps-to-release-toxicity-and-energize-joy



Sherianna Boyle is the author of seven books the most recent being Emotional Detox.

The book helps you flush out negativity and clear a path for new positive habits, behaviors, and emotions with certified energy healer, yoga instructor, and psychology professor Sherianna Boyle’s emotional detox program, C.L.E.A.N.S.E.

When we think of a detox, we usually think of a physical experience. But it’s not just our physical bodies that need to be cleansed of the impurities we encounter and absorb in our daily lives—it’s our minds too. When we find ourselves unable to process our negative emotions and feel them becoming toxic to ourselves and those around us, it’s time for an Emotional Detox, a mindful and systematic guide to freedom from these troublesome feelings.

Wellness expert Sherianna Boyle has created the revolutionary the 7-step C.L.E.A.N.S.E. method to help you rid yourself of negativity, fear, worry, anger, and doubt, and guide you back toward a natural, energized state of pure joy and acceptance. Learn how to Clear your pathways, Look inward, Emit positivity, Activate, Nourish, Surrender, and Ease your way into your best self and a happier and healthier life. Emotional Detox is a much-needed reset for the soul.


Signs You Could Use a Detox

If you find yourself trying to fix everyone else’s problems, feeling guilty for saying no, or becoming less engaged with the people around you, then you will receive help from a detox. If you take more time for others than you do for yourself or have experienced trauma, a detox is in order. If you are a thinker, dwell on life’s problems, or are finding it hard to be in the present moment, an emotional detox is something to consider.

Here are some of the signs to look for:

Easily distracted

Worrying about or fearful of the future

Losing or gaining weight

Binge eating or eating too little

Financial insecurity

Relationship problems

Lying to yourself or others

Avoiding certain people or places

Spending too much time alone

Ignoring your gut feelings

Feeling overwhelmed

Considering or having an affair

Drinking or doing drugs to escape the pressures in life

Focusing (or stuck) on the past more than the present

Trouble speaking up for yourself

Self-doubt or second-guessing your choices

Feeling stuck or out of balance

Easily swayed by the opinions of others

Comparing yourself to others or not feeling “good enough”

Feeling like you work hard but nothing changes.


There are also some physical symptoms, such as:

Trouble sleeping

Chronic tension

Headaches

AllergiesIllness or pain

Depression and anxiety.

Other reasons to detox include:


Looking to deepen your relationship with yourself and others

Wanting to forgive, move on, or let go but are unsure how

Feeling stuck in the past

Feeling lonely, too old, or unsure of what your purpose is

Interested in learning how to be more present and mindful.


One of the greatest things you will learn from an emotional detox is how to digest your feelings both verbally and nonverbally. You will see how there is more to emotions than expressing them. Without awareness, talking about our feelings can be a form of reactivity.


Sherianna Boyle is an adjunct Psychology Professor, seasoned yogi and founder of the C.L.E.A.N.S.E Method™ and C.L.E.A.N.S.E Yoga™ which was featured in Yoga Journal. She leads Emotional Detox retreats at Kripalu Yoga & Health Center. Her next weekend retreat is Feb 22, 2019. Her books, on line courses with Spirituality & Health can be found at www.sheriannaboyle.com

Excerpted from Emotional Detox: 7 Steps to Release Toxicity and Energize Joy by Sherianna Boyle, Med, CAGS. © 2018 Adams Media, a division of Simon and Schuster. Used by permission of the publisher. All rights reserved.

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