EP.200 – The Power of Awe w/Jake Eagle, LPC
Overcome Burnout & Anxiety – Ease Chronic Pain – Find Clarity & Purpose in Less Than 1 Minute Per Day
Research has proven that mindfulness improves well-being and reduces stress, anxiety and pain.
But for some, the practice itself feels challenging and inaccessible. That’s where The A.W.E. Method comes in.
In The Power of Awe, therapist Jake Eagle and chronic pain specialist Michael Amster, MD, share their extraordinary yet simple mindfulness practice that turns ordinary moments into awe-inducing experiences.
Helping you effortlessly achieve a heightened state of consciousness usually reserved for seasoned practitioners of mindfulness – all within a matter of seconds.
The A.W.E Method quickly transports us into awe, an incredibly powerful emotion that produces wonderment and a heightened state of consciousness along with some remarkable changes in the mind and body that can improve health and wellness.
When was the last time you were truly in awe? perhaps it was when you went for a walk on beach, watching a sunset – maybe you felt goosebumps or you lost your sense of time.
Unbeknownst to you, some pretty incredible things were happening inside your body.
Your fight-flight-freeze response became less active and activity decreased in your brain’s default mode network, which is associated with both chronic pain and anxiety.
Your interleukin-6 levels decreased, which can reduce chronic inflammation and lower your risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and depression.
Being in awe can be beneficial to both your mind and body and now the AWE method provides a shortcut to all these benefits and is accessible to anyone, anywhere.
ATTENTION (give your full focus to something), WAIT (take a deep breath and appreciate that thing), EXHALE and EXPAND (as you exhale slowly, allow your feelings to expand and grow). 5-15 seconds, two or three times a day – that’s all it takes.
Yvette Le Blowitz Podcast Host talks with Jake Eagle, LPC co-author of The Power of Awe to find out how we can practice AWE to improve our relationships, alleviate existential anxiety and manage chronic pain.
In Podcast Episode – EP.200
Jake Eagle, LPC shares:
– a little bit about himself
– insights into his co-authored book – The Power of Awe
– interesting research and science of awe
– how AWE can enhance traditional mental health therapies
– the different types of awe we can experience
– how to use AWE to improve your relationships, alleviate anxiety and manage chronic pain
– the three states of conciousness
– his own AWE practice
– his self-care rituals
Plus we talk about so much more….
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