Episode 1

Starting All Over Again

Today, on The Wildheart Diaries I’m talking about starting all over again. I’m not a stranger to turning the page and freeing myself from situations that aren’t in alignment with my values.

It’s not easy. It takes time, faith and Wildheart courage. It’s also overwhelming and scary. That’s why many of us stay stuck in toxic situation-ships and repeatedly do things which are no good for us. It’s better the devil you know, right?

To start this new adventure with you has felt like starting over again. I’m going to share that process with you – how I got here and why I had to let go of so much to create space for the new to come in. Letting go is not as easy as it sounds you know!

Useful links mentioned in this episode:

Check out Truly Madly Smiley, my private podcast feed for Junior Wildhearts (your inner child will love it too!).
Buy my book, Stuck Between Two Worlds. Follow young Ruby Wildheart as she overcomes her anxiety, understands her anger and discovers that her sensitivity is actually more of a blessing than a curse.
If you enjoy Murder Mysteries too, you can watch the delightful Agatha Raisin on Acorn TV. (I subscribe via Amazon Prime).
Louise Hay, Founder of Hay House introduced me to affirmations and she also wrote this brilliant book ‘You Can Heal Your Life’.

Welcome to The Wildheart Diaries

A podcast for brave souls, sensitives and spiritual detectives. Finding yourself after abuse or childhood trauma is a bit like solving a mystery or doing a jigsaw puzzle, without the box. It’s not fun though. It’s hard and it’s lonely. What really helps is having a friend who gets you and sits with you while you figure it all out. That will be me then! Hello, I’m Lisa. I want to share my healing adventures with you – the practical and the woo. I’ve recorded these chats to give you hope, comfort and the courage to follow your wild heart.


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