(23) Lisa Wimberger: How to Heal From Too Much Stress

Lisa WimbergerStruck by lightning at the age of 15, Lisa then suffered from seizures for 25 years. When she got her diagnosis but no treatment protocol, she found inspiration and motivation to learn as much as she could about the human nervous system. What came about her studies was the invention of Neurosculpting, an adapted meditation practice that was a healing mechanism for overstimulated responses to stress.

Lisa shares motivational stories of the transformation she went through after suffering from seizures for 25 years.

Lisa is the founder of the Neurosculpting Institute. She is also an author and a meditation teacher.

Lisa’s Story

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Teachable Moments

  • One of the deficits to being so forward thinking is to also be in denial. If you are always focused on what’s 5 or 10 steps in front of you, you may miss what’s about to hit you in the face, in the present moment.
  • It’s great to focus on what you want but also stay present!
  • When you are caught up in fear, you are in such a reactive a reactive mode that you limit yourself from your higher “executive” conscious capabilities.

Pearls of Wisdom

  • The best thing to do when you recognize you afraid you are is to pause, reflect, digest, and respond.
  • If you want to have less fear in your life, create stories of expansion, reflection, pause, empathy, joy, wonderment, curiosity, and novelty.
  • “Identification, location, acknowledgement… release this I can’t” Lisa Wimberger
  • “You are not a victim. You are a product of repetition” Lisa Wimberger

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Challenge and struggle is all but a blessing in disguise. 
Posted: November 25, 2014 By: Comment: 0