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More and more we hear about the benefits of slowing down, giving ourselves the time we need to nourish our hearts and minds, and to reduce stress by stepping away from the daily grind.
Take time! In relationships, we may want more from our partners than they can give in any given moment. It may feel contraindicated to the pursuit of goals, to the desire to be partnered and build a family, or to having whatever else it is that we desire.
We want all of this now! We have deadlines, meetings, school pick-ups, classes, activities, events, never-ending to-do lists, and a tireless drive to achieve all that we are capable of.
As with most things in life, closer, more-critical consideration helps to delve into the depths of what is actually best for us, and what will help us be and feel our most well. Slowing down is actually a tremendously critical opportunity we give ourselves to connect, align, and create the relationships we most want as the heart of lives we love.
Slowing down is a gift.
One we all have the capacity to give to ourselves and each other. Rachel is a d clinical psychologist and fellow human helping modern-day women discover what it takes to heal and reveal their wholeness so they can free themselves to live out their purpose.
She guides women to release their victim mindset, liberate their pains, and recognize that life is working for them. For over a decade, she's been helping people discover who they are and reinvent what their life is.
Rachel provides multilevel holistic healing and wellness to deepen spirituality, self discovery, and connect you to practices that encourage you to be yourself unapologetically. She creates community, safety, and a kind place for people to come together to learn and enhance consciousness to free yourself to embody a life you love.
Rachel is influenced by and interested in the fields of clinical psychology, Buddhism and spirituality, quantum physics, consciousness and communication, and ancient holistic healing modalities.
She considers herself a student and experiencer first so that she can be a conduit for the work. You can find more at HeyDrRachel. It can be tempting to match the go-go-go pace of of the world around us.
When it comes to self-care and relationship success, though, slowing down is key. About the Author: Dr. Rachel Dr.