The Inner Alchemy Podcast with Becca Clegg

The Healing power of SURRENDER

This episode couldn’t come at a better time. In a time of uncertainty and anxiety, we, as humans, are getting a crash course in surrendering. Crystal Bowlby joins us on The Inner Alchemy Podcast to discuss how transformative it can be to choose surrender, rather than use it as a last resort when we don’t know what else to do. While there are certainly choices to be made throughout life, Crystal shares her insights on the power of simply being with our fear and ourselves, inviting the universe to take over. We talk Kirk Cameron, Days of Our Lives, and #itgetsbetter, too. Listen now on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  

 

 

 

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ABOUT CRYSTAL BOWLBY:

,Crystal is a licensed clinical psychologist serving patients and staff for the Laureate Eating Disorders Program in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Working from a strong relational framework, she approaches her work from human-to-human stance, whereby the therapist is both a learner and a teacher, an observer/witness and a co-traveler. Crystal’s passion and curiosity to grow, to learn, and to relate to others engenders her work. She is drawn to depth/Jungian perspectives, transpersonal psychology, positive psychology, embodiment, and soul care. Research interests surround therapist use of self in the therapeutic process, the role of gratitude to enhance quality of life, and the themes of hope, curiosity, and surrender.

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"Can we be with ourselves and our fear? That's the heart of surrender."

-Crystal Bowlby on the Inner Alchemy Podcast

"There are no good and bad emotions. They're rich treasures here to teach us something."

-Crystal Bowlby on the Inner Alchemy Podcast

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