Tea with Robin

For the Strong Ones: It’s Okay to Take Care of Yourself // Tea with Robin Episode 85

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We don’t just exist to care for everyone else… we’re not here to be the superhero for everyone else. Doing that comes at a cost. We don’t just exist to care for everyone else… we’re not here to be the superhero for everyone else. Doing that comes at a cost. We’re on our own journey and it’s very important that we’re here for ourselves first and foremost. As hard as that might be, we need to find the ways to do it. We need to receive for ourselves and this… …Read More »

The Journey

You Are Not the Cosmic Cruise Director! Here’s What to Do When You’re Done Giving to Everyone Else First // Tea with Robin Podcast Episode 52

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you are a supercollider

Are there people in your life who ask for so much from you that you can’t manage to stay nice with them? Do you ever wish you could just tell them what you really think, or pop them one with your caretaker’s clipboard? Well, before it gets to that point, come listen to this episode! You are not the Cosmic Cruise Director for anyone unless you choose to be. 🎧 Listen to Episode 52: Cosmic Cruise Director, Irrational Joy, #motivationtochange My session notes including time stamps are below http://robinhallett.libsyn.com/episode-52-cosmic-cruise-director-irrational-joy-motivationtochange This… …Read More »

The Journey

Worrying Makes You Suffer Twice and Then Some

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Hello, sweet friend, I am sending love and a hug! This has been a big week for lots of us, and it seems like I’ve been sharing similar messages from Spirit for lots of folks. When that happens, I love to come here and share with you too. Worry is something we do. And so often I find that it is a preferred tactic of our ego mind — it wants us to stay busy with stuff that feeds it. Worry and upset feed our ego. Ease, peace, joy and… …Read More »

Intuitive Healing

Rescuer, Caretaker, People Pleaser (Healing Insights)

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Most of us have an inner super-hero, lurking in the shadows just waiting to save the day. It’s a job we do well–one that began with us trying to fit into our family system as kids. We learned that in order to be of value to those around us, we needed to provide a service or give assistance of some kind. Solving the problems of other people often kept the peace. If we could help make it better somehow, life at home went more smoothly. For some of us, it… …Read More »