🎙 Tapping into Rituals with Emily QuintonAug 15, 2022
In this week’s episode, I chat with Emily Quinton who is a dear friend of mine and I am so honoured to talk with her and share her wisdom with you all.
As a Mum to four neurodivergent children Emily has created herself a powerful set of daily rituals that ensure she has the energy and grounding to cope with both the knowns and unknowns of her life. Emily shares with us her daily rituals where she creates space for herself in the simplest of ways making it achievable, whilst also weaving the sacred into the everyday. This conversation follows on so beautifully from last week's chat with Rebecca Campbell (episode 7).
We discuss the difference intention setting can make each day, the impact of self-awareness and responding to that awareness with kindness. Let us take you on a journey to consider how some of these rituals could influence your life positively.
- Your daily rituals can be as simple and manageable as you need them to be.
- Intention setting daily is powerful, especially in those moments where you are feeling negative emotions as you can come back to your intention to support you in that moment.
- By just adding the self-affirmations ‘I love you, I am worthy’ to your day you are starting to create your own ritual.
- Sometimes within a neurodivergent family you need to accept that some things might not change and figure out how you can live with it or if there are situations that you can impact to find the system required and develop it.
- By nourishing your own foundations you can be grounded to be what you want and need to be for yourself and your family.
I hope you enjoy this conversation and take away so much from it.
Emily Quinton is an author, speaker and creative who is happiest when surrounded by nature, especially flowers. She lives in Somerset with her husband Stef, their four highly sensitive/neurodivergent children and their dog Yuki.
Emily is currently writing her second book, preparing her new series of workshops, developing a membership community of parents of highly sensitive children, studying psychology and listening to the flowers in her garden and on her daily walks.
She is passionate about using rituals, meditation and creativity to ground herself, enable her to be the mother her children need and to live her best life.
Her first 'A Day With The Flowers' Workshops are now available to book here>
You can follow her on IG at @allsortsoflovely and @emilyquinton, and read more at https://www.allsortsoflovely.com/
Sarah is an Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or Tapping Practitioner and Trainer based in the UK but originally from Dublin, Ireland. After the loss of her daughter Alice, in November 2014, suffering from severe PTSD and anxiety, she became pregnant again. This led her to seek help from a local EFT Practitioner. This technique completely transformed her life and she is now dedicated to supporting as many people as possible to let go of their trauma, grief, limiting beliefs and negative emotions, so they can live a heart-based, joy-filled life.
Sarah has a thriving Tapping into Motherhood Membership + Community with members all over the world - the doors are open right now. Find out more here>
Take her 'Motherhood Self-Care Toolkit Quiz' to find out which part of your life needs some self-care attention. Take the Quiz>
She runs retreats, works with clients 1:1 and is also a Trainer, teaching people to become EFT Practitioners.