Stories That Inspire Us welcomed to this today’s podcast, Emily Hart. Emily is a small business owner with a background in business efficiency and process improvement. She has extensive experience in healthcare, coaching personal empowerment and interpersonal skill development, as well as energy work. She was my previous podcast guest on “Stories” on June 3, 2022. Today, we focused on the very sensitive part of her story of overcoming childhood trauma of sexual abuse, at a very young age.
Emily shared that where she is in her life today is exactly where she should be. It was through the process of setting boundaries; non-negotiable boundaries to be exact that she looks back on her journey, the steps she had to take, working on her authentic self-preservation, that she protected her emotional intelligence.
She realized that the hard work of going through therapy that her business Indigo Thrive, was a result of her coming out of the ashes. This was her divine path to an emotional freedom she now lives with. We don’t forget, speak your peace and know that the intention has been set in that declarative moment!!
Emily and I both agree that to a certain degree, self-preservation will always be a work in progress and we are both okay with that.
As Emily stated, “I don’t chase; I attract!”
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Have you or someone in your family experienced a traumatic injury or event? What did you learn from that experience? How has the process of healing helped you to move forward?
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Thank you Emily - Sharing your story of sexual abuse in a safe environment to inspire others is an expression of raw vulnerability and is Truly beyond amazing as these are the Stories That Inspires Us!!
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Culture Change Agent/Business Owner/Healer/Advocate
Emily Hart is a small business owner with a background in business efficiency and process improvement. She has extensive experience in healthcare, coaching personal empowerment and interpersonal skill development, as well as energy work. Emily is a 2011 University of Wyoming graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work.
Emily has over 20 years of studying concepts of energy work and embracing her divine skills. She is utilizing that experience and knowledge in product creation, intuitive messaging and overall health. Emily has certifications in Aromatherapy and Essential Oil Blending, Mindfulness and Life Coaching.
Plagued with chronic illnesses most her life in 2017 her body suddenly failed, prompting immediate medical interventions to combat malnourishment, anemia, increasing rates of respiratory and ENT infections, and overall decline. After years of perpetual lab work, specialty visits and no answers, Emily began her own healing journey. Today she has been able to cure several of her ailments and continues to heal to live her happiest life.
The learning lessons and successes Emily has learned through her experiences and own healing are the cornerstones of Indigo Thrive. She hopes that her journey can inspire others to thrive.
Emily is married and lives in rural Wyoming.