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The Power of Fun in Trauma Release - with Liza Millan

Updated: Dec 14, 2023




Jennifer Mitchell and Liza Millan - Healing Trauma

Healing is not easy; it's often a journey fraught with challenges and emotional hurdles. Liza Millan introduces a revolutionary perspective as a mindset coach—infusing fun into the healing journey. Recognizing that joy can be a potent catalyst for change, she shares tips to help you unleash the transformative power of fun in trauma release.


Here are a few tips on how to infuse fun in releasing trauma:


1. Embrace Playfulness


Liza Millan advocates for the integration of playfulness into the healing process. Engaging in activities that bring joy not only lightens the emotional load but also facilitates a more holistic transformation. Whether it's rediscovering a childhood hobby or trying something entirely new, embracing a playful mindset becomes a powerful tool on the journey to healing.


2. Cultivate Laughter


Laughter is a potent antidote to pain. Liza encourages finding humor even in challenging situations. Whether through comedy, spending time with uplifting friends, or indulging in activities that tickle your funny bone, laughter becomes a medicine that eases the grip of trauma and opens the door to healing.


3. Connect with Positive Influences


Surrounding yourself with positivity is key. Liza Millan highlights the importance of building connections with people, activities, and environments that radiate joy. Seek out relationships that uplift and support your healing journey. Engaging with a community that shares a similar positive mindset can be a transformative experience.


4. Practice Mindfulness Through Enjoyable Activities


Mindfulness doesn't have to be solemn. Liza encourages incorporating mindfulness into enjoyable activities. Whether it's savoring a favorite meal, taking a leisurely walk, or immersing yourself in a creative pursuit, these moments of presence become anchors in the journey to release trauma and foster personal growth.


5. Celebrate Small Victories


In the pursuit of healing, acknowledging and celebrating small victories is crucial. Liza Millan suggests creating a habit of recognizing progress, no matter how minor. This positive reinforcement becomes a powerful motivator, propelling you forward on the path to reclaiming joy and resilience.


As you embark on your journey to release trauma, remember that joy is not just a destination but a companion along the way. Embrace playfulness, cultivate laughter, connect with positive influences, practice mindfulness through enjoyable activities, and celebrate every small victory. These tips, inspired by the wisdom of Liza Millan, form a guide to infuse your healing journey with the transformative power of joy. Your joyful healing journey begins now.


Connect with Liza Millan:

  • @iamlizamillan across all socials

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