Mastering Inner Wellness


September 27, 2021


Today, we are talking with Nas Parsian.


Dr. Nas is a holistic health professional, academic nurse, and emotional health consultant. She has 25 years experience in a wide range of health and wellness modalities, evidence-based practice in healthcare, youth wellbeing, and chronic illnesses management, but her highest passion is health through spirituality and personal-transformation.


She holds a Ph.D. from Deakin University in Melbourne on spirituality and self-transformation in people with chronic health conditions (focusing on diabetes-type 1 management). She has a strong background in higher education and research, Neuro-Linguistics Programming (NLP) practice, transformational coaching, and hypnotherapy. She is also a member of the American Board of Hypnotherapists and a board member of the Global Youth Mental Health Awareness (GYMHA).


At the time this episode goes live, the doors to her heart-centered conscious leadership certificate have just opened!. It's an intense, accredited training workshop with new evidence-based, heart-centered modalities to optimize your inner wellness and improve your productivity.


And I’m so excited to share with you all this rich conversation with a very intelligent woman who has so many great insights to offer.


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Now let’s get into the podcast...



Podcast highlights:


• [3:27] Motivations for pursuing the practice: creating new meaning and connectedness. Heart intelligence


• [7:09] Dealing with scientific validation: It was a very challenging journey. People were not really familiar and positive about the concept. Science is all about the evidence so I use the scientific research methodology—both quantitative and qualitative to present evidence.


• [12:41] Andrew said: Having both parents with a medical background, I used to think of medicine as a fairly cold clinical approach, trying to marginalize any emotion and stick to purely rational thought. Holistic health is the opposite.


• [14:18] Shifting the culture in the medical space: One of the highest values in my life is authenticity and integrity. I don't believe that I should separate what I’m doing on the medical side from what I believe in and what I want to teach.


• [15:16] It's been years since we’ve been talking about holistic care, but practically we are failing because we keep separating. It's just a balance that we need to make. We need to grow our insight and perspective. In my business, I have more freedom.


• [18:42] Based on lived experience: Every individual is unique, is different, and has specific needs. By combining all of these modalities, we possibly can achieve that. It's balanced but also forces us to bring more people to the table— there is a whole community that can join in.


• [20:10] Empowering a community of people around an individual or a group of individuals is a great way to approach health and education. Bringing a bit more collaboration into the picture is very useful.


• [20:55] Strategies for Stress Management: Many anxiety and stress management practices are temporary. For them to be effective, (1) they be should be ongoing and be part of our everyday life, and (2) we should communicate and process our emotions. Positivity is great, but it shouldn't be that overloaded to suppress your emotions.


• [24:18] The heart is powerful is because it has strong electromagnetic energy that can work within and outside the body.


• [25:18] Our emotions are exactly like our babies. We are not able to go to the higher vibration emotions, like love, compassion, and gratitude when we don’t communicate with our emotions. Sit with your heart and just communicate with your heart and emotions, like you're communicating with your inner baby.


• [27:24] Getting help from a coach: Sometimes we are not able to do everything for ourselves. Facilitation from someone who is an expert in the area is really helpful.


• [28:30] Butterflying: Overcoming challenges with my strength. I have what it takes. All I need is just to shift my mind, insight, and emotions into that strength side.


• [30:07] Defining Success: It's very individual for every single person. I would like to use the word fulfillment instead of success because it’s a bit of an overloaded word. I can be successful in some areas, but still not fulfilled. Fulfillment is more about being able to connect to me in a very peaceful and flowing process and connecting my inner self to people around me.


• [32:55] We are all connected as one.


 

"If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame can't survive."

- Brene Brown

 

Links mentioned in this episode:

>> Dr. Nas Inner Wellness

>> Dr. Nas Parsian Instagram

>> Dr. Nas Parsian LinkedIn

>> Dr. Nas Parsian Facebook >> Lifestyle Design Quiz

 

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