InCompass AWE bracelet- 4mm Robles Wood
A bracelet to bring attention to your emotional needs.
Think of this bracelet as a compass for your emotions. You can use it as a reminder to check in and see how you are feeling and how you moving through the world.
When it faces in with the word CARE showing take a moment to check in with yourself and see if you might need to do something to practice self care.
When it faces out with the word AWE showing check in to see how you moving through the world are you remembering to play as you move through your day.
-These bracelets are available with 4 positive emotions: LOVE, PLAY, JOY and AWE. We offer 3 sizes: small, medium and large. -The stones are 4mm and the bracelet is stretchy.
These bracelets are a great gift for yourself or a loved one.
They ship in a gift box through USPS within 3 days of your order.
This listing is for 1 bracelet.
For questions or custom sizes please send a message.
Emotion Hygiene is a collaboration between Amanda and Lena George.
It wasn’t that long ago that I felt like I was turned inside out. My raw insides were exposed to the environment—the mailman could make me cry, another driver could make me rage, my medicine could make it impossible for me to get out of bed—but I was completely powerless over the feelings in my own body.
For my 38th birthday, a friend gave me a copy of The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron. One simple exercise in that book lit such a fire under me that I began a deep investigation to find power over my inner state.
In the process, I became a meditation teacher, a certified trauma recovery hypnotherapist, a certified holistic nutritionist, an advanced meridian tapping instructor, a reiki practitioner, and—alongside too many other certifications and trainings to bore you with—am pursuing my masters in education specializing in trauma and resilience in educational settings.
From buddhism to interpersonal neurobiology, I found so many brilliant people dedicated to trying to solve this deeply human problem: how do we feel better? Consolidating their research helped me build a sturdy framework I used to bounce back from autoimmune disease, physical and emotional trauma, and chronic pain. A framework that I call Emotion Hygiene and it draws upon all three corners of the SET triangle—science, experience, and tradition.
Hygiene isn't sexy or a 'big experience' but it's what has made all the difference for me and my clients.
Change is possible.