This week on the Anxiety Slayer podcast, Shann is speaking with Lopa Van der Mersch, Ayurvedic practitioner and Founder of Rasa about reclaiming our precious energy, her journey from cult member to CEO and why adaptogenic coffee alternatives help you cope with stress better.
Lopa van der Mersch is an Ayurvedic practitioner. Mother. Sustainability advocate and Recovering cult member. Her adventures have taken her around the world in search of health, spiritual fulfillment, and deep energy.
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Points covered in this episode:
What it’s like to be thriving on the other side of the cult she was once tangled up in.
How Ayurveda - India’s Ancient Science of Life supports people who are suffering from high levels of stress & anxiety?
Reclaiming Energy Integrity and how we often ignore our internal signals (anxiety sufferers often fixate on their internal signals with hyper-awareness that robs them of the present moment). What this means, and how we can open to energy integrity?
Practicing empathy and flexibility in place of rigidity. How people who have been through the trauma of debilitating PTSD and anxiety turn them into lessons for their future.
How the Rasa adaptogenic coffee alternative is revolutionizing people’s relationship to their energy.
“They help you to freak out slower (& less intensely!), and recover faster in response to stress, all while increasing stress resilience overall.”