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Welcome to today's episode of Meltdown to Mastery! In this episode, Jayne sits down with Sara Webb to have a powerful conversation about the human drive for resilience and healing. Sara shares her story of survival after a traumatic experience of sexual assault in 2008 while on vacation. Rather than identifying as a survivor, she highlights the power we each have inside of ourselves to heal and thrive.

Sara expertly weaves together her own experiences, pertinent neuroscience and body chemistry to showcase the potency of intentional healing. She delves into the importance of self-compassion and honesty in the healing process.

Listeners will be inspired by Sara’s triumph over trauma and encouraged by her personally-coined acronyms to apply to their own healing ventures. With key takeaways including the science and power of gratitude and the potency of meditation and deep breathing, there’s no shortage of valuable insight to be gained from this episode.

Join us as we explore the remarkable strength of the human spirit with Sara Webb.

Meltdown to Mastery is a journey into discovering the parts of our subconscious mind. The place that holds our core beliefs, often learned from childhood, and can be responsible for reactions that  lead to meltdowns, crises, or feelings of midlife crisis. They  may also hold us back from true mastery where we effortlessly know how to manifest success, health, flow and abundance in our lives. Each episode holds key information to true life mastery. Mastery is a place where we learn Universal Law, mindfulness and  listen to  our own inner guidance, a place where health, and true manifestation flourish. 

This link goes to most places Meltdown to Mastery is published, if you would like to engage from another platform. ⁠⁠⁠https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jayne-marquis⁠⁠⁠

This podcast is for information purposes only and represents the views and opinions of the speakers. The information presented is not meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. We recommend you seek the advice of a licensed healthcare practitioner before beginning any natural, complimentary, or conventional treatment.