Parenting today can feel like an uncharted path, full of new unexpected twists and turns. This podcast is a space to exhale, to join a loving space where we bring the wholeness of our human experience to our parenting.
This podcast is two experienced moms with a background in health and wellness having authentic candid conversations about all that informs our parenting– science, spirituality, emotions, intuition, somatics.
We are growing and learning together alongside our kids. Each episode will dive into specific challenges parents face today. Together, we’ll explore how to navigate the world of parenting in these challenging times.
How to Address Perfectionism Holistically: A Vibrational Study
What do the Edgar Cayce readings say contribute to some of our most compulsive thought patterns, like performativity, constant comparison, fear and anxiety and inner criticism? Naturally, the readings take a profoundly holistic view of what can cause them and how to care for ourselves and our loved ones as we work with these tendencies that have such power over our wellbeing. Join Corinne Cayce, MA, ACC, integral leadership coach, and Dr. Arlene Dijamco, integrative physician and cranial osteopath, for their deep dive conversation that includes how to identify the physical symptoms of perfectionism--OCD tendencies, tension headaches, rashes, irritable bowel syndrome--and how to support ourselves and our families in calming and transforming these challenging patterns.
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Meet the Hosts
Corinne Cayce is an integral leadership coach, a mother of two and a lifelong student of the Edgar Cayce readings. She grew up in the Cayce family and has Master’s degree in leadership from Naropa University. For years, she’s been writing and teaching about ideas in the Cayce readings and coaching primarily women leaders in moving into their power, purpose and joy in all areas of their life. The Cayce readings are the foundation of her mothering and her coaching practice- they speak to the wholeness of how she experiences her life. She believes it’s time to bring together science and spirituality–and in her perspective there is no more powerful place to apply that than through our parenting.
Dr. Arlene Dijamco is a mother of four, an integrative physician, pediatrician, and cranial osteopath. She’s a graduate of Harvard, Emory, and Albert Einstein, as well as Dr. Andrew Weil’s integrative medicine program in Arizona. But it was after her formal education that she was introduced to the Edgar Cayce by a friend over a decade ago. The Cayce readings helped to shape the way she approaches health. It’s her mission to help bring the intuitive spirit back to health in practical and tangible ways, because it helps us feel more balanced and whole -- and yes we can have that deep peace as parents, too!