Oct 29, 2019
For this episode of Not What I
Ordered, I’m joined by my amazing music editor and close friend,
Lily Sloane. Lily is a therapist, composer, audio producer, and
host of a weekly advice show with a deep passion for making the
world a better place through self-healing. Learning to live with
and accept her health challenges through therapy has helped her
find comfort in the unknown, which she then channels into her own
practice. By tearing down the notion of “perfect health”, Lily is
able to help her clients -- and herself -- open the door to
Lily shows true vulnerability as she opens up about the shame and dogma attached to chronic illness, as well as how she learned to live with her illness without needing to know what it is. She also shares how therapy has taught her to accept where she is on her health journey instead of where she’d like to be -- or where anyone else expects her to be!
By transforming her perspective, Lily was able to change her inner narrative, shed her need to fix everything, and learn to sit with her discomfort. Her story is a much-needed reminder that it’s okay to not have all the answers. Throughout her journey, she has learned that in order to make a change in the world around us, we must first make a change within ourselves. My open-heart discussion with Lily is full of powerful insights on making more space for acceptance and how embracing the unknown can lead to a more empowered life. I hope you enjoy our talk as much as I did!