Introducing: 365 Days of Deserving + Lisa Claudia Briggs

September 13, 2012

This is a very exciting day.

In honor of my new site and my coaching emphasis on the deceptively simple question: “What do you think you deserve?” I have launched a quest to interview many of my heroes and compatriots this year, in an attempt to share their teachings around deserving with my tribe – you. 365 Days of Deserving is a monthly interview series where I will feature a conversation with one entrepreneur, rock star, soul-searcher, expert craftsman, money maven, or heartfelt teacher per month.

This interview series will be part School-of-Deserving pragmatics and part divine secrets passed down from a lineage of gorgeous, inspiring, and wonderful women.

Under the umbrella of deserving, each month will have a particular focus to compliment the interviewee’s superpowers and master talents.

September’s focus is:

You deserve… a loving and radically compassionate relationship with your body.

My guest today is the absolutely phenomenal Lisa Claudia Briggs from Intuitive Body.  Lisa is an intuitive wise woman and has  20 years of experience as both a psychotherapist and holistic energy healer. She works with women to crack the code of what is weighing them down, and holds their hand as they step out of hiding and into the light of the beautiful, sparkly lives they were born to live. Her impressive background as a clinical social worker and Harvard trained psychotherapist, meshed with her grounded, spiritual approach to healing is just breath-taking.

I could not be more honored to have Lisa as today’s guest.

I do hope you enjoy the interview. It’s about 20 minutes long, so grab your favorite beverage and tuck in. It will be worth it.

Today we are talking about the basic energetic structures that you constructing your daily life, making space for your body’s inherent wisdom, not-so-average work days, and making a habit out of those things that light you up.

365 Days of Deserving: Lisa Claudia Briggs from Mara Glatzel on Vimeo.

In the comments, tell us: what was your biggest take-away from this interview? What might you begin to incorporate in your daily life?