In this "Conversations with Rich Bennett" podcast episode titled "Embracing Emotional Healing: Ann Hince's Story of Resilience," sponsored by Freedom Federal Credit Union, Ann Hince shares her compelling journey of overcoming a challenging childhood and PTSD through self-healing and emotional resilience. Raised by alcoholic parents, Ann's early life was marked by trauma and struggle, but she discovered a path to healing through Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or tapping. This method, involving tapping on certain body parts while addressing emotions and memories, helped her manage stress and release emotional baggage.
Ann's transformative experience also includes physical changes like realigning her eye sockets and growing taller at 56, achieved through her unique approach to mental focus and body awareness. Her story delves into the discovery of her biological family
after being adopted and how these personal experiences shaped her healing
philosophy. Ann emphasizes the significance of embracing emotions and past
traumas to facilitate internal change, which she believes can profoundly impact
Throughout the episode, Ann's narrative is an inspiring testament to the power of internal healing and the mind-body connection. Her insights and techniques offer valuable guidance for listeners seeking a deeper understanding of their own emotional and physical healing journey.
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