Above Ground Podcast #179: My Anchor


Anchors can hold your boat safe in harbor or hold you back from sailing the wild sea. Anchors often collect debris from the ocean bottom but they can also make a home for sea life. They can be raised by ferocious storms and tossed away like it never meant a thing or hold colossal steamers within the chop. Anchors represent up and down. My anchor helps stabilize me from the storms and tribulation and return to shore. 

This week Episode 179 of Above Ground Podcast is all about anchors. What holds us where we need to be? Which ones need to be raised in order to chart a new course? Through a relationship, a career change, grief, death or a mental health challenge. Anchors take strength and response to move or raise. Quint wouldn’t put on a life jacket ever again, but I suggest you take my example of putting one on in order to stay buoyant in the stormy seas. Take a deep breath. 

It’s heavy, and the willingness to harness the energy of raising up and setting out to sea can be an amazing act of empowerment or can cause us to fall into deep despair and give our energy over to the dark night of the soul. Face your darkness like every hero does. Become an explorer and learn the terrain of your heart, mind, and emotions. Anchors up, time to set sail and chase the sun.

Never Underestimate the Power of You has hit the streets and is available to order from Amazon. We all have mental health and we have the ability to improve. Maybe it is time we start paying more attention to it and the impacts it has on our daily living. You, the reader, have the power to change who you are and who you choose to become. This book is a guide written by a person who embarked on the healing journey—a journey that you too can begin, when you are ready, and TPP will be a voice to guide you. 

When you are curious about what healing can bring into your life but you don’t know where to start. It’s time to believe in yourself and the future you can create. Never Underestimate the Power of You, because life is a DIY project.

Huge shout out to Capital Region Living Magazine for the podcast plug in the Holiday 2022 issue. Thanks to Abby Tegnelia for making it happen. She will be a guest on a future episode. Thanks to all of you for listening as we roll closer to celebrating four years of throwing stigma into the pit and cleaning the floor with it. Follow, like, rate, review and share. Until next week get well, be safe, stay Above.






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