Anchor Your Heart: A free tool!

Learn how to stay in your own skin – especially when you are anxious, angry, or upset.

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What is Anchor Your Heart?

The Anchoring Heart is a simple self-help tool you can use once you decide to reckon with uncomfortable feelings. Shifting your relationship to uncomfortable feelings requires courage to connect with all the parts of yourself: the good, the bad, the ugly and the beautiful. Learning how to abide and reckon with feelings separating you from "you" will decrease fear of emotions that you deny yourself feeling and increase your tolerance of discomfort so that you can grow into the person you are meant to be.

The Anchor Your Heart practice:
- Helps you re-train your brain and nerve pathways in your nervous system to allow emotional pain and hurt to sit side by side with peace (instead of fear)
- Exerts self-compassion when you feel anxious, stressed or helpless
- Can be used when you need strength, courage or patience

"I have a very stressful position and find myself using 'Anchor Your Heart' in tough situations as well as placing my hand (with permission) on client's hearts to help support them. It is an easy, simple technique with a high impact."

Director of Hospice

Learning Resources

Meet Your Teacher

Deborah Grassman

Few people have been with 10,000 dying veterans; Deborah Grassman is one VA hospice Nurse Practitioner who has. Dying veterans taught her lessons about how to attain personal peace. Ironically, those lessons came from people who had been trained for war! As a result, a phenomenon known as “Soul Injury” has now emerged as a relevant healthcare issue for the public. She contends that 10,000 dying veterans have lessons that the rest of us need to learn! Deborah is the author of two books, Peace at Last and The Hero Within. She is a contributing author for four textbooks, has 25 published articles, and there are 5 documentary films featuring her work.