Surrendering to Rainbows is about surrendering to hope and embracing the unknown in times of uncertainty. It is about abandoning everything we know about ourselves. Surrendering is not about giving up, but letting go of patterns that no longer serve you.
It is about what you do when your back is against the wall, and you think you are all out of options. There is a science to healing, but there is also an art to creating your own masterpiece.
Tapping in and listening to your body.
Tapping out and letting go of the bullsh*t thoughts and expectations that we all live by that are adding to your pain.
Being present and focusing on progress over perfection as you embrace your unique situation and your unique self.
I’m not here to sell you on F*ck Being Stuck. You make decisions about your health and wellness all day and have probably tried various approaches to manage your chronic condition. I am going to give you the tools that you need to get unstuck and manage your condition in a way that is simple. You have to determine if it is worth your time and effort on the front end and what you will gain on the back end.
Let’s keep it 100!
Why you aren’t finding pain relief using western techniques and what’s missing from the models of healing we are currently using.
How to tap into your energy and direct it. No more stretching yourself in different directions and putting energy where you are not benefiting.
My formula for healing: You’ll get a breakdown of the steps, and enjoy accountability and support in a dedicated Facebook group to get you where you want to be.
My honest opinion. If I believe in your potential to heal then it is necessary for me to give it to you straight, no chaser.
The freedom from your condition that you didn’t think was possible, as long as you are willing to do the work.
I suffered from severe back spasms stemming from a car accident for years. The pain was debilitating and ultimately it overpowered my life. Dr. Sabrina Crouch shared her story of chronic pain and suggested I read Dr. John Sarno’s book Healing Back Pain. This book changed my life! Learning that I had the power to control my “pain” was a difficult concept at first. Yet, Sabrina suggested I look inward and read this book with an open mind.
Activities I loved to do are once again part of my life. I can take my dogs on long hikes, practice hot yoga, kickboxing, and go on rollercoaster rides with my husband! For years, these activities were things I used to do, but chronic pain stopped me. Now they are things I can enjoy once again. I have the power to live pain free.
Challenges are opportunities in disguise.
Surrendering to Rainbows is a book for NOW! Dr. Sabrina Crouch recounts her process of recovery and self-care after developing chronic pain. She describes how chronic pain changed her life in an instant and what it took to discover a better way of living. If you're a person experiencing any type of challenge, this book is for you. Each chapter has reflection questions to ponder. I especially appreciated her chapter on learning to meditate.
Setbacks and challenges in life can happen when we least expect them. Instead of self-identifying with the problem, we can respond with creativity and explore new paths. Dr. Crouch shows us what it's like on the other side of the rainbow and, I, for one, am glad I came along for the ride.
Dr. Sabrina Nichole Crouch is a New York State Licensed Psychologist, Certified Professional Coach, and Certified Meditation Teacher. Sabrina is a lifelong learner and is constantly exploring new endeavors. Outside of her professional accomplishments, she is most proud of her investment in her personal and spiritual development. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, gardening, hiking, cycling, traveling, and exploring her right-brain creativeness through painting and writing.
Dr. Crouch does a remarkable job of reminding people of things they know about themselves and forget repeatedly, shares many new resources and insights that will be helpful to many, and pushes folks of all ages to find their own peace. In a brave act of self-disclosure, Dr. Crouch walks us through her own journey making the process feel within everyone’s reach. She reminds us that even when pain is inescapable, suffering is optional and suggests ways to develop a support system to walk this path with others. In a time of such great uncertainty for so many, Dr. Crouch reminds us that we often have our own untapped resources that we can release and rely upon. Such a gift!