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LAUREN BEST

The Secret to Unlocking Your Flow State with Gail Kraft

What does living in a “flow state” mean to you? In this episode, I welcome renowned speaker and creator of “The Flow Formula” Gail Craft to the podcast to explain what tapping into the flow state looks and feels like! 

Together we embark on a fascinating exploration of the concept of flow and its profound impact on our lives. Gail also reveals the secret to unlocking your true potential and living a life that’s uniquely yours, as well as real life stories of being in the flow state and how it has sparked creativity, leadership, problem-solving skills, and innovative thinking!

LAUREN and Gail ALSO SHARE...


  1. examples of what the flow state can look like in each of our lives

  2. how we can decondition ourselves from the hustle to tap into the flow state

  3. tips on how to let go of control and unlock the inner leader inside you that provides results

ABOUT GAIL

Gail Kraft’s Boston roots have led her down a path of self-discovery from a young age, and have shaped her into a masterful Business, Leadership, and Spirituality Leader. She is a powerful speaker, creator of “The Flow Formula,” a trainer for “The Journey To Enlightenment,” an author of “The Empowering Process, “and is host of the “Empowering Process Podcast.” Gail’s focus in life is to help others create harmony with their mind, body, and spirit so that they can operate IN PURPOSE…always.

Gail’s experiences and commitment to following her intrinsic calling have paved her path to success and have also given her the knowledge to empower others to embrace their lives.

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Episode hightlights



[00:02:21] Embracing Flow and Designing the Flow Formula Gail Craft shares her journey of embracing flow and how it led her to create the Flow Formula.

[00:04:37] Flow in Business and Problem Solving Gail Craft discusses how being in flow can lead to creativity, problem-solving, and innovation in business.

[00:08:07] Crafting the Flow Formula Gail Craft explains the elements of the Flow Formula, including emotional intelligence, intentions, and mindful routines.

[00:13:05] Discussion about experiencing flow state while driving and losing track of time and awareness.

[00:16:10] Exploration of how a team experienced flow state during a creative problem-solving session.

[00:19:37] Explanation of how a leader took responsibility for a team member’s mistake, building trust and support within the team.

[00:25:06] Implementing a successful project and being recognized for it

[00:27:21] Feeling unsafe in a toxic work environment and being targeted for termination

[00:29:19] Going through a dark time, self-reflection, and the importance of being honest with oneself




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Lauren Best (00:00:08) – Welcome to provoking Possibilities, where we reflect on pivotal life moments, ask thought provoking questions and dream up new possibilities for living a life you love that may be a little out of your current reality. I’m Lauren Best, a certified hypnotherapist and provoker of possibility, and I’ve created this podcast for people who are curious about exploring new ways of living, who are looking to connect deeper with their bodies, their intuition, their hearts, and then known, and who are really ready to just embrace their most authentic selves, to move into flow and into alignment. There is just so much that is possible for us when we open ourselves up to exploring new possibilities beyond our wildest imagination. So if you’re ready and curious to begin exploring new possibilities, join me every week for a new episode of Provoking Possibilities on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Let’s dive in. Hi everyone. Welcome to Another Week with your host Lauren Best Certified hypnotherapist and Provoker of Possibility, where we explore new possibilities for unlocking the potential of your subconscious mind to design a life that you love.

Lauren Best (00:01:23) – Before we get into it today, I want to take a moment to welcome anyone back who has been listening for a while now and welcome any new listeners to the show who are listening in for the first time. I’m just so grateful that you have chosen to spend your time listening to the show and also giving yourself that space to discover something new. Perhaps you know about what we’re talking about or even something new about yourself. So I’m excited to see the flow we’re going to get into today in this episode because I have Gail Craft joining me today, who is a speaker, creator of the Flow Formula, a trainer for the Journey to Enlightenment and author of The Empowering Process and is host of the Empowering Process podcast, where you will also find me as a guest on her podcast and a few months time. I’m so excited for you all to listen to that conversation too. And right away, Gail and I connected over our desire to help other people really create that harmony with their mind, their body, their spirits.

Lauren Best (00:02:21) – And she really takes that focus of her work to the next level by empowering others to embrace their lives so that they can operate in purpose. Always So welcome, Gail. I’m so excited to have you and get into flow with you today. It’s going to be fun. Oh, Lauren, this is.

Gail Kraft (00:02:38) – Yep. Let’s just get into the flow and see what comes up. Right.

Lauren Best (00:02:42) – Exactly. And I know like this idea of flow. You know, the more I moved into the coaching industry and doing the spiritual work, I started hearing about Flow all the time, like it’s something maybe I had experienced before. But, you know, we talked maybe growing up, heard the word flow in different contexts, but really like deconditioning from the hustle that was keeping me out of flow, the more I was able to really embrace, you know what? I felt like or what it looks like for me to be in flow instead of trying to fight it and make things harder for myself. That was something I was always trying to do for whatever reason.

Lauren Best (00:03:22) – There’s many reasons, I’m sure, but I would love to, you know, start off by just having you share a little bit of your journey of how you began embracing Flow and how it brought you to this place of actually designing this flow formula, because it is so fantastic and it’s really understandable. Like you’re making it understandable for people to also experience that. So I’d love for you to tell us a little bit about it.

Gail Kraft (00:03:46) – Well, think we so flow is a natural state and we all get into flow throughout our life. But I used to call it trusting my gut. Everyone can relate to following your instincts or, you know, and that’s going with the flow. And the first time I realized that that was my friend was I became a manager in a very prestigious organization at the age of 28. I had no college background. I had no experience in doing that kind of thing. But the company that they called me and asked me to come were in trouble. And so I was able to do whatever I wanted, no questions asked to pull them out of the situation that they were in.

Gail Kraft (00:04:37) – And so, number one, my belief system was that I had nowhere to go but up with them, that this was a successful opportunity that I had to say yes to. Number one mindset was this is going to work, right? The second thing is whatever I wanted to do so I could trust my instinct and go with it and not have to justify or explain why this would work. And, you know, within a short period of time, in fact, our year end before year end, we had to buy software and computers because we were making too much profit. So, gosh.

Lauren Best (00:05:18) – What a great problem to have, right?

Gail Kraft (00:05:21) – What a great problem to have. And at that point, my the president said to me, So how did you know that this stuff was going to work? And I looked at him and said, How did you not know it would work? It was just it felt like the right move. Every choice they made just felt right. So that’s what Flow does.

Gail Kraft (00:05:44) – It’s like creativity, problem solving, innovation. It all just comes mean. Restructure the team. I change our products. I formed partnerships and coalitions, all the things that seemed to make sense. And so my life was pretty much every time I was successful in business, it’s when I was in Flow and when I got my team into flow then last year. So there’s a lot of history after that. But last year I got invited to speak again. So we had the shutdown in 2020 and, you know, having a speaking engagement was getting kind of complicated now. And it was to a bunch of engineers. And the purpose of the event was disruption in leadership. So I asked the gentleman who is pulling it together, can I speak about anything? And he said, if it’s disrupting leadership, yes. I said, then I’m going to talk about flow. And he said, okay. So I sat down and I thought about it and I thought, engineers will relate to a formula.

Lauren Best (00:06:57) – Right?

Gail Kraft (00:06:57) – And so right.

Gail Kraft (00:06:59) – So I will take the process. Yes. Take the processes right that I use to get myself into flow and to get teams into flow and break it down into very simple, understandable processes to give results. And so I did the keynote. It was it was, I have to say, the best one that day I held it. Everyone loved it. And and I’m like, you know, this is fantastic. So I now wrote a book which is not out will it will be out by the time this is aired. And it’s called crafting with the K, crafting the flow formula. And it takes those elements and the elements are your emotional intelligence, your state. Right? What is that? How do you manage it? The second piece is whether or not you have. What are your intentions? You can use the same words, but the intention behind it is going to really. Determine the energy behind those words. So be clear about your intentions and how to check in with that and how to maybe shift your intentions.

Gail Kraft (00:08:07) – And the third is mindful routines. And part of that is meditation. And there’s a meditation in there that anyone can do that isn’t like the normal meditations.

Lauren Best (00:08:17) – Oh, can’t wait for that. Right.

Gail Kraft (00:08:19) – And it really and it’s very powerful. It will expand your peripheral vision. It’s amazing. And those three elements basically, or what’s going to give you a results knowing that your emotional state, any heightened emotional, even love you make the wrong choice. If you’re going from that kind of an emotion, you have to get yourself into a receiving balanced state. And I give some very quick, simple tools and how to do that. It is so easy. It is not that complicated. Yeah. And so definitely and, and I do that in the event when I do keynotes and I do that in training with teams, I help leaders find their flow and then help them with their leadership team get into flow. It’s very, very great way to problem solve.

Lauren Best (00:09:18) – I love that and think, you know, what you said about your gut, starting with your gut.

Lauren Best (00:09:24) – You know, there’s, you know, listening to our gut or our intuition or to our instincts and those can look and feel like different things for different people. Different people might have one of those things that’s more prominent to them. And maybe it doesn’t mean that that’s always the best way. Maybe there’s a way we can check in with those other things inside of us. But I loved, you know, what you. I guess, where you got to crafting this this story and putting it into a book was really going outside of the context of yourself and having this audience of engineers that you’re like, Wait a minute, they are going to understand formulas, so how can I translate what it is that I get to experience all the time and that I, you know, has changed my life so that it can change their lives as well? So with that process of translation, was it something that you experienced a lot of flow in doing, or what was that journey like for you of really doing that translation and crafting it into that formula?

Gail Kraft (00:10:29) – Well, what’s really interesting, Lauren, is that that flowed yeah.

Gail Kraft (00:10:34) – And and it’s because I have spent my life doing these kind of things. I mean, literally, I’ve been meditating since I was 21, right? And and there were a variety of ways to meditate, right? And so when I started putting the event together, I was like, Well, this is really, really simple. I just take what I do and just put it down in in order of how I would want to do it. And there you go. There’s the process. And I’ve had trainings just around each one of those elements. Like I’ve had a training just around emotional state, just around the EOT. I’ve had training just to run intention. What is intention? How do you shift it and training definitely around meditation, right? So it’s taking all of those elements and synthesizing them down into very simple terms. So I’ve had people read the book and the feedback that I’ve gotten has been, you know, holy bleep, bleep, This is amazing.

Lauren Best (00:11:42) – Love, right?

Gail Kraft (00:11:43) – Right. Anyone can understand this.

Gail Kraft (00:11:46) – This is this is amazing. This is remarkable. Oh, I’m so glad that you put this together. So I can’t wait for it to to be live, which it will be by the time this airs. It’ll be on Amazon.

Lauren Best (00:11:57) – Oh, amazing. And I love what you mentioned to about. You know, having all these really easy tips that people can use or tools they can use to get into that flow state. And they don’t want you to give anything away. But I do want to ask you, what is like the most common thing that people are doing naturally? Like without you know, I don’t know if there is one thing of, you know, this group of engineers that you first, you know, shared this keynote with or, you know, the audiences or the people that you work with, like what are or maybe even just the general population. Like what is maybe the most common thing that people are already doing in their lives that maybe they don’t quite realize like is a flow state for them or going with the flow when it comes to, you know, being in their zone and everything.

Lauren Best (00:12:46) – Do you do have you noticed something that has really been on it?

Gail Kraft (00:12:50) – I start I actually start off the book with a few examples of our natural flow state. Um, so I used to work in Los Angeles, Hollywood, and I lived in San Diego.

Lauren Best (00:13:04) – Oh, gorgeous.

Gail Kraft (00:13:05) – Right. So, so I would, I would drive to Los Angeles on Monday. I would, you know, it was a contract, so I was only there for a couple of days and then come home Wednesday morning before noon. Otherwise I wouldn’t get home. Right. That’s a 2.5 hour drive when there isn’t traffic. Um, so I remember a time and time again. Coming out of the zone when I hit San Diego County, which means I drove all the way through Los Angeles County and all the way through Orange County and wasn’t aware of my driving. And I was in a different lane than when I started off with the last time I remembered I was I was in the left hand lane. How did I get to the right hand light? When did this happen? Yeah, right.

Gail Kraft (00:13:53) – And it’s my I wasn’t sleeping. It was my subconscious mind. My conscious mind checked out. So when you conscious mind checks out those moments when you wonder where the time went, you’re so engrossed in what’s happening, and you look up and you go, My goodness, four hours just went by. You were in the zone. You were in flow, right?

Lauren Best (00:14:15) – Yeah.

Gail Kraft (00:14:15) – Or when time goes slowly. If you’re in a car accident, those two seconds between the time you put on the brake and the time that you connect, you remember every nanosecond. You experience every, That’s also flow. So time time is warped when you’re in flight.

Lauren Best (00:14:39) – Yeah, right. Yeah. Yeah. And that’s like the example that you shared of, you know, driving is like one of those examples I always share with people when they’re like, you know, Oh, I’ve never experienced hypnosis. And I’m like, Wait a minute, you have.

Gail Kraft (00:14:53) – This, you.

Lauren Best (00:14:54) – Know, like you totally have and think those like.

Lauren Best (00:14:58) – This, you know, we can call it two different things. And, you know, as a hypnotherapist, guiding someone into a state of hypnosis is, you know, a practice. But it is to find that like just like that flow state surpassing that critical mind and just, you know, really connecting to the subconscious, to your intuition, to your gut, your, you know, whatever it is that’s really driving you to this place, to take that step back from what you think you should be doing in the way you think you should be doing it, but rather just listening to, you know, how you’re naturally going to.

Gail Kraft (00:15:35) – One of the examples that I that I share, both in my keynote and in the book, um, I had a department that I was responsible for in a huge organization and their job was to be innovative and creative with problem solving. Right. So once a month we would have lunch. I’d have lunch brought to a conference room and we would play games, usually.

Gail Kraft (00:16:10) – Usually Pictionary. That’s the one they like the most. And we would be laughing so hard. Tears would be coming down. We would. It would get dirty sometimes, right? Because we would just let our ego go. Yeah. Right after that, we would sit at a conference table and I would have to put the recorder on. Because the ideas came flowing so quickly. And it would be ingenious. Like what? You know, what are we going to do this month in order to blah, blah, blah? It’s like what we can do. We can do this. That’s a great idea. And we can take that and we can do this. And yes, it’s so exciting to watch a team come together like that and and gain like they were thinking on along the same lines. Right. Right. I wasn’t I wasn’t doing anything except putting on the recorder and letting them flow.

Lauren Best (00:17:04) – Mhm.

Gail Kraft (00:17:05) – Right. And whatever they came up with it’s like oh. So how do you think we’re going to do this? They had the answer.

Gail Kraft (00:17:13) – Yeah. Oh my.

Lauren Best (00:17:15) – Gosh. And that’s so fun. And I think you know that can having that type of activity or just you know leader in a space where that psychological safety is not only there but they there’s that space to get creative or let the ego go. You know I like to think that I’m hearing a lot more of that, whether it be, you know, just people sharing on LinkedIn or some of the companies that I also like collaborate with and work with. But for those people who maybe are working in these more traditional workspaces or with these, you know, upper management, that maybe isn’t open to having, you know, seeing these things as valuable, seeing, you know, this lunch hour of creativity and fun being a way to actually not only do their jobs better, but just, you know, build confidence and get more creative and really problem solve in ways that they wouldn’t have sitting at their desk, crunching away at the keyboard. What is something that you think? And be like a baby step for someone, whether they’re in the team or whether they are like a middle management or leader.

Lauren Best (00:18:29) – Is there anything that you would. Say to them or just want them to know about taking that first baby step to, you know, kind of get over that hurdle of feeling scared about doing things differently. Um.

Gail Kraft (00:18:45) – It’s kind of complicated because everybody is different. But if you feel that you have to micromanage your team. Then take a look in the mirror and ask yourself, What are you afraid of? Who do you not trust? What do you not trust? I had total belief in my team, the strong and the weak. I and I would pair them up in a way that they would support each other. Right? Yeah. Support each other’s weaknesses. Right. Not exploit each other’s weaknesses. I’ll give you a quick story about this is the type of thing that you need to do. Manager If you want your team to trust you. Because if you don’t trust them, believe me, they don’t trust you.

Lauren Best (00:19:34) – Oh, really? I’ve been there.

Gail Kraft (00:19:35) – I’ve been there. Yeah, me too.

Gail Kraft (00:19:37) – Meet you on both ends. Both ends? Yeah. So I was leading a team, and this was in the controller’s department of a big insurance company in Boston. And one of my team had let some money go. That was not appropriate. It didn’t get the check, didn’t get cash, but it came back to the controller’s department via the marketing department. And the CFO came out swearing like, Who the hell did? And the girl who did that was, like, right in front of him. Right. So I got between him and him and her. And I looked at him and I said, This is my fault. You don’t need to know who did it right. This is my fault and I will fix it. You better. Blah, blah, blah. So. So he went in. Her heart stopped pounding quite so, so hard. And I called her in and I said, This is my fault because obviously I missed something in the training of you or this wouldn’t have happened.

Gail Kraft (00:20:41) – So this is my fault. So let’s go through and see where that gap is that we can fix it. Yeah. It’s my fault if she messed up because I didn’t have a safeguard there. Right. Right. So the whole team saw that. And that right there told the whole team, Believe me, I’ve got your back. Yeah. So leaders, if you’re if you don’t have your teams back in that way, they’re not going to have yours.

Lauren Best (00:21:18) – Mhm. Mhm. That’s there’s that, that accountability. Think that. You know, just instead of that blame game, which we see so often, is like the ego. And it’s like, oh yeah, like it was this person. Or even if you don’t, you know, say it out loud. It’s like some people can internalize like, oh, it was, you know, it was them. It was, it wasn’t me or it wasn’t this, you know, bigger opportunity to look for a gap where there can be, you know, something new that’s designed to help the team really grow and thrive.

Lauren Best (00:21:57) – And so I love that you gave that example because it’s something that, you know, just with some of the companies that I collaborate with that has I’ve seen, you know, be such a great focus of like that, the leadership taking that accountability and seeing it as opportunity rather than failures which and blame and shame and all of those things. And it makes me think about also, you know, someone who maybe doesn’t have that same leadership or support and someone who is stuck operating in survival or robot mode. And like I hope I don’t get in trouble today, you know, how can they make that transition into setting themselves up into a flow state when they don’t have that support necessarily? Um.

Gail Kraft (00:22:49) – They can’t. They need to find a different place because I’ve tried, I’ve tried it and, and there’s nothing wrong with saying, you know, this doesn’t feel right and it doesn’t work for me, so I need to go. Right. I didn’t do that. So the universe got me fired, right? Right.

Gail Kraft (00:23:10) – Which was the best thing. Thank you. Ever. Right. Because I wouldn’t be doing what I’m doing now if that hadn’t happened, right?

Lauren Best (00:23:20) – Yeah, it’s so true. And, you know, I’ve experienced that as well. And just knowing, like, at the time, what feels like. The worst thing in the world or feels like a failure. Or maybe you’ve been told that you’re failing at what you do like doesn’t mean that you’re not still so freaking good at what you do. It can. It can be. And not to put the blame on someone else, but really it can be one of those things where, you know, it’s not the right environment, it’s not the right leadership for for you and maybe not for for others. Maybe for some people it is, I’m not sure. But really taking that inner acknowledgement can be tough when you are in that survival mode or feeling isolated and it can be hard to see a way out or. You know, it’s kind of just like I’ve been here for a while, so let’s keep going.

Lauren Best (00:24:14) – But, you know, aside from from getting fired or, you know, something really bad happening to someone’s health or, you know, mental health or physical health, um, you know, it is good to have resources like, you know, the book that you’re or the many, many things that you’ve written as a writer, but just having people before them stand up and say, Hey, like this also happened to me, look where I am now. They got thank goodness it happened to me. Yes, it was horrible. But it opened these doors to a life that I love. It opened these doors to me, designing a career that I love. And there can be so much goodness and so much darkness. And I, like you, are the perfect example of going through all these things, but having that courage to share with people.

Gail Kraft (00:25:06) – Right? Because because other people are going through it. Right. And and you do feel isolated. So I will tell you that particular situation, I’ll give you a nano story.

Gail Kraft (00:25:20) – I implemented a project was I was a program manager. I had, you know, project managers under me. And we had this. Project that was given to me that I didn’t know at the time that they had been trying to implement for five years. Wow. So they gave it to me and I’m like, Well, this is broken. It’s not going to work this way. We need to change this, this and this and put my team on it. And within eight months it was up and running and functioning on its own. Mhm. Right. Amazing. But I was left alone to do it the way that I do things and flow. So one of the vice presidents called me in and he says I have a big project coming up and I want you to do for me what you just did there.

Lauren Best (00:26:05) – Um.

Gail Kraft (00:26:07) – The next thing I know, he’s sitting down with my project plan, checking off the boxes about. I never once I put a project plan together, I never look at it again because I’m going with the flow.

Gail Kraft (00:26:19) – I now know I have a map of where we’re going, and I just go and he’s like, Well, you know, is this 20% done or is this 35% done? And like, don’t fucking know, you know? Right. And what difference does it make? It’s not done yet because it’s not time to be done. Right. Yeah. Um, and he it was just horrific, horrific horror stories of that experience. And, um, and then I was at an event and this is where I was put on the block that you’re talking about. Where, where now everything you do is wrong. Right. I was I was at a week long retreat. With all of the leaders. And the people running the retreat said. In the morning. We all share what’s on our mind and they come to me and I’m like, Don’t want to share it. Please move on. Yeah. And they’re like, Oh, no, you have to. I’m like, Please don’t make me say this.

Gail Kraft (00:27:21) – Please move on because I will tell the truth.

Lauren Best (00:27:24) – Yeah.

Gail Kraft (00:27:25) – We can’t move on. Gail. And so I looked around the room at my directors and my vice presidents and my CEOs and my CFOs, and I said, There’s not one person in this room that I trust.

Lauren Best (00:27:38) – Yeah, that’s a really brave thing to say.

Gail Kraft (00:27:43) – But there wasn’t.

Lauren Best (00:27:44) – Yeah.

Gail Kraft (00:27:45) – I felt so unsafe. In that environment. So. It was at that point that I should have left. But it was also at that point that I was put on that she’s going to be fired.

Lauren Best (00:28:01) – Block Right.

Gail Kraft (00:28:02) – And there was a campaign to get me mean campaign of people, plural, to get me out of there. Yeah.

Lauren Best (00:28:11) – Gosh, that’s so tough. And it’s something that, you know, a lot of people might feel but don’t have that courage to say or don’t have that gift of for me sometimes is like this verbal diarrhea. I can’t help but say. And it’s like, I probably shouldn’t say this, but like, it’s not me saying this.

Lauren Best (00:28:30) – It’s just like it’s it’s going to happen. I’m going to say it and it’s going to get me in trouble. But that’s my truth. But it’s true. It’s true. Yeah.

Gail Kraft (00:28:40) – Yeah, yeah. It’s truth. So, um. But it was, you know, such a gift because I went through, you know, I went through the dark time I went through. You know, everyone talks about their, their valley, their journey into the darkness before they see the light and that was my journey into the darkness. Um, yeah. To the point where I hated myself. And so hating myself forced me to look at myself.

Lauren Best (00:29:03) – Yeah.

Gail Kraft (00:29:04) – And that’s the best gift. If you want a gift for anyone listening, look at yourself and be honest, at least with yourself. Yeah. As to who you are. And if you don’t like something, you see, then change it. Yeah.

Lauren Best (00:29:19) – Yeah. I love that. I want to keep talking, but I feel like that’s a perfect place to kind of wrap up for now.

Lauren Best (00:29:26) – And you know, maybe there will be a part two about that and mean there could be many parts of us chatting. But I just want to thank you, Gayle, for sharing your story. Share like going deeper into, you know, what these hurdles were that really got you to this place now because I think that’s, you know, what we sometimes miss when we see people’s success stories, we miss. Not always, but sometimes, you know, that journey to get there and those milestone moments that really changed who we are and, you know, how we looked at ourselves and how we grow and how we become who we are now and how we keep growing into new versions of ourselves. So I just thank you for for sharing all of that. And I’d love to take a moment for you to also share how people can find you, how they can. I know you mentioned your book that’s coming out, but you know, where else can they get more of Gail and more of Gail’s wisdom?

Gail Kraft (00:30:23) – I have a podcast, the Empowering Process podcast.

Gail Kraft (00:30:27) – So definitely. And Lauren, you’re going to be on it. It is on YouTube and it is on iTunes. It’s on Spotify. So, you know, just Google me and look it up, or you can connect with me on LinkedIn or Facebook. Gail Craft Crafty. Do let me know that you’re connecting with me because of this. Otherwise I will not let you in. I will delete you if I don’t know you, I’m usually it’s a sales call, so yeah. If I don’t know you, I’m not going to let you in. So say, Oh, I saw you on that podcast. I do want to connect with you. I’ll be happy to let you in.

Lauren Best (00:31:05) – Perfect. Well, thank you, Gail, so, so much. I’m so looking forward to reading your book as well. And I hope others also get a chance to grab that over on Amazon. Right.

Gail Kraft (00:31:16) – It’ll be on Amazon if nothing else for that meditation exercise. Yes. Is so cool.

Lauren Best (00:31:23) – I can’t wait.

Lauren Best (00:31:24) – Thank you so much, Gail, and have a great day everyone. If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with a friend. If you have any moments that you really loved in Gail’s story and what we talked about, do reach out to me and let me know what really sat well with you. Have a beautiful day. See you next time. I am so excited to bring this little treat to you because right now I am offering a buy one. Get one offer for my private hypnosis Happy hour sessions, which for two sessions is just $222, which is the price of one session on its own. So right now you can buy one, get one for the price of one, just $222 for two sessions. And within these hypnosis happy hour sessions, we can focus on whatever it is you want to show up with, whether you have a goal in mind or some sort of desire, and you feel like there’s just blocks and limiting beliefs that are stopping you from actually going out there and following your intuition, or whether you’re struggling to manage your time, your energy, to set boundaries or want to just show up in the world a little bit differently than what you are right now.

Lauren Best (00:32:40) – We can also figure out how to connect back to your intuition a little more, Listen to the whispers of your mind and do some work with your nervous system and just feeling comfortable and safe in your body. We can focus on letting go of old stories, rewriting your beliefs, reprogramming those beliefs, and just really visualizing what your idea of success could look like in whatever it is you’re going through at the moment. So do know that there will be a limited amount available, but you can book these sessions all the way through to the end of the year. So right now you can visit my website, Lauren and book those sessions through there or follow the link below and you can get access directly to that Bogo offer for private hypnosis Happy Hour, which will be two sessions for $222. So make sure you don’t miss out. And I cannot wait to support you to really connect to your subconscious mind and see where the session might take you. Thank you so much for joining me on this journey of exploring new possibilities and embracing your most authentic self.

Lauren Best (00:33:55) – I appreciate you and your willingness to open your mind and your heart to new ideas and ways of being that are beyond your current reality. So if you found value in this episode, please take a moment to leave a reading and review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to this podcast. Your support helps us to spread the message of compassion, self-discovery and personal growth to more people who may benefit from it. And if you’re looking for additional support on your journey of self-discovery and transformation, I invite you to visit my website at Lauren Bascombe, where you’ll find resources, courses and coaching services to help you navigate life’s challenges with more ease and joy and confidence and support. So please check that out. And more than anything, I hope you’ll remember that you’re not alone on this journey. We are all in this together, and by embracing our most authentic selves, we can create more compassion and connection to the world. So please keep dreaming, keep exploring and keep provoking possibilities with love and intuition. I’ll be back soon with more thought provoking questions, inspiring stories, and powerful insights and conversations to support you on your journey.

Lauren Best (00:35:08) – But until then, take care of yourself and others and remember that you are worthy of love and possibility.

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