Dr. Robyn Benson


“While we can’t control EVERY interaction we have, when it comes to our regular involvement, it’s our job to develop firm and clear boundaries about what we will and won’t tolerate.”

Guest Bio: 

Dr. Robyn Benson is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM) who brings an innovative and game-changing approach to today’s health care. Robyn offers the most advanced and cutting-edge therapies, procedures, and products designed to renew, restore, and revive health called A.R.T.: Amplified Regenerative Therapies.

Dr. Benson, author, speaker, and self-care and Regenerative Medicine* expert, is known by many to be THE health detective with life-changing solutions! She has been the owner and founder of the Santa Fe Soul Center for Optimal Health (now Regenerative Medicine) for close to two decades.

For almost 30 yearsDr. Benson has applied her considerable knowledge of acupuncture, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, herbs, IV therapies, and her love for healthy travel to help patients resolve acute and chronic health challenges and to achieve optimal and sustainable health without the use of pharmaceuticals or surgery.

Episode Summary:

Everyday life offers lots of challenges. Today, more than ever, I would like to discuss natural mindful pathways that will help us shift the way we cope with them in the midst of chaos!

Each one of us has a host of stresses that we deal with. At work, at home, in our relationships, and in our own head. This next YOUNGER podcast episode is a place for you to consider new ways to handle that stress in a mentally healthy way – with mindfulness and self-care.

While you’ve probably heard of both these terms, you may not be completely familiar with them. So, before we move on, let’s define “Mindfulness.”

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something.

Before you start taking steps to control the way your mind reacts to chaos and difficult situations, it’s important to learn how to be conscious of the chaos and how it affects you. Then, you can take measures to mend or re-direct your cognitive process.

Historically, we haven’t—as a society—been taught to give our mental health the attention it deserves. As a result, we’ve learned to sweep issues under the rug, grin and bear it through toxic relationships, and overload our schedules because we’re afraid to say ‘no.’

Title: Being Mindful in the Midst of Chaos

Key Takeaways:

  • Prioritize your mental health, as well as, your physical health.
  • Realize you can’t fix a problem that does not belong to you.
  • Distance yourself from those who bring more pain than joy!
  • Break-Up with friends who don’t support you.
  • Take the space you need from toxic family members.
  • We are all on different paths.
  • Learn to say ‘NO.’
  • Bow out gracefully (exit without stressing out).
  • Surround yourself with people who support you.
  • Create spaces that brings you calmness.
  • Curate good energy with positivity reminders.
  • Generate positivity by spreading compliments.
  • Check into how you think about others.
  • Check-in with how you speak about yourself.
  • Use your breath as a tool.
  • Consider yoga for your mental health.
  • Find outlets for stress and anxiety.
  • Give yourself time to feel your feelings.
  • Keep a gratitude journal.
  • Spend some time getting to know yourself.
  • View resources, and more . . .

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“Begin with awareness, then begin to control your mental health, and mindfulness by supporting yourself with lots of self-care.  Recognize it all goes hand in hand.”

“If you feel exhausted just by the idea of hanging out with someone, it’s probably a sign that you should move on.”

“My three favorite ways to make a space feel better? Ditch the clutter, add more light, and adopt a plant.”

“In order to cut down on chaos in your life, you’ve got to make it a priority to keep your plate filled with the right amount of work that your mental health can handle. Many times, this means learning how to say ‘no.’”

“Dedicate time to learn how to love yourself.”