In the Moment with Our Inner Critic

Episode #53

Guest Speaker ~ Elizabeth R. Kipp

“I got to a point where I said, ‘You know what inner critic? You’re getting a makeover.’ I gave it a makeover; what she wore, her hair, what she smelled like, the kind of food she was eating, her location, and all that stuff. …I thought to myself, well, you know, she sounded like a supreme court judge for a long time. Stern. Always making a judgement. I asked, ‘How could I change that voice?’”
– Elizabeth Kipp

What is chronic pain? For those of us who do not experience relentless physical aches and pains, the answer may surprise you. How Elizabeth Kipp defined it was not what I was expecting. It is clear she has an intimate understanding. 

Elizabeth and I spent our time talking her about her book and how ‘being in moment’ impacted her healing and the process of writing her book. You will find out why she gave her inner critic a make-over and who’s voice she hears now when the inner critic speaks (you’re going to love who it is).

I learned a lot from Elizabeth. It is my hope this conversation helps to bring more compassion into the world. And, a better understanding of chronic pain.

In this Pen to Paper Press Podcast episode, you will hear:
.:. The definition of chronic pain and where Elizebeth sought healing.
.:. The impact of being in the moment had on Elizabeth’s life.
.:. Why she wrote her book.
.:. Her experiences with the inner critic and the make-over she gave her inner critic.

Pour a mug of rose tea for yourself and enjoy listening to our very educational conversation focused on healing and our voice.

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Who is Elizabeth R. Kipp?
Elizabeth Kipp is a Chronic Pain Specialist, Yoga-Informed Addiction Recovery Coach, Ancestral Clearing® Practitioner, Yoga and Meditation Teacher, and international best-selling author of The Way Through Chronic Pain: Tools to Reclaim Your Healing Power. Elizabeth healed from 40+ years of chronic pain, anxiety, panic attacks, and 32 years of addiction to prescribed opiate and benzodiazepine medication. Learn more about Elizebeth’s journey at

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