What is a glimmer? Think of it as the opposite of a trigger. Where a trigger sets off negative emotions, a glimmer sets off a joyful emotion. The theory supporting glimmers is associated with polyvagal theory. We are wired biologically wired to experience intense emotions both negative and positive. The negative ones protect us from danger but also are related to PTSD. The positive ones can be set off by glimmers. And what is interesting to note is that we can look for glimmers and create our own micro-moments of joy. On the Air Hug Community podcast, we make it point to consider how to spend the rest of our life in a more joyful state. This episode is full of takeaways and some captivating real-life stories that will warm your heart.
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