"This is why we need courage,,,on the spiritual path, because we have a lot of these other beliefs inside of us that we're so good at reinforcing and we choose a lot of our relationships to echo back our beliefs...and we don't realize when something is a problem. It's usually that something has to be very dramatic (that) happened that was bad enough to get their attention...somebody dies and we don't know how to engage with that because we dont teach people how to grieve particularly well in this culture."
"...building trust with your ability to be in discomfort, with your ability to actually listen, and not command, because you're also fighting against the issue that we are taught that our bodies are machines that misbehave. Instead of learning to trust our bodies as amazing Ferraris that are our Souls trying to talk to us." Teri Uktena goes in depth about core issues and triggers and why it is better to address them from a place of allowing them to go, rather than creating resistance by trying to confront them head on. She describes different modalities to gently irradiate the pain of these unconscious energetic triggers.
Allie is a prolific poet, writer, yogi, teacher, leader of transformational retreats, instagram influencer, my daughter, the co-star of a charming new YouTube series called "Do It Messy" and now the founder of a sustainable yoga line, aptly named "Poetry in Motion". Join us as she shares what she has learned in her action packed journey on the planet so far.
It's so powerful to hold each other up to the light. To share wisdom and life experience with the intention of providing ideas, inspirations, information and stories in the hopes that others may find their path to healing or their highest selves. You have heard before that we are just spiritual beings having a human experience and there are many ways to happiness and consciousness. This podcast may just be one more piece to the puzzle in your journey to wholeness. That is our hope.
"Stay still for a couple of weeks just looking inside finding what is the real thing which drives your life. They have to find the center of their being. If…