So what happened on last week’s show? Lian was with Kat Courtney, an Afterlife Coach. Kat first received the term “Afterlife Coach” after one of the many times she experienced death. She had been working as a Spiritual Life Coach and Shamanic Apprentice for a decade, and felt that her life’s purpose was still a little. . . off. As she sat in her 999th or so Ayahuasca ceremony, it dawned on her that there are three things she love most in this world: Connection to soul, Ayahuasca, and death.
After the craziest of journeys with this medicine, she finally realized she was not meant to be an Ayahuasquera – she was meant to be the before and after guide. She also works with people in hospice. She adores shadow work. She’s in love with death. Ayahuasca only made that a deeper calling and understanding.
In this show, we explored what Kat calls the ‘dark stuff’ in our lives such as death, fear and suffering. We also got into what’s ‘soul’ versus ‘spirit’ and the journey of our souls.
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And this week’s show is with Sabrina Lynn, founder of ReWilding for Women. She’s a passionate and deep-diving personal development facilitator. Her transformational work has impacted the lives of thousands of women across the globe.
Having taught in some of the largest organizations in Australia (Commonwealth Bank, Tourism Australia, UNSW, BHP Billiton, QBE and WNBN) she combines her common sense, down-to-earth approach with depth, wildness and raw power; which are the unique signatures of her ReWilding work. She facilitates at a depth where remarkable transformations, healings and openings in women’s lives are a common occurrence.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- Women say they want a conscious man but Sabrina says that most women aren’t ready for that man – they need to do the work required first.
- Years of patriarchy mean that we’ve got some deeply held beliefs about men, their role and women’s roles – this means that women are often held back from opening up to their full selves.
- When women explore their deep primal essence and how it shows up (or doesn’t) in their lives, they can clear out the ‘rubble’ that was blocking parts of themselves and instead allow all of themselves to be expressed.
Resources and stuff that we spoke about:
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