This week’s show is with Jaclyn Costello. Nothing is more satisfying to Jaclyn than helping people make breakthroughs to understand themselves more deeply. This is the heart of her role as a Spiritual Development Coach at GrowWithSoul.com. Jaclyn’s background in spiritual guidance evolved over years of personal work, immersion in sacred, shamanic ceremonies, and one-on-one mentorships with respected teachers & guides. Jaclyn is also an Assistant Professor in the Honors College at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. As well, she is a writer of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. Her work has been published in a variety of literary journals & magazines; she just finished her first novel.
In this show we’re talking about different forms of death and rebirth that we as humans can experience, and how and why we might choose to experience death, which is the opposite of what we typically think about death – that it’s something we might choose! And lastly, Jaclyn shares her story of a big death that she went through recently and all the changes that have happened for her since.
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What you’ll learn from this episode:
- Jaclyn described how almost all types of death are followed by a rebirth – that can be so hopeful and helpful to know as we travel through our own death experiences, which at the time can feel very final and therefore scary.
- Typically the size of the death is equal to the size of the creation that follows. Understanding that means we can choose death knowing the rebirth to come will be worth it.
- You can practice self-love in all kinds of ways, some of Jaclyn’s suggestions include looking at yourself in the mirror or a photo and feeling love and appreciation for yourself. You can also meditate on the Buddhist poem that Jaclyn shared during the show.
Resources and stuff that we spoke about:
- Jaclyn’s website http://growwithsoul.com/
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Lian & Jonathan