So what happened on last week’s show? Lian was speaking to Mary Schiller. Mary is a coach and a survivor of domestic violence. She suffered this domestic violence for 7 years and then subsequently suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder for 23 years after she left the marriage.
Two years ago, something internal changed and now has dedicated her life to teaching others what she now knows and helping them to live in an effortlessly happy way. We spoke about life after domestic violence.
If you missed that then you missed out so… subscribe to the show and catch up with that episode after this show!
And this week’s show is with ‘catalyst’ Virginia Salas Kastilio. Virginia (or Gini), is a trilingual third culture kid, who has been to 15 different schools and has grown up all over the world. She’s leading a worldwide movement of raising the collective consciousness to new levels of self love and awareness. Her brand “Ginicanbreathe” is where she shares her social art performances and conscious acts of kindness. She speaks out for authenticity and transparency in all aspects of human life. At the age of 26 she has already touched hundreds of thousands of lives with her work.
As a teen, Gini was very different to the Gini of today… she suffered from depression and suicidal thoughts and she felt disconnected and lonely. In this show, we talk about her journey from that place to the incredibly happy and grateful person that she is now.
What you’ll learn in this show:
- Most of us are born into a world of punishment and reward, or more simply… fear. Fear of not being good enough, fear of rejection, fear of being hurt. When we’re freed from that conditioning into fear, we see our perfection and we fall back into acceptance and love for ourselves.
- The power of a Cookie Monster onesie! We spoke about how playing, moving, dancing and jumping (just like we did as children) brings us back into alignment with who we really are – that natural self.
- No situation is hopeless. Gini’s story of huge transformation shows what’s possible for every one of us!
I’d love to know what YOU think about depression and happiness. Let’s carry on the conversation… leave a comment below or connect to Gini via one of the links below.
Resources and stuff that we spoke about:
- Snapchat: Ginicanbreathe
- Gini spoke about just having all of her film-making equipment stolen. People have asked how they can help and she’s (kind of reluctantly!) agreed to accept support to replace her equipment, which cost around $5k. If you’d like to contribute too, then Gini’s Paypal is: Salas.firstname.lastname@example.org
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