093 – Yanira Crespo – Soul Contract

Yanira Crespo

Yanira CrespoNo matter what you go through, your soul chooses to go through difficult journeys in order to learn, and to gain perspective. The soul knows it can handle that challenge— because that’s what it is there for. It’s a glimpse of hope when things get tough. Yanira Crespo knows.

Yanira Crespo is a spiritual life coach, her company The Yanira Method, and she is a fighter, and a survivor. She joins Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studio powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • Yanira on earning she had fibromyalgia
  • Not accepting a disability
  • Knowing if she was able to do that, can pull herself out of her body, but find out source of pain
  • Discovered all unhealed trauma stored in soul
  • Creating symptoms in body as a messenger that she needed to healYanira Crespo
  • Yanira on getting herself out of the wheelchair
  • A very emotional experience
  • Struggled with who she was as a person, always felt like an outcast, like she had no purpose
  • How Yanira tried to commit suicide three times
  • What gave her hope
  • Her approach to show a glimpse of light of hope for people in deaths of depression and despair
  • A soul contract, and predestined experiences to live out, for soul evolution
  • When people need psychiatric treatment also, and when you can heal beyond managing symptoms
  • Watching her child go through pain without being able to help
  • An unmanaged gift in her son and healing past lives
  • How healing ourselves heals those around us
  • Don’t ignore the healing that the soul is crying for
  • Trusting your inner compass
  • Protection from the onslaught of New York City
  • Protecting our energies, protective meditations

055 – Kristen Boyer – The Shamanatrix

Shamanatrix

A journey from dominatrix to shaman to help people heal old traumas and reclaim power with the ancient healing techniques of shamanic soul retrieval…

ShamanatrixKristen Boyer, Shamanic Practitioner, Holistic Counselor, and Shamanatrix, joins guest host Jessica Brodkin [Episode 11] in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • Boyer on her Masters in Creative Arts Therapy, and how her background in psychology helped be successful as dominatrix
  • Growing up in a fundamentalist cult-like religious Christian home, and being repeatedly sexually abused by a neighbor as a child, and how that grew her into an empathic person wanting to help and empower people and to assist them to understand themselves better
  • Being seventeen years old at an amusement park and reunited with an old crush, immediately falling in love, keeping in touch several years, then getting marriedShamanatrix
  • When she realized her husband had been lying the entire time with a web of lies
  • When Boyer started getting into crisis mode, with a lot of the stress in her life much of which wasn’t even hers, and she was trying to help people and couldn’t even help herself
  • When someone gave her a “wild card”, as a nanny suggested she should become a dominatrix
  • When Boyer felt she had nothing to lose, having lost her husband and home, and being led to the destination of being a dominatrix for a reason
  • Becoming a professional dominatrix as a new career
  • The irony of having no interest in hurting people
  • Boyer’s “dom name” was Karma (Jones), which came off he top of her head, and how she felt like her mouth opened and someone else spoke for her
  • How Boyer became a role-play specialist, and it was essentially improv
  • Dominatrix services were utilized largely by high powered men, handing over their power for an hourShamanatrix
  • Reenacting people’s traumatic situations
  • Soul retrieval and soul loss
  • Discovering shamanism
  • When spirits were connecting with her during BDSM sessions, and started connecting with a higher vibration and began to receive healing and felt the call to study shamanism
  • How everyone has their story and pivotal moments, it is up to us what we make of that
  • We can get our power back, our innocence and courage, re-empowerment, and fully be ourselves

018 – Dr. Anna Yusim – Psychiatry, Meet Spirituality

Spirituality in Psychiatry with Dr. Anna Yusim…

Dr. Anna Yusim, a psychiatrist with private practice in New York City and author of  the book “Fulfilled, How the Science of Spirituality Can Help You Live a Happy and More Meaningful Life” – (bio), joins Julie Chan for a look at the intersection of business, science, mental health, and spirituality. Recorded at the MouthMedia Network Studios.

Lifting darkness, discovering the world, and when medication is right and when something else is better

Yusim shares how in her past she hit a bump in the road, and a lot of darkness, and despite knowing healing tools she couldn’t pull herself out of it. Then her spiritual journey started. And she explored and learned new tools. She studied in India and Thailand and South Africa, and more, understanding how the world works, and gaining a new perspective on life. And her own darkness started to lift. Spirituality and shamanism, and beliefs and methods unusual for a psychiatrist. About the direction medicine and psychiatry are going. When someone is acutely mentally ill, they may need medication, but that s a minority. Most people come in with a more spiritual approach or psychiatric approach, more patients are finding medications have side effects and they want to have alternatives.

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