Sat, 25 March 2017
We welcome back a dear friend Michaela Boehm. She is a lineage holder in Kashmiri Shaivism Tantra. In addition to over twenty years of extensive academic and clinical background in psychology and counseling, Michaela also traveled and taught with David Deida for 13 years. She has developed a women’s curriculum for feminine embodiment as well as teaching couples and men about the principles of intimacy and polarity. Michaela received degrees in Psychology and further extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Hypnosis, and NLP.
On this episode, we discussed the apparent dichotomy between discipline and enjoyment. We talk shamanism and the healing of ancestral wounds. Finally, we talk about the importance of siddhis for parents (LOL). Michaela is always an amazing guest and this episode is no exception.
For more about Michaela visit www.michaelaboehm.com
Intro music by William, darling
Fri, 10 March 2017
For the last 26 years, Robert Litman has guided clients and students in the use of movement, breath and sound as a tool for personal growth, restoring healthy breathing rhythms, structural alignment, and efficient body mechanics. He founded The Breathable Body in 2003.
In our episode we talk about how our unexamined breathing can cause anxiety in these stimulating times we are in. And how this anxiety puts us in a state of fight or flight that leads to an inability to discern real fears from imagined ones. He shares multiple ways to get us back into rest and settle state in order to make decisions. To learn more about Robert visit: www.thebreatheablebody.com or www.continuumwellsprings.com
And our kickass music by William, darling. Check him out: https://soundcloud.com/william-darling23