You all know how much I love healing conversations, especially with people who are deep practitioners and incredible space holders. Today's guest, Erin Telford is both. We've been circling each other online for years, so this chat was making an official connection, and then I got to attend one of her breathwork sessions a few days after so I can tell you with certainty, this woman is the real deal.
Erin's big truth was about our connection to the "unseen." From there we got into the reason I invited her on the show - a post she wrote about why the term "woo woo" is degrades and denies the power of healing practices and modalities. It's cool if you disagree, we both share this perspective and that's what it is, one perspective.
We talked about assumptions about healing and healers, breathwork as a modality, navigating fears around "taking on other people's stuff," the importance of great facilitation in healing spaces, our power to self heal, boundaries, and why our triggers are our responsibility.
It's a good one, y'all - enjoy, share, and let us know what you touches you!
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