I love today's guest so much. Her name is Ahlea Khadro and she's someone I consider a "pocket person" - meaning, we talk so often I feel almost as if she is in my pocket constantly and I adore her.
Her big truth was that rupture and repair are more important than being perfect.
From there we got into the undulations of life, the cycles of creation, the great dance of back and forth that we do constantly as we evolve and heal. We talked about resiliency and intention, especially as it relates to parenting.
Ahlea generously shared a lot about her experience as a single mother, of stewarding a being, from childbirth on, and how throughout these stages women are called upon to use skills they don't always get to use, but absolutely have.
She talked about savoring the moments of peak intensity, some of the issues light polarization creates in New Agism and how we engage with ourselves during challenges.
This conversation was so juicy and we touched on so many healing topics, I can't wait to hear what you take away from it.
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