Healing The Mind, Body & Community
Getting a better understanding of your subconscious mind is a key part of developing your conscious mind. This week we have Amanda Blain on to explain some of the connections we have between our mind and body, and why knowing our own unique connection is a crucial part of our overall wellness. We also learn that working on your healing makes you more empathetic and understanding to others. She discusses certain obstacles in our journey such as shame, and how we can move around it. With a deeper understanding of ourselves, we will be able to differentiate between who we truly are, and who we are as a survival mechanism.
Through yogic psychology and medicinal movement, Amanda Blain discovered that intuitive living, inner balance, and self-fulfillment are inside jobs. After working in the corporate world for over a decade, Amanda served in the U.S. Peace Corps in rural South Africa. There, she discovered the interconnectedness of the psyche, body, and spirit while training with her mentors, holistic health research pioneers and co-authors of The Healer Inside You, David Patient and Neil Orr. Since that mentorship, Amanda has reprogrammed her brain and nervous system to overcome longstanding PTSD from childhood trauma, and she has learned to cultivate heart coherence, a scientifically quantifiable balance between the mind, energetic heart, and body, which enhances intuitive knowing and inner-flow – even amid challenges and transitions. Over the past eight years, Amanda has completed over 2,400 hours of experiential training in yogic psychology, energetics, and medicinal and therapeutic movement. She has delivered personal development training throughout the world in the United States, South Africa, Greece, Palestine, and Israel. She strives to cultivate a classroom of nurturing energy which feels safe and welcoming to all – despite cultural and experiential differences. Her offerings are designed to help students facilitate groundbreaking self-discoveries required for personal evolution. Amanda approaches life, the classroom, and the student with a devotion to unlock authenticity, inner wisdom, and an ever-expansive compassion for all.
When our hearts start opening, when we are healing the grievances, when we understand our own human condition better, then we have just more acceptance and understanding for others…” – Amanda Blain
What You’ll Learn from This Episode:
- The typical age your subconscious mind forms, and how that affects how you communicate
- Why it is important to increase your own awareness of your subconscious mind
- How stress can affect you physically in unique ways
- The steps to freeing yourself from shame
- Why it is necessary to first work on self improvement in order to create a change in your community
- The reasons why some people take on a dominant persona
- How traveling changed how Blain has perceived different parts of the world
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