In this episode I speak with yoga teacher, Buddhist practitioner and healer Jane Lyon about how to consciously suffer on the journey through spiritual awakening. Jane and I share all our tips and tricks on how to move through suffering from the place of least resistance. If you are going through a lot of adversity in your life right now, then I would recommend taking a listen so you can learn ways to support yourself through the process.
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About Today’s Guest:
Jane is a yoga teacher, buddhist practitioner and healer in the realms of reiki and the Akashic Records. Jane is a guide for young women on the spiritual path who yearn to remember their divinity and discover their deepest truth. She is here to help others transcend their own suffering and do the work of the Bodhisattva - to be of benefit to all sentient beings.
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About the Host:
Matt Landsiedel is a transformative life coach, empathic healer and spiritual teacher from Calgary, Canada.
Matt specializes in teaching people how to heal shame + trauma and embody their authentic self so they can enjoy meaningful connections in their lives. His areas of expertise are working with highly sensitive people (HSP), empaths and gay men to develop a stronger sense of self-worth.
Matt earned his undergraduate degree in Addiction Counselling from the University of Lethbridge and has spent the last 15 years working in the fields of Mental Health & Addiction and Transformative Life Coaching where he guides people on their psychological and spiritual journey through life.
Inspired to Be Authentic is a mission Matt has purposefully created. Through his creative content and coaching, he offers you inspiration to share more of your truth with the world. He does this by teaching you life changing skills and sharing energetic transmissions that inspire you to show up courageously in your own life by practicing vulnerability.
Matt's vision for this world is for us all to live with more courage so we can share our authenticity and enjoy more meaningful connections in our lives.
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