In today’s episode we have our first return guest, Salisha Aya! The first time we interviewed her, she created a deep impact with her story of childhood abuse transformed into deep healing and service. Salisha wowed us again in this episode with her depth of sharing, the wisdom that flows through her, and advice to women on how to come home to self.
Next week Kate and Betsy begin teaching TEND HER 2.0 – a 4 week online program for women teaching how to come home to our self, our heart, our body, our intuition, and then how to connect from this deeper place to others. For more info about joining, visit www.dryogamomma.com/tend-her-2
So we interviewed Salisha about what her reclamation of self has looked like.
In this episode, Salisha talks about:
- How distanced she was from her body, and how yoga was her first pathway in to more presence. She also discusses alcoholism and how this was a deep disconnect from her body.
- The importance of listening to the heart, and how she believes vulnerability is the way her heart begin to melt the walls she had built up around it. She speaks to the power of women in group in vulnerability and how we all have essentially the same stories, fears, shames, and challenges.
- How she was always intuitive, but that her intuitive instincts would often get confused with her history of trauma, so she could never be sure if her intuition was right or not. She shares the formula of how she works with intuition now: get the intuitive hit, ACT ON IT, and see if you are right.
- The power of connection and how we can begin to deduce whether our connections with others are life giving or toxic.
Salisha talks about yoga and bouncing as 2 things that really help us reclaim our body.
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To try shaking in the body, check out this 1 hour long Osho meditation video (the instructions are in the description of the video). It essentially is 15 minutes of bouncing, 15 minutes of dancing, 15 minutes of meditation, and 15 minutes of savasana.
About Salisha Aya: