Dec 15, 2021 • 24M

Embodied Liberation: An Interview with Grace Willow

 
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How can pleasure lead us to greater personal power? In this episode of The Shaman’s Notebook, leading sexuality and embodiment coach, Grace Willow talks about the journey that led her to heal herself and then develop the tools and experiences to heal others. In the interview Grace talks about: Barely surviving a car accident where she suffered a traumatic brain injury, and a whole host of other problems that left her unable to care for her young daughter, work, or function in her daily life. The energy healing that turned everything around helped her to awaken and remember her own healing powers. The importance of pleasure in being able to heal and thrive What embodiment means Holding a higher vision and helping those she works with remember their true selves For more about Grace’s work, visit:gracejwillow.com For more interviews, kickass women writers, artists, healers, and activists, subscribe to the Disobedient Femmes Podcast at the link below. Join me on Fridays at the Healing Salon where I free workshops in craft magic and other healing arts https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehealingsalon (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehealingsalon). For even more about me, as well as strange, mostly true stories and magic spells visit me at http://suzannelagrande.com/ (suzannelagrande.com) Thanks so much for listening! ★☆★ CONNECT WITH ME ★☆★ Website ➜ https://www.suzannelagrande.com/ (https://www.suzannelagrande.com/) Podcast ➜https://www.shamansnotebook.com/ (https://www.shamansnotebook.com/) Facebook ➜ https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehealingsalon (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehealingsalon) Instagram ➜https://www.instagram.com/suzanne_lagrande/ (https://www.instagram.com/suzanne_lagrande/) Pinterest ➜ https://www.pinterest.com/suzannelagrande/ (https://www.pinterest.com/suzannelagrande/) Original theme music composed by Edward Givens. For more about his work, visit: https://edwardgivens.bandcamp.com/ (https://edwardgivens.bandcamp.com/)