For the wild woman ready to rise

E3. Avoiding Pain, Chasing Pleasure

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In this episode we dive into the waves of Robyn’s spiritual smackdowns (yes there has been more than one). After losing her mother to suicide at just eleven years old, Robyn committed to living her life in a constant state of joy. Her fear of ending up lifeless led her down a path devoid of boundaries or self care, ultimately leading to addiction and the belief that she could not live an abundant and safe life. The result found her living on the laundry room floor of her friend’s house at twenty-nine years old, with a confused husband back at home and a future on the rocks. 

Follow Robyn’s journey as she navigated her way through her deep sense of abandonment to come to a place where she finally learned that she truly could have it all, that she could have wild and roots.

And then we invite you to dive into your own soulwork to ask yourself the hard questions.  These questions are going to help you shift from where you are at, to where you want to be.

What parts of your story are you not owning?

What beliefs do you have that are not aligned with the life you want to live?

What are you carrying around with you that is not serving you?

What truths are you avoiding?

What are you denying yourself? What do you believe you can’t have

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