This week on the podcast, Kaite chats with licensed psychotherapist and yoga teacher Ashley Turner. They share candidly about the beautiful and ugly parts of their spiritual journeys. Learn how to recognize when your shadow is running the show and how to deeply accept and work with the parts of yourself that you want to hide. By moving beyond spiritual materialism and into a higher level of awareness we can show up in our lives with more confidence and less insecurity!
Join Katie and Ashley as they deep dive into the intersection of Yoga, Buddhism, Tantra, and Jungian psychology in this conversation about how to take our spiritual awareness to the next level.
In this episode you’ll hear:
~ Level 1 Ayurveda School is open for registration, at the lowest early bird tuition price! Early bird prices are active through October 31st, so get in this month to save! Click here to learn more, register, or book a call with a graduate of the program. Payment plans abound!
~ What does “to heal” actually mean?
~ Why Katie is a Jungian psychology PhD dropout
~ How to start integrating all the parts of yourself
~ Tools to expand your awareness beyond spiritual materialism
~ What does “shadow work” mean?
~ How to work with your shadow
~ What is a healthy, balanced ego
~ Katie’s new book, Glow-Worthy: Practices for Awakening Your Inner Light and Loving Yourself as You Are—Broken, Beautiful, and Sacred is available now!
Other links mentioned in this episode:
~ Ashley’s online yoga & mental health platform, The Haven
~ Ashley’s teacher Mona Miller
HELP US SPREAD OUR POD WINGS
This show is a passion project that I produce for the love of sharing. If you enjoy this show and want a free and easy way to help it grow, the most effective way you can help is to:
- Subscribe to the show by clicking “subscribe” in iTunes
- Write us a review in iTunes
- Share this show with one friend right now!
It’s seems simple, but you’d be AMAZED to know how much it helps my little love project reach more people. iTunes’ algorithm uses ratings and reviews to know who to show our show to in their app.
From my heart to your screen,