Have you ever noticed there is a frequency to every conversation? Some conversations are at a frequency that almost everyone would easily understand and would not feel resistance to integrating it. Then there are conversations that carry some higher frequencies. Conversations about consciousness, transformation, the way we live life, emotional intelligence, and various levels of healing; conversations like this cause some people to either tune out, be in resistance to listening, or literally not fully hear or integrate the words spoken. The frequency of conversation is a great thing to observe. This podcast about healing and transformation is one of those conversations that carries a very high frequency.
This week I had the founder of The Academy for Integrative Medicine, an integrative medicine expert, doctor of sexology, psychotherapist, board certified functional medicine provider, Ayurvedic practitioner, medicine woman, best-selling author, speaker, and mother of four, Dr. Keesha Ewers on the show. She helps women reverse their autoimmune disease, heal their childhood trauma, and make friends with the woman they see in the mirror. This means you wind up with a healed digestive system, balanced hormones, a body you love, and energy that sizzles.
On today’s podcast episode
Keesha shares the truth about healing and transformation, about her new book, and a brand new recipe that is perfect for your sweet tooth!
Last week Ryan Sternagel shared tips for getting toxins out of your home environment, what we can learn from how his son Ryder interacts with his environment, and how you can learn from the top experts about reducing the toxins in your home! Check out last week’s episode to find out more!
Also, don’t forget to listen to the end of the episode for this week’s new take action item!
To find out more about Dr. Keesha Ewers and healing and transformation visit this website.
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As always, my hope for you is that you love big and live abundantly! xo
Thank you Dr Keesha for sharing