In this amazing episode Susy, aka The Copper Vessel, vulnerably shares her journey through the darkness of addiction and anxiety.
She's still here today because she found her way back to the light.
Susy has been a tremendous inspiration on my own healing journey. She's literally the most positive person I know. Her energy and sense of integrity help me align to Source in a more clear way and I'm so honored to have her on the show to share her shine.
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I'll let her share about her journey in her own words:
"My own life experience taught me that real healing is a holistic path that begins with a journey to the Self. We can take away the manifestations of our addictions, but in order to heal anxiety and dis-ease, we must choose to re-connect with the light within.
My background includes a degree in East Asian Studies and Religious Studies from the University of Virginia as well as certifications as a Usui/Holy Fire II...
Sending waves of love to you today!
Do you feel it?
You can only receive that love from me, or anyone else if you love yourself.
Do you love you? Do you do things on a daily basis to practice self-love?
It's taken me a long time to understand what self-love actually means.
It’s not just about acknowledging what you're good at, it’s about loving all parts of yourself. The dark side. The shadow. The pain. The story that got you here. The vulnerabilities.
It’s gotta be the whole thing. This self-love journey has opened me up to so much creative expansion, soul connections, and abundance beyond my wildest dreams.
When I'm not loving myself, and I fall off sometimes, I'm hungry for love from the outside. Constantly seeking validation or wanting a partner to fill me up.
I also fall into a trap of letting the voice of ego run the show (that’s the perfectionist in me). Loving yourself is being a friend to yourself. Being encouraging as you would to...
What’s good fam?
For me, most things are good. My life is truly blessed.
It wasn't always that way though. I suffered for a long time. I’m talking deep, dark depression. Suicidal thoughts. I know what it’s like to see no way out.
Thankfully, through a lot of inner work and inspirational influences I made it out to the other side. I’m not gonna pretend that every day is easy, but I’ve learned the importance of consciously bringing joy into my life at every chance - and that’s been a game changer.
Who says play has to stop after childhood?
When you’ve been wading through darkness for so long and you finally come into lighter energy, you feel like a newborn. Fresh eyes to see, expanded heart to feel, new mind to wonder.
Do you feel me?
And you know what, I have the most epic podcast episode to share with you to help with exactly that:
“How To HARNESS THE POWER OF PLAY” with my good friend Dr. Cat...