Sacred Psychology: Episode 63 with Marian Bacol-Uba
- Why we don’t often see Asian Americans in media, especially women
- Marian’s experience with “family guilt” in Asian culture growing up
- Why Marian came forward about her intense childhood sexual abuse and the destructive aftermath
- Her spiritual awakening after a near-death experience at age 28
- The journey to the opposite side of the country and also inward for Marian
- 3 different states of consciousness when it comes to trauma
- The power of conscious healing and living
- How working with her inner child played a strong role in Marian’s healing path
- Marian’s experiences with past lives and the possibility certain lessons get re-lived
- The sacredness of Self
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Meet Marian Bacol-Uba
She is also a Certified Pranayama and Meditation Teacher and loves creating “conscious content” on her Thriver Lifestyle Podcast and Mondays with Marian YouTube channel.
Her mission is to empower others to transform past trauma into triumphs and rediscover their own powers to heal themselves from the inside out.
Connect with her further: http://www.marianbacoluba.com/
Meet Tamara Powell:
Tamara Powell, LMHC is a licensed therapist, university psychology instructor, and soul mentor for non-conformists. She is also a reiki master teacher known for integrating science and mysticism.
With specializations designed to quell existential angst and provoke the highest potential in each woman to achieve her true soul purpose, Tamara is passionate about holding sacred space for misfits and mystics.
If you’re interested in working with her, you can learn more about her services here.
Sound Editing provided by Pete Bailey: http://petebailey.net/audio/