Hello, Wild Ones ~
Jenny Lee (@the_sacred_wholeness) is an Embodiment Mentor, Vocal Empowerment Coach, Breathwork Facilitator, and incredible musician out of Oregon. Her vision at The Sacred Wholeness is to 'activate coherence (the harmonic union of feeling, thinking, and doing) as the most powerful tool for self-healing.
In this conversation, Jenny and I unpack what it really means to "stand in your truth" and how truth is intimately connected with your nervous system, childhood experiences, attachment strategies, and physical health.
This episode is for those who desire to use their voice more, speak with greater authority and authenticity, design a life that feels aligned for them, expand in communication skills, heal relational wounds, and better understand the energetics behind their voice, throat, and vocal power. It is also for you if you're a healer, facilitator, or coach who is actively helping to guide people more closely to their own truth.
Understanding 'interbeing,' learning that true freedom includes consequence and finding the sweet spot between limitation and boundlessness
Self-empowerment as a necessary pathway for our individual growth but not the end destination; why we must come into relational empowerment for true thriving
Truth and vulnerability as necessary gateways to genuine human connection; and the titration of truth based on the state of your nervous system
The throat chakra as a bridge between the head and the heart; our expression and our intentions; and the seat of the will — if you want to express more love, heal your throat
Coming into right relationship with fear as a guide back to ourselves
And much more. This was a fun and enlivening conversation that helped me feel even more empowered to speak my truth, share my words, and lean into my authenticity. If it stirs something alive in you, please leave a comment, subscribe, and share it with the wild ones in your life.
Lastly, just a heads up that we experienced some sound quality hiccups, and there are some slight echoes in the background.
Resources mentioned in the episode:
The concept of 'interbeing' as first mentioned by Charles Eisenstein in 'The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible'
Exploring your somatic experience of truth as explained by Carolyn Elliot in 'Existential Kink: Unmask Your Shadow and Embrace Your Power'
The throat chakra as the 'seat of the will' as explained by Carolyn Myss