Episode 84 ~ with Sheila Winter Wallace
Given the depth of cultural wiring that permeates how we go about doing what we do, women often find themselves on the short end of the stick when it comes to their own wellbeing! Profoundly committed to making a difference with others, it’s easy for women to give and give… and forget, to replenish their own essential supply of Life Force and vitality, essential to shaping a healthy reality of their own… of mind, body and spirit.
In addition, women in the healing arts often find themselves in isolation of each other. Particularly for those who engage in a private practice, attending to clients becomes the first priority; with family and friends following closely behind. Rare are those who make room to find ways to feed themselves beyond the content of a new technique… to ensure evolution of their essential being!
Join Louise and her guest as they consider what it is to be a woman in the healing arts. In the good company of one who knows well what this journey demands, we’ll explore what it takes for women to remember that they matter, too!
In conversation with:
Sheila Winter Wallace – WEL-Systems Institute Affiliate and Registered CODE Model Coach™ – is well-versed and extensively practised in the healing arts. With a background in nursing and trained in a wide variety of methodologies of the body, Sheila is also a Full Initiator in Ancient Hawaiian Huna and a Reiki Master/Teacher; and the Creator of BSI (Body/Spirit Integration) – an experience of hands-on, tactile CODE Model Coaching™.
In her own words: “It is when I choose to embrace, own and speak to the truth of my experience… not something we think that others want to hear… and, yet, it is all illusion, really. When I deny that truth in, for, and by mySelf, my life gets really tough; and… mindlessly aiming to default to ‘tough’ is a choice. These days, I am awake enough so that I can consciously ‘feel’ the difference and own it.”
<< available until October 3rd>> Listen to Episode 84