Majo Molfino is a writer, speaker, and coach focused on women's creative leadership, based in the world of design. He is a host a podcast called HEROINE.
Christine Gutierrez is a Latina licensed psychotherapist, life coach, and expert in love addiction, trauma, abuse, and self-esteem, and author of the book I Am Diosa: A Journey to Healing Deep, Loving Yourself, and Coming Back Home to Soul. She has a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University in human behavior and development, and a master’s degree from City College of New York in mental health counseling with a focus on prevention and community. In this episode, Christine covers a lot of ground, including what the soul is, what the return to soul looks like, what the common soul traps are – including being a good girl, how to get back in touch with your intuition, and why it is vital for us Diosas to rise up now. If you are still stuck wondering what is next in your life, this episode is not to be missed. Show Notes- Christine describes being a sensitive young girl who had a heart for the suffering of others.- Hear about the dream analyses Christine’s mother and grandmother did with her as a girl.- Learn what Christine means when she talks about our souls and connecting to the soul voice.- Experiencing the sense that there is more to life than just what we see at the surface level.- The loneliness that comes from being unusually aware of the spiritual dimension as a child.- Christine talks about the childhood abuse and trauma that caused her ‘original wound’.- When the first major shift happened and what she discovered about repetition compulsion.- The importance of having compassion with yourself as you unpack the layers of trauma.- Find out how you can avoid the ‘counterfeit gold’ soul traps on your journey to healing.- How these counterfeits can function to sharpen our instincts and develop trust in ourselves.- The problem of compromising your voice and truth for the sake of acceptance and belonging.- Advice about beginning to come into alignment with yourself and what your gut is telling you.- How to deal with your tendency to want to avoid getting still and confronting your feelings.- The possibility of inhabiting both the mundane world and the realm of the soul as a creative.- Why it is high time for the rise of leaders who are grounded in spirituality and the real worldReferencesChristine Gutierrez - https://www.christineg.tv/Christine Gutierrez on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cosmicchristine/Christine Gutierrez on Twitter - https://twitter.com/CosmicChristineI am Diosa - https://www.christineg.tv/eventsandretreatsDr. Clarissa Pinkolo Estés - http://www.clarissapinkolaestes.com/Women Who Run with the Wolves - http://www.clarissapinkolaestes.com/women_who_run_with_the_wolves__myths_and_stories_of_the_wild_woman_archetype_101250.htmBreak the Good Girl Myth - https://majomolfino.com/bookMajo Molfino - https://majomolfino.com/HEROINE (Podcast) - https://majomolfino.com/podcast
Christine Gutierrez is a Latina licensed psychotherapist, life coach, and expert in love addiction, trauma, abuse, and self-esteem, and author of the book I Am Diosa: A Journey to Healing Deep, Loving Yourself, and Coming Back Home to Soul. She has a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University in human behavior and development, and a master’s degree from City College of New York in mental health counseling with a focus on prevention and community. In this episode, Christine covers a lot of ground, including what the soul is, what the return to soul looks like, what the common soul traps are – including being a good girl, how to get back in touch with your intuition, and why it is vital for us Diosas to rise up now. If you are still stuck wondering what is next in your life, this episode is not to be missed. Show Notes- Christine describes being a sensitive young girl who had a heart for the suffering of others.- Hear about the dream analyses Christine’s mother and grandmother did with her as a girl.- Learn what Christine means when she talks about our souls and connecting to the soul voice.- Experiencing the sense that there is more to life than just what we see at the surface level.- The loneliness that comes from being unusually aware of the spiritual dimension as a child.- Christine talks about the childhood abuse and trauma that caused her ‘original wound’.- When the first major shift happened and what she discovered about repetition compulsion.- The importance of having compassion with yourself as you unpack the layers of trauma.- Find out how you can avoid the ‘counterfeit gold’ soul traps on your journey to healing.- How these counterfeits can function to sharpen our instincts and develop trust in ourselves.- The problem of compromising your voice and truth for the sake of acceptance and belonging.- Advice about beginning to come into alignment with yourself and what your gut is telling you.- How to deal with your tendency to want to avoid getting still and confronting your feelings.- The possibility of inhabiting both the mundane world and the realm of the soul as a creative.- Why it is high time for the rise of leaders who are grounded in spirituality and the real worldReferencesChristine Gutierrez - https://www.christineg.tv/Christine Gutierrez on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cosmicchristine/Christine Gutierrez on Twitter - https://twitter.com/CosmicChristineI am Diosa - https://www.christineg.tv/eventsandretreatsDr. Clarissa Pinkolo Estés - http://www.clarissapinkolaestes.com/Women Who Run with the Wolves - http://www.clarissapinkolaestes.com/women_who_run_with_the_wolves__myths_and_stories_of_the_wild_woman_archetype_101250.htmBreak the Good Girl Myth - https://majomolfino.com/bookMajo Molfino - https://majomolfino.com/HEROINE (Podcast) - https://majomolfino.com/podcast
This week I’m thrilled to speak with a woman whose work I’ve followed for years.Martha Beck, PhD, is a New York Times bestselling author, life coach, speaker, and holds three degrees from Harvard University. Oprah calls her “one of the smartest women I know.” Martha walked away from the religious Mormon community she was raised in, exposed her father, and wrote about the dark secrets and hypocrisy of the Mormon church in her book Leaving the Saints. She received backlash from the church, but in the process, found her true, whole self.In this episode, Martha and I discuss why the intellect is important, but a deeper connection to nature and with our own souls is what the world truly needs. You’ll learn how breaking away from cultural rules brings us into alignment with our true selves, and we become whole, healthy, connected individuals full of integrity. This is a beautiful conversation heroine, one of the top interviews in all my years of doing the show. Show Notes- Martha on being raised as Mormon royalty due to his father’s “scholarly” work.- Discovering the hypocrisy surrounding certain religious people, including her father.- The intense experience of leaving the church and, with that, her family, friends, and culture.- How she got the courage to confront the deep religious conditioning she grew up in.- The crossroads experience of her pregnancy with her Down’s syndrome boy, Adam.- Hear why Martha felt like she needed to unlearn everything that she was taught at Harvard.- Why caring for a fragile life is the most-needed skill in the world right now.- The restrictive good girl archetype as a socially constructed self for many women.- Distinguishing between the essential self that is natural and the social self that is cultural.- The split that happens when people believe things that are contrary to their essential self.- Understanding that finding and claiming your true nature does not come without opposition.- Withstanding backlash, the role of shame, and grieving the loss of cultural connection.- Why, for Martha, life coaching is such a powerful, necessary tool for society.- What the flip side of the Drama Triangle means for persecutors, victims, and rescuers.- How wayfinding can help us discover our deeper purpose and navigate through the chaos.- Find out how existing in alignment with your true nature brings you closer to the supernatural. - The magic of the written word when we write from a powerful connection to truth.ReferencesMartha Beck - https://marthabeck.com/Martha Beck on Twitter - https://twitter.com/marthabeck/Diana, Herself: An Allegory of Awakening - https://www.amazon.com/Diana-Herself-Awakening-Bewilderment-Chronicles/dp/1944264000Leaving the Saints: How I Lost the Mormons and Found My Faith USA Today - https://www.amazon.com/Leaving-Saints-Mormons-Found-Faith/dp/0307335992NPR - https://www.npr.org/Oprah - http://www.oprah.com/index.htmlEsther Perel - https://www.estherperel.com/David Emerald - https://powerofted.com/about-david/Stanford University - https://www.stanford.edu/Harvard University - https://www.harvard.edu/J.K. Rowling - https://www.jkrowling.com/
This week I’m thrilled to speak with a woman whose work I’ve followed for years.Martha Beck, PhD, is a New York Times bestselling author, life coach, speaker, and holds three degrees from Harvard University. Oprah calls her “one of the smartest women I know.” Martha walked away from the religious Mormon community she was raised in, exposed her father, and wrote about the dark secrets and hypocrisy of the Mormon church in her book Leaving the Saints. She received backlash from the church, but in the process, found her true, whole self.In this episode, Martha and I discuss why the intellect is important, but a deeper connection to nature and with our own souls is what the world truly needs. You’ll learn how breaking away from cultural rules brings us into alignment with our true selves, and we become whole, healthy, connected individuals full of integrity. This is a beautiful conversation heroine, one of the top interviews in all my years of doing the show. Show Notes- Martha on being raised as Mormon royalty due to his father’s “scholarly” work.- Discovering the hypocrisy surrounding certain religious people, including her father.- The intense experience of leaving the church and, with that, her family, friends, and culture.- How she got the courage to confront the deep religious conditioning she grew up in.- The crossroads experience of her pregnancy with her Down’s syndrome boy, Adam.- Hear why Martha felt like she needed to unlearn everything that she was taught at Harvard.- Why caring for a fragile life is the most-needed skill in the world right now.- The restrictive good girl archetype as a socially constructed self for many women.- Distinguishing between the essential self that is natural and the social self that is cultural.- The split that happens when people believe things that are contrary to their essential self.- Understanding that finding and claiming your true nature does not come without opposition.- Withstanding backlash, the role of shame, and grieving the loss of cultural connection.- Why, for Martha, life coaching is such a powerful, necessary tool for society.- What the flip side of the Drama Triangle means for persecutors, victims, and rescuers.- How wayfinding can help us discover our deeper purpose and navigate through the chaos.- Find out how existing in alignment with your true nature brings you closer to the supernatural. - The magic of the written word when we write from a powerful connection to truth.ReferencesMartha Beck - https://marthabeck.com/Martha Beck on Twitter - https://twitter.com/marthabeck/Diana, Herself: An Allegory of Awakening - https://www.amazon.com/Diana-Herself-Awakening-Bewilderment-Chronicles/dp/1944264000Leaving the Saints: How I Lost the Mormons and Found My Faith USA Today - https://www.amazon.com/Leaving-Saints-Mormons-Found-Faith/dp/0307335992NPR - https://www.npr.org/Oprah - http://www.oprah.com/index.htmlEsther Perel - https://www.estherperel.com/David Emerald - https://powerofted.com/about-david/Stanford University - https://www.stanford.edu/Harvard University - https://www.harvard.edu/J.K. Rowling - https://www.jkrowling.com/
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