19 minutes | Dec 11, 2019

#37: Experiential Learning

Experiential learning offers us a self-referencing approach to learn about how we tick inside. It allows us to eliminate the noise around us and to focus on awakening and listening to our whole self.  Notes When we find ourselves regurgitating back what we learn, it has no relevance to how we experience information from or through our own truth, our body-based awareness. Experiential learning builds self-trust and helps us to see through the erudite machinations of the mind. Then, we can create greater intimacy with self, others, nature and more. Self-acceptance allows us to step away from living outside of our truth.  If we don’t recognize the mental games that we play, we can become stuck in a reality that we don’t like or really believe in. Shamanic work is self-referencing, while in collaboration with nature or allies. Helping people to shift perspectives is a cornerstone of intuitive readings. Being curious invites us to see things differently and to embrace change. Experiential learning helps us to awaken and integrate more fully who we are in this world.    Subscribe to invite our conversation into your life every Wednesday. <3 Join our conversation on Instagram. https://www.lifeunveiled.today/   Musical Intro and Outro is “Blue Ska” by  Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License, http://creativecomm
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