28 May Samantha Lotus: Freeing yourself from the prisons of your mind
Episode 81: Samantha Lotus
This week on the show, Samantha Lotus joins me as we discuss Alchemy of self, holistic healing and moving from victimhood to empowerment. She also shares how she chose to free herself from the prisons she was trapped in (mind, body, life) and how she helps others to do the same.
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Samantha and I discuss:
- Being a vibrant human and realising how people around are so unwell and are struggling with mental health issues
- At a very young age, Samantha decided that her mission is to understand why people are unhappy
- While accumulating all different kinds knowledge and information, Samantha went through with her own health crisis
- Samantha’s near-death experience and how it became her life’s turning point
- How our physical body is affected by our emotional trauma
- Reclaiming who we are and what we came here for
- People getting addicted to their identity
- 3 Simple steps in the practice of Alchemy:
- Negative emotions are actually important because they are trying to keep us safe
- The practice of transmutation is to have deep forgiveness, deep compassion, and deep self-acceptance
- Having compassion for yourself
- Rewiring the way we think
- On being vulnerable and honest with how we feel
- Socialisation and pressure around what it is to be a woman
- Importance of taking feedback
More about Samantha Lotus
Samantha specializes in Lifestyle Alchemy, Naturopathic Wellness and Life Purpose Business Coaching.
Using the principles of Alchemy, Quantum Physics, Positive Psychology, NLP, Sociology and Philosophy, I help empower people thrive in their lives by reclaim their health, happiness and freedom!
Alchemy of self, holistic healing and moving from victimhood to empowerment.