Phoenix Rising How to Rise after Sexual Trauma
For today’s podcast I’d first like to advise that this episode on how to rise after sexual trauma, contains sensitive information in respect to sexual assault and sexual trauma. If this maybe a trigger for you, I kindly ask that you tune out now or proceed with awareness that the content of this podcast might be triggering.
Today we delve deeply into trauma, specifically sexual trauma, it’s short and long terms effects on the mind, body and life of the sufferer. Our incredible guest Erin Kyna bravely and honestly shares of a very recent experience of sexual assault and how she’s integrating her personal healing journey to not only rise above the events but find the gold to help others heal also. This is a must listen podcast if you’re looking for your Phoenix rising moment, the time in your life to take the sum of your experiences, even the darkest and most disturbing and turn these into the catalysts that allow you to fully blossom. Today’s podcast is raw, real, honest and empowering. I’m really excited to share this episode with our incredible guests.
A little about Erin
Erin Kyna is a trauma informed sexuality healer and coach, liberating women to experience their pleasure potential in all areas of life including sex.
Her journey has been one of a coach and healer on the path to empowerment for the last ten years, travelling the world, and guiding other women along their path as she follows her own. She shows women how to rise after sexual trauma.
Erin believes we all have the goddess inside of us. The goddess who is sacred, feminine, powerful, pleasured, wild, sensual, confident, and radiant. It is her pleasure and honour to guide women all around the world to embody their inner goddess and their highest potential in all areas of life, including their sexual potential.
It was so wonderful to have Erin on the show today. And to be reminded of the power of the darkness to awaken us to the wonders of who we truly how, of how acceptance of all parts of ourselves and really doing the work, not shying away can translate into a deeper experience of life. How to follow you’ll find below.
If you found this podcast triggering and or upsetting, please don’t hesitate to reach out to work with either Erin or Kylie or be referred to a clinical psychologist or support group.
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