This week on the Tales of Recovery podcast, my guest Mimi Young and I have a deep and fun conversation that includes our somehow similar bi-cultural immigrant lives~ Her family moved from Taiwan to Canada when she was two years old, she sensed her intuitive gifts from a young age which included a deep connection with plants and Spirits, clairolfaction and other physic abilities. Navigating through family traditions and cultural obstacles Mimi tells her story of REcovering her gifts of healing and becoming a Shamanic practitioner~ It is a fascinating conversation on the journey of discovering, knowing and allowing our birthright to freedom and the Spirit world, in spite of strong cultural and religious opposition. We talk about the importance of our ancestry, honoring our dead and other juicy bits. Listen to her wisdom which is full of light~ on this eve of Samhain, and Dia de los Muertos.
Mimi Young is a shamanic practitioner and founder of Ceremonie, a shamanic and ritual-based brand focusing on in-person and online shamanic education, Remote Shamanic Readings, and an aura + skincare line that is made in ceremony. Mimi works with a blend of modalities including core shamanism and botanical healing, hedge magick, and Chinese shamanic modalities, with a focus on integrating the subconscious with the conscious, past lives work, divination, dream work, ancestral healing, and divine feminine reawakening. Mimi lives with her partner and their two boys in Vancouver, Canada. You can find and follow her on https://shopceremonie.com/ and on IG @shopceremonie