In this episode, I interview Nandi Hetenyi, a psycho-spiritual teacher, healer, and writer with a doctorate in clinical psychology. She and I look at our collective and individual wounding, trauma, self-hate, and toxic nourishment through scrutinizing the Death Mother in our culture, our family of origin, and our mainstream mind-set training and spirituality.
In this episode Nandi and I talk about:
*Why looking at archetypal energies are helpful.
*The distinction between having a Death Mother for a mother, and a "good enough" mother
*Understanding how the Death Mother shows up in all aspects of our lives: culturally, and individually
*How the Death Mother energy creates our trauma, wounding, and disconnection from self.
*How to re-mother ourselves, or heal the archetypal Death Mother wound.
*How we internalize the collective Death Mother and how this effects our creativity, self-love, ability to expand and grow.
*How the elemental feminine has been oppressed by this Death Mother energy
*How we have internalized the patriarchy
*The shadow sides of feminine/goddess energy
Nandi has carved out her own path of healing trauma based on her 25 years of clinical experience, along with an equal amount of time studying and practicing Buddhism, yoga, meditation, shamanic healing, and energy healing. Please find her on Instagram and on her website to find out about her coaching and healing programs.
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