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Natural Cesarean Recovery Remedies

Natural Cesarean Recovery Remedies Cesarean recovery. What to expect? What is not normal? Let’s back the conversation up to what is a cesarean section or c-section? Cesarean delivery (C–section) is a surgical procedure used to deliver a baby through incisions in the abdomen and uterus. A C–section might be planned ahead of time if you develop pregnancy complications…

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Intentionally Present, Elena Sonnino Season 1 Episode 15

Intentionally Present Elena Sonnino discusses being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease, doing everything you were told is not possible, being intentionally present, taking on others’ emotions, and pranayama.    This episode is for anyone that is facing a serious disease, looking to switch their perspective, hearing the impossible happen and living with intention. Malcolm did hit us…

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Finding your SOUL, Jennifer Lyall Season 1 Episode 14

Finding your SOUL Jennifer Lyall discusses discovering and embracing your soul’s purpose, the vicious cycle of not believing in your self, sacred places, signs from the universe, finding actionable power in your own backyard, and animal medicine. This episode is for anyone that is soul searching, curious about seeing and recognizing signs, and ready to…

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Ignite your intuition, Willow Bradner Season 1 Episode 13

Ignite Your Intuition Willow Bradner discusses how she became the girl who speaks to dead people, spirit “kidnappers”, tight butt syndrome, self sabotage and postpartum in relation to the soul.   This episode is for anyone who is searching to light up their intuition, add more perspective to postpartum and understand how their limiting beliefs are…

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This stage of life

This stage of life. It’s hard, you guys. I’m talking right now to you moms who are in your late 20’s to mid 30’s. You have kids. Likely two, three, maybe four of them. They probably range in age from newborns to 7 or 8 year-olds. (Give or take a few, on all of the…

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