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SoulTalk with Kute Blackson

Sep 17, 2019

"Teachers and teachings come in and out of our lives at all times, designed to hold a mirror up to reflect back to us the places within ourselves that disconnected from God. Because we can’t change it until we can see it."

Episode Summary: Seane Corn has been a yoga teacher for over 25 years. In this soul-warming interview, she shares the importance of acknowledging feelings and sensations to begin healing trauma and addictions. She talks about the relationship between numbing sensation and lack of empathy. As well, she shares her thoughts on the use of drugs to enhance the spiritual practice and how self-esteem is the key to inner wisdom. 

Some Questions I Ask

  • What inspired you to teach and get into activism?
  • Was there a moment when you woke up and decided on sobriety? What was that process like? 
  • Is there a line between not judging where you’re at and using this as a ‘cop-out’? How can one discern?
  • What are your thoughts on the impact of marijuana use on the brain and nervous system?
  • How did you deal with the need for external validation and move through it?


In This Episode You Will Learn

  • How to begin the process of emotional healing.
  • A key question to ask yourself to begin getting unstuck from any situation.
  • Two different kinds of trauma and how to deal with them. 
  • How to deal with the cravings that are detrimental for our spiritual development.
  • The important first step towards healing trauma.