Posts tagged stigmas
022 | Conquering Mental Illness + Rising up to our Authentic Truth

Mental Illness. It's a topic that NEEDS to be brought up and spoken about. Yes, it seems as though the world is going insane. What's happening during these times is evident, this is all a call for love, connection, oneness...

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020 | The Metamorphosis of Shamanessa Goddessa + Embracing our Medicine

After years of hiding behind brands, I finally came out of the closet and stepped into my brilliance and radiance as Sabrina Riccio. For the past two years, I hid behind Shamanessa Goddessa and while she’s evolving, I too have evolved. It wasn’t until I was bitch slapped by Spirit to change my name that I actually had the courage to do so. It was a massive ego check for me to wake up and to own who I am at the core of my be-ing…

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018 | Aligning to Abundance through the Summer of Change

Diving Timing is always the name of the game. When it comes to manifesting your dream house, patience is everything. In this episode of the Sovereign Goddess Podcast, I talked about my Manifestation Journey to birth the new headquarters of Shamanessa Goddessa over in Joshua Tree, CA. The Creosote Casita was something I knew was coming, but I didn't know how.

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014 // Navigating Through the Summer of Change

Change is inevitable. And as we go through these times, we can feel off. Luckily, there's awareness and when we recognize, we're able to navigate through these times with grace and ease, we find ourselves ready to slay the game! Embark on an evolution as we all come together and support one another, becoming our highest most authentic expressions of ourselves.

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013 // psychedelic harm reduction + healing stigmas | sara gael

Today's episode is one of the most empowering conversations of my life thus far, something I couldn't even do just weeks ago. Having Sara Gael, M.A. Director of Harm Reduction for MAPS, the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies, + the head coordinator of the Zendo Project, a sacred and safe space for those who are experiencing difficult psychedelic experiences at festival and gatherings was truly an honor.

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