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- Who Jamie is and what she's feeling most passionate about currently.
- Making space for more than work.
- Jamie's relationship with her body when she was younger, which was impacted by things like being baptized in the Evangelical church and having ADHD.
- Our similar experiences growing up in high-touch religions we didn't get a say in participating in.
- What it was like for Jamie to walk away from her entire belief system.
- How our bodies are always ahead of our brains.
- The need to lean into our grief rather than resist it.
- Why Jamie refers to herself as a conflict mediator between humans and their bodies.
- Learning to see people as full people, not just their behaviors.
Mentioned in This Episode
- You Are Your Own by Jamie Lee Finch
- The Enneagram
- Jamie's “Your Body is a Person” online course
- Jamie's free mini course
Featured in This Episode
Jamie Lee Finch (she/her) is an embodiment coach, author, speaker, and poet. She's coached over 400 people in the past 5 years and sees her role in her work as that of a conflict mediator between human beings and their bodies. She's just released her very first online course called “Your Body is a Person,” which walks you through her entire methodology and practice of Personified Embodiment. You can keep up with Jamie on her website, Instagram, and Twitter.
Did you benefit from this episode? You can show your appreciation by supporting Jamie's work. Check out the free mini version of Jamie's “Your Body is a Person” course.
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