We Can't Heal The Present Without Healing the Ghosts of Our Past
The ancient Celts believed that this time of the year was one of " a thin veil between the worlds"- that is, our world and the unseen world of spirits. As we approach Halloween, we will be delving into some of the deeper spiritual currents behind the traditions that have influenced this holiday.
In this episode, Chelsea and Rebekah go full-on woo to talk to two women who are working to heal their own ancestral lineages through psychic, spiritual, and psychological modalities. How does the trauma experienced by our ancestors continue to affect us today? And how do we deal with the fact that our ancestors may have perpetrated the very injustices we are fighting today?
Kimi Kawabori has been able to see energies and spirits from a young age. As a descendant from Taiji, the whaling village featured in "The Cove," and daughter of parents imprisoned in the WWII Japanese Internment camps, she has a unique perspective on healing ancestral lines. With over 400 hours studying energy work, she love moving energy so people can live clear and empowered lives. You can learn more about her and work with her at kimiko.life.
Alissa Fleet has been training in consciousness studies since 2001, including meditation, Buddhist psychology, engaged spirituality, family systems constellations, and shamanic healing. Her focus is how becoming conscious brings transformation for ourselves and our world.
In This Episode
The Cove, 2009 documentary
Evan Pritchard, Native American historian
The Spell of the Sensuous, by David Abram