This is an episode about trusting your instincts. Asking yourself questions, and listening to your gut. Whether you're an atheist, agnostic, or theist, we all know that there is a voice inside us that leads us if we listen. Kevin's story is about the journey of following that voice and the freedom it will give you.
There are a lot of barriers that try to stop us from listening to our guts. Religion, ideologies, fear, negativity, politics, logic, even untrustworthy people. Whether you're someone who naturally follows your instincts, or not, Kevin Hartley's story will encourage you to trust and follow your gut.
CONTACT KEVIN HARTLEY
Kevin is a Mobile Massage Therapist Serving Seattle/Bellevue to Everett & Ballard Studio.
He specializes in what he calls Fascial Release, similar to Myofascial Release™, but combines several styles together. Kevin is also a Reiki Master and working that into his work as well.
My personal therapeutic experience with him went far beyond that and I feel that Kevin is a healer in more than just body.
MUSIC FROM THIS EPISODE
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- Kevin work injuries.
- Marijuana as medicine?
- How he followed his intuition into his calling, dream, destiny, whatever you want to call it.
- Asking questions.
- How Kevin goes about his bodywork and massage.
- Following your gut.
- How accidents, pain, and life suffering often teaches us the best lessons and frees us from our past bondages.
- Hearing God?
- Myers-Briggs psychological profile.
- Reiki Class
- Dealing with your pain, to be a better helper to the healing of others.
- Fear of other people's beliefs because we don’t understand each other yet.
- Your Ora, WTF?.
- Therapy questions to ask ourselves.
- The parts of Zac’s back which are sensitive to the presence of other people’s energy behind him.
- Sacral Chakra - This person is open to the world around them. They have energy, compassion, grounded intuition, emotional stability and a zest for life. On the other hand, though, an out of whack sacral chakra can cause many problems. Your sacral chakra is located in your lower abdomen, about one to two inches below your naval.
- Just being there for someone is hugely therapeutic, we’re social beings.
- Working past our rejecting of religion to still stay open to new things from others that seem like more religious minutia.
- Blending therapy and bodywork.
- How could western medicine be more wholistic?
- Disease thrives in stressful bodies. They need that negative energy.
- Community after the pain.
- Community after losing religion and leaving the church institution.
- Who can I trust? To whom can I open up?
- To find those people that are going to be there for you and not judge you is rare. So be aware when it happens. They’re out there.
- Listen to your body. It knows what you need.