Sheleana Aiyana is the real deal when it comes to processing family trauma. After you hear the story of what she went through as a child – and how she overcame it – you’ll be a believer as well.
Sheleana Aiyana is the Guide We Need to Heal From Our Collective Familial Trauma
Sheleana knows that, if more of us could understand the impact of inherited family trauma and how to move through it, the world would be a brighter place. She’s the founder of Rising Woman, a community of more than three million readers. Sheleana is very truthful, very heart-centered, and she’s doing work that helps so many people.
“The relational journey is confusing and hard sometimes, and it’s also beautiful and worth it.” – Sheleana Aiyana, Rising Woman
Her new book, “Becoming the One,” debunks the myth that we need someone from outside ourselves, “the one,” to come into our life and save us. You have everything within you to become the one in your own life. And if you doubt it now, Sheleana can be very convincing.
We also talk about:
- Coming into your voice
- Allowing yourself to be seen
- How different internal wounds are healed
- Bringing conscious work into your relationship
- The power struggle phase of relationships
- The myth of The One
- Coming back to the body
- The journey of inner teen work
- Visit Rising Woman at risingwoman.com
- Read: Becoming the One
- Follow Sheleana on Instagram: @sheleanaaiyana
- Follow Rising Woman on Instagram: @RisingWoman
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