Our gifted dear friend and spiritual inspiration, Ash Johns is an ancestral healer and certified psychospiritual life coach. She works with women to identify and heal unseen generational patterns created by deep ancestral traumas.
We totally go there in this one – settle in for another deep conversation, fam.
Ash Johns Guides the Community to Invaluable Ancestral Knowledge
We talk a lot about the complexities of the healing space, touch on the two-dimensional nature of social media, and really dig into some methodology and takeaways from her deep understanding of ancestral healing.
“Stop grabbing at the wounds that you’re healing. Stop identifying with the family patterns that you are letting go of.” – Ash Johns, Almost 30 Podcast
Don’t miss a guided ancestral connection toward the end of the interview to truly call in the energetics and wisdom put forth by this beautiful channel of a being. We’re so honored to share this space with Ash today, and with you all, always.
We also talk about:
- Contextualizing personal truths
- Creating a holographic self
- Modalities of ancestral healing
- Limitations of being a “smart” woman
- Connecting to heart
- White women claiming their lineage
- Inherited blessings
- Guided ancestral connection
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- Read: Paths to Freedom by Ash Johns (coming 2024)
- Website: ashleyjohns.com
- Free e-book: The Lay of the Lands
- Podcast: It’s Still Happening
- 12-Week Ancestral Healing Course: Healing Is Happening™
- YouTube: Ash Johns Inspires
- Instagram: @ashinspires
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