Sovereign Society Podcast Episode 062 | Mending the Heart of the Holidays / Erin Telford

Sovereign Society Podcast Episode 062 | Mending the Heart of the Holidays / Erin Telford

It’s holiday season and this time of year especially can bring about many triggers….and many opportunities for healing. In this episode of the Sovereign Society podcast, I join Sabrina Riccio to offer you support in how to navigate through these holidays, with some gentle guidance as to how you can implement more compassion and love at home.  

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Living Open Podcast Episode #67: Erin Telford - Opening Her Heart with Breathwork

Living Open Podcast Episode #67:  Erin Telford - Opening Her Heart with Breathwork

“OUR BODY DOESN’T LIE. IT TELLS THE TRUTH AND IT KNOWS. AND IT’S NEUTRAL.” 

I really, really enjoyed this conversation with Erin Telford. We really connected and I could feel her heart the whole time-- appropriate since we talk about opening your heart with breathwork. Let me just say Erin is the real deal! 

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The Radically Selfish Podcast - Be Daring Enough to Dream a New Dream

The Radically Selfish Podcast - Be Daring Enough to Dream a New Dream

”Just as we are in a constant state of evolution, so are our dreams.

This episode is all about letting yourself want something new. Here to guide us through this personal revolution is Erin Telford. She is no stranger to deciding on a new dream. In fact, Erin has taken her journey to internal transformation to a very literal and incredibly powerful place.

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MagaMama Podcast Episode #15: Erin Telford on Breathwork, the Role of Emotions, Grief & Redemption

MagaMama Podcast Episode #15:  Erin Telford on Breathwork, the Role of Emotions, Grief & Redemption

“In this episode, we talk about breathwork as a therapeutic modality that bypasses the mind, the role of emotions, and dealing with grief. We ended up in some deep archetypal shizzle. The story of Erin's family, her mother and her sister has so many miraculous and redemptive elements for them as souls and family, but for us all.”

~ Kimberly Johnson

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