This episode is a conversation with Victoria Rose – a writer, teacher, and traditional birth witness, pre- and perinatal educator, and birth consultant.
Through her work, Victoria helps people access their birth memories, offering deep healing for individuals on the path to greater mental, emotional, and physical health.
Here’s a beautiful website excerpt highlighting her body of work.
“Memory may be more accurately defined as not what we remember but rather what we don’t remember. Woven into the fabric of our bodies are the records of our birth and pre-birth experiences. In order to access these living archives, we must step outside our cognitive thinking-brains and merely look to the present.”
Re-visiting our own birth, in-utero, conception, and pre-conception experiences will reveal the extent to which our physical health, mental and emotional patterns, professional limitations, and ways of being in relationship are directly informed by our earliest developmental experiences.”
What I loved most about our conversation was how Victoria inspired a beautiful opportunity to enroll my parents in my healing journey.
Over the past few months, I’ve had many conversations with my mom and dad – sometimes separately, sometimes together. I’m grateful that each has led to profound realizations and deep cathartic releases.
I believe our parents (whether we have physical access to them or not) play such a powerful role in our journeys to greater health.
I hope this conversation with Victoria inspires you to lean deeper into your upbringing with curiosity, compassion, and love.
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