More often than not, trauma gets stuck inside our bodies, and we need to get it out in order to begin to heal and move on. Devorah Steinberg is an LICSW, therapist, love coach and spiritual seeker who has dedicated her life to helping others reach their goals in love, spirit, and their life purpose. After a deeply personal spiritual journey helped Devorah find clarity, and true love, she created the Wise Woman Path to Love. Now, she is dedicated to helping her clients through online and in-person coaching in order to heal patterns of self-betrayal through mind-body approaches.
Devorah believes in the ability of mind-body practices such as yoga, hypnotherapy, and bottom-up processing in order to help yourself get unstuck. When you can forgive yourself for the ways in which you betray yourself, you can trust your intuition and avoid heartache.
It is all about the people, techniques, and healing that can help you move past your betrayal. Providing an arsenal of tools to reach out and try, Devorah is here to help you find what works for you and move from a place of darkness to freedom and light.
Have you tried any of the practices or techniques Devorah discusses on this episode? Let us know your experiences in the comments below!
In This Episode
- Recognizing and acknowledging your unconscious self-betrayal
- Specific mind-body practices to help unlock your inner potential
- Helping other women on the path to true love through a spiritual journey
- The crazy experience Debi had during a yoga class and the best types of yoga for beginners
- Tapping, hypnotherapy, EMDR, and other effective therapeutic techniques
“I started out with that deep draw to the mystical. And to what is going on at the core, at the seed, going deeper and deeper and deeper” (2:23)
“If you are focused on just giving and there is no giving and receiving to the depth of that level of balance, guess what’s going to happen? You’re not going to receive” (8:29)
“After 25 years of searching and literally feeling like I was banging my head against the wall, three months later everything changed” (10:50)
“No matter how long you have been feeling stuck, wherever you are there is a place to heal. You are not forever bound to be in this place” (26:27)