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Trauma to Truth with Special Guest Felicia Tomasko
Shadow to Self with Acharya Shunya
What is the message of the shadow? In this episode, Felicia Tomasko discusses how to navigate our emotional and worldly shadows in the human body. She shares her personal story of healing breast cancer through breath and mantra of service. Felicia is a registered nurse, Ayurveda & yoga teacher at YogaGlo and LMU Extension, Editor in Chief at LA Yoga Magazine, and spiritual seeker. Listen to this podcast for this captivating conversation on philosophy, womanhood, and our human capacity for light.
Includes a meditation that will help you tune in to compassion.We are delighted to have Editor in Chief of La Yoga and Yoga Glow teacher, Felicia Tomasko, on DENtalks Podcast today! If you’re struggling to integrate your practice with your everyday life - this episode is for you! Felicia is so honest about her own personal struggles throughout the years from growing up in a religious family, finding yoga and meditation as a young girl, becoming a nurse and then finally moving to Los Angeles where she ended up as Editor in Chief of LA Yoga. How does she balance a high pressure job while being a yogi? Well, we touch a lot on the idea of increasing our capacity through yoga, meditation, and Ayurvedic practices to help us stay grounded and balance the two worlds, which in fact Felicia argues shouldn’t have to be separate. She believes we must all integrate our practices into our everyday lives and has many helpful tips on how you can do this too. She is so honest about her personal experiences with grief, how she believes faith is a muscle, and how there are some things in life that have no answers - it’s all a part of being human. Don’t miss her Personal Practice where she guides us through a meditation that will help you tune in to compassion.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dentalks-powered-by-den-meditation7294/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Felicia Tomasko is a the President of Bliss Network and Editor-In-Chief of LA Yoga Magazine and Boston Yoga Magazine. She has spent the majority of her life practicing yoga and ayurveda. Felicia has earned degrees in environmental biology, anthropology, and nursing and holds certifications in yoga, yoga therapy, and ayurveda. She’s spent her career working in cognitive neuroscience and plant biochemistry. In this episode, Felicia talks about how we digest at every level (physically, mentally, and spiritually), how often we should be practicing self care and detox, and why humans need to shift their focus to their breathe based off of our biology alone. Radically Vibrant Felicia After being introduced to Ayurveda, I realized that it’s the owner’s manual for the human body The practices of yoga cultivate, strengthen, and enhance our ability to digest ourselves, our souls, and the foods we eat I like to cultivate instances of positive peer pressure to shift people into their purpose Radically Inspired Clarity Yoga helps us deal with the heartbreak of what it means to be human—what are the tools, practices, and people that can soothe our soul? Detoxes are not a once in a while thing, they are a regular practice of detoxing our mind, body, and soul At the heart of love, is acceptance–acceptance for ourselves and of other people Felicia Answers… What is the biggest imbalance that we are suffering from right now? How can we utilize our breath for detoxifying? How have you cultivated a community? Radically Loved Quotes “When we are intentional with our breath it shifts so many things that we are experiencing, both that we are aware of and totally not aware of.” “Self care is not an add on. The detox is not the destination. What are we integrating into our every day is the self care and the detox.” “In yoga, there is so much focus on the breath because...it’s the only thing that we always have with us.” More About Our Guest Felicia Tomasko is a the President of Bliss Network and Editor-In-Chief of LA Yoga Magazine and Boston Yoga Magazine. She has earned degrees in environmental biology, anthropology, and nursing and holds certifications in yoga, yoga therapy, and ayurveda. She’s spent her career working in cognitive neuroscience and plant biochemistry. You can learn more about Felicia here, https://www.glo.com/preview/teachers/felicia-tomasko. This episode of Radically Loved is sponsored by the Four Sigmatic Mushroom Facemask & Tonic. http://www.us.foursigmatic.com/#_a_radicallyloved Use the promo code RadicallyLoved to receive a discount on your next order. This episode of Radically Loved is sponsored by Fabletics Get 2 Leggings for $24 ($99 Value) by using the link below: www.fabletics.com/rosie (VIP EXCLUSIVE) Give Radically Loved a five star rating and send a screenshot of your review to email@example.com and we’ll send you a radically loved gift. Become a part of the private Radically Loved community in our Facebook Group here. Join me in Scotland, as I lead a radically loved group of yogis through finding their life purpose, move them past their limiting beliefs and connect them to their higher purpose. April 13th-April 20th, 2019, Learn more here.