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Ep. 94 Returning to Your Truest Self and Reclaiming Your Goddesshood Ft. Christine Gutierrez

Spiritual Shit

Psychotherapist Christine Gutierrez welcomes women to join her in healing the wounds from past hurt or trauma to reclaim their worth and come back home to their true self and soul, In this fiercely inspiring book, I Am Diosa, from a fresh new voice in the women's empowerment space, Diosa is the Spanish word for Goddess. A diosa is anyone who honors the primal feminine energy in the world and within themselves. According to Christine, diosas face obstacles in their lives but are always ready and willing to go to their core to reclaim their inner worth and self-esteem. They are the ones that rise from the ashes and dare to piece themselves back together bone by bone and soul piece by soul piece. From stories of resilience from both Christina and members of her Diosa Tribe, to mantras, meditations, and guided journaling prompts, this book gives women the tools they need to honor their sacred feminine and become who they were always meant to be. I Am Diosa will inspire women to give themselves permission to feel, to be seen, to be heard, and to return to their truest selves. This raw and relatable guide to radical self-care and self-love empowers readers to embrace the powerful Diosa within and in this podcast we will do the same. Please welcome back for the second time , Christine Gutierrez to the show. Find her book here and connect with her online here and on Instagram To work with me find me at thelovelyalea.com or on Instagram #iamdiosa #goddess #spiritual #spiritualshit #healing #sacredfeminine #yin #energy #trauma --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alealovely/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alealovely/support

1hr 16mins

2 Nov 2020

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Christine Gutierrez on I Am Diosa (E169)

The Priestess Podcast

You are worthy. You are loved. You are Diosa. These are the words of my special guest on The Priestess Podcast today - psychotherapist Christine Gutierrez. Christine has been working with and through La Diosa - The Goddess - since she was a child and you’re about to learn how passionately she connects with Her in everything she does in her work today. Christine is particularly passionate about how the Goddess can help us transcend emotional wounds, traumas and hurt IF we are open to all that She needs to show us. And the operative word there is OPEN, because the face of the Goddess does not always come to us in a way that is pretty or neat. Sometimes She needs to show us our darkness and shadow to truly create the conditions for a deeper connection to our soul and highest self.

28mins

7 Oct 2020

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Episode 315. Coming Home to Your True Self with Christine Gutierrez

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta

Coming Home to Your True Self with Christine Gutierrez Have the words, “Look on the bright side!” ever helped you? Advice like this can be more damaging than helpful. The journey towards healing has never been straightforward. Although it's useful to maintain an optimistic outlook, you also have to allow yourself to feel negativity, seek acceptance, and find the strength to come home to your true self with kindness. In today's episode, Christine Gutierrez will share the importance of understanding the two facets of healing and why feeling your negative emotions is much better than ignoring it altogether. She will also discuss her spiritual journey, the value of kindness and healthy love, working with women of color, and using tools to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. Christine will also talk to us about her new book, I Am Diosa, and how it can help people from different walks of life. If you're on your journey back to your true self, especially in these crucial times, this episode is for you. This episode brought to you by TONAL www.tonal.com $100 OFF Tonal accessories code: LOVED     This episode brought to you by Green Chef Use code loved80 to get $80 off your first month plus free shipping on your first box!  Go to GreenChef.com/loved80 to redeem and for more details.     Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: Discover the tools you can use to cope with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how to find healing without invalidating your true self or disregarding your negative emotions. Christine will share why she chose I Am Diosa as the title of her book and how it can resonate with people from different walks of life. Resources I Am Diosa: A Journey to Healing Deep, Loving Yourself and Coming Back Home to Soul by Christine Gutierrez Christine Gutierrez's website Christine Gutierrez's Instagram page   Episode Highlights Christine's Spiritual Journey Ever since Christine was young, she has always had a deep desire to connect to human suffering, help others who are struggling and make a difference in people's lives. This passion led her to study psychology, philosophy, and mental health counseling. Christine merges her modern therapeutic training with her spiritual path. On I Am Diosa Working with Diosa, the goddess's energy enabled Christine to realize that God has a feminine face. The concept of Diosa empowered and helped Christine reclaim her true self. For Christine, sharing is the calling of all healers. She was worried that many people might not know what I Am Diosa But choosing and standing up for it as the title of her book, no matter what others might say, gives her a sense of cultural confidence. What’s Wrong with Overemphasizing Positivity The overemphasis towards keeping a positive attitude all the time is dismissive of the emotions and experiences of those who suffered intense trauma and abuse. It creates a shallow healing process, unrealistic goals, and often discredits and minimizes the feelings and ownership of people's struggles. It's vital to validate different spectrums of emotions and provide spaces to feel it. Overemphasis on positivity can affect your daily life by preventing you from experiencing your full range of emotions. Advice for Struggling Women Owning your experiences and that you are a victim of someone else's dysfunction can be liberating. "Just don't be a victim" advice is a very condescending way to approach people who experienced intense hardships and trauma. Christine offers a different energetic tone by stating that you don't have to remain stuck in your past. It is your duty to yourself to create a life of happiness despite your past because you're deserving and worthy of it. The Importance of Kindness to Yourself Christine is not a happy person all the time - she is often reflective and emotional. It's essential to accept who you are, the life you're given, love, and be kind to yourself and your experiences. Combine therapy with outside support and deep soul work to manage your emotions better. Expecting perfection will be harmful in the long run. Healing requires continuous nurturing of enjoying life. It is not a simple before and after scenario. Healing will involve mistakes and relapses – this is normal. Working with Women of Color Christine's I Am Diosa retreats give women space to share their feelings and situations freely. Also, to try, fail, and get back up again in their healing journey without judgment. The 'medicine' for happiness is within all people. Most of her clients are strong and wise women that were too busy to process their emotions and traumas. Christine's role is to hold and remind them that they're all in this together. Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic Being a newly-married couple, Christine and her husband find it hard at first to pivot their routine amid the ongoing pandemic. Allow yourself to accept that these are crazy times and that you're not alone in this journey. Mental health support has to be accessible to all people during and after the pandemic. Find available resources to help you cope with overwhelming emotions. Christine aims to create a global space for people to connect spiritually through the digital medium. Ways to Cultivate Healthy Love Love, warmth, and touch are essential tools in reminding clients of their worthiness and power. Become aware of the unhealthy places in your life. Look for the things you can do if you're in a healthy space. Set your non-negotiables. Listen to the full episode to hear specific examples of how to cultivate healthy love in your life. 5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode [04:13] “Working with the goddess, working with Diosa, for me was a moment of realizing that there was a divine face of God. That there was a feminine divine face.” [06:06] “It was a coming to of my own cultural confidence of being like, it doesn't matter what anyone says, this is my work. And this is going to resonate with who it's meant to resonate with.” [08:53] “There is no bad or good emotion. There are more difficult emotions to process, of course, and it's about giving ourselves the space to say, ‘Hey, I'm feeling bad. I'm having a shitty day.’” [17:52] “This is not a simple before and after, right? I'm a living, breathing woman with a sea of emotions, right? I rise and fall like the tide. So therefore that means that I'm allowing myself to constantly look at the places where I can deepen both my healing and my joy.” [26:02] “I think one of the biggest pieces that we can give ourselves is allowing ourselves to accept and acknowledge that these are some crazy times and that you're not alone.” About Christine Christine Gutierrez is a licensed therapist, self-esteem coach, and inspirational speaker. She has recently written a book called I Am Diosa: A Journey to Healing Deep, Loving Yourself, and Coming Back Home to Soul. If you want to connect with Christina, you may visit her website and Instagram page. Enjoy the Podcast? If you felt radically loved from listening to this podcast, subscribe and share it with the people you love! Love to give us 5 stars? If you do, we'd love a review from you. Help us reach more people and make them feel loved. Do you want to help people come home to their true self? A simple way is to share what you've learned today on social media. Don't forget to send us messages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Thanks for listening! To feeling radically loved, Rosie

46mins

25 Sep 2020

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In Harmony with the Soul — Christine Gutierrez

Heroine

Christine Gutierrez is a Latina licensed psychotherapist, life coach, and expert in love addiction, trauma, abuse, and self-esteem, and author of the book I Am Diosa: A Journey to Healing Deep, Loving Yourself, and Coming Back Home to Soul. She has a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University in human behavior and development, and a master’s degree from City College of New York in mental health counseling with a focus on prevention and community. In this episode, Christine covers a lot of ground, including what the soul is, what the return to soul looks like, what the common soul traps are – including being a good girl, how to get back in touch with your intuition, and why it is vital for us Diosas to rise up now. If you are still stuck wondering what is next in your life, this episode is not to be missed. Show Notes- Christine describes being a sensitive young girl who had a heart for the suffering of others.- Hear about the dream analyses Christine’s mother and grandmother did with her as a girl.- Learn what Christine means when she talks about our souls and connecting to the soul voice.- Experiencing the sense that there is more to life than just what we see at the surface level.- The loneliness that comes from being unusually aware of the spiritual dimension as a child.- Christine talks about the childhood abuse and trauma that caused her ‘original wound’.- When the first major shift happened and what she discovered about repetition compulsion.- The importance of having compassion with yourself as you unpack the layers of trauma.- Find out how you can avoid the ‘counterfeit gold’ soul traps on your journey to healing.- How these counterfeits can function to sharpen our instincts and develop trust in ourselves.- The problem of compromising your voice and truth for the sake of acceptance and belonging.- Advice about beginning to come into alignment with yourself and what your gut is telling you.- How to deal with your tendency to want to avoid getting still and confronting your feelings.- The possibility of inhabiting both the mundane world and the realm of the soul as a creative.- Why it is high time for the rise of leaders who are grounded in spirituality and the real worldReferencesChristine Gutierrez - https://www.christineg.tv/Christine Gutierrez on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cosmicchristine/Christine Gutierrez on Twitter - https://twitter.com/CosmicChristineI am Diosa - https://www.christineg.tv/eventsandretreatsDr. Clarissa Pinkolo Estés - http://www.clarissapinkolaestes.com/Women Who Run with the Wolves - http://www.clarissapinkolaestes.com/women_who_run_with_the_wolves__myths_and_stories_of_the_wild_woman_archetype_101250.htmBreak the Good Girl Myth - https://majomolfino.com/bookMajo Molfino - https://majomolfino.com/HEROINE (Podcast) - https://majomolfino.com/podcast

40mins

24 Sep 2020

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Episode 351: A Journey to Healing Deep with Christine Gutierrez

Make Some Noise with Andrea Owen

When it comes to personal development, positivity and cheering people on is great. And…if we really want to support and love women, we have to also make room for the difficult stuff, for the traumas and the “shadow side”. That is where this week’s guest, Christine Gutierrez’s work really comes in. Christine returns to the YKAL podcast and together we discuss honoring your pain, going to the darkness in order to get to the light and living in a world where your light side and dark side can co-exist.  Christine is a Latina licensed psychothera​pist, life coach and expert in love addiction, trauma, abuse, and self- esteem. She is the author of the upcoming book, I am Diosa: A Journey to Healing Deep, Loving Yourself, and Coming Back to Your Soul. I hope you enjoy our conversation. Who is Diosa and what being Diosa is all about. (4:06) Christine’s book is broken up into three parts: The darkness, the light and the integration. She explains why she chose to write it in this way. (9:34) Why it is important to explore your emotional triggers. (14:26) How to know if you’ve experienced trauma. (16:03) Repairing your intuition after trauma and how to heal. (20:00) Why Christine walks people through a meditation journey to help them visualize their first memories of anger or sadness. (27:38) http://yourkickasslife.com/351

37mins

26 Aug 2020

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EP 415: Christine Gutierrez - Be Seen, Be Heard, and Reclaim Your Inner Worth

Last First Date Radio

Christine Gutierrez is a Latina licensed psychothera­pist, life coach and expert in love addiction, trauma, abuse, and self-esteem. She’s the author of I Am Diosa, a book about finding your inner goddess. In this episode of Last First Date Radio: - What inspired Christine to become a spiritual therapist - What is Diosa? - How do we overcome past trauma? - How you can give yourself the love you didn't receive as a child - How to go on your last first date!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sandy-weiner9/message

29mins

25 Aug 2020

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#135. Christine Gutierrez: Coming Home to Soul (I Am Diosa)

Here to Thrive: Tips for a Happier Life | Self Help & Personal Development

This is a soul-grounding conversation with Latina Healer & Licensed Psychotherapist, Christine Gutierrez. She is the bestselling author of I Am Diosa: A Journey to Healing Deep, Loving Yourself and Coming Back Home to Soul.Christine offers private coaching, group coaching, and transformational retreats such as her annual Diosa Retreat in Puerto Rico, as well as the Diosa Tribe, a global community where like- hearted women come to heal, rise, and lead. She has been featured in Time Out NY, Latina Magazine, Yahoo Health, Ebony, Cosmo for Latinas, Huffington Post, and others. Christine currently resides in Puerto Rico with her husband, Fernando Samalot, and their pup, Bo­dhi. For more on her work, visit christineg.tv and follow her on Instagram @CosmicChristine.To access the full-transcription of this episode: www.thrive.how/podcast135We talk about a lot, including:Coming back home to our soulThe seed of divinity that we all shareHow healing is repairing ourselves, and bringing our soul back to usHow when we abandon ourselves, we disconnect from spiritHow life is full of both the magical and the shittyHow there is great power in humanizing our experienceHow we can recognize our soul voice...and more.To find out more about Christine and her work, visit: www.christineg.tv/iamdiosabook and main website is www.christineg.tv ---To learn more about host, Kate Snowise, head to www.thrive.how See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

48mins

21 Aug 2020

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Interview With Christine Gutierrez

HEY DREAMER!

In this episode, I interviewed Christine Gutierrez. She works as a Licensed Psychotherapist combining ancient wisdom with modern therapy. She is also a life coach, speaker and is following her first book "I Am Diosa."  Pre-order her book here: www.christineg.tv/iamdiosabook Follow her Instagram: @cosmicchristine  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heydreamer/message

38mins

14 Jul 2020

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Episode 241: Mothering & Healing Your Soul and Your Inner Diosa with Spiritual Therapist @CosmicChristine, Christine Gutierrez

Super Mamás

It’s time to do work! Spiritual work, that is. This week’s interview is with Christine Gutierrez, licensed psychotherapist, life coach, and more. We talk to her about her new book, I Am Diosa, and how she connects the study of the soul to the study of the mind. She also talks about the tools we need to tap into our spiritual presence and reminds us that we are all divine, and anyone can activate their inner Diosa. Tune in, light a candle and let Cosmic Christine’s energy bring you to a higher place! Stay safe and informed, visit http://cdc.gov for more information on the Coronavirus  For  full notes, visit http://supermamas.com like us on https://www.facebook.com/supermamaspodcast/ Double tap on https://www.instagram.com/_supermamas/ 

53mins

3 Jul 2020

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Ep 2: Reclaiming our Identities and Healing our Traumas with Christine Gutierrez

DEVOTION with Nisha Moodley

In this wide-ranging conversation with Christine Gutierrez, we explore the path of healing from trauma and abuse, boundaries, reclaiming aspects of our identity and expression that don’t fit in with dominant culture’s ideals, opening to deep and healthy love, and so much more. In this episode, we discuss: :: Christine’s journey with sobriety, and how she knew it was time to quit :: Why the push to be “high vibe” can be violent and harmful :: Unhooking from relationships that don’t honor our humanity :: How our soul-knowing is liberating for the collective, and how to discern it from fear  :: Why it’s good to know the places where we can’t trust ourselves :: The growth-edges Christine is pushing around her own pleasure You can find the show notes from this episode over at:  nishamoodley.com/ep2 ––– RESOURCES + LINKS: Connect with Christine on Instagram at instagram.com/cosmicchristine You can pre-order Christine’s new book, I Am Diosa: A Journey to Healing Deep, Loving Yourself, and Coming Back Home to Soul, here: christineg.tv/iamdiosabook Christine’s professor who taught her to be a loving therapist:  Dr. Cynthia Grace  Sign up for Nisha’s free new workshop, Embody Your Leadership: Expand your freedom to show up with vision & devotion, here: EmbodyYourLeadership.com ––– IF YOU ENJOY DEVOTION PODCAST… We would love for you to rate and review it!  This helps more people find it and give it a chance. Thank you in advance :)  ––– CONNECT WITH NISHA: To join the Podcast Inner Circle, for access to show notes, bonuses, and a chance to be a guest, sign up at DevotionPodcast.com (it’s free!) Instagram: instagram.com/nishamoodley Facebook: facebook.com/nishamoodley

1hr 7mins

3 Jul 2020

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