Welcome back for another Soul Driven interview! This week, I’m excited to introduce you to Jamie Howard, a Body Wisdom Teacher & Healer who has worked with women for over five years to shed layers of trauma, interrupt harmful patterns, and free themselves from societal expectations… to reveal their true Wild Soul.
In this episode, we discuss:
- Jamie’s personal background story that led to working with women
- The lonely path to overcoming infertility
- How to cultivate a relationship with your body
- The definition of Body Wisdom
- The multiple ways Jamie works with women
- Join The Soul Driven Collective
- Jamie Howard Website wildsoulshealing.com
- Jamie Howard on Facebook @wildsoulshealing
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Until next week!
- “It’s my responsibility to make sure that I feel safe and secure in whatever ways – physically, monetarily, whatever. And anytime that I’m looking to someone else or something else to provide that for me I automatically know that I need to take a step back because that’s an illusion. The fact that they will provide me with safety or security, that’s not real.” – Jamie Howard
- “There was freedom in knowing that I didn’t have the obligation to perform a certain way in order to earn the right to be a real woman. I didn’t have to earn the title “mother“ by pushing a human out of my body. That’s not the only way that you can be a mother and from that moment on I really got to explore what that meant.” – Jamie Howard
- “Being able to identify some reasons why we keep things messy and chaotic in our lives is because it feels familiar and familiar means safe.” – Jamie Howard
- “Body wisdom is literally the information that comes through our body in all the different ways. So it could be physical, physical pain, sense of euphoria, whatever that may be.” – Jamie Howard
- “My body is really all I need and whether I believe that that information is coming from God or Source or the Earth doesn’t matter to me as much as understanding what the information is and what the language is so that I can use it as a guide” – Jamie Howard
- “I would just ask that people really start questioning – what do you actually believe? What does your body actually want? Instead of doing that comparison thing like, do I look like that? Does my wife look like that? Just really giving yourself the opportunity to have your own voice. I think it’s really important.”- Jamie Howard
- “Comparison happens because you don’t trust yourself enough. You compare yourself to someone else ’cause you’re looking for some sense of security or guard rail somewhere to tell you that you’re OK, and the fact is, that’s not real.” – Jamie Howard