Episode 11

Published on:

20th Aug 2018

#011: Energetic Reprogramming, Conscious Language and Self Transformation with Naada Guerra

Welcome back to the Alchemized Life Podcast. Today Naada Guerra joins us. Naada is a powerhouse in the wellness community specializing in energetic reprogramming. She works with individuals to support self inquiry through times of trauma and transformation. Her approach integrates the mind, body, and soul while identifying subconscious blocks that ultimately lead to tangible breakthroughs.

In this episode, you’ll learn why it is key to be asking questions when you are stagnant, the energy that specific words hold and how to use your language to create your reality, and how to expand your beliefs by actively reprogramming the psyche. Through the tools of conscious language and becoming acutely aware of how we generate our energy, this episode of The Alchemized Life will allow you to elevate yourself by identifying issues you might not have even known were dragging you down.

This episode of The Alchemized Life Podcast is brought to you by Funk Your Fears Yoga Festival: A Half Day Festival Experience in San Diego taking place on August 25th. Join me and ReUnify Yoga for yoga, workshops, high vibe performances, a funky dance party and fire and circus acts, plus so much more. Tickets are on sale now at www.avajohanna.com/funk-your-fears


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About the Podcast

The Alchemized Life
Your soulful wellness guide to designing a life you love through tools that empower, enlighten and inspire you every day to thrive emotionally, physically and spiritually.
This show was created to expand the world of wellness to those who don’t know where to start, feel lost in the sea of "How-to” articles, or need an extra push to begin their journey. Combining the expertise of wellness visionaries, industry thought leaders, and Ava's passion for making wellness approachable, listeners will leave feeling empowered and inspired to incorporate the tools they learn into their daily lives.