Joffre guides you in a giant hug to your orphaned self — any part of you that you’ve forgotten about, abandoned, or hidden. You’ll connect with your higher and divine loving self to support you in being in a safe space while entering the cave of your orphaned self to heal any wounds, and restore wholeness, love, and worthiness.
This meditation is part of an interview with Joffre McClung on The Embody Podcast. To listen to the full episode you can listen on the link below or find the episode title “81: Heal it Before it Hits You In the Face And Gratitude for Your Nemesis”. Enjoy.
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Whether related to abundance, money, love, dis-ease/health, relationships, career, etc., our struggles connect with our early unconscious and unspoken ways of belonging and flow of love. This connection with our lineage is carried through our bodies: the cells, viscera, the heart, energy, dis-ease, our fluidity, and freedom. Where those before us didn’t get to integrate a loss or trauma or where there was an imbalance in relationship, the flow of love is disrupted as a placeholder for where there is energy, love, and strength waiting to open and flow forward towards us.
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1:12 Opening by Candice Wu
1:54 Meditation by Joffre McClung
21:22 Outro by Candice Wu