Acceptance, inner child work and healing w/ Jhaynane Sung
Something that really re-affirms the beauty of the Universe is when I can meet someone briefly and have a deep conversation with them. Today's guest, Jhaynane, speaks of some of my favorite things - inner child work, healing and re-parenting ourselves while also parenting our kids.
In this episode, we touch on the pendulation of mothering through generations going from one extreme to another. Jhaynane also shares ways to reconnect with ourselves while being a mom. Our whole conversation comes full circle through how she sees acceptance vs. forgiveness.
I so appreciate Jhaynane's openness and real-ness in this episode. There are so many nuggets to take and apply to various parts of our lives.
About the guest
Jhaynane Sung (she/her) is a holistic healer (nutritionist, certified breathwork instructor, reiki practitioner, wellness and spiritual life coach) and mother. She helps women improve their self-esteem, create healthy boundaries and step into their power through breathwork, reiki, and shadow work. In 2016 while still at American University, where she received a Master's in Nutrition, Jhaynane opened her first health coaching practice. Her mission evolved from being weight-loss-focused to mindfulness and empowerment-centered as she began her own binge eating healing journey. Since then, she has helped countless women move away from self-deprecating thoughts, poor boundaries, and low self-esteem to focusing on honoring themselves, body positivity, and self-care. In addition, Jhaynane holds monthly breathwork and meditation moon circles at a Washington D.C. nonprofit serving homeless pregnant teen mothers.
Lisa Chin (she/her/hers) believes that knowing ourselves is central to being happy and fulfilled. This podcast is about the observation and examination of self - exploring all the things that make us who we are. Why? Because the better we understand ourselves, the more good we can do in the world.
Lisa creates and podcasts from the traditional and unceded land of the Nipmuc and Massachusett tribes in a town outside Boston, MA.
To learn more about Lisa, her writing as well as opportunities to work with her, visit www.lisaforreal.com. Feel free to send her an email or DM her on Instagram @reclaimingmotherhood with your thoughts of an inspired life.