In this episode we discuss Atira’s background story, her journey working as a trauma specialist, what it will take for plant medicines to become mainstream, the importance of trauma-informed language when facilitating, understanding that support is essential when surrendering, what it takes to become a plant medicine facilitator, how psychedelics can affect the ego, Atira’s upcoming programs and so much more!
00:00 – Fire Moment
01:34 – Introduction
03:48 – Atira’s Background Story
10:24 – Working As A Trauma Specialist
24:16 – How Can We Make Plant Medicines Mainstream?
32:51 – Trauma-Informed Language
39:43 – Surrendering Requires Support, Trust
45:11 – What It Takes To Become A Facilitator
52:56 – How Psychedelics Can Effect The Ego
56:40 – Atira’s Offerings And Upcoming Programs
1:02:05 – Last Words Of Wisdom
1:05:01 – Outro
About Atira: Atira Tan is a trauma specialist, founder, author, activist, and passionate philanthropist dedicated to supporting individuals to transform their pain into power and freedom. Atira is a senior yoga and meditation teacher (500 E-RYT), art therapist (M.A. Expressive Art Therapy & Grad Dip. Transpersonal Art Therapy), a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP), a somatic trauma specialist in sexual abuse recovery and trauma educator, TED speaker and #1 best-selling author, currently completing a Ph.D. studies in Expressive Art Therapies.
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