In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order.
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About Chela Davison:
Leader of leaders. Coach of coaches. Alchemist. Sage. Strident Humanist. Chela Davison is one of the most sought after Integral Coaches™ in the world. Chela is able to name, illuminate, and transform people’s experiences and capacities in a way that is expansive; reaching into the most important cultural and systemic issues of our time through one-on-one coaching and group programs as well as through her writing and practices that are published for all to devour, enjoy and apply at cheladavison.com. Connect with her on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
In this episode, Chela shares:
1. Relating to our female bodies and how we identify with the external world
2. Who you are vs who you think you’re supposed to be
3. The missing piece of feminism – compassion for men.
What You’ll Hear:
4:30 Untangling societal conditioning
9:10 Does what it means to be a woman
16:47 How Chela realized and changed her view of herself and her body
21:31 Chela’s process of identification with work and service
25:32 Practices to help stop overriding your body with your head
31:39 How to navigate your emotions and emotional capacity
44:04 A new definition of feminism and the missing piece of it
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