I am joined with Dr. Nandi Hetenyi, a treasured friend and peer whom I’ve known a long time through our mutual love affair for soulful approaches to growth.
Listen and learn from her life’s journey which all empaths can learn from and integrate what resonates.
Topics Covered with Dr. Nandi Hetenyi
- Why Dr. Nandi thought while growing up that being a sensitive soul was a burden or a bad thing
- Growing up in a immigrant family from Hungary
- What kickstarted Nandi’s own existential crisis
- The Medusa Complex
- How Dr. Nandi navigated alcoholism
- Why people sometimes interpret Dr. Nandi’s sensitivities as weakness
- How to be good mothers to ourselves
- Recognizing and acknowledging the collective “mother wound”
- Dr. Nandi’s many experience with grief
- How Dr. Nandi describes her relationship with her parents in the past and at present
- Grief as a multidimensional experience
- How our nervous system responds to trauma
- Owning our trauma, addictions and healing from them is very empowering
- Why curiosity is a primary mother function
- Exploring mother as a wholeness: haunting, nurturing, curiosity, and much more
- Why the heart is the strongest magnetic field in the body
- As humans, especially as empaths, our soul energy wants to heal us if we just drop our preconceived notions and truly listen
- Trusting the wounding and trusting the light
About Dr. Nandi Hetenyi
Dr. Nandi Hetenyi is a psychospiritual healer, teacher and writer with a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. She has been an eternal student of all things related to the soul, psyche and the devotional path of the Great Mother. Along with 25+ years of clinical experience, she has spent most of her life doing a deep dive into studying and practicing meditation, yoga, shamanic journey, devotional practices, non-duality, dream work and energy healing. After recovering herself from addictions and experiencing an awakening to her soul, she fused her knowledge together to create an innovative approach to healing the mother wound at the root of so much of our modern day suffering.