I’m joined by Lauren Ursch, a Holistic Trauma Integration Guide, to discuss how to cultivate authentic sisterhood relationships in your life. We cover what clearing conversations are, why they’re so important, and a supportive framework for integrating this practice into your relationships. Lauren also shares her powerful experience healing in sisterhood and leaning into her community during a time of profound grief.
In our conversation, Lauren takes us through her journey of learning how to communicate her desires and speak her truth. She shares the origin story of her chosen name, Indivara, and the deep connection she has to the throat chakra. Lauren describes the energy maintenance she likes to do in her relationships by coming together in an intentional way and engaging in authentic conversations.
One of the best ways to start doing this work is by practicing in a safe space with a group of like-minded women. Lauren opens up about her powerful experience healing in sisterhood and leaning into her community during a time of profound grief. She shares her insight about pouring love into your sisters and showing up in equal energy exchanges.
- Why so many women have a misaligned or blocked throat chakra
- How to cultivate a deeper sense of trust, connection, and authenticity in your relationships
- Being willing to repair and have uncomfortable conversations
- Examples of phrases that can help lead us back into connection through vulnerability
- The power of providing reflection within communication
- The difference between friendship and sisterhood