How to Activate Your Inner Predator
In this conversation, Kimberly and Lola talk about how to neutralize the energy of "predator" and move it from a purely mental concept into an essential way of embodying our power.
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As sensitive souls—especially those with traumatic pasts—we would do anything NOT to be predatory.
And yet, accessing our inner predator can be a key to liberating ourselves from abuse, toxicity, and boundarylessness. In this conversation, Kimberly and Lola talk about how to neutralize the energy of “predator” and move it from a purely mental concept into an essential way of embodying our power. We also talk about how our nervous system states can be discovered (and partnered with) by understanding our biology and physiology; including the role of our fascia and the type of fascia we each have.
Kimberly dives into this and much more in her brand new book, Call of the Wild, which is out now! Please visit your favorite bookseller and pick up a copy; it offers a real-world understanding of the Nervous System; offering us tools and perspectives to help us step more fully into healthy power.
Topics Covered Kimberly Johnson
Kimberly is a Sexological Bodyworker, Somatic Experiencing trauma resolution practitioner, yoga teacher trainer, birth doula, and single mom.
She is the author of Call of the Wild: How We Heal Trauma, Awaken Our Own Power and Use It for Good as well as the early mothering classic, The Fourth Trimester. She is hosts the Sex Birth Trauma podcast and is the creator of Activate Your Inner Jaguar: A Real World Understanding of Your Nervous System and Embodied Consent.