At its core, spiritual bypassing is denial. It’s a denial of our wounds…a denial of our shadow—the part of ourselves we don’t want to see. Ultimately, it’s a denial of our humanness.
Spiritual bypassing stunts our growth—as individuals, as teachers, and as a community.
Because you cannot heal what you cannot face.
Piercing the veil is at the heart of this conversation with my dear friend, Seane Corn, as we dig into her brand new book, Revolution of the Soul: Awaken to Love Through Raw Truth, Radical Healing, and Conscious Action.
I’ve read the book, and I have to tell you: Seane doesn’t hold back.
In case you don’t know—Seane is an internationally acclaimed yoga teacher and public speaker. She’s known for her social activism, impassioned style of teaching, and her raw, honest, and inspired self-expression.
In the video above, you’ll learn:
“[The book] really does mirror my own work in the world, my commitment to yoga, my commitment to social change, and the way in which I want to support people in activating inside-out change through self-accountability and self-responsibility.”
“I was in therapy every single week for four years processing the sh** out of this thing.”
“There was a whole other factor of the book that I didn’t want to touch…I didn’t want to go near because it was going to require so much risk on my end, so much vulnerability.”
“I realized that I was participating in that culture of secrecy by not naming this truth…even though I have over the years talked about it, but I never really went in.”
I’d love for you to be part of the bigger conversation. Let me know what you think in the comments below.
P.S. – You don’t want to miss this conversation with Seane Corn, as we dig into her brand new book, Revolution of the Soul.