Embracing Your Highest Vision Through Spiritual Healing with Sah D’Simone
The road to spiritual healing can be difficult. There will be moments where giving up will seem like a more attractive option. But no matter the challenge, you must find things that would make you feel free. Finding and knowing your source of joy is the first step on the road to happiness. Through joy and healing, you can let go of things which destroy you.
Sah D’Simone joins us in this episode to help us understand the importance of choosing the right path for you. Every person's path to inner peace and finding themselves will be different. Some might find solace in science. Others discover joy through prayer, religion, or meditation.
Tune in and learn why you should commit to an outlet that makes you shine rather than suppresses your true self.
Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
- Be inspired by Sah D’Simone’s life experiences and learn how he stayed committed to his spiritual healing through meditation.
- Discover how you can take the lead to improve yourself spiritually and mentally.
- Know yourself and understand the importance of choosing the path that is best for you.
On Being Authentic
- Being authentic now means being grounded and present.
- Authenticity means committing to staying consistent with your healing.
- Let your heart exercise your best qualities and get rid of your negativity to experience radical authenticity.
- Sah’s family is originally from Brazil. They eventually moved to Florida.
- He tried substances like drugs and alcohol while living in LA.
- Sah started a fashion magazine with his friends.
- He struggled with depression and anxiety.
- Listen to the entire episode for Sah’s journey and experiences as he discovered meditation.
A Trip to India
- Going to India was Sah’s radical move. He mapped his trip and planned to learn from South Indian gurus.
- But the moment he saw the Dalai Lama, Sah knew he will learn something from him.
- Sah bought a ticket to India and went on a 10-day silent retreat. The people in the retreat reflected something simple but deep to him—he is innately good. His goodness is not circumstantial; it’s unconditional.
- They also meditated on death, which gave him a psychosomatic response as he reflected on the life he’s been living.
- Sah listened to the Dalai Lama talk, whose words landed so deeply for him. It’s what put him on his current path.
Sah’s 30-Day Meditation Retreat in Kathmandu, Nepal
- This experience was a moment of reflection and self-evaluation.
- Sah found himself crying and broken several moments during the day. He slowly made peace with the feeling that he is a mistake.
- On their last day, Sah took a vow to commit to healing.
- His desire to heal was selfish; he only wanted to feel better. But led him to the right choice and path.
Life Lessons from Sah
- Learn to approach everything with joy.
- Suicidal thoughts are a narrative that you regularly visit; pause when you have them.
- Joy is innate to all people.
- Look for things that you can regularly do that awaken unconditional joy.
Graduating From Family Trauma
- Sah had a TEDx talk about transgenerational trauma, where he shared his grandmother’s suicide story.
- Science tells us that our genetics embody who we are.
- Karma tells us that everything we are today is the handiwork of ourselves.
- Listen to the full episode to hear Sah explain more about epigenetics!
- Find what sets you free.
- Between karma and science, choose what works for you.
- Every state of mind matters; your words and actions matter. The life you are living right now is a consequence of all of your past actions.
- The aspects of how karma blossoms in your life: how clean your space is, the way you see the world, the way the world sees you, and the overall tendencies of the mind.
Navigating Mental Health & Transformation During the Pandemic
- Do not be focused on labels.
- Seek professional help and look for ancient practices.
- Find people who will be your spiritual support.
- It is essential to stay committed to your healing.
- We’re creatures of meaning. It’s important to reclaim words in a way that impacts your internal world.
- “Crack baby” is a metaphor for being a wild, loving, and free person, but it can also mean living without accountability.
- High vision is living a life of purpose and being in control of your mind. With high vision, you can learn altruism.
- Surrender is patience: surrender means to understand that not everything can happen immediately.
Your Spiritual Path
- For Sah, being on a spiritual path is means constant unlearning and remembering.
- It is when you don’t feel your teachers or books are subduing your best qualities.
- Spiritually Sassy welcomes and celebrates your extraness as the pathway to your freedom.
- Some practices may not work for you.
- Whatever you want to do, remember to choose a path that develops your best qualities and removes your worst.
5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode
[15:53] “As we start to feel better, the natural impulse of the heart is to serve.”
[37:11] “Be consistent to what's unfamiliar.
[37:39] “To do something different, to go out of your way to choose to drink more water, to choose to sit down, to concentrate your mind, to breathe in a way that's healing, to eat in a way that supports your awakening— all the things that we talked about. It takes a little bit of devotional discipline. But I got to tell you guys, I'm sitting here today because of that devotional discipline.”
[46:37] “The problem is the sense of urgency that we want things to happen right in this moment. And if it doesn't, then I am miserable.”
[50:38] “Whatever you're wanting to do, just go to a path where your best qualities are developed, and your worst qualities are removed.”
Sah D’Simone is a spiritual guide, meditation teacher, and a transformational speaker. He is also known as an international best-selling author and the pioneer of the Spiritually Sassy healing movement. Sah continues to infect his audience with enthusiasm by incorporating ancient Tantric Buddhism, modern psychology, meditation, and nutrition to help people heal.
To learn more about Sah’s work, visit his website. You may also connect with him on Instagram and TikTok
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