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Radically Loved® with Rosie Acosta

Hello Friends, I’m Rosie Acosta. I am a Meditation Teacher; Speaker and Author of You Are Radically Loved: A healing journey to self-love. I grew up in East Los Angeles during the 92 La Riots and it set me on a troubled path for many years. I didn’t grow up with mentors in my life, so I turned to reading as many books as I possibly could to learn about life’s purpose. In my journey as a First Gen-Mexican American, I found having these conversations gave me insight, support, and inspiration. So, I decided to create a place where I could share these conversations with my community. The Radically Loved Podcast was born! How do we create a radically loved life? Come have a sit with me so we can discover all things mindfulness, spirituality, self-love, and overall healthy living. Please be sure to share the episodes that you love and also leave us a review!
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Jan 14, 2022
Fear is a natural and biological response to stressful events. Contrary to popular notion, feeling afraid can be very helpful. It can protect us from danger and ensure our survival. However, we sometimes fall into the rabbit hole of fixating on our unhealthy fears. It reels us into a dark space and hinders us from seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.

In this episode, Katie Silcox talks about the relevance of fear in our lives and its potential to help us with our growth. She also discusses our obsession with the trauma vortex and how it hinders us from moving into the healing vortex, where safety and security are present. Finally, she shares her thoughts about toxic positivity and how it differs from authentic love and light.
If you are on a spiritual journey to eliminate fear and trauma in your life, this episode is for you!

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Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
1.Understand the importance of fear,
2.Discover why irresponsible consumption of mass media promotes fear.
3.Learn how you can enter the vortex of healing.
Resources
●Shakti School
●Connect with Katie: Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest
●Grab a copy of You Are Radically Loved
●Create a daily meditation ritual in just seven days! Download BUILD YOUR DAILY MEDITATION RITUAL and other freebies on the Radically Loved website!
●FREE workbook! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Sign up at RadicallyLoved.com, and I’ll send it right away!
Episode Highlights
The Importance of Fear
●There is no concept of good or bad in the tantric cosmology of reality. There are only useful and unuseful ways toward our goals.
●We define our goals in life.
●Not all fears are unhealthy. Fear is a part of our physiology and has a purpose.
●Since yoga and meditation did not get to the roots of her fears, Katie spent five years understanding how the nervous system functions and unraveling trauma from it.
The Trauma and Healing Vortex
●The trauma vortex reels you into a dark space when you are about to see the light.
●The healing vortex allows us to feel safe and at ease. It happens when the body receives information through the 16 proprioceptive senses.
●Mass media keeps us in the trauma vortex. It shuts down our prefrontal cortex, preventing us from taking in new information.
●Feed yourself information that conveys truth.
Fear Porn
●Having an unhealthy relationship with our phones leads us to live in a state of fear.
●We sometimes try to outdo the tragic situation of another person. Rosie calls this “tragedy porn.”
●Mass media made us desensitized and overstimulated in all facets of our lives.
Satiate Your Ancestors
●Satiate yourself by satiating your ancestors.
●Our circumstances are not unique to us. It’s a seven-generation experience that wasn't realized. Listen to the full episode to hear how this was confirmed by a mice experiment!
●We live in a time of abundance, yet we still carry the original trauma of our ancestors.
●Focusing on what’s wrong around us is embedded deeper into our neurophysiology, and it rewires our ancient trauma.
●We are hyper-aware of society’s problems because of mass media. But it has also hyperpolarized us to the point where we’re afraid of speaking.
Othering
●Othering is the first sign that you entered the trauma vortex. It refers to separating yourself from others.
●Listen and sit down with people to end this destructive practice.
●The moment we commit othering, we start to build walls between ourselves and others.
Toxic Positivity
●We focus on trauma rather than healing. This frame of mind was helpful to our ancestors in the wild, but it doesn’t help us now.
●Real love and light can hold an infinite amount of trauma. They will not repress negative emotions, but they will not linger long enough into them.
●Some lash out at others or deny feeling the pain during adversities. Listen to the episode to hear how Katie compares these feelings to the eastern and western dragon!
●Feel your emotions, and if it gets scary, look for a medium.
●Many are not suffering from toxic positivity, but are going through an unhealthy recapitalization of an old, limited version of themselves.
Digesting Your Emotional Experience
●Denying ourselves of fragility and emotions can cause disease and sickness.
●Digesting your emotions also involves its elimination.
●Avoiding information and people that disturb your mind helps prevent disease.
●People are meant to be together, not in isolation.
Creating Boundaries on Mass Media
●We easily get scared of things that disturb our minds.
●Decide what you want your life to be.
●If you’re a lightworker, take care of what you put into your body. Look after your physical, mental, and emotional being.
●Protect the light you’ve been cultivating.
Katie Feeling Radically Loved
●Katie feels radically loved when she feels at ease and when she could surrender to not figuring it all out.
●When you let go of your egoic willpower and let the higher matrix of support come in, you will feel loved.
●Religious people think about hell, but spiritual people have been through it.
●Love is present when you let go of your ego and step closer to God.
5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode
[04:06] “There's no good or bad in the tantric cosmology of reality. There's just what's useful and what's not useful to get you towards your goal.”
[13:17] “[Y]ou begin to realize that we think that we are living these individual egoic experiences, especially in the Western psychology. But what we're actually experiencing is seven generations of experience that hasn't been able to digest itself.”
[22:16] “Real love and light can hold infinite amounts of trauma.”
[23:02] “What we're being invited to do is hold this loving presence around whatever is arising within the chaotic wild feminine of the experience.”
[37:56] “Religious people think about hell, spiritual people have been through it. When you've been through it and come out the other side and felt that love because of maybe how low you went. To be back in that state requires one thing and that is: I'm going to take one step to God.”
About Katie
Katie Silcox is a renowned author, teacher, and mentor to women. She wrote the New York Times bestseller, Healthy, Happy, Sexy - Ayurveda Wisdom for Modern Women, that teaches spiritual and practical approaches to physical, mental, and spiritual health.
She is also the founder of The Shakti School. It is an online platform for women to explore their spirituality and holistic health.
Apart from being a spirituality advocate, Katie is also a popular figure in the yoga community. Common Ground magazine named her one of San Francisco’s Best Yoga Teachers in 2009. Origin magazine wrote in 2014 that she is one of 70 Yogis Changing the World. By 2015, Spirituality and Health magazine mentioned Katie as part of the 100 Trailblazers in Yoga and Ayurveda.

You can connect with Katie through her social media channels: Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
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