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Introduction

Josh has an in-depth conversation with Wellness Works Co-Foundress Mary Lu and Owner of Bloom Holistic Healing, Jennifer Bloom. They break bread and don’t shy away from talking about politics, slavery and make a connection to trauma healing on the soul level. Enjoy the wisdom.

Timestamps: 

Halalujah Coincidence
0:07:00 – 0:08:00

Q & A – Jennifer asks Mary Lu
00:09:40 – 00:14:00

“If you are born, you’re in Politics.” Mary Lu

Global, Political, Family System Connection
00:17:30 – 00:21:00

Love from the Individual Perspective
00:21:10 – 00:26:00

Father Knows Best
00:26:00 – 00:29:00

Individuals need Individuals
00:29:00 – 00:30:00

Post-traumatic Growth
00:30:00 – 00:32:00

Slavery Trauma in America
00:33:00 – 00:40:00

Can you joy yourself out of trauma?
00:40:00 – 00:49:00

The Healing of Sound, Movement and Reframing
00:50:00 – 00:58:00

Lasting Words
00:58:00 – 1:00:00

Resources:

Capacitar Emergency Kit – Simple Energy Healing Exercises 

Reparations for Slavery: The Role of Repentance in National Politics

Guests

Mary Lu Coughlin

Mary Lu Coughlin

Co-Founder of Wellness Works

Jennifer Bloom

Jennifer Bloom

CEO of Bloom Holistic Healing

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About Show

The topic of love is one that we all struggle with and yet connects us all to each other. Most of our experiences with love have been a mix of pleasurable and agonizing experiences that have either inspired us to lead with our hearts or close off to opportunities to love.

Diving deep and looking within for answers is what the show is all about. These are personal stories, experiences, and perspectives from thought leaders, artists, scholars, spiritual advisors and seekers of love.

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Josh Gonzales

Josh Gonzales

Show Host

Defined as a Human-Centered Designer, Social Impact Leader, and soul-filling content producer.

He empowers solo entrepreneurs with creative problem-solving methods to grow a long-lasting quality brand.