EP 05: Trauma and Triggers as an Invitation to Deeper Healing with Jean Masukevich
As we continue to move through coronavirus and civil unrest, our collective trauma is at an all-time high. The potential for fear and overwhelm to take over our lives is very real and heartbreaking.
Now is the perfect time to engage our stories and the ways they impact our heart, spirit, and genes – exploring them as a powerful pathway to healing.
And this is why I’m excited to share this conversation with my personal coach, Jean Masukevich.
Today, in part 1 of a 2-part series, we talk about trauma, the Enneagram’s 3 Centers of Intelligence, and how our triggers are an invitation to deeper healing, especially during these difficult times.
Jean is a trauma-sensitive yoga teacher and integrative coach. Her mission is to guide others to greater mind, body, spirit integration, and connection to their authentic self. She cultivates communities of care where individuals and groups heal and share their hearts and stories through movement, creativity, meditation, integrative prayer, and the sacred art of listening.
Jean holds an advanced certificate in grief and trauma from the Allender Center of the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and is a Spiritual Director with a certificate through Sustainable Faith. Jean serves both children and adults and is available for in-person and remote coaching.
Listen to the full episode to hear:
- What the connection is between our story, our trauma, and how evil uses trauma to destroy our hearts
- How trauma is unprocessed pain that gives us a feeling of powerlessness so that we don’t have a sense of free agency
- The Enneagram’s 3 Centers of Intelligence and how they can help us during these difficult times
- How these times are an opportunity to learn to be more present and tune ourselves to hearing the voice of God
The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk, MD
Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl