First Party Communication

Susan Kullman Audio Teachings 1 Comment

In this short clip Susan Kullman shares one very important tool which has helped her identify and transcend her own limiting beliefs.

Some limiting beliefs are very obvious to us yet most are hiding in the unconscious. This is a very easy yet powerful tool to be aware of as you begin your journey of transcending your own limiting beliefs, which are keeping you from manifesting your desires.

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Susan Kullman
Susan Kullman is a spiritual life coach, somatic educator, and yoga therapist and has successfully used the techniques and practices described in her book, Commit To What is, to help transform her own life as well as the lives of many clients and students. Her passion in teaching comes from decades of study in wellness practices, and her love and deep understanding of the body and its soul. For over 20 years , Susan has empowered students to a live a life of intentional health and wellness. A positive, energetic, life force, Susan uses her knowledge and experience to educate and inspire others. Her unparalleled ability to connect and motivate not only comes from her vast education but also compassionately fueled by her own personal journey towards wellness. Susan “walks her talk” with an emphasis on empowerment, evolution, and integration. The cognitive work of spiritual practices like meditation is not always enough to unleash the full flowering of our awakened potential. Sometimes we also need to work through emotional and physical constrictions to clear our path to higher awareness. This is the nature of the work you will do with Susan Kullman. Susan has an extensive background in a wide range of practices that open our bodies and restore our physical, emotional and psychical balance. Working with Susan will open your body, your heart, and your mind, to the energetic life force that animates you and all of existence. The work Susan does is body-centered, but not necessarily in the way you might typically think. The Greek word 'somatics' can translate as bodywork, but it is not limited to the physical manipulation of the body. Somatics means exploring and reorienting to the inner experience of being embodied. w: intentionalwellnessandyogacenter.com
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Sharon Furstenwerth
Sharon Furstenwerth
3 months ago

I love the First Party Communication! And your workshops have made a difference in my spiritual journey. Sadness is the word that describes how I feel when I tell you that I won’t be enrolling in your upcoming relationship workshop. It’s too early for me. (An occasional rising at 5:30 am is possible, but not for six weeks.) Now, if you would like to have a visitor for those six weeks, I’ll be there in a New York minute. But that’s a bit far fetched. 🥰

Working with you is truly transformative. I love you so much. Thank you for being in my life.