What is the least likely word you will hear when talking about Mental Health? The Occult. In this episode.
I welcome multi-award-winning author, entrepreneur, mentor, clairsentient psychic and occult specialist.
Join me as I interview Nadia Arain openly about what the Occult is and why it has gained so much stigma in western society, how she helps her clients both in business and emotional health and most controversially how the Occult can be used when treating Mental Health Illness.
Some of the topics covers include:
What the Occult actually is.
How are Occult practices different from spiritual practices?
What is healing on a quantum level?
The importance of maintaining a healthy Aura
Why you are more likely to stigmatise the Occult over the traditional medical models.
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