Part 2 of this social media epic and we’re going deeper. Tristan and I couldn’t contain the amount of info we wanted to share with you in one interview and this episode contains all the juice that flowed forth as we started to jam. Get ready to change the relationship you have with social media.
In this instalment, we pick it up and run with the following topics:
- Creative exercise as part of upgrading attention span and cognitiion
- Social media excess and the distortion created by it
- Psychiatry and pharmaceutical withdrawal
- Navigating past trollers in the cyber world
- Letting go of social media's unwritten laws and rigor
- What we see VS what is reality through the social media lens
- Vulnerability in the social media world
Tristan has been a Regression Therapist for ten years. He brings his in depth background in Psychotherapy, Meditation, Quantum Healing, Cell Biology, Epigenetics, Kinesiology, Psychopharmacology, Sexual Health, Diet, Detox, Philosophy, Metaphysics, Taoism, Shamanism, Entheogens, Chi Gung, Kung Fu and Modern Medical Science to his clients, talks and workshops. He currently shares his skills as a therapist, life coach and counsellor.
Throughout his twenties Tristan has studied internationally in the healing arts. He is passionate in reminding people, that the human capacity for healing is limitless. Tristan helps to open his client’s minds to how many natural super abilities that we all possess to enhance our life that have been squashed out of the mainstream belief system by reductionist scientific dogma and disempowerment religions.
Tristan’s healing treatments, seminars and workshops are primarily focused around clearing trauma and sharing why this is so important to all of us. Trauma is the biggest cause of ill health in our world because it often will permanently change the body’s physiology, emotions and spiritual outlook if not released. Much of modern medicine looks at putting a ‘band aid effect’ over the current effect of trauma as opposed to clearing it, back at the creation point.
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