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Ep 61: Harnessing Your Intuition & Compassion with Xavier Dagba

There is so much power in intuition and compassion. Xavier helps guide us and opens our eyes the possiblilities that exist.
Dec 21, 2021 | Joy McCarthy

This week, we consider the immense possibilities opened by simply leading with intuition and compassion. We are joined by Xavier Dagba, a trauma-informed transformational life coach, shadow work facilitator and intuitive healer. Xavier is a firm believer that personal freedom can only be achieved when we allow ourselves to welcome the wisdom hidden within every emotional state, good or “bad”. In this episode, Xavier inspires us to see beyond the black and white, open our perspectives, and invite compassion into every part of our daily lives.

This is one of my all-time favourite conversations we've had on the Joyous Health Podcast to date. There are so many "aha" moments of insight and goosebump worthy points shared by Xavier. I can't wait for you to hear this episode.

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Episode Highlights:

  • Coming into your own intuition and leaning into it
  • Trusting the unseen
  • Xavier's journey to becoming someone who surrenders to fear and says yes
  • Nurturing intuitive behaviours in children
  • A person's shadow and how people navigate it in different ways
  • Building safety within oneself
  • How to handle emotional attacks with clarity and understanding the other person's goals
  • Perspective vs. Identity
  • Xavier's tools and practices to maintain present
  • The key difference between empathy and compassion
  • Protecting your own energy as a coach or an entrepreneur

Resources:

Xavier's website

Xavier's Instagram

Book a coaching call with Xavier

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