What if there was a different way to live and work? Wellpreneur is the show for entrepreneurs who want to DO well and BE well.

Join your host Amanda Cook to move beyond the hustle & hype, onto a path that’s nourishing, grounded, creative, connected and still makes a major impact in the world.

Wellpreneur helps you grow your business while taking care of yourself as an entrepreneur. We’ll discuss wellness for entrepreneurs, online marketing, productivity tools, lifestyle design, alternative and holistic health, and creating a life & business you love. We also explore woo topics like the wheel of the year, essential oils, natural cycles, ancestors, herbal medicine, infusing your life and work with rituals and more.

Our podcast archives also include over 200 episodes specifically for wellness entrepreneurs (wellness businesses). If you want to learn to grow your wellness business online, definitely dig into the archives. It’s especially for holistic health coaches, nutritional therapists, yoga teachers, wellness coaches, holistic therapists, personal trainers, acupuncturists, massage therapists, fitness pros, herbalists, aromatherapists and other alternative health practitioners.

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This Monday, Amanda is joined with Daniel Foor, Ph.D., a licensed psychotherapist based in Asheville, North Carolina, a host of ancestral and family healing intensives since 2005, and the author of Ancestral Medicine: Rituals for Personal and Family Healing. He has lived in the Czech Republic, Mexico, Ecuador, Egypt, Morocco, and Nigeria. Daniel is an initiate in the Ifá/Òrìṣà tradition of Yoruba-speaking West Africa and has trained with teachers of Mahayana Buddhism, Islamic Sufism, and different indigenous paths, including the older ways of his European ancestors.In this episode, we are focusing mainly on genealogy and stepping into Daniel’s work and his understandings of ancestral medicine. Tune in and learn what impacts our ancestors have on our lives nowadays, why we should connect with our heritage first, why we should heal our ancestors, how to connect with them, and in general why people should be more aware of genealogy and its impact on our well being. Here's what you will hear in this episode:•0:32 – What you will hear in this episode•3:38 – Who is Daniel Floor?•5:51 – Who are the ancestors?•7:59 – What impacts our ancestors have on our lives today•12:01 – How Daniel has started working with the ancestors•13:52 – Why we should connect first with our heritage before exploring other lineages•18:11 – The idea of healing our ancestors and how to reconnect with them•26:36 – Why you should not put pictures of your ancestors in an ancestral altar•28:20 – Daniel’s take away on rituals and a sample ritual we all can imply in our lives •32:25 – Why people should be more aware of genealogy and its impact on our well being•33:42 – How to connect with nature•35:08 – Daniel’s upcoming courses Episode links available on the website: 2019 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved
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