Episode 52 | February 21, 2017

How to Heal and Open Your Heart to Love: Evette Rose

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Mission #52

On Board: Evette Rose
Mission: How to Heal and Open Your Heart to Love

The Co-Pilot:

Today’s guest, Evette Rose, is an author, life coach, trauma release practitioner, and personal development teacher. She’s the founder of Metaphysical Anatomy, and the author of the book by the same name. Evette has taught personal development seminars in dozens of countries (and, as she mentions in our conversation, is a very experienced traveler). Through these seminars and her other work, she helps thousands of people worldwide.

As you’ll hear in our conversation, Evette specializes in helping people resolve old traumas. This frees them to live successful and fulfilling lives without the constraints that they might not even have realized were holding them back. Listen in to learn how to release what does not serve you anymore, and how to open your heart to attract true love.

Connect With Evette:
Metaphysical Anatomy (Evette’s site)
Metaphysical Anatomy on YouTube
Evetterose1 on Instagram
@metaphysicalanatomy on Facebook
@EvetteRose1 on Twitter

The Mission Log:

  • [02:13] – Evette starts us off with an introduction to who she is and mentions her book, Metaphysical Anatomy. She and Orion then talk about sending energy and emotions.
  • [04:31] – Orion spent time at Oneness University in India, where she learned to give a type of blessing that she describes here.
  • [05:37] – We hear about how extensively Evette has traveled.
  • [06:42] – Evette shares her tips on keeping energy high and taking care of yourself through jet lag.
  • [09:29] – What are the roots of our blocks? After some discussion, Orion narrows the question to this: what are the blocks in our healing?
  • [14:47] – In response to what Evette has been saying, Orion offers a metaphor of her own: walking along a beautiful beach wearing heavy war armor. Evette expands on that, and explains the reasons we choose to do this.
  • [17:03] – Orion takes a moment to apologize for her cat being in the room and meowing, and she and Evette then take a moment to talk about cats.
  • [17:57] – What tools can Evette give us to heal trauma? In her answer, she addresses your inner wisdom as it relates to epigenetics.
  • [19:57] – Evette returns to answering Orion’s question. She talks about the brain and body, exploring how they store past trauma.
  • {23:58] – The body’s functions are similar to an ant’s nest, Evette explains.
  • [25:57] – Evette talks about some ways to heal trauma. She also explains that illness comes from your body doing everything it possibly can to help you survive, and then reaching your limits.
  • [28:53] – Evette offers advice for what to do if you find you can’t sit still.
  • [31:59] – What does Evette think self-love is? She answers by asking a question of her own: what is your definition of love?
  • [33:14] – Orion asks Evette to go deeper into what she said in her definition of love. She explains the difference between being traumatized and being vulnerable.
  • [34:39] – Evette gives an example of being vulnerable according to her definition.
  • [36:40] – In response to what Orion has been saying, Evette steps in to talk about what surrendering means in this context.
  • [38:14] – Orion asks Evette whether she believes in the idea of exchanging versions of yourself. She then clarifies what this means. Evette agrees with the concept, but had just been using different terms.
  • [40:16] – Evette talks about her soon-to-be-released video on healing versus religion.
  • [41:30] – What can we do to connect with a feeling of abundance? Evette talks about the different kinds of abundance.
  • [43:51] – To be in a state of gratitude is incredibly difficult when you’re in a place of pain, Evette says, and discusses what to do about this.
  • [46:14] – Evette returns to her earlier point about the importance of finding someone to work with rather than trying to do it by yourself.
  • [47:20] – We hear about Evette’s past, and the fact that for many years her motivation was rooted in anger rather than love.
  • [51:47] – When was Evette’s shift from anger to love? She talks about the moment that she felt her two choices were suicide or change.
  • [54:26] – Evette and Orion spend some time talking about Evette’s previous suicidal thoughts, and the topic of suicide in general. Evette then talks about her journey back to herself.
  • [58:08] – Where can people find Evette?

A special note from Evette:

When you join Evette’s subscription list on Metaphysical Anatomy, you’ll receive 365 daily inspirational quotes, free videos, and fun facts about healing, all based on her book Metaphysical Anatomy. You’ll also receive a 10% discount coupon code for the book itself!

Your Pre-Flight Checklist:

  1. When you’re traveling, remember to take care of yourself. If you aren’t refreshed and rejuvenated, you won’t be able to give to other people.
  2. Strip away your family values. You don’t need to turn your back on them if they serve you, but do some self-examination and ask yourself who you are without them.
  3. Ask yourself whether you’re figuratively wearing battle armor while walking on a beautiful beach, because you’re still trying to protect yourself from a past trauma.

Links and Resources:

Metaphysical Anatomy (Evette’s site)
Metaphysical Anatomy on YouTube
Evetterose1 on Instagram
@metaphysicalanatomy on Facebook
@EvetteRose1 on Twitter
Metaphysical Anatomy
Oneness University
Epigenetics

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