“I Would Always Say Yes to a Spiritual Experience”–A Chat with Angie Yingst
Today on the show I’m incredibly pleased to be in conversation with Angie Yingst.
Angie is a published writer, a sacred artist, a Usui Reiki Master Teacher, and an Earth Medicine Practitioner specializing in shamanic and crystal healing techniques.
Angie has been reading Tarot for thirty years and is a member of the American Tarot Association. She has also trained through the Hibiscus Moon Crystal Academy as a Certified Crystal Healer and an Advanced Crystal Master, and she now serves the school and its community as Curriculum Specialist and Crystal Coach. Angie has also been studying since 2012 with Pixie Lighthorse and has completed all four levels of her training through SouLodge Earth Medicine School.
Angie offers both in-person and distance one-on-one healing sessions that combine crystal healing, shamanic healing, Reiki, drum and rattle, breathwork, and plant medicine to facilitate healing in her clients, balancing her work with the moon cycles and seasonal energies to maximize healing potential. Angie teaches tarot, crystals and crystal healing, shamanic work, psychic development and intuitive work, creative and art workshops, and offers group healing sessions through the Alta View Wellness Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Today we dig deep to talk about grief, addiction, perfectionism, and the dangers of spiritual bypassing, as well as the difference between being a guru and an effective space-holder.
Angie Yingst’s website, The Moon & Stone Healing Academy.
Angie Yingst’s Twitter, @stilllifeangie.
Angie Yingst’s Instagram, @uberangie.
Jung’s phrasing was as follows: “You see, ‘alcohol’ in Latin is ‘spiritus’ and you use the same word for the highest religious experience as well as for the most depraving poison. The helpful formula therefore is: spiritus contra spiritum.” Read the whole letter he wrote to Bill Wilson, the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, here.
Angie’s blog dedicated to discussing her daughter Lucia’s stillbirth, still life with circles.
The Buddhist Four Noble Truths are:
- Life is Suffering: pain, frustration, agitation, jealousy
- The Origin of Suffering is ignorance, selfishness, craving
- The Cessation of Suffering, or perfect peace, can be achieved through the elimination of ignorance, selfishness and craving
- The Path to extinguish ignorance, selfishness and craving is the Eightfold Path (Right Views, Right Thought, Right Speech, Right Conduct, Right Livelihood, Right Effort, Right Mindfulness, and Right Meditation)
The Alta View Wellness Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
For those who don’t live in Pennsylvania, Angie offers tarot and healing sessions online as well. Click here to see a list of her services.
Click here for more info Angie’s Level One psychic and shamanic mentoring circle.
Click here for more info about Angie’s Level Two psychic and shamanic mentoring circle.