Today, I'm talking to the radiant Stephanie Lin, who I met online 2 years ago. Stephanie is a certified life coach, Reiki practitioner, Fulbright Scholar, and all-around amazing woman. Her class on Spiritual Bypassing deeply affected me, and gave me support during a very difficult time in my life. 

I love Stephanie's work - you can tell from just a few interactions that she is a soul filled with light, who has great aspirations to help others and make this world a better place. 

During our interview*, I had the pleasure of talking to Stephanie about many subjects dear to my heart - from letting go of old patterns, to out of body experiences. Stephanie talked about:

6:00 - There is no time. How to shift into new versions of yourself in just a moment. (Yes, it's possible - the real challenge is holding on to that energetic space.)
7:00 - Separating from ancestral patterns in order to come back together with family members. 
10:56 - Sometimes things get worse before they get better when we are clearing out old patterns.
13:24 - Stephanie shares her experience with Ayahuasca.
16:49 - What it's like to experience empathy in macro. 
23:02 - How to set an intention to build connections with people who share the beliefs you want to incorporate into your life. 
24:35 - Using the internet and cyber space as a "laboratory" where we build the self we want to be in real life.
35:14 - Stephanie shares the Buddhist practice of Bardo, and how that helps people move into a new phase of their lives. 
46:05 - How to live more within the rhythms of the year.
57:02 - Letting go of conditioning that brings us pain. 

One of the things that struck me most about this interview was a question Stephanie asks herself when she needs guidance:

If I really loved myself, what would I do? (Click to tweet!

That one sent shivers up my spine and is something I've been working into my daily spiritual practice. 

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You can find more of Stephanie's work at:
Website: www.stephanieylin.com
FacebookStephanie Lin Coaching
You TubeStephanie Lin 

*Please forgive the few breaks in the video - I had a few technical issues on my end.