TSM Episode 34: Healing Journey Towards Self Love with Tina Hines

Welcome to Episode 34 of “Triggers and Spiritual Medicine” with your host, Laura Bonetzky Joseph, and our guest, Tina Hines.

In this episode, Tina will share her story of self-discovery and healing. From navigating life’s challenges to embracing self-love, Tina’s journey is sure to inspire and resonate with our listeners.

So, join us as Tina opens up about her experiences and shares three tips with invaluable wisdom for anyone seeking to cultivate a deeper sense of love and acceptance for themselves.

Let’s tune in together on this journey of healing energy!

About Tina,

Tina C. Hines, a fifth-generation empath, intuitive clairvoyant, medium, and healer. She holds certification as a life and international transformation coach, dedicating her life’s purpose to guiding emotionally wounded women on a transformative journey towards self-love, self-care, and self-worth.

With a wealth of experience, Tina has graced numerous podcasts and featured in esteemed media platforms including Good Morning America, The New York Times, The Tamron Hall Show, and Trenton Now. Her influence extends across continents, as she traverses the United States, Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean, hosting healing retreats that empower women to rediscover their own happiness. Tina’s distinctive approach has established her as an authority in transformational coaching. Her vision is
clear and profound: to embolden women to embrace unapologetic abundance, allowing them to craft the lives they truly desire. Before embarking on her journey as a certified life coach, Tina spent an impressive three decades in corporate America, serving as an executive assistant. This extensive background enriches her coaching
with a unique depth of insight and practical wisdom.

Currently, Tina resides in the vibrant city of Marrakech, Morocco, alongside her cherished son.

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Breaking Free From The Chains Of The Past

Trauma …

Trauma … We have all been affected by trauma one way or another in our lifetime. However, we may not realize how a traumatic event may have affected our life or impacted our soul.

The challenge is trauma doesn’t affect us the way we perceive it. It affects us on a cellular and soul level and may not even be in our own awareness leading to chronic illness, cancer, pain, poor relationships, etc.

So, when I read the following quote, it struck me and gave me lots to ponder on and contemplate ultimately leading to this post:

“If your mind carries a heavy burden of past, you will experience more of the same. The past perpetuates itself through lack of presence.” – Eckhart Tolle

I am going on my 13th year when I made a crucial decision to leave an abusive relationship and begin my healing path for first time in my life.

One of the things that I have learned in my 13 years, is that the more I connected to the divine within, soul, inner child, it also reveals the root cause that wounded my core. I began to discover the roots to my fears, insecurities, and my own self sabotaging behaviors … to the place it all began … the seed that began decades before I married an abuser.

I began my healing journey broken wondering how to put all the pieces of me back together.

I began to employ traditional therapies (which didn’t help me much), support groups, spiritually based practices such as developing my sequestered intuition, meditation, reiki, acupuncture, journaling, dance, connecting to nature and more.

We have technology which is supposed to make us more connected than ever. However, we are actually more disconnected than ever. We are not connected to the very life that breathes underneath our feet, Mother Earth. We are not connected to our own BE-ing or essence.  We live in a society of wanting everything now, instant gratification, and a “plugged in” to that technology 24/7.

Unfortunately, healing doesn’t work like that. Employing a one day at a time mindset goes a long way as well as a lot of self-compassion. Learning new ways “to be” takes time. Discovering you again takes time. Developing new skill sets to heal takes time. Finding someone to help you who has the skill sets is huge if you can find that coach/healer.

Employing a mindset of presence helped me with my trauma, PTSD, anxiety and the physical illness that resulted from my trauma. There’s many ways to learn the art of presence whether through meditation or mindfulness-based practices, but from me, learning Jikiden Reiki changed everything for me. This is where I have seen the most growth in my life since I began this journey in 2005.

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