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what can grief teach us?

What Can Grief Teach Us?

Cuban-American writer, speaker, crisis consultant, and ayahuasca enthusiast Ikam Acosta joins Kristen Llorca on the Wild Wonder Podcast. On this episode, we take a deep-dive into the grief-growth cycle.

Themes include: how processing grief leads to inner power, moving into a death-positive mindset, the importance of aftercare and integration in trauma therapy, messages from ‘beyond’, and the gifts of plant medicine.

Ikam’s work centers around raising trauma awareness and holding space for healing. She has pursued studies in psychology, philosophy, criminal justice, spirituality, and a variety of healing modalities. Currently working as a crisis and suicide prevention counselor, she encourages inner excavation through shadow work in her off time.




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