Ep. 54: “Normal” Doesn’t Mean Right + Freedom With Cause & Effect



There are many aspects of our culture today that we’ve normalized, however, just because something is “normal,” doesn’t mean it’s health-supporting or right for YOU. How to find out what is best for you? Employ the liberating and empowering principle of cause and effect! Join me to discuss more and learn a simple, yet powerful exercise to begin identifying how you most wish to feel physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually, and how to lean into the profound principle of cause and effect as a guide.

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Devon Ray Battaglia, MS, Integrative Health Educator, Holistic Coach, Shame Eradicator, & Founder of The InnerSpark Method, is pioneering innovative, whole-person approaches to identifying, uprooting, and transforming shame into a positive influence that guides us towards wholeness – both individually and collectively.

Her signature program, The InnerSpark Method, is specifically for supporting deep-feeling, sensitive women to identify shame as the root of what drives the cycles of burnout, overthinking, anxiety, and people-pleasing they experience so they can discover their true, shame-free nature, confidently thrive in body, mind, and spirit, and live from their InnerSpark.

A natural teacher and healing presence, Devon fiercely walks her talk and has an innate gift for supporting and guiding others to live a life of greater wholeness, vitality, and ease – as defined by them.

Her diverse background, assorted areas of expertise, and myriad trainings and education in the
areas of holistic nutrition, integrative health, coaching, energy healing, flower essence therapy, Ayurveda, yoga, meditation, breathwork, Earth-based wisdom traditions, shame, trauma, and more, reflect the dedication and passion that she brings through her work.

All of that aside, however, it’s the experience of her life itself as a living classroom, observing and living Nature’s rhythms that continually inspire and guide her personal and professional process.

Learn more at www.innerspark.life.