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Oct 22, 2021

If someone has caused us pain, we endure the suffering by refusing to let it go. But how can we forgive and let go? In this episode, you’ll discover Sara Schulting-Kranz’s incredible basic approach on how to heal unseen wounds and create a great sense of freedom.

Key takeaways to listen for

  • Importance of preserving your children's sense of self-integrity
  • Nature's key elements for healing your body, mind, and spirit
  • 2 things that you need when helping someone in healing
  • The impact of TV binge-watching on your recovery
  • How forgiving and forgetting became a social issue
  • Recognizing and letting go of your low vibration
  • 3 words that have guided us to our purpose

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About Sara Schulting- Kranz

Sara Schulting-Kranz is an acclaimed author, thought leader, keynote speaker, trauma and life coach, wilderness guide, and executive producer of "Walk Through This", a documentary feature in the production of her healing journey in nature. 

Sara, a multiple trauma survivor, guides men and women on their own life-changing journeys of healing and transformation. When she is not working with individual clients, she is guiding transformational nature healing retreats in the Grand Canyon, Alaska, and the Southern California highlands. Whether kayaking or hiking, each retreat is focused on the power of water or land to somatically heal and tune our heart, mind, body, and soul.

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