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What Are Boundaries And Why Do Some Of Us Not Keep Them? - Brainz Magazine Exclusive Interview With Christina L. Woods

Ep. 129

Christina L. Woods is an internationally recognized Clinical Hypnotherapist, Rapid Transformational Therapist®, Empowerment Coach, and Reiki Master who empowers women to recognize their worth, shed old programs, and align with their authentic selves. Combining her 30 years in corporate leadership, Christina has turned her personal triumph over adversity into a beacon of hope for hundreds of women worldwide.


As the CEO and Founder of Wise Woods Hypnotherapy, Inc., Christina leads with the heart and has channeled her formidable experience in overcoming complex challenges into fostering the potential within others. Her combined expertise in hypnotherapy, coaching, and energy healing inspired her to create her signature approach, the Wise Woods Method, which guides clients all over the world on a truly profound journey of self-discovery and change. Christina has been honing her intuition and spiritual energy practice throughout her entire life, and she brings this experience, knowledge, and wisdom to every client, and audience she connects with.


Christina is an esteemed speaker who has graced over 75 podcasts and radio stations internationally, sharing her expertise and inspiring change. You can listen to some of Christina’s interviews at the Peak Performance Life Podcast and The Gratitude Cafe. Her influence extends beyond individual sessions, having spoken to diverse assemblies of women, aiding them on their paths to empowerment, and leading teams through intricate corporate and personal challenges. In addition to her deep mindset and healing work, Christina works with the non-profit organization, Lotus Rising International, whose mission is to provide holistic wellness recovery programs for survivors of human trafficking.


In this episode, we discover the following:


  1. What are boundaries, and why do some of us not keep them?
  2. Why willpower isn’t enough when trying to shift our programming.
  3. How do we create new neural pathways?
  4. How to align our lives with our hearts.


With podcast host: Mark Sephton

Hope you'll enjoy the episode!

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