Episode 114: Self Care with Julie de Azevedo Hanks

Join Tresa as she interviews the legendary Julie de Azevedo, LDS musician and licensed therapist about self-care and compassion during hard times.

 

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6 thoughts on “Episode 114: Self Care with Julie de Azevedo Hanks

  1. This was so helpful! Julie gives me a lot of hope and optimism for my place in my religion. I desperately need more of that right now!

  2. This was beautiful and very helpful! I love how you said that no one is excommunicated from the gospel. We all have access to it whether or not we are members of the Church. Thanks!

  3. I loved this. Seeing our pain as an opportunity to deepen our relationships with the divine. Radical compassion (which is charity, the pure love of Christ). Loving yourself as you love your neighbor. Wonderful advice for this time, and all times.

  4. Thank you so very much for this podcast ! And thank you so much for what you tell about Rianne Eisler. I read Chalice and the Blade and it was so comforting ! To hear now about her vision of a new world gets me excited again to study her webpage ! Also your words were so comforting, Julie, thank you.

    I got a comment on what I wrote on Mormon Stories Podcast about NDE (Near Death Experiences http://iands.org/ ) and the following lady was mentioned: Anita Moorjani. She has gained great insights through her NDE. And reading on her facebooksite I saw it completely connected with what what is talked about here ! So, I thought I should share it here.

    I put the facebook link on
    and I listened to this speech of Anita Moorjani at Sedona:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvmABrII35c (1,5 hour)
    and her TedxBayArea talk
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhcJNJbRJ6U (18 min)

    Feel affirmed to love yourself ! Together with Julie’s words !

    Peace,
    Adrie de Jong
    The Netherlands

  5. Thanks for this. Not being a Mormon feminist, but never threatened by the movement either, I worried about gathering info from a podcast found on your site to teach the rs about self care. But this was exactly what I was looking for. Most of us have been hurt by the church or its members in some way or another and this was perfect to help combat those scary “wrong” feelings. Thanks asking the questions which have answers we all need to hear.

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