Xantico House Podcast

Pilar Mejia: Healing Mentor + Slayer of Domestications // Ep. 8

Episode Summary

Pilar Mejia of I Heal Myself to Heal the World, a space where she writes to share about her healing journey as a mestiza woman from the lands we call Mexico. Her space is not about enlightenment or sharing fake spirituality. She says, "I don’t do “spiritual work”. Spirit knows what we need and who we are." Pilar is a Slayer of Domestications, focusing on finding our authentic selves and healing our ancestral trauma, speaking up about white supremacy and racism. She is a cannabis advocate, a no-bullshit writer, intuitive healing mentor, racial justice activist, and a badass woman who is here to shake things up!

Episode Notes

Pilar Mejia of I Heal Myself to Heal the World, a space where she writes to share about her healing journey as a mestiza woman from the lands we call Mexico. Her space is not about enlightenment or sharing fake spirituality. She says, "I don’t do “spiritual work”. Spirit knows what we need and who we are." Pilar is a Slayer of Domestications, focusing on finding our authentic selves and healing our ancestral trauma, speaking up about white supremacy and racism. She is a cannabis advocate, a no-bullshit writer, intuitive healing mentor, racial justice activist, and a badass woman who is here to shake things up!

In this episode:

Connect with her: ihealmyselftohealtheworld.com, patreon.com/IHealMyselftoHealtheWorld, @hijadeitzpapalotl, Email pilar@iammyownguru.org

Also mentioned:

Itzpapalotl, Aztec warrior Goddess who stands for purfication or rejuvenation by sacrifice of that what is precious. "Cihuateteo, “Divine Women,” were the malevolent spirits of women who died in childbirth. They were likened to the spirits of male warriors who died in violent conflict, because childbirth was conceptually equivalent to battle in Aztec culture. Not only was Itzpapalotl considered one of the Cihuateteo herself, but she was also one of the Tzitzimime, star demons, that threatened to devour people during solar eclipses."

Robert Augustus Masters http://robertmasters.com/writings/spiritual-bypassing/ "True spirituality is not a high, not a rush, not an altered state. It has been fine to romance it for a while, but our times call for something far more real, grounded, and responsible..."

Host + Producer Lola Venado: lolavenado.com, @lolavenado

Podcast: branchandbonemedicine.show, @branchandbone

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