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"Belonging & Beyond" - Podcast for Immigrant & Refugee Women

"Belonging & Beyond" - Podcast for Immigrant & Refugee Women

By Gayane Kulikyan, MA
These podcast series are devoted to immigrant and refugee women, feminine spirituality and healing, to help them heal and create fulfilling lives.

To learn more about Gayane's coaching and healing work, please visit:
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Marcela Da Luz-Le
Marcela Da Luz-Le is an Afrolatina immigrant writer and content creator from Brazil. She shares insights into issues affecting undocumented folks, empowerment in afrolatinx identity, and she encourages cultural reconnection.  To learn more about her and her work, please go to:
March 4, 2021
Adelita Montero
Adelita Montero is an immigrant from Brazil. She is a Conscious Entrepreneur, International Coach & Speaker, as well as 4X Brazilian Jiu Jiu Jitsu World Champion.    To learn more about her and her work, please go to:
January 29, 2020
Deb Clark
Deb is an owner of a local coffee shop in Lake Forest that I love. She is a former refugee from Vietnam, a mother of 3 daughters and a natural connector of people. Listen to her speak about her story, what shaped her and what she learned along the way.   To dive deeper into Deb's world and community, go to her coffee shop "Patch Coffee" and visit this website.
January 19, 2020
Mytrae Meliana
Mytrae Meliana immigrated to the US with her parents from India. She is now a women’s empowerment and Divine Feminine teacher and speaker. She is also a holistic psychotherapist, a sound healer and a channel of Mother Mary. To learn more about Mytrae and her work, please visit her website. 
January 15, 2020
Naila Moloo
Naila is a dear friend, who recently, as an adult, moved to a new country and is navigating through that experience and other life transitions including career. Naila's immigrant journey: her family escaped from Tanzania to Canada. Naila was 6 years old. In HER words:   What 'not belonging' feels like   Two key ingredients are needed for belonging to be felt.  Three types of connection that need to be paid attention: connection to self, to other, and to the divine.    What touches Naila: acts of kindness (listen to the audio to see where this discovery took her )    Nuggets of wisdom:    "It’s (the path) about evolution and it’s not about fixing"   "We are all on a journey and it’s going to look very different for everybody."    "Things come in and they take us to whatever is next, to the next stage of the evolution."    "If there is anything I want to share is that we are always ok."  _______________________________________________   LINK To subscribe to newsletters to receive practices, information and videos on topics of belonging, healing and spirituality, please subscribe here:
December 2, 2019