Self-love and The Gift of Addiction with Katori Noor

 

Welcome to the Someone Gets Me podcast where you will hear stories of inspiration and hope realized. Hosted by Dianne Allen, Intuitive Empowerment Mentor, who specializes in working with people who want to be freed from being stuck in life. You will hear personal stories and professional insights along with tips on how to conquer overthinking, procrastination and more. If you are bright and sensitive, this podcast is for you too!

In this episode, I interview Katori Noor who is a 500-hour Advanced Integral Yoga Instructor, Sound Healing Practitioner, Bhakti yogi, wife, mother and recovering addict.  Katori shares many inspiring ways to turn your pain into purpose.   Our conversation is packed with amazing insights about Katori’s personal and professional journey.

Topics we discuss include:

  • Katori’s life journey from near death to healer
  • Katori’s unique calling to be part of something bigger with her contribution
  • How to use pain as your purpose
  • Sound Healing and aligning with who you truly are

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More about Katori:

Katori Noor is a 500-hour Advanced Integral Yoga Instructor, Sound Healing Practitioner, Bhakti yogi, wife, mother and recovering addict. She began her path of healing in 1994 after a near death overdose. This experience led her on a journey to discover joy, self-love, acceptance and Soul-connection. With over 30 years of practicing overcoming addiction, Katori teaches her clients how to use their pain as their purpose and guides them to discover their own truth, beauty and gifts through self- love. Believing that we all have room to grow, Katori loves to connect you to you using the tools of Yoga, Ayurveda, Meditation and Mantra. She is committed to sharing her wisdom and knowledge of health, sobriety, Self-Love and the gift addiction can be with those she has the privilege of serving. Her favorite mantra is Lokah Samasta Sukino Bhavantu (May all beings be happy and free and may I contribute to that!)

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