Glass ceilings

In this episode of the Daily Rejuvenation series, your hosts Marvin Schneider and world-renowned energy healer, Jen Ward, help you shatter societal and self-imposed glass ceilings.


In episode five of the Daily Rejuvenation Series titled “Glass Ceilings,” hosts Marvin Schneider and world renowned energy healer Jen Ward engage listeners in a profound discussion about the limitations often imposed by traditional spiritual practices. They emphasize the importance of finding practices that uplift and rejuvenate, rather than feeling like a chore. The episode is particularly relevant for those who feel disillusioned with their current spiritual routines or who sense a lack of fulfillment in their practices. Jen and Marvin articulate how spiritual activities should be a source of joy, highlighting the disconnect many experience when their practices feel more like obligations fueled by fear rather than expressions of love.

The central theme of the episode revolves around the concept of ‘glass ceilings’ – metaphorical barriers imposed by various external and internal sources, including family, partners, society, and even self-imposed limitations. Through a combination of visualization and SFT (Spiritual Freedom Technique) tapping, Marvin and Jen guide listeners through a process of recognizing and shattering these invisible barriers. They provide a vivid metaphor of being trapped in layers of glass ceilings and empower listeners to break free, thereby facilitating a deeper connection with their intrinsic light and energy. This visualization is paired with practical tapping exercises to reinforce the process of breaking through these confining barriers.

The episode is not just a guide to spiritual practice but also an exploration of adapting these practices to suit individual needs, particularly for those who are ‘neurologically diverse.’ Jen and Marvin challenge the traditional linear approach to meditation and spirituality, advocating for a more dynamic and personalized method. They encourage listeners to integrate visualization into their daily life as a natural, effortless activity – akin to breathing. This approach underscores the importance of personal freedom and creativity in spiritual practices, moving beyond rigid structures to embrace a more fluid and expansive experience of spiritual growth.

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