EP 18: How a Near Death Experience Lead to a Spiritual Awakening with Alisha Hall
In episode 18, we hear from soul finder, grounded in truth and love, transparent Alisha Hall. Salt to my Peppa. As it stands today, Alisha is a mother, a lover, an ex, a divine goddess, a podcast co-host with her best friend and ex-husband David Hall of “You’ve been Programmed” and a life coach. In her work she uses a tool she refers to as “Quantum Blueprint”, which helps her navigate deep dive sessions into people that help them to remember who they are.
Who they are in their truest, most authentic nature. This journey into the self sometimes leads to new beginnings and shocking endings, both of which she’s experienced firsthand…
It was just 4 years ago when she was scheduled to give birth to their third child when suddenly everything went wrong. A planned C-section turned into an emergency C-section in the snap of a finger and she laid there immobile as she lost consciousness.
Luckily, she woke to learn she’d had a baby boy and she’d make a full recovery but that moment changed her life forever.
She awakened… or as she will say she experienced an activation. A year later she experienced another activation during a solar eclipse and again a year later when she and her husband took their perfect marriage and adorable family of 5 to Costa Rica for a summer in 2018.
I’ve known Alisha for 6 years and what came next still shocks me.
Listen as she courageously shares her story of separation, surrender, transformation, relationship programming, her journey back to her divine feminine self from operating in a strong masculine, and how letting go of her ego and saying yes to her heart has lead her to the most fulfilled, aligned, peaceful self she’s ever been.
This episode is a long one because it’s full of little moments that lead to big lessons. I encourage you to listen with an open heart. She and I have had many long, deep talks – none of which have ever been recorded – and we rejoin to bring you an episode full of surrender, love, and vulnerability.
To Alisha: Thank you. Thank you for always being your truest self even when the world was against you. Following your heart was a huge risk but this risk created space for freedom and it’s encouraged me & others to pursue my truest self despite the fear of being rejected.
I can honestly say Alisha is one of the most important pieces to my self-love and self-discovery and she will be for you too, if you allow it.
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