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Embrace Your Spiritual Powers with IAM
If you are struggling to heal from chronic ailments, chronic pain, chronic fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, insecurity, fears, etc., this podcast is for you.
Stop struggling with your ego and allow guidance from the non-physical or spiritual beings to take you on a journey to health. Find comfort in the fact that you are a spiritual being, “housed” in a physical body, and living in a creative world. Learn to embrace this spiritual power and manifest health.
Every week, join IAM, Shawngela’s spiritual guides, as they discuss how to manifest health from every aspect - spiritual alignment, nutrition, mindfulness, energy healing, natural healing and more.
You can heal because Shawngela has done it. Over 10-years ago, Shawngela was diagnosed with a chronic dis-ease as well as extreme chemical sensitivities. She was literally condemned to an incurable condition according to modern medicine. Shawngela did not accept this fate and went on to heal herself by following guidance from her guides - IAM.
NOW you can experience insights from IAM every week!
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About Shawngela Pierce
Over the past 7-years, Shawngela has helped many individuals throughout the world from stay-at-home Moms to engineers to heal. She offers workshops, Sedona Spiritual Retreats, and intuitive coaching as part of her mission to awaken and inspire individuals to their own innate power to heal.
Shawngela's work includes a qigong dvd, a spiritual guidance workbook, and two published books - Healing and the Law of Attraction and Awakening to the Healing Powers Within. Her latest book, titled Nutrition and the Law of Attraction, shines a new light on how we view nutrition and is expected to be released in February 2021.
My life’s work has evolved from the multitude of questions that plagued me in my search for health and balance.
As a child growing up in Detroit, Michigan, I experienced some major traumas that would shape both my health and career choices in the future. Unfortunately, I was never really equipped to handle all the emotional burdens of my surroundings. As with many children, I was taught to bottle up my emotions. The basic theme of childhood was that no one liked a crybaby. Life was tough, so you just had to learn to deal with it, or be crushed by it. These weren’t all necessarily taught to me verbally, but it was definitely what was taught in my family and in the community at large.
As a result, I was determined not to be crushed by it, but to deal with it the best way I could. I did this by graduating in the top 1% of my class in Detroit. I then went on to graduate with a BS in Biology and minored in Chemistry from Purdue University. It was during my time at Purdue, however, that the burdens of the past started to surface. At first, I went through bouts of depression and anger towards authority. By the time I started working in Ohio as a Forensic Scientist, I had been diagnosed with asthma. In the beginning, the asthma diagnosis didn’t worry me because I felt healthy overall. I thought it was a fluke and would soon resolve itself. This was not going to be something that crushed me. I had already learned this lesson.
Meanwhile, my life moved on to other adventures. I earned a master’s degree at Old Dominion so that I could teach college-level human anatomy & physiology. Unfortunately, as life was moving on, so was my asthma, but not like I had hoped. My asthma worsened dramatically and I became very chemically sensitive. The prognosis from the medical doctor and specialist was very dissatisfying, to say the least. I was basically condemned to a chronic dis-ease that would only worsen over time.
My search for a cure eventually led me to pursue a naturopathic medical degree. I felt the answers and healing I sought would be found in medical school. I would then be able to share this knowledge with others. Boy was I correct! I did find the answers, but not in the way I expected at all. While in medical school, I started getting treatment for my asthma and sensitivities. The transformation was amazing and I felt so much better. I felt my healing had truly begun. Despite this, I was still perplexed why even in medical school, all of the teachers had a different approach to healing. If I had gone to another naturopath, they would have treated me differently for my ailment. As a result, I started looking at the entire system and wondered why this was the case.
What I observed was, in addition to the different approaches by the teachers, there were so many different modalities taught that also had their own theories of healing. We were taught Chinese medicine, herbal medicine, nutrition, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, mind-body therapy, physical medicine and much more. On top of this, each and every student had their own personal opinions and beliefs. With all of these differences, the story just kept getting more and more muddled. I had so many questions. Who was right? Why were there so many different ways to heal? Was there one clear path to health? The only thing we all agreed upon was that traditional or allopathic medicine was not working for the masses. Even then, there were disagreements as to the degree that it was not working.
This new insight, which felt like a revelation, changed my outlook on medical school. Over time, I began to realize that this was not going to work for me. It didn’t fit into my belief system any longer. Yes, I truly admired and still admire the work of naturopathic doctors but my values had changed.
To ensure that my teachings would be authentic, I decided to allow my source to “speak” and “work” through me. I do this by naturally quieting my mind and allowing the thoughts to come forward. Some people would call it channeling, however, we all have the ability to do this.We all have the capability to quiet our mind and allow ourselves to come into alignment. As such, my source, whom I affectionately call “IAM,” is the source of the teachings in this book as well as all the work that I do.
My work involves helping to guide you on your path to healing, no matter what route that healing takes you.Whether that path is in conjunction with a doctor, healer or by yourself, is not important. Everyone has a unique path to healing. As such, the information that I provide is not provided as a "recipe guide" of techniques. However, some techniques are given as suggestions to help you in the beginning. My goal is to empower you in your role in healing and give you the tools you need to become whole again. One such tool is developing a relationship with your source. In this way, you follow your true path to healing.