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The Success SHIFT

Jul 6, 2023

In this episode of the Success S.H.I.F.T. Podcast, Dr. Irene interviews Victoria Rose, an authority in pre and perinatal psychology for health education. 

Victoria shares her insights on the profound impact that our early experiences in the womb can have on our beliefs, relationships, and overall well-being. 

She also discusses the use of “entheogenic” birth experiences, such as Ayahuasca ceremonies, to unlock repressed birth memories and facilitate healing and growth. 

Entheogenic substances are hallucinogens and psychedelics, like Ayahuasca, that are ingested to produce a nonordinary state of consciousness for religious or spiritual purposes.

Disclaimer: This episode, like all of our topics, is designed to explore different perspectives and possibilities for improving our life success. This in no way represents the recommendations of the Success S.H.I.F.T. Institute. And we recognize the importance of keeping an open mind and dialogue for continuous learning. 

Key Takeaways

  • Our cellular memory holds imprints of our past, and accessing these memories can provide invaluable insights into our present selves.

  • Entheogenic birth experiences can be a powerful tool for healing and growth, but it is important to approach them with caution and respect.

  • The ancient traditions from which these sacred medicines originate should be honored, and individuals should seek guidance from experienced and genuine practitioners.

  • Understanding and healing our birth imprints can have a profound impact on our ability to thrive and find true success in life.

  • Victoria Rose had a near-death experience at the age of 21, which led her on a spiritual journey. This experience made her realize the importance of birth and the need for a conscious and connected approach to welcoming new life.

  • She witnessed the impact of Ayahuasca and other entheogenic substances on individuals and recognized that these experiences often trigger the re-experiencing of birth trauma.

  • There is a shadow side to the world of Ayahuasca, and it's crucial to approach it with caution. It's important to seek out experienced and knowledgeable guides who have a deep understanding of the tradition and can provide a safe and supportive environment.

  • Westerners should approach these traditions with humility and recognize their developmental differences and conditioning.

  • Indigenous traditions, such as the Shipibo tradition, have ancient wisdom and knowledge in the use of entheogenic substances. The Shipibo people have a deep understanding of medicinal plants and a comprehensive medical system.

Guest Bio

Victoria Rose is an authority in pre and perinatal psychology and health education. She has extensive experience guiding couples through the psychospiritual dimensions of conception, pregnancy, labor, and birth, with a focus on nurturing birth physiology and fostering lifelong love. Victoria is also a certified Ayahuasca facilitator and has worked with many individuals to heal and grow through entheogenic birth experiences.


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