Chapter 42-Amanda Elise of Spirit Journies

Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Amanda.

In this chapter, Amanda shares her journey from Detroit, Michigan to experiencing and leading plant medicine retreats with people from around the world. She opens up about her experience growing up as a Black child in a wealthy white neighborhood, and how her parents responded when she asked to see a therapist at the age of eight. Amanda talks about traveling to heal, and about her first experience with ayahuasca. She also tells us how she manifests the life she wants, and not just the things she wants (and how you can too).

You can connect with Amanda on Instagram. She’s offering BWT Pod listeners a free download of the first few days of her new Write It Into Existence Journal. You can grab your copy at

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