Master Series Testimonials
What’s Becca like as a teacher?
Keeping your identity private.
How do you like working with Becca?
What students are saying
Hunter Y, Colorado
Hunter, a student of Emotional Liberation, talks with our community nurturer Carsey about two important questions that often come up about this work: 1) His experience in the group setting where students stay anonymous. 2) And his exploration of cannabis and psilocybin microdosing as a tool in the emotional recovery work.
Chris H, California
Chris, a student of Emotional Liberation talks about his experience in this extended interview sharing his thoughts on the work itself, Becca’s approach, the group dynamic, the addition of plant medicine and how different the meditation practices are.
What Students Are Saying
Ingrid talks about the group dynamic where students take-on the name of their favorite mythological or fantasy creature and video is hidden…
“I loved the anonymity in Becca’s course because it allowed us to be vulnerable without being known. One of the things I most benefited from is the value of bringing strangers together into a space of learning and learning from each other in a really deep way through what Becca has provided.”
Garfield’s insights on how the use of cannabis plant medicine enhances emotional recover…
“Becca helped me realize the power of meditation and talking and listening to my heart. The cannabis helped me focus – so I don’t have a racing brain during meditation. It helped me to focus on what is bothering me. Now I use it more as a medicine to help me, to guide me on my path. ”
Ouroboros, using her mythical alias, discusses learning the language of emotions…
“Becca helped me to not be a captive to my emotions – that I’m in control of them. I definitely recommend this course because it opens you up to things that might have been buried for a long time. Accepting the emotions and learning to work with them is a life-changing thing that Becca is teaching.”