49 | Jamie Rea | The Power Of Vulgar Expression & Healing The Over/Under Functioner Within | The Amber Hawken Podcast

One of the most misunderstood types of expressive writing is that of the vulgar kind.

Jamie Rea is a Transformational Relationship & Life Coach, Soul Guide & Teacher, Award-Winning Screenwriter,
Storyteller, Filmmaker, and Comedy Writer & Creator.

He has written about relationships professionally for various digital publications across Canada, the U.S., and the U.K for nearly a decade.

Jamie works primarily with co-dependent under-functioning men and women all over the world to help them unlock their deepest soul potential, own their voice and step into their power, and create truly soul-satisfying love relationships.

Jamie regularly lends his comedy talents to his teaching, combining a space of play, humour, and lightness with the sacred healing work he does with his clients.

He is the Creator and Founder of The Deep & Dirty Collective, which combines Jamie’s teachings with a playful, humorous, and dirty twist. In addition, Jamie is also a Performer, Screenwriter, Filmmaker and Comedian, and is regularly writing movies and TV shows for the film industry, as well as writing, directing, and performing his own video content for the online space that satirizes the spiritual and growth industries.

Jamie Rea guides us from an under-functioning sensitive, shy kid into an award-winning filmmaker, writer, and actor. Below are some of the key takeaways from our interview:

  • How claiming personas can both support expression but risk getting lost in the identity.
  • Marrying together the parts of ourselves we discover throughout our lives.
  • The long journey through a dark time requires blazing a path, not finding it.
  • Be willing to feel lost, feel uncertain, and feel lost in the dark times of life.
  • Harnessing the uninhibited part of ourselves.
  • The fear of coming into integrity requires the death of the part of us that fears being seen.
  • We can’t reach flow unless we’re willing to meet the abyss.
  • The healing of body connection in relation to shadow integration.
  • The history and healing of over-functioners and under-functioners.
  • The magnetic force between the opposing functions.
  • The root cause being shame and how to heal/transcend it.
  • Disembodiment from the neck up makes you numb.
  • The power of working with where you are at and meeting ourselves tenderly and honestly with that.
  • The admittance of flaws and ownership of power both being key elements in leading and teaching from embodiment.
  • Meeting our grief so we can find our joy.



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