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Terri Kozlowski: From sexual abuse and abandonment to raven warrior transcending fear

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Terri Kozlowski, Finding Fertile Ground podcast

This week on the Finding Fertile Ground podcast, I interview Terri Kozlowski. She is a proud Native American warrior of the Athabascan, Tlinglet Tribe and Raven Clan.

When she was just 11 years old, her mother sold her for drugs and shut her out on the streets of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

After many years of trying to process what had happened to her through therapy, Terri has learned to transcend her fears.

She believes that life experiences or abuse may instill fear and break the connection with our authentic selves.

Author of Raven Transcending Fear and host of the Soul Solutions podcast, Terri shares the lessons she has learned from her spiritual journey. Now she inspires and supports others who are struggling with fear.

Terri Kozlowski, Soul Solutions podcast, on the Finding Fertile Ground podcast

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