Episode 18: La Vonne Natasha Caesar

La Vonne Natasha Caesar of The Lighthouse Vibration

Welcome to Season Two of So You Wanna Be A Witch! I am honored to kick off with the indescribably magical La Vonne Natasha Caesar. La Vonne is a medicine woman with a deep bag of tools who intuitively blends womb knowledge, Reiki, Thai yoga bodywork, and herbalism in her custom Total Energy Alignment (TEA) sessions. Her focus on womb energy and yoni steaming has helped her to facilitate great shifts in her clients, and in herself.

In this episode, La Vonne shares about her life-changing accident that left her clinically dead and shifted the course of her existence from poet and academic to healer.  La Vonne’s process of relearning to read, write, walk, and live on this physical plane exposed her to the modalities that would become her work. Her recovery led her through multiple suicide attempts and severe depression, and she shares about the nonlinear experience of living with the memory of death.  This is a deep and rich episode, punctuated by La Vonne’s poetic words and infectious laughter that includes talk of urine magic to win the lottery and a vibrational theory of race.

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Show Notes

Connect with La Vonne:
Lighthouse Vibration Instagram
Jaguar Womban Instagram

La Vonne mentioned the Mystical Yoga Farm where she received her yoga teachers training, and Ananda Ashram where she lived.

She quoted from The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles and Bringers of the Dawn by Barbara Marciniak.

Learn more about your host Sarah M. Chappell and book an intuitive tarot counseling session here.

One Reply to “Episode 18: La Vonne Natasha Caesar”

  1. Ah! I am crying! I love every episode, but this one touched me to my core. Hearing from someone who went through a serious TBI touched me so deeply, along with everything else you discussed. My brother passed on three weeks after a car accident that left him comatose from a devastating TBI. I was in his space every day of those three weeks, almost always alone with him save for nurses and doctors, and I felt fear that he was lost outside his body or scared. Hearing La Vonne really gave me more peace about non-physicality and time. This was medicine. This was so opening and amazing and healing. Thank you, La Vonne and Sarah. Thank you for sharing. <3

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