In Her Power Image

Eeek! My Interview is Live

Eeek! My Interview is Live

Reclaiming Your Power Image

In Her Power by Natasha Botkin

Eeek! Was my first reaction to an interview. For years I would not admit, acknowledge or state that I am a domestic violence survivor. Part of my journey is the Reclamation of me and to openly and honestly discuss this for all to hear.  Due to what I went through I developed a massive trust issue.  What I discovered is that I did not trust me, did not feel safe and so much more.

Slowly, I have begun reclaiming me.  I am a wonderful illuminating treasure filled with the most valuable divine essence.  The most beautiful of all is remembering who I am.  There is not right or wrong way to your own discovery and the notion of what works is a beautiful moment in itself.  I am thankful for all that I have learned.  Yes, you read that correctly, I am thankful.  I now know and able to understand and identify what is a trigger and what this means for me.  As with any trauma there is much more growing and healing.  The biggest was forgiving myself for being lied to.  The Art of Forgiveness

 Please enjoy this interview

Indomitable Women Welcomes Natasha Botkin 


Here is a previous blog describing this: Reclaiming Your Power

If you would like to learn more about reclaiming your power or how to regain yourself after trauma or domestic violence please feel free to contact me:

Much Love, Much Light and Magical Blessings,


Natasha Publicty PhotoNatasha Botkin, Master Teacher & Intuitive Energy Healer and #1 International Best Selling Author and creator of Reclaiming Your Power, Empower Your Words and Heart Meditative Writing. Gifted with the divine wisdom of guiding one transforming heart and soul with passion, creative play and healing energies.  Natasha works closely with  Youth & Adults  by using all the elements (Fire, Water, Air, Earth, Spirit) from a multi-dimensional healing of energies releasing patterns and blocks by helping one to shine their light and empower them.  Connect with me


16 thoughts on “Eeek! My Interview is Live

  1. Paula Niziolek says:

    Good for you! I think half the battle is admitting it to ourselves. I am a domestic violence survivor as well and for me, I totally felt shame in it. I think that’s pretty common. I’m short on time this morning but saving this podcast link to be able to listen later. Have a great day, Natasha!

  2. Reba Linker says:

    Congratulations on the interview and on the self-love to share your story. It happened TO you, it is not YOU, and you know that now. Bless you for the work you are doing to bring yourself out of trauma and to shine a light for others as well. xo

  3. Alexis says:

    When social media made it easier to hear about others’ stories, it was clear a lot of women had stories that needed to be told – that intimate violence was something that needed to be seen, and then could be addressed.

    I think it is so great that you were able to tell your story. As someone with my own story about violence (though of a different sort) I appreciate you, and stand with you.

  4. Julia says:

    Hello dear Natasha, this is a beautiful and very healing conversation which, as someone who was in a verbally abusive relationship in her early twenties, I identified with a lot and found myself shedding healing tears as I listened. An important conversation for so many women around the world for sure. Thank you for sharing so courageously and being such a light in the world.

  5. Vatsala Shukla says:

    When our trust is broken by the very people whom we trust and love and feel they would never hurt us, it takes time to heal and to rebuild trust not only in that person if possible, but in people in general. Domestic violence, whether it is physical or emotional does scar us. I’m so proud of you for finding your way back to life and trust. Even more proud that you are helping other women do the same. Virtual bear hugs.

    • mbhc12 says:

      Thank you so much Vatsala. At first I was not so sure I wanted to take the leap, but the importance of helping and healing others is far more greater notion that fear. xoxo

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