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Niki Jones Interview Transcript

Updated: Jun 4, 2022

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Welcome to the curiously wise podcast. I'm your host, Laurin Wittig. This podcast is all about women supporting women, mind, body, and spirit. It's a place where we will honor, celebrate and share women's natural and experiential through curiosity provoking conversations, shared stories and tips we've all gathered along this journey.

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[00:00:44] Laurin: Hello, friends. And welcome to this episode of curiously wise. We're going to have a great time chatting with my friend and fellow healer, Niki Jones, today. Niki is a spiritual mentor trained in shamanic arts, psycho pump, and spiritual resiliency, specializing in entity removal, power animal, and soul retrievals, connecting people with their spiritual teams and more. She gets more and more all the time. I'm so excited to bring Niki Jones to you.

Welcome Niki.

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[00:01:15] Niki: Thank you so much for having me.

[00:01:17] Laurin: It's great to be here. I love talking to you. I met Niki when she was pretty new to spirituality and definitely new to energy healing. It's been such a pleasure to watch her embrace the path that was set before her and the gifts that appeared rapidly. Super rapidly and continue to come. It's amazing.

I really had the honor of supporting her into and through this transformation that she's been in and that I want to talk about a little bit. So, Niki, do you need to add anything to what you're doing yet?

[00:01:50] Niki: Well, that encompasses a lot. I offered a whole bunch of different services to clients. A lot of main ones are, connecting people to their spiritual teams and ensuring that their minds are open. Help give them the tools necessary to break down the barriers that separate us between us and the spirit or us and the universe, or however you want to look at it.

[00:02:10] Laurin: Great. We're going to talk about that today, for sure. So, let's start a little bit, if you don't mind, talking about your journey to this transformation from pre-spiritually awakened to the work you're doing now.

[00:02:25] Niki: Life is radically different than it used to be. I'm retired army. I used to work on the Apache helicopter. Growing up, my family was very much open. They didn't push anything on us. We could believe what we wanted, but nothing was ever really talked about. So, I didn't really get an experience of anything other than the typical Monotheistic type of religion until I joined the army and realized there's a whole lot out here.

I thought, when I learned in school was, they put it as ancient history and my mind was blown. It wasn't until after I retired that I started opening my mind. I started working on my inner shadows, my problems, my triggers and realized that there is so much more out there and it is so amazing and still worth it.

[00:03:14] Laurin: Okay. That's great. I did have the honor of working with Niki as a client. It's been really fun to, like I said, just amazing to watch her. It's been awesome. I want to start with the thing that jumps out at me the most when I look at what you've developed online in terms of how you're offering your services and your gifts.

You're coming to your work with a point of view that I recognize because I have two millennials who are self-described gamers. At one point I went, “So that means you play games?”. It's like, “No, ma that's not all it is, you know?”. So, it's like, okay, it's a lifestyle. It's a point of view really.

And it's something I know gaming is something that's coming into pretty much everything in our culture now. And so, it's really interesting to me that you are bringing your gamer point of view and apparently some of your gamer skills into the work that you're doing. I love it because I think that there's so many of your generation and the millennials behind you and whatever the generations are called after that because I lost track. There’s so much anxiety and there's so many, impas don't understand what's happening to them or why they're so sensitive. Some people refer to them as sensitives, which is you and I are both, you know, part of that group.

And so, I love that this feels like a very inviting way to invite those people into a journey like yours.

[00:04:43] Niki: Mm-hmm

[00:04:44] Laurin: That really can help them feel better. I love that you managed to be both playful and serious in what you've presented and with what you do at the same time. I wanted to know if this is just your natural way of moving through the world? I know you've done Dungeons and dragons and other games and stuff, and it sounds like you've even created some with your husband.

Has your team, your spiritual team, I know you call 'em team. I call 'em my all y'all. But did your team invite you to do it this way or is this just the way that felt natural to you?

[00:05:18] Niki: A little bit of both. Even before, I realized that I had so many guides that were actively helping me and pushing me to uncover things and fix myself essentially. Not that I'm broken or anything, but there's alwa