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Inspiring Conversations with Jasmyn Camp of Jay’s Intuitive Life Coaching and Inspired Healing

Today we’d like to introduce you to Jasmyn Camp. 

Alright, so thank you so much for sharing your story and insight with our readers. To kick things off, can you tell us a bit about how you got started?
I am the founder of Jay’s Intuitive Life Coaching and Inspired Healing, LLC. When I launched my business, I did so to help others heal from their trauma and implement self-care and positive life changes. 

My first encounter with trauma stems from my childhood. I was five years old when I was sexually abused. That was the catalyst for how I dealt with trauma and life in general. I spent over twenty years of my life drowning in my pain and projecting it onto others including my children. 

My deteriorating mental health led me to seek external resources. I tried therapy, however, therapy left me with more questions than answers. 

Through research and implementation, I studied until I found what works for the everyday parent like myself who’s struggling with healing trauma, practicing self-care, and living the life they truly desire. 

With these solutions in hand, I launched my business, Jay’s Intuitive Life Coaching and Inspired Healing, LLC. I created an eight-week program called the “From Trauma To Triumph Program” as well as other courses and products that assists busy mompreneurs with implementing new positive habits and engaging in more effective behaviors for healing. 

The From Trauma to Triumph program helps parents heal from childhood trauma. It helps them heal their inner child so that they can offer their children a better childhood that is trauma-free. The Trauma to Triumph program helps to stop the cycle of trauma being passed down from generation to generation. 

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall, and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
One of the biggest challenges I experienced was getting out of my own way. I had a work ethic. I had the drive and the passion for what I was embarking on. I just felt like I wasn’t good enough. In the back of my head, it was always that question of “why me” and I would listen to it. Month after month, I would work work work and then stop. It was like I wanted to fail. I was my biggest obstacle on the road to success. Eventually, reality stepped in and I realized that I had no backup plan should my business fail. So, I started working on my mindset. 

On my vanity mirror, I wrote “I am enough” I kept it up for three months until I finally believed it. Then I changed it to “I will be successful”. I started doing what successful people do. I got up early. I started my day with meditation and affirmations. I prayed a prayer of gratitude and most importantly I told myself that no matter what, I will succeed. Doors started openings for me. Versus asking myself “Why me”, I told myself, “If not me, then who.” 

As you know, we’re big fans of Jay’s Intuitive Life Coaching and Inspired Healing, LLC. For our readers who might not be as familiar what can you tell them about the brand?
I own and operate a coaching business that focuses on helping individuals heal from childhood trauma. I am the owner and founder of Jay’s Intuitive Life Coaching and Inspired Healing, LLC. We help our clients heal their trauma and transform their lives through a proven path of healing. 

I have an eight-week program called The From Trauma to Triumph Program. It’s a program that helps parents heal from childhood trauma. We help parents heal their inner children so they can offer their children a childhood that they do not have to spend their adulthood healing from. 

Many of our clients enter our program believing that they are broken beyond repair. They are exhausted from pretending to be okay versus being okay. One of the initial conversations we have with them before they become a client is goals. 

We want to know where they want to be in their healing journey and how if we can assist them with that. Many clients want to find peace and live a life outside of their trauma. They want to be able to let go of the past and not be so frightened of the unknown. The most disheartening part of it is that they think it’s impossible. This is why we offer a free coaching call before working. We see small steps towards this goal in less than an hour of conversation. 

Before we let you go, we’ve got to ask if you have any advice for those who are just starting out?
Set a goal and detach yourself from the outcome. Remember rejection is God’s protection and redirection. 

If it doesn’t work out the way you’ve planned, go back to the drawing board and create a new one. Most importantly, don’t compare yourself to the next person. Each of us has a purpose that only we can fulfill. If you are not achieving your goals imagine the opportunities that aren’t being afforded to others. 

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