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Radical Self Acceptance with Devina Kaur

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Replenish Me

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Sometimes the choices we make are toxic and send us in a downward spiral of addictions, sucide in efforts to avoid or kill the pain.

The good news is our words create our reality! At her lowest point she spoke these words into her life,”Always sexy, always brilliant!” And the words of inspiration to recreate herself whole and complete is a global movement.

Listen for the meaning of #sexybrilliant at 21:00

The spiritual side of sexuality

Owning the vocabulary of sexuality as a woman

Devina Kaur is a fun-loving, flamboyant, straight-talking author, entrepreneur, filmmaker, researcher, and inspirational speaker. Born and raised in rural India, she fought to reconcile her traditional upbringing with her ambitions. After a lifetime of being told that she was too fat, too loud, and too ambitious, her world fell apart when she was in her 30s after her arranged marriage ended. Thirty years of desperately trying to be the person everyone else wanted had resulted in loneliness, depression, and confusion. While looking for purpose and meaning, Devina embarked on a journey of self-discovery that led her to start the Sexy Brilliant Global Revolution.

Fearlessly jumping into new educational and business ventures, she built on every success and failure as an opportunity to learn more about herself and her many talents. She has multiple university degrees including teaching, environmental science, and business with a keen eye for discernment in all things. Daring to step out of her comfort zone, Devina quickly learned that the dating scene was just another superficial construct where potential dates portrayed themselves in a way that they knew others would find attractive, not as their true selves.