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April 29, 2020
Giampierno Scattolon - Finding The Extra in The Ordinary

On today's show we are going to find the extra in the ordinary with retired US Army veteran, Giampierno Scattolon, who has overcome the traumatic effects of PTSD tro become an Aspirational Public Speaker and Conversation Faci...


On today's show we are going to find the extra in the ordinary with retired US Army veteran, Giampierno Scattolon, who has overcome the traumatic effects of PTSD tro become an Aspirational Public Speaker and Conversation Facilitator. Join us for this inspiring story of victory and growth on this episode of On The Light Inside. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support

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Giampierno Scattolon

Giampiero M. Scattolon was Born in Lima, Peru, and grew up in Los Angeles, CA. Currently, he lives in Merrimack, NH.

After being diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) he worked closely together with a team of mental health professionals at the Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System in Long Beach, CA. His life became a bit more manageable despite the diagnosis. And yet he felt that there was a key component missing in his life.

After much research and contemplation, he felt the call to participate in his first Ayahuasca Ceremony in January 2019.

He considers his first Ayahuasca experience one of his top life-changing experiences, being a close second place next to his being present at the birth of his first child.

In early 2021 while working in a supporting role at an Ayahuasca Center in Southern New Hampshire, he decided to become a student of Ayahuasca, and quickly he understood that this would be futile without a teacher. And soon after that, he was introduced to Taita Hector Alirio Ortiz Jimenez from Colombia.

Giampiero is now a disciple of Taita Hector and seeks to continue learning about Ayahuasca – Yage and about the cultures that have used this peculiar Sacrament for millennia to connect with that which is considered sacred.