Healing Through Emotional Trauma With Alijah Morton #59


Join Chris & Sara for another inspirational episode with guest Alijah Morton, a musician, producer, and visionary. Having been a victim of child abuse and violence, Alijah takes the listener on his journey of healing after emotional trauma. He talks about the power of forgiveness and teaches you practical tips on moving beyond psychotherapy into the realm of spiritual healing through the cleansing of the aura and energetic pathways.


Alijah is a Musician, Producer, and a Visionary. He played Piano since he was 7 years old. A talent he discovered after he saved himself and his older brother from drowning while in a state of unconsciousness. Witness accounts are the only memory he has of this event but about a year later he also discovered his remarkable gift for music along with deepened spirituality and intuition. He attended and graduated from Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Arizona where he briefly worked with Eminem’s brother for an internship.

Alijah grew up witnessing more than just physical violence. He grew up as the oldest child of one of Detroit’s biggest drug dealers of the time and was taught that you HAD to be tough or lose your life. He always knew he didn’t want to follow his father’s path and the “negative” karma that was surrounding him. These events, however, only had power as long as Alijah allowed them to; which he realized shortly after his father’s murder.

Alijah’s hunger for spiritual study began when he was training to be a Religious Program Specialist for the U.S. Navy. His studies took off after he watched “The Secret” and he discovered an AHA moment; new found confidence began to melt away the effects of childhood trauma. He was later mentored by Rebecca Manns then hailed as the best fortune teller of Detroit.

Alijah is driven by his passion for helping people transform themselves which he does in a variety of ways; producing music for “meditation that bathes the soul”, aura & body cleansing techniques that release emotional trauma, allowing individuals to embrace their negative emotions, provide guidance on how to avoid spiritual sabotage while “creating a new you”, and provide insight into relationships.


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