Dawn Watson was born into a religious cult in Brazil that believed in order to spread the love of god, you need to express your devotion through sexual acts. From the age of six, Dawn experienced sexual and emotional abuse. Dawn questioned these beliefs from an early age and when she turned 13, she decided to run away and begin her journey in search of healing from the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual abuses she suffered as a child.
In 2014, Dawn went to Tony Robbins' Date With Destiny, where she found the courage to break the silence and share the truth about her life for the first time. This was how she was able to liberate herself from pain and come back to love. Tony's intervention with Dawn was featured in the Netflix Documentary I Am Not Your Guru.
Today, she is certified by the Robbins-Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention and helps individuals in the process of redefining their deepest pains through lectures, immersions, online courses, and content on social media.
Since Dawn went to Date With Destiny, she has inspired people worldwide with her story. She always receives messages from people from all over the world saying how her story has helped them find ways to recycle pain and live in their truth.
She has been giving lectures and teaching courses around Brazil, guiding people on their path of forgiveness and explaining how they can transform pain into power.
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