Eric Nies, a former American model, used to be a loud and rowdy person. Looking at himself on TV, on the other hand, made him self-aware, leading him to become a spiritual healer.
Nies’ Healing Journey
Nies carried a great deal of guilt and shame as a result of his drug abuse and mistreatment of women. As a form of penance, he began working with Grandmother Ayahuasca in the Peruvian jungles, delving deeply into the realms of spiritual healing.
Nies has been on various adventures all over the world for nearly three decades.
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He has gone on all-night shamanic journeys deep in the Amazonian jungle, received martial arts training, chanted with 2,000 Himalayan monks, participated in native American spirit ceremonies, and fasted for 43 days in the desert.
With training in holistic health, natural foods, and the healing of health issues, Nies understands the meaning of using healing power. The healer now helps people find their spiritual selves by using lessons from his traumatic past.
To help people overcome their traumas, he works as a spiritual guide, wellness facilitator, and addiction rehabilitation facilitator.
Nies’s Dreadful Past
Nies, the star of MTV’s The Real World: New York, took to Instagram on March 1, 2020, to share details about his turbulent past.
In a post that included a photo of himself as a child, the former model revealed that he was sexually abused by a woman when he was younger.
Nies explained in another Instagram video how his innocence was stolen from him. Since then, he has been unable to trust women. He was deeply traumatized by the incident and would vent his rage and frustration on other girls.
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His brother’s domineering personality exacerbated the situation. In the presence of his friends, he would frequently tease Nies.
Nies turned to drugs as a coping mechanism at a young age, in an attempt to distract himself from all the trauma. His problems were exacerbated as a result of his toxic behavior, and he even considered suicide.
Fortunately for Nies, there was a light at the end of the tunnel in the form of MTV’s The Real World: New York.
In an interview with Andy Cohen, the star admitted that if it hadn’t been for the show, he would have committed suicide. Suppressed childhood wounds had led him down a destructive path. Seeing himself on the show inspired Nies to make positive changes.
“I was able to look at myself and see the things I didn’t like about myself that I wanted to change, so ‘The Real World’ saved my life in a way.”