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It is a sacred duty to express your sovereign soul and be yourself! In this podcast, I bring in top experts, and we go deep. These are bold, compassionate, to-the-point, & sometimes challenging conversations integrating the sacred feminine, emotional healing, mothering, authentic spirituality, natural health, self-nourishment, beauty & "fempreneuring." This is YOUR time, sister.  

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I’ve been saying for years that most people are afraid of healing and that’s why, as a collective, we aren’t healing. Many special women are awakening to certain gifts and wonder, “Is this legit?”  “Am I being deceived by the ‘dark side’?” “If this is real and from God, what do I do with it?” My healer friend, fellow woman of faith, and author Marlo Andersen, grappled with these kinds of questions to herself, and to God, as did I. 

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I’ve been saying for years that most people are afraid of healing and that’s why, as a collective, we aren’t healing. Many special women are awakening to certain gifts and wonder, “Is this legit?”  “Am I being deceived by the ‘dark side’?” “If this is real and from God, what do I do with it?” My healer friend, fellow woman of faith, and author Marlo Andersen, grappled with these kinds of questions to herself, and to God, as did I. 

What are you waiting for, to step into your divine purpose and the life of your dreams? Hear from author of A Little Book of Permission, Susie Sourwine. In the last year, Susie has completely reorganized her life to prioritize having conversations about the way learning to give ourselves permission will change our lives… and when we as coaches, teachers, parents and leaders teach it and centralize our work around it, we change our influence. She calls this “rewilding your life.”

Jumana Sophia’s work articulates the soul road of womanhood and the nobility, the eternal rightness and the incorruptible beauty of female sexuality and sacred femininity. Jumana and I went deep in our discussion about what it really means to be an authentic woman; to let it emerge and to express as it naturally longs to.  We talk of how women steward the “womb of the world” and underestimate their power in just BEING.  

Where are you trapped in your life and what is keeping you from breaking free?  Briell Decker Blanchart will inspire you with her FASCINATING survival story, featured in CNN, The Guardian, and Inside Edition. She escaped from a polygamous cult, literally breaking herself out of a locked-up room in a “Repentance House.” Now, she is writing a book, speaking out, and is involved in 4 non profits involved in cult recovery and complex trauma solutions.

“There is a silent revolution taking place…This is a new type of revolution, the type that has not been written about in history books. This revolution is giving birth to Revolutionaries and not Reactionaries. These Revolutionaries see beyond the tribal creeds that have been rooted upon fear and upon territory. You can distinguish between the […]

You wouldn’t look at Jessica Procini and think she’d ever had a problem with unconscious self-feeding.  Yet, she has walked through an intense journey of self-love starvation, using food to fill the void. She eventually used her personal power and innate wisdom to become an Emotional Eating Healer and the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating®.  Being 100% free from her compulsions with food, she now helps others do the same.

My friend and colleague, Deborah Kagan (author, speaker, “Mojo Recovery Specialist”) and I are hearing many of the same things from women:  There seems to be a concern around being seen. So many women WANT to be seen, but are afraid or unwilling to stand in their full light. They feel like their bodies are […]

This is a first for me – a totally unscripted, unedited episode.  (And since the podcast began, only the second one I’ve recorded solo.)  I share some personal and sacred musings and experiences that led me on a powerfully unexpected journey, culminating in a dissolution and “unraveling” of who I thought I was and what […]

Robin Young (also known by her pen name, Mari Clairveaux) is an avid researcher who has extensively studied the Divine Feminine in Ancient Egyptian and Early Christian eras. Mine and Robin’s discussion revolves around women being traditionally been less visible in most cultures, based on early divisions in belief systems that resulted in male-centric authority. Yet, as we open our “eyes to see” – we will realize that The Divine Feminine has been hiding in plain sight all along.

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