In this episode we go beyond the story of Mary Magdalene to discover the 5 aspects of her magic and how she can help us:
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5 Aspects of Mary Magdalene’s Magic – In this episode:
(Note: times are based on the audio version of this episode.)
2.35: Introducing the topic – 5 Aspects of Mary Magdalene’s Magic
4.09: Opening circle – the energy of Mary Magdalene
6.49: ReWilding practice #1 – breathing and visualizing to connect with Mary Magdalene
9.12: ‘I See You’ ReWilding practice
11.19: Current astrology
13.20: Experiencing the Magic of Mary Magdalene
15.13: Aspect #1 – Priestess Magic
15.49: Rights of passage – healing body shame and honoring womanhood
17.45: What’s blocking you from your feminine wisdom and magic?
19.37: Aspect #2 – The Divine Union
20.45: Healing patriarchal wounds and our relationship to the masculine
22.17: Aspect #3 – Sacred Sex (aka Sex Magic)
22.41: Opening to the gifts of your sacred sexuality
23.47: Understanding the power and potency of sacred sexuality
24.57: Aspect #4 – Dealing with Partner Loss
25.31: Understanding death as a shift in energetic form (Shamanic Magic)
27.42: Aspect #5 – Whole Unto Herself
28.08: Embodying and expressing all threads of masculine and feminine
29.18: Aspect #6 (Bonus!) – From Whore to Saint
30.07: Shifting societal perspectives of the feminine
32.22: Opening the door to the work – where are we deeming the feminine aspect as shameful, not equal, not valued, not valid?
33.58: Invitation to Inner Circle and how to get more practices of Mary Magdalene
Art credit “Heart of Mary Magdalene” by Linzy Arnott