In this episode, we reveal ReWilding practices for accessing the energy of Medusa. Going deep into the myth and symbolism of Medusa, we discover:
– How the Medusa Mysteries are relevant to each of our current lives
– What Medusa is protecting within each of us
– The gifts of divinely expressed Medusa
Using astrology, goddess archetypes, shamanic practices, and personal inquiry, we peel back the layers to reveal what we’re truly afraid of and how to confront those fears so we can step into our all-ness.
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Full length audio version
The Medusa Mysteries – In this episode:
(Note: times are based on the audio version of this episode.)
3.02: Opening circle – How are you feeling in this moment?
7.14: Introduction to Medusa
9.36: ReWilding Practice #1 – Meditation to awaken the snake
14.54: Current astrology
15.39: Moving closer to Medusa
17.46: ReWilding Practice #2 – Feeling into Medusa
19.22: The Medusa Myth
23.08: ReWilding Practice #3 – Reflecting on your personal wounds around sexuality, and your relationship to masculine & feminine
24.42: The Enraged Feminine
26.03: Acknowledging fear around sexuality and feminine gifts
26.55: ReWilding Practice #4 – Considering the masks we wear and the gifts beneath
32.24: Mystery #1 – The symbolism of turning to people to stone
34.33: Mystery #2 – The symbolism of disembodiment
35.28: Mystery #3 – The symbolism of toxic blood
37.04: Mystery #4 – The magic of transformation
38.35: De-rubbling the Medusa Mysteries within
40.18: The gifts of divinely expressed Medusa
44.21: Invitation to Inner Circle
45.23: Live Q&A – Do Kali and Medusa carry the same energy?
46.47: Live Q&A – What do the snakes on Medusa’s head represent?
50.09: Closing circle
Art credit: Niki Lazaridou – Freelance Photographer Model: Anna Aleksandra Jonynas