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The Priestess Podcast

The Priestess Podcast brings you conversations on sacred leadership, meaningful living, ancient and modern spirituality and conscious business. Get ready to explore your divinity, intuitive wisdom and soul gifts with inspirational global thought leaders. Your host Julie Parker is an award winning author, life coach trainer and Priestess, devoted to helping you create a life and legacy of your fullest expression - one that opens your heart and allows you to make a meaningful contribution to yourself, your community and the world. Connect at www.juliesuzanneparker.com and follow her on Instagram @julesyparker
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Feb 26, 2020

Making a commitment to write, journal or track something in your life involves just that - a commitment. However we have likely all had an experience at least once in our lives where doing so has reaped us enormous rewards. That little bit of discipline can go a LONG way! On The Priestess Podcast today we are learning from our wonderful guest Michaela Rosandich about how tracking our cycles - and especially that of the moon - can help us lead richer, fuller and more wonderful lives. Lady Luna is there for us to freely access Her power and wisdom every day if we choose. And if you do choose - believe me when I tell you and as Michaela shares with us today - you will be so glad that you did in a multitude of ways.

Feb 19, 2020

So I’m going to tell you something quite obvious as we feel into this episode of The Priestess Podcast today - but in saying that maybe it isn’t so obvious as I think. Your health and wellbeing is about so much more than what you eat or how much exercise you do. So. Much. More. And while I think this IS something that more and more of us are realising as we begin to incorporate an understanding of things such as our sleep, sexuality and mindset as other elements of health, how much do we really think about our spirituality and it’s connection to our health? I’m certainly not seeing it spoken about a great deal which is why I am so grateful for our guest today - Priestess and Women’s Health Coach - Jolinda Johnson. Jolinda is about to share with you infinite ways our spirit and health are interconnected and why it is so vital for our wholeness that we continue to see them as so.

Feb 12, 2020

My guest on The Priestess Podcast today, Larissa O’Neill, is an incredibly gifted and experienced space holder. Larissa considers herself to be a sacred vessel for women’s wisdom and when you hear her speak and share about her work you will soon understand that to be true. How is it that we can see ourselves as sacred vessels when we desire to hold deep space for others? And how can we come to learn and understand that doing this work and being in service to others requires us to always, but always, be in deep service to ourselves? Larissa shares this and so much more in this inspiring episode today.

Feb 5, 2020

I love exploring topics on The Priestess Podcast that we never have before, which is quite a feat after more than 130 episodes! Today we are doing just that in talking about exercise with our special guest Nicole Meline. Nicole is a very special athlete and catalyst for inspiring people to understand the connection between physical movement and our spiritual selves and that movement and exercise is so much more than something we can just do to change our body shape or even just remain healthy and well. Nicole believes that spirited movement is a right for all of us and that it can act as a portal to our most spiritual, reverent and divine selves. Get ready to think about exercise and movement in a way that you may never have before.

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