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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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Now displaying: August, 2020
Aug 26, 2020

Can you possibly imagine what it must be like to be engaged at the age of 11 - a soon to be child bride - and have your entire life mapped out for you with no choice or control over your own destiny? Maybe you have had that experience or a similar one as a child and know the sense of confusion and uncertainty it comes with, or maybe it is too far away from your own life to even contemplate. My guest on The Priestess Podcast today - Shar Moore - was engaged to be married as a child - and is with us to share her story and how she broke free of that to become the successful and thriving woman she is today. I know that all of us in some form or another have had feelings of deep uncertainty about our lives and spiritual paths. This is in fact for so many of us meant to be a part of our path. Hearing the lived experiences of other people like Shar supports us to know we are not alone, and even in the most dire of circumstances we can so often find light and a way forward to become who we truly long to be.

Aug 19, 2020

You can be forgiven for thinking that the term ‘Dark Night of the Soul’ is a new age one. I know I did. However it is in fact a life and spiritual experience that has been around since the 16th century and likely a long time before then as well. The Dark Night of the Soul is an intense spiritual awakening bought about by a disconnection from one’s own source of love and divinity. It can and often is frightening, difficult, isolating, lonely and come about with a deep experience of depression and anxiety as well. My guest on The Priestess Podcast today - Emily Ghosh Harris - has had a Dark Night of the Soul - as have I. Emily shares with us her journey and some beautiful tips on how if you are experiencing one too you can gently ease your way through it to greater connection and joy on the other side.  

Aug 12, 2020

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a map that you could refer to when it comes to finding your divine soul purpose in life and walking a truth path of empowerment and sovereignty. Well...my special guest on The Priestess Podcast today - Jacqueline Teej - has created one. It’s called The Soul Map and is the heart of her latest book ‘Master of One.’ You’re soon to find out that Jacqueline would be the last person to suggest that this map is a one size fits all approach to our spiritual journeys. There is of course no such thing. However her work in spiritual awakenings and journeys is filled with practical support for those of us on this sometimes beautiful, but also sometimes challenging and messy path. And let’s face it...sometimes we can do with all the help we can get right? Right!

Aug 5, 2020

My guest on The Priestess Podcast today, George Lizos, is SUCH a joy. An author, spiritual teacher, podcast host and Pagan Priest, George shares with us his passion for lightwork and lightworkers and his new book ‘Lightworkers Gotta Work.’ George also opens up about his journey to becoming a Pagan Priest and discovering he was gay, as well as his special affinity to the Isle of Avalon and Glastonbury and his Goddess experiences there. I am certain that George is going to touch your heart as he did mine in this special episode today.

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