Megan Fraser (Priestess Moon) is a Western Australian artist and author. Her work is designed to impart a sense of enchantment, and she has five solo exhibitions to her name as well as numerous group exhibitions. Renowned for being colourful, decorative and highly symbolic, her work brings universal symbols into a modern context. Priestess Moon’s works have strong links to illuminated manuscripts, herbal codex and magickal grimoires. Containing special symbols that act as energy tools, the artwork is designed to evoke certain qualities such as peace, protection and prosperity. The addition of gold leaf to many of her paintings enhances the meaning, luminosity and beauty of the pieces.
Host of The Priestess Podcast Julie Parker shares in this solo episode the spiritual (and life) lessons that can reveal themselves to us when we feel uncomfortable. No one necessarily enjoys feeling uncomfortable, but within the experience there can be so many lessons for us about self-care, perfectionism, tolerance and grace. Where do we project? Where do we overreact? Where do we bypass? Where do we bury? And what are the genuine benefits not just for us as an individual, but indeed all of humanity that can be found within the lessons of discomfort? They are absolutely there if we are open to them.
Is your soul purpose in life all about what you do? Who you are? A combination of both? Or maybe even neither? Such are the questions of life, love and the Universe that we are exploring today on The Priestess Podcast with my guest Sahara Rose. Sahara’s take on your life legacy and what you are truly here to unveil about yourself in your life and spiritual journey is filled with wisdom. She also shares with us more about her own ancestral lineage as a daughter of refugees and how that still impacts her work today. It’s a refreshing and uplifting conversation on the true essence of your dharma and soul purpose.
Why are people so afraid of being anti-racist? How can that be the case when it is something that so many of us desire to do? This is the question we explore deeply on The Priestess Podcast today with my guest diversity, equity and inclusion coach Trudi Lebron. You are about to dive into fear, failure, perfectionism, white supremacy, oppressive systems, busting out of the good girl persona and learning to be accepting of discomfort and getting things wrong. It’s only when we do so that we can hope to address our own bias, embrace matters of social justice as a part of our spiritual path and create the world we all long for. A world that is steeped in humanity, inclusion and equity for all.
Get ready to be inspired by Yogi and Global Empress Nadine McNeil, joining us all the way from Jamaica on The Priestess Podcast today. In this deep and soulful conversation Nadine shares with us what it means to her to walk through the world with the title of and embodiment of the empress archetype, her sacred spiritual practices, the courage and transition we have all moved through in these difficult global times over the past year (and continuing) and her commitment to the democratisation of yoga. We go here. We go there. We go everywhere. There are some chats and interviews that just through their own spirit and magick - cannot be contained or held in one space - and this is one of them. Leaning into the power of Nadine you will soon see why.