46 min

The Akasha + Spiritual Sovereignty with Divine Void Sophia Wild Wonder Podcast

    • Society & Culture

On this episode of the Wild Wonder Podcast, host Kristen Llorca speaks with channeler, explorer of The Akasha, and conduit Sophia Hornyak on what it means to tune into your frequency, trust your own channel, and be spiritually sovereign.

As part of Sophia's newest curriculum, she guides students in harmonizing one's own frequency to Self, trusting their own channel, learning the language of Spirit and of their own nature or spiritual ecosystem. Sophia believes language is our greatest barrier, and that in learning to communicate and trust one's Self (rather than looking to others' definitions) we align closer to our own divine nature. To learn more about Sophia's work, visit www.divinevoidsophia.com.

WILD WONDER BOOKCLUB
Wild Wonder Bookclub launched this month. Focusing on translated novels and books by authors from marginalized communities, we'll take a look away from the dominant narrative, uplift differing voices, and take a deep look at our own psychologies and how we connect to each other - all over a live coffee chat! Gain instant access by supporting our work on Patreon at patreon.com/wildwonder.

WILD WONDER PODCAST
The Wild Wonder Podcast is not possible without your generous support. Support the Wild Wonder Podcast on Patreon at patreon.com/wildwonder. Short on funds? Share the podcast with friends in a text, email, or on social media.

The Wild Wonder Podcast is available on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and SoundCloud. Be sure to “follow” to receive notifications when episodes are made available.

For everything else, visit us at wearewildwonder.com.

On this episode of the Wild Wonder Podcast, host Kristen Llorca speaks with channeler, explorer of The Akasha, and conduit Sophia Hornyak on what it means to tune into your frequency, trust your own channel, and be spiritually sovereign.

As part of Sophia's newest curriculum, she guides students in harmonizing one's own frequency to Self, trusting their own channel, learning the language of Spirit and of their own nature or spiritual ecosystem. Sophia believes language is our greatest barrier, and that in learning to communicate and trust one's Self (rather than looking to others' definitions) we align closer to our own divine nature. To learn more about Sophia's work, visit www.divinevoidsophia.com.

WILD WONDER BOOKCLUB
Wild Wonder Bookclub launched this month. Focusing on translated novels and books by authors from marginalized communities, we'll take a look away from the dominant narrative, uplift differing voices, and take a deep look at our own psychologies and how we connect to each other - all over a live coffee chat! Gain instant access by supporting our work on Patreon at patreon.com/wildwonder.

WILD WONDER PODCAST
The Wild Wonder Podcast is not possible without your generous support. Support the Wild Wonder Podcast on Patreon at patreon.com/wildwonder. Short on funds? Share the podcast with friends in a text, email, or on social media.

The Wild Wonder Podcast is available on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and SoundCloud. Be sure to “follow” to receive notifications when episodes are made available.

For everything else, visit us at wearewildwonder.com.

46 min

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