The Priestess Podcast shares inspirational interviews and intimate conversations about all things Divine Feminine, Goddess Culture, Women's Spirituality and Soulful Business. Listen in to some of the world's great spiritual thought leaders, authors and speakers with your host Priestess Julie Parker
Grace Niu on Feng Shui Serenity (E205)
So, you may already know this - or you may not. Feng Shui is about so much more than just furniture placement in your home and office. The divine Grace Niu is sharing with us today on The Priestess Podcast about this amazingly beautiful and soul rich spiritual practice that has so many benefits for our life. Grace brings eastern and western wisdom and practice to all she does in an incredible way, and you will undoubtedly learn some things from today’s episode not just about Feng Shui, but indeed your own life and soul longings, that you might never have previously recognised. This is the beauty of listening to practising intuitive mentors and guides that are an embodiment of years of ancestral and cultural wisdom. It’s learning that you simply can’t get in the same way from anyone else.
Anique Radiant Heart on The Crone Priestess (E204)
In the fast paced modern world we live in it seems sometimes as though we are always searching for something new, fresh and never before seen. Our culture is one that at times feels filled with disposables and an insatiable desire for the latest ‘thing’. And while new things can bring us so much, we surely must recognise that the old, the old ways, the ancient, the wise and wisdom filled, have deep merit too. I’ve often thought that a deep indicator of how well functioning a society is, is seen in how it treats its elderly and older citizens. The better that is, to me, the more likely enlightened that society would be. My guest on The Priestess Podcast today talking all things crone wisdom in her precious 70’s, is the extraordinary Anique Radiant Heart. Anique has been a High Priestess for decades and has inspired and worked with thousands of women around the world as they’ve been uncovering their version of this sacred leadership path. Her wisdom and humor and passion is timeless.
Heather Plett on Holding Space (E203)
Holding space. I know it’s something that many of you who listen to The Priestess Podcast do whether it be as a parent, sacred space holder, coach, healer or guide. How well do you do it however? How deeply, how reverently, how present, how focused? Big questions I know but there is no one better I could think of to converse with about such things than my guest today, Heather Plett, author of ‘The Art of Holding Space’ and the Founder of the Centre for Holding Space. Heather leads us in this interview about how vital it is we learn to hold space for ourselves, what liminal space is and why it’s so important to know as a space holder, why we should be aiming to move from safe to brave spaces and the most potent step you can take right now to become a better space holder. Get ready to leave this conversation with your heart lit and ready to become better at your craft and the art of conversation with those you love.
Andrea Owen on Patriarchal Unlearning (E202)
It’s well beyond time that we started to acknowledge in the self development and spiritual worlds that so much of what we may be healing and trying to work through is due to the collective oppressions we have all been living with for generations. We of course must all take responsibility for our own learning, unlearning and rising above, but when we can see that systems of oppression like the patriarchy have been designed and deliberately orchestrated to keep women and non-binary folks quiet, subjugated, lost, confused and separated from each other, we begin a path of power. My guest today Andrea Owen is here to talk about patriarchal unlearning and unravelling so we can step out, speak up and just like the title of her latest book ‘Make Some Noise.’
Deb Macintyre on The Shamanic Path (E201)
Shamanism. Shamans. Shamanic practices. So many myths and mistruths and misconceptions abound about them all. And so I am absolutely thrilled to be in conversation today with Deb Macintyre on The Priestess Podcast - a Shaman by birth and royal lineage. Deb’s grounded, practical and refreshing way of speaking to these topics is going to ignite your soul - it and she did mine. I left this conversation feeling empowered and even more ready to explore my own Celtic lineage and spiritual traditions. May you take inspiration from Deb’s words to potentially do the same.
Julie Parker on Episode 200 Celebration (E200)
Julie Parker on Episode 200 Celebration
Femininity & Laughter
I love this podcast so much. Julie is incredibly wise AND makes me laugh, a lot. Every podcast teaches me & fills my love tank!
Wow, so informational and inspiring!!
When I first started inner work this past year I really had no knowledge of any part of this world. It’s been incredibly interesting, and uplifting! I can’t stop listening so I’ve been binging all the episodes!
I got it
Let me start with I LOVE this podcast! I am on a journey of rediscovering my inner priestess and femininity.
I definitely love the message of learning to accept help. It’s something I’ve been struggling with in my journey. I have an issue though. The perceived explanation of why we say “I got it”. I have worked in predominantly masculine careers, Airborne Medic, comercial fishing, sheet rock on and on. The reason I say no thank you is because it keeps me safe. While I appreciate help, I have found it is often used to exploit me in a time of need or as an example of how incapable I am at doing my job compared to my male counterparts. I got it syndrome has developed over the years as a form of protection. If a female mechanic walked up to my car I would be much more comfortable accepting help. I am from Alaska and we have to be very self sufficient because often there is no one else around. Moving to the continental United States, well things are very different. I find the help I receive here is usually an attempt to get my number or get me alone. I just think it’s important that women know it’s okay, that “I got it” Is a form of defense and at times accepting help can put you in danger. Thank you for your podcast! ❤️