On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis talks with Renee Whitlock, an entrepreneur, professional soap maker and founder of the Soap Making School in Vancouver, Canada.
On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis speaks to Yol Swan, author of The Indigo Journals: Spiritual Healing for Indigo Adults & Other Feminine Souls.
Yol Swan is a spiritual counselor, mentor and coach who has taken the understanding of the soul and the wounded Feminine to new cosmic depths.
A modern seer who perceives life as energy and is sensitive to other dimensions, she began channeling spiritual messages in her teenage journals and later developed a practical system of spiritual healing and energy management through more than 30 years exploring the mind and psyche, guided by her intuitive gifts, mystical experiences, and enlightened teachers from both Buddhist and Hindu traditions.
Once Yol realized she was an Indigo adult expressing the wounded Feminine on the planet, she noticed that some of her clients were also Indigos while most displayed many but not all of the Indigo features. While identifying the spiritual wounds and codependent patterns they all had in common, she discovered a Feminine-Masculine Soul Spectrum that explains essential differences between the many soul types inhabiting the Earth today.
She shares her journey and profound insights in her new book, The Indigo Journals: Spiritual Healing For Indigo Adults & Other Feminine Souls, where she presents an in- depth view of the wounded Feminine and Indigo archetype, as well as her spiritual healing system to help feminine souls—and anyone willing to explore their feminine side—unlock their hidden power, discover their purpose, and balance an overly masculine world to bring
in a new cosmic cycle of light.
On today’s program Kathryn opens her heart and quantum being to give a message for all to share. It includes a channeled message from her Spirit Guardian and a few passages from her spiritual journal.
Pay Attention and Listen Up! We’re Talking Here!
Heavy on-air traffic precluded lots of callers from having their say last week—even with an extra day of our weekly open forum. So, we pick up from where we left off on Friday, talking about what matters.