(S2:E9), All I Know, Sacred Stories: Josie

Episode 9 July 29, 2021 01:04:10
(S2:E9), All I Know, Sacred Stories: Josie
All I Know
(S2:E9), All I Know, Sacred Stories: Josie

Show Notes

In this epsiode, you'll meet Josie.  She healed her own broken heart after surviving a number of pregnancy losses, including a daughter - stillborn, at full term.  Part of her healing came through the accidental finding (of what the scientific community calls) "flow" using a watercolor set.  This conversation changed the way I think about most of the things I do each day - especially those that are mundane and repetitive.  This is a connection you don't want to miss!  Listen in, and catch all the light you can!

Photo Credit: @amyandersonart

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