I've been feeling the call to invite more voices on the Belonging Podcast to help me paint in perspectives of this journey of Belonging that are different from my own. In this episode, I am so excited to welcome Ash Johns who is a trans-cultural ancestral healing guide, psycho-spiritual coach, ceremonial priestess, strategist, speaker, and author. Ash and I are talking about what it means to be a good ancestor and connect with the bright and well ones, connecting to the land without perpetuating colonization, and working with the ancestors to heal the collective.
"If you really want everyone to be well, what are you willing to do in your own personal life to help orchestrate, illustrate, inspire, and stand in that truth?" -Ash Johns
- Nisha Moodley introduced Ash and I to each other (thanks Nisha!!)
- Moon gardening with Erin Duffy Osswald
- Ayana Young's For the Wild Podcast
- Milla Prince
More from Ash Johns:
How do you invite your bright and well ancestors to work with you? Or which ancestors (known or unknown) do you feel a connection to?
Credit for the phrase "be a good ancestor" goes to Arianna of Quw'utsun' Made
In Autumn’s waning days, when the veils are thin and earth’s harvest is nearing her end, I invite you to sit in circle with me and fully immerse yourself in the witchy mystery and ancestral magic this time of year brings. Join me November 7-10, 2019 for Rooted Magic, a 3-day retreat in Northern California. You’ll weave your ancient self into your modern life and work to remove and heal the ways you feel blocked from deep connection in your life. Let’s come together. Let’s deepen our roots. Let’s remember our magic. Learn more and join us here >>
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