57 Sara Avant Stover – Embracing Your Feminine Spiritual Awakening
Alright, crave bears I’ll admit: I am a bonified hippie born to hippie parents. And yet there are some aspects of the new age hippie culture that always felt a little icky to me, like female empowerment, divine feminine, and sister circles.
But over the years, I’ve come to term with these nouveau new age beliefs, and I was lucky enough to start following Sara Avant Stover. She made me feel like I had a community in my spirituality with nature, and gave me a language for those beliefs. She seeks to present this new model of beliefs that reflects the power and the wisdom that’s really unique to our feminine path.
Sara’s first book, The Way of the Happy Woman, came out in 2011, but today I’m excited to talk about her new book, The Book of SHE. This book celebrates all that it means to be a woman, and talks about embracing our full feminine spiritual awakening.
Trust me, Sara is an empowering woman, and I think you’ll like what she has to say.
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- The events that led her to write her new book
- What happened when she received a visit from Mary Magdalene
- Why she sees divine communication as something to relate to and not as an enemy
- Why it’s important to understand the difference between the feminine and the masculine
- Why we need to reclaim the diving feminine and masculine
- What is the archetype of the father’s daughter
- Why the little girl within us struggles with growing up
- Why you have to be in dialogue with various parts of yourself
- How the feminine shero’s journey is different from the hero’s journey
- Why the differences between men and women are valuable
- How women are impacted differently by events in our lives
- What happens when the stereotypical masculine pathway doesn’t bring us what we want
- Why we have to be able to look inwards
- What feminine empowerment means to her
- Why you have to leave your normal life
- Check out Sara’s books:
- Learn more about Sofia Diaz and her feminine spiritual practice
- Read The Heroine’s Journey by Maureen Murdock
- Connect with Sara: