This podcast is a space for open minds and open hearts. Rohini curiously explores the “woo woo” as she embarks on her spiritual awakening in real-time. With a strong theme of self-love, sovereignty, and feminine empowerment, this podcast aims to catapult listeners into an imagining of the most beautiful life they can dream up. Self-improvement tools are shared so listeners can feel empowered to go after their dreams with full authenticity, presence, and love! If you are looking to have your inner truth emboldened, come step into this space of vulnerability as listeners share their deepest musings each week. Get ready for deep love for the planet, creation, humans, and yourself! See you next Wednesday (; more
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ladies, lets talk about masturbation - not just a little flick of the bean to fall asleep at night, a conscious practice of self pleasure. A sacred practice that connects you to the divine, and to your own brilliant sexual creative power. I share ste... more
Without the women you were, you wouldn't be here. Honor her, give her gratitude - but let her die. She is not you anymore. Honor her as you set her off to sea. This episode is a meditation for the woman you want to be - drop into presence, connect wi... more
In this solo episode, we’re rewilding. AKA - connecting with our innate, powerful, beautiful wild ( and free) self. Rohini begins by sharing a powerful excerpt from the book 'Women Who Run with the Wolves' By Clarissa Pinkola Estes. We talk about the... more
Stealing others cultures, preaching love but is actually very racist and only cares about herself and herself only. Plus she’s in a cult and doesn’t have any qualifications to be giving any sort of advice to anyone ever
pseudo advice from someone who isn’t qualified, and in a cult. Fit for service is a cult.
Love it! Sometimes it’s hard to hear though.
I almost didn’t want to listen to this pod. Why, because of the rating. But my inner voice urged me to dig a little and I started to read one, two, three…. Negative reviews about this pod. They have one common thread, they don’t agree with the views of the the author of the pod. Normal people will stop listening and find something more in line with their view points. Remember, this review and all reviews are only as good as the person writing them. Birds of a feather y’all. God bless
I love what she has to say and share every episode! I just wish the sound quality was a bit better. Sometimes it would be really quiet and other times it would blast through my headphones out of nowhere haha
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