After a crazy journey and a whole change of pace, What the Magick?'s Kelly Lorraine is coming back to talk about all things meta, and all things not meta. This means she's tackling the ins and outs of what it means to be an energy worker and how daily life influences that and is influenced by that. Let's chat about how being human is weird and how each layer of soul work we do makes that experience just a little weirder! Learn more about Kelly or work with her further at linktr.ee/healingbykellylorraine Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatthemagick/support
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