Gifts & Pitfalls of Surviving Abuse w/Janet Rudolph & Why Women Need the Goddess Pt 1 of 4
Discussing the gifts and wreckage left behind from surviving a life of abuse. Followed by Why Women Need Goddess - Pt 1 of 4
Janet Rudolph, author, sacred traveler, and shamanic practitioner, joins me today to tackle the subject of her healing journey. We'll discuss how abuse takes our voices away and what mythological figures factored in her healing journey. Janet will share her pathways toward healing and how abuse harms our sense of self. Janet recognizes the gifts she discovered in the wreckage left behind from her abuse and shares that with listeners as well as what she calls the pitfalls of finding her own quest. Finally, we'll delve into why women leave abusive situations.
Nomad's Land by Zingaia
"IT'S ALL ABOUT THE QUEST." I have walked the spirit path for over 25 years traveling to sacred sites around the world including Israel, Eleusis and Delphi in Greece, Avebury and Glastonbury in England, Brodgar in Scotland, Machu Picchu in Peru, Teotihuacan in Mexico and Giza in Egypt. Within these travels, I have participated in numerous shamanic rites and rituals, attended a mystery school based on the ancient Greek model, and studied with shamans around the world. I am twice initiated. The first as a shaman practitioner of a pathway known as Divine Humanity. The second ordination in 2016 was as an Alaka'i (a Hawaiian spiritual guide with Aloha International).
Janet has written three books: When Moses Was a Shaman, When Eve Was a Goddess and One Gods.