TNP85 Therese Cator on Shadow Alchemy Life As Ceremony

38 minutes

Thérèse Cator is a Spiritual Leadership Coach + Teacher, Shadow Alchemist, and Soul Artist and comes from a lineage of healers, spiritual teachers, intuitives, artists and activists. She was born in a country ruled by a dictator, her first language is French, and she's as comfortable working with Fortune 500 companies as she is teaching students in South Central LA or acting in Hollywood.

In other words: she's got some stories!

Today, we're talking about ancestry, grieving, life as ceremony, and she tells a harrowing story about being racially profiled and how that led to the liberation of her own Light.

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Thérèse is leading a Shadow Alchemy Retreat in Tulum, Mexico.

Explore her world at theresecator.com

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