TNP86 Channelling Change with Jenn Richardson

39 minutes

"Not everyone can be saved, but everyone is worth loving." Jenn Richardson

Jenn was a Mentoring client, who came to a couple of my retreats, and then Quest and is now a dear, dear friend and soul sister. More importantly, she is now coming out as a professional intuitive - hooray!

Jenn is a queer feminist poet and yoga instructor and banshee-at-large, a fascinating person to know and observe as she moves through the world and comments on it.

Today we're talking about growing up with an alcoholic and homeless father and how his death has impacted her life. She shares what I think many of us have experienced around the mystery of death and how covered-up it can be in western culture. And she talks about grieving as a physical process. It's an intense, close-up, very real conversation.

Learn about Jenn and her intuitive readings on her website, jennthepoet.com

Check out her art and poetry on Instagram.

Listen to her in conversation about Quest with her fellow participants.

Jenn references Clarissa Pinkola Estes' book, Women Who Run With The Wolves, and  we talk about the keeners and the banshees.

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