I'd love to share with you the amazing conversation I had with my friend Cherie Burton for her podcast, Women Seeking Wholeness. We covered so much ground on all things spiritual and especially focused on our shared love for Mary Magdalene. We discovered that each of us received the same message from Mary Magdalene saying, 'Speak as I was not allowed to speak.' We explored how Christianity fatally left mysticism out of the picture and how as Christians we were raised to think that mysticism is not for us ordinary people - when in fact it is! We discussed this, and a whole lot more.
The main thing I encourage people to know is that spiritual awakening is a completely natural life event for a maturing adult. It is absolutely meant to happen, but our Western culture has so completely lost touch with its spiritual essence that we no longer know how to read the signs of an imminent spiritual awakening.
When my spiritual awakening began to happen I had no idea what was happening! I had no frame of reference or context for interpreting the unusual experiences I was having. It took quite some time for me to realise that what was happening was my spiritual awakening. I know there are countless women out there who are having similar experiences and equally don’t know what is going on.
For a number of years I did not understand that I was in the process of a spiritual awakening. I had entered the spiritual phase of my growth and maturity without even knowing such a thing could happen to an ordinary somebody not even consciously on a spiritual quest. In 2015 I began to have spiritual experiences of communing with Christ and Mary Magdalene in meditation. I also received exquisite visions of the Light yet I had no understanding how this could be happening to me, completely spontaneously and out of the blue. My awakening was happening despite my ignorance of it.
This and more is what I explore with my friend Cherie Burton in our conversation on her podcast Women Seeking Wholeness. I hope you will enjoy listening. Women Seeking Wholeness interview with Aedamar Kirrane