S1 Ep3: Religious and Sexual Witch Wounds

Join April, Harmony and Maggie as they delve deeper into the witch wound and talk about religious witch wounds and sexual witch wounds. Divine feminine birthright means you were meant to have a true expression of your life force energy, your sexual energy. These witch wounds need to be talked about and expressed in a healthy healing environment.



Join April, Harmony and Maggie as they delve deeper into the witch wound and talk about religious witch wounds and sexual witch wounds. Divine feminine birthright means you were meant to have a true expression of your life force energy, your sexual energy. These witch wounds need to be talked about and expressed in a healthy healing environment.



Religious Witch Wounds:

Where does the need to be good come from? Harmony shares how parts of the Bible were removed and manipulated. People go to church for many reasons including needing healing. April shares her story of being asked to leave the Seventh Day Adventist church because she was challenging the church elders in order to understand the Bible deeper. Harmony shares her story of being in a court of 12 men, religious leaders of the Mormon Church, and having to share her story of sexual abuse without feeling safe.



Sexual Witch Wounds:

Maggie shares how American sexual energy has been repressed and how that creates a wound that detaches you and pushes you away from your life force energy. How does one return to their sexual energy and their divine energy to feel empowered and embodied. Sexual witch wounds can be cultural, societal and/or religious conditioning. Looking at what needs to be healed will lead you into and through your witch wounds. April shares your story of sexual abuse at the age of five with a nurse. She interpreted this experience as something was wrong with her and she was shamed through this abuse as it was integrated with her psyche at a young age. Harmony shares that in a group of women you will find more that have been sexually abused than not. This is what brought Harmony into wanting to be a Womb Priestess when she found out her daughters had been sexually abused. They talk about how important it is to talk about these experiences.