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What is sacred information? Where does it come from? This podcast is a prequil of what is to come in the future of Sacred Information. Here is where we explain who we are and the journey we are about to embark on.
Join Linda and I as we discuss on Valentine's Day, Sacred Ceremonies and Rituals For Love!
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Linda Ursin is the Multi-Creative, Heathen Witch gone Magical Life Coach. She offers eclectic and creative women who are stuck in doing everything for everyone else and nothing for themselves a way out of the overwhelm that comes from over-giving.
Right now, she has a special offer for first time clients. You can find her at her lindaursin.net, and on social media like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Tia Johnson is a Gateway Dreaming™ Coach, an ANGEL THERAPY PRACTITIONER®, a certified Reiki Practitioner, and a Certified Crystal Healer. Tia is the author of To Be Goddess Every Woman Is A Goddess; Discover Your Domain In Which You Reign Supreme. Email her at Tia.Johnson@violetsanctuaryspa.com
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“The womb is the gateway of all human life. When the womb is honored and respected, she becomes a channel of power, creativity, and beauty—and joy reigns on earth. When her voice goes unheard, unanswered, denied, the womb becomes a vessel of disease.”
Excerpt From: Afua, Queen. “Sacred Woman.” Ballantine Books, 2009-06-10. iBooks.
Welcome Church! We are here every Sunday to read the Bible, tell personal stories and pray together because when two or more are gathered.....In a non-judgemental down to earth format. God bless you every one! Today we are reading Acts I. Acts of the Apostles, the second part of the work that begins with the Gospel According to Luke, is the story of the early church after Jesus’s martyrdom. Like Luke, Acts is addressed to the unknown reader Theophilus, and in the introduction to Acts, it is made clear that it is a continuation of Luke: “In the first book, Theophilus, I wrote about all that Jesus did and taught from the beginning until the day he was taken up to heaven” (1:1–2). Second-century Christian tradition identifies the author of Luke and Acts as Luke, a traveling companion of the missionary Paul of Tarsus. Modern scholars agree that Acts and Luke should be credited to the same author, but have been more reluctant to identify him: the author most likely wrote between the years 80 and 90, and may indeed have been Paul’s companion. Please join us!
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