Sarah Durham Wilson is the mother of the archetypal Maiden to Mother Movement. She midwives women from the wounded patriarchalized feminine across the bridge to the archetypal mother, or mature feminine. Before her service to the Goddess, she was a rock journalist in New York City, beginning with an internship at Rolling Stone and culminating as an editor at Interview magazine. Her soul work began with a witch awakening in 2011, which evolved into priestess work in 2015, and then into building the bridge from the immature to mature feminine — which involves exorcising poisonous patriarchal patterning and resurrecting the ancient healing ways of feminine wisdom. She’s an Avalonian Wisdom Keeper, solo mother to a little girl, and currently working on a Maiden to Mother book for Sounds True. She lives on Martha’s Vineyard.

In this conversation, Tami and Sarah jam on:
*What’s possible when we go within for guidance instead of outsourcing our wisdom.
*Not waiting until you’re “ready” to go after what you want.
*Stepping into our own mother energy to meet our needs that weren’t met in childhood.
*How healing it can be to let people see you – even the gory parts!
*Recognizing the different parts of us that react to situations and how to care for them.
*Showing up as an authentic, messy human; we’re all still learning.
*The myth that we should have things figured out by a certain stage of life.
*Not apologizing for your greatness.

Resources mentioned in this episode:
The book “All About Love” by bell hooks

To connect with Sarah:
Follow her on Instagram @themotherspirit or visit her website

To connect with Tami:
Follow her on Instagram @tamisasson_, visit her website, or email

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