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Honey_Daniels7
Sep 4 '18
Rating:   10
#KALI

I am a respecter of the Goddess! The irony of today is I randomly chose my Goddess for the Month with my card deck and KALI showed up. I am a long standing fan of Dr. Northrup, Marianne Williamson and Carolyn Myss. To think the 1st podcast I listened to Dr. NorthrupAcknowledged your Journey as Kali inviting you to come with her. I was floored when she mentioned Kali. But- as a fellow Empath and truster of the divine, I know it was not an accident!💫Your podcast is brave, necessary, timely, and in tune with the Re-awakening of the Goddess on this planet. Sending you light and positive vibes on your journey! I will support the movement by standing in the gap as one of your audience members and a Sister in the Movement.👑

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FuegoGato
Jan 12 '18
Rating:   10
wonderful

Sara is real and raw and is talking about things that really matter in the world today. I am loving this podcast, thank you Sara!

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From a fellow yoga teacher
Aug 18 '16
Rating:   10
Deep and meaningful teaching, in an easy and accessible format

Sara is a special teacher, we are so lucky to have access to her offerings in this way. She is one of the most deeply authentic and wise teachers I have ever studied with and I eagerly gobble up every new episode of this wonderful podcast! ❤️

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Mandalikescats
Jul 17 '16
Rating:   8
Good and getting better

I learned about Sara Avant Stover about a year ago and was looking to drink up and learn everything about The Way of the Happy Woman. The most recent series (in summer, called Poolside Sutras) is a much better quality and much easier to listen too. The content of the entire series of the podcast is wonderful, helpful, nourishing and I can't get enough. I hope she'll do more and inspire other women who talk about feminine spirituality to post more talks because she is right, we need them! But the quality of the first two series was distractingly bad for me. I have a hard time hearing so I need clear and consistant sound. I only mention that so you are aware - especially if you start at the beginning. That's the only negative for me. Thank you Sara and The Way of the Happy Woman for these wonderful podcasts!

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emilystallman
Jul 12 '16
Rating:   10
Beautiful, down-to-earth inspiration

Loving the poolside sutras, such a great way to remind each other of the ways we can reconnect to our inner wisdom through small steps and gentleness. If you're looking for inspiration check out the episode about cultivating a daily practice! Thank you Sara for telling it how it is & holding this space <3

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What I've been searching for
Jan 29 '16
Rating:   10
The Dharma talks I've been searching for.

I really enjoy Dharma talks, but haven't found what I was looking for until Sara's podcast. She brings a needed feminine perspective, balancing typically Yang dominating spiritual views/perspective with Her wise Yin. It's loving, strong, and deeply nourishing.

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shhleysmith
Jan 27 '16
Rating:   10
Each show is a spoonful of nourishment

I experience so much beauty in this podcast - specifically in the weaving together of ideas, embodiment practices, and gentle yet active invitations to connect to self / Self / She / center.Thank you Sara and The Way of the Happy Woman Team for bringing this into being! With gratitudeAshley Aspentree

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Honeybee-love
Jan 26 '16
Rating:   10
Wonderful Wise Soulful Nourishing Advice

Sara Avant Stover is a powerhouse of strong love and deep nourishment. Her podcasts touch on timely topics that modern women can benefit and evolve from. Deeply grounding and nurturing to our very core.

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acathynguyen
Jan 25 '16
Rating:   10
Nourishment for Weary Souls

I stumbled upon Sara's SHE Talks in the fall, and it's been one of the most incredible gifts. The interviews, topics, teachings go deep, and these talks have exposed me to much that I hadn't yet encountered in my spiritual journey & healing journey thus far. A feminine way of being, living, doing...in all aspects of life? Without realizing it, this is the precise thing I'd been deprived of (and longed for) for so long. I can hardly express the gratitude I feel for Sara & her work - it's been the sweetest guide, and it's already led me on a trajectory that I didn't know was possible before.

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KCJ139
Jan 11 '16
Rating:   10
Wise, Beautiful, and Deeply Feminine

This is one of the few podcasts I listen to regularly, and the ONLY one whose new episodes I wait for so excitedly. Sara Avant Stover’s deeply feminine approach is unique in the world of spiritual teachers. Her podcast and books (both of which I highly recommend, too) beautifully show how the everyday world of work, parenting, and relationships is not separate from “spiritual life”—our everyday life IS where spiritual work happens, sometimes gracefully, sometimes messily. Sara’s work is both inspiring and practical. By providing advice about meditation, journaling, yoga, and much more, she shows exactly what we can do to deepen our spiritual practice in the midst of our busy days. Her approach is Buddhist-based, but so inclusive that it can really be appreciated by anyone, no matter her religious tradition. Sara shares generously of her own spiritual growth, challenges, pains, and joys; she definitely doesn’t present herself as a teacher on a pedestal, but as a sister, guide, and friend. Her work is life-changing. Plus her speaking voice is lovely—a pleasure to listen to!

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