I am very excited to see Brigit is making more podcasts and adding more credibility to the often eye-rolled, not taken seriously more intuitive/psychic side of the road. She establishes herself and showcases others who are respectable and motivate you as the listener to think outside the box and know the only limit is in your head, truly. Tarot readers or others who use more intuitive practices are not jokes and this is a step farther from the old paradigm where there is little to no respect—or worse, fear. I loved her other podcast series. One small piece of constructive criticism I have and of course it’s not like “it’s gotta change!” but it’s just my two cents. I wish she didn’t aim this specifically towards women (I am a woman myself). It just doesn’t sit right with me to empower, but really specifically only women, as to me it’s victim affirming and also further creates a rift that this sort of thing is for women. “Men, stay out.” I wish men would give this more of a chance as I’ve noticed often they can be the biggest critics but they’re also pretty excluded in a community that’s very “divine feminine rising” focused. It’s hard to look around and explore/take it seriously when there seems to be a “women only” vibe if you’re a man. Coming out and saying women directed to me has an “anti-man” undertone to it though I’m sure that wasn’t the intent at all. I’m familiar enough with her from her work and podcasts over the years to say that. That was just my take on it! I still love it and what it stands for. I know Brigit knows who her ideal target audience is and is trying to give them a nod. If we’re going for perception change, let’s make it all the way. My dad is often the only man in my psychic groups I join (I’m lucky enough he’s into it (ha, intuit) too!) and I kinda feel bad for him. They don’t feel like “his people.” Just my two cents and certainly not meant to be an attack. :) I’m looking forward to all the future podcasts, thanks for all the work you are doing and I hope this review isn’t taken in a way not intended.
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