How can the way the divine feminine shows up in Celtic mythology inform our lives today? What are the aspects of the goddess that were cast aside that are in deep need of reclamation today and how do we do that? In this episode, SLSP host Tatiana Berindei and renowned author Ayn Cates Sullivan explore the forgotten sacred realms of the goddess and some simple and life-affirming ways to call them back. Tune in to this episode for fantastic stories that bring to life the importance of reclaiming what was abandoned and how to do just that.
Hello everyone and welcome to the Sex, Love and SuperPowers podcast show. We’ve got a very special edition for you today because I have with me Dr. Ayn Cates Sullivan and she is not only a fabulous person that I’m going to tell you all about, but she is also a new up and coming host. So, she’s going to have her own show with the SuperPower Up! podcast. I’m absolutely thrilled to have her on as she prepares her own show for you all that will be airing in a little while. We don’t know the exact timing, but yay for a new show. Let me tell you, get excited, because let me tell you about her and why her show is going to be awesome and she is awesome. So, Ayn Cates Sullivan is an award winning best selling author, focusing on mythology and folklore for the modern age.
Dr. Sullivan has co-owned and ran the Healing Center of Santa Monica in the mid-1990s and continues to offer private consultations and runs workshops for people interested in the Heroine’s Journey. She obtained her BA with honors at Hollins University and her Master’s and Doctorate degrees in literature from Columbia University and King’s College in London. She is also the owner and president of Infinite Light Publishing. Her books include Consider This, Tracking the Deer, The Windhorse, and Three Days in the Light as well as an award-winning children’s series including Sparkle and the Gift, Sparkle & the Light, Ella’s Magic, and The Rainbow Dragon’s Emerald.