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What a powerful pleasure to discover this Podcast, and to “meet” Stephanie and Irene, and Carolyn Parrs. Trusting the process of a seemingly chance attraction to Carolyn’s work. Finding my tribe. And the soul of my brand! Maybe Wild Women Wayfinders? A Jungian psychologist for 35 years (the inner game) I was determined to redefine the psychology of the self from a woman’s point of view rather than seeing her as secondary, derivative, inferior to all those exalted masculine characteristics. Since closing my private practice 2011, more and more drawn to the outer game, feminine power and women’s leadership. Isn’t this an incredible time? I am especially passionate about the role of “Primetime” women (50+); also reclaiming the Wild Feminine – our native genius, gifts, power long exiled. I was also drawn to the title of your podcast, as early loss of two siblings definitely cracked my heart wide open…and led me, slowly, wobbling, to my life path. Thank you for the important work you do. And finding more amazing women transforming the heart of the world.