May 27, 2019
This is my first interview episode. I love talking to people about the Transition in Consciousness and how to use the ideas in practical, on the ground ways. My guest is Bridget Hinman - the Fairy Liaison at Unicorn Square on Maui. We actually recorded this almost a year ago; the messages are as timely as ever.
Hello, my name is Roxanne Darling, and this is In the transition podcast. Today is episode eight and I'm having a conversation with Bridget Henman from Unicorn Square. If this is your first time listening, please visit my website inthetransition.com, to learn more. You can also tweet or Instagram me @roxannedarling. In today's episode, you have the immense pleasure of meeting my friend Bridget, who is the fairy liaison at Unicorn Square on Maui. How's that for a job title? The mission of her company is to cultivate self acceptance, gratitude and being in nature.
She shares some very unusual, and for me, mind blowing tips about dealing with children who are acting up and we talk a lot about the adult, the kid and the soul you link to my ebook on the three us in the show notes. We take some of the fantasy gloss the kids have about what it means to be divine and explore practical ways that we as adults can tap into more consciousness and personal power. So let's have a listen and enjoy the birds singing in the background.
The full transcript is on my website: https://inthetransition.com/2019/05/episode-8-you-are-amazing/
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That's all for today's episode. I appreciate you for listening and hanging out with me here in the transition. And remember, none of this matters. Your most courageous act may be unconditional self acceptance.
Transcribed by https://otter.ai
Please note: I like to include about a minute of music at the end of each episode to allow listeners to stay "in the zone" of the podcast, giving you additional time to rest and integrate.
Thank you for being You.