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21 PLEASURE PRINCIPLES | Day 4 | Alice Coltrane

Show Notes

Pleasure Muse: Alice Coltrane 


Tantalizing Trivia  

  • At 29 she became a widow with four children after her husband, famed jazz musician, John Coltran, passed away. 
  • She founded an Ashram in the mountains of California and was an active healer, practicing energy work and laying of the hands. 
  • She entered a two year mourning period after his death where she withdrew from friends, family and food. She referred to it as a necessary spiritual journey. 
  • She professed to have divine revelations. 


Mirror Work

Sit or stand with your eyes closed. See yourself from within. See your image as God would see it, and honor what you see, by silently telling yourself, “I see the God in me.” 



I am fearfully and wonderfully made. 


Bend Don’t Break: A Playlist 


Self-Care Shopping List 

A sound bowl or chimes to add to your home collection of healing tools. 


Women have been held back and limited throughout the centuries. Creation could not have been rendered, not even considered, let alone be brought into manifestation without woman. She is principal, a powerful energy. She is first. – Alice Coltrane 

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