This week, Jasmin talks to Angela Lovell about what it means to identify as a witch, how being a witch relates to animals and the connection between psychic energy and consuming animal products. She tells us about Indigo Children and empaths, and the challenging of communicating to people who aren’t empaths. If you want to hear about how working with animals shaped her psychic career and how you can discover your spirit and power animals, listen to this fascinating interview.
Angela Lovell is a 4th generation psychic, Indigo Child, empath, witchy bitch, and paranormal magnet with an entourage of mystical creatures. She co-hosts Where The Magick Happens, a podcast about witchcraft, the paranormal, spirit guides, astrology, and everything else you need to live your most magickal life. You can find her on Twitter @AngelaLovell and in Los Angeles with her many foster-fail familiars and faeries.
In the intro to this episode Mariann and Jasmin discuss the value of Democratic presidential nominee Julian Castro’s Protecting Animals and Wildlife (PAW) plan, Jasmin’s new subway rat tattoo, and a correction from last week’s show about Poke Bowls. Later in the episode, Mariann brings us more Rising Anxieties.
As always, the award-winning weekly Our Hen House podcast is hosted by Mariann Sullivan and Jasmin Singer.
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