Katie talks about growing up in a strict, religious home with a mother who could be abusive, and how her early experiences led her on a search of a feminine god and onto the path of yoga. She also emphasises the importance of learning from and connecting with nature and takes us on a fascinating exploration of Mother Ayahuasca as an embodiment of the sacred feminine and a container for deep healing, expansion of consciousness and intelligence beyond the earthly planes.
Katie also shares about food sovereignty, another topic that she's passionate about, and stresses the increasing importance of growing our own food, buying local and doing what we can to challenge the large scale food industry that in its search for profits does not care about our or our planet's health. The Indian activist who took on Monsanto that Katie mentions is Vandana Shiva.
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