At night, Morgan is already excited for the morning. She wakes up when it's still dark out, fills the French Press, and sits with herself in meditation, which, in her eyes, means a chance to remember -- who she is without the fluff, fear or hardwired beliefs.
Morgan will take almost any completely inappropriate opportunity to crack a dirty joke if it means surprising someone into remembering their joy.
She might have a textiles addiction; rugs, throw pillows and blankets abound in her Southern California home, where there is almost always incense burning. Morgan thinks people are most beautiful when they feel safe, so she aims to be a person people feel safe around.
Morgan takes great pride in her ability to build a killer camp fire and she will happily sit alone with one, drinking white wine in a plastic cup, for hours. She once made 1400 people sing "row your boat" in rounds. (She can be very persuasive.)
IN THIS EPISODE WE EXPLORE:
- Morgan's experience and journey with spirituality, loss and loneliness.
- Discomfort, discord and integration as a process,
- Permission to be yourself and finding kindred spirits.
- Grounding and finding ways to just be with yourself as you are.
- The idea of being filled WITH yourself.
- What happens the very minute you start to watch your energy.
- Why you can't fuck up a process.
- What it means to be 'in the life', why you can't ever go back to your old ways of being and more!
EXPLORE OFF AIR AND IN YOUR DAY TO DAY LIFE
Inspired by the episode 'Journey prompts' are questions you can explore in any way you want. Journal your answer, talk to a friend, use them to guide meditations or create your own adventure. There's no right or wrong way. Only how you feel called to explore it.