September is my month of talking about Bodily Healing. This is part of my Year of Healing, in which I tackle different topics of healing each month. During September, I will touch on physical and sexual healing, accepting ourselves no matter who we are.
This podcast is an interview with Morgan Day Cecil, a feminine wholeness coach who helps both single and married women think through the sexual wounds they’ve encountered over life and how to embrace themselves, their sexuality, and live more fully embodied lives within the context of their unique feminine sexuality in committed relationships.
In this podcast, Morgan shares a bit of her own personal journey of overcoming traumatic sexual wounds, her healing relationship with her husband Ron, and how she helps empower women to heal from past sexual wounds and abuse and find more courage in their own marriages and committed relationships. She also talks about her and her husband’s search for relational healing, as well as launching their coaching business for couples and singles. Morgan and Ron are a special, committed couple who are encouraging others to have lives of true, deep romance and adventure–whether they are single or married.
Morgan has been an influential woman in my life as I’ve unpacked my own self hatred and shame when it came to my female sexuality, as well as learning to heal in many ways and embrace my own feminine wholeness. I’m really excited to share this podcast with you, and I hope that you can use it to think through your own sexual past and learn to embrace more wholeness in your own lives.
Women have unique struggles in this area, and if you struggle with shame and self hatred when it comes to your female sexuality, you are not alone. So many woman do. And the good news is: it can be overcome! You can find wholeness and healing as a woman.
You can check out Morgan’s work at www.morgandaycecil.com.