Vivd Conversations – Ronna Detrick

Vivid Conversations is a weekly podcast for women at midlife hosted by Bronwyn Simons and Annagrace Kaye of Vivid: The New Menopause. This week, Bronwyn talks to Sacred Conversationalist Ronna Detrick. We talk about the miraculous, ordinary lives of women, midlife resurrections, and what it means to leave a legacy. Listen in here on the blog, or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.

 

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About me, Ronna Detrick, M.Div.

You might think that because I have a Master of Divinity degree, work with clients as a “spiritual director,” and am the former wife of a pastor that I have answers about god, an unshakeable faith, and am a devout church-attendee. You’d be mistaken.

I talk about faith because I doubt. I talk about the sacred and the divine because I hope. And I create safe and beautiful spaces for these kind of conversations (and then some) because I believe that women are hungry for ways to craft and experience a life that is whole, holy even; “spiritual” in a way that oozes authenticity, integrity, strength, and passion.

I am privileged to have rich, winsome, strong conversations about life, about relationships, about work, about you – and about the ways in which every single one of these things is sacred. Listening to your stories and offering you new ones; looking for (and even expecting) signs and symbols to show up, to guide, to encourage; wondering together about a way of believing, hoping, and seeing/experiencing your life in deeply spiritual-and-sacred, whole-and-holy ways.

Learn more about Ronna and her work on her website.

About Bronwyn

I’m a visual artist, writer, mother, community builder, priestess, dancer, visionary, and master of reinvention. The unifying thread in a life of constant creative change has been my work with women. Vivid Menopause, created with Annagrace Kaye, is a labor of love and the culmination of decades of intimate circle work with women. It has been my privilege to spend my life so far mentoring women as we reclaim the power of our own stories, our own bodies, our own beauty.

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