Morgan Day Cecil is a fellow sex/love/relationship coaching peer whom I met at a retreat in Mexico in May 2017.

 

Getting to know Morgan was like grace embodying itself. The power of her story and the way she tells it is one of the most captivating I’ve ever heard.

 

In this episode, Morgan shares her deeply vulnerable story of sexual abuse, eating disorder, the shame that came along with both, and her amazing story of redemption and healing back into herself and her body. Morgan shares how becoming a mother was an initiation back into the sacredness of her body and belonging to herself.

 

We discuss how your body and sexuality is for you, and how you don’t need approval from a man or anyone else to deem yourself worthy of delighting in you. We also talk about how yoga, mediation, breathwork, and tantra brought her back to sexual wholeness.

 

More about Morgan:

 

Morgan Day Cecil’s mission is to embody love, live in wholeness and help other women live in freedom, not shame. Through her courses, one on one work, and Sophia Experience Retreats, Morgan gently empowers women to come home to their hidden wholeness and sacred feminine and enjoy their body of bliss. She lives in Portland, OR with her two kids and husband.

 

You can find her at www.morgandaycecil.com and on Instagram @morgandaycecil

 

As a way to say, “Thanks for listening and helping me spread the message that women can embrace the fullness of their sexuality and be amazing mama’s too,” head over to iTunes and leave me a review and a 5 star rating for your chance to win a free jade egg February 5, 2018!