Goddess News: Mary Magdalene

Dr Joanna Kujawa interviews Veronique Flayol about Mary Magdalene\’s time in France. In this interview with Veronique Flayol we are looking at more traditional and devotional interpretations of Mary Magdalene as she is understood in the Provencal tradition. Veronique is an accredited tour guide.

I\’ve wanted to travel to France to explore the culture, the food, the country and Mary Magdalene\’s time there. That dream is on hold for now.  Right now, I can travel and explore from home by watching Dr. Joanna Kujawa interview with Accredited Tour Guide licensed by the French Government Veronique Flayol about the Provencal tradition of Mary Magdalene\’s life in France after the crucification of Jesus. A subject I am very interested in since reading Mary Magdalene Revealed: The First Apostle, Her Feminist Gospel & the Christianity We Haven\’t Tried Yet  by Meggan Watterson.

Studying the mystery and life of Mary Magdalene, Women\’s Spirituality, and Goddesses has been a love of mine and part of my spiritual life since I was in my early twenties. This video shares information about the some of the different traditions and pilgrimages people follow when they visit France. 

If you are interested in learning more about Goddesses, The Divine Feminine, Mary Magdalene, Our Infinite potential within us, you may want to check Dr. Joanna Kujawa\’s website and blog at www.joannakujawa.com . She is one of many women and researchers I follow who delve into Women\’s Spirituality. 

For me, it\’s a continuing search and mystery to follow. I don\’t find all the answers from one person, one tradition, one book, or one website. That is what makes it so fascinating and exciting. It\’s always about the journey and expanding, not the answer.

Published by As the Road Wanders

I am a writer and a blogger from Northern California

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