Septembre Lewis with Lady Shepsa
Founder | Let Go Let Goddess | Brooklyn, New York
We live in a society where we as women put self care last on the to-do list when it should be first. Lady Shepsa Jones
Good evening and welcome to the Golden Mind Show. I can feel the warm breeze as it is vastly approaching! I love the changing weather. I go back in forth on whether, I prefer warm weather all year round or changing seasons, mostly because I have no love for the bitter cold, but I appreciate and respect the constantly changing weather, and I think it’s kinda cool that it’s not the same thing all the time, but as I mentioned, when you gotta live outside the comfort of your home, and its 20 below zero, it’s a little rough around the edges, so this is when I would prefer warm weather all year round.
This week I have a beautiful soul on the show, Lady Shepsa. I had so much fun chatting with her. She really reminded me that in all my taking care of things and business and other people that I mustn’t forget, as I all too often do, to tend to myself. Ladies, I’m releasing this interview early, in honor of International Women’s Day, and in hopes that you will hear something tonight that will encourage you to make more of an effort to take care of you. In order to be the best you that you can be to others, you must first start with feeling your own cup. Anyways, I absolutely had a blast chatting with Lady Shepsa, more than a joy.
Lady Shepsa Jones is a writer, teacher, life-coach, mother and “juju woman”—one who taps into her magical powers for healing and manifestation. A shy girl, she started writing at a very young age to express her emotions. Recognized for her talents early on, she won many awards including Presidential Scholar in the Arts, National Foundation for Advancements in the Arts Award and was a first place winner in the Philadelphia Young Playwrights Contest. As she grew older, her love of the arts expanded into performance and acting. She holds a B.F.A. with honors in Drama from New York University where she also double majored in Africana Studies...
As an adult she has spent over ten years studying the spiritual sciences of the African Diaspora, as well as Taoist and Tantric traditions. Through the study of sacred sexuality, Shepsa has reconnected to the goddess within her and aims to assist other women in experiencing the healing and freedom of their sensual selves. In 2012 she published poetry a book called The Goddess Pages: Honey, Full Moons and Daggers. She is also a certified yoga teacher and i2Tantra practitioner with JujuMama LLC and currently completing a yoga teacher and healer certification. She was recently published in Corset’s Magazine’s Sacred Sex issue. Shepsa has also led workshops at Oceans and Rivers annual Relax, Relate, Release event, and was a featured presenter at Imani Dawson’s “Kinks Come Out At Night” event. Always evolving, Shepsa is now leading women in healing circles, sacred sexuality workshops, group coaching programs and retreats.
Lady Shepsa and I share kindred spirits, so it was an absolute delight to share space with her. Stay tuned, I’m sure her interview will remind us ladies how important our overall maintenance is to our life and life outcomes. Take a listen...
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Septembre (Bre) Lewis is a nurse entrepreneur turned life and wellness empowerment coach. TGMS was created to uplift, inspire, and encourage people to transform their minds, and in turn transform their lives through special guest interviews of the worldwide community.