What does the sea have to teach us – about magic and miracles, about the Sacred Feminine, women’s bodies and our lived experiences? On the latest episode, I explore these questions, plus much more, with Lucy H. Pearce, author of She of the Sea, a lyrical exploration of the call of the sea and the depth of our connection to it. Lucy is a best-selling author, vibrant artist, a respected publisher and editor, and the founder of Womancraft Publishing. Her work encourages authentic paths to self-expression and is celebrated particularly by highly sensitive and neurodivergent women. She of the Sea is her tenth non-fiction book. Other award-winning books include: Burning Woman; Creatrix – She Who Makes; and Medicine Woman: Reclaiming the Soul of Healing. On today’s episode, we discuss the inspiration behind her latest book, how her understanding of the Sacred Feminine has changed over time, the challenges of publicly celebrating magical and non-linear ways of being, and the importance of creating sanctuary spaces, both internally and externally, within which to nurture ourselves.