Alexandra Roxo:F*ck Like a Goddess

July 28, 2020
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Alexandra Roxo:F*ck Like a Goddess

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Alexandra Roxo is a writer, artist, and cofounder of the online community and ritual program Radical Awakenings. Her writing on the intersection of spirituality, sexuality, and healing has been featured in Girlboss, Teen Vogue, mindbodygreen, and more. In this podcast, Tami Simon speaks with Alexandra about her new book, F*ck Like a Goddess, discussing the path of the artist and the call to a life of expression; making love to divinity and to all that is; emotional alchemy and inner transformation; and much more.

Alexandra Roxo is a writer, artist, and cofounder of the online community and ritual program Radical Awakenings. Her writing on the intersection of spirituality, sexuality, and healing has been featured in Girlboss, Teen Vogue, mindbodygreen, and more. Her artistic works that explore healing the modern female narrative have been viewed by millions and are available via Vice, Amazon, and Ora TV. She has been featured in the New York Times, Playboy, the Guardian, and Nylon magazine for her raw and sensual approach to healing and wellness. She has also been named a modern spiritual leader by Well+Good. She currently lives in Los Angeles. For more, visit alexandraroxo.com.

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Alexandra Roxo:F*ck Like a Goddess

Alexandra Roxo is a writer, artist, and cofounder of the online community and ritual program Radical Awakenings. Her writing on the intersection of spirituality, sexuality, and healing has been featured in Girlboss, Teen Vogue, mindbodygreen, and more. In this podcast, Tami Simon speaks with Alexandra about her new book, F*ck Like a Goddess, discussing the path of the artist and the call to a life of expression; making love to divinity and to all that is; emotional alchemy and inner transformation; and much more.

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