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We're discussing Harry Potter as a sacred text this week on The How to Be Awesome Podcast. How can fiction and modern myths help us connect to our values? How can Harry Potter raise your vibration and just make you feel generally awesome? Let's get into it.
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This week Louise is dining at a very fancy restaurant (don't worry, she had a voucher), and Renee managed to get a teenager to eat vegetables.
We're super excited for this week's topic - Harry Potter! We talk about our love for all things Hogwarts, and Renee shares with us why she views the Harry Potter series as sacred texts.
We finish off the episode talking about what we're releasing and what's making us feel awesome. Louise is releasing societal pressure, and Renee is releasing watching too much tv. Renee is feeling awesome about the content she's been creating, and Louise gives a shout out to her favourite podcast co-host/life guru.
Links from Harry Potter as a Sacred Text
- The Ivy
- Spinach & Cheese Baked Eggs
- Gnocchi Chili
- Harry Potter Series
- ICOA book club (Patreon level 4)
- Harry Potter Audio Books
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