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This edition of The Now Age podcast features a conversation about sex and self-worth, and is a sample of a new, magazine format show, that will be available to Numinous subscribers going forward.

Ruby gives an overview of Scorpio themes of energetic investments, vulnerability, and intimacy, sharing how she became disconnected from her own sense of soul-worth as a result of a sexually and emotionally abusive relationship—as so many of us experience. She is then joined by intuition coach Betsy LeFae and astrologer Bess Matassa, who open up the conversation to discuss how we can connect with the message of Scorpio-Taurus axis to reclaim our bodies and our wholeness.

Details for how to sign up for the new monthly subscribers' edition of The Now Age podcast coming soon.

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