SOW #23 Understanding the Intuitive Voice with Special Guest Ashley Torrent

This conversation with Ashley Torrent resonated deep in my soul. Knowing what the intuitive voice sounds, feels, and looks like is such an important piece of being open to actually listen and be open to receive it’s messages. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did!

Who is Ashley Torrent?

Ashley Torrent is a psycho-spiritual therapist, intuitive medium, and spiritual teacher. She is the co-host of The Blue Butterfly Effect Podcast which aims to ground spirituality and explore personal transformation and The Practice of Love Podcast created by her and her partner of over 21 years based on the concepts of The Practice of Love book and experiences in their relationship. Ashley believes that as spiritual beings we are all mediums, channels and energy healers but we have forgotten our true nature and how to use these innate gifts. She also believes based on her personal experience as a complex trauma survivor and practitioner that true healing occurs when we weave together psychological understanding and spiritual practice.

Understanding the Intuitive Voice

Watch the extended version on YouTube: If you don’t have the time to dive that deep, listen to the shorter version on your favorite podcast platform (see menu on home page for podcast links). You can also watch the shorter version on Facebook or Spotify. Enjoy the episode!

Follow Ashley



THE BLUE BUTTERFLY EFFECT PODCAST (available on multiple platforms)

Apple Podcasts


THE PRACTICE OF LOVE PODCAST (available on multiple platforms)

Apple Podcasts


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I hope you enjoyed this seed and come back next week!

With Love and Gratitude,

Rachael Wolff, author of Letters from a Better Me & host of the From A Loving Place with Author Rachael Wolff Podcast

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