Ever wonder what makes a mystic? The spiritual + life journey they take to get to where they are?
In this episode of Black Girl Mystic, L’Erin shares her life journey from being born + raised in Seattle, Washington as the descendant of enslaved Africans in America and the first person from both side of her family lines to be born in the north.
She shares the spiritual + social influences of her childhood + upbringing, how growing up in the Black church shaped her spiritual journey and how her relationship with God deepened and expanded after she moved to Atlanta for college.
Learn how L’Erin left college after debilitating depression to follow her heart for the first time, which led her to travel solo across Thailand, Nepal, India and France — and so much more!