Episode 51: Mastering the Sacred in Life and Friendship with Sarah Jenks

June 21, 2024
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In this conversation, Nitika Chopra and Sarah Jenks discuss their deep friendship and the journey they have taken together. They reflect on their different paths in life and how their core values have kept them connected. They also explore the concept of sacredness and the importance of surrendering to the journey. They discuss the roles that society imposes on women and the need to break free from those expectations. They share personal experiences of shedding societal roles and embracing their true selves. The conversation ends with a discussion on what thriving means to them.

Sarah thought she’d be destined to have an “in the box” life after going to a top college, working in advertising, and then creating a successful emotional eating company.

Sarah has a way of making spiritual work incredibly approachable and reaches over 100,000 people all over the world. She works with doctors, lawyers, CEOs, stay-at-home moms, teachers, life coaches, and healers. You can join Sarah in Ceremony to experience this work for yourself in her Holy Woman membership, by attending Emerge Retreat, her annual 3-day Sacred Feminine Embodiment Experience on Fall Equinox, or by applying to join The Council, her intimate, Ceremonial mastermind that runs twice a year.

The Topics We Explore In This Episode

  • Deep connections and friendships can be formed between people who may seem different on the surface.
  • The concept of sacredness involves accessing the unseen and unknown aspects of life.
  • Loving oneself and finding meaning in life's journey are key to experiencing the sacred.
  • There may be times when one feels disconnected from the sacred, but steps can be taken to reconnect. Surrendering and letting go of attachments can lead to unexpected and transformative experiences.
  • Ceremony and connecting with the sacred feminine can bring clarity, wholeness, and a deeper understanding of oneself.
  • Societal expectations and the patriarchy have shaped women's roles, but it's important to question and redefine these roles to embrace our uniqueness.
  • Thriving means constantly asking ourselves who we are and giving ourselves permission to be different every day.


  • 00:00 - Introduction and Updates
  • 03:57 - The Magic of Deep Friendships
  • 04:17 - Sarah Jenks' Journey to Becoming an Ordained Priestess
  • 05:32 - The Power of Community and Connection
  • 13:19 - Breaking Free from Societal Roles

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