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Mary Lennox is a spoiled, middle-class, self-centred child who has been recently orphaned. She is accepted into the quiet and remote country house of an uncle, who has almost completely withdrawn into himself after the death of his wife. Mary gradually becomes drawn into the hidden side of the house: why does she hear the crying of a unseen child? Why is there an overgrown, walled garden, its door long locked? (Summary by Peter)
 
Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel is about orphaned Mary Lennox, who is sent to live with her uncle at Misslethwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Initially a sour, bad-tempered child, Mary begins to bloom under the influence of nature when she discovers a long-abandoned garden on the grounds of her uncle's estate. Burnett's novel is brought to life by LibriVox volunteers who lend their voices to her characters. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary L ...
 
One of the most delightful and enduring classics of children's literature, The Secret Garden by Victorian author Frances Hodgson Burnett has remained a firm favorite with children the world over ever since it made its first appearance. Initially published as a serial story in 1910 in The American Magazine, it was brought out in novel form in 1911. The plot centers round Mary Lennox, a young English girl who returns to England from India, having suffered the immense trauma by losing both her ...
 
The National Trust Podcast takes you on an audio adventure through some of the UK’s greatest landscapes, walks, gardens, homes and collections. You’ll uncover the hidden stories, learn about the fascinating characters and meet the wonderful people that make all our places so special. New episodes are released every two weeks. To learn more about audio programmes from the National Trust go to http://nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts
 
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While we’re on a break busily preparing for season 5, we’re taking this opportunity to listen back to some of our favourite episodes. This month it’s ‘Caring for the Country’s Rarest Plants’ from Season 3. In this episode Alan Power, former Head gardener at Stourhead, navigates his way to the Trust‘s secret Plan Conservation Centre to see exactly w…
 
Whilst we break for the holidays and prepare for the launch of series 5, we’re revisiting some of our favourite episodes from the archives. This month it’s ‘A Mystery Guest at the Beatles Childhood Homes’ from Series 3. In this episode, a famous mystery guest joins a public tour of John Lennon’s childhood home. So, can you guess who the mystery man…
 
Managing Expectations While Having Gratitude with Jae Day The lovely Jae Day joins Maegan in the garden to talk about managing expectations while in a toxic relationship. Life has so many expectations already and when we have high expectations with a narcissist it is really hard to stay grounded. Narcissists are good at empty promises and saying th…
 
Recovering from Toxic Relationships and Narcissistic Abuse with Meg Today, Maegan and Megan visit in the garden to talk about the recovery process from abusive and toxic relationships. When you finally say no more with a Narcissist and find the courage to choose you it can be really hard to break the trauma bond. Having the tools to fully recover, …
 
The Tragic Story of Murder and a Mothers Dedication to Breaking the Cycle with Tara Woodlee On this very special episode Tara Woodlee joins Maegan in the garden to tell the tragic story of her daughter Asleigh Lindsey, and her unborn granddaughter Patience Lynn. Domestic Violence is an epidemic in our world today and the only way to shine a light o…
 
Surviving the Holiday Blues with a Narcissist with Kevin from The Royal We Joining me in the garden I have Keven from The Royal We here to talk about the Holiday Blues or the Holiday “Boohoos” with a Narcissist. One of the biggest triggers for Narcissistic injury is when you have true joy and happiness. During the Holidays, Birthdays, Anniversaries…
 
In our first taste along episode, Ranger Kate Martin and her mystery guest experience a Lake District walk in an intriguingly new way. If you’d like to taste along with Kate, you’ll need some fruit chews, mac & cheese, mint bubble filled chocolates and some cream soda. We are currently planning and producing episodes for season 5 of the National Tr…
 
The Narcissist is Our Soul Mate with Rebecca Dettman (aka Soul Doctor) So many people ask survivors of narcissistic abuse and domestic violence “why don’t you just leave” not knowing the trauma bond between the abuser and survivor is very powerful. Rebecca joins Maegan in the garden today to talk about the spiritual connection the survivor and narc…
 
Self-Care and Surviving Narcissistic Abuse with Suzanne Falter Suzanne Falter joins Maegan in the garden in this episode to talk about self-care. What? What is self-care? Most of us in abusive and toxic relationships have no idea what boundaries are and what self-care is or to process it and become so detached from our emotions that we learn to put…
 
Holding Resentment and Looking at Toxic Relationships with Paul Filan Joining me in the garden is Paul Filan. We talk about looking at resentment held in the body that is left over from a toxic relationship with a Narcissist. When we hold resentment in the body we tend to attract more toxic people or even have to take a look at all the relationship…
 
In the Garden today, I have Jenn Kautsch (aka SoberSis) here to talk about our relationship with alcohol and the toxic patterns we have on our life. So many of us in toxic and abusive relationships struggle with our relationship with alcohol as it became a tool to help numb us out from experiencing the abuse or even becomes our friend to help minim…
 
Our guest today is Denise Correll. Denise joined us to talk about who is the perfect target for the Narcissist and why we attracted them. Narcissists love to suck the Lifeforce out of Empaths and they do the Narcissistic/Empath dance while the cycle of abuse and trauma bond is formed and the intense connection between the two increases. Denise does…
 
My guest today in the garden is Elisa Gonzales the Assistant Professor of Voice and Acting and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Elisa is trained in a technique called Fitzmaurice and we discuss how to use the voice, body, and breath to connect to your true self, find your voice and, release trauma from the body. During toxic and abusive rel…
 
Joining Maegan in the garden is Mark Gerardot. This is a tragic story of triangulation that ends in a murder/suicide. Mark talks about this tragic love triangle and the story of how it leads to two people losing their lives. Tragically, this is a story that happens way too often when relationships get this complex. Get the full story in Mark Gerard…
 
Joining me in the Garden today Kevin from The Royal We on YouTube comes to talk about the Narcissistic family dynamic and how the abuse cycle works within the family system. Kevin has extensive knowledge on the topic of Narcissism and was one of my favorite channels to watch as I learned about the abuse cycles in the family dynamic. Kevin's YouTube…
 
Back in the garden, Tom Murry and Maegan discuss Narcissist Victims Syndrome and the pressure-cooker of a toxic and abusive relationship. When your soul is slowly being chipped away at and your values destroyed you start to be under so much pressure that you feel like you're going to die. The stress can be so bad from being in these relationships t…
 
Joining me today the fierce Mayhem Miller discusses connecting to your true self. Mayhem Miller is a fearless drag queen. Mayhem has brought so much to the drag world, showing that being true to who you really are and staying connected to your own inner divine will get you further in life. Mayhem has been seen on RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 and Se…
 
When we think of toxic and abusive relationships, we mostly think about women. In this episode, Maegan dives deep into a discussion with Thomas Murry and how men are abused, manipulated, and exploited all the time just like women. Men tend to not walk to talk about their experiences as our society tells them to “be a man” or “it's not that bad” and…
 
Edible nettles, sweet shop flavoured berries and deadly carrots are just some of the culinary, and not so culinary delights, Ranger Kate Martin encounters when she meets Fred the Forager for a late summer stroll. This episode aims to inspire you to explore nature in a new way. And should not be used as a reference for instructions on how to forage.…
 
Come join me this week in my secret garden and hear the incredible survival story of Anne Marie Hochhalter. Anne Marie was eating lunch on April 20, 1999, when she was shot multiple times in the back and paralyzed. Anne Marie joins us in the garden to talk about her survival story and her life filled with Narcissistic abuse and gives us a deep dive…
 
While many of us are familiar with Agatha Christie’s characters, just how well do we know Agatha the person? As we celebrate 100 years of Christie publications, we take a look back at the woman behind the books, through the eye of her grandson, at her beloved Greenway House. Listen to more audio programmes from the National Trust at nationaltrust.o…
 
In 2017 Teleri Fielden started her National Trust shepherdess scholarship deep in the valleys of Snowdonia. We revisit her three years on to find out if the early mornings, harsh winters and constant rain have dampened her spirits or given her the drive to prove she’s got what it takes. Listen to more audio programmes from the National Trust at nat…
 
On this first visit to The Secret Garden, Jane Donovan comes to visit and talks with Maegan about seeing and acknowledging our shadow sides. Looking deep with-in and exploring the weeds that need plucking so a beautiful new you can grow. We tend to get stuck in our life patterns, but never realize they no longer or never have served us. Jane Donova…
 
This is the introduction to The Secret Garden Podcast presented by The Divine Self and hosted by Maegan. Maegan has a successful YouTube channel (The Divine Self) with a focus on narcissism, narcissistic abuse, toxic relationships, and trauma. This podcast is focused on empowering yourself to break free from these relationships and focus on your in…
 
While we were all indoors during lockdown, stories of our wild neighbours bouncing back emerged across the globe. In this episode, podcast producer, Sean Douglas visits the Isle of Wight to investigate reports of wildlife taking over the island while humans were away. We also explore whether there will be a long-term positive impact on how we co-ex…
 
Zoom, Whatsapp, Instagram and TikTok are no longer just Millennial buzzwords. For many senior citizens social media has become a part of daily life. Negotiating our new world over the past few months has meant many of those who may have traditionally shunned technology are learning new skills. In this episode, over-60s share how their lives have be…
 
For millennia, midsummer has been steeped in tales of mystery and magic. It inspired the construction of great temples, the lighting of bonfires and was even said to have caused people to act in strange and surprising ways. In this episode, we explore the meaning behind the legends of the longest day of the year. And we discover why so many people …
 
In this episode we’re bringing you another story to inspire you during lockdown. Paul Zabel, an engineer and novice gardener, was sent to work in his first greenhouse in one of the most extreme locations on Earth. At the end of his isolation, as Paul eased his way back into society, he realised he had discovered some valuable life lessons which we …
 
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