Jenny Schatzle

Julie Piatt (SriMati)

Exploring The Spiritual Experience of Motherhood

EPISODE: 71   |    DATE: March 17, 2022

“What I invite everybody to do is to make your motherhood sacred. It’s not on anyone else’s terms or on anyone else’s perspective. It’s your perspective.”

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Today on the show, we explore the spiritual side of motherhood.
When a baby is born, a mother is also born. And when that child is put into the arms of that woman, that woman transforms.
Our culture is very heavy on the baby registry, and supporting the needs of the baby, and sleep training and feeding schedules and all of those things. But where is the conversation around the transformation into motherhood?
We talk about that today with the amazing Julie Piatt. A mother herself, Julie is a mystic, a bestselling author of 3 plant based cookbooks including This Cheese is Nuts, The Plant Powered Way, and The Plant Powered Way Italia. She is the founder of SriMu, a plant based not-cheese company, and she is married to one of the most prolific podcasters and plant-based endurance athletes of our time, Rich Roll.
On the show today you can expect to walk away seeing the sacredness of your motherhood, of getting in touch with your intuition, of deepening the connection with yourself as the powerful woman and shepherd of human life that you are.


Julie Piatt aka “SriMati” is a mystic mother, musician, artist, chef, author and healer who  has lived her life immersed in devotion and expansive creativity. Through embracing a  plant-based diet and deep meditation practice, Julie healed herself of a large cyst in her  neck, which doctors diagnosed as incurable. This experience gave her an intimate  connection with food, and proved to her the miraculous ability of the body to heal itself  when supported with pure whole living foods and a connection to the soul.  

She shares her wisdom from a multitude of life events that she experienced as  processes of alchemical transformation in her member-based community Water Tiger.  Acting as a spiritual guide, Julie uses Water Tiger as a devotional offering to remind  others of their own spiritual nature. Her raw vulnerability and direct candor in sharing  her own life experience is a warm invitation for us to embrace our own life experiences  with a divine perspective and unconditional love. Her internationally acclaimed podcast,  “For The Life of Me,” is another platform where she offers musings in her approach to  find our purpose, conscious parenting, food as medicine, what it means to live a life of  devotion and how to experience deep intimacy in a relationships along with her  transcendent, healing and soothing music. 

Julie has created over 500 plant-based recipes inspired by cooking for her husband and  four children. Many of these inspiring family recipes are featured in her three best  selling cookbooks The Plant Power Way, The Plant Power Way: Italia, and This Cheese  is Nuts! Now in her sacred offering of healing for our world, SriMu; Do Life, Not Cheese,  Julie adorns the mantel of cheese doyenne with pure intentions and powerful dedication  to offer all of us a more beautiful life. She is a powerful living example of how to love  ourselves more so that we can live our unique design in full and expansive self  expression. When we live in this frequency, we bless all life around us.






Resources mentioned in this episode

Water Tiger Community: 

Julie’s Episode about the Whale Calling

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