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Starhawk, renowned author and ecofeminist spiritual leader, speaks of ancestrally-resourced non-violent resistance in this conversation with Rae Abileah. She shares stories about her Earth Activist training, Palestinian solidarity work, and the power of rooting in joy as a transformative practice.
Today on the Everything Belongs Podcast, Madison is in conversation with Sahar Martinez, PHD. Dr. Sahar is a licensed marriage and family therapist, professor of diversity, and podcast host. For the last decade, Sahar has been supporting clients through transitional phases of life, from a trauma-informed, culturally aware lens. Sahar's clinical focus includes maternal mental health, working with diverse populations, and attachment-focused, trauma-informed therapy. Sahar is deeply passionate about guiding women in their reclamation of self in addition to the endless roles they often take on in society as partners, mothers, sisters, and friends. In this episode, Madison and Sahar speak on what it means to heal lineage from both a spiritual and a therapeutic approach, including discernment of what it yours versus what is your lineage, the importance of being witnessed outside your community, how our societal systems cut us off from healing our lineage, creating a secure attachment to ourselves and much more.Listen in and find the full show notes here: http://madisonmorrigan.com/podcast-rss-feed/75Guest LinksSahar's Website www.saharmartinez.comSahar's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drsaharmartinez/Sahar's Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-that-like-for-you/id1521400469Sahar's Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@drsaharmartinez
Summary In this episode Kimberly and Marisa discuss vocalizing, breathing, and various similarities between singing and somatics. Marisa shares her evolution as a singer and how somatics, embodiment, and understanding her nervous system was fundamental to embracing her natural sound. They also describe how they began working with each other, how creating sound is an embodied practice, and various ways to create our own authentic sound both mechanically and metaphorically. Bio Marisa Michelson is a composer, vocal coach and accomplished award winner at the nexus of theatre, experimental music, opera, new music, and improvisation. She is the Director and Founder of Constellation Chor, has taught various renowned workshops, earned her B.F.A. from NYU in Musical Theater, and is a former yoga instructor. Marisa is currently working on her upcoming book “Free: The Embodied Metaphysics of Singing” as well as various workshops that combine vocalizing and nervous system healing. What She Shares: –Her background in singing and performing –Similarities between singing and somatic experiencing –Bodily mechanics and spiritual metaphors of vocalizing –Voice pitch and gender/authority –How our sounds are ancestral What You'll Hear: –Language similarities between somatic experiencing, embodiment, and vocalizing/singing –Kimberly and Marisa discuss their lessons together –Background in singing, music, and theatre –Coming home to self before performing as a break from tradition in singing/performing –Singing as a genuine way of connecting with self and embodied practice –Paradigm shift while working with singers and composing music after new embodied practice –Founding and codifying music and somatics –Differences in voice pitch in relation to gender and authority –Bodily experience of owning and accepting one's own voice –Practice of valuing what comes out authentically and is internal not changing for external –Various breathing practices prioritize particular ways to breathe but depends on flexibility and context –Having presence and self-awareness with whatever emotions come in singing, speaking, living –Element of control in breathing doesn't allow free relationship to own voice and sound –Authentic expression –Practice “letting go” of breath instead of controlling –Infinite ways for diaphragm to move with sound –Touch and gentle tapping in breath-work for more subtle movement of diaphragm –Magic in the letting go and surrendering of breath and less of controlling in big inhaling of the breath –Existing in a gentler space through breath –Ancestral sounds and imitation versus authenticity –Lack of ritual and ceremony in community in hyper-individualistic culture –Bringing attention to the body and honoring the body –Infinite human sounds existing in our bodies –Our bodies and sounds are ancestral –Artists Marisa enjoys –Music genres as cultures –Upcoming classes and workshops on voice and nervous system Resources Website: https://www.marisamichelsonvocalstudio.com/
HIGHLIGHTS WATCH NOW:- Lisa does live calls plus healings for us ALL- What to say to change your mindset and day- Ancestral mathematics- How to activate a healingThis episode features a healer whose works with inherited emotional DNA that manifests in people as fears, sabotaging patterns, and belief systems. These can include fear of success, procrastination, fear of public speaking, anxiety, limiting money beliefs, relationship drama, business stagnation and more. My guest is Lisa Thomas who is a transformational healer, intuitive coach, and energy practitioner. She's helped thousands of people worldwide to achieve their business and life goals through her group programs, private coaching, products, and her Soul Awakening Method ™ Certification for healers. Lisa has been featured on Good Morning LaLa Land, Allie & You, Dare to Dream, Inspired Conversations, Spirit Purpose Energy, as well as stages and podcasts. Her book, Mistakes into Money, is available on Amazon. Learn More: https://LisaThomasEnergyHealing.com/DARE TO MAKE YOUR DREAMS A REALITY. Debbi Dachinger puts the ‘inspiration‘ back into podcasts in an award-winning show that is your #1 transformation conversation.Subscribe! Leave a review; we read and appreciate them all! Join me on Instagram: @daretodreampodcast and @debbidachingerDebbi Dachinger is a certified coach whose expertise is Visibility in Media. She coaches people to write a page turner book, takes their book to a guaranteed international bestseller, AND pulls back the curtain, so clients have the system to be interviewed on media and podcast and get massive results. Debbi shows people how to find and use media exposure to locate their tribe, fill workshops, sell books, and gain exposure. Connect with Debbi: https://DebbiDachinger.com Get your free Template to learn what YOUR unique message is for your business: https://debbidachinger.com/gift#podcast #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #Instagood #instalove #instawork #instapeople #instatime #health #quantum #Book #spiritual #consciousness #metaphysical #et #transformation #meditate #medicine #ceremony #alien #love #beautiful #happy #tbt #followme #nofilter #life #yoga #amazing #FBF #media #podcaster #apple #paranormal #listening #LisaThomas #lineage #epigenetics #CeelularHealing #SpiritualGrowth #Relationship #healer #businessStagnation #PublicSpeaking #money #anxiety #reltionshipProblem #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #interview #podcast #spiritual #author #healerThe show is sponsored by DrDainHeer.com and Access Consciousness
A replay of the only episode I've ever deleted. Please listen to Episode 84 Our Complex Humanity Cannot Be Cancelled first. Our ancestors were in constant biochemical conversation with the world, and so are we. Plants are a gateway into the depths of our consciousness, emotions, and physical experience of being alive. Let us come back into relationship with the information available in each interaction with the natural world. TOPICS: The archetype of the witch in the hut at the edge of the village Neurodivergence, tryptamine, sensory gating channels, and pattern recognition What is the purpose of the human being? Finding one's path after a confused and lost childhood Psilocybin and the conversation happening between everything Knowing what you're saying yes to When an herb changes your embodied experience of the world The illusory distinction between plant, animal, and human consciousness Finding what's ours to do in a world with so much suffering The power of drop doses to create somatic shifts Creating coherence in the complex, fluid, multivalent signalling system within the body Plant compounds that mirror our neurotransmitters and hormones Ancestral names, places, music, language, and stories Hawthorn myth and medicine RESOURCES: Episode 84: Our Complex Humanity Cannot Be Cancelled Sean's website Otherworld Well Sean's book The Forest Reminds Us Who We Are: Connecting to the Living Medicine of Wild Plants Sean's Ancestral Heartbeat Meditation on Patreon Clementine Morrigan on Instagram Medicine Stories Patreon (podcast bonuses!) My website MythicMedicine.love Take our fun Which Healing Herb is Your Spirit Medicine? Quiz Medicine Stories Facebook group Mythic Medicine on Instagram Music by Mariee Sioux (from her beautiful song Wild Eyes)
Surviving is certainly not the same thing as thriving. According to today's guest, lineage healer Ash Johns, we've all inherited unconscious beliefs and dysfunctional patterns of behavior from our ancestors. Generations of compounded trauma reside within us and around us, preventing us from pursuing self-actualized lives. How do we unlearn and heal from these deep-seated wounds? We cannot do it alone. Ancestral healing is the answer. By connecting to our predecessors, we can collectively let go of our old ways and embrace a new path forward. Ash explains the process of her lineage work and how it's a continuous exercise of growth and wisdom. Communing with our ancestors not only allows for a deeper relationship with them, but also with the self. Ash is a certified psychospiritual life coach, ancestral healer, and conscious business strategist. After 10 years in advertising, she left the industry to start Ancestral Healing Space. Her mission is to make ancestral connection and healing accessible to as many people as possible. By helping her clients identify and heal from generational wounds, they are able to live with more purpose, power, and freedom; and become better equipped to incite positive cultural change. What we discuss: 05:14 - How is Ash doing? 09:59 - Ancestral trauma and generational patterns of survival 15:25 - The collective healing experience 18:09 - Ash's spiritual framework and process 26:14 - Finding your inner authority 31:28 - Continued lineage work with ancestors 38:59 - Reclaiming ancestral gifts and the self 43:30 - Harmonizing feminine and masculine energies 49:22 - Elevate Mastermind 52:34 - What's the message of the Divine Mother to us? Learn more from Ash: Website: www.ashleyjohns.com/ Instagram: @ashinspires Join the Sacred Facilitator program: https://www.globalsisterhood.org/sacred-facilitator
George Mordecai - a rabbi, cantor and composer born in Australia to Iraqi Jews from India and Singapore - shares the ancestral journeys and musical influences that led to the creation of his album, Safra, and speaks to the power of communal chanting and participatory prayer.
Kara Fitzgerald, N.D.: “In eight weeks time with a doable diet and lifestyle intervention, we reversed the biological age of our participants by over three years.” Fitzgerald, a naturopathic doctor and functional medicine expert, joins mbg co-CEO, Jason Wachob, to discuss how to actually slow down aging, plus: - How to know if you're methylating correctly (~08:30) - Why you should eat 7 cups of veggies per day (~13:24) - The best foods to help you become biologically younger (~20:00) - What to look for in a liver supplement (~24:47) - The best exercises for longevity (~35:13) Referenced in the episode: - Fitzgerald's book, Younger You. - mbg Podcast episode #241, with Fitzgerald. - Fitzgerald's study on reversing biological age by 3 years. - Ancestral grass-fed beef liver supplements. - A study showing the risk of too many B vitamins. - David Sinclair, Ph.D.'s Harvard lab. - mbg Podcast episode #363, #217, and #170, with Sinclair. - GRAIL cancer test Enjoy this episode! Whether it's an article or podcast, we want to know what we can do to help here at mindbodygreen. Let us know at: email@example.com.
How do you trust in the process of your birth experience? In today's birth story, we're chatting with Charly and Dan Swanberg about the births of both of their daughters: Luna and Kaiya. Charly's mother had 3 home births herself, so the experience was already familiar and normalized for Charly. Both chiropractic students, Charly and Dan have cultivated a strong understanding and trust in the human body and its abilities. We get to hear about both pregnancies, which went for about 42 weeks. As well as the surprise of getting pregnant 4 months after their first birth. It's great to hear both perspectives from the whole journey and about the lessons that each learned. Links: Doing It At Home book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3vJcPmU DIAH website: https://www.diahpodcast.com/ DIAH Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doingitathome/ DIAH YouTube: https://bit.ly/3pzuzQC DIAH Store: https://yoursuccessfulhomebirth.com/ DIAH Merch: https://bit.ly/3qhwgAe Give Back to DIAH: https://bit.ly/3qgm4r9
Aurora Levins Morales, in conversation with Dori Midnight, dives into the transformative power of poetry, storytelling and radical genealogy. Aurora shares of her Puerto Rican and Ashkenazi roots, her experience with chronic illness, and imagines what is possible in a world of protective reciprocity.
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In today's episode I had the pleasure of talking with Hilda Labrada Gore, aka Holistic Hilda. Hilda is an ancestral health expert who has travelled the world exploring traditional customs for optimal well-being. From Kenya to Peru to Australia to Ecuador, Hilda has uncovered ancient practices that we can apply to our lives today. She is convinced that the secret to great health lies in looking to the past for clues. In today's show Hilda give us a deep dive into her The 5 Ancestral Secrets To A Better You. 7 Simple Steps To Achieving Your Goals Dr Tom Cowan & Sally Fallon | Re-Examining What COVID-19 Could Be And How To Stay Protected Hilda Labrada Gore | Wise Traditions. How Great Health Lies In Looking To The Past For Clues Liver King Instagram Hilda Labrada Gore Website Hilda Labrada Gore Instagram Hilda Labrada Gore YouTube Weston A. Price Foundation Website Thank you so much for listening and checking out this episode of Your Ideal Day. You can also check us out on Instagram @youridealday
Chase and his wife come together again to discuss how culture and local environment play a role in our overall health and wellbeing. They begin by discussing "Blue Zones" around the world, which have the highest population of centenarians due to not only their diets, but their way of living. They then dive into various regions of the world and the foods that are local to them in offering nutritional value well beyond just calories. Finally they explore a few of the many superfoods that you can try to incorporate into your every day diet. Follow May @mayyazdi Follow Chase @chase_chewning Episode resources: Save 20% on your entire first purchase of performance and recovery supplements from Legion Athletics with code EVERFORWARD at www.LegionAthletics.com Save 15% on any Paleovalley superfood supplement with code EVERFORWARD at www.Paleovalley.com/everforward Learn more at https://chasechewning.com/podcasts/episode/561
My name is Rachel Jensen. I'm an intuitive guide, helping folks with tools such as acupuncture (nationally board-certified with my masters in Chinese Medicine-LAc, MOm, Dipl Ac), breathwork and ancestral connection. My practice focuses on holistic healing specializing in anxiety, depression, stress, trauma and spiritual work. I landed where I am today in an effort to understand and tend to myself, my lineage and the world around me. I now have a passion for guiding others on their own life journey. Shop Sakara 20% off use: XOMEGHANS Breath With Me Meghan is a Trauma Informed Breathwork Facilitator & Embodiment Coach. She is the founder of RELEASE breathwork and the host of the Here To Be podcast. She is here to empower you to stop looking out for yourself for the answers and let your inner wisdom be your guide. Connect with Meghan: If you enjoyed the podcast, please share it. Subscribe, rate, and review the show on ITunes. Your rating and review help more people discover it. Work with Meghan Tag me on Instagram @meghansandve and let me know your favorite takeaways --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heretobe/message
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A new agriculture themed book is out on the market called Ancestral. Pam Jahnke talks with author Dan Smith, president and CEO of the Cooperative Network, a former DATCP administrator and former Illinois dairy farmer. His poetry is about the life cycles in all agriculture. ALCIVIA President and CEO Jim Dell gives the Mid-West Farm Report insight on what the cooperative's goals are for 2022 after its annual business meeting. He says members are feeling good about their operations after good crop yields. He says the co-op is doing everything it can to make sure it has everything it needs to weather high costs of production in the new year, including the cost of fertilizer. Stephanie Hoff talks to ever.ag broker Matt Tranel about the latest milk production and cold storage reports that put U.S. dairy on top for export opportunities. Meanwhile brokers keep an eye on how the markets react to COVID-19 variants, especially after a holiday weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Daniela Labi, Libyan-Jewish filmmaker, speaks on making art in conversation with her ancestors, the complexities of claiming Arab-Jewish identity and ways ancestral connection supports her body activism.
Wisconsin Farm Technology Days 2021 is history, but a show of that size needs a little time to wrap up final details. Bob Bosold talks with board chair, Mike Gintner, about the challenges of keeping a show organized during a pandemic. Farm parents are being recruited to participate in an awareness project launched by the National Farm Medicine Center in Marshfield. Do stories of farm accidents change or heighten parents' awareness of children's safety. Dan Smith is the current CEO/President of Cooperative Network. He's also a past administrator at the WI Dept. of Agriculture, a previous dairy farmers - and now an author. Pam Jahnke talks with him about his book Ancestral. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“The reaction to the trauma doesn't necessarily stop with the people who experienced it.” Do you have symptoms that you can't explain? For example, are you overly anxious for no obvious reason? Do you instinctively push people away or intentionally disassociate from difficult feelings in your body? Do you have irrational fears or thoughts about what could happen that don't make logical sense?If so, there's a chance you may be experiencing inherited trauma; that's trauma, which started with your parents or your grandparents - not you. Generational trauma can impact our lives in profound ways. Fortunately, there is something you can do to transform the fears and soothe the feelings. There is a way to break the pattern so that the ancestral trauma stops with you. Mark Wolynn - author of It Didn't Start With You and the director of The Family Constellation Institute in San Francisco has devoted his life to understanding and healing inherited family trauma. In this must-hear episode, Mark reveals how his work holds the potential to wildly transform your life as well as the life of your children and grandchildren [even if they've not yet been born]. “We don't make the link that our anxiety, our depression, our shutdown is connected to our parents and our grandparents. We just think we're wired this way.” The concept of inherited trauma is backed by science. As Mark explains in the episode, as we learn more about epigenetics, our clarity about the way trauma is passed on increases. Ancestral trauma is often behind the curtain. Logic can convince us that certain things are best left unsaid. But just because we don't hear things doesn't mean we can't feel things. Mark's work empowers people to dig deeper into their familial setting so they can understand the reactions and feelings locked in their body. As a result, his clients get to experience unimaginable feelings of freedom, closure, and clarity. You can get a taste of the potential that healing ancestral trauma could have for you when you tune into this episode. What is inherited trauma?What's a healthy way to experience a healing event if you can't tap back into the original trauma? How can you learn to be present with what is? How to differentiate between attachment and generational trauma. Why traumas affect fathering and mothering. The profound difference between forgiveness and understanding.What is inner child healing and why is it powerful healing work?How healing generational trauma impacts your children [and your children's children].Changing how our genes express to protect our kids [and grandchildren]. Why Mark is passionate about this work [and how it healed his sight]. The significance of Mark crying into his mother's clothes. And more… “We've got to tame our trauma responses so we can live a loving, open, compassionate, and gentle life.” How to contact Discover more details about Mark's work at https://markwolynn.comLike Mark on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/mark.wolynn.31Follow Mark on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/markwolynn/We thrive on your feedback, so if you've enjoyed this show, please rate us and leave us a review. And don't forget to subscribe to ensure you never miss an episode again. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
From London Esta semana en La Luz del Misterio, en London Radio World, hemos querido conocer si existen Portales Interestelares alrededor del mundo. Desde tiempos remotos, se sabe que a lo largo y ancho del planeta, existen portales a otros mundos y otras dimensiones. Lugares donde el ambiente es místico, con mayor energía de lo normal y con propiedades mágicas descritas por algunas civilizaciones milenarias. Con la ayuda de la veterana investigadora y escritora, Carmen Pérez de la Hiz. Luego conoceremos las medicinas ancestrales con la ayuda del gran investigador y terapeuta, Salvadoreño, Omar Romero. Más información sobre el programa de hoy: Carmen Pérez de la Hiz:https://www.facebook.com/carmen.perezdelahiz Omar Romero: https://www.facebook.com/omar.romeromedrano https://sesionesomarromero.wordpress.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 14MAY2022 VENTE A NAZCA Y VIVE UNA EXPERIENCIA ÚNICA DE RADIO MÁS INFORMACIÓN: laluzdelmisterioradio.blogspot.com email@example.com -------------------------------------------------------------- Un viaje apasionante hacia la historia de ser humano que puedes conocer a través de La Luz del Misterio en London Radio World y sus plataformas. ——————————————————— Síguenos a través de: edenex.es ZTR Radio.online London Radio World En Ivoox Itunes Podomatic Más información: laluzdelmisterioradio.blogspot.com firstname.lastname@example.org
After hearing Morgan's story of choosing to donate and redistribute 100% of her inherited family wealth, I knew I wanted to speak with her. In this conversation we discuss what it's like to face the shadows of our ancestral lineages, ask deeper questions of what our family's part was in injustices in our country and how we can use that knowledge to atone and repair. Morgan is one of thousands of young people feeling called to redistribute inherited wealth back into the hands of indigenous and black people and organizations across the country… Her story calls us to consider that maybe true happiness is really found when we focus on others' happiness rather than just our own… In this episode we discuss: Morgan's privileged upbringing and calling to activism early in life The inner journey navigating shame, guilt, and anger after learning about some of her ancestor's involvement in slavery, moving indigenous people off their land, and fossil fuel investments - the very= The story of how Morgan began redistributing 100% of her inherited wealth and 50% of her earned income How to navigate resistance that may come up when redistributing funds How to begin the journey of looking into your own ancestral past The fears Morgan faced around being public with this work What Morgan has learned about true happiness A letter to her descendants and vision for a healed world Stay in Touch with Morgan: Coaching & Cohorts for Ancestral Repair & Redistribution: morganhcurtis.com Have money to give this season? Here are some of Morgan's suggestions on where to begin: Ekvn Yefolecv an intentional Indigenous ecovillage community returning to their ancestral homelands in what's known as Alabama, to reclaim and revive language, ecology, cosmology and tradition. Canticle Farm an urban farm, educational center, and intentional community, located in East Oakland, CA on Lisjan Ohlone territory. In particular, the Sister Water House of Restorative Justice at Canticle Farm is home to formerly-incarcerated Black elders and movement leaders. #Case4Reparations Fund at Liberated Capital is an example of how to cede decision making power by funding the movement for reparations through campaigns and organizations chosen by a group of Black and Indigenous leaders. Stay in Touch with Rising Women Leaders: Website Instagram Patreon Guided by the call to transmute the legacy of her colonizer and enslaver ancestors, Morgan is dedicated to working with her fellow people with wealth and class privilege towards redistribution, atonement, and repair of ancestral harms. As a facilitator, money coach, organizer and ritualist, she works to catalyze the healing of relationships with self, family, ancestors, community, and the land, enabling the surrender of power and control so that resources can flow towards racial, environmental, and economic justice. She is in the process of redistributing 100% of her inherited wealth and 50% of her income to primarily Black- and Indigenous-led organizing and land projects. Morgan is a resident of Canticle Farm, a multi-racial, inter-faith, cross-class, intergenerational intentional community in Lisjan Ohlone territory (Oakland, CA). She is currently a Masters of Divinity student at Harvard Divinity School, focused on racial justice and healing. You can learn more at her website: morganhcurtis.com.
Hello beautiful souls! Today Michelle is sharing an incredible angel story that's been passed down for generations. It's an incredible story of angels coming through with messages of hope to help one woman rise despite enduring tragedy. Listen to hear the positive messages given to Michelle's family from her relatives who've passed and how she used it to heal her own ancestral trauma. By working on their spiritual health in my Angel Membership, over the last year my students have had outstanding results. Members report that their anxiety is gone; feeling a deeper connection with their spouse, children and friends; finding their purpose through the membership and working towards it, they report, makes them feel a sense of fulfillment they haven't felt before. One woman said to me, “Julie, I've been in corporate America a long time and I go to a new conference every year, and your membership is better than any conference I've ever been to!” Another woman wrote to me, “My anxiety is gone! It was a lot of work, but I feel the deepest sense of self I've ever felt! I know who I am now. I know why I'm here! And because of that, my fears no longer control me! I am a completely different person and for possibly the first time in my life, I can truly say I love myself!” I want that for you too, friend! What do you get as an Angel Member? 1.) Access to 13+ courses that lead you through an entire year of spiritual growth alongside your angels (annual members get access to all courses immediately, while monthly paying members get access one week at a time to new material); 2.) A new LIVE workshop once a month (see workshop topics/dates below); 3.) A new LIVE group Healing Angel Circle each month; 4.) Access to two small group meetings per month; 5.) Access to dozens of Julie's past guided Angel Reiki healings and meditations for you to use at any time; 6.) A private community to connect with new friends! Because the number of sessions I can perform is limited, only the first 100 members to sign up for the annual plan have the option of purchasing a session with me in 2022.* Annual members also get special event invitations a few times a year to a private group reading with Julie. Annual members also get complimentary access to Julie's new courses in 2022 which will be on intuition and purpose. Topics/Dates for 2022 Workshop for All Angel Members: How I Manifested My Dreams, Master Class on Manifestation and Vision Boards: January 29, 2022 from 10:30 AM -12 PM CT Automatic Writing, How To Become An Expert: February 26, 2022 from 10:30 AM -12 PM CT Signs and Angel Numbers, A Divine Guide to Clearly Understanding Your Angels: March 26, 2022 from 10:30 AM-12 PM CT The Most Important Spiritual Practice: April 30, 2022 from 10:30 AM-12 PM CT The Survival Guide for Empaths, How To Use Your Empathy As Your Superpower: May 28, 2022 from 10:30 AM-12 PM CT Uncovering Your Hidden Healing Abilities, How To Become A Healer: June 25, 2022 from 10:30 AM-12 PM CT Akashic Records, How To Access And Read Your Life Plan: July 30, 2022 from 10:30 AM-12 PM CT How To Know If You're An Earth Angel, Sent By The Seraphim Order: August 27, 2022 from 10:30 AM -12 PM CT Complete Chakra Activation To Receive Your Angel Messages More Clearly: September 24, 2022 from 10:30 AM - 12 PM CT The Secret To Knowing Your Life Purpose and How To Find It In 30 Days: October 29, 2022 from 10:30 AM - 12 PM CT Tricks Your Ego Uses To Block Your Success and How To Dissolve Your Ego: November 26, 2022 from 10:30 AM - 12 PM CT Channeling Your Personal Angel Messages for 2022: December 31, 2022 from 10:30 AM - 12 PM CT Join my Angel Membership program monthly for $111 a month or annually for $1,200 per year. Want to get the Angel Membership free for one year? Find two friends and when both register for the annual plan (and refer you), we will give you your membership free for one year. Your two referrals must be new to the Angel Membership program and this offer expires 2/15/2022. Join the Angel Membership here: https://theangelmedium.com/monthly-membership Or if you still have questions, click here to book a free discovery call: https://calendly.com/kelceeramsey/connectioncall?month=2021-12 Friends, we also have new events coming up that you can sign up for including: Angel Reiki School, a new cohort is starting soon! https://theangelmedium.com/get-certified Book a session with one of the healers on my team. https://theangelmedium.com/readings My book, also called Angels and Awakening, is available on Audible and everywhere books are sold! Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Angels-and-Awakening-Audiobook/B09MKNC77Q Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Angels-Awakening-Guide-Raise-Vibration/dp/195699601X The winner who wrote a 5-star positive review this month is Jodie H! You can win next month by writing a 5-star positive review anywhere review can be left and emailing a screenshot to email@example.com
Yoshi Silverstein shares wisdom on sacred ecology, embodied Jewish practice, and building just and resilient communities. He welcomes us with grounding practice, tells stories of his Chinese and Askenazi lineages, and speaks on ways diaspora impacts the relationship between land, culture and ancestral home.
~Part of the Money as Medicine series of conversations at TNS~ Join TNS Host Victoria Santos in a conversation with ancestors and money coach Morgan Curtis and with Xicana climate justice organizer, human rights advocate, and storyteller Niria Alicia Garcia. Morgan and Niria Alicia both live at Canticle Farm, a multi-racial, inter-faith, cross-class, intergenerational intentional community in Lisjan Ohlone territory (Oakland, California). They'll talk about their journeys transforming ancestral legacies—one from the perspective of a person growing up in a wealthy, privileged family, and the other from the perspective of a person growing up in a migrant farmworker family. Niria Alicia Garcia Niria Alicia is a Xicana Indígena community organizer, educator, storykeeper and human rights advocate devoted to protecting the sacredness of Mother Earth and the dignity of historically oppressed peoples. She is a first-generation proud daughter of immigrant farm worker and forestry workers from Michoacan and Chihuahua, Mexico. In 2019, her climate justice work earned her the national “Emerging Leader Award” from GreenLatinos. This year, the United Nations gave her the highest honor given to young people, naming her the Young Champion of the Earth for North America for her work with Run4Salmon. Niria Alicia believes that true justice and healing will only begin when we rematriate and indigenize land, normalize indigenous values and honor the sacredness of women, 2 spirit peoples, and Mother Earth. Her proudest accomplishments and honors have been learning how to make tortillas in the traditional way from her grandmother, growing her first milpa from her family's heirloom corn seeds, and inheriting her great-great grandmother's metate, a culturally significant ancestral tool made from lava rock that has the hand imprints of the strong women she is proud to descend from. Morgan Curtis Guided by the call to transmute the legacy of her colonizer and enslaver ancestors, Morgan is dedicated to working with her fellow people with wealth and class privilege towards redistribution, atonement, and repair of ancestral harms. As a facilitator, money coach and ritualist, she works to catalyze the healing of relationships with self, family, ancestors, community, and the land, enabling the surrender of power and control so that resources can flow towards social, environmental, and economic justice. She is in the process of redistributing 100% of her inherited wealth and 50% of her income to primarily Black- and Indigenous-led organizing and land projects. She is currently a Masters of Divinity student at Harvard Divinity School, focused on racial justice and healing. Our Host, Victoria Santos, MA Victoria designs and facilitates group processes in communities, organizations, businesses, universities and schools. Warm authentic presence, compassionate communication, commitment to social justice and racial equity, and lifelong learning are threads running through all of Victoria's work. She brings more than thirty years of experience and leadership in education, community organizing and community development. For ten years, Victoria assisted Sobonfu Somé in leading grief rituals according to the Dagara traditions of Burkina Faso. She is a Spanish-fluent Afro-Caribbean immigrant who was born in a rural village in the Dominican Republic. Music: Devi Daly singing, music composed by Coco Love Alcorn. Find out more about The New School at Commonweal on our website: tns.commonweal.org. And like/follow our Soundcloud channel for more great podcasts.
Meet Dr. Helen Kociba, a naturopathic doctor and professional doula. Dr. Helen has had a passion for birth since 2000, harboring a deep desire to attend to women and serve them during all stages of their pregnancy. She has served in many roles as a doula ranging from birth photographer to quiet supporter to active labor coach. Each time, no matter how big or small of a role she played, she was able to advocate to the miracle of life. While serving women and their families during the birth setting, she began feeling a strong pull toward gaining more education in the field of Natural Medicine. She chose to attend the Naturopathic Institute of Therapies and Education in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan and completed her degree as a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor. She specializes in Women's Health, Herbalism, and Nutrition. She is trained to use genetic information to create a Nutrigenomics Profile for those seeking the most specific nutritional plan. Dr. Helen works well alongside those who are working with medical doctors offering the best comprehensive care possible to each patient. In this episode, Dr. Helen shares her passion for helping others by recounting how she became a doula, how she continues to serve as a naturopathic doctor, and what steps women can take to ease the burden of menopause.DR. HELEN'S TAKEAWAYSIt's never too late to learn!A doula primarily offers support to the mother and family during the birthing process.A doula can also act as a guard to the mother.Some insurances do cover doula assistance.Ancestral nutrition covers the inner workings of food and the way it acts in the body.Genetic genotyping can assist you to find the right nutrition for your body.CONNECT WITH DR. HELENWebsiteInstagramLinkedInFacebook
Perteneciente a un linaje de sanadoras de ocho generaciones Mapuche, María fue aprendiendo las hierbas medicinales como quien conoce a otro ser vivo y a hablar en sueños con ellas. Un podcast vivo, aromático y sanador.
In this episode, Erica and Genevieve discuss the stories we tell ourselves. Where do they come from? Do they serve us? What to do when they don't. Listen, subscribe, and leave a review on iTunes. Resources Mentioned Human Design— https://www.mybodygraph.com/free-bodygraph What really happened at the first Thanksgiving books for kids list: Squanto's Journey: The Story of the First Thanksgiving History Smashers: The Mayflower 1621: A New Look at Thanksgiving: A New Look at Thanksgiving (National Geographic) People of the Breaking Day (Aladdin Picture Books) Stay Connected Erica Thibodeaux, MS, LPC Website: ericathibodeaux.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/we_are_the_medicine/ Genevieve Folkedahl, Folklore Energy Website: folkloreenergy.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/folklore_energy/ Music Credits: Intro and Outro music: Liberty Kohn, https://instagram.com/libertykohn/ May these ancient stories return you to your ancestors, to the land, to the sacred fire, water, and minerals that we are all from. And may this medicine help you to awaken to your true spirit.
Rabbi Léah Novick, an elder of the Jewish Renewal movement, shares practices of connecting with ancestors of inspiration, and her work to keep alive the teachings of 19 century Italian poet Rachel Luzzatto Morpurgo, 12th century tsadeket Dulcie of Worms, Maccabean Queen Shlom Tzion and 16th century Kurdish Rabbah Asenath Barazani. Reb Léah speaks of her journeys with these women, of reclaiming relationship with Shekhinah and reflects on ways her earlier decades of activism inform her journey today.
Dr. Jeanette welcomes Tom Jerman, author of Santa Claus Worldwide: A History of St. Nicholas and Other Midwinter Gift-Bringers, to explore how we celebrate the holiday season.The holidays are just that, a day, but we can celebrate the season of light, hope, harvest, and darkness just as our ancestors did if we can see what the real purpose was to celebrate without all the marketing. Throughout history, we see times of great despair, challenges, and hardship that still hold the essence of what the winter season brings to the human soul. After such difficulties of life, people would start to celebrate and come together to heal and prosper as a society and culture. Have we just come through such a darkness, have we felt many endings in our lives and lives lost, can we have hope and find light in our broken hearts and soul?Enjoy the stories of Santa Claus, foods of harvest and sharing, and gifts of supporting each other with the joy of the season in this book that takes us back to the countries of our ancestral lineage. Explore the joy and feel the wonderment the people had then and create it anew in our present day and time.We can find the meaning of love, kindness, and joy in our presence and giving rather than in presents or unfulfilled promises. It is a time to let go of pain and suffering, to release all the old hurts and struggles, and find a way to touch your heart, even if only a glimpse of light can you find in a candle.May you find peace in your heart, a light in the darkness, and a kind soul to engage with over the season.We are here for you and we bless your presence on this earth.For more information on Tom visit: www.ACollectionofSantas.comFor help and support from Dr. Jeanette and to access her free gifts, visit: www.DrJeanetteGallagher.com There are also sessions that are available if you are very disconnected and need to talk, please check the website for these gifts.
Some First Nations are working to repatriate sacred items and ancestral remains that were stolen and put in museums around the world — and they're succeeding. We discuss decolonizing museums with Bill Cranmer, a hereditary chief of the 'Namgis First Nation and board chair of the U'mista Cultural Centre in Alert Bay, B.C.; Jisgang Nika Collison, executive director of the Haida Gwaii Museum and co-chair of the Haida Repatriation Committee; and Jordan Coble, chair of the British Columbia Museums Association's Indigenous advisory committee and a councillor for the Westbank First Nation.
From our Edwardian Entertainments collection, just in time for the winter holidays. The Water Ghost of Harrowby Hall A hereditary curse appears in a torrent of water every Christmas to the current heir. How to stop this perennial wet blanket? By John Kendrick Bangs, adapted by Julie Hoverson Sound produced by Scott Pigg Cast: The GHOST - Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard Edward - Gareth Bowley Leslie - Tansy Undercrypt Father - John Lingard Mother - Jennifer Dixon The American - Julie Hoverson **************************************************** THE WATER GHOST OF HARROWBY HALL Adapted by Julie Hoverson from the story by John Kendrick Bangs [published in 1894] Cast: The GHOST EDWARD Oglethorpe, the Young Master LESLIE Widdrington, The Secretary HENRY Oglethorpe, the father LYDIA Oglethorpe, the mother Christina, vapid American debutante MUSIC - CHRISTMAS SCENE 1. BALLROOM SOUND FAIRLY SEDATE PARTY CHRISTINA [american] I'm terribly charmed to meet you! I've never danced with a Lord before. Makes me feel like a lady. EDWARD [chuckles] You're lucky I'm also a gentleman - not every lord can claim that. CHRISTINA Oh, you! EDWARD You're in London with friends? CHRISTINA I'm a guest of the Harrisons. Daddy thought a trip to England would be nice polish. He's very impressed by nobilities. EDWARD I'm sure. SOUND CLOCK STARTS TO STRIKE TWELVE CHRISTINA Goodness, your parties go late over here. I'm afraid you must think I'm terribly provincial. EDWARD Oh no. Never. SOUND CLOCK FINISHES, SUDDEN DELUGE OF WATER, COVERS EVERYTHING. CHRISTINA [screaming!] My dress! Oh no! SOUND OTHER PEOPLE PROTESTING, RUNNING AWAY EDWARD [calm but shouting] Just clear out, everyone, please! SOUND DOORS SLAM, NO MORE RUNNING GHOST Oglethorpe. EDWARD [sigh] Yes. MUSIC SCENE 2. BALLROOM, DRIPPING WET SOUND KNOCK ON THE DOOR LESLIE Hello? SOUND WATER STILL DRIPPING ALL OVER EDWARD [glum] It's all over but the blotting. Safe to come in. SOUND DOOR OPENS, WOMAN WALKS IN LESLIE Oh, my. EDWARD [resigned] I'll take care of any repairs. LESLIE Towel? I also brought you a robe, but we haven't even been properly introduced yet. EDWARD Henry Oglethorpe. [sigh] Baron Harrowby, I suspect. LESLIE Leslie Widdrington. Poor relation. EDWARD [chuckles, but not really amused] Huh. I've just come into a great deal of money. LESLIE How's that? EDWARD My father must have died, or this would have happened to him. LESLIE Ah. [sympathetical understanding] Ancestral curse? EDWARD You're curiously sanguine about it. LESLIE [flippant] It's not my ballroom. Come along, let's get you out of this damp. Perhaps a hot bath would be in order? MUSIC SCENE 3. CASTLE LESLIE [reading] "The trouble with Harrowby Hall is that it was haunted. What was worse, the ghost did not content itself with merely appearing at the bedside of the afflicted person who saw it, but persisted in remaining there for one mortal hour before it would disappear." EDWARD My father had a flowery turn of phrase. LESLIE A style the suits the classic ghost story. You're quite sure you don't mind? EDWARD I need to confide in someone, and he's already written it all down. But you can skip past the part about it appearing only for an hour every Christmas at midnight. I think we've established that. LESLIE You're lucky you didn't catch pneumonia. EDWARD I'm still undecided. [coughs, but not seriously] At least one good thing came from the deluge. LESLIE Oh? EDWARD I needed a secretary. LESLIE I suppose it pays to be intrepid, then. SOUND PAGES FLIP LESLIE Ah. [start here?] "The owners of Harrowby Hall had done their utmost--?" EDWARD Sounds good. LESLIE "--their utmost to rid themselves of the damp and dewy lady who rose up out of the best bedroom floor at midnight, but without avail. They had tried stopping the clock, so that the ghost would not know when it was midnight; but she made her appearance just the same, with that fearful miasmatic personality of hers, and there she would stand until everything about her was thoroughly saturated." EDWARD We've done absolutely everything. Or tried to. My own grandfather caulked up every crack in the floor, covered it with tarpaper - every conceivable kind of waterproofing was put into effect. And yet-- LESLIE But you weren't even in the tower room. EDWARD [sigh] It's all in the manuscript. LESLIE At least it will be another year until she makes an appearance. EDWARD There is a great deal to be said for predictability. LESLIE [reading dramatically] "The following Christmas eve she appeared as promptly as before, and frightened the occupant of the room--" EDWARD That wasn't even one of my forefathers. Just an unfortunate guest. LESLIE "Frightened him quite out of his senses by sitting down alongside of him and gazing with her cavernous blue eyes into his; and her long, aqueously bony fingers were entwined with bits of dripping seaweed - these ends she drew across his forehead until he became like one insane. EDWARD I believe he never recovered from the shock, or the damp, or perhaps the cold, and died several years later of pneumonia and nervous prostration. LESLIE Then comes a year they chose not to open the room at all. EDWARD "Let her haunt the room - she'll not haunt me!" Father railed, or so I have been told. LESLIE Didn't work, though, did it? EDWARD [sigh] No. Apparently the room is only the primary target. If there is no one present to receive her, the current lord will always have a visitor. LESLIE Thus the monsoon in the ballroom? EDWARD [rueful] Father didn't even tell me he was doing poorly. [snappy again] A little warning would have been ... convenient. I could have spent the night in the desert. LESLIE What do you plan to do? EDWARD Foil her. LESLIE How? EDWARD That I do not quite know... yet. I need to go over father's manuscript with a fine tooth comb for any possible clues. Anything can be overcome with the application of a modicum of logic. LESLIE Well, then. Shall we get back to it? EDWARD Go back to the year father tried to simply ignore the ghost. It seems she first appeared in the tower room, for the parlor below had a great damp spot on the ceiling. But she didn't stay there. LESLIE [reading] "She found me in my own cozy room drinking whiskey," undiluted, he notes, "and felicitating myself upon having foiled her ghostship, when all of a sudden the curl went out of my hair, the whiskey bottle filled and overflowed, and I found myself in a condition similar to that of a man who has fallen into a water-butt." [chuckles] EDWARD Father always did have a turn of phrase. And a fondness for water-butts. [dramatic] And there she stood. The lady of the cavernous eyes and seaweed fingers. LESLIE "The sight was so unexpected and so terrifying that I fainted, but immediately came to, as the vast amount of chill water trickling down over my face restored my consciousness." EDWARD I like a good shower bath as much as the next person, but I do prefer it on the tropical side of tepid. LESLIE [teasing] Hush. EDWARD My father was a brave man, and not to be daunted. Forced to face the ghost, he determined to discover some particulars. LESLIE "In an effort to warm myself, I approached the hearth, an unfortunate move as it turned out, because it brought the ghost directly over the fire, which immediately was extinguished." EDWARD So he faced her with all the bravado he could muster. LESLIE Sounds like he was chock a block with bravado. At least the way he wrote it. EDWARD Let us hope it runs in the family. LESLIE [leading into flashback] He faced the ghost... MUSIC SEGUE INTO FLASHBACK SOUND WATER DRIPPING and TRICKLING HENRY Far be it from me to be impolite to a woman, madam, but I'm hanged if it wouldn't please me better if you'd stop these infernal visits of yours to this house. Go sit out on the lake, if you like that sort of thing; soak the water-butt, if you wish; but do not, I implore you, come into a gentleman's house and saturate him and his possessions in this way. It is damned disagreeable. GHOST Henry Hartwick Oglethorpe. That is a bit of specious nonsense. You must know that I am compelled to haunt this place year after year by inexorable fate. I never aspired to be a shower-bath, but it is my doom. Do you know who I am? HENRY No, I do not. I should say you were the Lady of the Lake, or Little Sallie Waters. GHOST You are a witty man for your years. HENRY Well, my humor is drier than yours ever will be. GHOST No doubt - I am never dry. I am the Water Ghost of Harrowby Hall, and dryness is a quality entirely beyond my wildest hope. I have been the incumbent of this highly unpleasant office for two hundred years tonight. HENRY How the deuce did you ever come to get elected? GHOST [matter of fact] Suicide. I am the ghost of that fair maiden whose picture hangs over the mantelpiece in the drawing room. LESLIE [v.o.] That lovely early Georgian piece? Or do I mean Jacobean? EDWARD [v.o.] Take down a memorandum - draw a mustache on her at the earliest opportunity. GHOST Had I lived, I should have been your great-great-great-great-great-aunt. HENRY But what induced you to get this house into such a predicament? GHOST It was my father's fault. It was he who built Harrowby Hall, and the haunted chamber was to have been mine. My father had it furnished in pink and yellow, knowing well that blue and gray formed the only combination of colours I could tolerate. HENRY And...? GHOST He did it merely to spite me, and I declined to live in the room. Whereupon father said I could live there or on the lawn, he didn't care which. That night I ran from the house and jumped over the cliff into the sea. EDWARD [v.o.] That was rash. LESLIE [v.o.] Dying over pink and yellow? I should say so. Green and orange, perhaps. EDWARD [v.o.] But only if one is Irish. GHOST Had I but known the consequences, I should not have jumped. HENRY A bit late for hindsight. GHOST I had been drowned a week when I was informed it would be my doom to haunt Harrowby Hall. LESLIE [v.o.] Informed? Informed by whom? EDWARD [v.o.] Hmm. Never considered it. The local union of apparations, phantoms and sundry visitations? HENRY I'll sell the place. EDWARD [v.o.] Sound thinking. GHOST That you cannot do, for it is also required of me that I shall appear to any purchaser, and divulge to him the awful secret of the house. LESLIE [v.o.] Snap! HENRY Do you mean to tell me that on every Christmas eve you are going to haunt me wherever I may be, ruining my whiskey and extinguishing my fire? And soaking me through to the skin? GHOST You have stated the case clearly, Oglethorpe. And what is more - it doesn't make the slightest difference where you are. If I find that room empty, wherever you may be I shall douse you with my spectral pres-- SOUND CLOCK STRIKES ONE LESLIE [v.o.] "Here the clock struck one, and immediately the apparition faded away. It was perhaps more of a trickle than a fade, but as a disappearance it was complete" HENRY By St. George and his Dragon! It is guineas to hot-cross buns that next Christmas there'll be an occupant of that room, or I shall spend the night in a bathtub! EDWARD [v.o. fading to normal] He would have lost that bet. That was last year, and this year, he passed away just in time to avoid the deluge. LESLIE And you didn't know, and we are now caught up to the present. EDWARD [sigh] But for the bill for the ballroom. MUSIC SCENE 4. TEA LYDIA So glad you could accommodate me for tea, Edward. I've not returned to society yet, and I'm getting sick to the teeth of a house covered in black crepe. EDWARD Ah. LYDIA Your father positively loathed black. EDWARD Ah. LYDIA And I loathe crepe. I've developed quite a mental aversion to it. I don't supposed a doctor could furnish me with some sort of prescription? EDWARD I doubt it. Mourning is mourning, mother. And you are hardly the only one inconvenienced by father's untimely demise. LYDIA [slightly amused] Ah, yes I heard. EDWARD You might have sent a wire or something. LYDIA I was rather preoccupied. So, now that you are the Baron, am I to expect the pitter-patter of little feet in the great hall any time soon? EDWARD I could get you some corgis. LYDIA Hush. You know very well what I mean! It is your responsibility to produce an heir and a spare, particularly now that you are effectively the last of the line. EDWARD Hmm... [chuckle] It would be funny to find out who gets haunted, should I die early. LYDIA I should say not! EDWARD Anyway, after my very public unmasking as the bearer of an ancestral curse, there's hardly a family worth knowing that would want me as a graft to the family tree. LYDIA There's always some rich American. they'll even pay extra for such a heritage! EDWARD [laughing ruefully] While an American won't bat an eye at a spectre or two, true - threaten them with a waterlogged poiret [pwah-RAY] or patou [pah-TOO], and they flee in panic, clutching their pocketbooks. LYDIA OH. Yes, I see. EDWARD So I'm down to shop assistants and ladies who speak no English. SOUND DOOR OPENS, LESLIE ENTERS BRISKLY LESLIE Here's your correspondence for the day-- oh. I'm so dreadfully sorry. I wasn't aware -- I don't have any engagements on your calendar for this afternoon. EDWARD Miss Widdrington, may I present my mother, the Dowager Baroness of Harrowby. Mother, my new secretary. LYDIA [a bit snotty] Charmed. LESLIE [overly subservient, almost goofy] I'll be in the study, then, sir, should you need me. If I may excuse myself? EDWARD [equally over the top] Dismissed. SOUND LESLIE LEAVES LYDIA Who is she? EDWARD My secretary. LYDIA Widdrington. Widdrington. Any relation to the Haversham Widdringtons? EDWARD [offhanded] Poor relation. Quite destitute. LYDIA [musing] Still. She's got a good back. Does she ride? MUSIC SCENE 5. STUDY SOUND DOOR OPENS LESLIE So sorry about that-- EDWARD You couldn't have known. LESLIE It's dreadfully easy to fall into old habits. EDWARD Old? LESLIE I wasn't always "how you see me now." Impoverished. I was polished at the finest schools, only to find that the family coffer had been tapped out to pay death duties and father's debts. And that, as they say, was that. EDWARD At least you're not bitter. LESLIE Oh you should have heard me a year ago. I would have blistered a sailor's ears. EDWARD And now? LESLIE [pleased] Now, I am employed. EDWARD And you don't mind? LESLIE Well I'm also intrigued by your dilemma - most particularly because it's not my own. EDWARD [laughs] LESLIE But today's problem is your social calander. EDWARD oh? More cancellations? LESLIE Every dinner party, every engagement for the opera, every ball. EDWARD Everything that might possibly involve late nights, in other words. LESLIE Precisely. But there are still afternoon teas, ascot, and a tentative engagement for croquet. EDWARD [sulky] Suddenly I'm an elderly uncle. MUSIC - CHRISTMAS SCENE 6. NEXT YEAR SOUND DRIPPING SOUND STEAM HISS SOUND DOOR OPENS LESLIE Time? EDWARD [sigh] Yes. SOUND HUGE SWOOSH OF WATER EDWARD [disgusted sigh] LESLIE I brought some heated towels. EDWARD I am par-broiled. I'll need more than towels! MUSIC SCENE 7. STUDY SOUND DOOR OPENS, FABRIC RUBS LESLIE Check off steam pipes. EDWARD Yes. Just turned her from cold water to hot. The Turkish baths for the past month seem to have helped a bit, but on the whole, it was‑‑ [searching for the right word] LESLIE [teasing] A washout? EDWARD Oh, please don't. LESLIE [apologetic] Sorry. I thought that since steam-pipes could lie hundreds of feet deep in water, and still retain sufficient heat to drive the water away in vapor, they might‑‑ EDWARD [cutting her off] It was a good sight better than any of my ideas. Trying to evaporate the ghost into steam. LESLIE Now you have a year to plan. Again. EDWARD I don't know. I doubt my health can take another such night. And the room is destroyed. Again. Anything not simply soaked through has been cracked and warped to an extent that I've no doubt it will break me to repair. LESLIE Heat can do terrible things. Tea. SOUND POURS EDWARD [sips] Worst of all, as the last drop of the water ghost was slowly sizzling itself out on the floor, she whispered that this scheme would avail me nothing, because-- GHOST There is always water in great plenty where I come from, and next year will find me rehabilitated and as exasperatingly saturating as ever. EDWARD She will always be wet. So I must somehow be dry... MUSIC SCENE 8. CASTLE SOUND TEA SOUND CONSTRUCTION [OFF] MOTHER Must they be so loud? EDWARD At least I can tell they're working. MOTHER So it happened again? EDWARD You can't be surprised. You had to go through it, didn't you? With father? MOTHER Oh, no. No, I didn't even know about it for quite years. EDWARD How the devil? MOTHER Language. EDWARD I'll devil as I please, until I get what I want. MOTHER When your father inherited the title - after his father died of pneumonia, as I recall. EDWARD [sarcasm] Imagine. MOTHER Hush. It was in the spring, and Henry somehow managed to pick a dreadful quarrel with me - something that sent me flying home to mother for the holidays. EDWARD Truly? That was clever. MOTHER And I believe there was a year where he had to take a business trip. EDWARD to the tropics, by any chance? MOTHER May very well have been. I believe I spent the holidays with my sister, in town. EDWARD And he kept this up for years and years? MOTHER Well you were away at school for much of this. EDWARD No wonder he never had me home for the winter holidays. I was rather bereft at the time. MOTHER We sent presents. EDWARD Much appreciated, but-- MOTHER So - what are you doing about this? EDWARD I tried steam pipes. SOUND CRASH EDWARD That's what they are engaged in repairing upstairs at the moment, and-- MOTHER Not that! What are you doing about providing me with a brace of grandchildren to brighten my declining years? EDWARD Oh, that. [sigh] MUSIC SCENE 9. STUDY SOUND TEARING PAPER - letter opening. LESLIE Hmm. Catalog of some sort? [gasp, the laughing a bit] oh-ho. SOUND DOOR OPENS EDWARD What's the joke? LESLIE [arch] A catalog of gentlemen's garments? EDWARD Hmm? LESLIE In the finest quality india rubber? EDWARD Oh that! Uhhhhh... It's not what you-- LESLIE I would assume they're for waterproofing, except that many of them seem to be ... excised in certain locations. EDWARD Skip to the back. They assured me there would be more... complete... units. SOUND PAGES FLIP LESLIE Ah. So you're thinking--? EDWARD If I can't keep the room dry, at least I might be able to keep my person insulated. LESLIE If you were to wear one of these over something in wool, perhaps? EDWARD Mm. I would start to look like a child in swaddling. LESLIE Better swaddled than soaked. EDWARD True. LESLIE And it would be warm, even if wet. EDWARD Wouldn't want to get cold. I might -- [idea] oh! LESLIE Oh? EDWARD I've got it! LESLIE Do tell? EDWARD Order me one of those - a size bigger than my suits, and in their thickest rubber. Then another two sizes larger. LESLIE Why? EDWARD I'll let you guess. I must go and consult a furrier. MUSIC SCENE 10. MONTAGE - PHONE CALLS LESLIE That sounds like it will precisely fill the bill. And everything is reinforced with asbestos? Very good. EDWARD You have the address to ship to? Excellent. I realize it will take a prodigious amount of power to maintain. If necessary, I shall buy the power company! LESLIE Woolens. Two sizes larger than I had originally inquired. Yes - the warmest you have. Oh, no, he likes it thick. EDWARD No, no, the first set was quite satisfactory. [annoyed] Please place my order and refrain from further comment on my proclivities! MUSIC SCENE 11. DRESSING ROOM SOUND CHRISTMAS CAROLS PLAY LIGHTLY IN THE BACKGROUND SOUNDS RUBBERY SQUEAKS AND RUSTLES AS SHE DRESSES HIM. EDWARD I've come to hate that music. LESLIE This may be the last time it calls to mind such misfortunes. I've stitched the wool together at the waist. Too bad your valet can be no help. EDWARD He demanded this week off. No wish to be anywhere in the entire country when the ghost arrives. LESLIE Some people simply do not pay attention. The ghost only makes a bother in a given vicinity for a given time. EDWARD Logic has nothing to do with superstitious fear. Let's see if the second rubber suit will go on. LESLIE I've brought talc. EDWARD You plan for everything, don't you? LESLIE That's why you keep me around, though I must say you are the master planner here. Fur, then rubber, then wool, and rubber again - she shan't be able to get a drop of her icy dampness near you! EDWARD No, indeed. Have you noticed, is it still snowing? LESLIE There are great drifts on the windward side of the house, though the wind has died away. EDWARD Excellent. LESLIE When this is all over, you can focus on finding yourself a bride and satisfying your poor mother. EDWARD [musing] Yes. LESLIE Now the diving helmet. SOUND LARGE METAL PICKED UP MUSIC SCENE 12. MUD ROOM / PORCH SOUND DOOR OPENS, HEAVY SQUEAKY RUBBER NOISES ENTER SOUND CLOCK CHIMES TWELVE, DOOR SHUT IN THE MIDDLE OF IT SOUND CAREFULLY SITTING DOWN EDWARD [slightly canned throughout - in his diving helmet] Oh... that's a bit tight. SOUND SQUEAK AS HE ADJUSTS EDWARD [hums a bit] SOUND BANGING OF DOORS, WIND, SPLASH EDWARD Right on time. GHOST Greetings. You must know you cannot avoid me by hiding here in - in - what is this room, anyway? EDWARD It is called a mud room, and I'm not hiding. In fact, I'm glad to see you. GHOST You are the most original man I've met, if that is true. And what an odd hat! EDWARD It is a little portable observatory I had made for just such engagements as this. SOUND CLUNK ON HELMET EDWARD Is it true that you are doomed to follow me for one mortal hour -- to stand where I stand, to sit where I sit? GHOST That is my detestable fate. EDWARD Let's go for a walk, then. GHOST You cannot get rid of me that way! My water does not wear out with movement of any sort. I will merely damage more of your home. EDWARD Then we will not walk through the house. Come along. SOUND SQUEAKING, FOOTSTEPS SOUND DRIPPING SQUISHES FOLLOW SOUND DOOR OPENS, SNOWSTORM, FEET INTO SNOW SCENE 13. OUTSIDE SOUND XMAS MUSIC NEARBY FROM INSIDE GHOST But, my dear sir! It is fearfully cold out there! You shall be frozen hard before you've been out ten minutes. EDWARD Not I! I am very warmly dressed. Come along! SOUND SNOWSTORM GETS LOUDER TO SHOW TIME SOUND MUSIC IS FARTHER AWAY GHOST Oh sir! You walk too slowly! I am nearly frozen. EDWARD Is that so. Hmm. GHOST My knees are so stiff now I can hardly move. I beseech you to accelerate your step. EDWARD I should like to oblige a lady, but my clothes are rather heavy, and a hundred yards an hour is about my top speed. Indeed, I think we would better sit down here on this snowdrift and talk matters over. GHOST Do not! Do not do so, I beg! Let us move along. I feel myself growing rigid as it is. If we stop here, I shall be frozen stiff. EDWARD [chuckles] That, madam, is precisely why I have brought you here. We have been on this spot just ten minutes; we have fifty more before your hour ends. Take your time about it, madam, but freeze, that is all I ask of you. GHOST I cannot move my right leg now! And my overskirt is a solid sheet of ice. Oh, good, kind Mr. Oglethorpe, light a fire, and let me go free from these icy fetters. EDWARD Never, madam. I have you at last, and I plan to keep you! GHOST Alas! Help me, I beg. I congeal! EDWARD Congeal, madam, congeal! You have drenched me and mine for over two hundred years, madam. Tonight you have had your last drench. GHOST Ah, but I shall thaw out again, and then you'll see. Instead of the comfortably tepid, genial ghost I have been in my past, sir, I shall be iced water! EDWARD No, you won't, either! For when you are frozen quite stiff, I shall send you to a cold-storage warehouse, and there you shall remain an icy work of art forever more. GHOST But warehouses burn. EDWARD So they do, but this warehouse cannot burn. It is made of asbestos and surrounding it are fireproof walls. GHOST For the last time let me beseech you. I would go on my knees to you, Oglethorpe, were they not already frozen. [freezing up] I beg of you do not doom me-- SOUND DISTANT CLOCK STRIKES ONE SOUND CRACKLE OF ICE SOUND WIND RISES EDWARD I do feel for you, miss. But I feel for myself more. MUSIC SCENE 14. STUDY SOUND PHONE HUNG UP LESLIE Delivery was made, and all is well. The room has been sealed, and that, as they say, is that. EDWARD I'm almost at a loss. LESLIE What? Why? EDWARD If you have an obstacle for such a long time, then it is gone, what can be left? LESLIE Your mother still wishes for grandchildren. EDWARD Now that "all good families" will have me over again? LESLIE You are now not only rich and titled and eligible, you are also known to have single-handedly defeated an ancestral ghost. You are quite the talk of the town. Parents will be lining up to introduce their marriageable daughters to you. EDWARD I think I can save them the trouble. LESLIE What do you mean? EDWARD There is something very alluring about a person who will stand by you through thick and thin. LESLIE [oblivious] You're still upset that they wouldn't have anything to do with you while you were haunted? EDWARD I shan't pay any mind to what they did. Just what you did. LESLIE Pardon? EDWARD [teasing] Are you not interested in being the mistress of Harrowby Hall? There is an opening in that position. LESLIE [startled] Me? Marry you? EDWARD If not you, my next best option is to thaw out the ghost and make an honest woman of her. I'm reasonably certain we're far enough removed that it would be legal. LESLIE You're quite serious? About me, not her. EDWARD Of course. About you, not her. LESLIE Of course! CLOSER END
Béalleka Makau is a docteur, a liberation coach, cultural literary education and TEDx Speaker who spoke on the topic of "Radical Empathy Disrupts Entitlement." However, she will not be discussing nunadat today (However, you can learn more about her on Episode 19 of TNWID)! Today, I am honored to say, Béalleka will be helping me with a "Take Nothing When I Die" first: A guest who interviews me! In this conversation, I spill about: The ability to be tired AND ALSO grateful The importance of embracing your geographical history How a high school leadership program paved the way to creating this platform What it meant to me to explore my blackness Why working in the civil rights unit for the Federal Government did not help people the way I thought it would The search for Black and brown people interested in self-development Diving into my fear of being wrong How my path shifts my ancestors' before me and the ones who will come after me Honorable Mentions: Ep. 2 with Paul Carrick Brunson The Story Doula Jamila Reddy Tristan Katz The Relationship Handbook Sister Outsider Octavia's Brood Emergent Strategy Set Boundaries, Find Peace Raising Free People If you are inspired by TNWID, I invite you to check out my website: StephanieGhoston.com/TNWID. Here you can find more information about the podcast AND you can sign up here to read the latest updates for TNWID before anyone else for FREE! Let's stay connected so you don't miss a thing! You can also join Patreon to watch videos from the podcast, ask me questions, and authentically connect with other Living Ancestors! Thank you for listening. And remember, you are a living ancestor! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tnwid/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tnwid/support
Family constellations work has been extremely helpful in my own path and I'm so excited to share this healing modality with you. So many of the challenges we face don't actually start from us, such as people pleasing, certain triggers or fears. Actually according to Marine 80-90% of them come from our family's. In this conversation, we discuss epigenetics, ancestral healing and how to bring about reconciliation with the work of Family Constellations. Enjoy! Check out Marine's new book: www.marineselenee.com/book/ Join my Free Discover Your Soul Purpose Masterclass at www.iamsahararose.com/masterclass Get 20% off all products at animamundiherbals.com/ with coupon code ROSE20 Get 15% off your BluBlox pair at www.blublox.com/sahara Join Rose Gold Goddesses, the sacred sisterhood collective all about embodying the Goddess within at www.RoseGoldGoddesses.com Intro + Outro Music: Silent Ganges by Maneesh de Moor Connect with me for daily Ayurvedic and modern spiritual wisdom at: Instagram.com/iamsahararose Facebook.com/iamsahararose Twitter.com/iamsahararose Order My Books: www.iamsahararose.com/books By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that the entire contents are the property of Sahara Rose, or used by Sahara Rose with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of the Sahara Rose, which may be requested by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. This podcast is for educational purposes only. The host claims no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the information presented herein.
"Water is also connected to the subconscious realm and every water holds different information" On this episode, we talked about: Water as a connection with life Healing potency of water Dealing with pain in our life All elements are sacred Having the opportunity to shift things Learning how to listen to the water Feeling water moving through my senses About Rocio: I am a healing artist. I work with water intimately and creatively, becoming an extension of her to touch your body and soul so that you remember who you are, and so you can heal yourself. I am a Vaginal Steam Hydrotherapist, Ceremonialist, Spiritual Counselor, Energy and Sound Healer with a Sociology degree/background. Born and raised in Los Angeles, the daughter of migrant parents from Michoacan, Mexico, my practice stems from indigenous-based healing, epigenetics, and Women's Wholeness Medicine fusing water healing techniques to support personal transformation, grief work, sexual trauma, ancestor connection, and womb healing. My unique work uses water and sound as a SACRED medium to catalyze somatic healing that transcends time and space. Ancestral, intergenerational, conception, womb, birth, and early childhood imprinting gets unveiled through the work. This process allows you to uncover limiting truths and create a more intimate communication with your soul and your healing. I've been practicing healing arts for 20 years. I curate sacred ritualistic healing experiences with water, and specifically natural bodies of water in nature, to enhance the healing potential of the land. Reviews are like a virtual hug and you know I LOVE hugs! It would mean a world to me if you could please write me an honest review so more women can find this show
Today I am joined with my husband and fellow certified health coach, Chase Chewning to discuss how culture and our local environment play a role in our overall health and wellbeing. We begin by discussing Blue Zones around the world, which have the highest population of centenarians due to not only their diets, but their way of living. We then dive into various regions of the world and the foods that are local to them in offering nutritional value well beyond just calories. Finally we explore a few of the many superfoods that you can try to incorporate into your every day diet. To try my absolute favorite CBD product line from Cured Nutrition, use code "MAY10" at checkout for 10% off your entire order or simply click the link here Cured Nutrition If you're interested in consuming slow-release caffeinated vanilla or matcha lattes, or if you're a coffee drinker who wants a little more collagen and protein in their diet, use code "MAY15" at checkout for 15% off your entire order or simply click the link here Strong Coffee Use my WearFigs code to get a $20 gift card on purchases of $100+ http://fbuy.me/ofl13 For nursing tips, my experiences, and more musings on the show, follow our Instagram @_maysanatomy or follow my personal account @mayyazdi This is an Operation Podcast production. email@example.com
Fala, Fala minha Amiga, meu Amigo BIOENERGÉTICO! Temos um convidado TOP hoje no Canal do PEC. Falamos com Caio Fleury. Escritor, palestrante, jornalista investigativo, pesquisador independente da literatura científica, Bacharel em Business Management pela Griffith University, em Queensland – Austrália (2008). Professor e autor dos livros “A Dieta dos Nossos Ancestrais (2011)” e “A dieta Low-Carb (2015)”. Fui inspirado a escrever este site devido a carência de informações científicas disponíveis em língua portuguesa sobre dieta low carb e antienvelhecimento. Para conhecer mais do trabalho do Caio, visite https://primalbrasil.com.br E agora, vamos ao que interessa! Depois de escutar este episódio do Projeto Energia Crônica, visite nosso site http://www.projetoenergiacronica.com para saber mais sobre a Revolucionária Biomodulação Energética Integrada que é capaz de te energizar e transformar sua saúde de uma vez por todas! ❌SEM tomar medicamentos perigosos e contínuos. ❌SEM dietas milagrosas. ❌SEM privar-se das coisas boas da vida. (mesmo que você tenha apenas 15 minutos durante seu dia) Tenha um ótimo dia!!! Até a próxima! Vanessa e Bruno Fundadores do Projeto Energia Crônica
On this week's episode Dr Ashley Scarlett chats with guest Dr Carlos Peredo about The evolutionary history of marine mammals and the extreme adaptations they developed for eating their prey. Ashley's Notes__________ how they became what they are today Changes in feeding ecology Studying fossill whales (megafauna)- palaeontology (Ancestral whales) primitive whales - Basilosaurs BACIL O SOURS meaning "king lizard The earliest specimens were found in Alabama in the 1830s, functional pelvic limb sharp-toothed creature that lived 40-35 million Extreme modifications- and adapting to the marine life How the mammal body change to become a marine mammal represent major evolutionary innovations let's generally do how marine mammals adapt to feeding in the water, with our biggest emphasis on whales and pinnipeds The evolutionary history of aquatic mammals departed from using ancestral terrestrial feeding mechanisms and adopted novel ways of feeding Short Bio: Dr. Carlos Peredo is an NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Biology and a University of Michigan Society of Fellows Postdoctoral Scholar. His research focuses on understanding the macroevolutionary patterns associated with mammals returning to a marine environment. Carlos studies major ecological transitions in Earth history and how they drive the evolutionary origins of key innovations in mammals to facilitate life in the water. Currently Carlos is studying the loss of mastication in two lineages of marine mammals: whales and pinnipeds.
Kalisha is an evolutionist and generational pattern shifter who is currently: healing ancestral trauma; unlearning social conditioning; practicing self-love and compassion; and creating safe spaces for healing. She is excited to shine her light and share her journey with others. https://www.alishawithakay.com/links
Deatra Cohen & Adam Siegel, authors of the acclaimed book Ashkenazi Herbalism, bring us on a journey into Eastern European plant remedies and the world of traditional Ashkenazi Jewish healers. They offer wisdom on building relationships with ancestral plants, and share candidly about the gifts and challenges of their journey into rediscovering the herbal medicines of their people.
Dhivan, author of 'This Being, That Becomes', talks about some of the historical Buddha's ideas on how conscious awareness can influence unconscious patterns that keep us imprisoned in a fixed sense of self. Excerpted from the talk entitled Doors to Freedom - the Buddha's Psychology of Liberation, Buddhafield, 2012. *** Subscribe to our Dharmabytes podcast - bite-sized inspiration three times every week! (Apple Podcasts) Subscribe to our Free Buddhist Audio podcast - a full Dharma talk every week! (Apple Podcasts) Subscribe using these RSS feeds or search for Free Buddhist Audio or Dharmabytes in your favourite podcast service! Help us keep FBA Podcasts free for everyone: donate now! Follow Free Buddhist Audio: YouTube | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud
This week, Maureen Taylor, The Photo Detective, is joined by Jessica Rose Harpley, an Assistant Curator at The Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Specifically, Jessica works in the Department of Performance, Furniture, and Textiles. Maureen and Jessica discuss one of Victoria and Albert's latest exhibits which Jessica helped curate. Called, “Bags: Inside Out” the exhibit examines the role that bags, be it handbags, briefcases, and yes, the Queen's tiny purses are mentioned, and what role they have played throughout the centuries in regards to fashion. From frivolousness to practicality, this episode looks at these accessories and how a single item can tell a very interesting story about the individual holding it. Related Episodes:Episode 132: The Wedding Detectives Charlotte Sibtain and Cole MoretonEpisode 119: Dressing for the Camera: Rules Our Foremothers Followed and Sometimes BrokeLinks:Bags Inside Out Exhibit at the Victoria and Albert MuseumSign up for my newsletter.Watch my YouTube Channel.Like the Photo Detective Facebook Page so you get notified of my Facebook Live videos.Need help organizing your photos? Check out the Essential Photo Organizing Video Course.Need help identifying family photos? Check out the Identifying Family Photographs Online Course.Have a photo you need help identifying? Sign up for photo consultation.About My Guest:Jessica Rose Harpley is an Assistant Curator at The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England, within The Department of Performance, Furniture, Textiles, and Fashion, having formerly worked within The Costume and Textile Department at Norwich Castle Museum. Jessica has a Master's degree in Fashion Cultures from The London College of Fashion, and has published on the chatelaine, exploring their use and representation within Victorian Britain. She has specific interests in the nineteenth and early twentieth century, including gender theory and the construction of the self via dress; and, the dissemination and representation of fashion, most notably through women's periodicals.About Maureen Taylor:Maureen is a frequent keynote speaker on photo identification, photograph preservation, and family history at historical and genealogical societies, museums, conferences, libraries, and other organizations across the U.S., London, and Canada. She's the author of several books and hundreds of articles and her television appearances include The View and The Today Show (where she researched and presented a complete family tree for host Meredith Vieira). She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Better Homes and Gardens, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Living, Germany's top newspaper Der Spiegel, American Spirit, and The New York Times. Maureen was recently a spokesperson and photograph expert for MyHeritage.com, an internationally known family history website, and also writes guidebooks, scholarly articles, and online columns for such media as Smithsonian.com. Learn more at Maureentaylor.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts
In this episode, Chelsea is joined by Andrea Donnely, celestial mentor, angelic alchemist, quantum sound and energy healer and CEO of We Are Here 2 Remember LLC. Andrea is so in tune to her spirituality and past self and her advice for you will definitely be useful. They discuss: Practical steps for doing the work, letting go, surrendering, leaning in Being aware of the gifts you were born with and not suppressing them Dealing with spiritual skepticism Ancestral trauma Finding your sacred purpose CONNECT WITH ANDREA: Website: https://www.wearehere2remember.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/seawitchery/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/474826280104218 Email firstname.lastname@example.org to access the discount if you want to join the presale on Angelic Alchemy Academy. CONNECT WITH CHELSEA:
Being aware of ancestral trauma is an important awareness to have as a coach, but what does that look like in our work with clients? In this conversation with spiritual teacher Thomas Hübl we explore the deeper layers of individual ancestral and collective trauma integration, working with subtle sensing, the process of numbing, collective healing spaces and becoming living updates. Thomas Hübl is a renowned teacher, author, and international facilitator whose lifelong work integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions and mysticism with the discoveries of science. Since 2004, he has taught and facilitated programs with more than 100,000 people worldwide, including online courses which he began offering in 2008. The origin of his work and more than two decades of study and practice on healing collective trauma is detailed in his book Healing Collective Trauma: A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds.
Mazal Masoud Etedgi, founder of B'samim Apothecary, shares Moroccan Jewish plant magic and sacred prayersong, and speaks into the challenges of longing and belonging in diaspora. Mazal offers insight into ancestral healing at the intersections of creativity, chronic illness and trans and non-binary identity.
On this week's episode of The Primal Kitchen Podcast hosted by Mark Sisson and Morgan Zanotti, Morgan chats with social media influencer Yovana! Join this duo as they discuss Yovana's personal food journey from raw vegan to omnivore. She goes in-depth on how her diet and lifestyle impacted her mental and physical health, as well as the challenges of internet fame, including cyberbullying. Yovana shares with Morgan how she found her diet fit, overcame fertility issues, and launched her new diet-inclusive app, SimpleFit, helping other folks find the healthy lifestyle that works for them.
Ancestral work does more than reveal your family tree, it brings connection and nourishing wholeness to yourself through your family lineage. That's why episode 33 of Cosmic RX Radio is about Scorpio ancestral healing! In this episode of Cosmic RX Radio, Madi Murphy is sharing the importance of ancestral healing to become a better ancestor yourself and actionable steps you can take right now to begin closing the gap between you and your family lineage. Shop our limited edition “Notes from Your Higher Self” Oracle Cards or check out our Cosmic Wellness and Spiritual Healing Courses here. Some of the talking points Madi goes over in this episode include:Breaking down the difference between a return and a retrograde. The deep importance and necessity of connecting with your ancestors. How to connect with your ancestors regardless of what your current family ties or knowledge of your family looks like.Doing ancestral work to find a deeper connection with yourself through your interests, behaviors, and patterns.How this work makes you a better ancestor for the generations that will come after you. Ways to implement these practices and rituals into your life to connect wholly and with boundaries. Alright, you cosmic baddie. Tune in next week… and, until then, remember: love yourself fully, work your magic and take no shit! Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on becoming and doing better and to hear even more about the points outlined above.Thank you for listening!If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me! And don't forget to subscribe, rate and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!Looking to ask our Cosmic Consultant something juicy?! Drop your question here. Learn more about Cosmic RX Radio at https://cosmicrxradio.buzzsprout.com/CONNECT WITH MADI MURPHY:Cosmic RXInstagramTwitterBirth Chart DecoderLINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:Me and White Supremacy by Layla Saad