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Archangel Metatron and Archeia Sophia, Lady Constance, help us to tap into our own inner-light and teaches us to use our spiritual abilities for the highest good for ourselves and others. •Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org -Music: email@example.com -Counseling: Fullcirclecounselingservice@gmail.com •New Contact: Sara Goulao Portela (Certified Holistic Healer) - firstname.lastname@example.org •Full Circle Counseling - https://www.keandranesmith.com/ •Dream interpretations - https://www.keandranesmith.com/services •Reiki/Cardinal Healing - https://www.keandranesmith.com/services •Linktree- https://linktr.ee/agentk21podcast •Music Linktree - https://linktr.ee/Agentk21music?utm_source=linktree_profile_share •Donations - https://linktr.ee/agentk21podcast •Cash App Donations - https://cash.app/$agentk21 •Music Lessons Website - https://agentk21music.wixsite.com/mysite •Merchandise Store - https://1111-podcast.creator-spring.com •Social Media: @agentk21podcast (IG); @agentk21 (Twitter) •YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCVMPPFBImTwvXpbx-ndg-ZQ •Introduction music: “Interlude” by @Agentk21music (IG) - https://soundcloud.com/agentk21/interlude •Background music - “Arrow” - https://soundcloud.com/agentk21/arrow
Makena and Sapha are the founders of Sacred Rebels Recovery, a project supporting individuals in recovery from addiction through land based treatment and plant medicine in Peru, in association with Nihue Rao Centro Espiritual. According to the International Journal of Indigenous Health, land-based healing is a culturally defined practice, program, or service that takes place in an urban nature-based, rural, or remote location, on a land base that has been intentionally spiritually cultivated, honored, and respected (Hanson, 2012). The land is situated as firmly relational within an Indigenous pedagogy, and is understood to be an active “partner to the person or people engaged in the healing process” (Hanson, 2012, p. 2). Steps are taken to identify how an individual or community's relationship with the land, self, and others has been disrupted and how best to help renew this relationship (Laurie, 2013). This has also been referred to as “land-based intervention” in the literature (Walsh et al., 2018). Sapha and Makena discuss the importance of being in community, how they were first exposed to permaculture, and the magical way that gardens attract community and offer a meeting place for connection to spark. We also explore some ways that permaculture can be practiced, either to reproduce colonial systems or to deconstruct them. The conversation turns to addiction, and the prejudice that people who use psychedelics can face from the recovery community. Sacred Rebels Recovery is bringing together land based healing with community, both in the jungle and virtually. Sapha and Makena share about working alongside the local community village Llanchama (sounds like yawn-chama), which neighbors Nihue Rao, about 1 hour away from Iquitos by motocar/river boat. This collaboration adds value to the recovery journey, as knowledge and healing is shared and integrated. Sapha and Makena shared with me in an email that Sacred Rebels Recovery is indigenous owned and operated, and visitors/residents have the opportunity to access psychedelic therapy and permaculture during the inpatient treatment process, which is generally not available with treatment in North America. The modalities are traditional indigenous healing practices held in a traditional container by indigenous people. Land based healing abroad adds a layer of adventure to the experience and an opportunity for the individual to be away from the city or town they used drugs in for an extended period of time. They also get the chance to experience a different culture, art, spirituality, and way of life. Their time away gives the family or closest care of the individual seeking treatment a break and ability to create healthy distance to allow space for healing on both sides. Seeking treatment internationally can also be more cost effective. Sapha and Makena's intention as stewards of the land is to develop food forests and systems that can thrive with native medicinal and edible plants, so the local community can continue to cultivate and enjoy the fruits of the land for years to come. They are also hosting ayahuasca retreats and residential programs for individuals on a path of addiction recovery. The conversation also includes a discussion of the ways that ayahuasca and other native jungle plants have supported us in our individual recovery/mental health journeys. There were various candid appearances in the background of this episode, from people splitting wood, dogs barking, planes flying overhead, birds singing, motorcars, to other jungle creatures. Thank you for your patience and understanding :) Links: sacredrebelsrecovery.com IG: @sacredrebelsrecovery email@example.com Youtube: @sacredrebelsrecovery
Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
A 5-year-old Georgia boy, Cairo Ammar Jordan, found dead in a suitcase in Indiana laid to rest. His mother, Dejuane Ludie accused in his death, but she is still at large. Indiana police say another suspect, 40-year-old Dawn Elaine Coleman of Shreveport, Louisiana, is in custody. Investigators say the little boy died from an electrolyte imbalance. The medical examiner says that the imbalance was most likely due to a “viral gastroenteritis” caused by excessive vomiting or diarrhea. Toxicology tests came back negative and the boy had no severe injuries. Police do not believe the boy was alive when he was placed inside the suitcase. A mushroom hunter found the hardshell suitcase, which features the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign. The boy's mother posted online recently saying she believed the child was really a 100-year-old demon. TIPLINE: Indiana State Police (888) 437-6432 (within Indiana) or Detective Matt Busick, Indiana State Police in Sellersburg (812) 248-4374 or (800) 872-6743 Joining Nancy Grace Today: Steve Kramer - Former FBI Attorney and Federal Prosecutor, President: Indago Solutions, Indago.ai, Led the team that identified the Golden State Killer, Co-Founder of the FBI's Forensic Genetic Genealogy (FGG) Program Dr. Thomas Plante - The Augustin Cardinal Bea, S.J., Professor of Psychology and Religious Studies, Santa Clara University; Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine; Editor, Spirituality in Clinical Practice; Author: " Human Interaction with the Divine, the Sacred, and the Deceased: Psychological, Scientific, and Theological Perspectives." Detective Matt Busick - Investigations, Indiana State Police (Sellersburg, IN) Joe Scott Morgan - Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University, Author, "Blood Beneath My Feet", Host: "Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan" Max Lewis - Reporter, FOX59 (Indianapolis), Twitter/Instagram: @MaxLewisTV, Facebook.com/MaxLewisTV See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This guided meditation provides an immersive and peaceful meditation experience. You will be asked to take deep breaths and open your heart to the light of Reiki. Colleen will guided you across a bridge of light to the base of the sacred mountain Mount Kurma, which is full of life. During the climb, you will be supported by the energy of the earth and the harmony of the forest. On reaching the highest point, you are invited to relax and appreciate the beauty of the sky. There are moments of silences during this meditation for you to have your own inner experience. The Reiki Lifestyle® Podcast: The podcast where we talk about all things Reiki! The Reiki Lifestyle Podcast is for all members of the Reiki community, lineages, and levels of training! Reiki questions and topics can be about everything; personal development, spiritual growth, Reiki healing techniques, teaching Reiki, Reiki training, and other professional Reiki business practices. https://reikilifestyle.com/podcast/ **DISCLAIMER** This episode is not a substitute for seeking professional medical care but is offered for relaxation and stress reduction which support the body's natural healing capabilities. Reiki is a complement to and never a replacement for professional medical care. Colleen and Robyn are not licensed professional health care providers and urge you to always seek out the appropriate physical and mental help professional health care providers may offer. Results vary by individual. Colleen and Robyn can be reached at: ReikiLifestyle.com Contact Colleen: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: @reikilifestyle Instagram: @colleenbenelli Contact Robyn: email@example.com Facebook/Instagram: @robynbenellireiki
Unaware, most Christians do life through a secular-sacred prism. We believe there are arenas that are isolated to the secular and others given to the sacred. Along similar lines we believe there things reserved for our minds to do and other, more private things, for our hearts to do. None of this is biblical and none of it is helpful. Most Christian colleges fall prey to this same schism and all politicians are chained to the secular-sacred split. In this ground-laying episode I clarify my own presuppositions and define important terms. Come think and laugh with me!
Instead of respecting boundaries, white archeologists pillaged our ancestral graves. As they dug through centuries of history, they found countless jars and bottles – which they dismissed as trash. Little did they know, these jars and bottles represent something crucial to our spirits. _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists to amplify the stories of Black history you didn't learn in school. You make PushBlack happen with your contributions at BlackHistoryYear.com — most people donate $10 a month, but every dollar makes a difference. If this episode moved you, share it with your people! Thanks for supporting the work. The production team for this podcast includes Cydney Smith, Len Webb, and Lilly Workneh. Our editors are Lance John and Avery Phillips from Gifted Sounds Network. Julian Walker serves as executive producer." To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Growing up in Australia, Gaye Strathearn faced a dilemma familiar to many faithful families: how to balance Sabbath day observance with the demands of the world. As a young girl, she worried that her non-member father might feel left out as the family spent hours at church. But as she grew older, Gaye began to see the Sabbath not as a burden but as a sacred opportunity to connect with God and with loved ones. Now, as a respected gospel scholar, Gaye has compiled a collection of essays exploring the commandment of the Sabbath from its origins on Sinai to its relevance in the 21st century. “If this is a part of our covenant journey, all of us are at different places on that covenant journey and our understanding of the Sabbath is going to be at different places. And so let's have people grow into their understanding.” —Gaye Strathearn 8:39- Assumptions 11:34- The Way We Ask Questions 14:18- Why the Study of the Sabbath? 22:37- The Sabbath as a Covenant 31:40- The Modern Sabbath 36:48- Be Still and Know 43:42- Praise 49:24- The Opportunity to Worship 52:40- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
It seems we're all in funk lately, lots of fears, worries, and uncertainties rocking the boat of our existence - it's exhausting, but it doesn't have to be this way. Listen in to Michael Sandler as he unravels the secrets to instant anxiety relief in this captivating episode. Are you tired of feeling stuck in a never-ending cycle of fears, worries, and uncertainties? We'll talk about 3 sacred practices that will help you shed those jitters and reclaim your energy. Discover powerful techniques to break free from the gloom and doom you've been told, and unleash your true potential as the creator of your own world. Get ready to transform your life and embrace the joyous journey toward inner peace. Tune in now and unlock the power within! To find out more visit: https://amzn.to/3qULECz - Order Michael Sandler's book, "AWE, the Automatic Writing Experience" www.automaticwriting.com - Automatic Writing Experience Course www.inspirenationuniversity.com - Michael Sandler's School of Mystics Join Our YouTube Membership for behind-the-scenes access - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoOM-cCEPbJ1vzlQAFQu1A/join https://inspirenationshow.com/ https://www.dailywoohoo.com/ - Sign up for my FREE daily newsletter for high-vibration content. ……. Follow Michael and Jessica's exciting journey and get even more great tools, tips, and behind-the-scenes access. Go to https://www.patreon.com/inspirenation For free meditations, weekly tips, stories, and similar shows visit: https://inspirenationshow.com/ We've got Merch! - https://teespring.com/stores/inspire-nation-store Follow Inspire Nation, and the lives of Michael and Jessica, on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/InspireNationLive/ Find us on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@inspirenationshow
Public Speaking: Your Competitive Advantage
Are you an empowered public speaker, or do you shy away from the challenges that speaking presents even though you know they are necessary for growth? Then listen in as my guest, Victoria Rader, helps you focus on your message instead of yourself and explains how using "what if?" scenarios enables you to shift your attention to the possibility of success. Victoria is a transformational speaker and founder of YU2SHINE. She empowers coaches, entrepreneurs, and people who seek personal development to grow in all areas of their lives through the proven formula of success. As a result, they have more peace, purpose, and prosperity. Takeaways - How to know if you are meant to be a public speaker - The difference between scared and sacred - A way to overcome your fear of public speaking - The main qualities of being a good public speaker - Where you should start to prepare to be a public speaker - A solidnumber one go to technique? Resources - YU2SHINE.com - The Captivating Public Speaker on Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BJ8HRPWC
Sacred Symbols: A PlayStation Podcast
A minor culling is underway at and around PlayStation, with a smaller first party studio going away and an in-production second party FPS seemingly cancelled. But it's unclear why this would necessarily be looked at as a bad thing. If teams and products aren't living up to their promise -- and if they presumably don't reach an ever-increasing quality bar internally -- shouldn't they be cut loose? Still, at a time when consolidation and headcount means anything, that Sony is taking these risks indicates there's more at play, with the potential of a brighter future on the other side. Let's discuss. Other news this week includes massive numbers for the Horizon franchise, now Sony's sixth best-selling series ever, while Pokémon studio GameFreak gets into bed with Take Two and PS+ gets its strongest slate of new additions in months. Finally, we wrap things up -- as always -- with listener inquiries. Was IGN wrong to say that games its staff has never heard of aren't worth your attention to begin with? Have the Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters invoked a new interest in Stranger of Paradise? Can anything be done to halt the death of game rentals? Will we ever recover from how hard The Good Doctor makes us laugh? Thanks to our sponsors! Get 20% off at https://www.liquidiv.com and use code Sacred at checkout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Speaker: Jake Each
Welcome back to episode 73 of The Great Deception Podcast where I was a guest on Generation Zed podcast with Dave Zed & Brandon Thomas from Expanding Reality Podcast. This is a part 1 of a 3 part series where we discuss sacred geography, Ley Lines, earth energy and much more! Parts 2 & 3 will also have Matthew Smith, so stay tuned! Video (highly recommended) on Spotify Please leave a review, share the show and support Dave & Brandon! Brandon Thomas from Expanding Reality linktr.ee/expandingreality https://www.expandingrealitypodcast.com expandingreality2022 Dave Zed from Generation Zed https://www.instagram.com/generationzedpodcast/ m.twitch.tv/trustbutverifeye www.patreon.com/generationzed Mat from The Great Deception Podcast Linktree: https://linktr.ee/thegreatdeceptionpodcast IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegreatdeceptionpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/thegreatdeceptionpodcast_v2/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/Barons44 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org To Make Contributions: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thegreatdeceptionpodcast Merch: https://my-store-cb4b4e.creator-spring.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-great-deception-podcast/support
Speaker: Jordan Howell
In this episode of Your Story Medicine, I am with Karissa. She supports families in documenting the beautiful milestones of life as their personal biographer. Karissa's intention with her camera is that her subject, whether it be a family, an entrepreneur or a woman giving birth feels seen. Much more than a collection of moments, photographs become part of a family's historic archive. And as a creative entrepreneur, Karissa has supported small businesses with strategy, branding, and marketing. Her creative nature and personal journey have led her to incorporate energy healing, meditation, sound healing, and other personal healing modalities into her work. And more importantly, Karissa is the one person I have trusted into the sacred spaces I've created for my own students, my own clients with the retreats that I have facilitated. So if you are curious, who it is that takes my photos and takes the photos of my clients and then comes to the retreats to capture this magic, it is this woman, Karissa. Main Topics Discussed: The Importance of doula work in communities of colorGrief after giving birth and acknowledging emotionsBalance between documenting moments and being present in the momentCombining passion for photography with doula workThe Importance of Rituals in Rest and Connecting with Self Conclusion: Balancing work and personal life can be a struggle. It's important to acknowledge and respect your own needs in order to live harmoniously. Action Integration: Give yourself permission to feel the things that come up for you. It's okay to not be okay. And it's okay to invite people to come in and help support you with love and compassion. Learn more about Karissa Raya: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karissamraya/ Ritual Retreat: 8 magical nights of transformation in Costa Rica | November 6 - 13, 2023 Sign up for the waitlist for priority registration and receive $500 off!
Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
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This time we are discussing A Sacred Trust so you know what that means...NUNS! Barnaby and Jones have to solve some murders surrounding a priory and you won't see the ending coming. Seriously. It comes out of nowhere! We discuss the history of Catholicism in England, the cycle of abuse, and Jones looking good in a habit. Created, produced, and hosted by Eileen Becker and Eric BuscherSend us email! We love it and crave validation! Write to us at email@example.comLinksWebsite - www.welcometomidsomer.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/welcometomidsomerInstagram - welcometomidsomerLogo and Podcast art - Smeedrai Theme Music - The Infamous Space
Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina
Jerusalem, the holy city — a city built with compact unity and beloved by the Apostles — was the first home of the Christian Church. Sacred to the Jews, it was for the early Christians a pilgrim destination. Melito and Egeria and Gregory of Nyssa visited there. Cyril reigned there as bishop. John of Damascus moved there. In any consideration of Christian communities, it must come first, because it was the origin and the model for all that came afterward. LINKS Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land, The Early Church in Jerusalem https://ffhl.org/early-christian-church-jerusalem/ History of the Church in Jerusalem https://www.atlantaserbs.com/learnmore/history/Jerusalem-church.htm Mike Aquilina's website https://fathersofthechurch.com Mike Aquilina's books https://catholicbooksdirect.com/writer/mike-aquilina/ Theme music: Gaudeamus (Introit for the Feast of All Saints), sung by Jeff Ostrowski. Courtesy of Corpus Christi Watershed http://www.ccwatershed.org Please donate to this podcast: http://www.CatholicCulture.org/donate/audio/
Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
(Spirit Rock Meditation Center)
Join Holly Zajur on How the Wise One Grows podcast as she interviews Katie Silcox, a renowned yoga teacher and Ayurvedic practitioner, about her upcoming book, Glow Worthy: Practices for Awakening Your Inner Light and Loving Yourself as You Are—Broken, Beautiful, and Sacred. In this episode, they delve into the role of women in spirituality, the body as a gateway for spiritual connection, and the relationship between sexuality and spirituality.Katie candidly shares her own journey of healing and self-discovery, from being on the cover of Yoga Journal to ending up in the ER, and how pain can serve as a portal for wholeness. The conversation dives deep into spirituality and wellness, providing insights and wisdom for personal growth.If you're searching for an inspiring conversation on spirituality, personal growth, and wellness, don't miss How the Wise One Grows podcast, Episode 53, An Interview with the Author, Katie Silcox. Tune in and discover the transformative power of embracing your fullest self.From the cover of Yoga Journal to the ER [03:40] She who is never not broken: Our pain as a portal for wholeness [12:50]The role of women in spirituality [21:30]The body as a gateway for spiritual Connection [37:48]The role of sexuality in spirituality [43:58]Pre-order "Glow Worthy" today!Follow @theshaktischool and check out www.katiesilcox.ccom and www.theshaktischool.com for more with Katie SilcoxSupport the showFollow Holly on Instagram and check out her offerings online.Join the ~*Dream Team*~ and get a shout-out on our next episode as you help make dreams come true!Episode sponsored by Connect Wellness. Connect Wellness empowers people with tools to connect with themselves, others, and the present moment.Be wise-- sign up to be the first to know what's next!
Floductivity with Cara Dempsey
In this episode, we will be exploring the spiritual significance of tattoos and birthmarks through the lens of "Sacred Marks." Here are some things we touch on in today's episode:Join us on this journey as we delve into the spiritual meaning of tattoos and birthmarks through the lens of "Sacred Marks."Self-care is often viewed as selfish, but it is essential for our mental and physical well-being. Learn how creating a self-care toolkit can help those feeling overwhelmed take time for themselves.Society conditions us to work hard and never stop, but taking time for self-care is vital. Discover how you can take control of your life through self-care practices.Through personal spiritual awakening, we will learn that we have more control over our lives than we think and can control our reactions and actions.The book "Sacred Marks" reveals the spiritual meaning of tattoos and birthmarks and touches on the law of attraction and universal laws.One powerful message is that we have the power to control our reality with the help of the universe.For extended show notes & episode transcript click the link below:https://www.caradempsey.com/61Take advantage of this opportunity to explore the secret messages of birthmarks and tattoos with us and other powerful spiritual messages! Hit that subscribe button and join our community today!Guest Spotlight: Stacee MageeStacee Magee is a world-renowned medical intuitive and the author of Soul Purpose. In her practice, she helps people discover their soul purpose by interpreting the spiritual messages within their bodies. She also talks about the spiritual meaning of your tattoos, birthmarks, and more!Stacee is known for her ability to connect with the energy of others and read them like an open book. Her clients describe her as insightful, accurate, and authentic.Stacee has worked with clients from all over the world including celebrities and public figures. Connect with Stacee:WebsiteTikTokInstagramYoutubeEpisode Resources:Tattoo Medicine: The Spiritual Meaning of TattoosSpirit Fluent: A Journal for the Imperfect and Awakening SoulThe Secret Messages of BirthmarksReadings with StaceeIntuitive Life Coaching with Cara Support the showThanks for being here! Chat soon,Cara Connect with Me:OfferingsWebsiteTiktokYouTubeInstagramEtsy
In this episode, we dive deep into the topics of vulnerability, healing, sacred rage, and the power of coming together in community with other women. We explore how these practices can transform not only our own lives, but also the world around us.We start by discussing the importance of embracing vulnerability and how it can allow us to connect more deeply with ourselves and others. We explore the fears and beliefs that often hold us back from being vulnerable and share strategies for cultivating more openness and authenticity in our lives.We then delve into the concept of sacred rage and how it can be a powerful force for transformation and healing. We discuss the ways in which anger has been stigmatized and suppressed in our culture, and explore how we can tap into our anger in a healthy and productive way to effect positive change in our lives and in the world.Finally, we explore the power of coming together in community with other women to heal collectively. We discuss the importance of creating safe and supportive spaces for women to share their stories, experiences, and emotions, and a special offer for practical tips for building and nurturing these communities.Throughout the episode, I share a very personal experience, the insights, and reflections that come through in the journey of vulnerability, sacred rage, and community building. I hope that this conversation will inspire you to embrace your own vulnerability, tap into your sacred rage, and connect more deeply with the women in your life.If you are ready to join me for a life changing 12 week journey, I invite you to check out The Naked Colelctive HERE: The Naked Collective
Today on Sense of Soul I have Shaun Randall, Metaphysical Novelist and Manifestation expert. He's the author of A Peace of My Mind and Words Like Wine, recently released his debut novel, ‘Letters From Lima.' This book takes readers on a journey inside a world they never knew existed to uncover the truth and discover themselves all over again. His newest book is called ‘The Manifestation Method,' and online course that goes along with it, which is a new addition to Sense of Soul's Network of Lightworkers Affiliate Program. THE MANIFESTATION METHOD addresses our desire to find inner peace while achieving a successful and prosperous life. THE MANIFESTATION METHOD teaches you how to harness creative quantum energy to create the life you were always meant to live. Discover your true self in spite of the many false options that modern life sells us, and build a life of abundance, fulfillment, and joy. Shaun aims to help people find inner peace and contentment amidst the chaos of modern life. Ancient Latin American wisdom and Eastern philosophies permeate Randall's work while he employs a dry sense of humor and employs a dry sense of humor and Zen-like deadpan. His unique style encourages us to look inward in order to make decisions for themselves, rather than be swayed by external influences. Through his writing, he strives to help people choose their own paths and embrace the miracle that is reality. Visit www.shaun-randall.com and follow his journey in social media: Facebook Instagram Sense of Soul listeners check out THE MANIFESTATION METHOD online course, use SENSEOFSOUL50 at check out or visit Sense of Soul's affiliate page: www.mysenseofsoul.com/sense-of-soul-affiliates-page Visit Sense of Soul at www.mysenseofsoul.com Do you want Ad Free episodes? Join our Sense of Soul Patreon, our community of seekers and lightworkers. Also recieve 50% off of Shanna's Soul Immersion experience as a Patreon member, monthly Sacred circles, Shanna mini series, Sense of Soul merch and more. https://www.patreon.com/senseofsoul Follow Sense of Soul Podcast on Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/SenseofSoulSOS
In this episode Lindsey, Katie, and Madison dive into the importance of masturbation and how it can help with mental and physical health. They celebrate"Masturbation May" by sharing their individual stories, self pleasure practices and the importance of setting up your life around pleasure. [00:00:00] Masturbation May Celebration. [00:03:43] Free gift and erotic visualization. [00:07:00] Audio porn. [00:10:30] Masturbation tips and recommendations. [00:14:28] Sex magic and pelvic floor. [00:19:18] Masturbation Makeover Challenge. [00:22:09] Masturbating at a party. [00:25:30] Sacred masturbation circles.Support the showDownload our free audio training: The Ultimate NO BS Guide to Self Pleasure & Sexual Intimacy
In this podcast/video, Debra interviews Darius Bashar about creativity, resistance, and the powerful experiences he creates through his photography, and meditations for the Artist's Morning and Insight Timer. and powerful lessons he has learned along his journey
Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto
Now that I've wrapped up my Sacred Slut Experiment, I want to fill you in on some details and unpack my experience of intentional non-monogamy. In this episode, I look back on how dating in my 20s and 30s has changed and what I want to take with me (and leave behind) during this next chapter of my life. Ultimately, I've come to the conclusion that a partnership would be a nice-to-have if it's going to add extraordinary value to my life, but otherwise, I'm gonna keep it moving. Join me as I reflect on the past nine months of this experiment and look ahead to what's next. In episode 423 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss: (2:22) Monogamous dating in my 20s and early 30s (8:15) Why love isn't enough to keep a relationship going (12:34) What inspired me to try out intentional polyamory (16:50) The challenges with dating culture in Miami (21:08) Getting my relational needs met in friendships (23:18) Re-channeling my energy and focus into creative projects Work with me: Check out the free Energy and Archetypes Series Learn more about the Wild Soul Sacred Body Membership (registration is open from May 17th to the 22nd) See our upcoming classes Special offer: FREE Download: Morning + Evening Rituals Stay in touch: Slide into my DMs on Instagram: @elizabethdialto Subscribe to my Substack Catch the full show notes for episode 423 here Email us with questions or feedback Don't miss an episode of The Embodied Podcast
I chose a thumbnail for this episode after the content was recorded. It isn't actually referenced in the audio today. But I really love it. We need to be transformed. We want changed hearts and minds and lives. That means building everything around the cross of Jesus. Not the resurrection. not the ascension. The cross. The great act of power and kingdom glory was in Jesus lowest, most sacrificial moment on earth.Being a disciples means being transformed into the image and life of Christ. I fear too many of us feel like maturity in discipleship is the right baptism and the right church and a good moral life. There is so much more. We are to become more like Him. Do you and I value our kingdom growth in terms of how much closer we become like Jesus on the cross? Is growing in littleness and self sacrifice the metric for strength?Today we explore all of that and continue to discuss things found in the Ronald Rolheiser book, Sacred Fire. I recommend that read to you. He included three stories from the Gospels that can begin a needful transformation in us all. Certainly me. - Why do youth need compassion and justice while building their lives?- How are we to transition from building a life to giving that life away?- If we followed the model of Jesus life, what would be our greatest achievement?- How does our need to understand what Christ is doing sometimes limit our growth?- How does a narrow view of our mission sometimes a problem in great discipleship?
First Pentecostal Church of Buford
We can never let the house of God become so familiar that it loses its sacredness in our lives. Any opportunity we have to feel His presence is a great privilege. We can't forget that He's the One that brought us out of darkness and into the light. 05/07/2023 - Sunday Morning Scriptures Used (In Order of Occurrence):Proverbs 18:10I Timothy 4:1-2Isaiah 1:18
Benjamin Venes joins us for Season1 (2021) of Birdsong. Benjamin is a Melbourne based Medium, Healer and Artist. His purpose is to help people discover their own power, strength and wisdom through compassion, creativity and spiritual guidance. Benjamin's journey has taken him to India, Nepal and South-East Asia, where he studied, observed and experienced the awakening of his own spiritual power. He has spent many years dedicated to the disciplines and teachings of psychic ability and mediumship and has provided sound readings for people from all walks of life. He also teaches one day intensive classes in psychic development, mediumship, and spiritual healing as well as weekly classes at helping those who have a desire in developing these abilities at a more committed level. Benjamin Venes is also a Reiki Master Teacher. Benjamin's creativity has expressed itself in works of poetry, paintings and novels. All works of art are an expression of the self, evolving into life. TIMESTAMPS: [2:06] Sacred silence and the soul [5:12] Teasing apart Benjamin's philosophies on consciousness [6:30] What are psychic abilities and why Benjamin doesn't like the word “psychic” [9:05] Musings on mediumship and the spirit world [13:21] The consciousness of our planet [14:20] The definitions and reflections on spirit and soul [22:05] Reincarnation and the souls perspective [25:05] Skepticism and the early days on the path of psychic mediumship [35:40] Writing books, documenting the spirit world and wise mentors [39:20] Common misconceptions on the psychic medium path [43:40] Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced psychic and mediumship development [48:00] Mental mediumship and Physical mediumship [50:49] Mastering energy and becoming sensitive to the subtleties [53:01] Learning to work with colours [54:50] How to discern what energies to let in: untrained vs trained mediums [58:13] The protocols of working with spirit and relationships with the doorkeeper [1:00:30] How to tune into our predominant extrasensory mode of perception [1:02:28] What is the most common mode of extrasensory perception in the collective? [1:06:16] The mundane no-nonsense attitude of spiritual and intuitive development [1:08:55] The 1-2-3 next steps to take on the psychic and medium path? [1:13:50] What does a reading look like? Is it ritualized in any manner? [1:16:55] Be skeptical but don't be cynical [1:20:20] Being the voice of the spirit world [1:22:30] Spirit art / spirit portraits [1:24:50] Final words of wisdom: think for yourself
Andrew "FifthGod" Askaripour join us for Season 1 (2021) of Birdsong. Andrew is the host of the newly published podcast, Masters of Ceremony, where he focuses on the topics of Hip-Hop, Photography, Shamanism, Self-Development, Ancestral Wisdom, Health + Wellness, and more. Andrew, also known as Fifth, is born of Jamaican and Iranian descent, and he is a creative artist from Long Island, New York who sheds light on his experiences in the world through varying mediums of expression. He has a strong passion for photography, record production, cinematography, plant medicine ceremonies, ancient wisdom, and various spiritual practices, and he's all about documenting and creating genuine art that inspires others to walk a “Path of Remembrance” towards re-discovering their life's purpose and inner calling. TIMESTAMPS: [0:20] Caiyu tells a brief story about his connection with Andrew through drinking the plant medicine Huachuma [6:20] Caiyu and Andrew begin the conversation [6:54] Andrew opens up the space with a short prayer of gratitude [9:46] The theme of finding one's voice [11:26] Andrew's origin story beginning in Long Island, NY [15:13] Becoming entrenched within hip-hop, skateboarding and NY culture [21:30] Growing up on the Traditional American Diet [23:38] Andrew's 10 day fast as a catalyst for spiritual awakening [26:28] Exchanging Eastern philosophies for Shamanism and Earth-based cultures [27:09] Initiation into Ayahuasca + Huachuma in Ecuador [28:10] “When I was in ceremony, I felt like I returned home…” [29:33] The parallels between Andrew and Caiyu's journey [30:36] Exploring Hip-Hop with derogatory vs uplifting language [32:30] The essence of Hip-Hop [34:10] Many people are superficially exposed to Hip-Hop [34:33] The Golden Era of Hip-Hop: Music of education + a culture that transcends music [37:40] Trailing the similarities between Hip-Hop, Ceremony, Sacred Circles & Honouring the Sacred [37:57] The ancient symbology of the Sacred Circle [40:32] The original meaning of the “Cypher” in Hip-Hop context [41:30] “Hip-Hop exposed me to my first psychedelic experiences…” [43:57] The Sacred Plant Medicine Huachuma [46:52] Andrew's relationship to Huachuma [47:41] Initiations into the Andean traditions of working with San Pedro Cactus [49:20] “A sensation of feeling such a deep sense of ancient wisdom that there was no experience of time…” [55:03] Articulating an overarching difference between Ayahuasca + Huachuma [58:00] Finding one's voice during Huachuma ceremonies [1:01:01] Becoming a mouthpiece for other energies that can't speak in the same way humans do [1:03:29] Preparing for poetry [1:04:05] The number one thing most people fear aside from death… [1:05:40] An Offering to the East: A Poem by Andrew [1:07:57] Becoming a hollow bone for nature to speak through us [1:12:36] Everyone is a poet [1:15:25] Our words, prayers and offerings carry frequencies that have an affect on all of nature [1:15:40] Our words and poetry as an evolutionary life form [1:18:06] Learnings and teachings from being the host of a podcast [1:24:20] What is your mythopoetic title? (Andrew detailing his mission and message) [1:27:26] How do we know which voice is ours? [1:29:48] Letting go of the notion of possession [1:33:00] Pausing before speaking: the deep reservoirs of stillness [1:35:46] You must be patient with yourself [1:37:19] Presence precedes patience [1:38:53] Rapid fire questions [1:39:30] Balancing between how much to share and how much to keep private. [1:41:21] Bringing elements of the sacred into the digital world [1:42:20] What would you like to do more of that you're not currently doing? [1:43:13] Singing as a deep and sacred communion [1:45:57] Andrew's sacred morning water prayer [1:50:55] Closing up the conversation with a powerful and deep prayer: communing with our ancestors
In Season 1 (2021) of Birdsong, Imelda Almqvist join us. In Season 1 (2021) of Birdsong, Imelda Almqvist join us. Imelda Almqvist is an international teacher of Sacred Art and Seidr/Old Norse Traditions (the ancestral wisdom teachings of Northern Europe). She has published three books: Natural Born Shamans: A Spiritual Toolkit for Life (Using shamanism creatively with young people of all ages) in 2016, Sacred Art: A Hollow Bone for Spirit (Where Art Meets Shamanism) in 2019 and Medicine of the Imagination - Dwelling in possibility (an impassioned plea for fearless imagination) in 2020. She has presented her work on both The Shift Network and Sounds True. She appears in a TV program, titled Ice Age Shaman, made for the Smithsonian Museum, in the series Mystic Britain, talking about Neolithic arctic deer shamanism. She is currently finishing up her fourth book, about the pre-Christian spirituality of The Netherlands and Low Countries. She has already started her fifth book: about the runes of the Futhark/Uthark. Her response to the 2020 pandemic was starting an on-line school on Teachable called Pregnant Hag Teachings, to make more of her classes available on-line. Imelda's website: http://www.shaman-healer-painter.co.uk Imelda's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/imeldaalmqvist Pregnant Hag Teachings: https://pregnant-hag-teachings.teachable.com/ TIMESTAMPS: [3:39] Sigrdrifa's Prayer (or Invocation): commonly used to open sacred space in the Northern Tradition [5:42] Sacred art and the meaning of what's sacred [9:30] Norse gods, ancient books and the language of the soul [15:08] “Painting my way onto the shamanic path” [15:59] The old Norse god Baldr [17:37] Shamanic initiations [21:29] Core shamanism vs Norse shamanism [25:24] The Poetic Edda, Prose Edda & Nordic history [31:02] The shamanic characteristics of these ancient texts - prophecies, oracles, runes, chants and more… [33:05] Direct revelation and the high seat ceremony [37:33] If everything was preserved and written down things would become prescriptive [38:44] Gods are living evolving beings within their relationship to human beings [40:11] Sitting on grave mounds as a Northern European shamanic practice [49:29] Rune stones, rune magicians, and reading runes as a divinatory practice [55:10] Runic resources and books [56:19] Runes of the FUTHARK / UTHARK [1:00:14] Viking berserkers, amanita muscaria, and musings on the destabilizing nature of ayahuasca [1:06:22] Safety, boundaries, wild animal spirits and wild states of consciousness [1:09:03] Connecting with the nature beings in our own environment [1:10:23] The spirits of the trees and the great reindeer mother [1:12:40] Mystery teachings from the poison mother [1:15:17] Nordic methods and suggestions for cultivating psychic or intuitive abilities [1:19:20] Cultivating 3-5 spiritual practices for depth rather than breadth [1:21:38] Natural Born Shamans: Shamanism for young people of all ages [1:25:13] Medicine of the Imagination - Creating a healthy functional vital reality [1:27:45] Writing as a spiritual practice [1:30:00] Pregnant Hag Teachings - Rune Magicians, Intro to Seidr, and more…
Welcome to this special podcast episode on Higher Density Living. In today's episode, we will be exploring the concept of sacred strength and how it can help us navigate difficult times in our lives. We all face challenges in our lives, whether it's the loss of a loved one, a job loss, a health crisis, or any other unexpected event that can turn our world upside down. We are so caught up in the material and physical delusions. During these times, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and powerless. However, there is a source of strength that can help us through these tough times. Alexander and Jason tackle their own experiences and novelties in such concepts. The term "spiritual power" can mean different things to different people, but at its core, it refers to the inner strength and resilience that comes from connecting with something greater than ourselves. It can be found in various spiritual practices, such as meditation, prayer, or yoga, and it can provide us with the courage, hope, and resilience we need to face life's challenges. This is colloquially discussed through the motifs of understanding, vibrations, equality, and leadership. These will be discussed in this episode. Sacred strength is also a practice of mindfulness. This aspect is introduced by Alexander through his understanding of the Vibrato, or the hemispheric balance, a complex combination of biological, neurological, and even psychological domains of a functional mind under wave patterns and vibratory frequencies. By staying present at the moment and cultivating a non-judgmental awareness of our thoughts and feelings, we can learn to respond to life's challenges with greater clarity and compassion. Hemispheric balance puts your body to sleep. This way it keeps the mind engaged in mental activities. Such examples can be seen in dreaming or meditation. The power of survival also strives for a man to push his boundaries, wit, and grit beyond any material mindset. You still must go and make the choices. Strive for your achievement. We are all students of Creation. We need to have a deeper understanding of the universe to gain strength in wisdom. Ultimately, the message of "Sacred Strength" is that we all have a source of inner strength that can help us navigate life's challenges, whether it be personal, romantic, or professional. This episode teaches us the full brevity of meditation as a lifestyle, not a mere spiritual practice or self-help exercise, to fully realize the commitment we are dealing with our consciousness and free will. By connecting with our spiritual power, we can find the courage, resilience, and wisdom we need to overcome adversity and live our best lives. As always, Higher Density Living reserves no dogma because only the truth prevails in the universe. History is judged by enlightened communities, and the Higher Density Living podcast is committed to the same cause. You are the center of the universe. Let us join Alexander and Jason as they discuss Spiritual Power. www.higherdensityliving.com
Itzhak Beery join us for Season 1 (2021) of Birdsong. Itzhak is an internationally recognized shamanic teacher, healer, speaker, community activist, and author of three Amazon bestseller books: - The Gift of Shamanism: Visionary Power, Ayahuasca Dreams, and Journeys to the Other Realms - Shamanic Transformations: True Stories of the Moment of Awakening - Shamanic Healing: Traditional Medicine for the Modern World. Born in an Israeli Kibbutz, Itzhak grew up to have a fine art career and was the owner of an award-winning boutique Ad agency in New York City. A midlife crisis led to his transformation from a skeptical atheist, and business executive, into a passionate believer in shamanism and spirit, aligned with his life purpose. For over twenty years, Itzhak has been bridging the physical and spiritual and sharing the practical wisdom his indigenous and Western teachers entrusted in him. He was initiated into the "Circle of 24 Yachaks of Imbabura" by his Quechua teacher in Ecuador and by Amazonian Kanamari Pajè in Brazil. Itzhak is the founder of ShamanPortal.org, The Andes Summit, and co-founder of the New York Shamanic Circle, he is on various major global spiritual center faculties. Itzhak received the 'Ambassador for Peace Award' from The Universal Peace Federation and the UN. www.itzhakbeery.com www.nyshamaniccircle.org www.shamanportal.org www.theandessummit.com TIMESTAMPS: [4:15] Exploring the sacred with Itzhak [6:24] The Quechuan word “Huaca”, altars, & charging up items with sacredness [10:12] Shamanic Transformations: True stories of the moment of awakening [14:40] Teachings on the sacred from my daughter [16:00] A story about the Dalai Lama of the Andes [21:50] Integrating the sacred into regular ordinary every-day life [22:47] Spiritual Yogis or Pushy New-Yorkers? [26:00] “Becoming one with the rain” [30:10] No lluvia, no vida: no rain, no life! [34:18} Before plant medicine, cultivate a relationship with spirit [36:53] Humans are primitive animals compared to a creature like the bee [39:13] Children drinking ayahuasca? [41:50] The cross-cultural pollination of greed and scarcity [47:30] The real price of a cup of ayahuasca [51:23] The superficiality of spirituality [53:52] Planting seeds to better understand shamanism [56:45] Rediscovering the qualities of water, fire, air, and earth [1:00:15] Plant medicine is only a small branch of shamanism [1:02:11] We all have the ability to be shamans, some of us just don't develop it… [1:04:23] Dreaming the dream of meeting Don José Joaquin Pinéda [1:09:25] Advice on mentors, teachers, apprenticeships, and being in service [1:16:15] Itzhak's projects, offerings and the Andean summit [1:19:47] Being an ambassador of our traditions and lineages… [1:21:39] Do all shamans need human teachers? [1:25:51] My filipino folk / faith healer ancestry [1:27:05] Refusing the call to the path and initiatory sickness [1:33:16] Confirmation of the path and being tormented by the spirit world [1:38:40] At the end, all the shamanic work has to be grounded in being in service [1:41:48] We all have to take responsibility that we are healers
On this episode, Rene Krywult joins us for a discussion about whether temple ordinances are sacred or secret. René Alexander Krywult, a native of Vienna, Austria, Europe, has been a member of FAIR for over twenty years and has been instrumental in founding the German-speaking FAIR group. He is a software developer and project manager […] The post Cornerstone: A FAIR Temple Preparation Podcast – Episode 3: Sacred or Secret? with Rene Krywult appeared first on FAIR.
Matthew J. Pallamary joins us on Season 1 (2021) of Birdsong. Matthew is an award winning writer, musician, and sound healer who has been studying shamanism all of his life. Matt has spent extended time in the jungles, mountains, and deserts of North, Central, and South America pursuing his studies of shamanism and ancient cultures, who incorporates shamanic practices into his daily life as well as into his writing and teaching. Through his research into both the written word and the ancient beliefs of shamanism, he has uncovered the heart of what a story really is and integrated it into core dramatic concepts that also have their basis in shamanism. He has fifteen books in print that cover several genres, many of which have been translated into foreign languages. He has also lectured about writing and shamanism at numerous venues throughout the United States. TIMESTAMPS: [4:56] Matthew's response to honouring the sacred [5:52] The journey from the head to the heart [6:50] Egypt and esoteric heart wisdom [7:50] We are all aspects and mirror reflections of divinity [8:27] The Holographic Universe [11:42] The acceleration of learning and morphogenetic fields [12:55] Shamanism is all about energy [16:05] What are the key pillars of shamanism at a universal level? [17:37] Jesus was a shaman? [18:35] Shamanism is based on direct experience [19:56] Left brain and Right brain magic [23:40] Traveling to the shadow realms [25:39] Witness consciousness [26:40] Matthew's specialty is South American Indian shamanism [27:14] Shapeshifting as a shamanic practice [28:37] Archetypes are massively dense symbols of knowledge [29:16] Sacred geometry as a universal language [33:07] The evolution of shamanism and new-age traditions [37:52] The more you expand your consciousness, the greater the responsibility [39:14] Everybody is a shaman, only most of us don't know it [41:22] The one primary wound we all have… [43:28] The heart is the compass [46:00] The evolution of language and the path of literacy [50:55] Australian Aboriginal walkabouts and songlines with an American twist [54:04] Digital tech vs Jungle tech [57:03] Musing on the two letter word: “it” [59:44] The shamanic approach to story structure and journeying to the underworld [1:03:05] Shamanism is all about transformation [1:05:22] We're four dimensional beings getting ready to embrace the fifth dimension [1:05:55] Death: A Love Story [1:14:30] Time goes in the blink of an eye [1:17:17] What makes for a good day of writing? [1:21:47] Distancing yourself from your writing [1:22:50] Postpartum depression after finishing bookwriting [1:26:10] Coffee + Cannabis + Writing [1:28:47] Musing on the editing process [1:32:15] Final remarks on the path of shamanism
Michael Stuart Ani joins us for Season 1 (2021) of Birdsong. Michael has been a student of plant wisdom for fifty years. As a young man, the Lakota sage, John Fire Lame Deer, guided Michael through his first peyote ceremony and then sent him south to Mexico in search of the steps of the Ghost Dance. These steps led Michael to the Sierra Mazateca of Oaxaca, famous for its sacred mushrooms. From the end of the 1960's era through to the 1970's, Ani lived in the most remote part of the region. He became the only outsider who was ever allowed to collect Desheto, the sacred mushroom species of the deep tropical cloud forest of Chicon Nindo. He was instrumental in fighting the epidemics among the Yanomami people in the rainforests of Venezuela. He also helped to create a school to teach local indigenous people to be healthcare officers in the emerging Alto Orinoco Biosphere Reserve. His work in Venezuela was subsequently featured in the 1994 documentary, Yanomami, Keepers of the Flame, which won the US Environmental Film Festival's Best Documentary of the Year. Keepers of the Flame also became the feature film at the 1994 Brazilian Earth Summit. In 2002, Ani focused his attention back on the Northern States of the Americas and worked to restore some of the very last genetically pure Bison to the Brule, Lakota tribes on the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota. While on Rosebud, Ani responded to the requests of tribal elder Leonard Crow Dog and brought an eyeglass clinic to the reservation. Because of his efforts in South America and Mexico, and his work to build a ceremony house for renowned healer Grandpa Roy Stone, the Amazonia Foundation was honored by being included as an organization under the umbrella of the National Congress of American Indians. Michael has fulfilled his promise to Desheto by writing the book, “The Ghost Dance; an untold history of the Americas”. His catchprase “TALKING PLANTS” refers to a small group of fungi and plants that he believes have developed the ability to communicate with both humans and animals. Michael feels that these plants are key to survival in an uncertain future. TIMESTAMPS: [6:05] Epidemics in the Amazon and losing jungle knowledge [7:55] Shamanic knowledge is received directly from the plants and spirit [10:34] LSD is GOD in pill form - Tim Leary [11:30] Honouring the sacred by learning the region and communing with the “talking plants” [14:30] Trailing the Ghost Dance, the very first ritual of the Americas [16:15] John Fire Lame Deer, Wounded-Knee and Ghost Dance [21:30] Communing with nature and learning from “talking plants” [27:20] It's not just difficult for US to survive in the forest… [29:05] Apprenticing to the immediate ecology to receive the secrets of the talking plants [31:38] Plants are part of controlling whats going on in the world today and the beginning of the “psychedelic movement” [35:25] Gaian intelligence & our Achilles heel as a species [38:50] Shamans are falling out of the trees [39:55] Tribal communal ceremonies vs deep medicine man ceremonies [43:17] Western culture and mental fragmentations [45:22] Michael's role to keep one lineage in-tact [47:29] Spiraling around to new beginnings by looking to plant medicine cultures of the past [50:00] Learning from Amazonian epidemics and returning to nature for CV-19 [55:16] Using cannabis in it's whole form as a medicine [56:49] Tobacco doesn't carry the same risk when using in its natural form [58:06] Mom + Pop farming is the way forward [59:01] There's a spiritual war in the jungles and it's going to affect us all… [1:01:51] How do you get people to care about ecological disaster? [1:07:46] We are still facing a global witch hunt [1:11:02] What myths of the ancient Americas can help us today? [1:12:23] The different types of animal totems… for people, plants and places [1:18:35] What does the ceremonial ritualistic context for taking the sacred mushroom look like? [1:23:00] The entire ritualistic process… (this is a real gift to listen to!) [1:34:02] Sacred things must be kept hidden… until the exact moment they are needed [1:37:25] What message does Michael have to pass on to those walking the shamanic path?
Happy Satiated Saturday! There are many many approaches to navigating a harsh internal critic. With myself and those I work with, I like to teach to see it as a part of you that is saying such cruel things because it's trying to get your attention. Often even negative attention is still attention. Once you've heard this part out, then you can explore what it needs, how it's feeling, and how it wants to be met. And sometimes, this part needs support remembering that it can take breaks and have some fun. In this week's episode, I chat with Sacred Walker, mental health coach, mind body health expert, executive confidence coach, and founder of Limitless Leaders Mastermind, about building up your self care resources, putting your inner critic on a vacation, and how to turn your vices into victories. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/put-your-inner-critic-on-a-vacationWhether you're working on your internalized mother to mother yourself, or a mom to a person, plant, or fur friend, with mother's day coming up, you deserve further support in your relationship with your food and body. I'm putting my Intro to Somatic Eating® mini course back on sale for 50% off until midnight on Tuesday 5/16. You can learn more HERE (https://satiated.mykajabi.com/offers/L2B45adz) and if you have any questions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org anytime!With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxKeep in touch with Sacred here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asksacred/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sacredwalker/Website: https://sacred-walker.mykajabi.comContact: email@example.comSupport the showKeep in touch with Stephanie Mara here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_stephaniemara/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephaniemarafoxWebsite: https://www.stephaniemara.com/https://www.somaticeating.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephmara/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stephaniemarafoxContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show:Become a supporter of the show here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/809987/supportCheck out my favorite water filter: https://www.pureeffectfilters.com/#a_aid=somaticeatingUse my Amazon Affiliate link when shopping on Amazon: https://amzn.to/448IyPl Special thanks to Bendsound for the intro music in this episode. www.bensound.com
Welcome back Double Portion Nation! We are so glad to see you again! In this episode, we discuss The Sacred things of God a little bit further. We are happy you have decided to join us here at Double Portion Podcast once again we would love to hear from you!
Light Talk with The Lumen Brothers
In this episode of LIGHT TALK, the Lumen Brothers discuss everything from AI Writers to Surprise Tony Nominees. Join Brackley, Steve, and Zak, as they pontificate about: Chat GPT and the Writer's Strike; LDI vs. The F1; Keeping projectors quiet; Fond memories of Pani's; How to be kind when critiquing a distracting lighting design; Balancing university politics with your educational mission; Politics at private vs. state universities; Tony Award nominees; and Being stuck in the past. Nothing is Taboo, Nothing is Sacred, and Very Little Makes Sense.
Today on Sense of Soul podcast we have 4-time Gold Award-winning author, Simran Singh, Simran is a love catalyst, rebel humanitarian, award-winning author, and sacred soul activist. She is the #1 rated host of 11:11 Talk Radio and publisher of Nautilus Award-winning 11:11 Magazine. Simran creates art, online courses, books and media to bridge humanity's experience and expression. A Tedx speaker, Simran speaks about the beauty of our humanity, in all of its expressions, and the radiance of our Divinity, as an eternal experience. Simran is joining us today to tell us about her new book, Signs: Sacred Encounters with Pathways, Turning Points, and Divine Guideposts is part of Common Sentience, our uncommon and bestselling book series that brings the mystical into the mainstream by sharing spiritual wisdom and true, personal stories of the Divine experiences many are having. Learn more: https://1111mag.com and visit https://iamsimran.com Visit Sense of Soul at www.mysenseofsoul.com Check out Sense of Soul's Network of Lightworkers Affiliates Program! Do you want Ad Free episodes? Join our Sense of Soul Patreon, our community of seekers and lightworkers. Also recieve 50% off of Shanna's Soul Immersion experience as a Patreon member, monthly Sacred circles, Shanna mini series, Sense of Soul merch and more. https://www.patreon.com/senseofsoul Follow Sense of Soul Podcast on Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/SenseofSoulSOS
Kat Timpf, co-host of Gutfeld!, a Fox News contributor and author of new book, YOU CAN'T JOKE ABOUT THAT: Why Everything is Funny, Nothing is Sacred, and We're All in This Together?, joined WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" radio program on Friday to discuss her book and upcoming DC standup show. She is also doing an event at Union Stage on May 6th (THIS SATURDAY). Get tickets at UnionStage.com https://www.unionstage.com/shows/kat-timpf-you-cant-joke-about-that-miracle-theatre/ Book: https://www.amazon.com/You-Cant-Joke-About-That/dp/0063270420 For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, Vince speaks with Kat Timpf, cohost of Gutfeld! and a Fox News contributor to discuss her new book “YOU CAN'T JOKE ABOUT THAT, Why Everything is Funny, Nothing is Sacred, and We're All in This Together.” Vince speaks with Jon Schweppe, Director of Policy & Gov. Affairs for American Principles Project about why Republicans should embrace the culture wars. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Leola explores the concept of the Sacred Rebel archetype and shares her personal journey of initiation with her inner sacred rebel. She defines sacred rebels as those who challenge the status quo and envision a world based on love rather than fear. Leola shares personal stories of staying true to her sacred rebel and offers helpful insights on how to prepare for triggers from others when choosing to authentically rebel.Get a taste of tantra with the FREE Sexual Shadow Work Workbook & Pleasure Positive Guided Meditation! Find them both here!Use code code LEOLA for 15% off at WAANDS.com.Find and follow Leola...www.talktantratome.comIG: @talktantratomeTwitter: @talktantratome
The Nightlight Astrology Podcast
Today, we will look at five powerful themes that tend to come up around full moons in Scorpio, especially lunar eclipses in Scorpio.
KPFA - The Visionary Activist Show
The Planet and the Plants can save us – if we learn to humbly cooperate… Waxing Buddha's Full Moon, Pluto stationing, Mercury retro inviting us back to the garden… of entheo supportive guiding: Caroline re-hosts Rachel Harris, author of “Listening to Ayahuasca,” whose latest cultural contribution be “Swimming in the Sacred- Women from the Psychedelic Underground” lest we tame entheogens by re-packaging as “therapy.” “There is wisdom that is in danger of being lost as our legal and medical institutions embrace these extraordinary Medicines.” Haitian proverb : “When the anthropologist arrives – the gods depart.” Psychologist Rachel Harris, PhD, was in private practice for thirty-five years working with people interested in psychospiritual development. During a decade working in research, Rachel received a National Institutes of Health New Investigator's Award and published more than forty scientific studies in peer-reviewed journals. https://www.swimminginthesacred.com/ Support The Visionary Activist Show on Patreon for weekly Chart & Themes ($4/month) and more… *Woof*Woof*Wanna*Play?!?* The post The Visionary Activist Show – Swimming in the Sacred appeared first on KPFA.