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Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto

There’s a lot of noise and ignorance in our current culture. This podcast aims to cut through that by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. Expect courageous conversations that range from insightful, uplifting and illuminating, to uncomfortable and sometimes even confrontational. Each episode invites you, with a ton of love and respect, to listen with your heart and mind wide open. You never know when a perspective might click into place like the puzzle piece you’ve been searching for OR, didn’t even know you were missing.
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Dec 9, 2019

This is episode three of a six week podcast series I do every year called Journey into the Wild Soul. It's FILLED with gems to explore your inner world to help you have a better outer world experience. (And that is putting it very, very mildly.)

I’ve also opened up a free pop-up Facebook group to get some quality time together as a Wild Soul community before 2020 starts and we get all “hyped up” about a new year. I hope you’ll join me and bring your friends!

Details here - http://wildsoulmovement.com/journey2020

The Journey into the Wild Soul is about reflecting on the year and perhaps years previous, so that we can leave the past in the past as we transition into a new year. As well as to invite you to consider if how you’ve been going about your growth, healing and transformation are really effective or if it’s more performative, obligatory, inefficient, ineffective, or just a distraction.

Our theme this year is WHOLENESS and in this second episode, I'm diving into all things embodiment from concepts to practices to the benefits, why it works, how to develop discernment and speak your body's unique language of the senses and more.

If you didn’t hear the first two episodes, that’s ok, you don’t have to go back and listen to it before diving into this one unless you want to. Here are the links if you do: http://untameyourself.com/326

http://untameyourself.com/327

 

We also kick off the Wild Soul Movement Embodiment Challenge today - it's free! Join here - http://wildsoulmovement.com/embodiment-challenge

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/328

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

Dec 2, 2019

This is episode two of a six-week podcast series I do every year called Journey into the Wild Soul. It's FILLED with gems to explore your inner world to help you have a better outer world experience. (And that is putting it very, very mildly.)

I’ve also opened up a free pop-up Facebook group to get some quality time together as a Wild Soul community before 2020 starts and we get all “hyped up” about a new year. I hope you’ll join me and bring your friends!

Details here - http://wildsoulmovement.com/journey2020

The Journey into the Wild Soul is about reflecting on the year and perhaps years previous, so that we can leave the past in the past as we transition into a new year. As well as to invite you to consider if how you’ve been going about your growth, healing and transformation is really effective or if it’s more performative, obligatory, inefficient, ineffective, or just a distraction.

Our theme this year is WHOLENESS and in this second episode, I'm diving into the roles of acceptance, grace and deep committed practice in growth, healing and wholeness.

If you didn’t hear the first episode last week, that’s ok, you don’t have to go back and listen to it before diving into this one unless you want to. Here's the link if you do: http://untameyourself.com/327

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

Nov 25, 2019

Today we’re kicking off a six-week podcast series I do every year called Journey into the Wild Soul. It will be FILLED with gems to explore your inner world to help you have a better outer world experience. (And that is putting it very, very mildly.)

I’ve also be opened up a free pop-up Facebook group to get some quality time together as a Wild Soul community before 2020 starts and we get all “hyped up” about a new year. I hope you’ll join me and bring your friends!

Details can be found here - http://wildsoulmovement.com/journey2020

The Journey into the Wild Soul is about reflecting on the year and perhaps years previous, so that we can leave the past in the past as we transition into a new year. As well as to invite you to consider if how you’ve been going about your growth, healing and transformation is really effective or if it’s more performative, obligatory, inefficient, ineffective, or just a distraction.

Our theme this year is WHOLENESS and in this first episode, I'm sharing some of my own experiences towards wholeness, discussing the difference between identification and integration, and sharing some metaphors for healing, growth and transformation to help you honestly evaluate where you are right now in your own journey - and give you some perspective for moving forward AND measuring your progress.

As always on Truth Telling, we’re gonna keep it real and pack it in with tons of love, truth, kindness, laughs, stories and useful insights. Enjoy!

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/326

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

Nov 18, 2019

Y'all! This is the last interview of 2019...next week we start the Journey Into The Wild Soul, which I'll say more about in a moment, but first, today's guest is someone I was looking forward to having on the show all year.

Her name is adrienne maree brown and her book Emergent Strategy is one that I keep near by to flip through like an oracle deck ever so often to be inspired, ignited and reminded of who I am and what I'm here to do.

Quick note before we get into the interview, adrienne travels a ton for teaching and facilitating and had to get ready for a flight during our interview, so there is some background noise, however, it didn't impact her level of presence at all and the convo is golden.

Now that that's out of the way, her big truth was that she's going to die, which sparked a conversation around how things move and what really matters to her. We talked about humility and curiosity and "doing" separate from productivity, meaning, how can you do what you want to do with the time you have.

We talked about how we're all socialized under capitalism and the impact that has on how we connect and relate to one another. She shared how she maintains a healthy nervous system as she navigates becoming more visible in her work.

We discussed rigor and not just getting people to do "their work," but to stay in it, which led to a discussion of shame and accountability. And finally, we geeked out on somatics and embodiment.

I really loved this chat and hope you will too. Share it up, find us on Instagram, let us know what you thought, use it to have discussions with your loved ones...you know the drill.

Much love,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/325

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

Nov 11, 2019

You all know how much I love healing conversations, especially with people who are deep practitioners and incredible space holders. Today's guest, Erin Telford is both. We've been circling each other online for years, so this chat was making an official connection, and then I got to attend one of her breathwork sessions a few days after so I can tell you with certainty, this woman is the real deal.

Erin's big truth was about our connection to the "unseen." From there we got into the reason I invited her on the show - a post she wrote about why the term "woo woo" is degrades and denies the power of healing practices and modalities. It's cool if you disagree, we both share this perspective and that's what it is, one perspective.

We talked about assumptions about healing and healers, breathwork as a modality, navigating fears around "taking on other people's stuff," the importance of great facilitation in healing spaces, our power to self heal, boundaries, and why our triggers are our responsibility.

It's a good one, y'all - enjoy, share, and let us know what you touches you!

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/324

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

 

Nov 4, 2019

Whenever I go to events or conferences, I don't try to meet the most people, I try to meet the right people. It's usually just one to three people and today's guest was one of those people from an event I attended in 2018, Nikki Innocent.

Nikki's big truth was around it being the right time and place right now for anyone to be here, in this particular vessel, creating change in one way or another.

From there we talked about bearing witness to other people's stories, what it brings up for us and how to be with discomfort when it arises.

We're also both communication nerds so we spent a good bit of time getting into the difference between tone policing and methodology, self-policing, the many polarities we live in, cancel culture, what progress actually looks like and conversations stoppers, deflection tactics and accountability.

We talked about the components of a real, effective apology and how to embrace and show up as who we are now as we grow.

If you're a fan of nuance, context and complexity, you're going to love this one. Share it up and let us know what lands for you!

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/323

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

 

Oct 28, 2019

Y'all, you know I wasn't trying to have too many coaching conversations on the podcast this year, but today's guest Shirin Eskandani is here because this woman has much more to bring to a conversation than basic coaching advice.

Her big truth was that we have to look up to shift our perspectives and from there we got into a conversation about mindfulness, the relationship between joy, acceptance and guilt, navigating adult relationships and creative patience.

She also shares some of her personal experiences immigrating from Iran to Vancouver at a young age, then coming to the US to pursue her dream of being an opera singer. Spoiler: not only did she realize that dream, she did it in a big way and the result is not what you might expect to hear.

We also explored the impacts of whiteness in wellness spaces, code-switching, and the relationship between self-worth and service.

It was a really dynamic chat and I can't wait to hear what lands for you!

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/322

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

Oct 21, 2019

So, a few months back I posted on Facebook and Instagram that I was looking for more men to invite on the show and one of the first recommendations I got was for today's guest, Amir Khalighi, founder of Embodied Masculine.

In my initial call with Amir, I really appreciated his devotion to the Divine Mother and the way he spoke with reverence and respect for both the earth and women, as well as the connection between the two and all of us.

Before we dive in I want to make a note that this conversation did lean in the heteronormative direction since most of Amir's work and experiences as well as my own are in that realm. We also bumped into some crunchiness around gendered terms and certain teachings, which I never mind because like I say in the show intro, not every guest's views reflect my own, nor should they all the time.

His big truth was around how disconnected we are from, nature, Source ourselves and our higher selves.

A few things Amir shared - the masculine body has a longer distance to travel to get to the pleasure side of themselves, what happens when a man is not allowed to express what is in him to be expressed, and why he's not into pacifism as an approach to oppression.

He also walked me through some archetypal stuff from a few bodies of work he incorporates deeply into his practices with men. My hope is this is an episode people of any gender can listen to and share with the men in their lives to gain some perspective and maybe even some understanding and connection to bridge some gaps and create some growth and healing among us.

Let me know how it lands for you!

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/321

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

 

Oct 14, 2019

Y'all...you know I love a good stirring of the pot and that is what return guest Shanda Catrice came back on to do with me today. We're digging into a topic that some folks will feel really defensive and protective of - the Law of Attraction. So as always, I invite you to stay curious and open as you listen.

 

Shanda's big truth in this episode was that you don't always have to know the answer. From there we got into why it's important to take breaks from your personality, how everything in the Universe serves a purpose because if it didn't, it wouldn't exist, and how spirituality is technology.

 

We dug into some etymology - the context of words and how they're used, specifically the word destiny--and we talked about surrender, freedom, change, resistance.

 

Then we spent a good chunk of time on the juicy unpacking of how the Law of Attraction is not a substantial Universal Law, the impact your destiny has on your ability to manifest things, cognitive dissonance, metaphysics, religious science, emotions and beliefs.

 

My guess is we're going to get a lot of notes about this one, so find me on IG @elizabethdialto, email us at hello@wildsoulmovement.com, and share the episode to let us know what you think!

 

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/320

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

Oct 7, 2019

Those of you who have been around listening for a while have undoubtedly heard me mention Tosha Silver and her book Outrageous Openness before. Maybe you've even listened to her first interview which was all the way back in the first 25 episodes of this show in 2015.

 

Either way! I'm excited to have her back to discuss her latest book, It's Not Your Money - the concepts of which can be applied to many besides money.

 

Her big truth was around not being able to say yes to everything and from there we got into authenticity, not in a buzz word way, in a connecting to your true self and being of service way.

 

We talked about why it's not your money, people's pain around money, and how to stop worrying about money for folks who do, which led to a conversation about what abundance actually is, how to ditch fear around money and becoming a conduit for flow.

 

We also talked about one of my favorite topics of late, what is not useful about the Law of Attraction, befriending the harsh judgmental parts of growth and healing, the relationship between reciprocity and deserving, how we handle loss and practices for letting go, and more.

 

It's a deep and winding conversation - I hope you love and look forward to hearing what resonates with you!

 

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/319


Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

Sep 30, 2019

In today's show, we're exploring something we never have before - hypnotherapy as a healing modality. And we can't talk about hypnotherapy without getting into beliefs and how the subconscious mind works, so I was really excited Stephanie Kwong, a dear friend of mine and brilliant practitioner, agreed to come on the show to jam on all of it.

This was a really fun and also personal conversation where we both shared some of the beliefs we've been working to rewire. Steph's was around making it hard for people to love her. Mine was around trusting myself but not trusting others.

We talked about patterns, managing expectations, and the ways we delete and distort information in our reality to make things match our current beliefs. She also walked me through the four ways to actually change your beliefs for good.

This is a really juicy conversation - a combination of personal stories and examples, as well as client stories, really bring home just how complex our minds are and how important it is to pay attention to the ways we act based on what we think is true that isn't necessarily true.

Enjoy and share!

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/318

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

Sep 23, 2019

It's taken me about two years to get today's guest on the show and it was so worth the wait! Before we dive in though I do want to give a trigger warning for anyone with sexual assault or abuse in their history because we do go there a bit and Betsy shares pieces of her story and experiences.

 

Her truth was about reclaiming the potential of the body to feel good, especially as it relates to female sexual dysfunction. This launched us into a conversation about body memory. Often we hear about the body storing trauma and "bad" memories and Betsy reminded us that the body also stores potential and good memories.

 

We talked about honoring the uniqueness of healing journeys, body wisdom, body truth and what the "care" in self-care actually means.

 

Betsy shared her experience and perspective on menopause, orgasms, reclaiming our voices and responsible use of our stories and storytelling.

 

It's so good, I hope you love listening to it as much as I loved having it. You may even want to review it a few times to let it all sink in, enjoy!

 

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/317

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

 

Sep 16, 2019

Another dear friend and repeat guest is with us today - Jadah Sellner. Jadah is one of my favorite people to jam on business with since her approach is totally focused and centered on love and having a vision that means something to you - but we spent a good chunk of this chat talking about trauma, healing and growth.

 

And when we do get to the business stuff - no matter what you do in the world, much of what she talks about is totally applicable to other career paths.

 

We got into how going to therapy has helped her move forward in areas of her life and business in ways she couldn't have anticipated, how we can use our stories responsibly, and a few different things related to capacity - survival tendencies, being in the Zone of Excellence and how deeper listening creates space for more expansion.

 

Enjoy this chat and if you are an entrepreneur be sure to invite your friends to listen and discuss the more unconventional points we covered...you know, for funsies!

 

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/316


Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

Sep 9, 2019

My dear friend Rebekah Borucki is back for her third visit on Truth Telling and this time her big truth is around realizing that she has influence and is not the underdog she's perceived and positioned herself as for most of her life.

We talked a lot about motherhood, from mom guilt, going after your dreams, finding balance in relationships, the difference between raising young kids and having older children, to dealing with conflicts, giving kids the space and support to be who they are meant to be, and more!

The conversation is less about parenting and more about the experience of being a mother through all of its phases and stages.

As always when Bex is in the house, it's a juice and deep conversation. Enjoy and share - especially with your mom groups and friends!

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/315

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

 

Sep 2, 2019

It feels goooood to be back y’all.

 

So good.

 

And it feels so good because DAMN I NEEDED THAT BREAK!

 

I suspect I will take a summer break every summer from now on - but you know me, I always reserve the right to change my mind so we’ll see what summer 2020 brings when we get there.

 

I’m recording this on Tuesday 8/27, it’ll air on Monday 9/2 and this morning I also officially popped back onto Instagram. I’ve been dabbling a bit in the last week or so, but there’s something about using intentional words to say, hello, I’m back, let’s do this, thank you for being here with me, here’s what’s up that feels right and appropriate to me.

 

IG POST: Officially back from summer break ☀️🧜🏽‍♀️💃🏽👑✨⠀

I dubbed this my Queen Summer in June because I wanted to integrate some deep personal work I’d been doing for almost three years and “crown myself” before my 36th birthday. ⠀

If you’re new here, I’m Elizabeth: Virgo Sun, Cap Moon, Gemini Rising. ENFJ. Manifesting Generator - 6/2, 🇵🇷🇮🇹. From NY, live in LA. For fun I dance salsa and do stand up comedy.⠀

Sensuality, nuance, discernment, curiosity, belly laughing, collective healing + liberation, fierce love, compassion and grace are some of my jams. ⠀

I’m into remembering and embracing that we’re all fully human and fully divine. I lust for the mystical and the esoteric while keeping things grounded and real. ⠀

I’m an embodiment teacher, creator of Wild Soul Movement, and host of the Truth Telling podcast - which turns 5 in 2020!⠀

My life’s work is about healing, growth, embodiment and truth (the kind that’s always evolving within us and around us).⠀

I work with clients 1:1, do Akashic Records readings, have a year long online women’s circle called POWER, run about 10 workshops /yr and train teachers in Wild Soul Movement. ⠀

I think masterminds are overdone so in 2020 I’m debuting a new retreat-based experience called SACRED - a soulful exploration of JOY through travel, connection and restoration. I’m gonna take 12 “high powered” womxn on four life altering adventures ✈️🌎🐬🌹🏜⛱⠀

I keep up my education and practice to be trauma and social justice informed and choose to roll with people who are doing the same.⠀

I’m also here to explore what it means to reclaim and redefine womxnhood for the 21st century.⠀

I’m not into cancel culture, but I am into integrity and accountability, so I won’t stand for or be party to willful ignorance, manipulative or abusive behavior, however, I will always root for folks to learn, heal, grow and do better.⠀

In 2019 I decided to post more movement videos to remind people to spend more time in their bodies. I tag them #wsm222 and you can find them in my stories now.⠀

I appreciate your time, energy and attention more than you could know. Thank you so much for being here with me 🙌🏼❤️

 

Enjoy the episode!

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/314


Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

Jul 1, 2019

Welcome to the shortest episode in the history of the show, y'all! I recorded this episode to fill you in on the first ever break I'm taking from the podcast in over four years. I'll be back in September with fresh new interviews and some other juicy surprises I'll keep to myself until then.

In the mean time, we've put together some Podcast Playlists for you to either catch up or review some of your (and my) favorite episodes in some of our most popular categories.

Click here to download the playlists: http://wildsoulmovement.com/podcast-playlists

And also, keep an eye out for a special online event I'm hosting on Monday 7/15 and some celebrational offerings on Monday 7/22 in honor of Mary Magdalene Feast Day.

You'll be able to pre-enroll for POWER 2020 and save over $500, join the NEW Wild Soul Movement teacher training for over 25% off and I'm opening applications for the first ever Wild Soul Year of Embodiment: An Experience in Travel, Sensuality, Joy, Connection and Pleasure

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/313

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

 

Jun 24, 2019

My friend Linda Abbott is my very favorite person to jam on dating, love, sex and relationships with. We debrief after many dates and conversations and experiences with men. We hold each other up in tender moments when things don't work out, when our hearts get broken open (again and again), and when things do work out and it's time to expand.

 

We also keep each other accountable to the healing we've both done around breaking old patterns and habits around codependency, tolerating poor treatment, and being able to see red flags and hold loving, compassionate and firm boundaries with both ourselves and others.

 

This chat is something we've been cooking up for months. We scanned over our texts and jotted down some of the most important things we've been through in the last year in all realms of the heart, intimacy, devotion, pleasure and more, and we committed to hitting a record and just talking until we were done.

 

That ended up being two hours and forty minutes, so grab some tea, break it up into sessions if you need to, maybe invite some friends to listen with you and instead of a Netflix binge session, have a deep listening session with us.

 

Since we're both heterosexual women, our experiences are limited. We do however hope the conversations around boundaries, honoring ourselves, breaking patterns and habits, vulnerability, having tough conversations and getting clear about what we want in love can be applied across a wider range of relationship and sexual orientations.

 

We're sure you'll let us know if they do or don't and we appreciate that.

 

One of the things we were most excited to emphasize was how all of these experiences have taught us a lot about men and ignited deep compassion within us for their experiences, too.

 

Not to excuse poor behavior or anything, but to see them as people too, not just perpetrators or adversaries which they are often painted as (and sometimes rightfully so!).

 

That said, share this with the men in your life. It's a great conversation opener and probably a gateway into better understanding our side of things too.

 

Finally, we laugh A TON throughout this conversation...so be ready.

 

We're so so excited to share this with you and can't wait to hear from you after you listen.

 

To all of us walking each other home and through the epic, deep, winding, beautiful and excruciating journeys of the heart - may we be met, seen, held, accepted, supported and loved - and may we meet, see, hold, accept, support and love...better.

 

xo,

E + L

 

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/312

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

 

Jun 17, 2019

Megan Dalla-Camina is on the show today and we're talking about womanhood, rebirthing, softening of edges, receptivity, unfolding, unraveling and coming into truth.

 

So many of our favorite things on this show!

 

She dropped some terms I loved - appreciative inquiry and positive core - and she talked about navigating a deficit based world by finding openings and focusing on our strengths.

 

We discussed the difference between things that make sense and things that "want to come through," how scary it can be to be soft, especially if you over-identify with being strong, why "leaning in" isn't always great advice, and this distinction I really loved - between simple, boring, settling, and creating drama.

 

Enjoy, share and let us know what parts were your favorite!

 

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/311

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

Jun 10, 2019

I am not sure how it's taken me four years to get my dear friend Nisha Moodley on the podcast, but I'm grateful for the divine timing and the depth, beauty and importance woven through this conversation.

 

Nisha's big truth was that community care is a huge aspect of our path forward.

 

We talked about how our understanding of what we need in community has changed, what exactly community care is, what togetherness and our ability to be real with each other looks like, as well as the layers of complexity to all of this.

 

We explored the vulnerability in asking for what you need and receiving it, especially when complex relationship dynamics are present, and how we create space for ourselves and others.

 

We touched on restorative justice, when talking is a useful action and when it's not, the power in paradox and when honest self-reflection is needed.

 

It's a juicy, listen more than once type of episode. Enjoy, share, and let us know how it hits you!

 

xo,

E

 

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/310


Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

Jun 3, 2019

Sarah Durham Wilson is back on the podcast today and we dove into the journey from Maiden to Mother. It's an archetypal journey - so no matter your age or whether or not you've birthed a human, a lot of what we cover may be relevant for you.

 

We talked about the "initiations of strength" along the way, how in Maiden we take unhealthy risks in creativity and vulnerability, and by Mother we are moving from external validation to internal.

 

Which led us to a beautiful conversation about boundaries and aging, postpartum depression, fear of betraying our own mothers, embodying our souls, becoming more present and finding the gold in seemingly "bad" things.

 

Enjoy, share and let us know what lands for you!

 

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/309

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

 

May 27, 2019

A few weeks back I asked on IG stories what I should jam on this month in the solo episode and a surprising number of the questions were about business, so I decided to do a biz chat.

 

The timing is also good as Summer is upon us and I’m doing the business immersion that I did last summer again. I resisted doing business coaching or mentoring for many years, because a) I find A LOT of business coaches to be pretty douchey and b) I’ve had really up and down experiences with them myself over the years, so it felt like a huge responsibility I didn’t necessarily want to take on.

 

When enough people ask you for something though you begin to listen and accept that perhaps you have something of value to offer, and I realized my value lies in helping folks find what works for them, that can be aligned and sustainable.

 

There are also some qualities of shared worldview, integrity and ethics my business clients tend to have: humanity and the collective > profits. But money does matter.

 

Just not in an ego-y way, in a generous way.

The more we have the more we can share and contribute.

The soul desires to express. How can we optimize that and fulfill our potential?

 

How can we live like my favorite Erma Bombeck quote?

 

"When I stand before God at the end of my life I would hope I have no talent left and can say, 'I used everything you gave me.'"

 

When you’re here to do what you’re here to do, it’s ok to stretch yourself, in my experience you’ll feel stretched and uncomfortable a lot, you’ll just get good at navigating it.

 

This episode is about all of that and more.

 

Listen more than once.

Share it with your business besties or biggest supporters.

Have some conversations about it, and if you feel compelled, apply for my Summer Immersion here: http://wildsoulmovement.com/biz2019

 

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/308


Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

May 20, 2019

You all know how much I geek out on conversations about trauma and how we can move through things in ways that are accessible to us AND honor where we are in life. Today's conversation with Rocio Navarro hits on ALL OF THAT!

 

Her big truth was about the nuances in how "surrender" is used in our culture.

 

From there we talked about stepping into the unknown and being open to possibilities and how beautiful hard and everything in between life can be.

 

Rocio shared how she uses and engages with water as a healing element. She shared how water has been her teacher and a path that reveals as so much of life is encapsulated in different densities of water.

 

We talked about the relationship between hypervigilance, strength and resilience, dance as medicine and a trauma healing tool, AND we even touched on working with dreams.

 

This was a really reach, deep and layered conversation about different ways we heal - I hope you'll listen more than once, let me know what lands for you and share it with anyone you can think of who can use it!

 

xo,

E

 

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/307

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

May 13, 2019

I've been connecting with today's guest, Jeanette LeBlanc online for years and it was beyond a pleasure to finally get to drop in with her for an interview. If you visit her website, jeanetteleblanc.com, what she does is clear as day. It says, "I help people find their words (and use them really well)."

 

And you know how much I love putting words to good use!!

 

So here's what we got into...

 

Jeanette's big truth was about dismantling the myth that we heal in isolation, which led us into a conversation about cycles of healing and how repeating lessons isn't necessarily negative.

 

She shared the origin story of how she's evolved and iterated from being a good girl, preacher's daughter with a science degree to a mommy blogger, birth doula, photographer and the rebellious writer and guide that she is now.

 

And of course we talked about our stories: the difference between the stories we tell, finding the truths in our stories, how our stories connect and heal us, and how the creative process of storytelling doesn't have to be a big thing that requires a microphone, platform or even an audience.

 

Enjoy this one and share it up - stories and words are universal things we all have access to, there's a lot of power to be mined here.

 

Big love,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/306

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

 

May 6, 2019

Today's guest, Zuyapa Jackson, is one of my dearest friends. This was the kind of conversation that originally inspired me to start this podcast four years ago, just chatting with a friend about things we care about deeply, like healing, spirituality, and truth--then thinking, "Damn! I bet other people would love to be flies on the wall for this!" So I hope you feel that way as you listen :)

 

Zuyapa's big truth was around deeply trusting herself. We also talked about how fine is never good enough and made some really great distinctions between surviving, living and thriving. We talked about how we're always cycling through the three and how we aren't meant to be static or dormant in any of them.

 

We got into what it's like to be a "knower", how we have to go deep into the dark places in order to heal, one main reason being to resolve our shame.

 

Zuyapa shared why she thinks we're constipated as a society and how we're not "digesting" everything that goes on in our lives, how important it is to have places to turn to be truthful, and why we have to purify our physical and energetic bodies to come back out ourselves.

 

She also left us with a beautiful invitation to pray - and shared how to use it as a way to commune with not only the divine, but yourself as well.

 

This was a really beautiful conversation. I could barely stop smiling throughout all of it - I hope you love it too, listen many times and share it with anyone you think would appreciate it.

 

xo,

E

Apr 29, 2019

Our first comedian is on the show today. Living in LA, one of the things I've been aspiring to do with the show for a while is get a greater variety of creative folks on as guests, so I'm so happy Omrah Menkes said yes when I invited her!

 

Omrah is a multi-skilled artist, with passions including stand up comedy and animation. Her big truth was around being true to herself.

 

We talked about searching, freedom, and fulfillment in this episode and got into the various parts of these journeys. From grief, comparison, love, generosity, and making friends as an adult, to caring for people, pets and self - connection and creativity were two big themes we explored.

 

She also shared a bit about being raised in Israel, coming to the US to pursue her artistic career endeavors, some cultural differences, and how all of the different experiences have served her, even in difficult times.

 

Enjoy and share!

 

xo,

E

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/304

 

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

 

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