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Embodied with Elizabeth DiAlto

The EMBODIED Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto has been a top podcast in women’s self-help and spirituality since its debut in 2015. With over 330 episodes and 3 million downloads and counting, the name and the format may continue to shift and evolve over time, but what will always remain constant is a commitment to truth-telling and exploring the most real and relevant aspects of being fully human and fully divine in a world that is both volatile and miraculous.
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Now displaying: October, 2021
Oct 25, 2021

What does it really mean to have an inclusive business?

These days, it seems like the words diversity, inclusivity, and equity run together. But what do these words really mean for the people they affect most, and how can we create a work environment where they can truly thrive? 

In today’s episode, we’re talking with Ericka Hines of Every Level Leadership and Black Womxn Thriving.

Ericka has devoted her professional life to training foundations and businesses across the country on creating inclusive culture within their businesses. 

She teaches that everyone - from entry-level employees to CEOs - has the power to make an impact, even if that impact is only in their own mindset.

More recently, Ericka has been working on Black Womxn Thriving, a research project designed to help understand how Black womxn exist in workplaces that often undervalue them. In doing this research, Ericka and the team aim to discover how businesses can best create workplaces where Black womxn can thrive, both professionally and personally.

Join me in today’s episode as we discuss the emotional labor of social justice work, how to steer clear of performative activism, making the commitment to social change in your business, and why making mistakes is a necessary part of the growth process.

 

Listen to episode 365 now!

In episode 365 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

  • [6:08] Navigating conflicting emotions in life and in social justice work
  • [9:47] How to tell if your activism is performative and how to instead act with intention
  • [17:55] Reading between the lines to truly understand what people mean
  • [25:29] Committing to social change in your business and your work
  • [30:30] Diversity, equity, and inclusivity - what they really are and what matters most
  • [38:17] Practicing Every Level Leadership in your business
  • [46:22] Messing up, how to move past it, and how it can help you grow
  • [50:52] Making meaningful apologies and responding vs. reacting
  • [56:19] Ericka’s research through Black Women Thriving

For full show notes and resources, head to
https://untameyourself.com/podcasts/365

About the EMBODIED Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto 

Since 2013 I’ve been developing a body of work that helps women embody self love, healing and wholeness. We do this by focusing on the four levels of consciousness - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

In practical terms this looks like exploring tools and practices to help you  tune into the deep wisdom of the body and the knowing of the heart, which I believe are gateways to our souls. Then we cultivate a new relationship with our minds that allows the mind to serve this wisdom and knowing and soul connection, rather than override it, which is what many of us were taught.

If you’ve been doing self help or spiritual development work for a while, these are the types of foundational things that often people overlook in pursuit of fancier concepts that often aren’t practical or sustainable. Here, we will focus on building these strong foundations so you can honestly and thoroughly embody self love. If you’re feeling it, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. You can also keep up with show updates and community discussion on Instagram here.

Oct 18, 2021

Have you ever really engaged with yourself and figured out your truth?

It takes getting curious and asking yourself questions about your beliefs, judgments, behaviors and more. It takes getting to know your conditioning vs. your truth.

In today’s episode, we’re talking with repeat guest Andrea Owen, author of Make Some Noise.

Andrea shares the questions she invites her readers to ask in her new book and what it means to be someone who makes noise. It may not be what you think!

We also have a candid discussion about relationships and how difficult it can be when we are evolving and growing and our partner may not be in the same place. Andrea shares her own experience in her partnerships and how that has led to personal growth and evolution.

Join me in today’s episode as we discuss everything from handling differing opinions, how we’ve been conditioned for competition, women’s empowerment, why a willingness to be uncomfortable can be healing and so much more. 

Getting curious and having the hard conversations is how you begin to make some noise!

Listen to episode 364 now!

In episode 364 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

  • [7:59] How working on a memoir is shaping how Andrea perceives memories
  • [11:27] How to get curious about your conditioning vs. your truth
  • [14:21] How a difference of opinion is not gaslighting and how to tell the difference
  • [16:35] Why you need to stop allowing the brainwashing to make you small 
  • [17:57] Competition between women and why it manifests in various environments
  • [22:48] How competitiveness is nurture and we’ve been conditioned to believe that’s normal
  • [25:13] Money and power and how they are related to each other
  • [36:00] How women’s empowerment is an act of rebellion and making noise
  • [37:03] Being conscious of your reactions to people in similar work
  • [39:14] Making pleasure a priority in our lives and relationships
  • [52:08] Why communication and how we show up in conflict affects relationships
  • [56:31] How a willingness to be uncomfortable is a pathway to healing
  • [1:06:02] Personal evolution and how that affects relationships

For full show notes and resources, head to
https://untameyourself.com/podcasts/364

About the EMBODIED Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto 

Since 2013 I’ve been developing a body of work that helps women embody self love, healing and wholeness. We do this by focusing on the four levels of consciousness - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

In practical terms this looks like exploring tools and practices to help you  tune into the deep wisdom of the body and the knowing of the heart, which I believe are gateways to our souls. Then we cultivate a new relationship with our minds that allows the mind to serve this wisdom and knowing and soul connection, rather than override it, which is what many of us were taught.

If you’ve been doing self help or spiritual development work for a while, these are the types of foundational things that often people overlook in pursuit of fancier concepts that often aren’t practical or sustainable. Here, we will focus on building these strong foundations so you can honestly and thoroughly embody self love. If you’re feeling it, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. You can also keep up with show updates and community discussion on Instagram here.

Oct 11, 2021

How does being an equity-centered leader sound to you?

In this age there is a lot of talk (an therefore a lot of confusion!) about the relationship between DEI - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Anti-racism, Social Justice, Collective Liberation, how all of these things work together, and how to integrate them into your leadership. That's why it's important to have an experienced pro explain the nuances of what is behind people’s beliefs, their behaviors, and how social structures develop.

To enlighten us around all things equity-centered, we welcome returning guest Trudi Lebron. Trudi is a coach and consultant for people who want to step into their leadership potential by prioritizing equity. In this episode, Trudi reveals how leaders of all kinds can learn and use real antiracism practices as more than just a DEI statement.   We got into how businesses actually treat people while often marketing diversity as a branding move and how organizations need to put real work into assessing and confronting how they uphold oppressive systems.  

We also discuss how antiracism is a collection of behaviors, policies, and self-reflection.  It’s hard, it’s healing, and it’s the only way to move forward. 

Listen to episode 363 now!

In episode 363 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

  • [7:15] One must be tuned into the social climate around imbalance of power and exploitation of people with marginalized identities.
  • [20:00] Elizabeth and Trudi discuss callouts, policing, and interrogating yourself.
  • [22:30] Where keeping it real goes wrong. 
  • [26:00] People exploring their real-life biases with discussion and practice. 
  • [28:45] On using shame as a teaching tool. 
  • [45:30] How to identify one’s privilege and how to leverage it instead of exploiting it.
  • [58:00] The real nature of accountability.  
  • [1:09:00] Equity as social evolution and the only way to run a sustainable operation.  

For full show notes and resources, head to
https://untameyourself.com/podcasts/363

About the EMBODIED Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto 

Since 2013 I’ve been developing a body of work that helps women embody self love, healing and wholeness. We do this by focusing on the four levels of consciousness - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

In practical terms this looks like exploring tools and practices to help you  tune into the deep wisdom of the body and the knowing of the heart, which I believe are gateways to our souls. Then we cultivate a new relationship with our minds that allows the mind to serve this wisdom and knowing and soul connection, rather than override it, which is what many of us were taught.

If you’ve been doing self help or spiritual development work for a while, these are the types of foundational things that often people overlook in pursuit of fancier concepts that often aren’t practical or sustainable. Here, we will focus on building these strong foundations so you can honestly and thoroughly embody self love. If you’re feeling it, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. You can also keep up with show updates and community discussion on Instagram here.

Oct 4, 2021

What if I told you there was a simple formula to cultivating love in your life?

I can guess your reaction! But while the formula we’re talking about today is simple to remember, it does require work to put into practice.

In today’s episode, we’re talking with Dr. Ezzie Spencer, creator of the re.love method.

Ezzie helps women walk through a proven process of healing as they face their blocks to love. Her work has been influenced by her experience as a human rights lawyer and her own struggle with a toxic relationship.

Ezzie isn’t promoting a quick fix. She helps her clients generate lasting change so that they can attract the right people into their lives.

If you’ve been around for a while, you know that dating is one of my life’s crucibles. I keep coming back to this issue, and it keeps shaping me, challenging me, and directing me onto new paths. I recorded this episode with Ezzie back in August, and her insights resonated with me so much that I immediately signed up for her program!

Join me in today’s episode as we discuss common roadblocks to love and how self-compassion, self-forgiveness, and gratitude can help you develop deeper, lasting relationships.

Listen to episode 362 now!

In episode 362 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

  • [5:21] How Ezzie developed the Luna Abundance program as a result of her work as a human rights lawyer
  • [9:30] How the re.love method was born out of Ezzie’s experience with a toxic relationship
  • [14:28] How the re.love method is designed and what the process is like.
  • [20:22] Why and how to move slowly in your healing journey
  • [27:30] The difference between allowing yourself to feel pain and holding onto it
  • [35:14] How Ezzie works with women to learn self-compassion and acceptance
  • [38:04] Common barriers to forgiveness and the key to forgiving ourselves and others
  • [41:50] How forcing gratitude at the wrong point in your healing can be harmful
  • [49:17] How genuine internal motivation can help you in your healing journey
  • [53:11] Ezzie’s answer to the common question: “Where are all the good men?”
  • [57:47] How Ezzie responds to people who suggest that they don’t need anyone

 

For full show notes and resources, head to
https://untameyourself.com/podcasts/362

About the EMBODIED Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto 

Since 2013 I’ve been developing a body of work that helps women embody self love, healing and wholeness. We do this by focusing on the four levels of consciousness - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

In practical terms this looks like exploring tools and practices to help you  tune into the deep wisdom of the body and the knowing of the heart, which I believe are gateways to our souls. Then we cultivate a new relationship with our minds that allows the mind to serve this wisdom and knowing and soul connection, rather than override it, which is what many of us were taught.

If you’ve been doing self help or spiritual development work for a while, these are the types of foundational things that often people overlook in pursuit of fancier concepts that often aren’t practical or sustainable. Here, we will focus on building these strong foundations so you can honestly and thoroughly embody self love. If you’re feeling it, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. You can also keep up with show updates and community discussion on Instagram here.

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