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Embodied with Elizabeth DiAlto

Ranked in the top .5% of podcasts worldwide, the Embodied Podcast has been a trusted resource for nuanced, grounded, and inclusive wisdom for collective healing, joy, and liberation since 2015. Tap into your true purpose and power with Host Elizabeth DiAlto as she brings you the realness, always, with curiosity, humor, and her signature blend of fierce and mystical love. @elizabethdialto // www.untameyourself.com/podcast
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Now displaying: February, 2023
Feb 27, 2023

In the Wild Soul Sacred Body Membership, I host monthly community Q&A calls to go deeper on themes of self love, healing, wholeness, and liberation. To give you an idea of what it’s like to be on those calls, I asked for questions on Instagram and pulled out the top three submissions: 

  1. How can I navigate injury, illness, chronic pain, or the changes in my body as I age?

  2. How can I heal from my anxious attachment style?

  3. How can I start feeling my feelings when I’ve avoided doing so for a long time? 

As I work through these topics, I Iook back on a range of personal and professional experiences and offer up resources that my clients and students find to be useful. I also share what you can expect from the membership, including access to workshops and meditations that explore each of these questions in a richer, more nuanced way.   

In episode 417 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(5:06) My life as a relatively able-bodied person who has dealt with invisible injuries 

(6:51) Why inclusivity around the topic of bodies and illnesses is so important to me

(10:31) Discovering invitations for deeper liberation, embodiment, acceptance, and self love 

(13:23) Approaching your body from a place of acceptance instead of resistance 

(20:05) What has helped me get to the root of my anxious responses or reactions

(24:00) Being unavailable for avoidant behavior and setting boundaries around that 

(28:20) Practices that can help get you out of your head and into your body 

(33:02) Different embodiment and movement classes we offer for Wild Soul Sacred Body members 

 

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Quotes from this Week’s Episode of the Embodied Podcast: 

  • Whether it's injury, illness, body pain, weight gain, weight loss, or various conditions and disorders, I look at all of it as invitations for deeper liberation, embodiment, acceptance, respect, and love for the self.

  • Acceptance is not approval. You can accept something and have immense compassion for it, and also want to change it.

  • As you get in your senses you can notice patterns.

  • Doing practices that don’t require you to mentally process feelings and emotions helps to resensitize you. 

  • Terri Cole has these three questions, which are: Who does this remind me of? When have I felt this way before? And why does this feel familiar? Those three questions get to the root of what's going on. 

  • I didn't deny myself a friggin’ thing because I gained weight. There are a lot of people who withhold and deny themselves things and experiences because they don't feel comfortable or confident in how they look. I refuse to do that.

 

Feb 20, 2023

I’ve been engaging in conversations around liberation in business for the REAL Uplevel Interview Series, and it’s been illuminating the consistent incongruences in the coaching, wellness, and healing industries. 

There are very real consequences when people with any kind of authority in these spaces view vast and global topics through their own micro-experiences. In this episode, I break down what some of those outcomes are, including upholding systems of supremacy and oppression and engaging in manipulative sales tactics.

Join me as I break down my creation process for this series and share what topics we’ll be exploring with my guest speakers. 

 

In episode 416 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:33) Updates about the REAL Uplevel Interview Series: who you’ll hear from and what we discuss 

(7:29) How I plan to create the container and the agreements for this series  

(9:13) Concepts and quotes that really stood out for me from Alok Vaid-Menon's episode on The Man Enough Podcast 

(14:08) A big area that I'm learning more about right now

(19:19) Alok’s deeper perspective on self-love

(23:45) Overlapping themes I’ve noticed in my interviews for the series 

(26:32) My experience of the ‘integrity effect’ as a coach 

(30:57) What inspired me to finally create this series

(35:15) Practicing humility 

(38:54) One of the most expansive parts of the series so far 

 

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Feb 13, 2023

Since recording episode 399 where I introduced my ‘Sacred Slut Summer’ experiment, I’ve discovered that I'm loving the intimacy, connection, and companionship that's available in the solo polyamorous lifestyle. 

 

From my early 20s to early 30s, I was essentially a serial monogamist. After taking about a year and a half to deeply reconnect with myself and heal after my last long-term partnership, I realized that I love dating, but not necessarily with the intention of merging my life with someone else’s.

 

In this episode, I describe how nourishing it’s been to create what I call a “constellation of companions” and highlight what I’m currently navigating. Whether you're interested in this lifestyle or not, I hope you hear something that resonates or sparks curiosity about where you can invite more joy into your life. 

 

In episode 415 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:55) Recapping my ‘Sacred Slut Summer’ experiment

(4:30) Getting back into dating in 2018 

(7:51) Defense mechanisms that I’m noticing on social media and IRL 

(16:13) Realizing what I actually enjoy about relationships: sex, affection, intimacy, companionship, being able to do fun things, and also having different energy in my life 

(23:13) What no one tells women in their 30s and 40s about pleasure and intimacy 

(24:54) What I'm loving about this lifestyle 

(29:26) The biggest thing that I'm still navigating

(33:23) Staying open and available for what’s out there 

(35:04) A humbling epiphany I had recently 

(37:34) What you can expect from our upcoming workshop 

 

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Feb 6, 2023

Continuing with the theme of liberatory practices, one of the most potent places to free yourself is within your relationships. When it comes to the people in your personal, familial, romantic, and professional circles, it’s important to check in with how they’re either nourishing or depleting you. 

In this episode, I’m sharing how I’ve determined which relationships are worth it for me and which ones aren't at the moment. I also touch on strategies that have been helpful for maintaining and/or deepening the connections I want to keep in my life, and explore some thoughts on letting go of ones that no longer serve me. 

 

In episode 414 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:58) Details about my upcoming workshop, The Relationship Inventory 

(4:16) Unpacking some internet rhetoric around ghosting

(8:19) My practice for sending love to someone when I feel like I’m spending a lot of emotional energy on them

(11:46) How accepting people for who they are has softened my heart and my hard edges

(13:55) Dealing with situations where you just don't like or vibe with someone that other people that you like and respect do

(16:15) Getting clear on your negotiables and non-negotiables in a relationship 

(17:50) The groups of people that I’m no longer giving time and energy to the way that I used to, and why 

(26:24) Examples of friendships that I’ve learned to step away from 

(32:48) My experience with deepening family connections and upholding boundaries 

(34:59) Knowing and honoring the scope of my professional practice

(38:18) Discovering what you need out of your romantic relationships

 

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