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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: May, 2023
May 29, 2023

Something I’ve been diligent about as I approach 40 is taking stock of where I give people way too much access to me. One of the main places I see it happening is on social media. I’ve also been reflecting on how distractions have impacted my life, especially through the lens of my neurodivergence. 

These two inquiries, coupled with conversations I’m having with people in my community and books I’ve been reading about ADHD, attention, and focus have led me to an experiment: I’m logging out of Instagram and Facebook for the summer, with big curiosity around whether this should eventually be a forever thing. Join me on this episode as I expand on what factored into this decision and what I’ve been noticing as I start to taper off from those platforms. 

In episode 426 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(0:41) Announcements and updates about the show 

(3:20) My journey with being diagnosed with ADHD as an adult 

(7:30) The details of my social media experiment 

(10:34) Why I’m a huge advocate for letting yourself feel the full range of human emotions

(16:00) The consequences of endless and unmitigated commentary on social media 

(20:14) Noticing how unintentional multitasking affects my energy and focus 

(25:22) My plans for the free Wild Soul Community on Mighty Networks 

(28:17) Reflecting on how I allow people to consume the content that I put out there 

(32:33) What I’ve been noticing about my life as I cut back the content overload 

 

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May 22, 2023

While we can all always aim to be kind, loving, compassionate, really conscious and courageous communicators, sometimes our less evolved parts do come out. I recently made some relationship decisions, and they brought up a lot for me around emotional maturity and intelligence. In this episode, I’m unpacking the nuanced considerations and analysis that I’ve been going through around engaging with people and building intimacy and connection.

As always, I share my stories not because I believe my experience is universal and I handle everything perfectly, but because I know some of you will relate to parts, if not all, of these experiences and I hope that they are useful in your own reflection and development, too. 

In episode 425 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:04) What the Wild Soul Sacred Body Membership is and who it’s for 

(4:23) A decision I made last week that used up all of my bandwidth for emotional intelligence and maturity

(6:17) Learning the lesson of being careful about who you confide in 

(8:30) My thoughts on unsolicited advice 

(12:29) The distinction between being evolved and mature 

(14:42) Feeling cathartic after speaking honestly with certain people in my life 

(18:22) Why I don’t necessarily agree with the concept of ‘if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all’ 

 

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May 15, 2023

Today we’ve got Asha Ramakrishna and Aycee Brown, co-authors of Your Soul Map: Liberation, Human Design, and the BIPOC Experience on the show chatting about Human Design and how this framework shows up for BIPOC folks. 

 

In our conversation, Asha and Aycee get into how spiritual tools can help us gain a better understanding of human behavior instead of being used as a crutch to bypass responsibility. They highlight how Human Design is a story that we get to evolve and make peace with, while also recognizing the different experiences that Black and Brown people have when they engage in this modality. Asha and Aycee also elaborate on the parts that make up Human Design, including astrology, quantum mechanics, Hindu yogic philosophy, Chinese I Ching teachings, and Judaic Kabbalah. 

 

In episode 424 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(2:38) What you can expect from the Wild Soul Sacred Body membership

(6:21) Seasonal shifts that we’re going through right now

(10:54) Asha and Aycee’s favorite parts of Your Soul Map

(17:44) How Human Design informs Asha and Aycee’s relationships with themselves and others 

(27:40) Human Design as a tool to navigate the world, particularly for the BIPOC community 

(34:48) How Asha and Aycee define the Human Design gates 

(42:49) Recognizing why you slow down or speed up 

(50:26) How Aycee and Asha like to learn and teach about Human Design 

(55:10) Using Human Design in the workplace

 

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May 8, 2023

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

 

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May 1, 2023

This week I’m joined by Shereen Sun, an artist, author, and acclaimed mentor who specializes in creativity and self-actualization. In our conversation, Shereen describes how creativity can be used as a powerful tool for healing and stepping into your innate power. 

We discuss ways to make time for art – whether it’s painting, drawing, singing, dancing, or whatever else helps you express yourself – and the ripple effect that those outlets have on how you show up in the world. Plus, Shereen gives us a peek inside their recently released book, Radiant Wildheart, and shares what they hope readers will take away from it. 

In episode 422 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(6:53) Shereen’s journey to feeling comfortable identifying as an artist 

(10:47) How to break through the fear of being seen in your creative expression

(17:17) Healing your experience of failure through a creative practice 

(22:18) Art as a form of self-empowerment 

(32:45) Shereen’s response to people who say they don’t have time for a creative practice 

(37:22) Where the name ‘Radiant Wildheart’ comes from 

 

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